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Adams Academy Educational and Social Technology Session February 14, 2012 Stephen Thomas & Leigh Graves Wolf

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Technology

Pedagogy

Content

Context

Mishra & Koehler 2006


TPACK Greater than a computer, content, or pedagogical expert Discussion forums = Peer-peer interactions

Technological Knowledge (TK)

Pedagogical Knowledge (PK)

Contexts

Populus vs Avida ED

Content Knowledge (CK)

Use of pipecleaners to understand chromosomes

Koehler & Mishra 2006


http://etherpad.educ.msu.edu:9000/adams


coding “quickfire” & lesson share


Content (C)

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Pedagogy (P)

Provides Clear Lesson Objectives Exhibits sufficient knowledge of the subject topic/content? Assessments match instructional method Lesson appears to help organize and manage student behavior--Explains sequence of events and procedures for students

Technology (T)

• Lesson plan incorporates at least 1 technology • Discusses possible limitations to technology or potential problems, as well as solutions • Provides clear rationale for technology choice • Demonstrates understanding of technology as teacher tool or student tool

Pedagogical Content Knowledge (PCK)

• Selects effective teaching strategies appropriate to subject domain to guide student thinking and learning Demonstrates awareness of possible student misconceptions • Presents appropriate strategies for developing understanding of • the subject content

Technological Pedagogical Knowledge

• Chooses technologies enhancing approaches (teacher centered approaches) --Uses technology to present material • Chooses technologies enhancing student learning (student centered approaches) --Students use technology to explore content and achieve learning goals • Provides clear rationale for technology choice to deliver instruction

(TPK) Technological Content Knowledge (TCK)

• Chooses appropriate technologies for subject domain (mathematics, science) • Link between technology and content is obvious or explicit

Rubric: Kereluik, K., Casperson, G., & Akcaoglu, M. (2010, March). Coding pre-service teacher lesson plans for TPACK.


find your teams


test the inter-rater reliability of your coding


reflect on your own lesson plan


share your knowledge


WWW.ZAPD.COM


Text

Web

Pic

Reorder


ZAPD “RUBRIC” Include: Picture Website Text Blurb about your technology Description about its interaction with either pedagogy or content.


http://etherpad.educ.msu.edu:9000/adams


Social Technologies in the Classroom


get by with a little help from your friends


vuDAT (Virtual University-Design and Technology) 432-0711 http://vudat.msu.edu Guidance with blended and fully online credit-bearing courses. ANGEL Learning Object design Instructional Design Consulting


ANGEL Help Desk and Library Distance Learning Services 432-0700 or 1-800-500-1554 email: reachout@msu.edu


Libraries, Computing and Technology Services ATS - Academic Technology Services Classroom Support/Technology Carts - IMC: 353-3960 http://imc.msu.edu Computer/Network support- 432-6200, http://computing.msu.edu Computer Store - 432-0700 http://cstore.msu.edu Broadcasting Services - 432-9527 WKAR-TV and Radio IVS - Interactive Video Services


Where to learn about new technologies and software LCTTP Training - http://train.msu.edu Explorations in Instructional Technology Friday Brown Bag Series Contact: Byron Brown at brownb@msu.edu vuDAT Breakfast Series - Conversations on Online Pedagogy and Best Practices http://vudat.msu.edu/blog/BreakfastSeriesSpring12


http://oir.fod.msu.edu


Venues for your work


On Campus AT&T Faculty & Staff Awards in Online Technology http://att-awards.msu.edu/


Twitter Adoption Matrix conceived by Rick Reo and revised by Mark Sample @samplereality


http://msu.edu/social


Out of this world resources for twitter in the classroom http://twittercw2010.wordpress.com/out-of-this-world-resources/ @CandWcon #cwcon


Great advice on twitter in the classroom from @profhacker http://chronicle.com/blogs/profhacker/tag/twitter


ways to use twitter, without joining twitter (if you’re not convinced)

http://twitter.com/search http://twitterfall.com/ http://quetwo.com/projects/twittercamp/ http://storify.com


GET WORKFLOW

(the answer to “how do you keep track of all this stuff”)


how to find people to follow Follow a hashtag http://www.cybraryman.com/edhashtags.html http://followedu.com look at who people you admire, see who they follow


URL SHORTENING & TRACKING Leaders: ow.ly & bit.ly I like: goo.gl


ANALYTICS


Interesting analytic tools: http://archivist.visitmix.com helps track trends in your stream over time http://www.tweriod.com/ analyzes streams to suggest best time to tweet http://klout.com measures your “influence�


Make your tweets “thick� Thin tweet:

Graduation today! Thick tweet:

#maet graduation at Breslin today! Watch the livestream: http://wkar.org/live/msu/ & @stevewoz giving commencement speech

David Silver - http://silverinsf.blogspot.com/2009/02/difference-between-thin-and-thick.html


Recommended Reading


Karl as a Case Study @karlgude https://twitter.com/JRN203 https://twitter.com/jrn338


Emily Niespodziewanski @SenseOfHumerus http://chi.matrix.msu.edu/2012/01/13/institutional-tweeting-2-0/ http://chi.matrix.msu.edu/2011/12/12/institutional-tweeting-bridging-the-gap/


Twitter and the Research Story from @catherinecronin http://storyful.com/catherinecronin/1000003657



2012 Adams Academy Presentation