Transcript: classroom agenda/procedures Eat your breakfast Gather materials/Be Prepared to Learn Begin the Do Now Get ready for Multiplication War Greet Mrs. Jacobs with a smiling face, shake my hand and say "YES I CAN" 7:30 am 8:15/11:02/1:27 Morning Arrival/Greeting 1-2-3-4 S.H.I.N.E. Restroom Procedure MULTIPLICATION WAR!!! when you are finished place paper in the center of group table. 8:10-8:15 10:58-11:02 1:22-1:27 before our lesson 7:30-7:55 10:40-10:48 1:05-1:12 To LEARN, HAVE FUN, and BE AWESOME!! PROCEDURES GET READY OUR LESSON BEGINS!!
Transcript: Meeting Reminders Event 1 Date of Event: Volunteers Needed: Event Leader: Event details: Recruitment Plan Date of Event: Volunteers Needed: Event Leader: Event details: Event 3 FWOC Shops (Activtity Rules) Recruitment updates List of events that are coming up in Chestermere, Langdon and area Special Notes details on what they are and what is coming up record sign ups Date of Event: Volunteers Needed: Event Leader: Event details: Meeting Agenda Event 2 Thank you's Special Recognition Celebrations Important things to remember for next meeting Important information about next meeting Activity Name
Transcript: Best Practices to Consider: Use for key graphics or illustrations List only big ideas (4) Limit number of slides Connect with students to allow for teachable moments Teaching Practice Nonlinguistic Representation Examples (cc) photo by Franco Folini on Flickr (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr How would you plan your lesson differently if PowerPoint was not available? Actual Presentation Write neater Teaching Practice Act out vocab words Actual Presentation Font PowerPoint in the Classroom Brainstorm What is the purpose of using PowerPoint in your classroom? Examples Brainstorm
Transcript: Why? What Workshop Programme How Collaboration Hands-on-training Continued support Dedicated focus Flipping Fantastic Therapeutic Nutrition Practical module Important concepts Relevance to all aspects of Human Nutrition Curriculum Renewal Alignment Current content Refined outcomes Classroom activities Assessment
Transcript: - Over simplifies ideas - Less active learning than traditional whiteboards - Presentation can be distracting - Technology can be unreliable - Having lessons be available to parents is not always a good thing Cons of PowerPoint for Teachers PowerPoint is a Microsoft software program that creates electronic presentations consisting of a series of separate slides that can include art, text, audio and video elements Pros of PowerPoint for Teachers: Efficient How Can PowerPoint Be Used in the Classroom - Students rely too much on technology rather than their own creativity - Students could get carried away with effects and themes common to PowerPoint - Penmanship and spatial organization are not improved with PowerPoint Isabel Arriaga - Easy to learn and use - Widely available in classrooms - Free in Microsoft Office or a similar program Google slides - Lessons are planned - Lessons can be printed - Can easily modify and change lessons - Can easily share with students, parents, other teachers, administrators and others - Can be saved and reused Cons of PowerPoint for Students Sources Used Pros of PowerPoint for Teachers: Engaging - Students learn to use technology - Creative and professional way for students to present their ideas - Students can work collaboratively and simultaneously - Work can easily be shared with other students, teachers and others Sample Student Presentations on PowerPoint Effective Use of PowerPoint, http://www.fctl.ucf.edu/teachingandlearningresourcess/technology/powerpoint/index.php Pros of PowerPoint for Students https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC520839/ The Use Of PowerPoint In The Classroom By Teachers for Lessons By Students for Group and Individual Projects - New and computer based - Different way of teaching - Dynamic - uses different media including images, sound, animation - uses a variety of looks, themes, fonts - Good for visual learners Are there resources about using PowerPoint in the classroom? PowerPoint in the Classroom, Best Practices for using PowerPoint in the classroom There are a tremendous amount of resources on the construction and delivery of teacher lessons and student projects on PowerPoint to take advantage of the benefits and reduce the challenges. PowerPoint in the Lecture: Pros, Cons and Tips, https://www.uvm.edu/ctl/?Page/=resources-teaching/powerpoint-index.php Sample Teacher Lessons on PowerPoint What is PowerPoint -Text must be readable consider font size, background and amount of text -Avoid distractions use simple and consistent format, graphics and pictures, avoid distracting transitions and animations - Avoid reading slides
