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Intel Teach Program Thinking with Technology Course

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Boyd Dugan

on 25 March 2011

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Transcript of Intel Teach Program Thinking with Technology Course

M1: Thinking Skills M2: Standards and Project Design M3: Curriculum-Framing Questions M4: Assessment Plan M5-6:
Visual Ranking
for Your
Unit M7-8:
Seeing Reason
for Your
Unit M9-10:
Showing Evidence
for Your
Unit Incorpating the use of
Visual Rankin, Seeing Reason,
and/or Showing Evidence M11:
Finalization of Unit Plan
and Assessments Implementation Plan www.intel.com/education (free for educators) www.intel.com/education/designprojects www.intel.com/educational/tools/technologyliteracy www.intel.com/education/tool (Help Guide) www.intel.com/education/visual ranking
View Demo
Ranking items in a list
Viewing a comment attached to an item
Comparing lists www.intel.com/education/seeingreason
View overview
Click Project Exampes, and then Unit Plans
Discuss Road Safety
Click Demo and practice reading map and double click on
factors and the relationship arrows www.intel.com/education/showingevidence
Click Try the Tool
Click Elementary or Secondary Demo
Experiment with the case by rating the quality and support of the evidence, creating new evidence, and attachiing evidence to the claim
Click Back button
Click Project Examples, and then Unit Plans
View and discuss, Jack and the Beanstock
View and discuss, Myterious Malady Creativity and Innovation Skills originality and inventiveness developing, implementing and communicating
new ideas being open to new perspectives Critical Thinking Skills Problem Solving Skills exercising sound reasoning and understanding making complex choices and decisions understanding the interconnections among systems identifying and asking specific questions clarifying various points of view lead to better solutions Communication and Collaboration articulating thoughts and ideas clearly through speaking and writing working effectively with others compromising for
common goal Information, Media and Teechnology Skills Life and Career Skills Glass Half Full Problem More cola in lemon-lime
More lemon-lime in the cola
The same in both glasses Applying Bloom's Taxonomy of Thinking Skills Group by predictions Targeting Thinking in the Classroom Remembering
Applying Uses math/equations to calculate
Analyzing Sketches or uses pictures to anlayze the problem
Creating Which level of Bloom's did you use? Marzano's Dimensions of Learning Marzaon's categories below do not build upon
each other in a hierarchical fashion like Bloom's Go to: www.intel.com/education/visualranking
Click Project Examples, and then click Project Ideas
Click and read River City Water. Pick a few of the thinking
skills from Marzano's Dimensions 3 and 4 that sutdents
would employ during this unit. (1.16) oasjd;f alsdkjf
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