TECHNOLOGY IN EDUCATION

EDU 240 A

 

FALL, 2017

 

CLASS WIKI

*Syllabus 

Peterson Home Page

 


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Designed as an introductory computer applications course for education majors, this class provides experience in technology programs for K-12 classrooms. The course includes hands-on experience with telecommunications, multimedia, hypermedia, and K-12 software programs.  (3 s.h.)

 

Instructor: Dr. Arlys E. Peterson  Location: Glidden 115, Computer Lab

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Meeting Times: 1:00 - 2:15
Days:
Tuesdays and Thursdays

 

Attendance Policy: Attending class is very important! 
After
three absences, you will be asked to drop the class (depending on circumstances).
Being late
more than five minutes to class will count as an absence.

Leaving early from class will result in an absence from class that day.

No texting during class.

** All assignments are due one week after they are assigned, unless otherwise stated.
If they are 1-5 days late, only half of the points will be given.
After 5 days, no points will be given.

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ALL ASSIGNMENT DUE DATES CAN BE FOUND ON THIS CALENDAR

SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER

OCTOBER/NOVEMBER/DECEMBER

 

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 21st Century Skills: Collaboration, Communication, Creativity, and Critical Thinking

 

"We're living through the greatest expansion in human expressive capability in history. We have access to more content, more information, more teachers (all over the world) than ever before. We can create and share knowledge (all over the world) in creative and important ways."

 Will Richardson - The Connected Teacher: Powering Up

 

"Content is easy. Google it. We live in a world where content is found everywhere. And in a wi-fi world it's accessible almost anywhere. We need to teach our students skills to be able to navigate and make sense of such a world."

Will Richardson - The Connected Teacher: Powering Up

 

"The demand to master new knowledge and skills is never-ending. If you want to be successful, you never finish your education.
So my mission is not to educate students, but to cultivate learners."
Patti Grayson - The Connected Teacher: Powering Up


"My students will remember me as the teacher who opened the world to them --
who encouraged them to seek learning with tremendous enthusiasm and to
relish the deeper understanding they gain as a result."

Patty Grayson -The Connected Teacher: Powering Up

 

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August 29 August 31
Sept. 5 & 7
Sept. 12 & 14 Sept. 19 & 21 Sept. 26 & 28 Oct. 3 & 5  Oct. 10 & 12 Oct. 17 & 19
ASSIGNMENT HYPERDOC ASSIGNMENT HYPERDOC Aug. 31

ASSIGNMENT HYPERDOC
SEPT. 5 & 7
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Introduction to Class
*ISTE Technology Standards


*Google Chrome Browser

Chrome Web Store

Chrome Browser Apps and Extensions
CHAT ROOM

Journal Article - Twitter
Online Videos CHAT ROOM
Twitter Report from

#edtech
#edchat
CHAT
Lesson Plan
Template

Anticipatory Set
October 16-17
Fall Break
*Internet Fire Hydrant
*Satellites
*Medieval Help Desk
*Year 2020
*School of the Future
*Social Media
*Kid President
*  Kids React
Keyboarding Programs
*Google Draw

CODING

Online Speaker:
Introduction to Coding
Lesson Plan Topics

Lesson Plan Worksheet
iPads
Apps
Hands-on

View iPad Apps
Midterm Survey Chat Groups
*Google Chromebooks Lesson Plan
Vocabulary
Answer Garden
Today's Meet

Google Docs/Drive
Google Slides/Drive

 

 

*Google Forms

*Grading Using Flubaroo

 

3D Printers Nearpod
Augmented Reality
HyperDocs
Online Surveys Google
Search Engine
Information Boards

*Linoit
*Padlet

Pinterest

Creating Pinterest Boards
Journal Article: Technology

SmartBoard
Activity Toolkit
Pindex Symbaloo
Create a Wiki
Twitter

#hashtags

TWITTER
DUE DATES
Yippy Search Engine Pandora Virtual Reality
Glasses
SmartBoards
 Activity
Hands-on

Smart Exchange

Smart Express


Instagrok


Gooru Learning

WebQuests
Voki
Journal Article - Twitter
How Far Have We Come? *Makerspace
*App Smashing
*Back channeling
  Microsoft Office
Word
PowerPoint
Publisher
Excel
iCloud Storage

Dropbox
Google Drive



BreakoutEDU
SMARTBoard Groups
Oct. 24 & 26
Oct. 31 & Nov. 2 Nov. 7 & 9 Nov. 14 & 16 Nov. 21 & 28 Nov. 30 Dec. 5 & 7
ASSIGNMENT HYPERDOC ASSIGNMENT HYPERDOC ASSIGNMENT HYPERDOC ASSIGNMENT HYPERDOC ASSIGNMENT
HYPERDOC
Presentation List Presentation List
Web 1.0, 2.0, 3.0 Start Presentation Work Lesson Plan

S
martBoard
Activity

SmartExchange
FlipGrid
Journal Article - Cyberbullying/Internet Safety


Digital Citizenship
Digital Footprints
TUES.

Web 2.0 Tools

Embedding Videos

Lesson Plan

Writing Activity

Thurs.
PRESENTATIONS

Group 1

Halee

Jenessa

Dayne

Tues.
PRESENTATIONS

Group 3
Maddy
Kaitlyn
Lily


Journal Article - Cyberbullying/Internet Safety

Conference Speaker
Lesson Plan

Chrome book/iPad Activity


Online
Newspapers
Lesson Plan
Closing Activity

RUBISTAR

Wikipedia
Group 2
Dan
Ashlee
Haley
Group 4
Sydney
Taylor W.
Taylor S.
Blendspace Presentation
Group Work
QR Codes Video Tools

Edpuzzle

Playposit
Thurs.

Web 2.0 Tools
Dec. 12

Technology Final

take home

Thurs. - Dec. 7
PRESENTATIONS

Group 5
Kari
AShley
Vanessa

Flipsnack Flipgrid
Wizer.me   Technology for Special Needs Populations

  AssistiveTechnology

Online Quiz Tools


Kahoot
Quizizz
Integrating Technology Thurs.
PRESENTATIONS

Group 7
Makayla
McKenzie
Tiffany
Group 6
Christian
Carla
Allie

WEBSITES
CPalms Library

  Presentation
Group Work
 
Teaching in the 21st Century
Group 8
Maria
Shannen
Blake
Technology Survey

 

 

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TECHNOLOGY AND SUBJECT STANDARDS

All assignments in class will be completed using
the South Dakota State Content Standards

 

ISTE NATIONAL TECHNOLOGY STANDARDS FOR STUDENTS new 2016

 

Empowered Learner
Students leverage technology to take an active role in choosing, achieving and demonstrating competency in their learning goals, informed by the learning sciences.

Digital Citizen
Students recognize the rights, responsibilities and opportunities of living, learning and working in an interconnected digital world, and they act and model in ways that are safe, legal and ethical.
Knowledge Creator
Students critically curate a variety of resources using digital tools to construct knowledge, produce creative artifacts and make meaningful learning experiences for themselves and others.
Innovative Designer
Students use a variety of technologies within a design process to identify and solve problems by creating new, useful or imaginative solutions.


Computational Thinker
Students develop and employ strategies for understanding and solving problems in ways that leverage the power of technological methods to develop and test solutions


Creative Communicator
Students communicate clearly and express themselves creatively for a variety of purposes using the platforms, tools, styles, formats and digital media appropriate to their goals.


Global Collaborator
Students use digital tools to broaden their perspectives and enrich their learning by collaborating with others and working effectively in teams locally and globally.

 

 

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ISTE Technology Standards for Teachers

 

   LEARNER: Educators continually improve their practice by learning from and with others and exploring proven and promising practices that leverage technology to improve student learning.  LEADER: Educators seek out opportunities for leadership to support student empowerment and success and to improve teaching and learning.
CITIZEN: Educators inspire students to positively contribute to and responsibly participate in the digital world.

COLLABORATOR: Educators dedicate time to collaborate with both colleagues and students to improve practice, discover and share resources and ideas, and solve problems.  DESIGNER: Educators design authentic, learner-driven activities and environments that recognize and accommodate learner variability.
 FACILITATOR: Educators facilitate learning with technology to support student achievement of the ISTE Standards for Students

ANALYST: Educators understand and use data to drive their instruction and support students in achieving their learning goals.

 

 New SD K-12 Technology Standards for Students

Strand 1: Research and Digital Literacy
Strand 2: Critical Thinking, Problem-Solving and Decision-Making
Strand 3: Digital Citizenship
Strand 4: Technology Operations and Concepts
Strand 5: Creativity and Innovation
Strand 6: Communication and Collaboration

 

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WEEK 1 - August 29

 

Class Wiki

 

INTERNET

 

Assignment HyperDoc - August 29

 

Using the Internet
- like a Fire Hydrant
Did You Know 2017?
- How Our World Is Changing
Answer Garden
Answer the:
Question

Ideas for Using Answer Garden
Today's Meet
Introduce yourself
Chat groups
GROUP A
GROUP B
GROUP C

GROUP D
Go to Padlet and double click on screen and type in your name and your major.

CLASS WIKI

 

Wikispaces -

create a Wiki to post assignments

 

 

Titles on Wiki Pages

create the pages that are on this list

handout

 


Take September
online
Survey


Take Microsoft Survey
Microsoft Office Survey


 

 

Google Drive

Sign up for an account if you do not have one.

Tech & Learning - free online journal signup

 

 

Tech & Learning Journal -

current issue

Wikipedia -

20 million pages,

282 languages,
would take
14 years

8 months of
non-stop reading
(Fox News)

Medieval Help Desk
2:44

Watch Your Day in 2020

5:33

 

Future Technology

2020

 

Microsoft
Vision of Future

5:48

 

Two Year old Baby Works iPad Perfectly
3:38


NEW TECHNOLOGY

 

 

difference

 

NEW TECHNOLOGY

Google Home vs Amazon Echo

Google Home - video
Google Home Demo

 

TECH With TIA

sign up for it


How Many Satellites
Orbit the Earth?
1:13
Satellites 2014
:52


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JOURNAL ARTICLE REPORT

Assignment: Read and write a 1-2 page double-spaced report on a journal article about Twitter

(see Wiki - Journal/Webinars on CLASS WIKI).

Post your 1-2 page report on your Wiki on the page called Journal Reports and on the LMS.

