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Standard One Engaging and Supporting All Students in
Engaging Students with Learning Self-Reflection and Technology
Karen HardySummer 2010Writers du Lac1
2Cooperative Technology Education
This course is designed to provide students with part-time work
experience in various occupations combined with classroom
instruction in their perspective fields of study. Emphasis is
placed on skill development in personal career management and human
relations. Work-based learning strategies appropriate for this
course are service learning, field trips, job shadowing,
internships, and apprenticeships. Simulations, projects and
Video5Engaging Students in Learning and
Self-ReflectionConnecting students prior knowledge, life
experience, and interests with learning goals.Using a variety of
instructional strategies and resources to respond to students
diverse needs.Facilitating learning experiences that promote
interaction and choice.Engaging students in problem-solving,
critical thinking, and other activities that make subject matter
meaningful.Promoting self-directed, reflective learning for all
students.6Engaging Students in Learning and Self-ReflectionCreating
a physical environment that engages all students.Establishing a
culture/climate that promotes fairness and respect.Promoting social
development and group responsibility.Establishing and maintaining
standards for student behavior.Planning and implementing classroom
procedures and routines that support student learning.Using
instructional time effectively.7Engaging Students in Learning and
Self-ReflectionDemonstrating knowledge of subject matter content
and student development.Organizing curriculum to support student
understanding of subject matter.Interrelating ideas and information
within and across subject matter areas.Developing student
understanding through instructional strategies that are appropriate
to the subject matter.Using materials, resources, and technologies
to make subject matter accessible to students.8Engaging Students in
Learning and Self-ReflectionDrawing on an valuing students
backgrounds, interests, and developmental learning
needs.Establishing and articulating goals for student
learning.Developing and sequencing instructional activities and
materials for student learning.Designing short-term and long-term
plans to foster student learning.Modifying instructional plans to
adjust for student needs9Engaging Teachers in Learning and
Self-ReflectionReflecting on teaching practice and planning
professional development.Establishing professional goals and
pursuing opportunities to grow professionally.Working with
communities to improve professional practice.Working with families
to improve professional practice.Working with colleagues to improve
11Communicating and Networking and Wikis and BlogsCommunicating
and Networking with Blogs and Wikis are great ways of communication
and teaching methods.
This is an awesome writing strategy and expressions tool. This
is a great ways of communication between students and
13Wiki comes from the Hawaiian word meaning quick, fast, and
This site can be used in an English class to collaborate with
students on different reading assignments.
Wiki can also be good for discussion among teachers, students
and peer students.
This would be a great way to share ideas.
Wiki is a web page thats created by a collaborative group of
writers and designers.Wiki14Blog Page
15BlogBlog term is "web log
This type of website or part of a website.
Blogs are usually maintained by an individual with regular
entries of commentary, descriptions of events, or other material
such as graphics or video.
Entries are commonly displayed in reverse-chronological
"Blog" can also be used as a verb, meaning to maintain or add
content to a blog.
Many blogs provide commentary or news on a particular subject;
others function as more personal are on-line diary. 16Blog Blog
combines text, images, and links to other blogs.
Web pages and other media related to its topic.
The students have the ability to leave their reading assignments
in an interactive format.
The students have the ability to leave comments in an
interactive format.17Blog Most blogs are primarily textual,
although some focus on art (Art Blog), photographs (Photoblog) ,
videos (Video Blogging), music (MP3 blog), and audio
Microblogging is another type of blogging, featuring very short
posts18Communicating and Networking with Skype, Discussion Board,
Teacher Web SitesCommunicating and Networking with Websites, Blogs,
Wikis and are great ways of teaching methods, strategies and great
ways of communication between teachers and students.19Skype
20SkypeSpeak to anyone in the world for free.
Invite family and friends to join Skype and you can chat to them
for as long as you like.
Wherever they are. (Different country) for free.
Say goodbye to quick catch-ups, say hello. 21Skype ePals allows
students to contact class members or individuals, or other
partners, work on writing skills, exchange weather information,
compare communities, and make new friends around the world via
Discussion Board is design to exchange of ideas and information
about differenttopic, usually moderated by an editor.
It is also an electronic forums where teachers, students can
post information and resources.
Discussion Board can also allow parents to view and get
information on updated events.24Teacher-Made-Website
25Teacher-Made-WebsiteList information about the teacher.List
Conference HoursList Homework Assignments.List Reading
Assignments.List Math Assignments.List Spelling WordsList
activities for the week/monthly
26 1.Teaching Interactively2.Sharing Information3.Building
learning communities4.Publishing student work5.Energizing student
writing6. Connecting with parentsFive Major Ways To Use Electronic
CommunicationsTwo Types of Communications28Synchronous
CommunicationsSynchronous Communications is real talk time with
Conversations or instant message exchange.29Asynchronous
CommunicationsAsynchronous Communications involves a time delay
Messages, threaded discussions, or blogs.30Social
NetworkingEducational Networking31Educational NetworkingEducational
Networking involves teachers using social networking technologies
for educational rather than social purposes.32Social
NetworkingSocial Networking is the process of sharing personal
information and profiles online through text messaging, chatting,
blogging, or viewing online communities.33Engaging Students with
TechnologyUse real world applications.Students have some choice in
learning activities.Use real picturesVideo CameraI-PadI-PodMP3
playerStory TellingTechnology is the key to help engage student
achievement..34Engaging Students with TechnologyPodcast
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