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Practicum Website Presentation


Ayesha Deb

on 7 May 2010

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Transcript of Practicum Website Presentation

Overview Citations
Introduction to Practicum
Tour of Website

Primary Research
Personal Response
Conclusion So what? Key Questions 1.How could integrating focused classroom websites enhance a student's learning experience and capabilities?

2. What type of student benefits from classroom websites? (i.e. Types of learners)

3. How do you know when/if a website is reaching its academic objective? Scope of Project Necessary to keep within the teacher's requirements Discuss themes: revenge, rejected love, family pressures & madness Useful information Introduce writing project Always Room to Learn Aware of Google capabilities
Tested versatility of interface

Learned how to use Google Sites interface
Modifications Timeline of Hamlet assignments delayed, as per discussed

Peer-editing activity too large to introduce at the end of unit

Hand-out for Ms. Lenchak on "How to Access the Website" FIRST Greenspan, Robyn. "MATR News: Classroom WebSites Can Unify and Divide." Montana Associated Technology Roundtables. N.p., n.d. Web. 6 May 2010. <http://www.matr.net/article-4337.html>. SECOND Back., ting. "The Pros and Cons of Implementation the Internet in theClassroom - Advantages and Disadvantages." Princeton University - Welcome. N.p., n.d. Web. 6 May 2010. <http://www.princeton.edu/~eszter/edu/sides.html>. THIRD Osciak, Susan Y., and William D. Milheim. "Multiple intelligence and the design of web-based instruction." International Journal of Instructional Media 28.4 (Fall 2001): 355(7). General OneFile. Gale. Toronto District School Board. 6 May 2010
<http://find.galegroup.com/gps/start.do?prodId=IPS&userGroupName=ko_k12pr_d63>. present themes, symbols & story of Shakespeare's Hamlet
have students connect quotations to 4 themes
student-teacher interface
class interactive activity in lesson (use of IWB)
interface should be ideally useful for future use

Use Peer-Editing fuction in Turn-It-In Teacher Expectations One on One With Ms. Lenchak She can see it as an easier tool & interface for the following years

Better opportunity for students to collaborate with one another

Easy access to classroom resources

Work should be done without excuses
"Thanks for your help on this registration and saving everyone's life for making the website."- student Pros: student collaboration, easy accessibility, multiple resources Cons: managing websites, internet failure, anti-social
What I'd Like to see Incorporated More podcasts or audio features

SMART Notebook 10, interactive games

More textual options & template themes
The Future Effectiveness Primarily a slow connection with students

Found to be easier & popular with students from K-12 Connections Beneficial to mainly Visual & Kinaesthetic

Linguistic, Interpersonal, Intrapersonal

Bridges gap between school & home/personal preferences

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