Going Paperless: The Integration of Netbooks in the Social Studies Classroom

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Presentation for Fairfax County Social Studies In-Service about Netbook 1:1 integration.

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  • 1. Ken MartinJillian Zuber Key Middle School

2.

  • What are your Expectations for today?

3. Great Resource: 4.

  • Technology can give students more control over their own learning -

5.

  • Thinking outside of the Box:How do you change the way you teach to truly integrate technology?

6.

  • TEACHER-LED
  • STUDENT-LED

7.

  • TEXTBOOK
  • Resource or startingpoint.
  • ONLINE
  • Databases, online research

8.

  • GRADES
  • Online, students more likely to improve products/discussions.
  • ASSESSMENT
  • Immediate feedback, working towards mastery.

9.

  • INQUIRY
  • DIFFERENTIATION

10. Using 24/7 ToolsBlogs WIKIS Discussion Board Assessment Tools Virtual Classroom 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

  • 24/7
  • NETWORK

16.

  • INTERNETTOOLS
  • Dont be afraid to take time to teach the skills!
  • EXPECTATIONS AND FEEDBACK
  • Set Clear Goals and Expectations. Give timely, meaningful feedback.

17.

  • 1. Which tools match different components of the lesson?
  • 2. What technology skills would the students need to participate? How can I teach these skills?
  • 3. How can I differentiate for each students learning style or readiness?

18.

  • Think of a lesson you will teach the 1 st month of school.
  • Jot down your lesson in theLEARN Template.

19.

  • How you could include technology.
  • Make sure it ismeaningful

20. 21.

  • I did enjoy my class more because it gave me a learning opportunity, and when we were done with assignments we didn't have to ask what to do all the time. All we had to do was go to today's agenda on blackboard

22.

  • At first it was hard to get used to the net books but after a while I got used to it. I think it helped me with my grammar andtyping which helps for all other subjects .

23.

  • AGENDAS!!
  • A lot of people like to have a schedule so they have something to look forward to. With the agendawe can see what we will be learning in the day and be able to look forward to later in that same class.

24.

    • Things do not change, we change.
    • Henry David Thoreau ,Walden (1970)