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1 MTT Review Assessment Caroline Burdett Jeremy Donalson Nancy Nichols

2 MTT Standard Standard III: The Master Technology Teacher applies knowledge of digital learning competencies including Internet research, graphics, animation, Web site mastering, and video technology. Competency 3.26s: MTT teacher will apply a variety of electronic communications tool appropriately

3 Assessment Instructions Answer Choices - RW CD - Technological Cog - iPhone - Computer Chip Standard Menu - Question Menu Menu

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5 Question 1 Which of the following is NOT a reason to use PowerPoint presentations in the classroom: PowerPoint addresses multiple intelligences When students share ideas and learning with PowerPoint, they are more interested in a quality product It can be used as an interactive tool It is so difficult to use that students are happy to figure it out. Menu

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9 PowerPoint addresses multiple intelligences through its use of audio, video, tactile and motor skill sets. Students also are take more pride in the work they do on their own and on personal presentations to the class. PowerPoints are also great to use as an interactive tool where students can create nonlinear presentations that can allow active learning. For more information on PowerPoint presentations please go to: pt/ppt102.html Menu

10 Question 2 Which of the following is NOT a creative presentation idea: Field trip slide show Displaying facts that you will read off the screen Interactive book reports Student portfolios Menu

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12 While many teachers choose to just lecture straight off their notes they present on the board, PowerPoint has so much more to offer with interactive presentations and students reports. PowerPoint is so easy to use that it is great for the students to take control of their learning. For more information on great ideas for PowerPoint presentations please go to: pptclass.htm pptclass.htm Menu

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15 Question 3 Which of the following is a positive use for texting in class: For students use in group projects For student communication of the daily dish To communicate emergency notices Both A and C Menu

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19 Students can easily and quickly relay information through their phones with text messaging. Encourage students who have cell phones to exchange numbers to relay important information. It is also good to have text messaging available for parent communication with a fire alarm or drill to let them know if they need to come to the school immediately. For more information on great ideas for texting in the classroom, please go to: classroom/7836/ Menu

20 Question 4 Which of the following is a characteristic of an effective multimedia presentation: It drowns the audience with facts Making eye contact Count on the computers to always work flawlessly Title your slides Menu

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22 When giving presentations, it is very effective for teachers to make eye contact with students and not read off the board. Make sure to mix up the presentation so students will not be overwhelmed with information. It is also a good idea to not title your slides, but to use them as an introduction to the slide. Always make sure you have a backup plan as well in case there is computer failure. For more information on presentation etiquette, please go to: ntations/ ntations/ Menu

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25 Question 5 Which of the following are types of brochures: Informational Persuasive How-to All thee above Menu

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29 Teachers can use brochures for many different activities and projects for their students in class. They can have them make informational brochures that give facts about a certain state or region, “how to” brochures on how to use a program on the computer, or persuasive in trying to recreate a marketing tool for bringing settlers to the United States. For more information on great ideas for using brochures in class, please go to: 8.com/archives/how_to/how_tocreate_exciting_bro chures.html Menu

30 Question 6 For effective and appropriate electronic communication with students, teachers should... Keep their language formal Keep all communication confined to class and/or assignment topics Maintain appropriate teacher-student boundaries All of the above

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34 Teachers should remain professional at all times when communicating with students electronically. Remember, don’t say anything online that you would not say in front of their parents. Keep communication open and formal. For more great tips on electronic communication with students, please visit the following site: mentorship.suite101.com/article.cfm/teacher-tips- for-electronic-communication-with-students mentorship.suite101.com/article.cfm/teacher-tips- for-electronic-communication-with-students Menu

35 Question 7 When communicating electronically, the direction of communication and/or discussion can be categorized as… Teacher to student(s) Student(s) to student(s) Student(s) to content All of the above

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39 The direction of communication online refers to who originates the communication and who receives the communication. Therefore, students and teachers will have multiple avenues of communication. For more information on directional communication, please go to: (see paragraph under Figure 11-1) Menu

40 Question 8 True or False? Asynchronous learning is characterized as the interaction between teacher and students, all in multiple locations and all at the same time. True False

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42 Synchronous learning is characterized by the interaction between a teacher and students, all in multiple locations and all at the same time. Asynchronous learning is characterized by the interaction between teacher and students, all in multiple locations, but at different times. For more information on different learning styles, please go to: /p/LearningTypes.htm /p/LearningTypes.htm Menu

43 Question 9 Some guidelines and expectations for online learning behavior that a teacher should establish include… Expectations for student participation Expectations for online etiquette Expectations for online discussion All of the above

