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According to Pink, “Artists, inventors, designers, storytellers, caregivers, consolers, big-picture thinkers – will reap society’s richest rewards and share its greatest joys”. Conceptual Age This presentation will include the first three of the six major areas that we have identified for applying technology into the classroom : : This presentation will include the first three of the six major areas that we have identified for applying technology into the classroom : Design Storytelling Meaning through Collaboration Synthesize Creativity Digital Citizenship and ethics Slide 4: 1 Design 2 Stories 6 Synthesize 4 Creativity 5 Collaborative Methods Digital Toolbox Methods Digital Toolbox 3 Digital Citizenship Methods Digital Toolbox Methods Methods Technology Integration Methods Digital Toolbox Digital Toolbox Digital Toolbox Prerequisites to Teaching The Tra-Digital Way : Teachers have to understand the meaning of highly engaged classrooms Teachers must have a clear and concise understanding of how students learn Teachers must apply these understandings of how students learn in high engaging classrooms through true integration of technology. Prerequisites to Teaching The Tra-Digital Way Introducing The Digital NativeThe Net Generation : Introducing The Digital NativeThe Net Generation Video Hyperlink Digital Natives, The Net GenerationMarc Prensky Digital Natives Digital Immigrants ©2001 : Our students have changed radically. Today’s students are no longer the people our educational system was designed to teach. They represent the first generations to grow up with technology. The Net Generation as Learners Today’s average college grads have spent less than 5,000 hours of their lives reading, but over 10,000 hours playing video games. Computer games, email, the Internet, cell phones and instant messaging are integral parts of their lives. Digital Natives, The Net GenerationMarc Prensky Digital Natives Digital Immigrants ©2001 Rethinking Education : Digital Immigrant instructors, who speak an outdated language (that of the pre-digital age), are struggling to teach a population that speaks an entirely new language. Digital Immigrant teachers assume that learners are the same as they have always been, and that the same methods that worked for the teachers when they were students will work for their students now. But that assumption is no longer valid. Rethinking Education What Should Change? : What Should Change? Education should focus on the student, interact with students, customize individual ways of learning, and encourage collaboration. Video Hyperlink Slide 10: Schedule A Workshop firstname.lastname@example.org http://digitalsandbox.weebly.com/ Designing Highly Engaging Digital LessonsThe Tra-Digital Way : Designing Highly Engaging Digital LessonsThe Tra-Digital Way Video Hyperlink Now what is tra-digital? : Tra-digital is the capturing of effective instructional practices and applying those practices to high engaging digital tools that are integrated to fit different modalities of learning. Now what is tra-digital? What if : What if you could tap into those modalities of learning to keep your students highly engaged by literally speaking the same language as your students? Modality is a preference to leaning Visual Auditory Kinesthetic What if : What if your teaching and learning design closed the gap between your world and your students’ quickly and naturally every time? What if you could design lessons that captured students’ learning styles, tapped into their array of intelligences, unleashed their motivation and did it tra-digitally? Slide 15: What if you always designed your lessons with three elements in mind? Modality Chunked Review Next we will look at a few digital lessons that have been designed with these three elements in mind. Slide 16: The Planets Slide 17: Avatars can be used when designing a digital lesson as a way of interacting with students. When incorporating avatars into a lesson they can be used to define terms, give directions to activities or reinforced content. Avatars can be integrated into a presentation Most avatars are known as “bots” and are powered by Natural Language Processing. Crazy Talk Avatars : Crazy Talk Avatars With Crazy Talk teachers can make famous historical people come to life as funny talking and animated characters. Students can demonstrate their many talents in design and digital storytelling through unique and creative works made with their own narrations and voiceovers. I Clone Avatars : I Clone Avatars I Clone software allows for character creation for digital lesson design, in multiple ways to increase lesson depth. Through the unique features of 3D movie making software; content expression can be brought to life by incorporating historical characters. History teachers can introduce the exploration of Christopher Columbus through an early explorers narrative; science content of the planetary system can be explained by Albert Einstein and a Samurai Warrior can bring the travels along the Silk Road to life all through 3D characterization. Incorporating Videos : Video resource clips that can be incorporated into a lesson such as illustrating different parts of a volcano. Incorporating Videos Demonstrating A Model Short video clips can also be used to illustrate a model or diagram; giving in-depth definitions and concept development through multi-media presentations. Slide 21: MAGMA CHAMBER LAVA FLOW ASH CLOUD CONDUIT OR PIPE SIDE VENT THROAT Slide 22: Movie Maker is video editing software that is included in the Microsoft Windows operating system. It contains features such as effects, transitions, titles/credits, audio track, timeline narration, and Auto Movie. Digital media can be chunked to short sessions to emphasize discussion topics or