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1 Hands On, Minds On: Hands On, Minds On: Increasing Student Engagement If you have an electronic device, please complete the following SHORT, five question survey (via Google Forms) before the presentation starts. Thanks!

2 Hands On, Minds On: Hands On, Minds On: Using Technology to Increase Student Engagement Erica R. Hamilton Michigan State University

3 “Magic” Squares & Rectangles no magic fairy dust There is no magic fairy dust in a computer, tablet, projector, clicker, Smartphone, or Smart board that “magically” helps a teacher teach or a student learn in face to face, blended, or online classes.

4 Educators’ Responsibilities thoughtfully purposing technology Educators are responsible to design (i.e. give purpose), plan, and implement lessons using technology. However, if teachers do not know or understand ways of thoughtfully purposing technology, then technology remains under or unused.

5 SCOT Theory (social construction of technology) Technology’s purpose comes from people and the way they use technology, rather than the technology itself It is people who give meanings and purposes to tools and technology

6 TPACK (Koehler and Mishra, 2008) A theory that provides a framework for re- purposing technology Identifies particular funds of knowledge teachers use to design and integrate lessons with technology Technological Knowledge Technological Knowledge Pedagogical Knowledge Pedagogical Knowledge Content Knowledge Content Knowledge

7 UDL: Universal Design for Learning Set of principles for curriculum development that gives all individuals equal opportunities to learn Provides a blueprint for creating flexible goals, methods, materials, and assessments that accommodate learner differences

8 Lower Order Thinking Skills Higher Order Thinking Skills *Special thanks to Hixon, Buckenmeyer, & Freitas - AECT 2009 for content related to Bloom’s Taxonomy

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10 Knowledge Compre- hension Application Analysis Evaluation Synthesis

11 Knowledge Compre- hension Application Analysis Evaluation Synthesis Explain Relate Describe Explain Paraphrase Confirm Convert Match Infer Discuss Estimate Predict Apply Modify Build Construct Solve Report Sketch Produce Analyze Sort Categorize Compare Investigate Compare Debate Differentiate Examine Combine Design Invent Originate Compose Generate Plan Devise Hypotehsize Formulate Revise Solve Critique Criticize Appraise Assess Conclude Justify Judge Draw Identify Locate Label Select Outline Write List Name State Record Repeat

12 Knowledge Compre- hension Application Analysis Evaluation Synthesis Explain Relate Describe Explain Paraphrase Confirm Convert Match Infer Discuss Estimate Predict Apply Modify Build Construct Solve Report Sketch Produce Analyze Sort Categorize Compare Investigate Compare Debate Differentiate Examine Combine Design Invent Originate Compose Generate Plan Devise Hypotehsize Formulate Revise Solve Critique Criticize Appraise Assess Conclude Justify Judge Draw Identify Locate Label Select Outline Write List Name State Record Repeat Analogy Graph Speech Collage Drama Poster Story Summary Outline Tape Recording Photograph Cartoon Diagram Sculpture Photograph Forecast Illustration List Project Puzzle Cartoon Filmstrip Survey Syllogism Model Conclusion Graph Argument Broken down Questionnaire Report Poem Play Invention Game Article Cartoon Book Set of rules, or standards Experiment Report Song Story Editorial Conclusion Valuing Self- evaluation Group discussion Recommend- ation Court trial Survey People Events Recordings Dictionary Television shows Definition Text reading Magazine articles Let’s add technology!

