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Moving from Technology Integration to Digital Learning

Derek Keenan
November 13, 2014

Moving from Technology Integration to Digital Learning

This talk features specific paths to move from simply using technology, toward revolutionizing learning using digital tools.

Derek Keenan

November 13, 2014
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  1. From Technology
    Integration to Digital
    Learning
    [email protected] www.MrKeenan.com
    403.585.6446
    @mrkeenan

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  2. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7UiYgX3PiHg&feature=related

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  3. • International Society for Technology in
    Education
    • Relevant standards for students, teachers,
    administrators and now coaches and
    computer science educators.
    • website is www.ISTE.org

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  4. National Education Technology
    Standards for Students
    • Creating effective digital
    learning means creating
    activities that involve these!
    http://www.iste.org/standards/nets-for-students.aspx

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  5. Bloom’s (Digital)Taxonomy
    Bloom’s Digital Taxonomy transfers
    the skills into actions the students
    undertake in their learning.
    http://edorigami.wikispaces.com/Bloom's+Digital+Taxonomy

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  6. Web 2.0 Tools & Bloom’s Digital Taxonomy
    http://www.usi.edu/distance/bdt.htm

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  7. ISTE & Bloom’s
    • By blending the NETS standards and
    Bloom’s Digital Taxonomy, we can verify
    the value of a digital learning activity for
    our students.
    • Let’s look at some examples.

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  8. Pocket Frogs
    As students begin to
    understand the
    process of breeding
    their frogs, they can
    selectively breed
    specific types by
    analyzing genetic
    variation
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9bknEkT4mPc

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  9. Evernote
    • Structures in
    Evernote allow for
    quick information
    collection and
    research that the
    student can then
    evaluate later.

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  10. Your Turn
    • Choose a level from Bloom’s Digital Taxonomy
    below, and one of the NETS for students, and then
    think of an activity from your subject that would
    meet both.
    Try to
    focus on
    HOTS, and
    remember:

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  11. Sharing
    • Once you have an example we are going to create a
    repository for these great ideas!
    • Scan the QR Code, or go to the address below using
    whatever devices you have.
    • If you can’t do it now, add it later!
    • Results link will be shared at www.mrkeenan.com
    http://goo.gl/5K42P

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