Presentation on theme: "Introduction to: Computers and Instruction"— Presentation transcript:
1Introduction to: Computers and Instruction Debbie MeadowsCSUB, EDCI 560CTAP Level 2Revised 3-06
2Class Requirements For a Grade of “A” For a Grade of “B” Complete CTAP Portfolio for Levels I & IIMultimedia Presentation/PowerPointWebCt Discussions10 Internet Site Reviews within WebCTOne Article Review within WebCTPersonal Technology PlanTechnology Research PaperFor a Grade of “B”Complete CTAP Portfolio for Levels I & IIMultimedia Presentation/PowerPointWebCT Discussions10 Internet Site Reviews within WebCTOne Article Review within WebCTPersonal Technology Plan
3Proficiency 2.12.1 Communicates through a variety of electronic media.Possible examples include:• PowerPoint Presentations• Web pages• Electronic portfolios• Multimedia, hypermedia, and video projects• Student projects that utilize digital tools to interact with subject matter experts or collaborate with others.
4Evidence for 2.1 PowerPoint Presentations Website TeacherLecture or game/activityStudentWebsiteElectronic/Digital PortfolioHot List or WebQuest
5Proficiency 2.22.2 Collaborates with others through electronic media and computer based collaborative tools.Possible examples include:• Evidence of sustained communication with parents, students, and/or colleagues (e.g., , mailing lists, video conferencing, class web page, voice mail, homework hotline.)
6Evidence for 2.2 Threaded Discussion Participation WebCt participation--screenshotswith colleagues or parentsClass Newsletter from templateWebsite updates if used by parentsVoic anecdotal records
7Proficiency 2.32.3 Collaborate with other teachers, mentors, librarians, resource specialists, and other experts to support technology-enhanced curriculum.• Collaborate on lessons or projects that incorporate the use of technology (e.g. locally, interdisciplinary, cross-grade level, world-wide, etc.)
8Evidence for 2.3 Collaborative technology-based lesson plan Listserv questions for lessonscreenshots regarding the lessonInternet site reviews applicable to lesson
9Proficiency 2.42.4 Contribute to site-based planning or local decision-making regarding the use of technology and acquisition of technological resources.• Participate in planning sessions with teachers, administrators and/or parents that involve the use or acquisition of technology at your site.• Be an active member of your site’s technology committee.• Attend conferences and share information with site colleagues.
10Evidence for 2.4 Meeting notes from technology committee meetings Interview with a school site technology leaderConference attendance badge and handouts or notes
11Proficiency 2.52.5 Demonstrate competence in evaluating the authenticity, reliability, and bias of the data gathered.Include project/lesson plan and student samples that demonstrate students were taught to evaluate authenticity of information from a variety of sources such as Internet, , books, periodicals, etc.
12Evidence for 2.5 Lesson Plan to teach about Information Literacy Students are taught about evaluation of informationWebsites such as Tree OctopusFact or Fantasy tie-inCorrect resource for research2 samples of student work from the lessonReflection in narrative
13Proficiency 2.62.6 Design or adapt lessons that promote the effective use of technology in teaching and state content standards or instructional objectives.• Content to be taught.• Alignment with the state content standards or instructional objectives• Student learning styles.• Selection of relevant, effective software and hardware.• Technology resources and learning environments available in the classroom, library, media centers, and computer labs, and other locations.• Assessment of student learning• Incorporate an Internet (or Internet derived) online project/lesson into a core subject, or incorporate a primary source document from the Internet into a curricular area.
14Evidence for 2.6 Technology Lesson Plan Follow requirements of proficiencymust be technology and core subject area standards basedOr use of primary source documents2 samples of student work from the lessonReflection in narrative
15Proficiency 2.72.7 Designs, adapts, and uses lessons which develop student information literacy and problem solving skills as tools for lifelong learning• Develop and teach learning units or lessons that encompass information literacy skills, using technology to increase each student’s ability to plan, locate, evaluate, select, and use information to solve problems and draw conclusions.• Determine outcomes and evaluate the success or effectiveness of the process used.• Develop and use a performance-based rubric for the project/lesson to demonstrate success.