13 Knowledge Compre- hension Application Analysis Evaluation Synthesis Explain Relate Describe Explain Paraphrase Confirm Convert Match Infer Discuss Estimate Predict Apply Modify Build Construct Solve Report Sketch Produce Analyze Sort Categorize Compare Investigate Compare Debate Differentiate Examine Combine Design Invent Originate Compose Generate Plan Devise Hypotehsize Formulate Revise Solve Critique Criticize Appraise Assess Conclude Justify Judge Draw Identify Locate Label Select Outline Write List Name State Record Repeat Analogy Graph Speech Collage Drama Poster Story Summary Outline Tape Recording Photograph Cartoon Diagram Sculpture Photograph Forecast Illustration List Project Puzzle Cartoon Filmstrip Survey Syllogism Model Conclusion Graph Argument Broken down Questionnaire Report Poem Play Invention Game Article Cartoon Book Set of rules, or standards Experiment Report Song Story Editorial Conclusion Valuing Self- evaluation Group discussion Recommend- ation Court trial Survey People Events Recordings Dictionary Television shows Definition Text reading Magazine articles Online Flashcards Online Cross- words Online Puzzles Book- marking Social Book- marking Podcasts Concept maps Blogging Tagging Outlining tools Blogging Drawing tools Power- Point Simula- tions Survey tools Concept maps Databases Graphing programs Video editing tools Digital Storytelling Blogging Wikis Modeling tools Multimedia Production tools Online Debate Confer- encing tools Discussion forums Reviewing/ Rating tools Spread- sheets

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16 Google Sites & Forms Google Sites Google Sites Free, easy to use Web-based course management system Can be used to create course websites, electronic portfolios, etc. Google Forms – you used one at the beginning of this session Google Forms – you used one at the beginning of this session Free, easy to use Can be used for formative assessments Anonymous or identifiable Instant feedback, including visual graphs/charts Survey Monkey is another free online survey tool

17 Wikis – Course Management System

18 Wikispaces: Course Management System Free, easy to use User-friendly Online web-based asynchronous discussions Multiple pages, multiple media Public/private Instructor AND students contribute

19 Vodcasts

20 Vodcasts continued According to Shawn Banks (2010), vodcasting or video podcasting areShawn Banks video files that are “episodes” generally focused on a particular subject matter/theme Productions that include audio commentary or narration AND visual images/video Files that can be downloaded and reviewed at a later time on the user's computer or portable video device Projects created by faculty to communicate course content/ideas Videos created by students to demonstrate knowledge, skills, application of course content/ideas

21 Screen Capturing/Shots Screen Capturing Video(s): Using free screen capturing tools, you can Provide orientations to online course materials Record and share evaluations of students’ work Introduce new topics and ideas Screen Shots – Image(s): Using free screen shot tools, you can Share images of webpages and anything on your desktop Show students specific images without having them have to navigate to multiple sites Save images and share them as digital photographs

22 Padlet: Online “board” Free, online “bulletin board” Collaborative, collective commentary Individual, personal posts and sharing

23 Glogs: Interactive “posters” Glogster EDU Glogster EDU Free, online “poster” Introduction Share Ideas Share Learning Individual or collective Authentic audience Public OR private May include audio, video, text, and still images

24 Video Conferencing Join Me Google Hangouts Skype

25 Collaboration and Back Channeling VoiceThread Twitter Today’s Meet

26 VoiceThread

27 Cloud Storage/Sharing Files Dropbox Box Google Drive

28 Online Videos – FREE Resources Khan Academy Khan Academy (math/science focus) TED Talks TED Talks “Ideas Worth Spreading” (in 18 minutes or less) Various topics, some presented by kids TED Ed Talks TED Ed Talks – videos “intended for learners; they teach a lesson” (geared for HS and college audiences) Teaching Channel Teaching Channel Like YouTube, you can watch streaming videos (includes teaching ideas/methods that can be implemented in a classroom)

29 More Tools – FREE Resources Mind/concept mapping tools Mind/concept mapping tools Wordle Text2Mindmap Bubbl Showing Knowing Showing Knowing Prezi (“zooming” online presentations) Xtranormal (online animated movies about almost anything) Go!Animate (online animated videos)

30 Thank You! In 21 st Century learning environments, educators must thoughtfully and purposefully integrate technology so that technological integration promotes Hands On, Minds On teaching and learning.


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