#Peel21st Part 2 - RT Session
A collection of resources from March 22, 2013
We are Kinda going Paperless!
This page is a collection of resources for our session today. Feel free to leave us a comment below to tell us how we are doing.
If you are on twitter this morning why not use the #Peel21st hashtag!
The SAMR Challenge
- To watch the Dr. Ruben R. Puentedura explaining the SAMR Model again, click HERE
- You may want to start following Dr. Ruben R. Puentedura's Weblog by clicking HERE
The SAMR Challenge
- A teacher you have been working with to further their practice has identified technology integration as an area of need.
- Use the SAMR Model (right) to identify the level at which technology is currently being integrated in their classroom (Substitution, Augmentation, Modification or Redefinition).
- Provide descriptive feedback to further integrate technology to have a greater impact on student learning.
Let’s watch how some classrooms are using technology to impact student learning.
Click Here then watch both video clips in iTunes.
- Clip#3 iPad in High School English Secondary
- Clip#1 iPad eBook Publishing Elementary
Use the Worksheet to evaluate the level of technology being used by the students in each classroom. Let's take a survey to see what level the group thinks each video falls on the SAMR Model - Click Here
In Partners, for each video:
- Reveal what level you believe technology is being using in this classroom (SAM or R)
- Explain why you chose that level
- Defend your choice
- Does your partner agree or disagree? Why?
In your table group using a Round Robin format
Share your suggestions (descriptive feedback) on how you could further integrate technology in one of these classrooms to have a greater impact on student learning.
Let's see if your evaluation has changed. Click Here to take the survey again.
Flipping the Classroom
- Watch the PDSB The Flipped Classroom Video
- Read the book Flip Your Classroom by Jonathan Bergmann and Aaron Sams
Avoiding Flipped Classroom Common Challenges!
- Students Don't Watch the Videos - Add a meaning making activity (max 15 min) after watching the video.
- There is No Way of Knowing if Students Understood the Video - Follow up the next day with an in class activity or ConcepTest (Eric Mazur)
Can an App alone redefine a task and increase learning?
This is your turn to share something cool a kid has done using technology.
- In a Round Robin fashion share samples of What cool things kids can do!
(activities, lessons, assessments)
- In small groups (3-4), select a sample. Using the SAMR Worksheet, provide descriptive feedback. Identify ways to further integrate technology into the activity to have a greater impact on student learning.