points of interest in a lesson. Chunking Video Bypassing the Firewall Video Downloader's : Bypassing the Firewall Video Downloader's Zamzar is a free online file conversion tool that allows you to convert Document, Image, Music and Video Formats without having to download any software. YouTube Downloader: Downloads FLV files from Youtube. Copy and paste the URL of a video from Youtube into the program, and Download. Video Storage Resources : Video Storage Resources A selection of videos that will be of interest to teachers. Channels are organized by subject as well as a professional development section. This is intended to be a safe place for students to access and post video. Videos are organized by subject as well as careers, student clubs etc. Vimeo is a family-safe, private-video focused alternative to YouTube . The site has an, easy-to-grasp interface and customizable embeddable player. Experience Creates Mental Questions : Why? How? What? Experience Creates Mental Questions Experience should create emotional engagement which in turn creates a mental question such as: When the experience of a lesson creates question marks have students, bookmark it, bind it and tag it through social bookmarking activities. Social Bookmarking Resources : Social Bookmarking Resources Delicious: Delicious as an educational tool is in making bookmarks accessible to other students in a learning community, and makes everyone else’s bookmarks available to those who are invited to join the learning community. Live Binders: is a way for students to bookmark and showcase WebPages in a categorical format using tabs to organize web url's. The user can select a broad topic category like “Bunker Hill" designed to help students organize sub categories around the Revolutionary War through the use of tabs. By ‘tagging’ your bookmarks with brief one or two word descriptors, enables a search to be conducted across the entire site for bookmarks others have labeled with similar interest. Link Video Link Slide 27: What is Your Design Modalities Avatars Technology Integration Chunked Review Models Multimedia Tools Hyper linking Bookmarking Label AV Storage Downloader's Digital Lesson Design : To Learn More Go To: Digital Lesson Design Tech N Tuit @ pbworks.com Contact email@example.com Questions and Answers Digital Tools for Digital Stories : Digital Tools for Digital Stories Video Hyperlink Technology LiteracyStudents who create digital stories improve their skills by : using software that combines a variety of multimedia tools still images, audio, video and oftentimes, Web publishing learn to digitize media content by using scanners, digital still cameras, and video cameras create the narration and soundtrack using microphones, digitizing audio and working with music and sound effects. Technology LiteracyStudents who create digital stories improve their skills by Digital Storytelling as an Effective Learning Tool for Students : Digital Literacy Global Literacy Technology Literacy Visual Literacy Information Literacy Digital Storytelling as an Effective Learning Tool for Students Digital tools that allow students and teachers to articulate stories the tra-digital way. : Story" is not just about storytelling but about listening to stories and being a part of stories. We were all born storytellers (and "story listeners"). As kids we looked forward to "show and tell" and we gathered with our friends at recess and at lunchtime and told stories about real things and real events that mattered, at least they mattered to us. Digital tools that allow students and teachers to articulate stories the tra-digital way. Slide 33: Digital story telling combines the conversion of written narrative to digital voiceovers that is aided by computer tools. What Is a Digital Story? Point of View A Dramatic Question Emotional Content The Gift of your Voice The Power of the Soundtrack Economy Pacing Stories that Support Content : How do teachers design lessons as a series of collective stories, what stories are being told by the teacher or student to draw interest to content? How can we give students a more empowering story to focus on the importance of learning? Would a student know and understand concepts through story development and expression when they walk out of the classroom door? Stories that Support Content Digital story on Marquis James was an American journalist and author, twice awarded the Pulitzer Prize. Using A Taxonomy to Transform Characters in Story : Using A Taxonomy to Transform Characters in Story What will we emulate within the learning structure? How can we take the concept of Bloom's affective taxonomy to the next level? Slide 36: Digital Storytelling refers to using new digital tools to help people to tell their own real-life stories. Photostory3 is a free Microsoft production tool that can be used to organize digital photos along an event’s timeline that allows digital creators the ability to add transitions, motion, sound, and titles, to a production. Download Slide 37: Audacity is a free, digital audio editor includes: Importing and exporting WAV, MP3 Editing via Cut, Copy, Paste Multi-track mixing Digital effects and effect plug-ins. Noise removal Tutorial Sites Slide 38: If a student is absent, he or she can download the podcast of the recorded lesson. It can be a tool for teachers or administrators to communicate curriculum, assignments and other information with parents and the community. Podcasts enable students and teachers to share information with anyone anytime. Podcast about Podcasting Use of Ipods, Ipads or mp3 Players For mp3 storage use box.net flash widget Microphones : The Snowball is a stationary microphone, with a design preferred for recording because of its smooth frequency response and ability to pick up transient sounds. The Snowball has features