Transforming the Curriculum (Chapters 1-4)

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Transforming the Curriculum (Chapters 1-4) by Mind Map: Transforming the Curriculum (Chapters 1-4)

1. SAMR Model

1.1. Substitution: Technology acts as a direct tool substitute, with no functional change.

1.1.1. Using a whiteboard to present the lesson

1.2. Augmentation: Technology acts as a direct tool substitute, with functional improvement

1.2.1. Typing an essay and turning it in using Google Docs

1.3. Modification: Technology allows for significant task redesign.

1.3.1. Using social media sites to research an author

1.4. Redefinition: Technology allows for the creation of new tasks, previously inconceivable.

1.4.1. Using a podcast, powerpoint, or a different type of media to do a "book report."

2. 21st Century Clarifications

2.1. High-Order Thinking

2.1.1. -Logical reasoning for answers -Authentic tasks and audiences -Think critically

2.2. Collaborative Environments

2.2.1. -Students can work effectively and respectfully with diverse teams -New roles: interviewers, bloggers, backchannel mediators, videographers, and data records -Collaborating with others outside of the classroom (Skype)

2.3. "Glocal" Impacts/Connections

2.3.1. -Connecting with another class within the same state (local) -Connecting with another class outside of the state (global) -Lead to students understanding how others survive, thrive, and their societies -Act locally to impact somewhere else in the world -Example of global impact: students in Kansas City raising money for bottled water to send to Joplin after the 2011 tornadoes

3. The Transformational Matrix

3.1. Conform

3.1.1. -Low impact on learning/low impact on engagement -Teacher led

3.2. Outform

3.2.1. -Low impact on learning/high impact on engagement -Students are active and engaged in learning, but their learning is based on what the teacher has created

3.3. Reform

3.3.1. -High impact on learning/low impact on engagement -Articulated task/purpose, teacher may not be the audience, students create content -Could be accomplished without technology

3.4. Transform

3.4.1. -High impact on learning/high impact on engagement -Student-centered ownership of learning (students choose software, web-based tools, and make choices based on task, purpose, and audience -Share products outside of classroom walls