Presentation on theme: "Best Teaching Practices. Technology Important for success in education Kindergarten through high school Electronic tools to enhance learning Information."— Presentation transcript:
Technology Important for success in education Kindergarten through high school Electronic tools to enhance learning Information organization Better teaching Variety of students and learning styles
Technology’s Use Offer images, sounds, and information. Structure interaction with information. Children Teachers Others Organization
Classrooms Build appropriate curriculum. Develop a flow of knowledge. Incorporate technology into activities. Overcome challenges. Have less experience with technology than students. Teachers:
Regional Educational Technology Assistance New Mexico Best teaching practices Research based Technology integration into the classroom
Teaching Practices Based on standards. Driven by content. Utilized collaboration. Applied to authentic problems. Demonstrated student learning. Measured evaluations of objectives. Technology enhanced lessons:
Standards National and/or state Overall teaching goals Quality learning experiences Each school and school district in New Mexico is required to align its grade level curricula with the state standards.
Lesson Plans Access RETA website. Address content standards. Target national educational technology standards. Plan lessons that focus on specific standards. Assure area and grade level lessons. Achieve appropriate educational goals.
Content Motivate learning with digital tools. Appeal to many students and learning styles with electronic tools. Allow several creative approaches to learning. Use for any and every subject.
Technology in Classroom Research Information analysis Problem solving Decision making Appropriate Real projects Balance
Workplace Utilize technology. Word processing PowerPoint Electronic spreadsheets Email Improve efficiency and productivity. Attain business goals. Integrate into curriculum.
Student Collaboration Workforce principles Communication Lessons Technology assisted Technical expertise Subject knowledge Social skills
Product or Presentation Real world setting Classroom production Work of art Publication PowerPoint presentation Knowledge and understanding Learning ownership
Presentations Newsletters Brochures Spreadsheets and databases in PowerPoint Science fair projects Experiments Reports Real learning environments
Radio and Television Radio Dramas Newscasts Words of wisdom Playlists Television Investigative reporting Documentaries
Authentic Learning Concepts and information Real world application Motivation Understanding Certain skills and concepts
Publish a Magazine Form a desktop publishing project. Use new skills. Utilize knowledge. Work with graphic designer. Produce stories with writers. Edit stories.
Experience Real world Desktop publishing field Graphics field Layout Adobe Photoshop Stories to pictures Published product
Assessment and Evaluation Measuring. Understood material. Find unmet needs. Teaching more effectively. Helping students learn. Assuring students succeed. Teacher - student:
Evaluation Read stories. Create PowerPoint presentation. Present to the class. Look over work. Evaluate by group peer evaluation. Improve for next presentation. Literature:
Website Evaluation Build a website. Offer a digital portfolio. Academy students Other students Parents Administrators Students:
Incorporating Technology Develop a process. Realize technology always changes. Introduce one tool at a time. Choose appropriate tools. Look at students’ ages and activities.
Teachers Utilize RETA workshops. Use technology - step by step. Learn it. Put it into your classroom. Involve it in your teaching style. Include RETA best teaching practices.
Best Teaching Practices Base on standards. Focus on content. Offer opportunities for collaboration. Solve real world “authentic” problems. Demonstrate what students learn. Allow to evaluate success. Technology enhanced lessons:
Technology Tools Challenging Learning opportunities New Better Educational gains
Teachers and Technology Change by using technology. Show to be a good teacher. Use new strategies for teaching. Consider the students. Devote to their student’s future.
Students Encourage them to use technology. See how technology helps learning. Utilize technology for the future. Achieve higher goals.
Access to Technology Desire to learn. Want to explore their environment. Use the Internet. Utilize electronic communication tools. Students:
Students with Technology Solve problems better. Address real world problems. Communicate more effectively. Video Writing Offer several possibilities. Help with: