Creating Enduring Frameworks

Thinking About Learning & Teaching With New Tools

Getting Started: Please download these free apps:

OSU iPad:


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*What Makes You Say That?

Take a selfie. Find a quiet place and use fotobabble to record your response to these questions:

What is your best experience with tech as a learning tool? What makes you say that?

What is your worst experience with tech as a learning tool? What makes you say that?

Share your response with a partner.

Pedagogical Content Knowledge ~ Shulman, 1986, 1987

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Technology Disruption

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TPACK in 2 Minutes

*Creative Hunt (skitch)

Take a Screen Shot of the TPACK graphic
Use Skitch to identify and document your thinking on the following questions:
  • What's the main purpose here?
  • What are the parts and their purposes?
  • Star parts that are especially smart or creative.
  • *Use Check stamp to mark your strengths - especially in the intersections.
It's a Book by Lane Smith -- Book Trailer

Affordances: Benefits / Drawbacks

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SAMR: Are We Transforming the Work?

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SAMR in 120 Seconds
Conferring with an Avatar: Using Voki for Proofreading

Writing floats on a sea of talk. ~ James Britton

*Connect, Extend, Challenge (educreations)

  • How do these Thinking Framewords connect to what you already know?
  • What new ideas did you get that extend or push your ideas in new directions?
  • What is challenging or confusing for you to get your mind around? (Or what questions do you have?)

Time to Explore

I'll introduce some apps we've found generative and high utility in the OSU Reading and Math Center. You'll have time to explore and create using these apps. We'll come back together and do some sharing and final reflection.
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*3.2.1 Bridge

Download Chatterpix Kids on the iPad and use 3.2.1 Bridge for your final reflection. Share yours with me:


*These Thinking Routines come from Harvard's Project Zero and can be accessed by clicking on the hyperlink.