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Differentiating Instruction with Technology v. 6.0 at GAETC

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How do you differentiate instruction with technology? Here are the tips and tricks for building a toolkit and creating an environment where every student can learn through differentiating instruction.

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Differentiating Instruction with Technology v. 6.0 at GAETC

  1. 1. Technology Driven Differentiated Instruction Vicki Davis, Teacher @coolcatteacher Coolcatteacher.com/gaetc
  4. 4. A letter from Rebekah “Mrs.Vicki, I cannot put into words how great of a teacher and amazing person you are. I love your class and the fact that you don’t only do what will suffice, but strive to make everything that happens at our school phenomenal and the best it can be. You are honestly the most inspirational person I’ve ever met, and just so you know, you’re on my dream team. Thank you for having the patience your job requires and everything you’ve done to help us all become the best versions of ourselves. I’m blessed that I just so happen to be born, of all of the places in the world, near Camilla and was able to meet you and have a beam of your light shine on my life. You have completely changed my outlook on this world and opened so many doors of opportunity I previously had no idea existed. Before I met you, I hadn’t even considered a career in art. But you have altered my perspective and I now realize that there are endless opportunities and options for an artistic career. I appreciate that you are so real and that you are not afraid to say, ‘hey, you’re not perfect,’ because no one is. And you realize that the beauty of our flaws is that they accentuate our better features. I’m not a believer in predestination, but I believe that God does coax us in the direction of wonderful things, and I believe he urged you to come back to Camilla to do amazing things; and what amazing things you have done! I am so grateful for all that you do and I hope you have an amazing summer!;) Rebekah”
  5. 5. PARENT PAIN POINT: Do My Child’s Teachers Care?
  6. 6. Why I fight this fight
  7. 7. Empty Chairs Matter
  9. 9. Son, what do you wish your teacher knew about you?
  10. 10. I wish she knew my name.
  12. 12. 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 Classroom Management Metacognitive Processes Cognitive Processes Home Env/ Parental Inv Stdnt/Tchr Social Intxn Social/ Behavioral Attributes Motivational/ Affective Attr Peer Group Quantity of Instruction School Culture Classroom Climate Classroom Instruction Curriculum Design Stdnt/Tchr Academic Intxn Classroom Assessment Community Influences Psychomotor Skills Tchr/ Admin Decisionmaking Curriculum and Instruction Parental Involvement Policy Classroom Impl/ Support Student Demographics Out of Class Time Program Demographics School Demographics State Level Policies School Policies District Demographics Relative Influences on Learning
  13. 13. Notice this •Student/Teacher Social Interactions is #5 •Student/Teacher Academic Interaction is #14 •Hattie 2009
  14. 14. Hattie’s 2015 update 1. Student reported grades (how well do they think they’ll do?) 2. Piagetian programs 3. Response to Intervention 4. TeacherCredibility • Trust • Competence • Dynamism • Immediacy 5. Formative Evaluation 6. Micro-teaching (mini lessons) 7. Classroom discussion 8. Comprehensive interventions for LD students 9. Teacher clarity (clear learning intentions) 10. Feedback http://visible-learning.org/glossary/
  15. 15. TEACHER PAIN POINT: How do I differentiate without losing my mind?
  16. 16. CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT: Let’s Look at #1 1. Classroom Management • teacher uses questioning/ recitation strategies that maintain active student participation Wang, Haertel, Walberg, 1997 “What Helps Students Learn? Spotlight on Student Success” http://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/ED461694.pdf
  18. 18. Essential Procedures • Entering Room • Exiting Room • Paperflow • Being Excused from the Room • Essential Positions forTeaching and Interacting
  19. 19. Here’s a Big Secret to Differentiating Have good classroom management procedures so you have the time (and energy) to differentiate!
  20. 20. The problem with technology
  21. 21. Transport us to a better education
  22. 22. SCHOOL PAIN POINT: How can we justify expensive technology?
