Retrieved from http://search.proquest.com/docview/222342676?accountid=7374. Shelly, G., Gunter, G., & Gunter, R. (2010). Teachers discovering computers: Integrating technology and digital media in the classroom, 6th ed. Boston, MA: Course Technology. V-tech Electronics North America, LLC.
They will have one to one instruction and I will implement using pointers as I teach the lesson to grab their attention to what I am talking about. The autistic student will have more time between the assignments to finish their work and constant checkups from the teacher. The ADHD student will be the teacher helper by passing out paper and turning off the lights for the start of the game and whenever the teacher will use the projector. The ELL students will have guided instruction and explanation from the teacher or teacher aid to make sure they understand the material
Educational Leadership, 65(8) 70. Retrieved from EBSCOhost. a. This article discusses the use of the Internet in the classroom and how it can be used to personalize education. The effectiveness of the Internet in the classroom is evaluated at the Henry Hudson Regional School in Highlands, New Jersey.
Students were given extensive instruction on Internet safety, digital citizenship, and effective searching methods before beginning Internet research. Important components of the pre-research lessons included Internet safety and how to maintain personal information privacy when researching; how to use media withi... ... middle of paper ... ... school-based presentation to staff and a presentation at the 2009 Alaska Society for Technology in Education (ASTE) conference. At school, I collaborated to offer two separate professional development opportunities: Quick and Easy Digital Portfolios and Media Literacy. At ASTE 2009, I co-presented with the same colleague on the topic of Digital Portfolios. Integrating technology requires a comprehensive knowledge of curriculum and content standards and the ways that technology can maximize student learning.
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When taking any notes for a class, use the same notebook. Different notebooks should be used for each class to ensure information does not cross (Rozakis L. 2003). When you start class for the day ensure you date your entry before taking any notes. Dating the entry will aid you in not only referencing your notes later, but it will help you in studying by allowing you to reference your textbooks according to the date you started the lesson. Notes should contain a record of all important information and major topics the instructor presented.
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Reviewing the activities, methods of presenting the material, and obtaining results can evolve. As I exam each section of the lesson plan, I will determine and discuss with other teachers on how to improve the project. o The following chart: + The analysis would be used to improve the lesson plan and make it more efficient in the future: Category What went well? How can this be improved? Registering for the Website Navigating the Website Obtaining signed forms Time spent working on the activities Time spent researching Time spent creating word problems Time spent grading assignments Rigor of the assignment Using Microsoft Word Posting work to the website Find Alternative Lesson Notes Here.
Hardware & Software Essentials Retrieved April 3, 2010 http://www.educationworld.com/a_tech/tech/tech239.shtml Nichol, D. & Buyle, J. Peer Instruction versus Class-wide Discussion in Large Classes: a comparison of two interaction methods in the wired classroom. Studies in Higher Education, Oct 2003, 28(4), 457 Shelly, G. B., Gunter, G., & Gunter, R. (2010). Teachers discovering computers: Integrating technology and Digital in the classroom. (6th ed.).
For this implementation, a digital projector for the class and tablet PCs connected to the Internet were required for each student group. Additional internet-based Apps were also required to assist with translation, text to speech (T2S) and speech to text (S2T). This method of technical integration was deduced by planning with the end result in mind (Wiggins & McTighe, 2005). Each step achieves some milestone or ‘Nugget’ (Sull, 2009). The end result, and lesson milestones, should provide enduring understanding that students can develop , and they should focus on larger concepts, learning principles and processes (Carson, 2008).