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Technology and the Common Core part 1

Developed for National Louis University's Workshop: Technology to Support Common Core part 4-1
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Nicole Zumpano

on 7 July 2013

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Transcript of Technology and the Common Core part 1

Technology and the Common Core
image source: http://www.sce.rcs.k12.tn.us/Technology/Common_Core/vocabulary.html
Technology's Role
in Common Core
Technology is heavily embedded
in Common Core State Standards.
It can no longer be considered an "add-on"
used to engage students.
It is mentioned more than 50
times within CCSS, staring in Kindergarten.
for example...
Types of Tools
There are a variety of purposes for technology's use
throughout the Common Core State Standards:
Video Creation
Search Engines
Research Tools
Digital Textbooks
Collaborative
Writing Tools
Audio Tools
Presentation Tools
Math Tools
Professional
Learning Communities
Image Tools
Infographics
Vocabulary Tools
Exploring Tech Tools*
image source: http://nonprofitanswerguide.org/ask/integrate-technology-into-nonprofit-and-tools-available/
*While the tools presented here are listed in categories it's important to note that they can be used in
multiple

categories
.
Video Creation Tools
**It is also important to note that this is not an extensive list of resources. There are hundreds of free Web 2.0 tools that can be added to this list!
Knowmia
"Ask3" by TechSmith
ScreenChomp
ShowMe
Educreations
https://play.google.com/store/apps/category/MEDIA_AND_VIDEO/collection/topselling_free?hl=en
Search Engines
Search 35,000 websites that have been evaluated
by research experts, librarians and teachers.
A free browser add-on for
Firefox and Chrome
A "web discovery" engine
Educational search tool.
*FEE Based
Research Tools
Diigo is a social bookmarking site with
powerful integrated tools. Students (or teachers)
can highlight text, add sticky notes, bookmark sites, create groups and more.
Bibme.org: create online bibliographies
http://digitalresearchtools.pbworks.com/w/page/17801672/FrontPage
http://www.flashcardflash.com
(additional flashcard sites)
Create flashcards
Brainstorming/Concept Maps
http://libguides.rutgers.edu/content.php?pid=239513&sid=1976170
Evernote
Digital Textbooks
http://mfl-storybirds.wikispaces.com
(Modern Foreign Language Storybirds)
"Create, read and share
visual stories"
Owned by Disney, Kerpoof allows creativity
in many formats for students. Visit the Teacher
page for lesson plans
Collaborative Writing Tools
Additional Tools:
http://www.educatorstechnology.com/2012/08/the-top-27-free-tools-to-collaborate.html
Audio Tools
Smart Voice Recorder: Android
Audioboo
eRecorder: Android
Recorder Plus HD
Create a talking avatar
Additional Audio Tools:
http://cooltoolsforschools.wikispaces.com/Audio+Tools
Happy Exploring!
image source: http://www.bodrumpeninsulatravelguide.co.uk/virtual-tour-of-bodrum-peninsula-turkey/
part 1
Additional resource:
http://wwwatanabe.blogspot.com/2013/01/internet-seach-to-address-common-core.html
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