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edimsel koşullanma

edimsel koşullanma
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21st Century Learners Web 2.0 in the Classroom Today's Youth Today's youth live in a digital world
altered by ever changing technology. They can...
instant message,
talk on their cell phone,
play a video game wirelessly
with a friend down the street,
and chew bubble gum....
all at the same time. These are of blogs,
of websites,
and of ringtones. They've created an entire language
of their own using abbreviated terms
such as: LOL, BRB, POS, MIRL, and BTDT. They learn in a way
that is foreign to many
teachers... ... and often feel
disconnected
in school. Digital students are: always ON & contantly connected
goal-oriented
expect interaction
able to pursue multiple outcomes at the same time
social
can absorb a lot of information at a super-charged speed
expect highly customized experiences
producers + consumers = "prosumers"
determined
focused on success
creators of their own destiny
masters at varying types of technology "Digital Natives" "Net Generation Learners" "Millenial Students" "Generation-Y" "iGen" "If we teach how we taught yesterday,
we rob our children of tomorrow."
-John Dewey This generation has: unknowingly incorporated 21st
century skills into their day-to-day lives
by becoming innovators, creative designers,
critical thinkers, collaborators, and complex
problem solvers..... ...all while having fun. By the age of 21 will have: spent 10,000 hours playing video games
sent 200,000 emails
watched 20,000 hours of TV
spent 10,000 hours talking on a cell phone ...but will have spent
less than 5,000 hours reading. These "digital natives" are multi-taskers that use sound and images to convey content whenever possible. To 21st century learners.... computers iPods iPhones iPads aren't technology.... they're simply a part of life. everyday "screenagers" authors designers developers 1/5 of third graders
have cell phone. their own 83% of middle schoolers
have their phone. own Texting is the ultimate
social tool for teens. Teens average 3,417 text messages per month. 95% of teens ages
12-17 are online. 80% of online teens
are users of
social media sites. And spend 80% of their online time... on Facebook. Multimedia format pervades
nearly ever aspect of our students
lives.... our students live in a

and they expect a similar approach
in the classroom. digital world as teachers,
we must use

as a means to
students. technology empower 5 of the 15 fastest
growing jobs between
2004 and 2014 will be
in the computer field. Even more will be
in the field of technology. These careers require
an education rich
in technology skills. How can we do this in the classroom? Web 2.0! Web 2.0 refers to
a new era of web-enabled
applications that are
built around user-generated
or user-manipulated content,
such as wikis, blogs, podcasts
and social networking sites. Many of our students
are already
at Web 2.0 technology! experts Unfortunately, 76%
of teachers have
used wikis,
blogs, or podcasts. :( never {Pew Internet Group} Web 2.0 technology focuses on: collaboration sharing transition websites from
STATIC to DYNAMIC software as service user generated content user manipulation 2. So... you say...
"Great! How do I
do this in the classroom?" Glad you asked! http://depd.wisc.edu/series/06_4168.pdf http://www.hotchalk.com/mydesk/index.php/editorial/54-students/100-21st-century-learners-an-introduction http://depd.wisc.edu/series/06_4168.pdf http://www.frankwbaker.com/mediause.htm http://www.frankwbaker.com/mediause.htm http://www.frankwbaker.com/mediause.htm http://www.frankwbaker.com/mediause.htm http://www.frankwbaker.com/mediause.htm http://www.frankwbaker.com/mediause.htm http://www.frankwbaker.com/mediause.htm http://www.bls.gov/opub/ooq/2006/fall/art03.pdf http://www.pbs.org/teachers/_files/pdf/annual-pbs-survey-report.pdf Blogs What is a blog? Wordpress and Blogger are
great places to start a blog...