  23. 23. 11/2/2016 27Vicki A Davis, Cool Cat Teacher - coolcatteacher.com Every student learns differently!
  24. 24. Deliver using dual encoding.
  25. 25. Technology Driven Differentiation AClassroom BAdministration
  26. 26. T h e C l a s s r o o m C a r The Tools (Framework) Learning Environment (essential link) Learning Styles Interests Readiness Level Content Process (engine) 1 2 3 4 5 7 6
  27. 27. T h e C l a s s r o o m C a r The Tools (Framework) 1 Today we will learn: 1. About the framework I use in my classroom. (I’ll give you options for each item) 2. I challenge you to write down your own framework 3. Give you a model to select tools that are easy use in differentiated instruction 4. Give you practical examples of what differentiation looks like.
  28. 28. TEACHER PAIN POINT: I am so busy, how do I find time to do new things with my students?
  29. 29. The power of Three!
  30. 30. THE ANSWER: Build AToolkit one or two new tools a year.
  31. 31. My Toolkit 2005 Social Educational Network (Ning & Blogging) 2005 Wiki 2006 Student Productivity Tools (iGoogle) 2006 Audio File creation 2006 Video creation 2006 Global collaboration 2007 Virtual Worlds 2010 Apps / QR Codes 2011 Cloud Storage/ Paperless 2013 Formative Assessment Platforms (Socrative, Kahoot) Spring 2014 Sophia Fall 2014 Haiku Learning #inflip Teaching Spring 2014 Mobile App Development with Crescerance Merging SIS (Powerschool) with LMS (Haiku Learning) 2015 Proofreading Tools 2015 T h e C l a s s r o o m C a r X
  32. 32. 11/2/2016 37 Vicki A Davis, Cool Cat Teacher - coolcatteacher.com
  33. 33. Educational 11/2/2016 38 Vicki A Davis, Cool Cat Teacher - coolcatteacher.com
  34. 34. TEACHER PAIN POINT: Students type in IM speak and act like they do on social networks in academic spaces.
  35. 35. ANSWER: 1. We are in an academic, educational network, not a social network. 2.You are a professional student.
  36. 36. 11/2/2016 Vicki A Davis, Cool Cat Teacher - coolcatteacher.com 41 1. Educational Network (Ning) – PRIVATE!
  37. 37. 11/2/2016 Vicki A Davis, Cool Cat Teacher - coolcatteacher.com 42
  38. 38. Blog Like a Pirate Blog in first person. Draw a color to determine whether you are the Kraken, Davy Jones, or another character.
  39. 39. Blog Like a BlueMan • Students write in first person as if they were a blue man performing in this performance. • They pick the blue man group video of their choice to embed.
  40. 40. 11/2/2016 Vicki A Davis, Cool Cat Teacher - coolcatteacher.com 45
  41. 41. How you can add blogging to your classroom toolkit? • Ning (Costs more) education.ning.com • Wordpress www.wordpress.com – Edublogs is based on wordpress. www.edublogs.org – We’re taking part of the school website for school blogging. • Blogger www.blogger.com – Kidblogs based on blogger • Write the World writetheworld.com/ – Writing competitions • Padlet www.padlet.com • Seesaw web.seesaw.me – Some younger classrooms are using Padlet and SeeSaw like a blog
  42. 42. TEACHER PAIN POINT: How can I proof and give feedback on all this online work?
  43. 43. ANSWER: YOU DON’T! You use tools that will help students empower themselves to be better writers.
