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  • ICE 234:Survey of Computers in SchoolsDr. Christy KeelerMillennials

  • Daily OutlineDigital Tools for Digital Kids K-W-LOpeningWord Processing and the Writing ProcessGroup Work: K-W-LLecture: MillennialsDemonstration: InspirationClosing

  • Daily ObjectivesDisplay competent use of the K-W-L learning strategy.Identify the steps of the writing process.Describe millennials.Be able to develop a concept map using basic features of Inspiration software

  • The Kissing Hand

  • The Writing ProcessPrewritingDraftingRevisingEditing / ProofreadingCopy editingContent editingPublishing / Peer EditingEvaluatingIdea developmentOrganizationVoiceConventionsGo to Word

  • Digital Tools for Digital KidsAssign a recorderReview what you learned from the articleShare your questions from the W columnFill in the L columnList your still unanswered questionsPrepare to report your discussions

  • Elementary-Level Digital Children

  • Living in a Digital WorldTechnology is part of the natural landscapeNonlinearIndividual controlMultinational, multicultural, multidisciplinaryOne billion Internet users in 2005

  • Digital ChildrenMillennials, Net Generation, N-GenersCurrently between 6 and 26Population of 80 millionFirst generation to grow up surrounded by digital mediaMore comfortable, knowledgeable, and literate about technology than parentsWatch less TV than parents did when the same age

  • Digital Children

  • Digital Children: CharacteristicsInteractiveMobileExpressiveCreative communicatorsInterested in self-developmentRapidly take in and respond to sights and sounds

  • Digital Children: CharacteristicsInteractiveMobileExpressiveCreative communicatorsInterested in self-developmentRapidly take in and respond to sights and sounds[N-Geners] love hard work because working, learning, and playing are the same thing to them. (Tapscott, 1998)

  • What does this mean for schools?

  • Digital Children at SchoolAny time, any place, any path, any pace.Motto for Florida Virtual SchoolTechnology wont replace teachers, but teachers using technology will replace those who dont. Distance Learning Resource Network, 2000Schools will become social centers for non-academic activities.Shank, 2000

  • Digital Children at SchoolService-based educationStudents need multimedia to embrace new learningTeachers become facilitators, not transmitters of knowledge

  • Digital Children at SchoolStudents need environments and tools conducive to:

    CreativityInquiryCollaborationDesignReal-world problem-solving

  • Digital ChildrenFrom the back cover of Readers Digest, February 2005

  • Concept MappingVisual method of describing a conceptStructureMap-likeUnidirectional or multidirectionalNetworkedReveals inter-relationships

  • Concept Mapping: Inspiration

  • What common traits of elementary-level millennials exist?

  • Concept MappingInspirationMain ideaRapid fireSymbol/pictureFont size, color, styleLink color, textArrangeMove symbolsViewMultiple select and dragOutlineAdd/delete topics/subtopicsMove topicsIndent

  • Daily OutlineDigital Tools for Digital Kids K-W-LOpeningGroup Work: K-W-LLecture: MillennialsDemonstration: InspirationClosing

  • Daily ObjectivesDisplay competent use of the K-W-L learning strategy.Identify the steps of the writing process.Describe millennials.Be able to develop a concept map using basic features of Inspiration software.

  • For Next SessionReadings and QuizISTE NETS TutorialNETS-S and Performance Indicators (Grades PreK-8)NETS-TTechnology Journey IEdits (1/24 by 8:00 AM PST via WebCampus)Final Draft (1/29 by 10:00 AM PST via WebCampus)Back-up all documents you may want in your portfolioNetStorageOnline software demonstrations

  • ICE 234:Survey of Computers in SchoolsDr. Christy KeelerHave a great week ~ See you next session!

    Prewriting: concept mapping that involves brainstorming, clustering, dialoguing, outlining, note-takingDraftingRevisingEditing / ProofreadingCopy editingContent editingPublishingEvaluating: IOVC Method (4 traits, five level score continuum)Idea development - random to insightful and focusedOrganization - confusing to logical developmentVoice - bland or monotonous to expressiveConventions - error distract reader to polished

    Evidence of the submersion in digital media comes from the fact that General Motors shipped more computing power in 2000 than did IBM.Evidence of the submersion in digital media comes from the fact that General Motors shipped more computing power in 2000 than did IBM.Shank writes: Teachers will provide things technology cannot one-on-one tutoring; teaching kids how to work in a group to accomplish something; and teaching crucial interpersonal relationship skills. (2000)Service-based educational venue catering to needs of individual students (e.g., traditional, online, charter). From Knoke, 1996