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Transcript: Notes Ex: Person X - developer Person Y - designer Person Z - acct exec - documentation is the key! - think outside the box! - leverage applicable resources Meeting Agenda Topic 1 Topic 1 Topic 1 DATE Thought Details Ex: Department iPad Application; Role Discussion
Transcript: B Main Focus: Encourage students to learn by doing educational activities. To: Millie Love: Henry Elinora Wilcox Traci Rosario The New Teacher Student Tracking: Finding A Solution The Project Rondy Arquero II) we need to value education. Tracking System: Encourage Our Students Criminal Scanning Investigation Class Dismissed Secret Surprise My Roles Teacher for the Guidance Segment: Teaching Group Communication. Aid for the Science Segment: Helping the science teacher and the students. B The New Teacher MIC Sr Lancelot I) Students' Test Scores Problem: Most students are 2-3 grade levels behind causing standardized test scores to not improve. Solution: Focus on students to reach the proper grade level or even better. Elinora Wilcox Millie & Fredrick The Connection: Focus on encouraging students. The Project - encourage students to learn The Paper - encourage students to achieve Answer: A D III) making an essay on a topic I love is enjoyable. A What I did: Volunteer at the Maui High School Summer Bridge Program to teach students about group communication. HOSA D Thank You For Your Time! What is the Summer Bridge Program? A program for upcoming freshmen to adapt in the high school environment. Get a piece of Ninth Grade Math, English, Science, and Guidance. The theme: Crime Scene Investigation (C.S.I.) Fredric Miller 07734 III) Students' Achievement Problem: Students will not be prepare for college. Solution: Focus on students to pass all there classes to be prepare for college. Answer: B William Thompson III Birthday: April 30 1995 Sex: Male Home Town: Kahului, HI Relationship: Forever Available Henry Berk Junior Year My Class FCCLA Answer: C A Millie Corman Learning Answer: D Three things I learned from my research paper are... Timeline Rondy Arquero Curso de Inducción a la Investigación A 07724 I) the students can be the teachers. Who was my mentor? Senior Year IT IS NOT OVER YET! Create Significant Illustration Austin Davis A Non-Tracking System To Follow A Summer Break The Process Key Club III) The Project The New Teacher My Class Learning The Project 07734 A II) Students' Mental Stability Problem: Gives a negative impact to students' mind. Solution: Uses the five basic needs for students. Crime Scene Investigation Create Scene Insight What five numbers on my calculator spelled the word "hello"? Today American public schools must enforce a non-tracking system because the system improves students' test scores, students' mental stability, and students' achievements. B III) "The mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher explains. The superior teacher demonstrates. The great teacher inspires." - William Arthur Ward and I'm planning to become the great teacher. 27734 Connecting & Learning The Research Paper 2nd Quarter Hobbies: Poetry Writing, Baking, & Tennis Playing What I Have Done With My Life: - Japanese Club - Secondary Student Conference (SSC) - FCCLA - Student Government Dream Job: When I retired in the education world, I want to own a bakery. C The End C II) The Research Paper Student Tracking: Finding a Solution Connecting and Learning II) not all tracking systems are bad, only America's one. 01134 What is the title of my research paper? Acerca del curso C Three things I learned from my project are... What club have I made a difference in? D DECA What was the theme of the Maui High School's Summer Bridge Program? C C The Planning 07734 I) The Process Timeline D Portfolio & Prezi POP QUIZ! Student Tracking: Finding A Solution Any Questions? Answer: C Nathanial Mickelson B D I) the standardize test has not improved over the recent years. Research Paper IV) Secret Surprise B Today's Lesson: Education 0 + - = 9 8 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 c
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