Journal Report Checklist

 

Due: Sept. 12

MOST ASSIGNMENTS WILL
BE COMPLETED

ON THE
SD STATE STANDARDS
IN YOUR AREA OF STUDY

South Dakota State
Content Standards

 

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WEEK 1 & 2 - August 31, September 5 & 7

Class Wiki

 

Here's Everything That Happens in One Minute on the Internet

 

AUGUST 31 - ASSIGNMENT HYPERDOC

 

September 5 & 7 ASSIGNMENT HYPERDOC

 

CHROMEBOOKS

 

CHROMEBOOKS

*Introducing the Chromebook
video (1:49)



Sioux Falls Schools Chrome Book Info

Using Chromebooks in Classes


Chromebook Handbook

Chromebooks in School - Kathy Schrock
*10 Reasons to Buy a Chromebook

*Why Chromebooks in Education?
video (13)


*Chromebooks for Education
video (2:03)

*Chromebook Sync
video (:56)
Classroom Ideas

Chrome in the Classroom


Chrome Screenshots Tools


Chromebook Classroom

 

 

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CHROME BROWSER

CHROME BROWSER APPS/EXTENSIONS

 

1. *What is Google Chrome?
 video 3:21

2. Open Chrome Browser and open two sites: YouTube and CNN.
As you watch the video, do what the speaker does on your Chrome Browser.
*Google Chrome
          Tips and Trick
 
video 6:53


3.
 All About Chrome-slideshow

Chrome Commands
from the video:

 

  • Ctrl + Shift + B = Bookmark Bar
  • Home Button - Under Options, Show Home Button - Open up to page you want
  • Options: Basics, Personal Stuff, Under the Hood
  • Options: On Startup open following pages
  • PinTabs - right click and pin it
  • Rip tabs off - put them back on
  • Draggable Tabs: organize them
  • Rename Tabs: right click on Bookmark and rename
  • Click New Tab and it shows your Chrome Apps

4. Google Chrome Lessons
A. Getting Started
B. Browsing with Chrome
C. Customizeing Chrome
D. Bookmarking Web pages
in Chrome
E. Chrome Security and Privacy


5. Google ChromeTildee


Extra activities
CHROME APP/EXTENSIONS

Extensions and Web Apps
- videos

Definitions

Chrome Web Store
-
video 6:26


What are Chrome Extensions?



*Top 9 Google Extensions - video 10:24

Chrome Extensions
- Pinterest

*Chrome Extensions

*Chrome Office Viewer

ASSIGNMENT:

CHROME APPS AND EXTENSIONS

Chrome Web Store
Chrome Store - Education

 Download 10 Education Apps and 5 Extensions.
 

Fill out this 
worksheet.
Make a copy of the document to save it to your Google Drive.

Open them and
be ready to discuss

two apps and two extensions with the class.


Include Google Drive as one of your downloads.
Post worksheet on
Chrome Wiki page.


DUE: Sept. 14

 

 

 

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TWITTER

 

***A #Schedule of #Twitter #Chats - calendar

Twitter in Real Time

9 Ways to Get Everyone Tweeting - even Kindergarten

A Dr. Seuss-Inspired Guide to Twitter

 

***Twitter in plain English video


***READING, WRITING, TWITTERING**
CBS News video


***Twitter Has Place in the Classroom -
CNN video

Twitter and Twitterfall - video

 

Tweetchat

 

Use TweetDeck

to follow tweets.

 

School Wide

Twitter Chats

Top 10 Educational Technology
Hasthags for Educators

 

Top Twitter Hashtags
for Teachers

Tony Vincent Twitter

Other Hashtags

Twitter for Teachers

 

Top Educators to Follow

 

Twitter for Education - Pinterest

 

22 Ways to use Twitter for Learning Based on Bloom's Taxonomy

#EdTech

#Edchat

#flippedclass

#sschat

#iPadEd

#khanAcademy

 

 

#mathchat – mathematics

#scichat – science

#engchat – English

#artsed – the arts in education

#musedchat – music

#eltchatenglish language teacher

#STEM – widely used for posts and resources in STEM education

#SSChat – social studies chat

#PEGeeks – PE and technology

#RETeacherReligious Education

#HistoryTeacher – History

#GeographyTeacher – Geography

Twitter United States
Department of Education


 Twitter South Dakota
Department of Education



Official YouTube Channel for the
South Dakota Department
of Education

Assignment:

 

Sign up for Twitter

 

Follow two education hashtags each week for 5 weeks. You will discuss what you learned from the tweets in your chat rooms each week.


Follow:
#edtech and one other one

 


Copy and paste two tweets each week on a Template.

 

 Comment on each Tweet -
3-5 sentences each.

TEMPLATE

TWITTER DUE DATES

 

 

 

 

Sept. 7
Sept. 14
Sept. 21
Sept. 28
Oct. 5

 

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KEYBOARDING

 

*The Importance of Teaching Keyboarding *Keyboarding Programs VIEW 3 Keyboarding programs

 

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GOOGLE DRIVE/DOCS/PRESENTATION

 

Google Suite PlayBoard Guide to Using Google Drive Offline

Free backgrounds

Google Drive Add-ons 8 Google Tricks Google Templates
Five Google Drive Tips Everyone Should Know Power Up Your Classroom with Google Google Docs Add-Ons

 

 

Guide to Google Drive

Google Drive Tutorials

100  videos
1. Create a Google Drive Account



2. Introduction to
Google Drive
- video

3. Meet the New
Google Drive
Google Docs in an office productivity suite of tools powered in the cloud. An online, all free, included in this set of tools are:
A. word processor
B. spreadsheet
C. presentation tools
D. online forms
E. drawing tools
F. and a range of templates and apps integrated with Google Drive
4. Google Drive - 6 Things that make it Awesome
6. Google Drive for Mobile
video (1:23)

 7.
Google Docs -
How to Videos

 8. Using the Research Tool in Google Docs - video (2:29)


9. The New Voice Typing Feature
Using Google Docs for
Digital Note-Taking


5 Google Resources
You Never Knew Existed


8 Google Slides Ideas

Things to Do With
Google Drive - Docs


1. Copying a document someone else created.

Example: click on

Psalm 23

 

- File > Make a copy

 

- Click on Untitled document - upper left corner. It will name the document.

 

- Edit> Find> type in your name and> Replace with > type in your first name.

 


Open Google Drive >Click New> click on Google Slides
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 Google Slides
Create a Presentation Slideshow (at least 10 slides) on a State Standard's Topic in your area of teaching. This is for the students.

Post it on your Wiki on a page called Google Docs.

Put the state standard on the first slide.

Add pictures and a variety of fonts and colored text.


Example

South Dakota State
Content Standards


checklist

DUE: Sept. 21
Create a newsletter in Google Docs on a State Standard's Topic in your area of teaching. This is for the students.

Post it on your Wiki on a page called Google Docs.

 Use a variety of  fonts, pictures, and colored text.


Example


checklist

DUE: Sept. 26

SHARING


3. TechinEd Share Doc
Assign a number
Type in your

name and major





 

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Google Search Engine

Things it can do

 

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TECHNOLOGY

 


WEBINAR

Rachel Langenhorst - Iowa

Top Tech For Teachers to

Start the New Year

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Backchanneling

Open the Template and copy it to your Google Drive.

 

Template

Type the name of ten of the Web tools they talk about in the video and a short

summary of it.


Post it on your Extra Wiki page.

10 Ways to Use Back Channels
in Your Classroom

4 Ways Technology is Changing How People Learn

  • We’re moving from individual learning towards more collaborative learning.
  • We’re moving from more passive learning to active learning
  • Differentiated instruction and 
    personalized learning
     

are becoming more popular.

  • We’re becoming multitaskers 

more than ever before.

How Far Have We Come?

Eniac
ENIAC contained 17,468 vacuum tubes, 7,200 crystal diodes, 1,500 relays, 70,000 resistors, 10,000 capacitors and around 5 million hand-soldered joints. It weighed more than 30 short tons (27 t), was roughly 8 by 3 by 100 feet (2.4 m × 0.9 m × 30 m), took up 1800 square feet (167 m2), and consumed 150 kW of power.

 

 

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WEEK 3 - September 12 & 14

Class Wiki

 

September 12 & 14 Assignment HyperDoc - WORD

 

September 12 & 14 Assignment HyperDoc - Google Doc

 

GOOGLE DRAW

Review Tools

 

 

Google Draw

Find your group and put in
your favorite vacation spot.


Group Z - example

Group A
Group B
Group C
Group D

Collaborative Brainstorming
with Google Docs Drawing Tool


10 Things to do With Google Drawings


15 Free Google Drawings


Google Draw Ideas

Word Clouds

Photo Image with Google Drawing

 

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GOOGLE FORMS

Google Drive

Examples of Google Forms

             

 


*Google Form Examples

New Google Forms - video

Google Forms Self-Graded Quizzes

Different Questions Forms - video

***How to Insert Images
into Google Forms -
video 4:01

***How to Distribute a Google Form - video 2:20

Advanced Google Forms - videos 5:28
*Google Forms Tutorial

Google Forms Tutorials

Innovative Uses of Google Forms

*Google Forms - Teacher Student Connections - video


                 Quick Google Form Time Savers


Creating a Quiz with Google Forms
Forms PowerPoint

How to Reuse a Google Form - video


3 Great Ways to Use Google Forms

8 Outstanding Google Forms Templates

How to Use Images as Answer Choices in Google Forms

GRADING IN GOOGLE FORMS/FLUBAROO


How to Create a Form and Grade It Automatically With Flubaroo - video

Flubaroo

 

Flubaroom Overview

Step-by-Step Directions

Self-Grading Quizzes with Flubaroo -
Using Google Forms

 

Flubaroo:
Send Student Data Back to Google Drive


Directions

 

Create a 5 question quiz and add
Flubaroo to grade the quiz.

 

REVIEW of Google Forms

 

Take the quiz.

Quiz

In the Quiz spreadsheet you can add Flubaroo.

 

Self-Grading Quiz

 

      Create a book report


    Headings

To add a color or theme
to an existing form:

-Open the form

-Click the Color palette icon .

-Choose a color for your form. Or, to add a theme, you can click the Image icon and add an existing theme to your form from Google+.

-Your new theme will automatically be applied and you can continue editing your form.

 

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View the summary of responses

-Open a form in Google Forms.

-At the top of the form, click RESPONSES.

-Click SUMMARY.

View individual responses

-Open a form in Google Forms.

-At the top of the form, click RESPONSES.

-Click INDIVIDUAL.

T-o move between responses, click Previous respondent or Next respondent.

View responses in a spreadsheet

-Open a form in Google Forms.

-At the top of the form, click RESPONSES.

-To view the responses in a spreadsheet, click Spreadsheet . The spreadsheet will open.

-Download responses as a CSV file

Open a form in Google Forms.

