2Focus of the NTeQ ModelA method for integrating computers in a lesson planComputer used as a toolEncourage higher order thinking and processing activitiesRealistic contextOpen-end learning environment
3NTeQ Philosophy Five basic components Teacher Student Computer Lesson Environment
4NTeQ and the TeacherTeachers need to experience using the computer as a tool to learn new information. Experience learning the way we want students to learnTeachers need to understand the relationship between basic computer functions and student learning. Analyze computer functions to know how it can apply to student learningTeachers need to use their knowledge of student learning and technology to design, manage, and facilitate a student-centered, multidimensional learning environment.
5NTeQ and the StudentThe student is actively engaged in learning process.The student assumes the role of a researcher.The student becomes technologically competent.
6NTeQ and the Computer As a learning tool. An extension of what the student are able to do for themselvesComputers become an integral part of the lessonAllows more time for discovery and researchUse to manage, retrieve and manipulate data
7NTeQ and the LessonStudent-centeredProblem-basedAuthenticDependent on the integration of technologyNot used for every lessonTeacher analysis of lesson and outcomes will determine is technology integration will benefit student learning
8The Activities The Rotation NTeQ and the Environment Clearly defined Aligned to objectivesMeet the needs of diverse learnersUse resourcesInterdisciplinaryThe RotationEfficient use of resourcesStudent groups
9NTeQ Lesson Plan Model Specify Objectives Computer Functions Specify ProblemDataManipulationResultsPresentationAssessmentSupportingActivitiesActivitiesAfterComputerUseActivitiesBeforeComputerUseActivitiesDuringComputerUse
10How does the NTeQ Model compare with a traditional classroom? Discussion of Tables created to summarize this comparison.
11NTeQ: Specify Objectives Based on standards, benchmarks or curriculum materials
12NTeQ: Match Computer Functions Identify relationships between objectives and functions a computer can perform.Analyze…….spreadsheet or databaseDraw or design……..drawing or graphics softwareAppendix A in text for more
13NTeQ: Specify the Problem NTeQ Lesson uses an inquiry or problem-based approach.Students provided or identify a problem to solveProblems can come from existing lesson plansRelevant, student can relate to and understand
14NTeQ: Data Manipulation Students will gather dataObservationExperimentationInternet searchWhat are they expected to do with data based on lesson objectivesCalculate averages, graph, sort, summarize
15NTeQ: Results Presentation How will students present their knowledge?Written or oral reportsNewspapersPostersWeb pagesBooks
16NTeQ: Activities During Computer Use How many computers are available?What activities will be completed on a computer?Clear expectations on how students will use technology
17NTeQ: Activities Before Computer Use Activities to prepare for computer use to make time efficient and effectiveSearch terms to use in an Internet searchOrganize data for graphingOutline before writing
18NTeQ: Activities After Computer Use Reflective, higher-level thinking about data collected and manipulated Need to develop questions and a plan for encouraging the students to reflect and analyze
19NTeQ: Supporting Activities Other activities required to accomplish the objective, but do not require use of the computerSilent readingGroup discussionTeacher-lead discussionUse of manipulativesImportant to consider for classroom with only a few computers.