  44. 44. Use Hemingway App w/ Grammarly
  45. 45. Pro Writing Aid
  46. 46. TIP: Remove Sticky Sentences
  47. 47. TIP: Add 25% transitions
  48. 48. What are the proofing / editing tools you can add to your toolkit? • Grammarly www.grammarly.com – Sign up for it using Google Chrome to get basic features free – Pro version gives all kinds of editing, etc. – Can’t use inside Google Docs • Hemingway (a web page) www.hemingwayapp.com – No need to buy the offline version. Use the online version free. – Use small pieces of text and edit from top to bottom. • Pro Writing Aid www.prowritingaid.com – Can use online or add to Google Docs
  49. 49. TEACHER (AND STUDENT) PAIN POINT: I’m a slow typist
  50. 50. Google Voice Typing
  51. 51. Dragon Dictate
  52. 52. Mac Dication • Press Fn Fn twice on your Mac
  53. 53. Read and Write for Google Voice Commenting 1 minute or less voice comment
  54. 54. What are the voice typing tools you can add to your toolkit? • Google Voice Typing http://cctea.ch/G-voicetype • Dragon http://cctea.ch/cct-dragon – Dragon Anywhere (on mobile app – paid) – Dragon Software (on computer) • Dictation on Mac http://cctea.ch/cct-macdictate • Dictation on Mobile phone (hit mic button) • Read Write for Google Chrome http://cctea.ch/cct-readwrite
  55. 55. TEACHER PAIN POINT: How Do I Make Sure Students Know How to Behave Online? (Real Pain Point: How do I keep from losing my job over a kid doing something dumb?)
  56. 56. See “What Your Students REALLY need to know about Digital Citizenship” by Vicki Davis on Edutopia http://www.edutopia.org/bl og/digital-citizenship-need- to-know-vicki-davis Chapter 11 in Reinventing Writing 1. Pick a digital citizenship model
  57. 57. 2. Let students explore the model by creating a website and sharing with each other.
  58. 58. Digital citizenship frameworks you can add to your toolkit • 9 Key P’s of Digital Citizenship – Chapter 13 of my book Reinventing Writing – See my presentation tomorrow ;-) 11 am in this room. – What Your Students Really Need to Know About Digital Citizenship by Vicki Davis – Edutopia - http://cctea.ch/edutopia-digcit • Netsmartz Free training - http://www.netsmartz.org/Training • Mike Ribble http://www.digitalcitizenship.net/ • Digital Citizenship Curriculum by Common Sense Media – https://www.commonsensemedia.org/educators/digital-citizenship
  59. 59. Online behavior has Offline consequences! 3. When something happens, find an offline equivalent when explaining it to administrators.
  60. 60. TEACHER PAIN POINT: How CanThe Class Have A WebsiteThat We All Maintain?
  61. 61. 11/2/2016 Vicki A Davis, Cool Cat Teacher - coolcatteacher.com 70 2. Wiki-centric Classroom http://westwood.wikispaces.com – Hour of code lesson plan
  62. 62. 11/2/2016 Vicki A Davis, Cool Cat Teacher - coolcatteacher.com 71
  63. 63. 11/2/2016 Vicki A Davis, Cool Cat Teacher - coolcatteacher.com 72
  64. 64. Website Builders you can add to your toolkit • Wikispaces – www.wikispaces.com • Weebly – www.weebly.com • Webs – www.webs.com • Wixx – www.wixx.com • Google Sites sites.google.com • Wordpress (see previous) www.wordpress.org
  65. 65. TEACHER & STUDENT PAIN POINT: How can students actually remember what they need to do?
  66. 66. Paper Planners Write it down. Use Google Calendar Calendar.google.com Love Google Calendar app on mobile – my new favorite, just updated from Fantastical. Free. Keep a list!!
  67. 67. TEACHER PAINPOINT: How Can I Help My Students Be Transliterate In Multiple Media?
  68. 68. TEACHER PAINPOINT: How Can I Help My Students Be Transliterate In Multiple Media?
  69. 69. 4. Create Audio 5. Create Video Audacity Pinnacle Studio iMoviehttp://j.mp/wonder-pirate
  70. 70. Do they understand visual grammar? • Storyboards • Screen Shots • Production Schedule • Editing • Sound Tracks • Copyright • Teleprompter (Try free ipad Teleprompter apps) CTI Digital Film Model http://j.mp/dig-film-curr AFI Digital Film Curriculum
  71. 71. TEACHER PAINPOINT: How can I get students to CARE about writing well?
