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Integrating Tehnology & Marzano's Instructional Strategies

Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works
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Jayme Linton

on 30 June 2010

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Integrating Technology and
Marzano's instructional strategies Identifying Similarities and& Differences Summarizing and note taking Reinforcing effort and providing recognition homework and practice nonlinguistic representations cooperative learning setting objectives and providing feedback generating and testing hypotheses cues, questions, and advance organizers Jayme linton
NCCS Summer Educators' Conference
August 3, 2010 Cues
Explicit hints about what students are going to learn or experience
Multimedia
http://www.watchknow.org
http://www.ncwiseowl.org
http://www.brainpop.com
Anticipation guides
Example: http://bit.ly/anticipationguide Questions
Help students access prior knowledge.
Essential questions blog
Podcast
http://www.audioboo.com
Mapping software
(i.e. Kidspiration/Inspiration) Advance Organizers
Help students classify and make sense of content and set a purpose
Graphic organizers
Example: http://bit.ly/graphorg
Google Docs
Example: http://bit.ly/kwlchart
Note-taking guide for multimedia Use linguistic & nonlinguistic representations of content to increase understanding and retention. Simple applications:
Add clip art and photos to notes, vocabulary, word walls
Play video clips and slideshows
Use presentation software for lessons
http://www.pppst.com To significantly increase learning, involve students in creating nonlinguistic representations. Photo Story
Example: http://tr.im/nccsinsttech
Windows Movie Maker
Glogster - http://edu.glogster.com
Example: http://bit.ly/aCwUPK
Prezi - http://prezi.com
Go Animate - http://goanimate.com
Example: http://bit.ly/9zDvvc
Google Earth
Voice Thread - http://voicethread.com
Example: http://voicethread.com/share/44033/ Students need specific summarizing and note-taking techniques.
Enhance students' ability to synthesize information and distill it into a concise new form. Microsoft Office for summarizing and note-taking:
Use Track Changes in Word to teach summarizing technique
Use Auto Summarize to compare student summaries with computer summary
PowerPoint for combination notes (two-content layout) Collaborative summarizing and note-taking:
Wiki (http://wikispaces.com)
Example:
Blog (http://www.blogger.com)
Example:
EtherPad (http://piratepad.net)
Example: Students learn best when they know the goals or objectives of a lesson or learning activity. We do this with:
Essential Questions
Essential Skills
Rubrics
KWL Effective feedback enhances student achievement. Setting Objectives:
Electronic KWL
(http://bit.ly/kwlchart)
Learning contract
Blog for brainstorming
Data and goal-setting
Electronic newsletter
Study Island
Pre-assessment
Survey Monkey
Clickers
Microsoft Mouse Mischief
Digital learning goals are easily shared with parents and easy to access later for progress monitoring. Providing Feedback:
Rubrics
Rubistar (http://rubistar.4teachers.org)
Teachnology (http://www.teach-nology.com)
Blog - Use comments for feedback
(http://ow.ly/24UkI)
Classroom web page - Use as digital portfolio for students. Teachers, students, and parents can leave comments for feedback.
(http://ow.ly/24Uu0)
Voice Thread
Microsoft Word - Comments
Clickers - Provide immediate feedback
Study Island Informal Groups:
Think-Pair-Share
Turn to your neighbor
Formal Groups:
Literature Circles
Guided Reading
Project-based
Base Groups:
Long term
Homeroom
Table team Use rubrics to communicate expectations for cooperative learning and evaluate group cooperation.
(http://www.ncsu.edu/midlink/rub.mmproj.htm) Technology-based cooperative learning experiences:
Multimedia projects
Video creation and editing
Glogster (http://edu.glogster.com)
News cast
Skype
50 Ways to Use Skype in the Classroom (http://ow.ly/24VkX)
ePals Global Community (http://www.epals.com)
EtherPad
(http://piratepad.net)
Wiki
Class web page (School Fusion)
Wikispaces - Free educator wikis (http://wikispaces.com) Motivation plays a key role in the learning process. Use a rubric and spreadsheet to track effort and achievement.
Students rate their own effort and record in a spreadsheet.
Provide students with grades for each task based on criteria for assignment.
Students enter grades in spreadsheet, then create a graph to show correlation between effort and achievement. Provide recognition through:
Digital student portfolio
Blog
Microsoft certificate templates
(http://ow.ly/259Fx)
Idea: Have students create certificates
for classmates.
Podcast
Audioboo (http://.audioboo.fm)
Teachers, students, and parents can
record podcast and share with class.
Video conferencing / messaging
Tokbox (http://www.tokbox.com)
Similar to podcasting, create a video
message to provide recognition for students.
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