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1 Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works Dr. Jennifer Parker-Moore Janice Harding Macomb Intermediate School District Day 3

2 Good Morning! Welcome to Day 3! Please set up your laptop Download Google Chrome Load Load the Google Doc backchannel from our previous strategies – review and update/add any tools you missed Be ready to share one story about how you used what you learned from our previous 2 days together

3 Think/Pair/Share Salsa Lineup Share one story about how you used what you learned from our previous 2 days together Share the good, the bad, and the ugly

4 Back Channel & Review Review the Back Channel Obtain your assignment for a T/P/S Share out tools and uses to support the category

5 Day 3 Agenda Overview Q & A Content Overview Framework for Instructional Planning Helping Students Extend and Apply Knowledge Identifying Similarities and Differences Generating and Testing Hypotheses Review

6 Key Working Agreements Respect confidentiality Share airtime Keep sidebars to a minimum Respect start, breaks, and end times If it rings, dings, or sings – put it on vibrate or silent

7 Learning Objectives Day Three By the end of the learning session, we will: Know the categories of strategies that comprise the component of Helping Students Extend and Apply Knowledge, Understand the classroom recommendations for each of the strategies, Make connections between and among the strategies, and the technology tools that support them Transfer the learning into specific changes in your pedagogy that you will apply in the next two weeks.

8 Identifying Similarities & Differences Based on materials found in the text, “Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works” and 21things4teachers.net

9 Framework for Instructional Planning Setting Objectives and Providing Feedback Reinforcing Effort and Providing Recognition Cues, Questions, and Advance Organizers Cooperative Learning Nonlinguistic Representations Summarizing & Note- taking Assigning Homework & Practice Identifying Similarities & Differences

10 Identifying Similarities and Differences Comparing, classifying, creating metaphors, creating analogies Ex: Venn Diagrams, word and picture sorts, visual tools or web formats, online interactive games

11 Best Practice: Identifying Similarities & Differences Teach a VARIETY of ways to identifyGuide students in PROCESSProvide SUPPORTING CUES

12 Teacher Directed Notes Complete the TDN for this strategy after reviewing pages Brainstorm in the workspace a technology tool and lesson idea to support Compare, Classify, Metaphors, and Analogies Think/Pair/Share the answers

13 Identifying Similarities and Differences Compare Classify Metaphors Analogies Good teachers: Teach ways to identify similarities and differences Guide students in the process Provide cues Source: Classroom Instruction that Works, 2 nd ed.

14 Tech Tools for these Strategies Identifying Similarities & Differences Word processing applications Organizing and Brainstorming software Data Collection and Analysis Database and Reference resources UT-CITW, 2 nd ed., pg ; Chapter 8 ( ).

15 Visual Organizer Tools

16 Hands-On: Using Gliffy for “Comparing” Comparing the characteristics that are unique and shared Create a Venn Diagram using Gliffy

17 Using Charting/Graphing Tools to “Compare” Data/Trends Graphs and Formulas Column Comparisons Plotting Points Trends for Multiple Years

18 Word Processing Tools

19 Hands-On: Using Word Processing for “Classifying” Create a table for arrangement by class or category Word or Google Docs Tables, Flowcharts, Smart Art, Images SportEquipmentSeasonImage BasketballBall, court shoes, net, hoop, court Winter GolfClubs, spike shoes, tees, markers Spring, Summer

20 Hands-On: Using Images and Shapes for “Analogies” A comparison of two things based on their structure or similarity A is to B as C is to D Clipart, Images, and Shapes Hot is to Cold as Night is to _______

21 Hands-On: Using Thinkfinity for “Metaphors” Comparing a situation to a real thing For Example: Drowning in a sea of grief Feeling blue Broken hearted Locate Metaphor worksheets and activities using Thinkfinity

22 For more Information about these strategies… Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works, 2 nd ed., 2012.

23 Reflecting on Practice Teacher Directed Notes Individually complete the section for this area of best practice. Be prepared to share one of your thoughts with the group.

24 Today’s Learning Objectives Know the categories, strategies, and technology tools that support best practice using the “Classroom Instruction That Works” framework (aka Marzano 9) Understand the classroom recommendations and integration for these strategies Make connections between the strategies and technology tools Transfer the learning into classroom instruction to improve student engagement, achievement, and technology proficiency

25 Generating & Testing Hypotheses Based on materials found in the text, “Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works” and 21things4teachers.net

26 Framework for Instructional Planning Setting Objectives and Providing Feedback Reinforcing Effort and Providing Recognition Cues, Questions, and Advance Organizers Cooperative Learning Nonlinguistic Representations Summarizing & Note- taking Assigning Homework & Practice Generating & Testing Hypotheses Identifying Similarities & Differences

27 Generating and Testing Hypothesis System analysis, problem solving, decision making, historical investigation, experimental inquiry and invention Ex: Researching, reference tools and citations, graphic organizers, content area tools, inter-actives

28 Generating and Testing Hypothesis Systems analysis – Analyze how parts interact Problem solving – Overcoming obstacles to meet goals Investigation – Explore an area where there is confusion or contradiction Experimental inquiry – Generating or testing explanations Source: Classroom Instruction that Works, 2 nd ed. Participants will be researching new technology and best practice.

29 Best Practice: Generating & Testing Hypothesis STRUCTURED tasks EXPLAIN hypotheses, predictions, conclusions

30 Teacher Directed Notes Complete the TDN for this strategy after exploring Interactive Learning tools. Locate an interactive example and lesson plan idea for Systems Analysis, Problem Solving, Experimental Inquiry, and Investigation Create a classroom example Think/Pair/Share the answers

31 Tech Tools for these Strategies Generating & Testing Hypotheses Organizing and Brainstorming software Data Collection and Analysis Instructional Interactives UT-CITW, 2 nd ed., pg ; Chapter 9 ( ).

32 Systems Analysis How the parts of the system work together

33 Problem Solving Process of overcoming barriers to reach goals

34 Experimental Inquiry Developing and testing possible explanations of observations

35 Investigation Looking into alternatives or justification in the way we handle a process, protocol, or idea

36 Other Sample Activities Mind mapping and flowcharting Digital narratives using primary sources Budgeting and Personal Finance Data collection to establish trends Digital Citizenship and Critical Evaluation

37 Hands-On: Primary Access Create a login on Primary Access Explore the four categories of resources available within the site Create a digital story using primary resources Share with your table partner

38 Hands-On: Gooru Free Search Engine for Learning Millions of resources for 5th-12th grade science, math and social science courses at our fingertips.

39 For more Information about these strategies… Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works, 2 nd ed., 2012.

40 Reflecting on Practice Teacher Directed Notes Individually complete the section for this area of best practice. Be prepared to share one of your thoughts with the group.

41 Theory Into Practice Create 2-3 goals for integrating technology into best practice instruction based on this course. – Short Term – Long Term Complete the follow up survey Stow equipment and materials Thank you for coming!


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