  72. 72. Audience is Important • “Technology creates opportunities for students to do meaningful work that has value outside school, receive feedback on their work, and experience the rewards of publication or exhibition.” Peck & Dorricott, 1994 http://caret.iste.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=evi dence&answerID=9&words=audience
  73. 73. ISTE Nets™ Standards  4. Technology communications tools  Students use telecommunications to collaborate, publish, and interact with peers, experts, and other audiences.  Students use a variety of media and formats to communicate information and ideas effectively to multiple audiences. 6. Collaborate Globally
  74. 74. TEACHER PAINPOINT: How can I get teach students to collaborate with and understand kids in other places?
  75. 75. Phase one - Intra-connection (within your own class) Phase two - Inter-connection (within school/ district) Phase three - Managed global connection Phase four - Student to Student (With Teacher Management) Phase five - Student to Student (with Student Management) Flattening your classroom 6. Collaborate Globally www.flatclassroombook.com
  76. 76. MAD about Mattering
  77. 77. How can we give our students audience? • Take a look at the blogging platforms • Visit my session 7 Steps to Flatten Your Classroom – 1:30 pm Thursday GAETC here!
  78. 78. TEACHER PAINPOINT: How can I engage all of my students (even some of my gamers who don’t seem to like anything?)
  79. 79. 7th! Virtual Worlds 11/2/2016 93Vicki A Davis, Cool Cat Teacher - coolcatteacher.com
  80. 80. 11/2/2016 Vicki A Davis, Cool Cat Teacher - coolcatteacher.com 94
  81. 81. My virtual world “toolkit” 3D 11/2/2016 Vicki A Davis, Cool Cat Teacher - coolcatteacher.com 95 Second Life (2007-2010) Open Sim (2011-2012) Google Sketchup (2013) Minecraft.edu (2014-2016)
  82. 82. Epic Guide to Game Based Learning 11/2/2016 Vicki A Davis, Cool Cat Teacher - coolcatteacher.com 96 http://www.coolcatteacher.com/epic-guide-game-based-learning/
  83. 83. TEACHER PAINPOINT: How can I easily send links or info to student mobile phones or tablets?
  84. 84. #8 Apps / QR Codes http://j.mp/class-qr
  85. 85. #8 Apps / QR Codes QR Code Implementation Guide – http://www.coolcatteacher.com/qr-code-classroom-implementation-guide/ Tip: Shorten the code using bit.ly first
  86. 86. How to add QR Codes to your toolkit • Kaywa - https://qrcode.kaywa.com/ – Just use a static version • Inigma – my favorite QR code reader – http://www.i-nigma.com/ • Every student should know how to use QR codes.
  87. 87. TEACHER PAINPOINT: How can we easily share files, movies, and other things as a class?
  88. 88. #9 Cloud Storage/ As Paperless as Possible Adobe Acrobat Pro • Gmail • Google Docs • Google Sites
  89. 89. TEACHER PAINPOINT: How can I teach computer coding without it being so hard?
  90. 90. #10 Video Game programming See: http://j.mp/15-code Gamestar mechanic http://gamestarmechanic.com/ Gamemaker https://www.yoyogames.com/studio iPad: Kodable (age 5 and up) Hopscotch (4th and up) http://j.mp/hopscotch-ebook by Wes Fryer http://www.tynker.com/hour-of-code/ http://scratch.mit.edu/projects/editor/?tip_bar=hoc
  91. 91. https://www.edutopia.org/blog/15-ways-teaching- students-coding-vicki-davis
  92. 92. TEACHER PAINPOINT: How can I help learners develop empathy for others in difficult situations?
