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Technology Integration

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Steve Playl

on 15 May 2014

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Transcript of Technology Integration

Technology integration...
it isn't about Technology

The Tip of the Iceberg...Addressing Concerns
Addressing your concerns
"What is Technology Integration?"
The Flipped Classroom
Salman Khan - Khan Academy
"How do I do this?"
More Resources
And More Resources
"Where do I go from here?"
Steve Playl
Tennessee Department of Education
Career and Technical Education Division

Some of your concerns...
What Technology CAN do for you in your classroom...
Help to increase student engagement
Support and enhance your teaching and curriculum
Stretch your students

What Technology CAN NOT do for you in your classroom...
Solve all your problems

Contact information:
Steve Playl
Tennessee Department of Education

It's philosophical...Social Constructivisim
Social Constructivisim
Guided and Situated Learning
Cognitive Apprenticeship and Peer to Peer Learning

Why are these strategies important?
Simple learning can be accessed through various methods, but acquiring complex skills requires social interactions in situated contexts, which allow them to see how various parts of the process fit together.

Technology supports through collaboration and communication
Teachers can use technology to connect students which will facilitate cognitive development and learning through their experiences
It's also (radical) practical...the Flipped Classroom
Khan Academy - khanacademy.org
Edudemic - edudemic.com
Knewton - Knewtown.com
Jeremy F. Strayer, Ohio State University
Flipped Classroom Confernece, 2011
Education Week - edweek.org
Converge Magazine - convergemagazine.com

Salman Khan - Khan Academy
"Students today depend on _____ too much. They don't know how to __________________________.

They can't __________________. What will they do when __________________?"
"______________ will be the ruin of education in our country. Students use these devices and then throw them away. The American values of thrift and frugality are being discarded. Businesses and Banks will never allow such expensive luxuries."
"Students today depend on paper too much. They don't know how to write on a slate without getting chalk dust all over themselves. They can't clean a slate properly. What will they do when they run out of paper?"
Principal, 1815
"Ballpoint pens will be the ruin of education in our country. Students use these devices and then throw them away. The American values of thrift and frugality are being discarded. Businesses and banks will never allow such expensive luxuries."
Federal Teachers, 1950
Technology is a distraction

Limited student "at-home" access and modifying my instruction to address those concerns

How can I use technology in a way that is cost-effective and does not require subscriptions to various services or websites?
SMART or Promethean Boards vs. Limited Technology in my classroom
The thing breaks! What do I do?
Technology is changing all the time, how do I keep up?
Let's try one more...
How do I limit technology repetitiveness? I don't want to be boring...
Right now you are probably thinking...
Each person will identify at least 5 technologically based strategies or resources from this presentation you will use in your classroom
But most importantly...
"How do I do this?"
Enhance Your Curriculum
"What is Technology Integration?"
Student Helps
In-class Strategies
Where do I go from here?
Step out of your comfort zone and try some of these sites for yourself!

Explore other sites and experiment when you see a site that you think you could use in the classroom.

Ask questions and research sites

Kloper, E., Osterweil, S., Groff, J., Haas, J. (2009). The instructional power of digital games, social networking, simulations and how teachers can leverage them. The Education Arcade, 1-19.
Groff, J., & Mouza, C. (2008). A framework for addressing challenges to classroom technology use. AACE Journal, 16(1), 21-46.
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