-At the top of the form, click RESPONSES.

C-lick More three vertical dots > Download responses (.csv).

 

 

 

 

 

Create a Quiz         

Create a 5 question picture quiz on a topic you will teach (add 5 pictures).

Sample

Picture Quiz Sample

Embed it on a Wiki page called
Google Forms Quiz.

Landform Quiz

 

Be sure to include a place holder fo
First  Name
and Last Name.
They are not considered questions.
 Add 5 more questions.

 

Create a Survey

Complete a 5 question survey about an education topic using
Google Forms and embed it on your Wiki
on a pa
ge called
Google Forms Survey.

Favorite Food Survey

 

Create a Video Quiz

Insert a YouTube video and
under it ask 5 questions
about the content of the video.

Embed it on your Wiki on a new page called
Google Forms Video.

 

Landforms Video

 

DUE: Oct. 5

 

 

 

 

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CHAT:
Group ONE
Group TWO
Group THREE
Group FOUR

Discuss JOURNAL ARTICLE REPORT - Twitter

 

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INTERNET

 

Yippy Search Engine

 

Big Deal Book - Technology

 

Classroomscreen

 

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Technology Vocabulary

 

 

 

 

 

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INFORMATION BOARDS
Use different topics on each board

Linoit
Linoit Tutorial
Complete a Linoit Board on a State Standard' topic
with 2 videos, 3 pictures, and 6 sticky notes about the topic
Sample

Video Tutorial
- Heather

                    Embed it on your Linoit Wiki page


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Padlet

Share Board

How to Use Padlet

20 Useful Ways to Use Padlet in Class

Complete a Padlet Board on a State Standards' topic
with 2 videos, 3 pictures, and 6 information notes about the topic
Sample

Oceans and Land
Landforms
Embed it on your Padlet Wiki page

DUE: October 10
 


 

 

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WEEK 4 - September 19 & 21

 

HyperDoc for September 19 & 21

 

 

Tech Vocab

Brain Breaks: a time of movement in the classroom to get the students up and moving.

Coding: Coding is essentially the same thing as programming

Augmented Reality: Augmented Reality (AR) is a technology enriching the real world
with digital information and media, such as 3D models and videos,
overlaying in real-time the camera view of your smartphone, tablet, PC or connected glasses.

3D Printer:

3D printing or additive manufacturing is a process of making
three dimensional solid objects from a digital file.

The creation of a 3D printed object is achieved using additive processes.
In an additive process an object is created by laying down successive
layers of material until the object is created.

Class Wiki

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ONLINE EDUCATIONAL VIDEOS/YOUTUBE

 

YOUTUBE

Create a YouTube Playlist

Copy a URL from YouTube

Fractions

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n0FZhQ_GkKw

Jump to a certain part of the video - put a YouTube URL in the box and practice jumping
Tools

  • Share - practice using the tool

  • Embed - practice using the tool

  • Transcript- click on it to read the transcript of video

  • Closed Captions - click on this to see closed captions

 

 

 

ASSIGNMENT

  • Videos

Assignment: Evaluate10 video sites from the list. Choose one video from each site to evaluate. Complete the assignment on the template and copy the template to your Google Drive. Post it on your Video Reports Wiki page.

1. Name of the Program: Liberty Kids

2. URL of Program: https://www.youtube.com/user/LibertysKidsTV/videos

3. URL of the online video that you watched. The New Frontier

4. Summary of the video you watched:

5. Your reaction to the program:
 3-5 sentences


6. Evaluation of Site:
Poor - Good  - Excellent

DUE: October 12

 

EDUCATION VIDEOS

 

 View 1 video from each site below

 

 

 

 

- click on subjects and choose one. Find a video to watch and report on it.

 

 

 

Watch part of one video

 

8. TED-Ed Videos

 

9. School House Rock

 

10. Liberty Kids

Other YouTube Channels

100 Best Video Sites
for Educators


Ted Ed Videos

HooplaKids Lab videos

Socratative Studio Videos

WOW Math Videos

15 Best Educational YouTube Channels for the Classroom

 

Exploring Educational Uses of YouTube

 

WhizKids Science

 

Yo Kidz videos - drawing

 

Other YouTube Channels

 

Cool School

Tiny Grads

 

575 Great Movies
online - Classics

Free K-12 Resources

Intelligent YouTube Channels

Internet Archive

Emerging Ed Tech Videos

 

Go Noodle

 

The Holy Tales: Bible

 

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CODING

K-12 CODING

Teaching Kids to Code
New research from institutions like Tufts University reveals learning to code delivers benefits beyond improvements in math and logic skills. For example, a recent study by Professor Marina Bers shows that reading comprehension in kids as young as five improves as students improve in their understanding of sequencing.  This type of universal benefit from studying programming makes it easy for parents to support the idea of ALL kids
learning to code.

 

 

 

ASSIGNMENT: Coding Worksheet complete as you view the courses.

  • Choose and complete

  • 6 activities in Course 1

  • Choose and complete

  • 6 activities in Course 2

  • Choose and complete

  • 6 activities in Course 3

  • Choose and complete

  • 6 activities in Course 4

 

  • Choose and complete some

activities in Accelerated Course

 

Express Course

 

 

**Post your Coding worksheet on the Wiki page called Coding.

 

DUE:  November 2

 

 

Scratch

Click on Create

Go over Tools (scripts)

Create a Race in

10 Minutes - video

 

Scratch Tutorial - video

 

Scratch Lessons

 

 Hopscotch
Hopscotch App

 

Daisy the Dinosaur - APP




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INTERNET SITES

Quadblogging

What is Quadblogging? - video
QuadBlogging Connects Student Writers with Global Audiences

 

Video - Powerpoint + Kizoa

WEB RESOURCE HORDER

 

Best Sites

 

Tech Review - slideshow

 

 

PINTEREST

 

Pinterest - video

Pinterest 2015 Tutorial for Education  - video

A Beginner's Guide to Pinterest
A Tour of Pinterest

20 Top Pinterest Tips

Best Guide to Pinterest

Pinterest Teaching Channel

PINTEREST

 

Teacher's Guide To Pinterest

Exploring the Educational
Value of Pinterest

WOW SITE !!!

Laura Candler Boards


Peterson Pinterest Sites


WikiSpaces

Cybraryman Sites


Open a Pinterest Account if you don't have one.

Create 7 Pinterest Boards in your area of study and pin 15 pins to each board:

Every One:

1. Education Videos
2. Technology

Elementary - choose 5 more from these:
Literature Books
Math
Science
Social Studies
Reading
Writing
Vocabulary
ipad Apps

High School
Create 5 more in your area of teaching.


DUE:
Dec. 5

 

5th Grade

4th Grade

3rd Grade

2nd Grade

 

1st Grade

High School English Boards

Physical Education Boards

Chemistry Class Boards

High School Chemistry

Science Class Boards

High School Math

Middle School Math

High School American History

Abraham Lincoln

World History

Clever Classroom

 

Marvelous Math

 

Decorating a Classroom

 

Images for Education

 

Teaching Strategies

 

Educational Videos

 

Melissa Taylor's Pinterest

 

Teaching Channel

 

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Augmented Reality/3D Printers/Music/VR Glasses

Google Cardboard: Explore and Create

20 TOP VIRTUAL REALITY APPS THAT ARE CHANGING EDUCATION

 

 

Augmented Reality

 

What is Augmented Reality? - video

 

noun: augmented reality is

a technology that superimposes a computer-generated image on a user's view of the real world, thus providing a composite view.

 

Augmented Reality - Kathy Schrock

Augmented Reality - FETC16

 

KIT - augmented messages

 

Augmented Reality

*Letters Alive  - video

*Letters Alive Classroom

*Letters Alive in the Classroom

*Lego  - video

*Business Card - video

Augmented Reality Pop-up Book

 

Ar Alphabet Flashcards - video

AR Flashcards

AR Flashcards Tutorial

AR Flashcards App

 

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 Quiver

 

Quiver is an augmented reality application that turns your paper drawings into animated 3D objects on your iPad or Android tablet.

 

  A R Pinterest


10 Reasons to use Virtual Reality in the Classroom

 

This is What Google Expeditions Can Do in a Classroom

 

Virtual Reality in the Classroom

Expeditions - spreadsheet

 

VR Apps

 

Symbaloo VR Apps

 

VR Ready Smartphone

 

Digital Textbooks

A Next-Generation Digital Book - video

iBook Digital Textbooks - video

iBook
iBook Author

3D PRINTER

 

3 D Printer - video

 

3D Printer Resources

for the Classroom

 

5th Graders Utilize 3D Printing to Create Their Own Custom Cities

 

3D Printer - What Is It?

 

3 D Printer Ear for Boy

 

3 D Printers in Surgery

 

3D Printing can Inspire Collaboration and Innovation In Many Academic Subject Areas

 

Prices of 3D Printers

 

APP Store

 

*NYT VR

*Discovery VR

*VR Ocean

*VR Roller Coaster

*Acquarium VR

 

Virtual Reality Pinterest

 

 

Google Expeditions

 

Expedition Teacher Tips

 

Google Expeditions Tutorial

 

Expeditions Resource Guide

 

What is Expeditions?

 

Field Trip

 

***Pandora for Classrooms

 

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WEEK 5 - September 26 & 28

 

Class Wiki

 

HYPERDOC for SEPTEMBER 26 & 28

 

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BACK CHANNEL CHAT ROOM:

Chat A
Chat B
Chat C
Chat D


TWEET REPORT

#edchat
#edtech

 

 

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Virtual Reality

 

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Choose Lesson Plan Topic from SD State Standards

Lesson Plan Due: December 5

 

 

Lesson Plan Topic Ideas

 

 State Standards Topic High School

 

Secondary English: (author study) Mark Twain, Shakespeare, Charles Dickens, poetry

Lesson Plan Topics - type in your topic and Standard Lesson Plan Student List - type in your name and lesson topic Lesson Plan Form

**Template - use this one for your lesson plan that you will create.

Write a summary in each of the activity boxes on the template on what the students will do in that part of the lesson.

 

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NEARPOD

5 Ways Nearpod Changes Teaching

My Library> put cursor over your lesson>Click on 3 white dots>Click Share> Click Embed> Copy Code> Wiki> Edit>Widget>paste code> save

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NearPod

Nearpod is an engaging presentation tool that works on iPads, web browsers, Chromebooks, Android devices, laptops you name it.

Teachers can design their own Nearpod lessons or search through the awesome activities available on their site.

