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How can I help you integrate Technology???

This video is intended to guide the staff in MSAD #74 to understand what some of the resources are to help with technology integration in their classrooms.

Jaime Steward

on 9 November 2012

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Transcript of How can I help you integrate Technology???

Video-Conferencing Google Prezi Blogs Classroom Website Presentations Student Portfolios Maine Memory Network Professional Development Online Classroom Tech Integration Technology integration is the use of technology resources -- computers, digital cameras, CD-ROMs, software applications, the Internet, etc. -- in daily classroom practices, and in the management of a school. Technology integration is achieved when the use of technology is routine and transparent. Technology integration is achieved when a child or a teacher doesn't stop to think that he or she is using a computer or researching via the Internet. Portaportal Tandberg unit at CCS and CHS Tandberg unit at elementary schools Virtual Field Trips Collaborative Projects with other classes Programming Google Docs Google Searches Spreadsheets Word Processing Presentations Google Sites Google Forms Google Maps Google Earth COLLABORATION Sketchup Picasa Google Scholar Google News Local History New Portland Wire Bridge 1887 Shipwreck at Portland Head Light Find historical Maine pictures and other items. Use the program Scratch with your students to create: Scratch is designed with learning and education in mind. As young people create and share projects in Scratch, they develop important design and problem-solving skills, learning how to think creatively, reason systematically, and work collaboratively. Free download! Go to: scratch.mit.edu Book Reports educational games Free bookmarking resource Create a guest name for your students or peers to use How to use Twitter as a professional development tool Access to many online resources for professional development How to create and share professional development resources with others You can create a classroom website very quickly! Some of the tools available to create your site:

Google Sites
FirstClass Parent Communication Homework Classroom Calendar Student interaction Student Collaboration We have many programs available for you and your students to use to create presentations (sometimes known as slideshows) OpenOffice Keynote Google Presentation You and your students can really show what you know in this format You can include graphs, graphics, and text This information was presented using the free program Prezi. Another way to present information More visual than a slideshow Almost like combining a visual organizer with a slideshow You can create a specific path for your information to flow in after throwing all of the main ideas on one page Would you like to organize all assingments in one place? Moodle You can assign all work on one page and have your students complete their tests and quizzes this way as well There are many ways with the 1:1 technology that we have in grades 5-12 that your students can keep an electronic portfolio of their work Examples are available upon request Use Google to create student portfolios for older students Use Voicethread or another resource for younger students Blog: Originally Web Log, shortened to blog An online journal Book Discussions Parent updates Daily, weekly, monthly classroom updates Commenting by students, parents and peers on your information How may I help you??? 1. Setup a time for me to work with you in your classroom 2. Get the information necessary for me to help you find and plan to integrate these resources into your curriculum 3. We will work with your students and begin using the new resources Thank You! To contact me:

Jaime Steward-
MSAD #74 Technology Integration Specialist


Or call me at CCS:

207-635-2209 Let me know how I can help!
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