16Evidence for 2.7Information Literacy lesson plan to show student use of Information Literacy skills2 samples of student work form the lessonPerformance-based rubricReflection in narrative
17Proficiency 2.82.8 Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the legal and ethical issues concerned with the use of computer-based technology.• Intellectual property concerns.•Privacy concerns.•Copyright issues.•Security and safety issues.•Use of proper “net etiquette”.•School’s/district’s Acceptable Use Policy (AUP). Appropriate citation of resources
18Evidence for 2.8 Student AUP from local district Student Classroom AUP from EDCI 560Article on netiquette or acceptable useReflection on article in narrative
19Proficiency 2.92.9 Use a computer application to manipulate and analyze data.Disaggregate data from multiple sources to compare or show student achievement among sub-groups; for example, state and local measures, classroom assessments, etc.In narrative, draw conclusions from the data
20Evidence for 2.9Graphs from grades/spreadsheets created for CTAP Level 1, proficiency 1.12Accelerated Reader printoutsEnterprise Math printoutsDigital Report CardsEvaluation of state test scores (API)
21Proficiency 2.102.10 Use technology as a tool for assessing student learning and for providing feedback to students and their parents.• Give an example of how technology was used to assess student learning in a lesson• Electronic portfolios• Student multimedia projects with a rubric• Video of student performance• Student web pages with a rubric• Individual learning reports for parents and studentsClassroom Website
22Evidence for 2.10 Student multimedia projects and websites Rubrics for student workVideos of student activitiesDigital picture “scrapbook” of student activitiesWebsite (if parents use it)Narrative reflection on assessments
23Proficiency 2.11Locate or develop Internet-based learning exercises and research projects relevant to lesson plans and incorporate them into course curricula.Incorporate an Internet (or Internet derived) onlineproject/lesson into a core subject, orincorporate a primary source document from the Internet into a curricular area (Photos, text, songs, etc. from National Archives, Smithsonian, Library of Congress, or similar resource.)Include a range of examples in portfolio.
24Evidence for 2.11 Lesson Plans incorporating primary sources Student activities demonstrating use of primary source documentsWebQuests with student evidenceTreasure Hunts with student evidenceCorrelate to lessons
25Portfolio Requirements Certification applicationPrint out and fill out 2 applicationsProficiency checklistname at the top of each pageCurrent resumeCover letter explaining the context of your professional position and work environmentNarrative describing each artifact contained in the portfolio
26Narrative Requirements There are two methods for describing the artifacts in your portfolio. With either method, the narrative description should clearly describe how the artifact/evidence has met the requirements of the proficiency standard.1. Narratives at the beginning of each proficiency section describing the artifacts in that proficiency; or2. Individual narratives placed on or with the artifacts themselves describing the artifacts.
27Multi-Media Presentation Required for all students in EDCI 560Create a PowerPoint PresentationIdea-- one of your required lesson plansDemonstrate for your colleaguesRubric is in the syllabus
28Internet Reviews Required for all students in EDCI 560 10 sites reviewedNew sites, not sites show in classIdentify, review, and critique Internet websites and demonstrate the ability to use several search engines to locate online information. (CTAP Proficiency 2.3)Evaluation Sheet and Grading Rubric in Syllabus
29Article Reviews One Review for grade of “A” One Review for grade of “B”Read and compare two educational articles that deal with technology in the classroom. These articles may be found online or in published professional journals.Grading Rubric in Syllabus
30Personal Technology Plan Required for all students in EDCI 560This plan will address how technology applies to you:where you were before taking this classwhere you are as you leave this classwhere you see yourself a year from nowThis is your Final Exam.
31Technology Research Paper Required for a grade of “A”4 - 5 page paper regarding the use of technology in the classroom. You should have four to six sources with APA citations and bibliography.
32Create A WebQuestInstead of the research paper, you can create a webquest for your studentsResources
33Reminders Narrative must address all artifacts/evidence Articles must have a reflection in narrativeNarratives are about 1 page single-spaced long (minimum) for this portfolioUse in class activities in your discussions
34Required Materials Floppy Disks for Class Printer Paper for Class CTAP Level 1 Portfolio2” binder with dividers2 copies of the application1 copy of Level 2 checklist