that increase versatility including tripod, which holds the microphone at a perfect desktop speaking height. Microphones Audio Recording Resources The Zoom H2 is a portable microphone that can be used in a variety of different scenarios. The H2 can be used for rehearsal to podcasting to recording live music. The portable recording system has 4 encapsulated microphones for auto recording allows file splitting and merging, making live track marks to files, normalization, and converting to MP3 capabilities. Web Cam Avatars : To express unique characterization to project-based activity teachers can have students use Avatar characters to write and read the content of the lesson or script. The script is a specially prepared narration that allows the viewers to hear and see a presentation in a creative format. Through 3D Avatar characterization students can animate facial expressions and head movements while narrating a script. Web Cam Avatars Creative Commons Images : “Now here is a one rule- that the media files you use in your story have to be ones that are licensed or shared with permission to re-use; this is the only way you can safely share your new creation by knowing it does not contain any copyrighted material plus it is just darn human courtesy to give credit where the creation came from. So just finding a picture via Google is not satisfactory. For each media file you find, as you search, be sure to document the source by title and URL and find a person or organization to give credit.” Creative Commons Images Image Editors : Editing photos before placing into a digital story, need not require expensive software such as Photoshop or other desktop applications. A number of free photo editing tools have begun to appear online; that allow personal photos to be imported and exported from ones computer. Image Editors Sound Resources : American Rhetoric (famous speeches) Freeplay Music´s FindSounds.com Nature Songs PodSafe Audio MIDIMART.NET Partners In Rhyme Soundzabound Royalty Free Music Sound Resources Royalty Free Music : Royalty Free Music The person using the work of music must be for non-profit or educational purposes; The copyrighted work must be suitable for educational use, criticism, research or other non-revenue-generating uses; The work must not be used in its entirety or presented in its entirety without adding any commentary or supplemental educational material; The use of the music work must not alter the value or accessibility of the work to others purchasing or paying royalty fees for commercial use of the work. Timelines of Historical Events : Timeline Makers are traditionally used to explore the life of an individual or the events of a particular period. You could also use them to explore the day in the life of a person, create a story or track a historical event. In some tools you can attach pictures, text and video so why not use a Timeline Maker to make a presentation rather than PowerPoint. As always care should be taken to check the appropriateness of the material on display when using public websites. Timelines of Historical Events Putting It All Together In A : Putting It All Together In A Capzles.com is a social networking site that allows users to tell a story using pictures, video clips, audio tracks and text. Users are given the ability to place this media, called “moments”, together chronologically in a timeline. The result is called a “capzle”. Slide 47: What is Your Design Modalities Avatars Chunked Review Models Multimedia Tools Hyper linking Bookmarking Label AV Storage Downloader's What Stories Language Arts Standards Digital Global Technology Visual Information Capzles Image Editors Web Cams Audacity PhotoStory Digital Storytelling : To Learn More Go To: Digital Storytelling Tech N Tuit @ pbworks.com Contact firstname.lastname@example.org Questions and Answers Designing Co-CreatingLearning Environments : Designing Co-CreatingLearning Environments Video Hyperlink New World Collaboration : Do students ever discuss content with peers and how often do they discuss topics outside of the classroom? Is the classroom an exciting intellectual environment where topics are mirrored? How does the classroom allow for students to make additional connections so that the student can be further immersed in using and exploring information and understanding of concepts outside of the classroom environment? Is the content of schooling compartmentalized and separated from cross curriculum unit development and technology-based project learning strategies? New World Collaboration Collaboration Study Tools : Collaboration Study Tools FlashcardExchange is a flashcard-sharing site that lets you create and study digital forms of everyone's favorite 3x5 cards. The directory already has a large list of subjects. FlashcardExchange can be helpful for test preparation, certification exam review, and language learning. Study Stack allows teachers and students to create flashcards, crossword puzzles, matching games, word searches, and other classic study games for any subject area. Quizlet is designed to make learning fun. You enter a vocabulary list of any words or data you want. Quizlet gives you a specialized learning mode, flashcards, randomly-generated tests, and collaboration tools for classmates. Education in the Conceptual AgeThe Collaborative Way A Rising Power to New Mediums of Web 2.0-Based Education : Education in the Conceptual AgeThe Collaborative Way A Rising Power to New Mediums of Web 2.0-Based Education Due to deep changes in technology, education is entering a new age where students can participate in their own expansion of knowledge like never before. In fact the MySpace generation is the largest online community in the world, where over 100 million young people hangout daily. Meaning through Collaboration : The