The goal of every teacher is to have an impact on as many students as possible help students find their way and become exceptional
To realise the exceptional service we need: technology supporting curricular goals support and flexibility in the resources and the tools to use effective technology integration when it gets routine and transparent
We tend to remember *: 10% of what we read 20% of what we hear 30% of what we see 50% of what we hear and see 70%-90% of what we see, hear & do * Lall, Geeta Rani, Ways Children Learn, Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas, 1983, p.5.
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Webquest An inquiry-oriented lesson format in which most or all the information that learners work with comes from the web*. * The model was developed by Bernie DodgeBernie Dodge - San Diego State University1995
WebQuest critical attributes Must be wrapped around a doable and interesting task that is ideally a scaled down version of things that adults do as citizens or workers.
WebQuest critical attributes Isn't a research report or a step-by- step science procedure* * Having learners simply distilling web sites and making a presentation about them isn't enough
WebQuest critical attributes Must make good use of the web* *Of course, books and other media can be used within a WebQuest, but if the web isn't at the heart of the lesson, it's not a WebQuest.
WebQuest critical attributes Isn't just a series of web-based experiences* *Having learners go look at this page, then go play this game, then go here and turn your name into hieroglyphs doesn't require higher level thinking skills and so, by definition, isn't a WebQuest.
To create a WebQuest one sholud be able to create a document with hyperlinks in Word, Powerpoint, and even Excel Computer Programs can use the most complete and current source of information about the WebQuest Model - ttp://www.webquest.org/index-create.php- ttp://www.webquest.org/index-create.php
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How and When Preview in advance to make it easier to connect to lesson objectives. Show short clips from longer programs to either introduce or reinforce discussion. Set the stage by giving students active assignments before a clip to encourage their attention and post discussion. Use the pause button to promote interactivity between yourself, the video clip and the students; to freeze on a specific frame of video to encourage the students to search for more detail.
Lead-ins to video segments could include : Listen for this term… Think of similar examples… Watch for… List the things in the video that… etc.
After the video Check for understanding Reinforce a point Connect to real examples etc…
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Students who are exposed to regular integration of media* Outperform non-exposed peers on tests Score higher on writing assignments Are more active in class discussions Apply more varied and creative approaches to problem solving Use more figurative language. * Research project by Teachers College at Columbia University, 1992
IT technologies help to: (Взаимодействие в учебном процессе с использованием ИКТ )Взаимодействие в учебном процессе с использованием ИКТ provide a common base of knowledge among students learn more and most effective when interwoven into an integrated teaching/learning system in the context of other learning activities develop understanding with the examples of what is nesessary to learn from a specific lesson stimulate classroom discussion reinforce lectures and reading
IT technologies – to support the four key components of learning active engagement, participation in groups frequent interaction and feedback connection to real-world experts and materials
IT technologies – to : Meet learning objectives Bring new resources and places into the classroom Inspire Stimulate thought and creativity Build skills for listening, observation and verbalization Build and expand critical thinking skills Build a common experience for all students Reinforce other material or topics Offer different perspectives