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Teaching with Technology

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Transcript of Teaching with Technology

mind mapping
infographics
interactive timelines
flowcharts
word clouds
mapping . . .
and so many more


The SAMR
Model

Substitution
Technology acts as non-technology would
Augmentation
Technology enhances non-technology


Redefinition
The technology and learning can't be separated
What can we do in this classroom that we could not do in previous rooms?
Modification
Technology enhances learning

Digital Tools for Collaborative Learning
Polling and Survey Tools
Survey Monkey
Poll Everywhere
Socrative
Video Sharing Tools
YouTube
Screencast
Vimeo
Kaltura

http://go.illinois.edu/youtube
Presentation Tools
Prezi
Slideshare
Google Slides
Emaze

http://go.illinois.edu/prezi

Aggregation
Tools
Collaborative Writing Tools
Google Drive, docs and slides
Wikispaces
Blogger
Wordpress (publish.illinois.edu)

http://go.illinois.edu/googledoc
What online tools are available to support collaboration?
Visualization Tools
Twitter
Del.icio.us
Pinterest
Scoop It . . .
http://go.illinois.edu/twitterfeed

How do we support student collaboration?

Who do we want students collaborating with?

What kind of work do we want them doing?
follow along with this presentation at go.illinois.edu/prezi
First
Two Poll Everywhere questions
http://pollev.com/citlidev527
add your tweet with hashtag

#uiuc_digitaltools
sign in with your gmail account to add to the playlist
visit this page now to add your favorite tools
What are your favorite online collaboration tools?
Respond at -
http://pollev.com/citlidev527
Third polling question
respond at:
http://pollev.com/citlidev527
consider how digital music has evolved over time; first it replicated what we already had, then it enhanced, and now it has transformed our music listening opportunities
How can we use technology in the classroom to enhance the learning experiences we are creating for our students?

How do we move beyond replicating what we've always done.
This is the step that moves us towards transformative teaching and learning.

The creative use of the tools and the learning experiences we are shaping are one in the same.
As we consider the full potential of collaboration tools, can we come up with ways to move beyond just enhancing what we've always done.

Can we start to use technology to change HOW we teach?
http://go.illinois.edu/slideshare
Authentic Learning Activities
Relate to real-world tasks or problems
Foster problem solving & analytical skills
Require students to work collaboratively
Increase students' literacy and comfort with digital tools
Expose students to authentic working environments and realistic hurdles
Allow for the possibility of failure


shoot a short video and then email with the subject line uiuc_digitaltools to: r0osm741cx98@m.youtube.com
https://twitter.com/JamesWentworth/lists/digital-tools-workshop
<a class="twitter-timeline" data-dnt="true" href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/uiuc_digitaltools" data-widget-id="568760943778070528">#uiuc_digitaltools Tweets</a> <script>!function(d,s,id){var js,fjs=d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0],p=/^http:/.test(d.location)?'http':'https';if(!d.getElementById(id)){js=d.createElement(s);js.id=id;js.src=p+"://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js";fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js,fjs);}}(document,"script","twitter-wjs");</script>
go.illinois.edu/googleslides
Up Next:
http://tech.ed.gov/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/Student-Privacy-and-Online-Educational-Services-February-2014.pdf
Duplicate the template slide and add as much detail as you can when outlining the educational and collaborative uses of your chosen tool. If possible, you may also want to address some of the questions below. Refer to slide #3 for an example.


Is registration required for users to view?
Is registration required for users to edit?
Are permissions for users easily managed?
Does the tool support real-time collaboration?
Does the tool support versioning?
Does the tool identify who contributed what?
Does the tool support user comments or ratings?
Does the tool offer easy integration with other tools?
Is it clear who owns any content created within the tool?
Does all content remain the sole property of the creator?
Is the tool intuitive and easy to use?
Does the tool offer sufficient help documentation?
Before we start:

on your device be ready to use the following apps or websites:
Prezi
- download the app for your mobile or follow along: go.illlinois.edu/prezi
Twitter
- login and tweet using hashtag #uiuc_digitaltools
Google
- login if you have an account set up


go.illinois.edu/googlemaps
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