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Personal technology in class may cause distractions, but may also provide opportunities for learning. Studies suggest that students’ attention is impaired by the use electronic devices for note-taking. However, allowing students to teach with personal devices as a way to learn may actually improve learning and engagement in class. Join me on April 4 at 10 AM EST time in Baltimore at the Community College Day event at the TESOL convention for 2016: http://www.tesol.org/convention2016/pre--and-postconference-education/community-college-day/community-college-day-schedule

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  1. 1. April 4, 2016 Nellie Deutsch, Ed.D Moodle for Teachers “We learn best with focused attention” (Goleman, 2013, p. 16). Personal Devices in the Classroom: Distraction or Engagement? Nellie Deutsch, Ed.D Atlantic University http://nellie-deutsch.com
  2. 2. Challenges and Opportunities April 4, 2016 Nellie Deutsch, Ed.D Moodle for Teachers Personal Devices in the Classroom: Distraction or Engagement? Personal Devices in the Classroom
  3. 3. Personal Computers vs. Tablets April 4, 2016 Nellie Deutsch, Ed.D Moodle for Teachers Personal Devices in the Classroom: Distraction or Engagement? Personal Devices in the Classroom • Easy to carry • Encourage learning everywhere • Take notes • Images • Videos • Collaboration • Sharing for feedback
  4. 4. Nellie Deutsch, Ed.D Personal Devices in the Classroom: Distraction or Engagement? Learning Opportunities
  5. 5. Personal Computers vs. Tablets April 4, 2016 Nellie Deutsch, Ed.D Moodle for Teachers Personal Devices in the Classroom: Distraction or Engagement? Personal Devices in the Classroom Tablets Superior • Elaboration • Rehearsal • Organization • Critical thinking (Reychav, Warkentin & McHaney, 2015)
  6. 6. Text vs. Video Content April 4, 2016 Nellie Deutsch, Ed.D Moodle for Teachers Personal Devices in the Classroom: Distraction or Engagement? Personal Devices in the Classroom Videos Superior • Problem identification stage of critical thinking (Reychav, Warkentin & McHaney, 2015)
  7. 7. Text vs. Video Content April 4, 2016 Nellie Deutsch, Ed.D Moodle for Teachers Personal Devices in the Classroom: Distraction or Engagement? Personal Devices in the Classroom Text Superior • Evaluation stage of critical thinking (Reychav, Warkentin & McHaney, 2015)
  8. 8. Computer Lab vs. BYOD April 4, 2016 Nellie Deutsch, Ed.D Moodle for Teachers Personal Devices in the Classroom: Distraction or Engagement? Personal Devices in the Classroom Computer Labs • Learn with technology • suggests “place-driven” teaching and learning (Burns- Sardone, 2014, p. 198)
  9. 9. Computer Lab vs. BYOD April 4, 2016 Nellie Deutsch, Ed.D Moodle for Teachers Personal Devices in the Classroom: Distraction or Engagement? Personal Devices in the Classroom Preparing Teachers for BYODs • Learning and teaching anywhere • Teach pedagogy of using personal devices as a tool for learning (Burns-Sardone, 2014)
  10. 10. Personal Devices in the Classroom: Distraction or Engagement? April 4, 2016 Nellie Deutsch, Ed.D Moodle for Teachers
  11. 11. April 4, 2016 Nellie Deutsch, Ed.D FOCUS Personal Devices in the Classroom: Distraction or Engagement? Moodle for Teachers Are they focused?
  12. 12. Personal Devices in the Classroom: Distraction or Engagement? April 4, 2016 Nellie Deutsch, Ed.D Moodle for Teachers What happens when students focus?
  13. 13. Personal Devices in the Classroom: Distraction or Engagement? “Phase-Locking” Making Neural Connections (Davidson, 2012; Goleman, 2013) April 4, 2016 Nellie Deutsch, Ed.D Moodle for Teachers Connecting to Previous Learning Focus Necessary for Learning
  14. 14. Personal Devices in the Classroom: Distraction or Engagement? (Davidson, 2012) April 4, 2016 Nellie Deutsch, Ed.D Moodle for Teachers What happens when students focus? Attention Muscle Mental Training • Choose object such as a coin • Keep eyes on it • If wander off • Bring attention back
  15. 15. April 4, 2016 Nellie Deutsch, Ed.D Are they focused? Personal Devices in the Classroom: Distraction or Engagement? Moodle for Teachers How do we know? With or Without Technology ?
