Presentation on theme: "Mushroom Presented by Dawn Sells Management Mushroom Management Summary 1. Put them in the dark- The students identify a problem, and they are prepared."— Presentation transcript:
Mushroom Presented by Dawn Sells Management
Mushroom Management Summary 1. Put them in the dark- The students identify a problem, and they are prepared to solve it. 2. Feed them manure- The students begin to explore while the teacher creates a situation and helps guide the students to understand it.
Mushroom Management Summary continued 3. Stand back and watch them grow- After the information has been gathered the teacher guides the students to work in groups to present the knowledge they have gained. 4. Chop off their heads and ship them- the students present their work, create their own conclusions, and assess their own learning.
Applications of Mushroom Management in the Classroom Put them in the dark~ Teacher lets the students explore with various 3d geometric shapes. Feed them Manure~ teacher explains to the students the different names of the shapes, and explains that the students will work in groups to create a geometric city with the 3d shapes. Stand back and watch them grow~ students work in groups to create a geometric city using manipulatives. Chop off their heads and ship them~ using the paint program the students will duplicate their cities.
Reflection the mushroom management process is a useful metaphor in mapping out a lesson. this process can be universally used throughout various grades.
Applications of Mushroom Management in the Classroom Put them in the dark~ Trainer explains how to create a PowerPoint presentation to Trainees Feed them Manure~ Trainees follow along on their computers experiencing using PowerPoint tools Stand back and watch them grow~ Trainees create their own PowerPoint presentation Chop off their heads and ship them~ Trainees present their PowerPoint project
Reflection Educators in different disciplines work together to understand how important it is for today’s students to feel comfortable with technology and provide a good example for students by utilizing technology as a resource in the classroom.
References “A Collaborative, Problem-Centered Approach to Learning about Technology Using Technology” (http://webct.nau.edu/1047_NAU00_ETC_547_8 01_5559/mushroom.htm)http://webct.nau.edu/1047_NAU00_ETC_547_8 01_5559/mushroom.htm