NEARPOD - teacher


Free 50 mg

Gold pricing - 3 gig
What is Nearpod? - video

EXPLORE LESSONS

Self-Paced Nearpod Webinar

Students

 

NEARPOD

-Plants

- Landforms

 

 

- Explore the Oceans

 

ASSIGNMENT

Create a 4-slide Nearpod lesson for the lesson plan topic you have choosen. The first slide will be an introduction and the other 3 slides will be a video and websites on your topic.

How to Share a Lesson

Post it on your
Wiki Lesson Plan page.

Due: October 19

 

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MICROSOFT OFFICE 2016

 

Microsoft Office OneNote

Microsoft OneNote
video tutorial

OneNote Tutorial
Microsoft Word

Microsoft Word worksheet
Template

Sample



Office WORD 2013 Quick Reference Sheet

Office WORD 2016
Quick Reference Sheet






Custom Cheat Sheets




Microsoft PowerPoint


Office  2013
POWERPOINT
Reference Sheet


Office 2016
POWERPOINT

Reference Sheet


Making Chain Links
in PPT


Inserting Multimedia
video 14:37

Jazz Up Your PowerPoint
video 11:56

Awesome Things You Can Do
 In PowerPoint


Breathe Life into Your
PowerPoint Slides


Split Images in PowerPoint

Microsoft Publisher

Features in 2013

Tutorial Video
4:45

2016 Tutorial Videos





Microsoft Excel

Excel Basics


Office EXCEL Quick Reference Sheet

Add Numbers in
Excel 2013



How to Create
a Gradebook in Excel - video




Office 365
Quick Reference


Office Mix

Video
Deep Dive: OneNote, Sway, Office Mix


Modern Notetaking 101


Assignment:

Create a Notebook
with two tabs for your present classes you are taking and one tab called Lecture Notes.

You do not need to post this.
Assignments for WORD:
1. Complete
Microsoft Word worksheet
*Template

*Sample

2. Create a three - section brochure document about yourself - see checklist
 
Sample

Post it on your Wiki on the page named
Microsoft Office.

DUE: Oct. 31
Assignment for POWERPOINT:

Create a 10-slide PowerPoint on your lesson plan topic using all the features on the checklist.
This PowerPoint is
for the students.
Post it on your Wiki on the page named Microsoft Office.

Example:
Parts of a P
lant

DUE: Nov. 7
Assignment for PUBLISHER:

Create a 2 column newsletter on your lesson plan topic using all the features on the checklist.
This newsletter is
for the students.
Post it on your Wiki on the page named
Microsoft Office.



DUE: Nov. 2
Assignment for EXCEL:

Create a Gradebook in Excel
using the following tutorial.


Create a Gradebook
 in Excel

Tutorial

Save the Gradebook you created and post it on the Wiki page named
Microsoft Office.

DUE:
Oct. 19


Flippity

Turn Your Spreadsheet into . . .

 

 

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WEEK 6 - October 3 & 5

Class Wiki

 

HYPERDOC FOR OCT. 3 & 5

 

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iPADS

12 Good iPad Apps for Elementary Students

iPad tips for Teachers

How to Backup Your iPad to iCloud

3 Technology Tips for Parents of Young Children

 

Look I am Learning! -

video 5:54

 

Kindergarten Students Using iPads

video 2:10

 

iPad Christmas Music

video

 

*North Points iBand

 

*iPhone Band

video

 

 

 

 

iPad Keyboard



View some of
Kathy Schrock's iPad Sites


iPads in the Classroom  1st Grade
- video 2:41

View some of
Cybraryman's iPad sites


11 Free iBooks for K-12 Students

 50 Ideas on Using iPads in Classrooms

How to Play Flash Content on Your iPad
You might try:
 iSwifter
 Photon Flash 
 Puffin Web
 Skyfire Web

*Teaching Common Core Math With iPads


*Out Of This World Apps - App Search

 

*12 Characteristics
of an iPad Ready Classroom

SmartBoard NotebookApp

Apps Gone Free

Class Do Jo -
Behavior Management App

 

Sound APP - Too Noisy

Online too

5 Ways to Project
Your iPad on a Projector Screen


AirPlay

VGA Adapter

Air Server
Info

Splashtop App

Apple TV
Interesting Ways to Use
 iPads in the Classroom

The 10 Types of
Educational Apps and
When to Use Them

iPad Pinterest

 

iPad Apps for Education

 

Paper App for iPhones and iPads

JOURNAL ARTICLE REPORT

Assignment: Read and write a

1-2 page double-spaced report on a journal article about

C. Technology

1. What is Games-based Learning?

2. Can Virtual Reality “teach” empathy?

3. Interactive Storytelling and Coding

4. How 3 Teachers Used Expeditions

5. How to Create a Makerspace in any Space

 

Single space your name

and Journal article title at the top of your page.

 

Post your 1-2 page report on your Wiki
on the page called Journal Reports
and on the LMS.

 

Journal Report Checklist

 

DUE: Oct. 17

 

 

 

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INTERNET

 

 

Snipping Tool

START > All Programs > Accessories folder > Snipping Tool

PingPong Poll/Survey

 

 

Video Tutorial

 

Tutorial

 

Guest/Host

apete2

 

1. What is you favorite browser?

Type it in the text box.

 

2. Draw two shapes in the draw box.

Kiddle - search engine for kids

 

Self Evaluation Elementary

 

 

Tech With Tia - March Chrome Apps

14 Smart Ways to Use Smartphone Cameras in the Classroom

 

 

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GREEN SCREEN PROJECT

 

Using DO INK on the iPad

 

1. Start Script

2. Find pictures - these will be saved on the iPads.

3. Sign up with another person for the videotaping with the iPad.

4. Green Screen Project signup

 

Green Screen
Visual Guide


Green Screen Magic

Green Screen Documentation - Do Ink
Use Green background on
SmartBoard to create videos
Green Screen Examples
Green Screen/Do Ink Screen Basics Tutorial - video

Do Ink PDF Tutorial
3 Tips for Green Screen in the Classroom Green Screen Book Blurps

Green Screen Using Do Ink - video
Do Ink Tutorial Green Screen Magic Resources Green Screen
Conference Speaker - video
ASSIGNMENT: Create a Greenscreen video of
a place in the world you would like to visit.

Use 3-4 pictures in the background. You will be describing the pictures as you are being videotaped in front of the green screen.

Due: December 5

What to buy for a Green Screen classroom

1.Create a storyboard.
2. Write a script
3. Write a short story.

Do Ink

1. Save background images and
2. Save student iPad video presentations
3. Put image or images in layer 1
4. Put video in layer 2
7. Add all images and videos
8. When finished be sure to tell the program it is done. Go to end of video and locate the stopwatch.
9. Click Produce - the up arrow - now.
10. Click Save to Camera Roll.
11. Choose HD version.
                                          12. Can Share out to YouTube, Google Drive, or Drop Box to store it. Choose Google Drive.


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Lesson Plan Student List - type in your name and lesson topic

 

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 SMARTBOARD

 

Green Screen Project signup

 

Sign-up Sheet for Green Screen Script Video

 

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SMARTBOARDS

Video Tutorials

SmartBoard Notebook 16.0 - video

 

 Morning Calendar - N:drive

 

Online books - The Very Hungry Caterpillar read by author Eric Carle

 

Peterson SmartBoard Symbaloo

 

SmartBoard Sites

 

Smart Table - video

SmartTable Collaborative Learning Center - video

 

Smart Table Technology in Kindergarten

video

 

Promethean smart table - video

SmartBoards in Special Education

Smart Solutions in
Early Learning
- video

 


Using the Gallery

Lesson Activity Toolkit

SmartBoard Activity Maker

PDF Overview


Tools on the SmartBoard -

go over tools

Open Smartboard on your computers and follow along.

Tools on the SmartBoard - handout

Smart Exchange
 over 50,000 lessons

 

Save or open in Smartboard Express

 

Smart Exchange Widgets

Smart Exchange Videos

 

Signup for Dropbox

Create a folder called Tech in Ed

 

Download 1 lesson to your

DropBox Tech in Ed folder

Smart Notebook Express Online

Good Internet Sites for the SmartBoard

SMARTBOARD K-12 Sites

EPIC! books

ZING books

Unite for Literacy books

iStoryBooks books


iSmartBoard


Math Sites


SmartBoard Lesson Ideas


All Interactive Whiteboard Resources

Building 21st Century Classrooms

 

SmartBoard Resources - Good!

 

e-Learning for Kids

Find 7 SmartBoard lessons in the area of your major at

Smart Exchange.

Download them to your computer.

Sign up for Dropbox.

STEP-BY-STEP TUTORIAL

to add lessons to Dropbox.

 

 

Due: October 19

SMARTBOARD ASSIGNMENT

DUE: March 23

 

Create a six-slide lesson on one State Standard topic.

 

Open SmartBoard

Click on Lesson Activity Toolkit 2.0

Click on Activities

Add the following to your SmartBoard slides:

 

 

 

Anagram - 4 items
Category Sort - 6
Image Match - 4
Keyword Match - 4
Multiple Choice - 3
Sentence Arrange - 8

 

Click on EDIT for each and type the information in on a topic in the area of your Education major.

 

 6-slide
SmartBoard Activity checklist

 

Save it to your computer and then upload it to your Dropbox. Put the shared URL on your Wiki.

 

DUE: October 24

PINTEREST

SmartBoard Lessons - Pinterest

SmartBoard Ideas - Pinterest

SmartBoard Pinterest Boards

**SmartBoard Ideas**

Create a SmartBoard
Pinterest Board
and add 15 pins to it.

DUE:
December 5

 

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Complete SmartBoard Activities

 

Create a six-slide SmartBoard lesson on one State Standard topic.

 

 

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WEEK 7 - October 10 & 12

HyperDoc Assignment HyperDoc for Oct 10 & 12

 

MIDTERM SURVEY

complete

 

 

LESSON PLAN

Lesson Plan Student List

 

Lesson Plan

 

Choose a topic from the following:

 

Lesson Plan Topic Ideas

 

 State Standards Topic

 

Secondary English: (author study) Mark Twain, Shakespeare, Charles Dickens, poetry


Fill in Name:

Topic:

 Grade Level:

State Standard:

Anticipatory Set:

 

Lesson Plan Anticipatory Set: -

find an online book or video on your lesson plan topic

Hyperlink the title of the book or video

 

KWL - Use this to find out what the students know about the topic, what they want to know and at the end of the lesson, what they learned.

 

On lesson plan:

 

First, we will complete the K and W on a KWL Chart to see what the students know and want to know about (add your topic).

edShelf

Type in your lesson plan topic


Power My Learning

Good site to find resources
for your lesson plan

Gooru Learning - topic search engine

WebQuests

Zunal WebQuests

Find 1 WebQuests on your
lesson plan topic.

