2012 Celebration of Teaching and Learning Envisioning Teaching and Learning in the Digital Age – Next Steps.

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  • 2012 Celebration of Teaching and Learning Envisioning Teaching and Learning in the Digital Age Next Steps
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  • Your perspective: What was your primary goal for attending the Celebration? (please choose one) A: Better understand the implications of digital environments for college pedagogy broadly. B: Understand key components of best practices using technology across the curriculum. C: Gain hands-on experience using new instructional technologies and tools. D: Networking with your colleagues. E: Reflecting on your teaching practices 4
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  • Your perspective: I achieved my primary goal for attending the Celebration. A. Strongly agree B. Agree C: Neither Agree Nor Disagree D: Disagree E: Strongly Disagree 5
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  • Your perspective: How familiar are you now with how technology can be used to promote student learning? A: I have a very low level of familiarity. B: I have a low level of familiarity. C: I have a moderate level of familiarity. D: I have a high level of familiarity. E: I have a very high level of familiarity. 6
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  • Your perspective: How much did you learn today? A: OMG! I had no idea there was so much I could do! B: I added significantly to my existing technology knowledge base. C:I primarily reinforced what I already knew Ill probably tweak a few things, but I dont need to make any significant changes. 7
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  • Your perspective: Which statement most accurately describes the nature of what you learned today? A: I gained a deeper conceptual understanding and feel a greater readiness to get started. B: I learned about new tools I can start to use tomorrow with my students. C: I learned how to use familiar tools in new ways. D: All of the above. 8
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  • Thinking things through As I consider integrating my new understanding and tools into my current pedagogical experience, what models might assist me in this process? 9
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  • Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK) 10 Koehler, M. J. (2008). TPACK Technological Pedagogical and Content Knowledge. Retrieved from http://www.tpck.org/.http://www.tpck.org/
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  • Your perspective: Rate your level of content knowledge (in terms of the subjects you teach) on a 1 (low) to 5 (high) scale. A: 1 B: 2 C: 3 D: 4 E: 5 11
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  • Your perspective: Rate your level of pedagogical knowledge (in terms of best practices in teaching and learning) on a 1 (low) to 5 (high) scale. A: 1 B: 2 C: 3 D: 4 E: 5 12
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  • Your perspective: Rate your level of technological knowledge (in terms of your instructional role) on a 1 (low) to 5 (high) scale. A: 1 B: 2 C: 3 D: 4 E: 5 13
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  • Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK) 14 Koehler, M. J. (2008). TPACK Technological Pedagogical and Content Knowledge. Retrieved from http://www.tpck.org/.http://www.tpck.org/
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  • The Technology Integration Matrix 15 College of Education, University of South Florida (2011). The Technology Integration Matrix. Retrieved from http://fcit.usf.edu/matrix/matrix.php.http://fcit.usf.edu/matrix/matrix.php
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  • The Technology Integration Matrix 16 College of Education, University of South Florida (2011). The Technology Integration Matrix. Retrieved from http://fcit.usf.edu/matrix/matrix.php.http://fcit.usf.edu/matrix/matrix.php
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  • Your perspective: Where do you see your current level of technological integration in terms of the Technological Integration Matrix? A: Entry B: Adoption C: Adaptation D: Infusion E: Transformation 17
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  • The SECTIONS decision-making model Students Ease Of Use Costs Teaching Interaction Organization Novelty Speed and Security Bart, Mary. "Determining the Best Technology for Your Students, Your Course, and You." facultyfocus.com. Magna Publications, 2011. Web. 9 Feb 2012. 18
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  • Low Threshold Applications A Low Threshold Application (LTA) is a teaching/learning application of information technology that is reliable, accessible, easy to learn, non-intimidating and (incrementally) inexpensive. TLT Group (2011). Low Threshold Applications. Retrieved from http ://tltgroup.wordpress.com/low- threshold-applications/http ://tltgroup.wordpress.com/low- threshold-applications/ 19
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  • Next Steps: 20 My single most significant insight today
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  • Next Steps: 21 My single biggest barrier to more fully integrating todays ideas and tools into my own teaching
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  • Next Steps: 22 What I will do to begin to address this barrier
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  • Next Steps: 23 Three action steps I will take within the next week as a direct result of todays celebration

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