- 1. Efficiency, Effectiveness, Enhancement Technology Integration
2. Week 3 RECAP
- Teacher Professional Development
- In-Class Workout #3: iGoogle
3. Todays Agenda 4. TECHNOLOGY FOR TEACHING AND LEARNING
5. Unit 2 - Technology for Teaching and Learning
- We are moving from asking why to asking how
- Primary focus of Unit 2 is
- HOWto implement technology into classroom
- HOWdo teachers make best use of the technologies they have access to?
6. For Today 7. TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATION
- E fficiency,E ffectiveness,E nhancement
8. HOW DO WE USE 3 E s?
- Criteria to evaluate technology integration decisions
- 3Es have to do with following W200 activities
- Todays class activity & In-Class Workout (#4): Learn tools
- Next week Case Analyses (2 * 75 points = 150 points)
- Remember to justify your technology integration decisions based on 3Es
- Meet the learning goals successfully
- Offer engaging learning experience
10. Instructional Perspective
- Learning should be EFFICIENT
- Using technology to speed up the learning process
- Using technology to quickly make educational materials
- Enables more learning by eliminating laborious processes
- Thinkfinity:Games and Tools
- Google Bookmarks /Delicious /
- MicrosoftOffice Products templates
- Webspiration /Inspiration
11. Instructional Perspective
- Learning should be EFFECTIVE
- Using a technology makes something effective if it:
- Improves student comprehension by
- Improves student transfer
12. Instructional Perspective
- Scholars particularly emphasize EFFECTIVENESS
- Blooms Taxonomy has all the learning outcomes
- Effectiveness is about Does it increase learning outcomes?
- Ex1 .Google Earth Showcase
Higher order thinking skills Lower order thinking skills Blooms Revised Taxonomy 13. Instructional Perspective
- Learning should be ENHANCED (ENGAGING)
- Using technology increases student motivation andengagement
- Using technology makes the impossible (or difficult) possible
- Creates exceptional learning experiences
14. Which E am I?
- GROUP1: Question #1 Heart Transplant
- GROUP2: Question #2Foreign Language Podcasts
- GROUP3: Question #3PowerPoint Games
- GROUP4: Question #4Virtual Fieldtrips
15. ICW #4INSPIRATION
- Create Effective and Efficient Technology Example
- Inspiration (or Kidspiration)
- It is a tool forthe graphical/visual organization ofthoughts and ideas (concept mapping)that enablesstudents to easily create and update graphic organizers, concept maps, and other types of charts.
- This tool is primarily used forbrainstorming, concept mapping, organizing information, and taking notes.
- See VideoInspiration Overview Video to learn how to use the tool (view carefully!)
- ULA demonstration:Inspiration Templates
18. ICW #4 Part 1 19. Class Activity #4 20. BREAK! 21. ICW #4 Part 2
- In part one, you have used inspiration to organize the content knowledge in a way that will help your audience (future students) to meet the academic standards.
- In part two, reflect on your rationale for choosing concept mapping tool (Which E is it?).
- Do you remember the three Es?
22. ICW #4 Part 2
- Go to Teacher Website >> Class Materials
- Fill out the following information
- Title: Inspiration (Concept Mapping)
- Screenshot:Insert the inspiration image you saved in part one.
- Description:Your Reflection (Hint: 3E)
23. CHOOSE YOUR OWN TOOL
24. Hands-On Activities
- You will work on this activity on your own (not in groups)
- Search other concept mapping tool besides theInspirationyou used.
- Take a screenshot of the tool you find.
- In Teacher Website Tech Resource page, fill out the following information:
25. BREAK! 26. DIGITAL STORY WORKSHOP
- Introducing Windows Movie Maker
27. Introducing Windows Movie Maker
- Rationale for using Windows Movie Maker:
- It is relatively easy to use
- It provides a variety of features (titles/ credits, transitions, effects) to create a simple movie
- Lets open up Movie Maker and get started!
- Type Movie Maker in the search box
- iMovie tutorials and manuals are available on
- Oncourse > Resources > Week4
28. Introducing Windows Movie Maker
- Overview of some of its functions
- Importing media (images, sounds, video, etc)
- Effects (applied to slides)
- Titles, on-screen text, and credits
- Saving a project file (work in progress): MSWMM file
- Publishing your final project: WMV file
29. Digital Story Must Haves
- Transitions between images
- Check Digital Story Checklist and iRubric!!!
30. Introducing Windows Movie Maker
- How to record your narration using Movie Maker?
- Adding narrationto your timeline
- Saving your narration intoWMAfile
- How to use thesplitfunction
- Moving something to theAudio/Music line
31. Introducing Windows Movie Maker
- How to insert Title and Credits pages?