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  1. 1. 1 Teacher Training Institute Course Name: EDUCATION AND TECHNOLOGY Instructor: Julián Rodríguez – MASTERS IN ICT APPLIED TO EDUCATION Email: jrodriguez@cng.edu Course Description This course examines the current trends in the use of information and communication technologies (ICTs) in the teaching and learning processes. There are two particular areas of study: Pedagogical and Technological Knowledge/Skills. Pedagogically speaking we will deal with the uses of technology in teaching, learning and assessment. Technologically we will deal with the use and applications of some hardware and software in different subject areas. For this course, students are expected to have a minimum working knowledge of computers and basic skills in Microsoft Word®, PowerPoint® and internet navigation. Unfortunately, due to time constrains we are not able to provide basic training and students are expected to train themselves in their own time if they feel not comfortable with their skills. Given the different backgrounds of students and institutions we can’t afford teaching something that will be unreachable and inapplicable in our teaching contexts. For this reason, we will be using freeware and shareware accessible to any educator, regardless of their economic environment. Course Objectives ❖ To increase teachers awareness about the use of ICTs in the classroom and their personal life. ❖ To promote a critical analysisand discussion around the use of new information and communication technologies in the field of education. ❖ To recognize the effect(s) of ICTs on students learning. ❖ To create new learning environments and classroom activities using ICTs. Required Texts: Requirement: Everyone must have a Gmail account See below for readings and their links Course Website:https://sites.google.com/a/cng.edu/tti-technology-and-education---medellin/ and TTI informatin on the CNG Website http://www.cng.edu/index.php?seccion=interna-overview&id=145
  2. 2. 2 Course Requirements Attendance Students arriving15 minutes lateor leavingmore than 15 minutes early from class will becounted as being absentfor a full hour. Missingmorethan 4 hours in a course can put your grade at risk of failing.Missing8 hours will automatically cause you to fail thecourse. Medical or employment excuses and doingextra work do not eraseabsences. Course Schedule (This is a guideline only and it is subject to change throughout the course as needed) Content Readings must be finished before the class that it is assigned Activities Weekend1 UNIT 1: ISTE Student Standard Technology operations and concepts ISTE TeachingStandard Model digital agework and learning 1. Generalities abouteducation and technology locally, regionally and globally. 2. Exploration of basic skills. 3. The importance of basic computer software. Unit 2: ISTE Student Standard Creativity and innovation ISTE Teacher Standard Facilitate and inspire student learning and creativity Multimedia and Digital Storytellingin the Classroom Unit 1 Required Reading ● ISTE Student Standards ● ISTE Student Standards 2016 ● ISTE Teacher Standards ● SAM-R ● TPACK Website ● TPACK ● TIM Unit 2 Readings Read one of the followingtwo documents. 1. Robin, Bernard R. Digital Storytelling:A Powerful Technology Tool for the 21stCentury Classroom 2. Porter, Bernajean. The Art of Digital Storytelling You might also be interested in the techniques written about in this blog post on using green screen with video or animation Diary of a Techie Chick Unit 1. Class discussions: ● What technology I have, use and know today… ● What I want to get from this course… ○ UsingQFT ○ InnovativeTechnology=Innovative Classroom Sticky Notes ● Syllabus Unit 1. Class Activity ● Video Editing: Creative Introduction in teams of 3 or 4 members ● Book Club choosingyour assigned books. ● Teacher and student standards for technology in the classroom. ● Technology Standards and what they mean to us as teachers w/Padlet ● Models for incorporatingtechnology in the classroom.How can these support your use of technology in the classroom? Today’s Meet Unit 2: Class Discussion Creativity and Innovation ● What is innovation? ● What is creativity ● Can creativity and innovation be assessed? ● How can we take basic technologies and applicationsand havestudents create imaginative,creativeor innovativeprocesses and products? Unit 2 Activity: ● Using Digital Storytelling in the classroom ● Using Stop Motion Animation in the classroom ● Design Cycle ● Design Brief and Design Specifications ● Survey
  3. 3. 3 ● Class Sharing:ShareDigital Stories and animations fromthe lastclass UNIT 3: BringLaptops (required) ISTE Student Standard Communication and collaboration ISTE Teacher Standard Model digital age work and learning Assigned Books Class Discussion ● Collaboration Class Activities ● Book Club Jigsaw ● Book Club: UsingGoogle Apps Collaboratively-Createa group blog using blogger through one person’s google account. Make sure each person in the group can post to the blog. UsingGoogle Docs write a collaborativepost,aboutthe third and fourth chapters of your book, then copy and paste this post into blogger. Pleaseadd illustrationsif thatwill help us understand your learnings better. ● Explore other Web 2.0 tools that support collaboration ● Forms ● QR and AR Assignments for next Unit: ● Read your Assigned Book be ready to discusswith your group next week. You will beexpected to shareyour group’s learningwith others in the class who arereadingdifferent books. ● Make a collaborativepostfor every two chapters into your book club blog. Readings Activities Weekend2 UNIT4: ISTE Student Standard Research and information fluency Webquests Inquiry and Projectbased teaching Unit 5 ISTE Teacher Standard Design and develop digital age learning ● Creating a Webquest ● The Webquest design process ● PBL Feedback weekend 1 1. Class Discussion ● Inquiry Learning ● Web Quests ● Project Based Learning ● Digital AssessmentTools 2. Activities ● Book Club- ○ Create a Webquest for another group that will help them explore a topic that your books discussed in chapters three and four. ○ Use a web 2.0 or smartdevice app to create the assessment