  93. 93. #11 Simulation Environments http://aic.conflix.org University of Michigan
  94. 94. How to develop empathy • Choose to Matter http://www.choose2matter.org/ • Every Classroom Matters Series I did w/ Angela Maiers – http://www.coolcatteacher.com/choose-to- matter-with-angela-maiers/ • Do work that matters – To Be Kind - http://www.tbktobekind.org/about.html
  95. 95. TEACHER PAINPOINT: How can I know what learners know before they have to take a test?
  96. 96. #12 Formative Assessment Socrative ROCKS www.socrative.com! Tip: Play quizzes as races for review. Use open ended questions
  97. 97. Formative Assessment Toolkit https://www.edutopia.org/blog/5-fast-formative-assessment-tools-vicki-davis • Socrative – www.socrative.com • Kahoot – www.getkahoot.com • Gradecam – www.gradecam.com • Fluency Tutor – fluencytutor.texthelp.com • Plickers – www.plickers.com
  98. 98. TEACHER PAINPOINTS: * How can every student learn at their own pace? * How can I teach complex software without having to repeat myself?
  99. 99. HOW CAN I CLONE MYSELF? www.youtube.com/coolcatteacher
  100. 100. #13 In-flipping the Classroom Now known as Blended Learning
  101. 101. TEACHER PAINPOINTS: How can I easily make videos for students? How can I quickly remake a video if just one small thing has changed on a slide?
  103. 103. STUDENT PAINPOINT: What Am I SupposedTo Be Doing InThe Online Classroom?
  104. 104. CONSISTENT LAYOUT OF SCREEN Essential Questions Video with Custom Thumbnail Assignments
  105. 105. STUDENT &TEACHER PAINPOINT: Where am I supposed to turn in my work?
  107. 107. How do I add in-flipping or flipped classroom (or just videos) to my classroom toolkit? • My LMS: Powerschool Learning (used to be Haiku Learning) – https://www.powerschool.com/products/learning/ • My favorite screencasting tools – Office Mix (on PC) – free for Powerpoint Mix.office.com – Screencastomatic - http://screencast-o-matic.com/home – Screenflow – for Mac – http://www.telestream.net/screenflow/overview.htm
  108. 108. TEACHER PAINPOINT: How CanWe Make Mobile Apps As Easily As Possible?
  109. 109. #14 CRESCERANCE: MOBILE APP DEVELOPMENT Want to be a happier person? The secret to being a truly happy person may lie in the most unlikely of places: being kind and encouraging to others! iCare offers loads of fun, creative ways for you to be a kinder, happier person by caring for others. Don’t have time to make a homemade cake or a crafty DIY project? Don’t know the right words to encourage that friend who’s having a hard time? With iCare, you can find loads of great ways to do nice, creative stuff for your friends, family or even the guy at work. With all the nice, fun ideas iCare offers, you don’t even have to have a big imagination to be kind! With iCare, you can find quick, simple ways to be kind to those around you and encourage your peers and yourself through iCare’s many sources of positive input. Our features include: Inspirational videos A daily feed of heartening quotes and blog posts Links to motivating books and other resources The five love languages and the ways to be kind using them Inspiring photos and quotes A motivational playlist from Spotify Sometimes life can get so hectic, it seems that you don’t have the time or energy to think of those around you, but it doesn’t take much to be kind. iCare will help remind you to take time to be kind and be happy!
  110. 110. TEACHER & STUDENT PAINPOINT: How can we feel all this work is worth it?
  114. 114. YOUTAKE LOTS OF PICS AND SHAREWITH PARENTS! I use Bloomz to share with parents…
  115. 115. TEACHER PAIN POINT: I am so busy, how do I find time to do new things with my students?
  116. 116. THE ANSWER: Build AToolkit one or two new tools a year.
  117. 117. THE POWER OFTHREE!
