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1 Creative Technology in the Classroom Amanda Dunaway, MSDE Andrea Osman, MSDE Michelle Gremp, MSDE

2 Learning Objectives Participants will identify the need for technology-based instruction in the special education classroom. Participants will determine the process for creating a technology plan. Participants will recognize components of technology-enriched lessons.

3 Prevalence of technology Tool for learning Technology standards Necessity of Technical Knowledge

4 2005: Teenagers spent more time using digital media than they spent watching television. 2004: 81% of students had at least 1 address 22% of students had 4 or more addresses 75% of students had at least 1 instant message (IM) screen name

5 Necessity of Technical Knowledge 2007: 81% of parents strongly agreed the internet helps their child to learn skills and information needed to succeed in school.

6 Creating a Technology Plan Who needs to be involved? Teachers from various departments Support Personnel Administrators Community members Others

7 Creating a Technology Plan Who will be served? Students Parents Teachers Staff/Administration

8 Creating a Technology Plan Determining your needs Research Survey Site Visit

9 Creating a Technology Plan Making choices Prioritize Current budget Funding opportunities

10 Creating a Technology Plan Optimizing user knowledge Students Teachers - Training - Teacher liaison - Teacher share

11 Effective Experiences Teacher Share at CID Server (Speech box) CDs and flash drives Website

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15 Effective Experiences Laptops Digital cameras Microphones Video cameras Interactive whiteboards Internet/ Keyboarding tutors Online portfolios Teacher Tube Education websites Word processing programs What types of technology do you use in your classroom?

16 Effective Experiences Goldilocks lesson Learning Objectives Literacy/cognitive skills Interactive components

17 Learning Objectives Vocabulary: porridge Language: ordinal number words Literary/cognitive: sequencing

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19 Third, Anuye put water and squeezed glue in a container.

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22 What is before?

23 Has your family moved? Yes No

24 He fell off the boat.

25 Effective Experiences Things to consider when planning a technology-rich lesson: Time Benefit Interaction Fun!

26 Determining Success Monitor progress Collect data - formative - summative

27 Determining Success …the capacity for affecting the learning culture within the school is not about becoming a technology expert. It is about asking the right questions, exploring the answers to those questions, and creating a road map for the effective use of technology by the students and teachers in your building. - Gosmire, D., Grady, M. (2007)

28 References Brown, Ken (2007). Technology Funding: A how-to guide. Technology & Learning, 27(12), Gosmire, D., Grady, M. (2007). 10 questions to answer for technology to succeed in your school. Education Digest, 72(8),


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