Google & Digital Learning Design

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The components introduced in digital learning design provides opportunities for teachers to construct a concept development framework that is multidisciplinary, student centered, and authentic to 21st Century skills. The digital learning design framework is based on research in both explicit instruction and constructivist learning. Using the digital design framework will help teachers pull together elements of college and career readiness standards, while constructing deep learning opportunities for students to perform. Digital Learning Design serves as a hub of innovation that teachers can use to nurture learning skills, competencies, and habits of mind that provide students essential skills for tackling new and demanding cognitive challenges. Digital Learning Design is about teaching, learning, communicating, collaborating and creating.



2. DIGITAL LEARNING DESIGN IS THE USE OF DIGITAL TOOLS WITHIN THE INSTRUCTIONAL PROCESS TO ENHANCE LEARNING THROUGH A CONTINUAL DEVELOPMENT OF LITERACY SKILLS D. L. D. DEFINED 3. DIGITAL LEARNING DESIGN INCLUDES Explicit Instruction Project Based Learning Problem Based Learning Individualized Student Centered Learning Authentic Instruction and Assessment (AIW) Blended Learning 4. GOOGLE APPS FOR EDUCATION Google Documents - a word processing program (similar to Microsoft Word) Google Presentations - a multimedia presentation program (similar to Microsoft PowerPoint) Google Spreadsheets - a spreadsheet program (similar to Microsoft Excel) Google Forms - a program for creating and delivering online forms, surveys, quizzes, and more Google Drawings - a drawing and graphics program 5. Why Google Docs? Free (Includes e-mail) Constantly adding new features Removes compatibility issues Allows for anytime, anywhere access Allows for collaboration and sharing Compatible with dropbox and other file storage applications 6. D L D & GOOGLE APPLICATIONS 7. INFORMATION ACCESSING COLLABORATION AGGREGATION CURATION DIGITAL MEDIA IMAGE DESIGN AUDIO MIXING DOCUMENTS ANIMATION 8. Literacy includes the ability to read and interpret media, to reproduce data and images through digital manipulation, and to evaluate and apply new knowledge gained from digital environments." "A person's ability to perform tasks effectively in a digital environment ... 9. ACCESSING AND SOURCING INFORMATION IS THE ABILITY TO SEARCH FOR CORRECT INFORMATION; HOW TO FIGURE OUT SEARCH ENGINE RESULTS; HOW TO MAKE ACCURATE INFERENCES ABOUT INFORMATION ORIGINATING FROM A HYPERLINK AND HOW TO CORRECTLY SOURCE DIGITAL CONTENT. INFORMATION ACCESSING 10. INFORMATION IS FRAGMENTED 11. INFORMATION FLUENCY involves knowing how digital information is different from print information having the skills to use specialized tools for finding digital information 12. NEW SKILLS ARE REQUIRED Knowing how, when, and where to access information on the Internet will grow to be an increasingly significant factor of digital literacy. The availability of information resources and search technologies is expanding rapidly increasing the importance of effectively knowing how to access and reduce digital information into reliable forms of content extraction. 13. INFORMATION ACCESSING Similar WordsExcluded Words Exact Phrases Multiple Words OR ~ Numerical Ranges . . . . define: site: link: 1 + 1 cm in foot 14. THE PARTICIPATORY CULTURES THAT ARE AFFECTED TO A LARGE EXTENT BY THE TYPE OF PERSONAL LEARNING SPACES THAT PROVIDE A DEGREE OF INFORMAL MENTORSHIP THROUGH THE CREATION AND SHARING OF WORK WITH OTHERS. COLLABORATION 15. NEW SKILLS ARE REQUIRED Safely construct a student profile within a circumscribed system Safely inarticulate a list of other users with whom they collaborate ideas, Safely view and collaborate a sources of information made by others within the networked environment Understand the importance of citation work online and plagiarism 16. ASYNCHRONOUS BACKCHANNEL create a classroom backchannel formal or informal discussions support students in the construction of a project formation of a community among groups students participate in a virtual conversation 17. GOOGLE MODERATOR Google Moderator allows you to create a series about anything that you are interested in discussing and open it up for people to submit questions, ideas, or suggestions. 18. GOOGLE DOCS & COLLABORATION encourages students to continually assess their own performance improves document quality by pooling the strengths of group members collaborative writing increases student participation Peer Editing Guidelines 19. GOOGLE DOCS ADD-ONS 20. AGGREGATION IS THE ACT OF COLLECTING CONTENT FROM MULTIPLE RESOURCES OF INFORMATION AND THEN PULLING INFORMATION TOGETHER INTO ONE INFORMATION POOL. AGGREGATION 21. GOOGLE AGGREGATION TOOLS 22. AGGREGATION WITH Create Checklists Create Surveys Collect Data Graph Results Design Questionnaires Map Connections Google Forms 23. GOOGLE HANGOUTS Connecting with Mentors Google Hangouts can make learning more engaging and personalized for students Hangouts can aid in connecting people without the need for travel. great way for students to engage in connected learning (4) experiences with their peers record Hangout discussions as a resource for other students 24. DIGITAL CURATION IS A PROCESS OF ESTABLISHING AND DEVELOPING LONG TERM REPOSITORIES OF DIGITAL ASSETS. CURATION 25. THREE TYPES OF PORTFOLIOS PROCESS Students create a product reflect on the process SHOWCASE Students best work longitudinal learning inventory HYBRID Students reflect on their learning choose those pieces that they value think about their learning expand work from previous year publish selected work through reflection 26. GOOGLE DIGITAL PORTFOLIO TOOLS 27. ABILITY TO PRODUCE SOMETHING NEW THROUGH IMAGINATIVE SKILL, WHETHER A NEW SOLUTION TO A PROBLEM, A NEW METHOD OR DEVICE, OR A NEW ARTISTIC OBJECT OR FORM. CREATION 28. THE ULTIMATE EVIDENCE OF LEARNING IS CREATION 29. ACTIVATORS OF LEARNING 30. DIGITAL MEDIA CREATION TEAMS IMAGES AUDIO MIXING DOCUMENTS ANIMATION 31. DIGITAL DESIGN RESOURCES 32. @digitalsandbox1 Classrooms WALLS without