  16. 16. Personal Devices in the Classroom: Distraction or Engagement? April 4, 2016 Nellie Deutsch, Ed.D Moodle for Teachers Personal Devices in the Classroom: Distraction or Engagement? Are they focused?
  17. 17. Personal Devices in the Classroom: Distraction or Engagement? April 4, 2016 Nellie Deutsch, Ed.D Moodle for Teachers Are they focused?
  18. 18. April 4, 2016 Nellie Deutsch, Ed.D Personal Devices in the Classroom: Distraction or Engagement? Focused within Distractions Personal and Other Awareness Moodle for Teachers
  19. 19. April 4, 2016 Nellie Deutsch, Ed.D Personal Devices in the Classroom: Distraction or Engagement? Distractions Moodle for Teachers
  20. 20. Challenges Sensory Visual Auditory Smell Tactile Taste Personal Inner Other Outer April 4, 2016 Nellie Deutsch, Ed.D Moodle for Teachers Personal Devices in the Classroom: Distraction or Engagement?
  21. 21. April 4, 2016 Nellie Deutsch, Ed.D Moodle for Teachers Personal Devices in the Classroom: Distraction or Engagement? Challenges Technical Sign up for programs Download programs Install apps Battery ran out (no cord/socket) No Internet Connection Devices don’t work (class) Forgot device (BYOD) No mouse Wireless down (class) No hotspots (mobile) Support Learning curve
  22. 22. Personal Devices in the Classroom: Distraction or Engagement? • Relax • Positive outlook • Collaborate • Social Engagement • Transfer in and out of class April 4, 2016 Nellie Deutsch, Ed.D Moodle for Teachers What happens when students focus? (Csikszentmihalyi, 2002; Davidson, 2012; Goleman, 2013)
  23. 23. Personal Devices in the Classroom: Distraction or Engagement? April 4, 2016 Nellie Deutsch, Ed.D Moodle for Teachers Focused in Social Engagement
  24. 24. April 4, 2016 Nellie Deutsch, Ed.D Classroom Climate Personal Devices in the Classroom: Distraction or Engagement? Self and Other Focused Moodle for Teachers
  25. 25. April 4, 2016 Nellie Deutsch, Ed.D Two Truths One Lie Activity Personal Devices in the Classroom: Distraction or Engagement? What is the lie? • I have 4 children • I danced ballet for 15 years • I helped the swimming coach in high school. Moodle for Teachers
  26. 26. April 4, 2016 Nellie Deutsch, Ed.D Two Truths One Lie Activity Personal Devices in the Classroom: Distraction or Engagement? What is the lie? • Turn to the person next to you • Two truths one lie • Let them guess (Bonk & Khoo, 2014) Moodle for Teachers
  27. 27. April 4, 2016 Nellie Deutsch, Ed.D Personal Devices in the Classroom: Distraction or Engagement? Tenacity is a meditative app designed to promote mental well- being through breath counting. In Tenacity, the focus is on learning practices of wellness and self-regulation. Relax and concentrate on your own breathing as you explore Greek ruins, Egyptian dunes, and staircases that ascend into the skies, and unlock rewards and achievements as you become a more mindful person Learning Games Moodle for Teachers How to get students to focus?
