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Cool Web Tools

Technology Professional Development for HCPSS Curriculum Coordinators
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Kelli Zellner

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Cool Web Tools: Professional Development
for HCPSS Curriculum Coordinators
27 April 2010

"Technology literacy is the ability of an individual, working independently and with others, to responsibly, appropriately and effectively use technology tools to access, manage, integrate, evaluate, create, and communicate information."
- Working definition
of technology literacy from the
Maryland Technology Literacy Consortium (http://www.montgomeryschoolsmd.org/departments/techlit/)
TECHNOLOGY LITERACY SKILL:
TECHNOLOGY LITERACY SKILL:
TECHNOLOGY LITERACY SKILL:
TECHNOLOGY LITERACY SKILL:
TECHNOLOGY LITERACY SKILL:
Access
Evaluate
Manage
Integrate
Create
TECHNOLOGY LITERACY SKILL:
Communicate
Relevant Web Tools: Google Custom Search, Clusty, Creative Commons Search , Poll Everywhere
Relevant Web Tools: Zoho, Slideshare
Relevant Web Tools: Prezi, Weebly, Zoho, Slideshare
Relevant Web Tools: Wikispaces Discussion, Poll Everywhere
Relevant Web Tools: Create-a-Graph, Screentoaster
Relevant Web Tools: Wikispaces Discussion, Prezi, Weebly, Zoho, Slideshare
Student Tech Lit Standard:
Standard 2.0 Digital Citizenship: Demonstrate an understanding of the history of technology and its impact on society, and practice ethical, legal, and responsible use of technology to assure safety
Student Tech Lit Standard:
Student Tech Lit Standard:
Student Tech Lit Standard:
Student Tech Lit Standard:
Student Tech Lit Standard:
Standard 5.0 Technology for Information Use and Management: Use technology to locate, evaluate, gather, and organize
information and data.
Standard 3.0 Technology for Learning and Collaboration: Use a variety of technologies for learning and collaboration

Standard 4.0 Technology for Communication and Expression: Use technology to communicate information and express
ideas using various media formats
Standard 3.0 Technology for Learning and Collaboration: Use a variety of technologies for learning and collaboration.

Standard 5.0 Technology for Information Use and Management: Use technology to locate, evaluate, gather, and organize
information.
Standard 4.0 Technology for Communication and Expression: Use technology to communicate information and express
ideas using various media formats

Standard 6.0 Technology for Problem-Solving and Decision-Making: Demonstrate ability to use technology and develop
strategies to solve problems and make informed decisions
Standard 4.0 Technology for Communication and Expression: Use technology to communicate information and express
ideas using various media formats
Bailey-Gates, Mike. “(from a second story). Flickr. 11 May 2008. 25 April 2010. http://www.flickr.com/photos/10244704@N05/2484112082
Once students have found copyright-free images, what is the next learning objective for them regarding ethical use? What tools are available to HCPSS teachers that help facilitate students' ethical use of others' work in the rest of their creative process?
In what situations or with which students do you think Clusty would be most helpful?
What is one project in your curricular area or grade level for which a custom search engine would be useful? Why is a custom search engine beneficial?
Learning Theories and Design of e-Learning Environments by Bijan B. Gillani:
(p 3): “Traditional education never considered the concept that humankind has the ability to create more information than individuals can absorb. Information was viewed to have limits and anyone, given enough time, could absorb all information within a field.”
(p 4) “Rather than forcing students to grapple with information explosion, student-centered curriculum focuses on personalized content that is limited to the students’ needs.”
What are some ways in which you could see teachers using Poll Everywhere in a lesson?
1. How might the characteristics/qualities of responses in an online discussion differ from the characteristics of responses in an in-class, face-to-face discussion?


2. How might the personal learning styles and characteristics of learners who participate in each type of discussion differ?


3. At what point(s) in a unit might an online discussion such as this be utilized? To what end (what kinds of objectives would be served)? (Relate to your curricular area or grade level.)


4. What are some considerations for facilitating a successful, asynchronous, online discussion with students? (Relate to your curricular area or grade level.)
Thank you!
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