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Student-Created Graphic Organizers Using Technology to Organize Thinking and Represent Understanding
emtech ecsdon 15 April 2011
Transcript of Student-Created Graphic Organizers Using Technology to Organize Thinking and Represent Understanding
Twitter - @dannymaas Image from NASA - "Sombrero Galaxy (M104) in Infared Light" http://mix.msfc.nasa.gov/abstracts.php?p=3937 Types of Graphic Organizers http://prezi.com/61a46deqhv4b/military/ Thanks to Rob Madunicky for his contributions to this presentation! Image from NASA - http://rst.gsfc.nasa.gov/Sect19/Sect19_10.html Image from http://gallery.artofgregmartin.com/tuts_arts/making_a_planet.html Image from http://www.dailygalaxy.com/my_weblog/2007/05/megaplanet_disc.html Students have to analyze information at a deep level in order to decide what information to delete, what to substitute, and what to keep when they are asked to give a summary (Anderson, V., & Hidi, 1988/1989; Hidi & Anderson, 1987). Learners acquire and store knowledge in two primary ways: linguistic (by reading or hearing lectures), and nonlinguistic (through visual imagery, kinesthetic or whole-body modes, and so forth). The more students use both systems of representing knowledge, the better they are able to think about and recall what they have learned (Marzano, Pickering, & Pollock, 2001). Visual representations help students recognize how related topics connect (NCTM, 2000). What Does the Research say About Graphic Organizers? Representing Knowledge Nonlinguistically Robert J. Marzano, May 2010 Comparison & Contrast Student Samples Student Samples http://prezi.com/heta0c8btjcb/8d-group-f/ http://prezi.com/u9k_vycn1qex/rotations-3/ http://prezi.com/w8d_lsw31kzv/reflection-1/ http://prezi.com/bbxxnxq2v_ug/8d-group-b/ http://prezi.com/_yrfur_km4t7/trade/ http://prezi.com/-bx1vzupeay3/opinion-composition-graphic-organizer-sample/ Problem Solving Scenarios Comparison & Contrast Cause & Effect Classifying Describe a minimum of 3 major changes in technology over the past 20 years as well as an effect of each of these changes How does your summer vacation compare to your winter break? Would you rather have a dog, a cat, or a fish as a pet? List the pros and cons of each Prezi http://prezi.com/yehexjncx9a0/making-assignments-prezilicious/ Bubbl.us http://bubbl.us/beta PowerPoint Glogster EDU http://maasd.edublogs.org/2010/04/25/6-things-you-should-know-about-glogster-edu/ Popplet Tools for Creating
Graphic Organizers Graphic Organizers About Graphic Organizers Types of Graphic Organizers
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Graphic Organizers http://prezi.com http://edu.glogster.com http://popplet.com More Types http://delicious.com/maasd/graphicorganizers Danny Maas, Edmonton Catholic School District