Why Integrate Technology?

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Why Integrate Technology? by Mind Map: Why Integrate Technology?

1. The World is Different

1.1. Technology is everywhere

1.2. Teachers need a good level of technology

1.3. Education is globalized

2. Students are Different

2.1. Grown up with technology

2.2. Multimedia oriented - always on!

2.3. Technology is a must for future careers

3. Teaching Should be Different

3.1. Should be up to date on technology to help students

3.2. Should be lifelong learners

3.3. Must use it ethically

4. Skills are Different

4.1. 21st Century Skills

4.1.1. Creativity and Innovation

4.1.2. Communication and Collaboration

4.1.3. Research and Information Literacy

4.1.4. Critical Thinking

4.1.5. Nonlinear Thinking

4.1.6. Visual Literacy

4.1.7. Visual Thinking

4.1.8. Spatial Thinking

4.1.9. Digital Age Reflection

4.2. Will help adapt to skills in 21st Century

4.3. More technology saavy thn in the past

4.4. Should adapt curriculum to new skill set

5. Standards are Different

5.1. Ohio Technology Standards

5.2. ISTE Standards

5.2.1. Cyberbullying

5.2.1.1. Teacher

5.2.1.1.1. 3. Citizen: a. Create experiences for learners to make positive, socially responsible contributions and exhibit empathetic behavior online that builds relationships and community

5.2.1.2. Student

5.2.1.2.1. 2. Digital Citizen: b. Engage in positive, safe, legal, and ethical behavior when using technology, including social interactions online or when using networking devices

5.2.2. Copyright and Fair Use

5.2.2.1. Teacher

5.2.2.1.1. 3. Citizen: c. Mentor students on safe use

5.2.2.1.2. 3. Citizen d. Monitor & Promote management of personal data

5.2.2.2. Student

5.2.2.2.1. 2. Digital Citizen: c. Demo an understanding of and respect for the rights

5.3. Ohio Learning Standards

5.3.1. Use

5.3.1.1. base activities off of updated standards

5.3.1.2. use as a guideline for daily learning

5.3.1.3. check the ever changing standards

5.3.2. Early Childhood Science

5.3.3. Early Childhood Social Studies

5.3.4. Early Childhood Mathematics

5.3.5. Early Childhood English Language Arts

5.4. Universal Design for Learning

5.4.1. Engagement

5.4.1.1. Recruiting Interest

5.4.1.2. Sustaining Effort and Persistent

5.4.1.3. Self Regulation

5.4.2. Representation

5.4.2.1. Perception

5.4.2.2. Language and Symbols

5.4.2.3. Comprehension

5.4.3. Action and Expression

5.4.3.1. Physical Action

5.4.3.2. Expression and Communication

5.4.3.3. Executive Functions