Blooms Taxonomy Apps and Resources
This radio broadcast focuses on the wonderful world of Bloom's Taxonomy and how it relates to mobile apps, resources, websites and social media. Ideas have been shared of how to jump start student learning with authentic designing performance tasks, crafting questions for conferring with students, and providing feedback on student work.
Resources shared and edtech teachers mentioned include:
Aditi Rao: aka Twitter: @TeachBytes
Resource shared: 22 Ways to Appy Blooms Taxonomy to Twitter: http://teachbytes.com/2013/03/25/22-ways-to-use-twitter-with-blooms-taxonomy/
Greg Swanson: aka Twitter @GregDSwanson
Resource shared: Apps Classified by SAMR Model http://appsineducation.blogspot.ca/2012/11/samr-model-apps-poster.html
SAMR Model: https://sites.google.com/a/msad60.org/technology-is-learning/samr-model
SAMR Graphic Model 1: http://msad75summertechnologyinstitute.files.wordpress.com/2010/02/samr3.jpg
SAMR Graphic Model 2: http://www.hippasus.com/rrpweblog
Kathy Schrock Bloomin' Apps: http://www.schrockguide.net/bloomin-apps.html
Tim Nielsen aka Twitter @teach1tech
Resource noted: Group Maker App
Ian Byrd aka Twitter @ByrdseedGifted
Resource noted: The Differentiator http://byrdseed.com/differentiator/
Creating Digital Learning Spaces
Come and learn about 10 unique designing elements of how to create and cultivate digital learning spaces for k-12 students.
View all the resources mentioned today and the top ten list at http://engage.intel.com and the heading of The Digital Buzz.
Top 10 design elements to create and cultivating digital learning spaces for k-12 students and educators.
1. Sunflower social groups and effective classroom management.
2. The front of the room is no more for direct instruction
3. Collaborative Creation Stations or Digital Literacy Stations and additional resource of The Differentiator http://byrdseed.com/differentiator/
4. iCenter- flip your library media center into a Genius Bar and teacher/student technology literacy social help desk area.
5. Intel Education's "Mobile Learning Scenarios for k-12" app. http://intel.com/teachers
6. Tools for Student Centered Learning http://intel.com/teachers
7. Learning Space Toolkit http://learningspacetoolkit.org
8. Third Teacher Plus http://thethirdteacherplus.com
9. Idea Paint http://www.ideapaint.com/spaces/school
10. Challenge yourself to create dynamic digital learning space(s) to maximize student learning, problem solving, creative and design thinking and digital publication to showcase learning.
March Madness: Getting Your Tech Game On
How do you get your tech and teacher game on for March and through the Spring season? Join Blanca Duarte, Dyane Smokorowski, Vanessa Jones and Naomi Harm as we share tech teaching best practices relating to Intel Teach Elements, Twitter as a PLN, 1:1 best practices, new Intel Elements blended learning course, and the famous Intel Teach webinars.
Teachers Engage: http://engage.intel.com
Intel Education: http://www.intel.com/teachers
Teacher Channel: http://www.teacherchannel.org
Schools World TV: http://www.schoolsworld.tv
Visual Tanking App: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/visual-ranking-app/id605417637?mt=8
Mobile Learning Senario K-12 App https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.intel.mobilescenarios&feature=nav_result
It's All About The "Elements"
The Digital Buzz Radio Show- It's All About The "Elements"
Naomi Harm is interviewing guest speaker Heidi Catlin, technology coordinator from the Rhinelander, WI School District.
Heidi will share her professional development training experiences, quality and rigor of the course materials and resources, and her k-12 educator's blended learning experiences that have improved their new instructional approaches with the FREE Intel® Teach Elements—Online Professional Development Courses
We are also excited to announce and share the latest course in this series with you as well titled: Designing Blending Learning.
