Digitally Rich Teaching and Learning

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Digitally Rich Teaching and Learning by Mind Map: Digitally Rich Teaching and Learning

1. SAMR

2. PIC - RAT

3. TPACK

4. Understanding by Design

5. Inquiry Learning (5E's)

6. Universal Design for Learning

7. Competency-Based/ Mastery Learning

8. Key Elements

8.1. Assessment

8.1.1. Improve student engagement

8.1.1.1. Higher levels of blooms taxonomy are reached when process is as important or more important than final product

8.1.1.2. Choice is provided to increase motivation

8.1.1.3. Feedback loops are established to promote growth instead of focusing on a finished product

8.1.2. Improve Data Collection

8.1.2.1. Technology allows digital profiles as well as automatically assigned, tracked or graded assessment

8.1.2.2. Formative data collection equally important as summative data collection

8.1.2.3. Students are involved and responsible for collecting data in addition to teacher

8.1.3. Improve Use of Data

8.1.3.1. Technology allows data to be displayed faster and more organized to all stakeholders involved, including parents or community.

8.1.3.2. Teachers are able to collect more types of data to inform teaching through use of technology

8.1.3.3. Teachers are able to use data to inform teaching before a summative assessment takes place

8.2. Collaboration

8.2.1. Rewrite Current Curricula

8.2.1.1. Current education curricula overlooks the importance of group learning.

8.2.1.2. New literacies require new groupwork skills and schools need to include those skills when teaching students.

8.2.2. Include Social Skills Education

8.2.2.1. Students need to understand phases of group formation and how to reach positive interdependence

8.2.2.2. Students need to know how to contribute unique skills to the group and why it is important

8.2.3. Key to True Learning

8.2.3.1. Students work at higher levels of understanding

8.2.3.2. Students gain skills required for life after K-12 education

8.2.3.3. Opportunities for both teacher and student reflections are vital to success

8.3. Differentiation

8.3.1. Choice is Key

8.3.1.1. Self Determination Theory

8.3.2. Blended/Personalized Learning Learning

8.3.3. Technology is key for resolving issues of time to truly create individualized learning situations

8.4. Content

8.4.1. Explicitly teach New Digital Literacies

8.4.1.1. There are different categories

8.4.1.2. Any technology in a lesson should fit the skill and need little instruction to begin using - should be chosen after designing learning

8.4.2. Focus on Critical Literacy Skills over Technological skills

8.4.3. Teachers need practice and support for successfully implementing

9. Technology Frameworks

10. Pedagogical Frameworks

11. Active Learner