Agenda: Class 3 - In Case of Snow
ET605 Introduction to Educational Technology
- Announcements and Questions
- Don’t forget to respond to each article at least twice in Moodle if you want an A. This is a discussion.
- Class pictures are now on Moodle.
- Class roster (divided by grade level and teaching area) is now on Moodle
- Questions: Send them to email@example.com
- Discuss Readings on Moodle (no in-class discussion)
- Discuss the Learning Connections article in Moodle. For each of
the technologies, think about the following questions (we would have
discussed in class had we been there):
- For what grade level is the lesson, technology, or tip intended?
- Can it be adapted to other grade levels?
- Does this use of technology help you do something that couldn't be done without technology?
- Does this use of technology help you do something that could be done but help you do it better?
- Does this use of technology promote higher-order thinking skills?
- Would you like to use a lesson like this in your classroom?
- One to two messages about the Learning Connections Article are due by next class.
- Be sure to post discussions (not summaries) of the article to the class Moodle site
- Send any general questions or comments to the class listserv firstname.lastname@example.org
- Web Page Creation Part I
- If anything is unclear, we will have time in class to do more with Web pages next week
- Exit Ticket: Create a simple Web page using the HTML tags from the videos and handouts with:
- A heading using <h1>
- A paragrapah using <p>
- An image using <img>
- A list using <ol>
- A link to another Web site using <a>
- Be sure that the Web page and any associated files are in a folder
- Zip the folder (see instructions)
- Don't worry if it is not perfect, but you must hand it in via Moodle in the Class 3 slot for "Snow Exit Ticket"
- Hand in your Exit Ticket
- Read Article 3: Goldilocks and TPACK
- Post responses about Article 2: Learning Connections to the appropriate forum on Moodle
- Practice technology skills (set up time to see me if necessary)
This page was prepared by: David M. Marcovitz, Ph.D.
Last updated: February 2, 2014