Technology Ideas

*Foldable Books
*Poster in Google Drawing

*Linoit Board

*Padlet Board

*Web Page Activities

*Online Videos

*Google Docs

word processing

Presentation

*Google Forms
Quiz, Survey, or video worksheet

*QR Code Worksheet

*SmartBoard

PINDEX

Pindex is a pinboard to collect and discover the best educational material.  Anyone can create boards to share their passion and enjoy the adventure of learning.

Click on a Guide to Pindex
Click on Ancient Egypt and explore

Geography Sample

ASSIGNMENT

*Create a Lesson Plan

**Template - use this one for your lesson plan you will create.

COPY to your Google Drive.

 

**Lesson Plan Example

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Technology Lesson Plan

 

OTHER INTERNET SITES

 

CK-12 Study Guides

21 Things for Students

Get the Math

 

Storybots

 

Lingro

 

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HYPERDOC

What is a HyperDoc?

Go Paperless With HyperDocs - video

What is a HyperDoc?

Hyperdoc Templates

HyperDocs are the solution to personalized instruction using technology in today’s modern classroom.

With a HyperDoc you can repackage your lesson plans on a Google Doc to engage students in innovative ways! 

HyperDocs include five to seven tasks for students to complete.

 

Lesson Planning and Delivery Using HyperDocs - video

 

Cultural Revolution HyperDoc

HYPERDOC


Sample HyperDoc - Animal Habitat
Math Review Board


Create an 8 Site HYPERDOC on your lesson plan topic.
This HYPERDOCt is for the students.
Include: video sites, interactive sites, and info sites

Include pictures in the cells

This will be the iPad/Chromebooks part of your lesson plan.


DUE: Nov. 2

Post the HYPERDOC on the HYPERDOC Wiki page.


Resources

Peterson Pinterest Boards

 

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BREAKOUT EDU

 

Breakout - vido Elementary

Breakout - video Middle School

BreakOut - video Middle School
Using BreakOut EDU - slide show

BreakOut Ideas -Pinterest

 

 

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WEEK 8 - October 17 (FALL BREAK) & 19

Class Wiki

 

October 19

 

Assignment HyperDoc

 

 

Oral Group Chat

Journal Article - Technology

 

 Chat Group A

Chat Group B

Chat Group C

Chat Group D

 

 

 

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LESSON PLAN

Template

Lesson Plan Student List

 

Vocabulary Online Activity - choose one from list

Choose 8 words to use in your lesson plan

*Quizlet

*Vocabulary Word Maps

*Vocabulary Strategies

*Fun Vocabulary Activities for High School
*Baker Bingo

Landforms Bingo
*Spelling City

*Livebinders

What it is: Live Binders is a website that allows you to view links like pages in a book instead of URLs on a page.

Find a Livebinder on the topic of your Lesson Plans.

 

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Voki

Voki

 

Tutorial - video 5.26

 

How to use Voki in a Classroom

Creating Talking Avatars

Voki in the Classroom - Pinterest

**Voki Sites**
Create a Voki introducing yourself and put it on the home page of your Wiki.
Include the following:
Your first and last name, that you are a student at USF majoring in elementary education or whatever your major is. Include why you want to be a teacher.

Do not choose pictures with
the graduation cap.
Those are for paid users only.

Embed the code on your
home page of your Wiki.


DUE: Oct. 24

 

 

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INTERNET

 

    Symbaloo

Symbaloo Manual

Copying a Symbaloo Webmix

Embedding a Webmix

Embedding Google Document

Symbaloo Pinterest

Symbaloo Manual

Peterson Symbaloo
-Art Symbaloo
Apps VR  
-Children's Literature
-Web 2.0 Tools
-High School English - copy
-Just Dance - copy
-Chemistry - copy
-Spanish - copy
-Middle School/High School Math - copy

Count Patterns
Early Childhood Books
Create an account.
Add 5 different Symbaloo pages.



1. Lesson Plan Topic

2-5 Choose from below:

i.e., Math, Science, Social Studies, Reading, Videos, Web 2.0 Tools, Children's Books, Authors

or topics in your major area of study.


Add 10 Internet buttons for each page.

You can use some of your Pinterest Pins.

Post the URL on a Wiki page called Symbaloo.

Due: Nov. 22
                     WEBINAR



50+ Ways to Use Technology in the Classroom
Vicki Davis - Cool Cat Teacher - blog

Backchannel (take notes)
on a

Google Doc Template -

copy it to your Google Drive.





EdWeb Webinars


 

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SMARTBOARD GROUPS

 

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WEEK 9 - October 24 & 26

Class Wiki

 

ASSIGNMENT HYPERDOC

 

 

WEB 1.0. 2.0. 3.0 video

 

Web 1.0 is a retronym
(a word introduced
because an existing term
has become inadequate)
which refers to the state of the World Wide Web, and any website design style used before the advent of the Web 2.0 ...  Wikipedia

In Web 1.0, users are viewed as mere receivers and consumers of content.

source
Web 2.0 = Web 2.0 websites allow users to do more than just retrieve information. They can build on the interactive facilities of
"Web 1.0" to provide "Network as platform" computing, allowing users to run software-applications entirely through a browser. - Wikipedia

In Web 2.0 things are a bit different. Users are empowered with tools
that permit them
more interaction and participation in
knowledge building.

source
Web 3.0 = The next generation of the Web -- Web 3.0 -- makes tasks like your search for movies and food faster and easier. Instead of multiple searches, you can type a complex sentence or two in your Web 3.0 browser, and the Web will do the rest.
In the example, you could type "I want to see a funny movie and then eat at a good Mexican restaurant. What are my options?"
The Web 3.0 browser will analyze your response, search the Internet for all possible answers, and then organize the results for you.
­
That's not all. Many of these experts believe that
the Web 3.0 browser can act like a personal assistant
.
As you search the Web, the browser learns what you are interested in. The more you use the Web, the more your browser learns about you and the less specific you'll need to be with your questions. You can ask your browser open questions like "where should I go for lunch?" Your browser would consult its records of what you like and dislike, take into account your current location and then suggest a list of restaurants. -
 How Stuff Works

Web 3.0 - take off

Ordering Pizza


Example:
Pandora -
type in your favorite
music or singer

 

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INTERNET

Voice of the Active Learner - video


TEACHING AND LEARNING - video

Learning in the Digital Age - video

21st Century Learning - video

 

 


JOURNAL ARTICLE REPORT

CYBERBULLYING

1-2 page double-spaced report on a journal article about Cyberbullying (see Wiki - Journal/Webinars). Chat about your report in chatroom on April 18

Post your report on your Wiki on the page called Journal Reports.

 

Journal Report Checklist

 

DUE: Nov. 14

The Lost Generation

 

 

Art of Teaching

 

- view slideshow

 

6 Internet Tricks You Should Be Using

video

 

.

BLENDSPACE

Tutorial

Create a 6 -cell canvas with
3 videos,
2 web sites and 1 picture about the topic of your lesson plan.

Put it on a Wiki page called Blendspace.
Example

DUE: Nov. 9

Flipsnack - create 2

FlipSnack Examples

Flipsnack - Pinterest

1. Open up one of your PowerPoints

Save it as a PDF, use Flipsnack to create a book.

Embed the document on a Wiki page called Flipsnack.

2. Create a Flipsnack for a PDF document found on the N:Drive. Education>Edu240 Arlys>PDF

 

Embed Flipsnack Document on your Wiki on page titled - Flipsnack

             DUE: Nov. 9


Earth Cams

 

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SMARTBOARD GROUPS

 

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WEEK 10 - October 31 & November 2

 

ASSIGNMENT HYPERDOC

 

Presentation signup

 

If you miss a class when presentations are given, you will need to write a one page report for each of the topics covered.

The reports will be due one-week after you missed a presentation.**

 

 

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Webinar

 

Back Channel on Google Doc

 

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GROUP WORK  for PRESENTATIONS

 

PRESENTATION ASSIGNMENTS

Person 1:

Screen capture of the site

(use snipping tool)

Overview of the Program

 

A short summary of program


Person 2:

Video Tutorial of program from YouTube

(link a YouTube video)

How it is used in education

 


Person 3: and 4 if the group has 4 people

Handout with screenshots and step-by step directions on how to use the tool.

(Link to a Tildee you created.)

 

PRESENTATION TEMPLATE - copy it to your Google Drive.

 

Meet with your group

GROUP WORK - PRESENTATIONS

 

TECHNOLOGY PRESENTATION TOPICS

Presentation Rubric

 

PRESENTATION TEMPLATE - copy it to your Google Drive.

 

30 minutes

PRESENTER A: Create a Google Slides for your presentation – Include:

  1. Screen capture of the site

  2. Overview of the Program

  3. Video Tutorial from YouTube

  4. How it is used in education

 

PRESENTER B: Create a Tildee that includes a step-by-step procedure on how to run the program you introduce.

1. You will teach the students how to use the program.

 

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If you miss a class when presentations are given, you will need to write a one page report for each of the topics covered.

The reports will be due one-week after you missed a presentation.**

 

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WEEK 11 - November 7 & 9

ASSIGNMENTS HYPERDOC Nov. 7 & 9

 

Class Wiki

Science Videos That Will Blow Your Mind

 

9 Ways to Create Videos on Chromebooks

 

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LESSON PLAN

 

SmartBoard Lesson

Find a SmartBoard Activity for your lesson topic at:

SmartExchange

 

Example - click on the title and copy URL to hyperlink title on your lesson plan.
On your lesson plan, write a short summary of what the SmartBoard lesson is about.

 

 

Plant 

 

Chromebook/iPad Activity

 

iPad/Chromebook Activity - HyperDoc you created.

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QR CODES

 

Using QR Codes in the Classroom

 



Generators

QR Stuff


QR Code Generator
Kaywa

***

Chromebook
QRCode Generator

from Chrome Store

QR Codes in Books

                     

***
Quiz Creator

Scavenger  Hunt Generator

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IDEAS

QR Code Posters




QR Codes in Math


QR Codes in Art Classrooms


Pinterest -
QR Codes in the Classroom

QR Codes Pinterest

QR Code Ideas Pinterest

ASSIGNMENTS:

1. QR Code Generators -  create a QR Code Activity Sheet (8 Cells) on your lesson plan topic.

Create in Word - choose landscape format and
put in a table 4 x 2.

 

Put information, directions

 

 on what to do and a QR


 Code
with an Internet Activity link

 

 for students to complete online

 

 in each of the 8 cells. Also,


add
a picture to each cell.

