Presentation on theme: "The following slides represent the technology presentation provided at the department in- service on July 23, 2010. The presentation was tailored by discussion."— Presentation transcript:
The following slides represent the technology presentation provided at the department in- service on July 23, The presentation was tailored by discussion to meet the needs of each group so the slides and discussion would have varied based on the group presented to in each session. ~ Sue Sullivan
A conversation about technology. The digital world
Back Channel Google Piratepad.net Delicious info Technology Standard 8 Classroom Application Documents On-going Conversations Readability
If we teach today students as we taught yesterdays we rob them of tomorrow John Dewey
Vision… Raise your hand if you want to be poor. No one wants that job; its hard work. - Sylvia Perez, Supterintendent
New Standards What are You envisioning?
Leadership… 21 st century learning is not the future anymore.
Collaboration… Why present to one when you can present to many?
Lets look at the standards Prezi on standards
World Class Standards…
CPI8.1.2.F.1 Use mapping tools to plan and choose alternate routes to and from various locations. Sample Assessments To show evidence of meeting this CPI, students may complete the following assessment: Current road construction has caused a major street in your community to be closed. Plan an alternate route from school to your home avoiding that street. Resources: · Google MapsGoogle Maps
CPI8.1.4.E.1 Investigate a problem or issue found in the United States and/or another country from multiple perspectives, evaluate findings, and present possible solutions, using digital tools and online resources for all steps Sample Assessments To show evidence of meeting this CPI, students may complete the following assessment: Create a digital presentation that describes appropriate water conservation methods and share with other students online. Resources · The Environment Challenge Website is designed for use with elementary school students and includes information about how to live more sustainably by reducing waste, water, energy etc. It also includes six different challenges complete with information sheets about calculating water use, doing home and school water audits as well as suggestions for how to save water.Environment Challenge Epals website provides opportunities for students to collaborate with classes worldwide about global issues.Epals
CPI8.1.4.C.1 Engage in online discussions with learners in the United States or from other countries to understand their perspectives on a global problem or issue. View the UN video: If you were offered the ability to address world leaders, what would you wish to tell them? Discuss with students in the U.S. and other countries to find out their ideas and create a podcast that summarizes the varying points of view. Send your podcast to the Committee on Teaching about the UN (CTAUN) at:
CPI D.3 Compare and contrast international government policies on filters for censorship Sample Assessments To show evidence of meeting this CPI, students may complete the following assessment: Create a video about government policies on filters for censorship and share with the Committee on Teaching about the United Nations (CTAUN). Resources · China: Internet Censorship lesson plan created by PBSChina: Internet Censorship lesson plan · Teaching About Freedom of Speech on the Internet lesson plan created by American Bar AssociationTeaching About Freedom of Speech · Human Rights Watch website provides information about protecting human rights and upholding political freedom worldwide. Search for censorship on this website to find information about current issues related to this topic.Human Rights Watch · Online Newspapers website provides links to newspapers worldwide.Online Newspapers
Which one are you?
Knowledge is nothing if not shared. Sue Sullivan New Jersey Department of Education Office of Academic Standards Office of Educational Technology