  118. 118. My Toolkit 2005 Social Educational Network (Ning & Blogging) 2005 Wiki 2006 Student Productivity Tools (iGoogle) 2006 Audio File creation 2006 Video creation 2006 Global collaboration 2007 Virtual Worlds 2010 Apps / QR Codes 2011 Cloud Storage/ Paperless 2013 Formative Assessment Platforms (Socrative, Kahoot) Spring 2014 Sophia Fall 2014 Haiku Learning #inflip Teaching Spring 2014 Mobile App Development with Crescerance Merging SIS (Powerschool) with LMS (Haiku Learning) 2015 Proofreading Tools 2015 T h e C l a s s r o o m C a r X
  119. 119. This framework holds everything else I do!
  120. 120. TEACHER PAINPOINT: How Do I EvaluateTools To Reach As Many Learners As Possible?
  121. 121. T h e C l a s s r o o m C a r The Tools (Framework) Learning Styles 1 2
  122. 122. Learning Styles Logical Mathematical Linguistic Spatial Pictures Bodily Kinesthetic Musical Interpersonal Intrapersonal Naturalist
  123. 123. Take a Vote! Which tool should we investigate as it relates to learning styles? 1. Educational Networking 2. Wikis 3. Digital Storytelling
  124. 124. Social Network (Ning) •Blogging •Forums •Administration •Organizing Site •Linking sharer •Acting •Presenting •(Get on film) •Photography •Camera Op •VoiceThread •Animoto •Record audio files •Audacity editor •VoiceThread •Animoto •Photography •Outdoor video •Gcast remotely •“Roving” reporter •Google Earth •Forums •Cell phone enabled Blogging or pics •Discussion facilitators •Reflections •Reading & opinion •Debates
  125. 125. Wikis •Wiki Composition •Writing •Research •Programming •Organizing •Widget finding •Mentoring •Acting •Presenting •(Get on film) •Camera •Photography •Graphic Design •“looks” •Record audio files •Audacity editor •VoiceThread •Animoto •Outdoor dig storytlng or photography •Maps •Environmental research •Discussion mgt •Cell phone enabled Blogging or pics, twitter •Live streaming •Reflecting •Opinion •Reporting on group issues
  126. 126. Digital Storytelling •Script Writer •Call Sheets •Production Schedule •Asst Director •Acting •Presenting •Lighting •Flow & movement •Camera •Editing •Lighting •Storyboarding •Audio Editing •Music Selection •Sound Capture •Scene Scout •Scene set up •Storyboarding •Acting •Directing •Movie Ideas •Vision Casting •Reflecting •Status Reporting •Journal process •Ideas
  127. 127. Use Multiple Intelligences as a Planning Tool 11/2/2016 Vicki A Davis, Cool Cat Teacher - coolcatteacher.com 152 Step 5: Choice PLACES: Creating a physical environment conducive for learning p 171-173 SPACES: Designing Electronic Spaces for Choice p 173- 186
  128. 128. Voice Thread quick project •Write comment •Uploading photos •Organizing presentation •Posing •Photography •Audio •Music •Nature/map related photos •Opinions on such topics •Social aspects •AUDIENCE! •Reflections
  129. 129. TEACHER PAINPOINT: How do I interest learners in what we’re doing?
  130. 130. T h e C l a s s r o o m C a r The Tools (Framework) Learning Styles Interests 1 2 3
  131. 131. T h e C l a s s r o o m C a r Interests 3 •Hobbies •Music •Theater •Sports •Poetry •Arts •Public Speaking •Reading •Academics •Themes! •“Causes”
  132. 132. Personal Interest Projects “Invention” projects Dramatic Projects Opinion “voice” opportunities Oral Debates w/ follow up Backchannels Deep Research projects (proposed by student)
  133. 133. You can make the whole class a game! (I use classcraft)
  134. 134. Teacher as GameMaster
  135. 135. TEACHER PAINPOINT: What do I do when students are at different readiness levels?
