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Teaching with TIC - San Luis

Incorporate technology, information and communication (TIC) in your lesson plans.

Lori Larson

on 4 September 2012

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Improving student engagement with technology, information & communication by Lori Brouillette http://tiny.cc/tic-12 email: lolabro87@gmail.com Teaching with TIC: Thank You Teachers: Rocío Astorga
Analía Gozzarino
Virginia Pesce
Zulma Qyiroga
Gabriela Aghemo
Nora Rojas
Magali Chialvo Silvia Gioia
Andrea Puchmuller Advisors: It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent that survives. It is the one that is the most adaptable to change.

-Charles Darwin “It made a difference for that one.” The Starfish Story Fears & Beliefs I'll make a mistake Embarrass ourselves in front of our students Technology will replace books Lose control of the class It's too much work! https://www.facebook.com/groups/209244042463318/ Standards for Technology in Education Facilitate and inspire student learning & creativity
Design and develop digital age learning experiences and assessments
Model digital age work and learning
Promote and model digital citizenship and responsibility
Engage in professional growth and leadership Teachers Developed by the International Society for Technology in Education http://www.iste.org Students Creativity and innovation
Communication and collaboration
Research and information fluency
Critical thinking, problem solving, and decision making
Digital citizenship
Technology operations and concepts How to build a technology lesson 1. Goal: Try to go paperless Start a blog, website, or social network to house your digital assignments Start with your content-area goals in mind. You gain every strength, courage and confidence by every experience in which you really stop
to look fear in the face…

You must do the thing you think you cannot do.

Eleanor Roosevelt What do you want your students to do?
How will you know if they have done it? Add in technology skill practice Try to work one or two skills into the project Model Research applications which fit your needs
Practice by making a sample project
Try to plan for possible problems and/or student difficulties Determine success Build a rubric which describes the points value and characteristics of:
Acceptable work
Unacceptable work
Amazing work
(Should be explained in this order) What to do if something goes wrong? And other troubleshooting tips... Prepare for the worst Practice yourself so you know how to answer simple questions
Use this phrase with your class: "Does anyone know how to solve ____(insert problem here)___?"
Expect the wi-fi to go out!
Someone's computer will freeze or they will lose their work.
Know someone will forget their password!
Have a Plan-B (instead of online comics, make paper ones; extend the due date, etc.)
Use empathy Be a Life-Long Learner If you can't figure out a program...
Search YouTube for "how-to" videos, the user-content can be more common sense or simple than company generated videos
Use the HELP button. Teach your students about it!
Look at the examples, galleries, etc. for ideas of what a program can do.
Subscription services like http://www.atomiclearning.com can offer assistance. Recipe Observe students
Ask questions which push thinking & creativity
Try not to answer too many questions
Give enough time Write clear directions Use a student's email to set up an account and make a sample project
Demonstrate the program and point out tricky bits Share the rubric with the students BEFORE you begin Share Work Publicly
Class presentation
Allow students to learn from others' mistakes & possibilities End with a student reflection of content, work, thinking process and program 2. Look for relevant, real learning opportunities Schools Instituto Privado Galileo Galilei

Colegio La Merced

I.P.E.M. #27 Terms to Know Sign In vs. Sign Up Beta Cloud computing/ "In the Cloud" Tag Online Collaborate/Share/Invite Web 2.0 tools Flash URL Extensions to know:
.ar, .ca, .it... Embed
<> Drop Box Real Time Cross platform or Multi-platform File Extensions to Know .exe -> program
.pdf -> like a digital photocopy
.wav, .mp3 -> common audio files
.mov, .wmv, .avi -> common movie files
.flv -> flash video

Not sure? Before you download, Google the term and what programs runs it. Instituto de
Formación Docente
de San Luis
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