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They identified instructional strategies that affect student achievement. 9 Strategies : 9 Strategies Identifying similarities and differences Summarizing and note taking Reinforcing effort and providing recognition Homework and practice Nonlinguistic representation Cooperative learning Setting goals and providing feedback Generating and testing hypotheses Questions, cues, and advance organizers Why Technology? : Why Technology? Student excitement and motivation Real World application Meets needs of digital natives Increases student learning Students feel they have more control over their learning Allows teacher to differentiate instruction Technology is nonjudgmental and provides instant feedback. Four Planning Questions for Instruction : Four Planning Questions for Instruction What knowledge will students learn? Which strategies will provide evidence that students have learned that knowledge? Which strategies will help students acquire and integrate that knowledge? Which strategies will help students practice, review, and apply the knowledge? Reflect : Reflect Take a look at the nine strategies identified a few moments ago, which do you do the best and which are your weakest areas? Set goals for yourself based on this reflection. 1-10 : 1-10 On a scale of 1-10, with 10 being the highest, where do you place yourself in regards to your use of technology in the classroom? Why do you feel this way? Strategy #1: Identifying Similarities and Differences : Strategy #1: Identifying Similarities and Differences Compare Classify Metaphors Analogies Classroom Recommendations : Classroom Recommendations Give students a model of the steps for engaging in the process. Use a familiar context to teach students these steps. Have students use graphic organizers as a visual tool to represent the similarities and differences. Guide students as they engage in this process. Gradually give less structure and more guidance. Word 2007 : Word 2007 Graphic Organizer Sites : Graphic Organizer Sites Read/write/Think: http://www.readwritethink.org/student_mat/index.asp Holt Interactive Graphic Organizers: http://my.hrw.com/nsmedia/intgos/html/igo.htm Bubbl.us Smart Board : Smart Board Look in Lesson Activity Toolkit: Under activities. Summarizing and Note Taking : Summarizing and Note Taking Students need to find the main pattern running through the story or event. They need to be able to make connections among important pieces of information. This involves filling in missing parts and translating the information into a synthesized form. Classroom Recommendations : Classroom Recommendations Teach students the rule-based summarizing strategy. Use summary frames. Teach students reciprocal teaching and the group-enhanced summary. Model for Summarizing : Model for Summarizing Steps in Rule-Based Summarizing for Older Students Steps in Rule-Based Summarizing for Younger Students Delete trivial material that is unnecessary to understanding. Delete redundant material. Substitute superordinate terms for more specific terms. Select a topic sentence or invent one if it is missing. Take out material that is not important to understanding. Take out words that repeat information. Replace a list of things with a word that describes the things in the list. Find a topic sentence. If you cannot find a topic sentence, make one up. Auto Summary and Tracking : Auto Summary and Tracking How to set up the document : How to set up the document On Word 2007… go to Review tab on the ribbon. Click on Track Changes options. In older versions of Word… go to Tools > Track Changes> Track Changes Options. You can strike out words or add comment bubbles. Use the Auto Summary Tool to highlight key words. : Use the Auto Summary Tool to highlight key words. How to Find the Auto Summary : How to Find the Auto Summary In Word 2007.. Go to the basic tool circle on the left side of screen. Click on Word Options>Customize> Commands Not in the Ribbon (this is a drop down menu where it says popular tools). In older versions… Tools> Auto Summarize. Note Taking : Note Taking Teach students a variety of note-taking formats. Give students teacher-prepared notes. Remind students to review their notes. Webbing : Webbing http://www.mindmeister.com/ Web Helps : Web Helps http://notestar.4teachers.org/ Google Docs http://www.thinkfree.com/ http://thinktank.4teachers.org/ Summary Frames : Summary Frames http://www.d214.org/shared/depts/staffsupport/SchoolImprovement/docs/sumframespower.pdf Blogs and Wikis : Blogs and Wikis www.blogger.com Pbwiki wikispaces Reinforcing Effort and Providing Recognition : Reinforcing Effort and Providing Recognition Teachers should teach about effort using personal and well-known examples. Both teachers and students can keep track of effort and achievement using rubrics and/or charts. Rubrics : Rubrics http://landmark-project.com/rubric_builder/index.php http://rubistar.4teachers.org/index.php Data Collection : Data Collection Survey Monkey Classroom Response System: Clickers Showcase Student Work/Achievements : Showcase Student Work/Achievements Photo Story Slide Glogster Picasa Picnik Flickr Online Certificates : Online Certificates www.printablecertificateawards.com www.americangreetings.com/ecards.pd Templates on Microsoft Office Audio E-mail : Audio E-mail You can record a message to students. Then send it as an attached audio file. Windows.. Entertainment folder in Accessories in your programs. Sound recorder. Mac: iMovie or QuickTime pro Recognition : Recognition Personalize the recognition. Pause, prompt, and praise. On occasion, offer concrete symbols of recognition. Homework and Practice : Homework and Practice Establish and communicate your homework policy. Design assignments that clearly articulate purpose and outcome. Vary approaches to providing feedback. Blogs/Wikis/Podcasts : Blogs/Wikis/Podcasts Provide opportunities for students to do homework using technology. Commenting on a blog Adding to a wiki Listening to a podcast Practice : Practice Use your interactive games and simulations. I Know That Starfall.com Funbrain.com www.bbc.co.uk/skillwise Ask for Brain Pop. Check out sites on Lori’s Latest Links blog. Reflect : Reflect What tools have you found to be most intriguing? How can we integrate technology and best practices? You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.