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1  Before we start, please brainstorm:  Think of the tasks your students do that require use of computers and the Internet

2 Being Resourceful in the Digital Age Amanda Ehlers & Jen Vanek

3 1. Understand Grappling's Technology Skills Spectrum and begin thinking about how definitions of skills apply to their program and learners 2. Become familiar with different ways they can bring digital education to their learners 3. Practice using some online digital education tools

4  Introductions  Brainstorming activity  Definition of Grappling’s Reading to learn/learning to read metaphor  Definition of DEL  DEL in terms of Grappling’s Model  Hands on practice to try out different tools  Play with websites  Access to PPTs/guides used for workshops  Questions/wrap up

5  Name  Where you teach/work  One word to describe your work with technology in the classroom

6 Take a few more minutes to write down tasks your students do that require use of computers and the Internet Please put post-it notes on the appropriate paper. Feel free to guess!!  “Technology Literacy Uses”  “Adapting Uses”  “Transforming Uses”

7 “Technology Literacy Uses”  Direct instruction of a tech skill. Purpose is to teach that particular skill. “Adapting Uses”  Controlled opportunity to apply/practice a tech skill “Transforming Uses”  Opportunities for learners to choose & creatively apply/use tech skills

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9  Learner Web: Computer Skills  One-on-One tutor help  Class Shares  Workshop  Distance Learning Support Lab  Summer mini-workshop lessons ( , Google docs, MS Word, Job Search, MS Excel)

10 Technology Literacy Uses  General one-to-one tutoring  Keyboarding  Beginners workshops/lessons

11 Adapting Uses  Exercises to practice different commands or tasks in Word  Copy & paste, highlight & delete, etc within the context of writing a thank you note  Assignments on Google Docs  Repetition with clicks required to use Google docs  Online mouse-ing games  Online keyboarding lessons and games

12 Transforming Uses  Students start Distance Learning programs, after computer practice  Students ask and seek answers to their own “how to” questions  Students develop visuals through technology to assist in public speaking practice  Students use job search and application tools independently

13 Check out some of the resources we use in our Digital Education Lab  DEL workshops and lessons  Computer skills links  Distance Learning: LearnerWeb - USA Learns -

14 Understand Grappling's Technology Skills Spectrum and begin thinking about how definitions of skills apply to their program and learners Become familiar with different ways they can bring digital education to their learners Practice using some online digital education tools

15  Any questions? Amanda Ehlers, CTEP-AmeriCorps Jen Vanek, Educational Consultant to DEED, MDE and MLC

16 Porter, B.J. (2004). Grappling’s Technology & Learning Spectrum. Retrieved from


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