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Instructional Technology Specialists

Instructional Technology Specialists Roanoke City Schools June 15 - 16 Technology Goals Support and Enhance the Curriculum Prepare Students for the World They Live In Develop Life Long Learners Develop Collaborative Skills (Team Work) Differentiate Children Learn Best…

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Instructional Technology Specialists

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  1. Instructional Technology Specialists Roanoke City Schools June 15 - 16

  2. Technology Goals • Support and Enhance the Curriculum • Prepare Students for the World They Live In • Develop Life Long Learners • Develop Collaborative Skills (Team Work) • Differentiate

  3. Children Learn Best… • When they inquire. • When they solve real world problems using real world tools. • When instruction is differentiated. • When they collaborate.

  4. Blog • Share a lesson idea that you or one of your teachers implemented that best answers the question,”How can technology enhance a standard based learning environment while promoting inquiry, problem solving, differentiation, or collaboration.

  5. Old Buzz Words(but still good ones) • Multimedia • WebQuests • Kidspiration/Inspiration • Desktop Publishing • Collaborative Online Projects • Digital Cameras

  6. Newer Buzz Words • Smart Technology • Social Software - Blog/ Wiki • RSS/ Aggregator • Web 2.0 • Digital Images/ Creative Commons • Video Streaming • Digital Storytelling • GeoCashing

  7. Show and Tell • GeoCashing - http://www.geocaching.com/ • Geocashing WebQuest - http://members.cox.net/inskeep/GeoQuest/introduction.htm • PhotoStory 3 - Need Windows Media Player 10http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/digitalphotography/photostory/default.mspx • Flickr - http://www.flickr.com/

  8. Digital Storytelling • Essential Question: What is your greatest strength as an educator, as a technology specialist, as an instructional technology specialist?

  9. Digital Storytelling • Task: Create a one minute digital story using iMovie or Photo Story 3 that shares this strength with your peers. Combine images, text, music and voice.

  10. Digital Storytelling Resources: • Script Template • Flickr - http://www.flickr.com/ • Woophy - http://www.woophy.com • BubbleShare - http://www.bubbleshare.com/upload/mmflash • FreePlay Music - http://www.freeplaymusic.com/licensing/termsofuse.php

  11. Blog • Think of an activity that a teacher in your school implemented using technology that would not have been possible otherwise; that is without technology. • Protected - Going Beyond

  12. Show and Tell • EduBlog - http://edublogs.org/ • Flickr Toys - http://flagrantdisregard.com/flickr/ • Gaggle Net - http://gaggle.net/gen?_template=/templates/gaggle/html/index.jsp • PBWiki - http://pbwiki.com/

  13. Digital Images • Essential Question: What do we mean when we say “Literacy in the 21st century includes visual literacy.”?

  14. Digital Images • The picture posted here has 2 identical dolphins in it. It was used in a case study on stress levels at Loma Linda Medical Center. Look at both dolphins jumping out of the water. The dolphins are identical. A closely monitored, scientific study of a group revealed that in spite of the fact that the dolphins are identical, a person under stress would find differences in the two dolphins. The number of differences observed matches closely to the amount of stress the observer is experiencing.Look at the photograph and if you find more than one or two differences you may be experiencing stress.

  15. Digital Images • Task: Discuss this image with a colleague. How does this image effect your job? Use the classroom Wiki to write a short caption for this image. • Flickr image from user Furrous

  16. Blogging/ Digital Images • Essential Question: What is your vision for instructional technology at your school.

  17. Blogging • Task 1: Work with a partner to develop a short vision statement that could be presented to your staff at the beginning of the school year. Create a blog and blog your statement so that your staff has the opportunity to comment. • EduBlog - http://edublogs.org/

  18. Digital Images • Task 2: Create a motivational poster to support your vision using Flickr Toys. • Flickr Toys - http://flagrantdisregard.com/flickr/

  19. Blogging/Digital Images • Resources • Edu Blogs http://edublogs.org/ • Flickr Toys - http://flagrantdisregard.com/flickr/ • Blogger http://www.blogger.com/start • Flickr http://www.flickr.com/ • Learner Blogs - http://learnerblogs.org/

  20. Show and Tell • BubbleShare - http://www.bubbleshare.com/upload/mmflash • Filmloop - http://www.filmloop.com/ • Audioblogger - http://help.blogger.com/bin/answer.py?answer=1050&topic=46

  21. Blogging • Essential Question: How can you facilitate the implementation of your vision for technology?

  22. Blogging • Task: As a large group, brainstorm 2 division wide objectives to facilitate the goal of technology integration. We will let Jamey blog these 2 goals. With these golas in mind, individually identify 2 personal objectives for facilitating technology integration in your school(s) for the upcoming year. Blog these objectives. Be creative. Add helpful links. Add an image.

  23. Blogging • Resources: • Edu Blogs http://edublogs.org/

  24. More Blogging • Blogging as Classroom WebPages - Elementaryhttp://msnelson.blogspot.com/ • History http://coe.sdsu.edu/eet/articles/bloggingtech/ • English http://www.elizabethfullerton.com/ • As a Discussion Forum • http://plowe91.bravejournal.com/ • http://www.mpsomaha.org/willow/sanborn/blog/ • As a tool for Publication • http://mrmayo.typepad.com/magazine/ • A WebQuest Task - http://immigrationexperience.blogspot.com/ • The WebQuest - http://webquest.org/questgarden/lessons/07780-051103175017/

  25. Show and Tell • ePals - http://www.epals.com/ • Global SchoolHouse - http://www.globalschoolnet.org/GSH/index.html • Writely - http://www2.writely.com/info/WritelyOverflowWelcome.htm

  26. Blog • Think of an activity that a teacher in your school implemented using technology that would not have been possible otherwise … that is without technology. Blog your idea.

  27. Collaborative Projects • Essential Question: How can a collaborative project allow students to accomplish something that otherwise would be impossible?

  28. Collaborative Projects • Task: With a partner, explore classroom collaborative projects and then brainstorm ideas for a new project. Write a brief description of a project that a classroom in your school might contemplate hosting next year.

  29. Collaborative Projects • Resources: • ePals • Global SchoolNet Foundation • TeleCollaboration • Class2Class (Math Forum)KidsProj • TechnoSpud Projects

  30. Show and Tell • Del.icio.us - http://del.icio.us/ • Easy Collage - http://easycollage.com/index.htm?gclid=CJWO7PmNxoUCFQ2HHgodsB_trg

  31. Web-Based Lessons • Essential Question: How can I harness the vast resources on the internet to design a quick lesson? http://questioning.org/module2/quick.html

  32. Web-Based Lessons • Task: Work alone or with a partner to design a short web-based lesson. Use our classroom wiki to publish your lesson. Each lesson should include the following. • Essential Question • Task • Resources • Evaluation (optional for today)

  33. PodCasting

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