  136. 136. T h e C l a s s r o o m C a r The Tools (Framework) Learning Styles Interests Readiness Level 1 2 3 4
  137. 137. Readiness Level in Subject During projects spend 1:1 time daily w/ student Sit beside Check off rubric items with student Not quite Ready Specific Rubrics Self Track Rubrics Over the Shoulder and Verbal Reporting to Teacher Daily Ready Mentors for others Awards (Hall of Fame) Competitions w/ other classrooms Make them “cool” by teaching cool stuff More than Ready More ways to excel past the “100”
  138. 138. TEACHER PAINPOINT: How do I teach different kinds of content?
  139. 139. T h e C l a s s r o o m C a r The Tools (Framework) Learning Styles Interests Readiness Level Content 1 2 3 4 5
  140. 140. Content •Classtools.net, dipity.com, kahoot, Socrative •Flashcard Exchange, Quizlet, Brainscape •Group document creation on Google Docs, Office 365, One Note Backchannels CRAM App, Flashcard apps on mobile devices, Mobl21 Facts / Dates / Timelines/ Events / Definitions •Wiki Group Projects •Link sharing (Diigo) •Fake Facebook (www.myfakewall.com) Twistr at Classtools.net (like Twitter) •Livebinders, create videos or creative pieces Details / Significant Individual •Opinion Question Blog Posts •Role Playing •Video search and embedding •Interviews of people who experienced it. (Video) Creative works about the event. Events
  141. 141. Twister on Classtools.net
  142. 142. Classtools.net is a favorite
  143. 143. TEACHER PAINPOINT: How do I get help and know which app to pick?
  144. 144. Get your staff to make an app keychain Each person brings 5 cards Describe what it does. Put your name on the back as someone who can help others with it.
  145. 145. TEACHER PAINPOINT: How do I bring this all together and make it simple?
  146. 146. T h e C l a s s r o o m C a r The Tools (Framework) Learning Environment (essential link) Learning Styles Interests Readiness Level Content 1 2 3 4 5 6
  147. 147. “I never teach my pupils, I only provide the conditions in which they can learn" Albert Einstein11/2/2016 174 Vicki A Davis, Cool Cat Teacher - coolcatteacher.com
  148. 148. Students need a “home base”
  149. 149. Home Base Option 1: Learning Management System
  150. 150. Home Base Option 2: An Awesome Start Up Page
  151. 151. Accountability: Every student has their own ID!
  152. 152. T h e C l a s s r o o m C a r The Tools (Framework) Learning Environment (essential link) Learning Styles Interests Readiness Level Content Process (engine) 1 2 3 4 5 7 6
  153. 153. 1Tools 2Learning Styles 3Interests 4Readiness 5Content 6Environment 7Process A Classroom Car
  154. 154. TEACHER PAINPOINT: What do I do if technology isn’t working?
  155. 155. AClassroom BAdministration
  156. 156. 1 “Pit Crew” 2 Car Designers A Administrators
  157. 157. Cooperative Groups •Student Leadership Opportunities •Project Manager, Assistant Project Manager •Student Led with Accountability •Quick ways to divide in group Digital Resources •Equipped workstation (webcam, audio, headsets) •Specialty centers (scanner, digital film, tripod, 3D printer, vinyl cutter, greenscreen) Student Choice •Genius Hour / 20% Time •Passion projects •Topical Choice •Presentation Choice Class Rules • 9 Key P’s of Proactive Knowledge • Student Contribution • Safety (Screenshots) • Administrative Support for Rule Breaking Materials/ Supplies/ Resources • Functional Equipment • Textbook • Consistent ACCESS • Knowledgeable Teacher Learning Environment Pit Crew Pit Crew Pit Crew Pit Crew Pit Crew Pit Crew
  158. 158. Technology is our vehicle! But not the ONLY vehicle!
  159. 159. Secret of Driving Educational Excellence
  160. 160. You’re teaching students to drive their own learning!
  161. 161. Then…
  162. 162. You’re worth the price!
  163. 163. Thank you! Vicki Davis @coolcatteacher coolcatteacher.com/gaetc