 

 

Put a Title and the State

 

Standard in the Header.


Post it on your Wiki on a

 

 page called QR Codes

 

AND

 

 on the LMS.

 

 

QR Stuff

Worksheet Sample

 

Book Sample

 

Directions

1. Paste Internet URL into
QR Stuff.


2. Choose color.

3. Click Download and then
click Open.

4. Right Click + Copy

5. Paste QR Code on 8- cell
Word Chart.

6. Click Paste.

7. Right click and click Wrap Text. Choose Square.
Readers

Qrafter Reader

QR Reader

 

 

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Assistive Technology for Special Needs Populations

View the five videos below in the green boxes and write a summary using the Video Summary Worksheet for each video.
Post it on your Wiki on a page called Assistive Technology.

 

Video Summary Worksheet

 

 

Assistive Technology in Action - Meet Sam

video 4:14
The Sound Of Learning

video 8:19
Assistive Technology -
Enabling Dreams

Video 10:35
Assistive Technology and Education Success
Video 7:55
TED TALK - Robotics
 
Video
10:21

 

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ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

USING TECHNOLOGY TO EMPOWER STUDENTS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS - article

Assistive Technology - article

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WEEK 12 - November 14 & 16

Class Wiki

 

 Go to Flipgrid and on a computer with a camera and speaker

tell in 1 minute and 30 second what you learned

about cyberbullyig in the article that you read for class.

 

 

Flipgrid

 

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INTERNET - Digital Footprints/Digital Citizenship

 

Wild About Safety - Disney

 

Digital Footprints

The amount of content, whether it be words, photos, audio, or video that is traceable back to a given individual.

 

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Google - type in your name

 

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What is a Digital Footprint? - video

 

Can Your Digital Footprint Be Erased? - video

 

Understanding the Impact
of Digital Footprints - video

 

Digital Footprint

 

Digital Footprint Slideshow

 

Managing Digital Footprints

 

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Digital Citizenship

DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP MATERIALS


Digital Citizenship - video


                   Digital Citizenship


"Connected But Alone? - video

Common Sense Tips for
Digital Generation Parents
- video

Digital Citizen Resources

Super Digital Citizenship - video



Digital Citizenship Online Resources

Digital Citizen Lesson Grades 2-5 !!

Digital Passport lesson

Digital Passport

Digital Citizenship
from Practical EdTech Handbook
Whether our students are in Kindergarten or high school before we send them out on the web we should be teaching them digital citizenship.
Elementary School Resources
PBS Kids offers the Webonauts Academy (http://pbskids.org/webonauts/) in which elementary school students can learn about safe online behaviors. When students have completed all of the Webonauts missions they will graduate from the Webonauts Academy.
The Council
of Europe has offers a game called Through the Wild Web Woods (http://www.wildwebwoods.org). Through the Wild Web Woods is designed for students ages seven through ten to learn how to spot danger on the Internet and what to do when they do spot danger on the Internet. The game is available in twenty-four languages.
 Professor Garfield teaches students how to be safe online, how to recognize and respond to cyberbullying, and how to decide if something is a fact or an opinion. These educational activities can be found in the free Professor Garfield apps; Online Safety (http://bit.ly/ftgarfield), Fact or Opinion (http://bit.ly/ftgarfield1), Cyberbullying (http://bit.ly/ftgarfield2). All of the free Professor Garfield iPad apps use the same format. The format is a set of comic strips that students read to learn about the issues the app is focused on. At the end of the comic strips students play some simple games to practice recognizing good online behaviors.
AT&T's Safety Land (http://bit.ly/ftatt) is a nice game through which kids learn and practice recognizing danger on the Internet. The game is set in the city of "Safety Land." As students navigate from building to building in Safety Land they are confronted with a series of scenarios and questions to respond to. If they respond correctly to each scenario they will capture the cyber criminal and send him to the Safety Land jail. Students who send the cyber criminal to Safety Land jail receive a certificate that they can print out.
Digital Passport (
http://bitly.com/ftdpp) The purpose of the Digital Passport program is to provide students in grades three through five with lessons and games for learning responsible digital behavior. Digital Passport uses videos and games to teach students about cyberbullying, privacy, safety and security, responsible cell phone use, and copyright. Students earn badges for successfully completing each phase of the Digital Passport program.
Middle School / High School Resources
A Thin Line (http://www.athinline.org/) is a digital safety education resource produced by MTV in collaboration with other media partners. The purpose of the site is to educate teenagers and young adults about the possible repercussions of their digital activities. A Thin Line offers a series of fact sheets about topics like sexting, digital spying, and excessive text messaging and instant messaging. A Thin Line gives students advice on how to recognize those behaviors, the dangers of those behaviors, and how to protect your digital identity. Students can also take a short quiz to practice identifying risky digital behaviors.
Own Your Space (
http://bitly.com/ftmsft) is a free ebook designed to educate tweens and teens about protecting themselves and their stuff online. Each chapter goes into great detail explaining the technical threats that students' computers face online as well as the personal threats to data that students can face online.  ThinkB4U (http://www.thinkb4u.com/)  is a series of web safety videos and tutorials from Google and its partners. Using the "choose your own adventure" aspect of YouTube video editing, ThinkB4U offers interactive videos to educate viewers about things like protecting online reputations, avoiding scams, research and critical thinking, and responsible text messaging. ThinkB4U is divided into three basic sections; students, parents, and educators. Each section addresses nine different topics related to safe and responsible use of the Internet and cell phones. The sections include short videos about the topics, a short written lesson, and some interactive games on the topics of responsible use of the Internet and of cell phones. The Educators' section of ThinkB4U offers lesson plans from Common Sense Media and the National Consumer League.
Seven Digital Deadly Sins Sins (
http://sins.nfb.ca/#/Grid)  is an interactive story produced by the National Film Board of Canada. The story contains seven chapters each containing short videos, essays, and polls. The videos and essays tell the stories of people suffering from digital sins like greed (illegally downloading media) and wrath (cyberbullying). After reading or watching the stories viewers can vote on questions about what they would do in similar situations.

 

 

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View the following online newspapers

Today's Front Pages Newsy*** Small Town Newspapers

Newspaper Map

a site where you can find
translated newspapers in the world

News Map

 

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WEB 2.0 TOOLS

 

1. EdPuzzle

EdPuzzle Resources - new

Tutorial video
EdPuzzle in the Classroom - video

EdPuzzle 3-minute Tutorial - video

Create 3 questions on a YouTube video using the topic of your lesson plan.

Post it on the Lesson Plan Wiki Page.

 

Users simply register for an account and then create classes. Each class gets its own code that students use for joining. Teachers can search and upload videos from YouTube, TED-Ed, Vimeo, KhanAcademy, and other sites. Then you create a lesson by embedding questions in the video that provides immediate formative data and allows you to check for understanding. Questions can be multiple-choice or open-ended.

 

 

2. Educannon Now  Playposit

Video Bulbs

 

Tutorial - video

 

Playposit - blog

Create 3 questions on a YouTube video using the topic of your lesson plan.

Post it on the Lesson Plan Wiki Page.

 

3. Vizia

Preview

Vizia is a free tool for creating video-based quizzes. On Vizia you an import a video from YouTube or from Wistia and then add questions along the timeline of the video. You can ask multiple choice questions as well as short answer/ open-response questions. Adding a poll question into the video is also a possibility in Vizia. All of the responses to your questions are collected in a spreadsheet that you can download and or open in Google Sheets.

 

4. VideoNot.es

Tutorial - video

Connects with Google Drive

The easiest way to take notes synchronized with videos!

 

5. Caption Generator

Adding Captions to YouTube videos

 

YouTube

QUIZZES

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7. You can create and play class quiz games at quizizz.com. It’s a lot like Kahoot. The major difference is that Quizizz displays the question and answer options on each students’ screen. Kahoot, on the other hand, displays the question on one screen and students’ screen show only clickable buttons

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8. Teacher simply clicks the Quizlet Live button on any Quizlet study set that has at least 12 unique items. The game works with sets that are all text and with ones that have images. You need at least 6 students to play. Students go to quizlet.live in any device’s web browser and enter the access code for the game the teacher initiated. After all students have joined, Quizlet Live randomly divides students into teams of 3 or 4 players. Each team gets a randomly selected animal mascot. Student move so they are seated with their teammates. Once the game is started, teams race to match 12 terms and definitions.

Quizlet.com/live

type in code

Tutorial

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 9. Quizalize is a new website for playing class quiz games. The teacher can input her own questions or find a pre-made quiz. Students join the game by logging in or with a game code and are assigned to one of two teams. The teacher’s computer can either display team progress on a projector screen or be for the teacher to view who is doing well and who might need some help with the content.

Results shown

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10. Triventy is a website for group surveys and quiz games. The teacher can input her own questions or find pre-made questions. Students join the game by logging in with a game code The teacher’s computer displays questions on a projector screen, and student devices also show the question and response buttons. Teachers can sign up for free at triventy.com.


Web Tools

 

26 Teacher Tools to
Create Online Assessments

 

10 Collaborative
Technology Projects

 
Manipulatives

 

Dulingo


Paper Rater

NBC Learn

 

FutureMe.org

 

50 of the Best Teaching Apps for 2016

Diffen - compare any two things

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton

Revolutionary War and Civil War

Create a 5-question or vocabulary quiz in each of the following:


1. Quizizz
2. Kahoot
3. Quizlet

 

 

Post URL for each on your Wiki

on a page called Quizzes

 


FAVORITE WEB 2.0 TOOL
List your favorite tool
          Google Drive Doc
*Crossword Puzzle Maker

 

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Work on past Assignments and Final Presentation

 

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GROUP WORK - PRESENTATIONS

 

TECHNOLOGY PRESENTATION TOPICS

Presentation Rubric

30 minutes

PRESENTER A: Create a POWERPOINT or PREZI for your presentation – Include:

  1. Screen capture of the site

  2. Overview of the Program

  3. Video Tutorial from YouTube

  4. How it is used in education

 

PRESENTER B: Create a Tildee that includes a step-by-step procedures on how to run the program you introduce.

1. You will teach the students how to use the program.

 

** The documents (Tildee and PowerPoint/Prezi) are to be printed out
and handed in to the instructor
one week before the presentation.

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If you miss a class when presentations are given, you will need to write a one page report for each of the topics covered.

The reports will be due one-week after you missed a presentation.**

 

 

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WEEK 13 - November 21 & 28

ASSIGNMENTS HYPERDOC

 

 

Draw a Stickman

Accessories Snipping Tool


LESSON PLAN -

Writing Activity

 

Create a Writing Activity using Google Docs or an iPad App

 

 (example - Blank Page)

Explain a writing acitivity you will have the students do.

