Technology enables all students to express themselves in multimodal ways and to be active participants in a variety of local and global communities. Students can build relationships, take ownership of shaping new knowledge, and take real-life action both online and offline. Agency and Technology Slide Handouts. QR Codes in the Classroom. Learner Agency, Technology, and Emotional Intelligence.
Preface Early in my training as an educator, I was exposed to William Glasser’s conceptualization of basic human needs and their importance in creating a healthy educational setting.
They are: Belonging – Fulfilled by loving, sharing, and cooperating with othersPower – Fulfilled by achieving, accomplishing, and being recognized and respectedFreedom – Fulfilled by making choicesFun – Fulfilled by laughing and playing. TPACK.ORG. SAMR Model examples. Louise Hall Prezi for TIP model. High Possibility Classrooms: Student Agency Through Technology-Enhanced Learning. Imagine a classroom where very young students produce beautiful paper puppets that are scanned and then used to inform writing narratives.
Picture a classroom where the teacher tells elementary school students on a regular basis: "Questions are more important than answers. " Visualize a classroom with long bench-like seats that are set up around work tables and where there is no teacher desk -- a place where the teacher uses a process called Q U E S T and BYOD to support middle school students in understanding what topics in the curriculum are important to them. Envisage a high school classroom where eager students learn film protocols in a digital media unit alongside their visual arts teacher who is a successful Australian filmmaker.
Does this all sound a little too idealistic? Webinar Today's Meet. Webinar Padlet. IB Webinar Survey: Models. AnswerGarden Poll. What is your favorite digital tool?
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Research: Social bookmarking. Self-management: Centers and LMS. Thinking: Surveys, polls, and quizzes. Communication: Website and eportfolio makers. Thinking: Game-based learning. Digital Storytelling. Peer collaboration. Global collaboration. Authentic resources. DiY. Makerspaces and Coding. Avatars.