for free! http://wordpress.com/ http://www.blogger.com Blogs make it easy for
teachers to... Post resources, lessons, and homework assignments
Keep parents up-to-date on class happenings
Reflect on their own teaching practices and share their ideas with other educators Blogs make it easy for
students to... Share schoolwork with their peers, parents, and others
Collaborate on projects and get feedback from others
Keep a reflective journal throughout the school year Great Blogs for Educators! http://michellespecialeducation.blogspot.com/ The author of this blog is a special education teacher from Florida who has been teaching at the preschool & elementary level for 16 years as well as at the college level in early childhood for seven years. She provides a ton of resources for elementary teachers that would be appropriate for both special education and general education students. She shares strategies and examples from her own classroom as well as provides A LOT of links to other content related websites appropriate for use with young children. Special Education Strategies & More… Differentiation Station-
Resources from the K-2 Resource Room http://differentiationstation.blogspot.com/ The author of this blog is a K-2 Special Education Resource Room teacher at a large rural elementary school in Indiana. She’s in her second year teaching at this level and also a mom to three young children. Her blog is FULL of great resources for use with young children, all free! Not to mention, her downloads are super cute! She is also a contributor on the Classroom Freebies blog described below. Classroom Freebies
and Classroom Freebies Too http://www.classroomfreebies.com/ http://www.ClassroomFreebiesToo.com/ Both these sites are collaborations of numerous teacher bloggers that are willing to share great ideas, for free! It’s great because all these wonderful ideas and resources are located in one place and it’s easy to look around and pick and choose what you can use all from one site. Posts are labeled according to relevant grade levels, making searching for your grade level very easy! Education Week- On Special Education http://blogs.edweek.org/edweek/speced/ This blog provides a ton of information about Special Education news and policy at the local, state, and national levels.
NY Times, The Learning Network-
Teaching & Learning with the New York Times http://learning.blogs.nytimes.com/ This features ideas for incorporating current events into the classroom. It is adaptable for all ages and even provides lesson plans for many current events and on a wide variety of topics. Great Examples of Classroom Blogs: Mrs. Cassidy's Classroom Blog http://classblogmeister.com/blog.php?blogger_id=1337 Mrs. Yollis' Classroom Blog http://yollisclassblog.blogspot.com/ http://theedublogger.com/check-out-these-class-blogs/ Edublogger's List of Class Blogs Kidblog.org Kidblog.org is designed for elementary and middle school teachers who want to provide each student with an individual blog. Simple, yet powerful tools allow students to publish posts and participate in discussions within a secure classroom blogging community. Teachers maintain complete control over student blogs. Safe & Simple Blogs in Plain English by Commoncraft If the embedded video doesn't work it can also be found here: http://www.commoncraft.com/video/blogs Podcasts What are they? Podcasts in Plain English video http://www.commoncraft.com/video/podcasting Using Podcasts
in the Classroom What's so great about podcasts? Automatically download to your computer
Don't have to search for them.... subscribe
and let the files come to you
You control when and how you listen to the podcast
Anyone can make a podcast
Relatively cheap to listen to or make a podcast
Can make small bits of time a productive moment
(listen while driving, working out, etc..." (Click the link to view) Great Podcasts for Educators! Teacher Created Materials available on iTunes and at http://www.teachercreatedmaterials.com/podcasts/ Research and standards based resource for K-12 classrooms. Podcasts on a wide variety of educational topics to help teachers stay current in their fields. Each podcast is inspirational as well as provides practical information for use in the classroom. Episode 5 was especially interesting to me, as its topic is on applying differentiation strategies. Tenacious Teacher-
Teaching Strategies for the Everyday Teacher available on iTunes; transcripts available at http://www.theteachingexperience.com Podcasts covering a variety of topics related to teaching strategies including: Differentiated Instruction, Working with English Language Learners, Test Administration, Learning Styles & Multiple Intelligences; Lesson Planning, Using Visual Aids, Bloom’s Taxonomy, Discussion Groups in the Classroom, Testing Considerations, and more! This is such a great resource for new teachers The Teachers Podcast-
The New Generation of
Ed Tech Professional Development available on iTunes and at http://www.teacherspodcast.org Mark Gura & Dr. Kathy King are teachers, educational technology experts, authors and professors. Each of their podcasts includes news, views, research and resources! Provides practical resources for applying educational technology in the classroom. The Reading Workshop-
Dr. Frank Serafini available on iTunes This collection of podcasts covers a variety of contemporary issues in literacy education, reading comprehension instruction, and children’s literature. Great resource for use with all students, but especially for working with students with reading disabilities. Apple Education available on iTunes Podcasts about people using Apple technology to
advance teaching and learning in schools, colleges, and universities.