 

 

  Writing Ideas

LESSON PLAN - PROJECT

 

 Project: Have students create a project using one of the Web 2.0 tools you learned about in Tech in Ed.(Choose 1)

1. Padlet - have students find 3 pictures, 2 videos, 3 Internet sites, and post 4 notes about the topic or

2. Linoit -have students find 3 pictures, 2 videos, 3 Internet site, and post 4 notes about the topic or

3. Google Presentation - like PowerPoint but on Google Drive or

4. Flipsnack - example Landforms (create a PowerPoint and turn it into a Flip Book.)

5. ABC book about topic using Google Docs

6. Drawing Tools/Online Logo Maker

7. emaza

 

 

Choose one and explain on the Lesson Plan what you will have the students do for the project.

LESSON PLAN - Closing Activity

 

Create some type of exit slip for students to complete to asses what they learned.

  

Link to an Exit Slip Idea on the Internet - Pinterest - Exit Slips

Google Forms

 Get Kahoot - create
Kahoot.it - student play

Kahoot Academy Guide

Kahoot Jumble

Chemistry Kahoot

Fractions 1st Grade

What Does the Gettsburg Address Mean?

or

Quizizz

Subject Verb Agreement

Landforms
or

Quizaline

quizz

 

22 Powerful Closure Activities

 

 

RUBISTAR

Create a four level rubric using RubiStar and
print it.


RUBRICS FOR TEACHERS


MORE RUBRICS FOR TEACHERS

*Assessment and Rubrics -
Kathy Shrock
Embed two YouTube Videos
on your Wiki
on a page called Videos.
Digital Nation

View the Digital Nation video and write a
report. Discuss the following topics:
Worksheet
8 Tech Tips for Differentiating in an Inclusive Classroom


Great Site for Lesson Ideas -
Common Core


EducationalTechnology and Mobile Learning
Technology List


*Lang-8


*24/7 Science

*My Simpleshow
Tutorial

 

*Bam! Radio

Every Classroom Matters

 

*CommonLit

 

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INTERNET/ WEB 2.0 TOOLS

 

 

What does it take to be a
Connected Educator?       

Willingness to be digitally literate.

Willingness to seek out and connect
with other educators.

Willingness to explore and share ideas
with other educators

Willingness to develop and

maintain a Professional Learning Network

(PLN) of sources.

Willingness to engage, and

share pertinent Education Blogs.

Willingness to be a lifelong learner
in pursuit of relevance
.

Integrating Technology - video

 

 

Teaching in the 21st Century - video

6 Terrific Tools to
Transform Your 2016


Webinar

Backchannel

 

COMMON CORE AND TECHNOLOGY

 

Common Core Cheat Sheet, Resources,

 

Exactly What The Common Core

  Standards Say About Technology -

 

"The Common Core standards don’t just suggest novel technology use as a way to “engage students,” but rather requires learners to make complex decisions about how, when, and why to use technology–something educators must do as well.
In the past, tech use—whether limited or gratuitous—has been more a matter of preference or available resources than a must-do requirement.
With the Common Core, such use is now a matter of law."

10 Free Web Tools to Promote Reading

 

Login: arlys.peterson@usiouxfalls.edu

siouxfallssd

Simple K12 Webinar

 

Google Docs Back Channel Worksheet

 

 

 Back Channel on Google Docs

 

Wikipedia

Open Wikipedia

How to turn an article
 into an e-Book - video

Follow along and do each step.

Guide


Save it as a PDF and create a booklet out of it using Flipsnack. Post it on your Wiki on a page
called Wikipedia e-Book.

Example - Kennedy

Copyright

A Fair(y) Use Tale - video

A video created by Professor Eric Faden of Bucknell University. He Created a humorous, yet informative, review of copyright principles using sayings from our favorite Disney characters.

 

Copyright and Fair Use Guidelines for Teachers - handout

Adam Bellow's
Educational Tech Commandments
- video



TitanPad
  - Backchanneling
 while you watch the video, 
type in comments about the video
on this Titan Pad.


Titan Pad - main page

Class TitanPad - East

Class TitanPad - West

 

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GROUP WORK

#1 Person create a PowerPoint

1. Create a POWERPOINT or PREZI for your presentation – Include:

  1. Screen capture of the site

  2. Overview of the Program

  3. Video Tutorial from YouTube

  4. How it is used in education

 

#2 Person create a step-by-step handout on the program

You will teach the class how to use the Web 2.0 Tool.

 

Presentations must be 30 minutes

 

 

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WEEK 14 - Nov. 30

Class Wiki

 

 

PRESENTATIONS

Presentation Rubric

 

PRESENTATION TEMPLATE - copy it to your Google Drive.

 

30 minutes

1. Create a POWERPOINT or PREZI for your presentation – Include:

  1. Screen capture of the site

  2. Overview of the Program

  3. Video Tutorial from YouTube

  4. How it is used in education

2. The document is to be printed out and handed in to the instructor one week before the presentation.

3. The Tildee must include a step-by-step procedures on how to run the program you introduce.

4. You will teach the students how to use the program.

A person - create the PowerPoint/Prezi

B person create the Tildee

If you miss a class when presentations are given,you will need to write a one page report for each of the topics covered.

The reports will be due one-week after you missed a presentation.**

 

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Technology Final - take home

 

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Thursday - Nov. 30

 

PRESENTATION - Group 1 -

 

 PowToon AND Thinglink

PRESENTATION - Group 2 -

 

Google Earth

 

10 Amazing Google Geo Tools for Your Classroom

 

New Google Earth

                   Google Earth

                                Google Earth Pro - now free!

                  Google Earth VR

                Google Earth Pinterest Sites

                      Google Earth Community

                   Google Earth Street View

                        Google Earth for Educators


 

WEEK 15: Dec. 5 & 7: PRESENTATIONS


Dec. 5
PRESENTATION - Group 3

English: Blogging

 

Blogger

and

Word Booster

 

 

 

PRESENTATION - Group 4

 

Prezi

 

Dec. 7

 

PRESENTATION - Group 5

 

Socrative

and

Quizlet Live




PRESENTATION - Group 6

Kizoa

Movie Maker

Collage Maker




 

 

WEEK 16: Dec. 12: PRESENTATIONS/  No final test

 

Dec. 12

 


PRESENTATION - Group 7

Seesaw
PRESENTATION - Group 8

ELEM: iPads - math apps
Choose 6 - each person present two
ELEM: iPads - reading/writing apps
Choose 6 - each person present two

 

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FINAL - Take Home

 

Technology Final - Post on LMS and on Wiki on a page called Final

 

Technology Survey

 

DO NOT TAKE THIS SURVEY UNTIL December 12 IN CLASS!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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OTHER SITES

 

 

Kathy Schrock Online tools

 

8 Digital Skills We Must Teach Our Children

 

50 Fantastic Tools for School

 

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ESSA Every Student Succeeds Act 2015 - video

 

ESSA is a Win for Ed Tech - article

 

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The A-Z of Teaching Trends and Technology

 

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National Technology Conferences Handouts

TCEA -Texas 2017 Technology Conference

FETC - Florida 2016 Technology Conference/ Videos

METC - Midwestern 2016 Technology Conference

ISTE - International Society for Technology in Education 2016 Conference

NETA - Nebraska 2015 Technology Conference

TIES Minnesota Technology Conference - handouts 2016

 

 

Education Technology Conference Speakers

  

Adam Bellow's Educational

Tech Commandments - video

Adam Bellow - ISTE Closing Keynote

Website
Best Digital Practices for
Writers Workshop


Website
Let's Get Accessible: Breaking Barriers to Learning with the iPad

Website
iThink Therefore iApp: Great Apps
for Math and Science


Website
Cultivating Digital Age
 Instructional Leaders


Website
Fostering Creativity and Innovation
through Technology


Website
iLearning.iFlexible.iPad: Ideas, Tools, and Resources That Amplify Student Learning
Making Learning Meaningful for your Millennial Students through RWLDs

Website
Mega Makeovers: Five Global Tech Trends That'll Change Everything Educational

Website
Unleash Google Docs in Your Classroom: Student Use Starter Kit

Website
Reinventing Math Instruction with Technology
Tammy Worcester

Website

Dive into Deeper Learning


Dynamic Assessments Using
Google Apps

The Tomorrow Toolkit: Free Web Tools to Support Elementary Learning
Adam Bellow

Website
A Day with ReadWriteThink.org

Website

Crackin' the QR Code!

Website
Apps and Edmodo: Discover How to Effectively Connect Your Tech Tools

Website
101 Free Tech Tools for Teachers

Website
Design Your Digital Tattoo: Helping Students Build Their Digital Image

Website

Real-World Math Lessons with
Google Earth


Website
Abundant Learning: Four New Strategies for Connected Classrooms

Will Richardson
10 Killer iPad Projects Students will LVE

Website
Reading, Writing, and Wikis

Website

Book: Wikis for School Leaders

Tammy's Top 20 Technology
Tips, Tricks, and Tools


Website
Streamline Your Workflow: Free and Easy Tools for Super Administrators

Website
ISTE Videos

 

 Docs Teach

 Jeopardy Labs

Study Blue

 Reflection

Sumdog

 Smore

Preschool Pinterest
6th Grade Pinterest

Oh! How! Pinteresting

Tackk - Web creator

Socrative


 

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EDMODO

 

Edmodo New Features - video

Snapshot on Edmodo - video

Edmodo Training for Teachers - video



What is Edmodo? - video

Intro to Edmodo
- video

Edmodo on Pinterest

 

SETTING UP EDMODO

Create an Teacher
Edmodo Account

How to Sign Up as a Student
How to Sign Up Parents

How to Join Your
School District's Edmodeo

and

Create a Group

Edmodo Directions

Edmodo Worksheet
Example

Edmodo Checklist

Teacher Guide To Edmodo


Quick Guides to Edmodo -

 Elem - High Schools

Edmodo Spotlight
Find 6 free resouces and Add them to Edmodo Library

SnapShot Quick Guide

Using Google Drive with Edmodo

Share Google Docs
With Your Students
Add a Resource to your
 Edmodo Library


Add your newsletter or presentation
Download them as a Word or PDF document.
Go to the Edmodo App Store and
View Some Apps
Apps on Edmodo
Post an Internet Link on
Your Edmodo - use Note
Embed a video on your Edmodo

Embed a Video
Post a Quiz on your Edmodo
Create and Send a New Quiz


Quizzes
Post a Poll on your Edmodo
Create and Send a Poll


Polls
Post a Note on your Edmodo

Send a Note

Send a Post to Parents
Post an Assignment on your Edmodo

Posting Assignments

Zaption Presenter

Zaption.com/join

 

AURASMA

 

Aurasma iPad App Tutorial

 

 

Aurasma - video

 

 

 

Flipped Classrooms

Thinking About Flipping Your Classroom?