  28. 28. April 4, 2016 Nellie Deutsch, Ed.D Personal Devices in the Classroom: Distraction or Engagement? Citizen Science is an online flash-based computer adventure game in which the player is a young adult who becomes concerned about the health of a local lake threatened by eutrophication. Based at Lake Mendota in Madison, WI, the player's goal is to restore the lake. By focusing on the ecological needs of Lake Mendota as well as the surrounding community, the game is able to bring together real-world issues and scientific practices. Moodle for Teachers
  29. 29. Personal Devices in the Classroom: Distraction or Engagement? April 4, 2016 Nellie Deutsch, Ed.D Moodle for Teachers Get their Attention Look at the Flower
  30. 30. Personal Devices in the Classroom: Distraction or Engagement? April 4, 2016 Nellie Deutsch, Ed.D Moodle for Teachers Smell the Blossoms Get their Attention
  31. 31. Personal Devices in the Classroom: Distraction or Engagement? April 4, 2016 Nellie Deutsch, Ed.D Moodle for Teachers Teaching as a Way to Learn Document & Reflect on Learning • Teamwork • Knowledge • Preparation • Presentation Skills Requires
  32. 32. Personal Devices in the Classroom: Distraction or Engagement? April 4, 2016 Nellie Deutsch, Ed.D Moodle for Teachers Teach Peers Create Video Tutorials • Focus • Motivation • Self-confidence • Social skills • Other • Outer • Gain knowledge Develop
  33. 33. Personal Devices in the Classroom: Distraction or Engagement? April 4, 2016 Nellie Deutsch, Ed.D Moodle for Teachers Free Tools to Create Videos Active Authentic Learning • Movenote (PowerPoint with Audio & Video) • Screencast-o-matic (Audio & Video) capture • PresentMe (Audio & Video on PowerPoint) • Plotagon (Audio and Video animations) • Capture image (Jing, Screencast-o-matic) • SlideSpeech (PowerPoint & Notes Computer) • Knovio (PowerPoint and Audio)
  34. 34. Personal Devices in the Classroom: Distraction or Engagement? April 4, 2016 Nellie Deutsch, Ed.D Moodle for Teachers Individual and Teamwork Collaborative Learning
  35. 35. Personal Devices in the Classroom: Distraction or Engagement? April 4, 2016 Nellie Deutsch, Ed.D Moodle for Teachers Padlet Wall Viewing http://nellie-deutsch.com
  36. 36. Personal Devices in the Classroom: Distraction or Engagement? April 4, 2016 Nellie Deutsch, Ed.D Moodle for Teachers Selective Attention in Class Padlet Wall Viewing http://nellie-deutsch.com
  37. 37. Personal Devices in the Classroom: Distraction or Engagement? April 4, 2016 Nellie Deutsch, Ed.D Moodle for Teachers Focus in Distractions Padlet Collaborative Learning How do you know your students are distracted? What are they doing? Activities that engage and help learners focus in the classroom. Share an activity that allows students to use their personal devices. http://padlet.com/nelliemuller/personaldevices
  38. 38. What goals drive us? Personal Devices in the Classroom: Distraction or Engagement?
  39. 39. Personal Devices in the Classroom: Distraction or Engagement? Bonk, C. J., & Khoo, E. (2014). Adding some tec-variety: 100+ activities for motivating and retaining learners online. Bloomington: Open World Books. Burns-Sardone, N. (2014). Making the case for BYOD instruction in teacher education. Issues in Informing Science and Information Technology, 11, 191-201. Retrieved from http://iisit.org/Vol11/IISITv11p191- 201Sardone0505.pdf Csikszentmihalyi, M. (2002). Flow. London: Rider. April 4, 2016 Nellie Deutsch, Ed.D Moodle for Teachers References
  40. 40. Personal Devices in the Classroom: Distraction or Engagement? Davidson, R., & Begley, S. (2012) The emotional life of your brain: How to change the way you think, feel and live. London: Hodder & Stoughton. Goleman, D. (2013). Focus: The hidden driver of excellence. London: Bloomsbury. April 4, 2016 Nellie Deutsch, Ed.D Moodle for Teachers References Wisconsin Institute for Discovery. (2015). Tenacity. Available at Games Learning Society http://www.gameslearningsociety.org/games.php
  41. 41. Personal Devices in the Classroom: Distraction or Engagement? April 4, 2016 Nellie Deutsch, Ed.D Moodle for Teachers https://twitter.com/nelliemuller “We learn best with focused attention”

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