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Content Specific Technologies

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Content Specific Technologies

 

This week's activities must be completed by March 30, 2009.  Plan to spend about 1.5 - 2 hours on this week's work.  


This Week's Activities

 

  • Comment on this week's Gospel Insights Presentation(s). Think about the message as well as the presentation of the message.  What have you learned from their presentation?  How will you apply their message in your life?  What suggestions can you offer the author for making the presentation more effective?  What ideas does their presentation give you for future presentations that you may make? (10 minutes)
  • Go to the Video Blog and watch my message about Content Specific Technologies on the IP&T 286 Group blog (5 minutes).
  • Read articles and guides (15-30 minutes)  I strongly suggest that you use Diigo to bookmark any resources that you discover this week.
  • Contribute to the Content Specific Technology Rubric  (10 minutes)
  • Plan a lesson/unit involving a content-specific technology resource (1 hour)
    • The content area you expect to teach as well as the grade level of the students     
    • The Utah Core Curriculum Goals or Standards that you will address in this project.
    • What technological resources will your students be using to complete this project?
    • How much time will students spend on this project insides and outside of class?
    • What precautions will you take to protect your students' safety (especially relevant if work will be uploaded to a website)?
    • What will the students' final products be?
    • How will you manage/grade student participation?

 

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