greatest meaning of all comes from our relationships. The relationships that we have with our work individually, the relationships that we have with our co-workers and the relationships that we have with our students and parents. Few things can be more rewarding than connecting with someone, with teaching something new, or sharing that which you feel is very important with others. Where is the “meaning” in the work that your students do everyday? How do you share knowledge in your classroom; is it global or is it contained? Meaning through Collaboration Project Based Learning : Project-based learning is a model for classroom activity that shifts away from the classroom practices of short, isolated, teacher-centered lessons and instead emphasizes learning activities that are long-term, interdisciplinary, student-centered, and integrated with real world issues and practices. Project Based Learning Project-Based Learning : Creates a "driving question" that is anchored in a real-world problems and uses multiple content areas. Gives opportunities for students to make active investigations enabling them to learn concepts, apply information, and represent their knowledge in a variety of ways. Provides collaboration among students, teachers, and others in Web 2.0 environments so that knowledge can be shared and distributed between the members of a "learning community" Establishes the use of cognitive tools in the learning environment. Students represent their ideas using Web 2.0 tools. Project-Based Learning Ways to Design Highly Engaging Digital LessonsThe Collaborative Way : Ways to Design Highly Engaging Digital LessonsThe Collaborative Way As educators, we need to be thinking about how to teach in the language of the Digital Natives. The first involves a major translation and change of methodology. The second involves new content and thinking. So we have to invent; adapting materials to the language of the Net Generation. Hyperlink Design Template Hyperlink Design Template Slide 57: Converse Post ideas Respond Forum WritePublish Comment CreatePublishCommentConversePost IdeasRespondShareEditCollaborateEngage Blog PBworks Three great ways to communicate with students Lesson Writer : Lessonwriter creates lesson plans and instructional materials for teaching English language skills from any reading passage. Teachers can choose different content to meet the interests and needs of individual groups of students while teaching the same English Language Skills to the entire class, or keeps the content consistent while choosing to emphasize different skills and vocabulary. Lesson Writer Authentic Assessment : assessment is an ongoing process documenting that learning teacher assessment peer assessment, self-assessment, reflection Assessment practices should be inclusive and well understood by students, allowing them opportunities to participate in the process in ways not typically supported by more traditional teacher-centered lessons. Authentic Assessment Assessment Digital Tools : Assessment Digital Tools This simple tool allows you to collect feedback on a document you have posted. Students could post a piece of work for peer assessment before submitting a final redrafted piece for teacher assessment. The IRubric site will particularly appeal if you use rubrics or marking grids in your assessments. You can either browse through a selection of shared rubrics or make your own. A rubric is a scoring tool for subjective assessments. It is a set of criteria and standards linked to learning objectives that is used to assess a student's performance on papers, projects, essays, and assignments. Prezi and Widgets : Prezi and Widgets Prezi is an online presentation application alternative to PowerPoint. The online open source flash based software application that allows users to create a presentation without using slides. Prezi Hyperlink A widget is a stand-alone application that can be embedded into third party sites by any user on a page where they have rights of authorship Slide 63: What is Your Design Modalities Avatars Chunked Review Models Multimedia Tools Hyper linking Bookmarking Label AV Storage Downloader's What Stories Language Arts Standards Digital Global Technology Visual Information Capzles Image Editors Web Cams Audacity PhotoStory Collaborative Project-Based Extended Authentic Real World Lesson writer Blogs Wikis Collaborative Study Tools I Rubric Ways to Design Highly Engaging Digital LessonsThe Collaborative Way : To Learn More Go To: Ways to Design Highly Engaging Digital LessonsThe Collaborative Way Tech N Tuit @ pbworks.com Contact email@example.com Questions and Answers Part III Creating a Symphony of Learning : Part III Creating a Symphony of Learning Video Hyperlink Tech N TuIt : http://techntuit.pbworks.com http://twitter.com/digitalsandbox1 firstname.lastname@example.org Tech N TuIt Part VEthics and Social Networks : Part VEthics and Social Networks Video Hyperlink Go! Animate : GoAnimate is a web-based tool that will allow students to experience the creation of an animated flash production using cartoon characters. The free open source software application provides easy to use templates such as cartoon characters, the ability to mix audio tracks, develop background, themes, to produce and post creative animated projects. Go! Animate Slide 70: Google Earth is a virtual globe program. It maps the earth by the superimposition of images obtained from satellite imagery, aerial photography and GIS over a 3D globe. Teach global awareness by incorporating current events. Google Earth Web Link KMZ File Empathy and Social Networking : Empathy means that everyone makes an appreciated contribution to a network of creative learning. Empathy is creating collaborative learning opportunities through social networks. Why are social networks so