Using tech in the classroom

Get Started. It's Free
or sign up with your email address
Using tech in the classroom by Mind Map: Using tech in the classroom

1. Google Account

1.1. create an anonymous gmail account to use in this course

2. Skype

2.1. Use Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP) telephony and associated videoconferencing

2.1.1. VOIP and video calling my fellow class mates, skype name is astrodomis

3. Blogging

3.1. Establish a personal e-portfolio and post daily reflective entries on course activities

3.1.1. Blogger: Understanding Tech in the Classroom. follow

4. Zotero

4.1. Zotero is a great why for student to do online research and copy files from internet resources

5. Online Collaboration

5.1. Using online collaborative applications

5.2. Use Google spreadsheets to develop an online quiz with marking rubrics

6. Video

6.1. Create a video presentation demonstrating a web-based application

7. Concept Maps

7.1. Use collaborative online concept mapping tools to organize remaining projects

8. Wiki/eportfolio

8.1. Use Web-based applications to create a final presentation

8.2. Use web-based applications to create an online paper, Wikipedia entry

9. Google Maps

9.1. Use Google Maps to create a customized geography lesson

10. Course Objectives

10.1. Define and describe concepts relating to the operation of computers and computer networks Describe the digital literacy skills required to teach in today’s classrooms Develop a personal philosophy regarding the use of educational technology that incorporates current theory and practice with personal experience Use knowledge of the philosophy, rationale, goals and content of the MB K-8 Literacy with ICT continuum to infuse ICT into the regular Manitoba curriculum. See also the Curriculum Navigator. Demonstrate professional responsibilities with regard to ICT use and education, including using technology to assist in assessment, evaluation, productivity and professional practice in a thoughtful, critical manner. Describe use of the Internet in the classroom in support of internet & media literacy. (examples: Web 2.0 applications, search techniques, importance of online presence) Discuss various issues associated with ICT and education. Including ethical and cultural issues, legal issues, safety and cyber bullying. Describe and demonstrate the use of several ICT tools/software, including: productivity applications, graphic organizers, interactive whiteboards, multimedia software and how they can be used to assist in teaching and learning. Create well designed, effective digital presentations (examples: web site, wiki, e-portfolio, digital story, podcast, video, slide-show).