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pseudandry

NJEA has it WRONG for NJ school librarians! - 36 views

On December 7, 2010, NJEA President Barbara Keshishian announced "research-based education reform." One of the aspects of the proposed plan involves Educational Technology Coaches. [ http://www.nj...

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Kay Solomon

Educational Technology Clearinghouse - 216 views

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    This website is full of resources for clipart, backgrounds for Keynote/PowerPoint presentations, maps, technology in the classroom, and more. It is sponsored by the Florida Center for Instructional Technology and the Educational Technology Clearinghouse, which "provide(s) digital content, professional development, and technical services supporting the appropriate integration of technology into K-12 and preservice education."
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    Thanks Kay, this is fantastic
westphal

Exactly What The Common Core Standards Say About Technology - 129 views

  • use technology, including the Internet, to produce and publish writing as well as to interact and collaborate with others; demonstrate sufficient command of keyboarding skills to type a minimum of one page in a single sitting.
  • Evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of using different mediums
  •  Integrate multiple sources of information presented in diverse formats and media (e.g., visually, quantitatively, orally) in order to make informed decisions and solve problems, evaluating the credibility and accuracy of each source and noting any discrepancies among the data.
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  • Make strategic use of digital media
  • Publishing
  • Collaboration
  • Evaluation
  • Integration is a matter of design, and produces considerable cognitive load on a learner.
  • Social media professional learning networks (PLN) from linkedin to twitter, facebook to even pinterest, can be dominated by education technology discussion rather than broader concerns of how people learn , likely because those educators tending towards technology are on these digital networks to begin with.
  • rather requires learners to make complex decisions about how, when, and why to use technology–something educators must do as well.
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    "@POUSDSupt: Exactly What The Common Core Standards Say About Technology http://t.co/WTRFq2LUTt via @zite #ccss #edtech" Nicely presented.
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    Tech standards in the common core
Sharin Tebo

Guide: Using the SAMR Model to Guide Learning | That #EdTech Guy's Blog - 74 views

  • The SAMR Model (above) was developed by Dr. Ruben Puentedura. It enables educators to analyse how effective their use of technology is on teaching and learning.
  • – Enhancement (Substitution and Augmentation) – technology is used just to enhance a task
  • – Transformation (Modification and Redefinition) – tasks are designed in a way which would not be possible without the use of technology
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  • Substitution – at this stage, technology is simply used as an alternative tool for completing the original task with no real change in the tasks function.
  • Example: instead of writing by hand, learners use an app like Pages to type up a report.
  • Example: once again, if students are creating a document on Pages, using the collaborative tools available on iWork for iCloud, learners can work on a document together. Peers could add feedback comments to the document in real time which could be responded to, which would improve the end product further.
  • Augmentation – here, technology is still used as a direct substitute like above, however it offers improvements in terms of the function of the task.
  • Example: again using Pages, however making use of features like spellchecking function or importing images to enhance the end product.
  • Modification – it is at this point where technology starts to enhance teaching and learning. It requires tasks to be redesigned, in order to make the most of the technology available.
  • it still does not improve the students learning experience.
  • Redefinition– this is the point at which technology really enhances the learning experience for students and has the greatest impact. Through the use of technology, educators are able to design tasks that were previously impossible.
  • Example: like before, learners may be collaborating on a document in Pages. However, this time the end product will be uploaded to a website or perhaps a class blog. Students are usually excited by the prospect of their work being on display in a classroom, so the use of a real audience is huge for them. Furthermore, this builds their literacy skills as they need to consider the audience that they’ll be writing to and adapt their work accordingly. Finally, this opens up the possibility of feedback from this global audience which they can respond to.
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    SAMR Explained with Definitions and Application Examples
tab_ras

Foreign Language & ESOL Technology Integration: Welcome to the Foreign Language & ESOL Tech Integration Blog! - 76 views

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    The purpose of this blog is to assist world language and ESOL teachers with integrating technology into their classrooms.
Diana Irene Saldana

How to Integrate Technology | Edutopia - 99 views

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    Successful technology integration is more than just getting the tools into the classroom; here are some ideas on how to engage students and enliven your lessons with those tools.
Ann Green

Free Technology for Teachers: Free Downloads - 101 views

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    A REVIEW OF FREE TECHNOLOGY RESOURCES AND HOW TEACHERS CAN USE THEM. IDEAS FOR TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATION IN EDUCATION.
Martin Burrett

When Technology and Classrooms Collide…by @JMcKay1972 - 9 views

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    "Development of technology within the classroom can aide the identification of contextual factors that may or may not contribute to effective use of technology in enhancing quality learning experiences. Factors such as organisational culture, teacher self-efficacy and their confidence and experience in utilising technology, resources and learner engagement all have to be considered to allow for an integrated approach."
Martin Burrett

https://ukedchat.com/2018/12/13/develop-tech-classroom - 5 views

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    It has changed the very essence of daily life and revolutionised the way we work, play and interact. But has technology reached its full learning potential in the classroom? The picture seems mixed. While there is no doubt that technology has changed the admin of teaching, in lessons, technology is often still seen as an add-on or a simple replacement for traditional methods, rather than enhancing learning. But integrating technology into your teaching has so much more to offer.
Glenn Hervieux