Provides inspiration as well as ideas for practical application
at the classroom level. Several of the podcasts in this
collection cover topics related to adaptive technology-
great for special education teachers! MI Learning on iTunes U Provides a collection of high quality learning resources for students, staff, and the community produced by educators and educational and workforce agencies in the state of Michigan. Wikis What are they? http://www.commoncraft.com/video/wikis Wikis in Plain English- by Commoncraft Great Wikis for Educators Teach with your iPad http://teachwithyouripad.wikispaces.com This wiki is a great resource for integrating the iPad into the classroom… especially when so many schools are purchasing and providing this technology for teacher and student use! This wiki explains what the iPad is and how to set it up, provides information about accessories that can be used to convert the iPad into a laptop design, and contains a VERY large collection of apps categorized by subject and grade level, as well as a section focused on ways to combine multiple apps to create classroom activities. The wiki format was used to allow input and collaboration from multiple users. This wiki currently has 1286 members and is updated frequently! Purdue Insite Education 2.0 https://wiki.itap.purdue.edu/display/INSITE/Education+2.0+Tools This is a wiki developed by sophomore level students at Purdue University. The purpose of this wiki is to provide students with an opportunity to evaluate and review a Web 2.0 technology. The wiki is a good choice for this because it allows each group an opportunity to work collaboratively without the hassle of saving files, etc. It also promotes international collaboration that would have been much more difficult without the use of a wiki. Mrs. Long's Classroom Wiki http://blong4.wikispaces.com This is a classroom wiki that all of Mrs. Long's students use to post projects, find more information on the different topics or themes that she is teaching in each subject. It also has information for parents, including a signup for conferences. The wiki format was used to introduce her students to technology, allow them to contribute to the classroom either at school or at home, and to allow parents to get involved with their child's learning. It's a great model for elementary teachers to use! Greetings From the World (GFTW) http://greetingsfromtheworld.wikispaces.com/Home This is an award winning wiki that was started by a Croatian teacher who was tired of her students’ posters for projects being thrown away and never seen again. This wiki allows her students’ peers to LOOK at their posters, LEARN from them, and CREATE their own to be seen by their peers all over the world. Using the wiki format gets the students actively engaged in learning and provides them with the opportunity to collaborate with their peers from all over the world. This wiki has connected 29 different schools throughout 19 countries on six different continents and contains 300 glogs! YouTube What is it? Below is a great video from
Edutopia on how to use YouTube in the classroom. Great YouTube Videos for Educators http://www.khanacademy.org This channel on YouTube offers an extensive collection of videos (over 3000!) that cover K-12 math, science humanities, and history topics! Each video is approximately ten minutes long and covers a specific objective related to that topic in a simple, easy to understand, straightforward kind of way. Their channel is easy to navigate and features popular playsists organized by subject. Their site also has a nice listing of all the videos available too, organized by subject. They're very current, even featuring a video on the Mega Millions Jackpot Probability. I can see this collection of videos being useful in a variety of ways- in the classroom as one alternative for presenting content information, as a resource for students to explore on their own and utilize as they go through middle school, high school, and onto college, to help teachers "refresh" on a topic prior to teaching it, and as a resouce for parents. Khan Academy Channel A Vision of K-12 Students Today Alphabet Road School House Rocks Playing with Toys-
A real look at Autism Teaching with Love & Logic Web 2.0 is a great way to
engage students... ...remember, they're already experts
with this technology! and involve parents! Go ahead, explore Web 2.0 technology.. there's no limit to what and can do! YOU YOUR STUDENTS
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