  4. 4. 4 experiences and assessments Usingtechnology to support student assessment for your webquest. ● Usingthe tools here work collaboratively to create a project based unit of learningthatyou have the possibility of incorporatinginto your classroom. Assignments for next Unit: ● Embed a YouTube or TedTalk that supports your learninginto your blog.. ● Finish the Webquest collaboratively Unit 6: Critical thinking, problem solving, and decision making Coding and Gaming Scratch Jr, Scratch, Kodable, Minecraft You might also beinterested in these further readings Beyond the Lemonade Stand Scratch in the Classroom Webinar on Minecraftin the classroom How to Integrate Game Based Learning into Your Classroom https://www.theedublogger.com/ 2015/01/20/gaming-in- education-gamification/ http://www.edutopia.org/game- based-learning-resources The Bleeding Edge: Gaming in Learning: A Tutorial for New Players 1. Discussion-gaming 2. Activities- ● Participatein a Webquest from another Book Club group ● Play with Kodable, Scratch JR, Scratch, ● Explore Minecraftas an integration tool. ● Create a learningactivity thatutilizes a codingor gamingapplication Assignments for next week: ● Collaboratively createand Inserta Google Presentation highlightingthe main points of these two chapters into your blog. ● Finish the learningactivity thatutilizes a codingor gaming environment/application and prepare to showit to the class UNIT7: Digital citizenship The Nine Themes of Digital Citizenship Nine Themes of Digital Citizenship brochure for elementary students Digital Citizenship.net Common Sense Media.org Balancing the Two Faces of E- Portfolios. Helen C. Barrett Sharing-Shareyour scratch or minecraft activity/lesson Discussion: ● Digital Citizenship ● ePortfolios Activities ● Explore the assistivetechnology built into iPads and other devices. ● Complete self-evaluation of class performance and your evaluation of the class
  5. 5. 5 Helen C. Barrett, (2002). s. Availableat: http://electronicportfolios.com
  6. 6. 6 Assignment Guidelines Late projects Accordingto the university by-laws,projects arenot allowed to be turned in late, unless there is a medical excuse. For all projects,students areexpected to present their final productto the class.Thefollowingarethe criteria guidelines that the student must use for his/her self-assessment: 5 I completed the work on time and I used all thetechnology expected for the project. I am presenting a high quality project in which I invested a great deal of dedication and enthusiasm.I learned about the uses of technology in my activities as a teacher and in my personal life.I amableto create other types of classroomactivities with the tools/skills thatI have used/learned. 3 I justcompleted the work in order to have itready for class.I can do much better in terms of dedication and enthusiasm.I learned some concepts/skillsthatcould be useful as a teacher. I may be ableto create some classrooms activities with the tools/skillsthatI have learned. 0 I didn’t have my project ready for presentation. Class Participation a. Arrive to class promptly. b. Use English for Regular ClassroomCommunications. c. No use of cell phones duringclass. d. Efficiently use classtimeby havingno out of class interruptions. e. Regular contributions to class discussion,includingrespondingto all questions thoroughly. f. Participatein all group activities related to assignments, includingtakingresponsibility for feedback to peers in group settings, meeting deadlines,and providingfeedback. i. Respecting the opinions,ideas,and contributions of others.
  7. 7. 7 Criteria 5 4 3 2 1 Focus on Task Participated in all tasks and was actively engaged Participated in mosttasks with engagement Participated in some tasks with some engagement Participated in few tasks with little engagement Did not participate in any task Classwork Completion Completed all classwork and homework assignments and handed them on time Completed all class work and homework assignments but not always handed them on time Did not complete 1 piece of class work or homework assignment Did not complete 2 pieces ofclass work or homework assignments Did not complete 3 or more class work or homework assignments Engagement Always showed good effort during class,stayed focused,and did not waste time Usually showed good effort during class,stayed focused,and, did not waste time Sometimes showed good effort during class,did not stay focused or wasted time Did not show good effort during class, easily distracted, often wasted time Little to no effort in class, constantly distracted, usuallywastes time Contributions Always made insightful and relevant contributions to class by offering ideas and asking questions Most of the times made insightful and relevant contributions to class by offering ideas and asking questions Sometimes made insightful and relevant contributions to class by offering ideas and asking questions Rarely made insightful and relevant contributions to class by offering ideas and asking questions Never made insightful and relevant contributions to class by offering ideas and asking questions Attendance/ Promptness Attended all classes or missed 1 excused class. Student is always prompt to class Missed 2 excused classes. Student is late to class once Missed 1 unexcused class. Student is late to class twice Missed 2 unexcused classes. Student is late to class more than twice Missed more than 8 hours of class (excused and/or unexcused). Student is late to class more than twice
  8. 8. 8 End of Course Feedback Form Pleaseanswer the followingquestions as candidly as possible.Your responses and suggestions will beused to improve this coursethe next time this courseis taught by the same instructor. 1. What three most importantthings have you learned in this course that will help you facilitatelanguage and literacy learning? 2. What did you likebest about this course? 3. What would you suggest that the instructor changeabout this course, such as:syllabus,content, presentations,demonstrations,materials,readings,assignments? 4. Other comments? (Continue on back of page.)

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