2 teacher-created models for savvy tech integration | Ditch That Textbook - 52 views

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    Matt Miller provides information on the PAGER and FUN tech integration models. PAGER is a very easy model that is easier to digest than SAMR & TPACK.
Roland Gesthuizen

Preparing Your School for an iPad Implementation - iPads in Education - 52 views

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    "Planning is imperative for any technology initiative - iPad or otherwise. You need to ensure that you clearly understand and communicate how the technology integrates with your overall pedagogical objectives. Too many institutions purchase technology and then search for ways to utilize it, or leave it collecting dust on the shelf."
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    Some good planning points for educators planning any iPads in the classroom as class sets or 1:1 deployments
Mark Gleeson

Technology Integration Sessions - LiveBinder - 3 views

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    , the binder contains some of the most popular posts in Educational Technology and Mobile Learning. These posts are organized into easily accessibile categories. There are also links to other equally interesting websites, presentations, slideshows, google docs, ebooks and many more. Dr Seam has assembled all the important web technology that teachers need to digitise their teaching.
Dallas McPheeters

Learning Is Not Enough: The Behavior Framework by Nic Laycock : Learning Solutions Magazine - 43 views

  • “Innovative, resilient, self-determined, integrated among, integrated within, perceptive, inquisitive.”
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    I like the idea of reinforcing the valued behaviors using the technology tools in our hands. Promoting key self-descriptors such as resilient, innovative, self-determined, integrated, and the like, on the pages of our training materials both paper and electronic, would create added value.
Matt Renwick

When starting to integrate technology as a school, what is the best approach regarding professional development? - Reading By Example - 49 views

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    When planning how to integrate digital tools within instruction at the schoolwide level, consider these steps.
Martin Burrett

UKEdMag: Facilitating Effective STEM Learning by @smwordlaw - 14 views

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    "English…done! Reading…done! Assembly…go, go, go! Packed primary timetables can sometimes feel like you're racing through an army drill. It can be difficult to stop, and allow children time for deeper thought and study. Integrating meaningful STEM into the week can often feel like a bit of a headache. Project Based Learning as a method of teaching STEM, could be the solution to this. Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths are the four disciplines many schools are hoping to focus on this academic year, looking at an applied and integrated approach."
Mr. Carver

The rise of the Digital Refuseniks - Newspaper Tree El Paso - 0 views

  • re•fuse•nik (n) somebody who refuses to agree to, take part in, or cooperate with something, especially on grounds of principle (informal) Why do I think people are Refuseniks? Let's look at a little history: The first major introduction of computers into the classroom took place, essentially with the introduction of the Apple II-e computer. The Apple II-e was introduced in 1983 and became a staple of campuses around the world. So, in order to keep things simple, let’s just say it was 1985 by the time Apple II-e’s really hit it big in the classroom. So, without too much mathematical calculation going on here, it is not a stretch to say that computers have been in the schools for at least 24 years. A teacher, even with 35 years experience today, will have had 63% of their professional life exposed to computers in their work environment. A teacher with less than 24 years of experience will have not known a school without a computer.
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      That is not necessarily a fair assessment as computers were not in CLASSROOMS. Most schools had a lab where you went to work on the computers they weren't readily available for use.
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    Refusenik is a good term for those who refuse to integrate technology. Luddite is another good term.
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    Refusenik is a good term for those who refuse to integrate technology. Luddite is another good term.
Jacqui Cyrus

Ed-Tech Teacher - 0 views

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    Tools for integrating technology into the classroom
Mr Casal

50 Ways to Integrate Technology - 193 views

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    Ways to Anchor Technology in Your Classroom Tomorrow
Frederick Eberhardt

Integrating Technology Into the Curriculum - KeyBookshop.com eStore - 90 views

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    Shelly Frei, 2007. Using blogging and webcasting as tools for teaching and education of students in K-12 environments. She makes it clear that this is the future of education. Frei, S. et. al. (2007). Integrating technology into the curriculum: professional development for successful classrooms. Huntington Beach, CA: Shell Education.
Greg Limperis

Technology Integration in Education - Facilitating the Use of Technology in the Classroom - 15 views

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    "Are you an educator who has no time to surf the internet for great resources that will help you integrate technology into your daily teaching? Have you ever wished that there could be one central starting point in your search for great edtech resources? " Then T.I.E. is the site for you! Form or join a group, read a news feed, participate in an event, discuss or blog about a topic, watch or share a video, and so much more!
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