addicting? Because people like to interact and know that their contributions are being discussed and appreciated. Teachers need to instruct and apply the educational benefits and ethics of social networking. Empathy and Social Networking Empathy : Empathy is about the ability to be present. To be in the now. Unfortunately, so many of us are running so hard it is a difficult thing to accomplish whether at work or at home. Successful teachers insure that their primary job is to “make students feel good about themselves”. Teachers need to work diligently at “finding the good in every child”. How does your classroom make students feel good about themselves? Empathy Content Building Digital Libraries : Content Building Digital Libraries Teachers and students who create, digital activities can then be engaged in an important role in demonstrating the practical and effective uses of interactive technology resources in both teaching and learning. For teachers, digital content libraries will offer access to a broad array of combining interdisciplinary content into a complete seamless learning experience. Multimedia Tools : Multimedia Tools Project-Based Learning Components : Content Standards – Content Building Multimedia Integration - Tools Student Direction – Mind Mapping Real World Connection - Interdisciplinary Extended Time Frame – Online File Storage Assessment - Rubrics Collaboration – Virtual Web 2.0 Project-Based Learning Components Multimedia Integration : The multimedia component gives students opportunities to use various technologies effectively as tools in the planning, development, or presentation of their projects. Technology can easily become the main focus of a given project, the real strength of the multimedia component lies in its integration with the subject curriculum and its authentic use in the production process. Multimedia Integration Digital Content Tools : Digital Content Tools Delicious is a bookmarking service that is specifically designed for saving and sharing bookmarks. It is useful tool for educators because the software application allows for the storage and categorization of hundreds of links to interesting web sites. Zoho is an online Web service that lets you do almost anything online that you can do on a desktop computer—from creating documents to building a spreadsheet to managing a database, plus conferencing, project-management, and chatting. Extended Time Frame : Extended Time Frame Creating Mind Maps Analyzing project content, planning collaborative Web 2.0 responsibilities, estimating time, and preparing resources are key tasks in a project. This section highlights these tasks - and shows the student how to be successful as a project planner. A map helps students develop the timeline for the project, and gather resources to support critical learning activities in the project. Extended Time Frame Tools : Extended Time Frame Tools Creating Mind Maps Digital tools that allow students and teachers to synthesize and compare strands of ideas to create new elements of thought. : Digital tools that allow students and teachers to synthesize and compare strands of ideas to create new elements of thought. Symphony – this is about seeing the big picture. About pulling the pieces together. In order to develop symphony into a lesson, teachers have to be using the same score or set the same expectations through authentic assessments. Is every student in the classroom playing the same tune, or understanding concepts at the correct level of complexity and difficulty? Do they know the score, what is expected? Symphony for Learning Semantic Mapping : Semantic mapping is a useful tool for activating and engaging for both pre and post assessment of learning. A major strength in semantic learning is that it helps students to construct a model for organizing and integrating information that they are learning. A major strength in semantic learning is that it helps students to construct a model for organizing and integrating information that they are learning. Semantic Mapping Video Hyperlink Concept Maps : Concept maps like Bubble us and Mindmister are useful tools for helping students organize information about important topics by showing relationships between concepts and standards. To create a concept map the teacher just simply places the major concept in a center oval and connects the stems or linking words (supporting concepts) between ovals. Usually the general concept is placed in the center of the diagram with supporting statements branching out from the general concept. Concept Maps Data Collection : Data takes many forms and has many uses in education, but this particular data gathering method can give you data tailored to you or data tailored to individual courses. How would you use data collection tools in your classroom? What information would you poll to support a theory or idea? Data Collection Collaborative Research Tools : Delicious is a bookmarking service that is specifically designed for saving and sharing bookmarks. It is useful tool for educators because the software application allows for the storage and categorization of hundreds of links to interesting web sites. Web-chops is suitable for students undertaking research on the web. Generally speaking the site allows the user to take snapshots or clips from the page directly and occasionally add notes and comments for other users. Collaborative Research Tools Slide 85: 1. Design 2. Stories 4. Collaborative Methods Digital Toolbox Methods Digital Toolbox Methods Digital Toolbox Methods Methods Building Professional Network Methods Digital Toolbox Digital Toolbox Digital Toolbox 6. Digital Citizenship 5. Creativity 3. Synthesize Slide 86: Schedule A Workshop email@example.com http://digitalsandbox.weebly.com/ You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.