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47 In regard to synchronous learning, it is especially important to establish your expectations for student participation and active learning behavior, as well as to address guidelines for appropriate online etiquette. In regard to asynchronous learning, it is also important to establish your expectations for online etiquette. Additionally, set and make clear your expectations for online discussion, and continually monitor students’ contributions to the topic or question. For more information on the best teaching practices, please go to: pdf pdf Menu

48 Question 10 Group chats, webinars, and video conferencing are appropriate electronic communication for what type of online learning? Asynchronous learning Synchronous learning

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50 Group chats, webinars, and video conferencing are tools that provide for synchronized interaction between teacher and students in multiple locations. All participants can access these electronic tools at the same time. For more information on learning types and more interactive web tools, please visit: /p/LearningTypes.htm /p/LearningTypes.htm Menu

51 Question 11 You have a small budget, but need some way to utilize student involvement in your “check for understanding.” Which of the following would be the best application? Mouse Mischief Web design activities Crossword puzzles All of the above

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55 In regard to synchronous learning, it is especially important to establish your expectations for student participation and active learning behavior, as well as to address guidelines for appropriate online etiquette. In regard to asynchronous learning, it is also important to establish your expectations for online etiquette. Additionally, set and make clear your expectations for online discussion, and continually monitor students’ contributions to the topic or question. For more information on the best teaching practices, please go to: pdf pdf Menu

56 Question 12 During your lesson on probability, you have you would like your students to graph their results to help them learn how probability is relational to results. What online graphing tool could your students use for this assignment? Ms. Galgano predesigned templates with ideas on teaching and graphing using probability Google Docs Have the students learn Excel None of the above

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60 A great website for using templates has been created and shared by a teacher named Shari Galgano Ms. Galgano has created a wealth of templates with ideas on teaching and graphing using probability. Templates may also made in Google docs but Ms. Galgano has done much of the work already. Once you get in to her website, you can peruse many ideas she has worked on in a variety of grade levels. These can be done interactively online. She has made a difficult task much more manageable by using technology to its intended purpose. Menu

61 Question 13 You have a struggling student in your class who seems to forget their notes a lot because they spend time at both their mom and dad’s house. What would be a solution to their disappearing note-taking ? Investing in a copy machine Google Docs Have the teacher keep their notes None of the above

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65 Google docs is a great website for parents and students to actively engage is making online practice pages, flash cards, and other interactive programs to check their understanding of a given subject and study as well. Google docs has a great spreadsheet capability that is very user friendly as well as a flash card component. There are tutorials for anyone wishing to use the products. More tutorials may be found on YouTube as well. Google docs even has a power point component that students could use to make study tools to share with classmates. For more information on Google Docs, please go to: The Official Google Docs Blog The Official Google Docs Blog Menu

66 Question 14 Your school has just gone to Mac Books and you attended the school’s idea of teacher training. You just don’t feel confident and you are expected to be totally proficient on it when school begins in just a few days. You already have assignments that need to be done on this new system. What would be the most appropriate avenue for you to take? Go to the Apple store in the mall and pay $ for lessons. Call your old friend in Louisiana that has a Mac and try over the phone crash tutorials. Go to a web based teaching module and get great at home tutorials. Watch “YouTube” tutorials on “Using your Mac Book” even though they are fast and assume you have more knowledge than you actually do!

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70 Going to the Apple store is expensive and time consuming. You would totally annoy your friend!! YouTube is great but they move terrible fast and you need more time and in depth direction. The best option would be to go to and use their self-paced training. It is comprehensive, makes little assumptions of knowledge or skill level, and you can do them at home in your sweats sitting on the couch!!! It doesn’t get any easier than that Menu

71 Question 15 Totally frustrated over a parent’s claim that you are NOT using that expensive technology that they helped pay for, you are determined to have a homework assignment that assesses interactively using that EXPENSIVE technology. But where do you look for some ideas for interactive assessment? Remember your plans are due in two days so your time is short!! Is there a website that has some already done that you could modify? What is your best option? Your best option is to go to the computer teacher and hope she can help you before your plans are due. How about using a web based site that has some assessments already made that you could probably modify to what you are studying. Your best option is to make a research assignment that requires that parent to work with the child themselves to better understand how difficult the task really becomes. Ignore the parent and just keep doing things the way you always have. You haven’t had problems before now with your curriculum. If it isn’t broken, don’t fix it.

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75 Get on that web and we have just the spot to help you. essment_practice_test_preparation_interactive_3rd_third_grade. htm This site covers every grade level, every subject. The link above goes to third grade just to give you a peek but you can go to their home page under assessment assistance and find a great hotlist of websites to help you plan something spectacular! Happy assessment hunting! By the way, ignoring that parent could cause a wildfire of complaints. Better to beat your own drum more loudly with just what they have asked for and then some. Menu


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