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1 They Are Never Too Young To Learn Jennifer Wagner

2 Resources What Every Teacher Should Know About Technology -- Bernie PooleWhat Every Teacher Should Know About Technology Blogging, It's Elementary, My Dear Watson -- Lorrie JacksonBlogging, It's Elementary, My Dear Watson Tech-ing Wisely in the K-2 Classroom -- Tech Team Education WorldTech-ing Wisely in the K-2 Classroom Using Technology as a Learning Tool, Not Just the Cool New Thing – Ben McNeelyUsing Technology as a Learning Tool, Not Just the Cool New Thing Math Instruction Can Be Enhanced by the Techie Teacher -- Marilyn WesternMath Instruction Can Be Enhanced by the Techie Teacher Literacy Technology in the Elementary Classroom -- Ira SocolLiteracy Technology in the Elementary Classroom Podcasting in the Elementary Classroom -- Wes Fryer (From EdTechTalk "It's Elementary Webcast"Podcasting in the Elementary Classroom Using Technology to Enhance Literacy in Elementary School Children -- Dr. Alice ChristieUsing Technology to Enhance Literacy in Elementary School Children It's Elementary!! Using Electronic Portfolios with Young Students -- Dr. J. Moritz & Dr. Alice ChristieIt's Elementary!! Using Electronic Portfolios with Young Students Primary Resources.co.uk -- Lots of interactive downloadsPrimary Resources.co.uk

3 Brent Coley Each day, a student in Brent’s classroom is assigned to be the Roving Reporter. His or her job is to write short article about what took place in class that day. ColeyCast is Room 34's very own podcast! Recorded by the students, each broadcast highlights some of the exciting things we're learning in our classroom. Mr. Coley has created specially designed PowerPoint presentations that can serve as color flash cards to help you review some of the concepts studied in class. School: Tovashal Elementary Schools Grade: 5 Location: Murrieta, CA

4 Kathy Cassidy Kathy teaches a class of 6 year olds in Moose Jaw, Canada who are inviting the world into their classroom to help them learn. In her class they call fluency “reading smoothly”. She had her students each write about their reading & then recorded each of them reading a couple of pages and posted it online. Kathy has also established blogging buddies, where pre-teachers in college read & comment on her student’s blogs. This enables the students to receive feedback as well as help the soon-to-be teachers see ways of using blogging with their classrooms. School: WestMount School Grade: 1 Location: Moose Jaw, Canada

5 Maria Knee Each child has their own blog, off Maria’s blog. They type entries every couple of weeks. If they have a photo they take of some work [they can post it] or do a project. They type like they write—representing the sounds they know with letters they know. The only keyboarding worked on is encouraging them to use two hands for the two sides of the keyboard. School: Deerfield Community School Grade: Kindergarten Location: Deerfield, NH

6 Kathy Shields Small Voices podcast: produced by Kathy Shields, as a kindergarten teacher and now as a 3 rd grade teacher, she experimented with podcasting, a Promethean interactive whiteboard, student blog posting, & purchased 10 OLPC’s for her classroom & overseas. School: Creek View Elementary Grade: K & 3 Location: Alpharetta, GA

7 Carol Broos School: Sunset Ridge School District #29 Grade: 4-8 Location: Northfield, Illinois The fourth graders start on Sound Studio and the keyboard to record their stories. They compose music and produce projects that involve multi-media. Students comment on each other’s compositions and share files within the school. Sunset Ridge just started a district-wide podcast website where students andwww.pod29.com teachers can post podcasts on the web.

8 Allanah King School: Appleby School Grade: Primary School Location: New Zealand Working primarily with 9 – 10 year olds, Allanah King encourages her students to blog, podcast, skype, and create wikis. Allanah tests out each tool herself first to become acquainted with possibilities. The school blog also serves as a portal for parent communication. Video:

9 YOU Please share the ways you are taking advantage of new opportunities within your classroom. Please don’t boast about the tool – boast about the learning. Teacher Name, School, Grade

10 They Are Never Too Young To Learn Jennifer Wagner

11 Links Mentioned in this session Resource Links:     gTechnologyasaLearningTool/6060?time= gTechnologyasaLearningTool/6060?time=    podcasting-in-the-elementary-classroom-a-conversation-on- edtechtalk/http://www.speedofcreativity.org/2007/08/13/podcast179- podcasting-in-the-elementary-classroom-a-conversation-on- edtechtalk/   

12 Links Mentioned in this session Teacher Links:         https://21stcenturylearning.wikispaces.com/Allanah+King?f=print https://21stcenturylearning.wikispaces.com/Allanah+King?f=print 

13 Photo Credits Slide 1: Personal Photo Ryan Bretag Slide 10: Image Purchased through iStockPhoto File #: Kzenon


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