Why I Flipped My Classroom

The Flipped Classroom Pro and Con

How to Flip a Lesson

Salman Khan (Khan Academy)

 

Create A Radio Station

Examples

FlipQuiz

21st Century Classroom

 

Take Kahoot! to the Next Level

By now, most of you have tried Kahoot!, the game-based student response system. The teacher creates a free account and then can create quizzes with embedded images and video. Students respond to the quiz using any device with Internet access. The faster they respond, the more points they score.

 

Kahoot! is lots of fun and really motivates students to participate. But what you may not know about it is the data that you can access once the quiz is over. After logging in, the teacher can access data from each quiz by clicking on the cloud download icon next to the name of each quiz. This will download an Excel spreadsheet that includes a detailed analysis of the student answers, including correct and incorrect answers by each student, along with an overview of how all of the students performed. This data is automatically generated and is a wonderful tool for formative assessment to guide instruction.

Record MP3

 

Record your voice.

Copy the URL.

Insert it in a code generator program.

Create a QR Code and
post it on your Wik

 

 

QRCode with audio - handout

Voice Thread

*VoiceThread**

 

example

 

landform example

 

Sign up for an account

 

Click on Browse to see VoiceThreads on a variety of topics

 

Voice Thread Help

 

VoiceThread 4 Educators

Click on a grade level and view one VoiceThread

 

Tutorial


VoiceThread Pinterest Boards

 

Voice Thread

Create a VoiceThread.

Include 3 pictures for your lesson plan topic


Create comments for each picture.

1.Tell who or what the picture is about.

Tell the students to go to a video or
watch a movie about the topic.

2. Insert a URL video
about the picture.

 

 

Link it on a Wiki page called VoiceThread

 


 

TECHNOLOGY SPEAKER

 



"60 Tools in 60 Minutes"

60 Tools in 60 Minutes - video speaker: Brandon Lutz

60 Tools List

60 Tools Web Page


50 Technology Treasures - video

50 Technology Treasures Slideshow

TECHNOLOGY SPEAKERS

 

"A Funny Thing Happened
on the Way to the Future"
Adam Bellows (22)

Titan Pad - Backchanneling
 while you watch the video, 
type in comments about the video
on this Titan Pad

 

 

 

Leadership 2.0 -
FETC Eric Sheninger
(High School Principal) - video

Back Channel - Neat Chat


Back Channeling
The Best Web Tools and Tech Toys for Your Classroom - Adam Bellow

Open a Google Doc Document , name it Bellows and take notes on the Best Web Tools and Tech Toys Video. Post your notes on your Wiki on a page called Speakers

CONFERENCE SPEAKER

Google and More: Hordes of Free Tools - FETC 2013 - video - Hurley Rushton

 

Open a Google Doc Document, name it Rushton and take notes on the Google and More Video. Post your notes on your Wiki on the page called Speaker.

 

Resources

Rushton Website

 

CONFERENCES

TCEA2013  TCEA 2014

ISTE 2013

Ohio Tech Conference OETC 2014

IRA 2013 Convention

CONFERENCE SPEAKER

60 in 60: 60 Instructional Technologies in 60 Minutes - FETC 2015

Open Google docs and takes notes while viewing video.

List of Programs

 

 

OLD Wiki

Nov. 17

Snip It (New Tool)

Snip It Tutorial


60 in 60

Video


Scrible

Handout

 

Big History Project

 

 

 

Adam Bellow

 

You're Invited to Change the World -

ISTE 2013 Confernce Speaker

 

explore + share + contribute =
touch the future / change the world

Author and educational technologist Adam Bellow delivers the closing keynote of ISTE 2013 with a high-energy presentation reveling in the joys of being a connected educator in these amazing times. Showcasing stories of inspiration from classrooms around the world and anecdotes from Bellow's career, and highlight inspiration from classrooms around the world. Bellow invites you to challenge yourself to make a difference in your school with creativity and kindness

BackChanneling

Open a document in Google Drive and name it Bellow Notes.
Type at least 5 comments about the information Adam Bellows is presenting.

Create a page on your Wiki called Bellow Video and post the link to your Google document.

 

10 Free Web Tools to Promote Reading

 

Simple K12 Webinar

 

Google Docs Back Channel Worksheet

 

WORD CLOUDS

Wordle.com 
creates  a "word cloud"

"Wonders of Wordle"

Wordle Tutorial - video

**Wordle Ideas


Create a Wordle using a poem, a paragraph from a famous speech, or typing in 15 words that describe a person or event in history.

a. Click on Create

b. In the top textbox, type or copy and paste your words.

                              Note: The more a word is repeated in this textbox, the larger it will be in the word cloud.  For instance, I would type Smith 3 times so that it stands out from the other names.

c.  Click Go.

d.  Click Randomize to create
different layout.

e.   You can also customize the look of your word cloud using the toolbar at the top of your screen.

f.  Save as .png

g. Post the File on the Word Cloud page on your Wiki.

Create a Word Cloud page if you do not have one.

 

**keep words in a phrase use a tilde between words - Happy~Birthday~to~Tom


Famous Speeches
Poems



Tagxedo

Create a word cloud using 10
words about technology. Use some of the p[rogram names that you learned about in TEch in Ed - ex. Edmodo, Twitter, etc.

-Click on Start Now.
Think of ten words about technology.
Choose Shape.
Choose Theme.
Choose Font.
Choose Orientation.
Click Save/Share and copy the Iframe Code Snippet and embed the code on a Wiki Page called Word Clouds.

Save as a jpg 250 pictures and put it on your Wiki on a page called Word Clouds.


Tagxedo Examples

*Use a ~ to keep two words together, i.e, Sioux~Falls

TAGUL

Word It Out

Top 10 Ways
to Use Technology
to Promote Reading

Google Maps and Earth - slideshow
Google Earth Pro is now free

GOOGLE EARTH

Tutorials

***Google Earth Pinterest Sites


My Reading Mapped

 

 


Blogger

Kids Blog

Newsla



***Blogging Pinterest

 

StoryJumper


***StoryJumper Pinterest Sites

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Storybird


Create

Read

Storybird Pinterest

 

National Technology Conferences Handouts

TCEA -Texas 2016 Technology Conference

FETC - Florida 2016 Technology Conference

METC - Midwestern 2016 Technology Conference

TIE 2016 SD Conference


FETC Videos 2015
ISTE 2015
NETA 2015Hemingwayapp

Actively Learn

 

Every Teacher a Literacy Teacher - video description of programs




My Simple Show

 

*PREZI
PREZI TUTORIAL


Prezi Pinterest Sites


Presenting Perfectly with Prezi
 Prezi YouTube Channel; Embedding a Prezi

 


PowToon


Quickstart Guide

PowToon Basics



Kizoa - Slideshow/Videomaker, Collage, Photo Editor

Kizoa Handout
Upload Kizoa directly to YouTube

 

Crackin' the QR Code!
58 min video

Using QR Codes in the Classroom
video - 20:00

YouTube Version

tutorial
Tony Vincent

 

TIE CONFERENCE

Handouts - indepth
Peterson/Langenhorst Presentation

Handouts - breakout

Customized/Personalize Learning

Which is more important - the learning or the learner?

Flipped, Project-Based, Blended Learning, Digital Literacy, Flexible Schedules, Self-Directed Learners, Modify Standard to Learners

Eastern Carver County Schools - Chaska, MN, Utah, Virginia, 10 school in SD grades 3-12.

 

Traditional vs Personalized

Chaska - 4 hrs a day 6th - 8th graders; Lang Arts, Social Studies, Science

 

OTHER TOPICS AT CONFERENCE: Genius Hour, Osmo, Coding, TIE Session on Coding, Student Portfolios using Seesaw, App Smashing,

Maker Space, Gamification

 

FETC Closing Keynote

 

The Future of Educational Technology

 

A keynote session from the FETC 2015 conference with former West Virginia Gov. Bob Wise, Founder and President of eduTecher and eduClipper Adam Bellow and CEO of GameDesk, Lucien Vattel. Each education technology leader responds to the question: what is the future of educational technology?

 

Open up a BackChannel document in Google Docs and take notes.

Post them on the ETC Wiki page.

 

BrainPop Jr Cyberbullying - videos
Bullying video
Internet Safety video
Click on Activities and
Easy and Hard Quiz

Netsmartz
Internet Safety Basics

Internet Safety Videos - Pinterest

Internet Safety - Pinterest

Change Attitude About Bullying:
Be an Ally
17 minute video
Questions to Consider

*Why is it important to distinguish between bullies, bystanders and allies?

*What elements of the student-led workshop play an integral part in changing the school culture?
*How does mediation seek to change student attitudes?

A Teacher's Guide to Keeping
 Students Safe Online
Super Digital Citizen
- 7 minute video

Questions to Consider

*How does Mr. Pane engage students in this lesson?

*What kinds of digital dilemmas do the superheroes resolve?

*How could you use gallery walks in your classroom?

Understanding the Impact of
Digital Footprints
- 6 minute video

Questions to Consider

*How does Mr. Van Dyck model the idea of digital footprints with a personal example?

*In what ways does the challenging nature of the task (and the choice in hosts) increase
student engagement?

*What types of evidence do students provide to justify their choice in hosts?

Cyberbullying:
What's Crossing the Line?
- 
6 minute video

 

Questions to Consider

*How does Ms. Withers encourage students to consider multiple perspectives and support their opinions?

*What structures are in place to facilitate meaningful and appropriate group conversations?

*In what ways do the case studies help students explore and test their ideas?


 

 

 

Common Craft
Secure Passwords

- 3 minute video

 

 

FOR PaperRater:

 

The goal of this Technology Application Project was to increase the students’ technology skills while implementing an engaging Family and Consumer Science curriculum.  The lessons used in this curriculum were aligned with the South Dakota FACS standards and the ISTE National Student Standards for Technology.    

The lessons were then developed into two separate six-week classes.  One of the six-week curriculums were implemented into the 6th grade, and the other an 8th grade FACS class at Harrisburg North Middle school.  By incorporating technology into the curriculum, the project coordinator hoped that students would not only increase their technology skills in the classroom, but also be able to apply these technology skills learned in their other classes and personal life.