Tuesday 9:00 - 10:30
9:00 – 10:00
Reflection/Questions/Thoughts on your mind from yesterday
Fish-Bowl Activity around the Connectivism article
If “Learning and knowledge rests in diversity of opinions”, how do we bring this into our classrooms and what role does technology play in facilitating this learning method?
Discuss the WA Tech standards for Students:
|Group 1 Chat room|
If “Capacity to know more is more critical than what is currently known”, how do we bring this mindset to the classrooms and students? What role does the teacher play in this theory of learning?
Discuss the WA Teach standards:
|Group 2 Chat room|
If the “ability to see connections between fields, ideas, and concepts is a core skill”, how do we teach this mindset in the classroom? What role does the teacher play? What role does the student need to take on?
Discuss the WA Tech standards for Students:
|Group 3 Chat room|
If we are moving to a world where “decision-making is itself a learning process. Choosing what to learn and the meaning of incoming information is seen through the lens of a shifting reality. While there is a right answer now, it may be wrong tomorrow due to alterations in the information climate affecting the decision”, How do we instill this mindset in students? How does this go against the institution of education of there is one right answer on the test?
Discuss the WA Tech standards:
|Group 4 Chat room|
Tuesday 10:30 - 12:00
|The why and what of SAMR||
Search Google for a SAMR model that works for you.
A snapshot of learning innovation
What did you see/hear?
What did you not see/hear?
What questions do you have?
|View COETAIL projects|
Tuesday 1:00 - 4:00
1:00 – 3:00
visual literacy…see Monday 2 – 4 pm
The Unofficial YouTube Genre List:
Drawing My Life / RSAnimate
On location reporting
Bad Lip Reading
3:00 – 4:00
Go On Creating
Examples of Creation and Sharing
Finish today’s reflections (2 before tomorrow)
- 1 reflection on Connectivism and the ISTE Standards….feel free to do your own research to learn more about this theory and its impact on education.
- 1 reflection on an idea you have on using technology in the classroom at the Modification or Redefinition level. Why do you think this lesson is at that level?
- 2 Comments on two other WWMIT blog posts (4 total)
- 1 Flipgrid Video on reflection from today’s learning
- flipgrid. https://flipgrid.com/wwmit19 password: WWMITedm535
Course Setup and Overview
Drive by Dan Pink
2 – Reflections per day (4 total)
4 – Comments on other’s reflections
4 – Flipgrid Video Reflections
1 – Group Presentation
Monday 11:00 - 11:30
Monday 11:30 - 12:00
Use the Talk Page
Wikipedia is arguably subject to more rigorous review practices than are many scholarly publications.
Monday 1:00 - 2:00
Twitter is about content not about people
Control your social networks:
Find Your Hashtags
Twitter with students
Attorney General’s Report on Cyber Predators
Monday 2:00 - 4:00
2:00 – 4:00
Images to Deconstruct (select your own, or try one of these):
Image-Rich Resources to Explore
- Google Art Project
- The Big Picture
- Flickr: Interesting
- In Focus
- The Flying Japanese Girl
- Dancers Among Us
- Eyewitness App
Tools and techniques to add text to images:
- Image Analysis
- Deconstruct an Image or, How to Analyze an Advertisement (questions to help foster an awareness to analyzing images)
- Doodling & Math video here
- A Brouchure Without Words
- HSBC Airport Ads (the power of one word with an image)
- Scorcese on Visual Literacy
- Digital Images in the Mathematics Classroom
Resources for Finding Creative Commons Media:
Resources for Citing Creative Commons Work & adding text
We remember 65% more when we attach an image to information (Rule #10)
We can’t listen and read at the same time (Rule #4)
Finish today’s blog reflections (2 before tomorrow)
- 1 Blog Post Reflection on your learning today in class.
- 1 Blog Post Reflection on the afternoon’s learning (Social Media, Search, Wikipedia).
- 1 Video Reflections on your thoughts on technology integration today due on our flipgrid. https://flipgrid.com/wwmit19 password: WWMITedm535
Post comments on student blog somewhere in the world using #comments4kids
Please include the links in your blog post and to the website where you left a comment for a kid on your grade sheet.
Read: Connectivism: A Learning Theory for the digital age, and browse the new Washington State Technology Standards. Be ready to discuss tomorrow in class how the Connectivism theory aligns or does not align with the new WA State Tech standards)
Leave two comments on other’s blog posts within the class on the WWMIT Blog.