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Technology Enhanced instruction Digital Presentation

  1. Technology-Enhanced Instruction Digital Presentation By: Michael Barreto
  2. National Educational Technology Standards for Students (NETS-S) • The National Educational Technology Standards for Students are distributed into six categories. • Creativity & Innovation • Communication & Collaboration • Research & Information Fluency • Critical Thinking, Problem Solving, & Decision Making • Digital Citizenship • Technology Operations & Concepts
  3. National Educational Technology Standards for Teachers (NETS-T) • The National Educational Technology Standards for Teachers are distributed into five categories. • Facilitate & Inspire Student Learning & Creativity • Design & Develop Digital Age Learning Experiences & Assessments • Model Digital Age Work and Learning • Promote & Model Digital Citizenship & Responsibility • Engage in Professional Growth & Leadership
  4. Importance of the Standards for Teaching & Learning • The NETS Standards hold a high importance for teaching & learning because they provide a foundation for technology use & knowledge • In teaching, the NETS embolden teachers to communicate with each other for improved ideas on engaging students • The NETS are vital for students in that they show them how to be accessible to a new way of learning.
  5. Approaches on how to Effectively Implement NETS • Districts, schools, and educators must be certain that classrooms have enough technology available for students. • Educators must research and experiment with technology in order to properly use it and teach students. • In order to effectively implement standards educators must have a concise plan in place for lessons & activities.
  6. Examples of Current Emerging Technologies • Augmented Reality – Not to be confused with (VR) Virtual Reality, AR gives a visual simulation which engages students by transforming the object or place being examined. It is even able to transform the classroom itself. • Artificial Intelligence – AI provides the option to transform the process of learning and assign tasks that take valuable time which in turn leaves more time for advanced learning. • Cybersecurity & Data Privacy – As technology becomes further enhanced and integrated classrooms the risks of cybersecurity increase. Data breaches, student & staff information, test scores are all at risk factors.
  7. Best Practices in Planning & Preparing Digital Resources for in-class use • Educators must have a clear goal or plan in mind for the end result of their use of technology. • Knowledge of digital resources is a must in order to effectively model and teach to students. • Be prepared for possible technical glitches. As with anything that is man made, technology can fall victim to various difficulties. • Do not fear technology. Educators must not be afraid to experiment with and do new things with the technology at their disposal.
  8. Ideas & Suggestions on the Cross-Curricular use of Technology • Using technology in the classroom can make the work of the educator easier while providing up to date and accurate data. • Students can use technology to submit assignments and communicate digitally with the teacher. • Students can complete projects such as science by using technology and then typing an analysis of their findings.
  9. Ideas & Suggestions on the Cross-Curricular use of Technology Cont. • Students can use technology such as Bee-Bots to navigate a maze and solve math problems or practice literacy. • Using QR or Quick Response codes to learn about topics such as Women’s History or African American History. • Using tablets and applications such as Osmo to practice shape recognition and create tangrams.
  10. Legal & Ethical Guidelines when Implementing Technology • Copyright : A legal right that grants the creator of an original work exclusive rights for its use and distribution. • Plagiarism: Copying the work of others without giving proper credit to its creator. Using proper quotes and citations in academic works is always encouraged. • Fair Use: Any reproduction of copyrighted material done for a limited reason. Such use is allowed without permission from the copyright owner.
  11. Legal & Ethical Guidelines when Implementing Technology Cont. • Before using technology in the classroom educators must go over technology safety with students. • Model safe online practices with students: • Checking to make sure sites are secure before entering personal information. • Model how to use sites such as social media & how to create & publish valuable content.
  12. What is the role of a technology change leader in developing a learning environment that promotes digital citizenship? • Developing a classroom environment that is preventative. • Clearly defining policies which promote integrity. • Use of appropriate digital etiquette. • For any activities requiring students to use mobile devices a statement must be prepared regarding its appropriate use.
  13. What is the role of a technology change leader in developing a learning environment that promotes digital citizenship? Cont. • Being a good role model • Being a good role model demonstrates to the students that the teacher is dedicated to promoting and upholding academic standards, (Robb & Shellenbarger, 2015, p. 6). • Increasing student awareness • Conduct activities with students to practice skills such as how to properly cite resources.
  14. Examples on how to properly model ethical, legal, & safe use of technology • Taking care of technology equipment • Teaching students how to care for technology resources by making them aware of malware such as viruses & bugs. • Helping to prevent cyberbullying • Explain importance of if students see cyberbullying to report it immediately • Show how creating and maintaining self image is important • Promote a positive image of self online, (Promoting Responsible and Ethical, 2012, p. 9) • Copyright Law & Fair Use Act • It is vital for teachers & students to understand the use of material that has been copyrighted.
  15. References • Introducing NETS•S The Next Generation[PDF]. (2007). N.a.: ISTE. • Promoting Responsible and Ethical Digital Citizens. (2012). Retrieved from • Robb, M., & Shellenbarger, T. (2015, February 10). Promoting Digital Citizenship and Academic Integrity. Retrieved from technology-articles/promoting-digital-citizenship-academic-integrity-technology-classrooms/ • The ISTE National Educational Technology Standards (NETS•T) and Performance Indicators for Teachers[PDF]. (2008). International Society for Technology in Education.

Notas del editor

  1. Provide real life examples of activities done in Technology class that are cross-curricular.
  2. Elaborate on importance of showing students how to give credit to sources for their work.