Please note, the radio broadcast will be recorded and archived on The Digital Buzz radio channel for future playback to meet your busy educator schedules. All support resources mentioned during the radio broadcast will also be uploaded to this threaded discussion for you to review, download and share with others through our online Intel Teachers Enage Community: http://engage.intel.com/message/109311
Its All About the App & Mobile Literacy
Naomi Harm is broadcasting live from San Jose, CA this week and providing an overview of her 2 day collaborative learning experience from the Google Teacher Academy and sharing out great Chrome apps, extensions and productivity skills with all of you.
Naomi has also introduced the new monthly "Mobile Literacy Boot Camps" that will take place in MN and WI from January through May 2013. These camps will be co-facilitated by students and teachers as dynamic duos and the content will be all around apps - Google Apps, Android Apps, iPad Apps etc.
Chrome extensions shared during this broadcast:
Turn Off the Lights
Read and Write for Google Docs
Easy Bib Citation
Awesome New Web Page Tab
Chrome Shortcut Display to master shortcuts - Click at the same time within the Chrome browser "Shift + ?"
Google Scripts: Autocrat, Flubaroo, FormMule, Doctopus
Common Sense Media- LOVE THIS SITE!!!! http://www.commonsense.org
Curators of New Knowledge
Come and explore the new student role in the digital collaborative classroom as curators of knowledge while immersing yourself in many resouces Naomi will provide during this month's radio broadcast. Naomi will share effective strategies, learning tools and resources to create and cultivate their new knowledge in a highly collaborate classroom for your k12 students or adult learners. As a guide, the free Intel Teach Elements "Collaboration in the Digital Classroom Framework" and the "Collaboration in the Digital Classroom" blended course will be introduced, to support you as an educator, administrator or a digital coach to find the right tool to get the job done to meet the student learning outcome.
Here is Naomi's presenation file today's content: http://goo.gl/pPPTc
Resources shared through todays' radio show include:
•Flipboard, Pulse, Zite
Intel Teach Elements Courses http://intel.com/teachers
Beth Kanter curation graphic orgainzer http://www.bethkanter.org
September Back to School Broadcast
This month's focus is on Back to School tips and tricks with shared resources of Apps, Authentic Assessments, Creating Curious Readers and Roll Out's of technology Plans and Initiatives.
Thanks to Michael Fischer and Jenna Liskens for sharing and recommendations of the following apps!
Apps to find free apps: Free Apps, AppsGoneFree, AppShopper, AppStar Picks, Edu App Center, TechChef4U, Appitic
Authentic Assessment- thanks to Lisa Nielsen and the article she wrote in the June 2012 Tech and Learning magazine.
How to create curious readers from Scholastic "Instructor" magazine. http://www.scholastic.com/teachers/article/how-create-curious-readers
Connected Educator Technology Symposium
Closing reflection on the Connected Educator Technology Symposium with Tim Nielsen and Jena Sherry.
The Digital Buzz - August Kick Off
The Digital Buzz July Radio Talk Show
Recap of ISTE 2012, learning takeaways and curation resources to continue your learning all summer long!
TL Forum: Rick Herrmann
An interview with Rick Herrmann, US Public Sector Manger for Intel. Rick shares his critical insight on BYOD, skills necessary for student and teacher learning to be digitally and technology literate, and what is forthcoming on the horizon for k12 edtech.
Primary Student Projects: Tim Nielsen
Live interview with Tim Nielsen, first grade teacher from the Holmen School District at the Blue Cup Coffee House in Holmen, WI. Our focus for the radio show today is on discussing primary student projects and digital storytelling. Tim also shares his best teaching strategies of also getting other teachers exciting about infusing technology into their instruction and finding the appropriate balance of screen time with our younger students.
Live from WEMTA 2012 Importance of WEMTA
Live from WEMTA 2012. Annette(past WEMTA president) and Donna Smith(current WEMTA president-elect) provide an overview of the importance of WEMTA and the professional development connections and opportunities.
Live from WEMTA 2012 WISE Consortium
Live from WEMTA 2012. Ellie and Laura provide an overview of the WISE Consortium and the impact of PD for LMC specialists.
Live from WEMTA 2012 Author Keynote
Live from WEMTA 2012. Keith Schroeder provides an overview of the keynote author Bruce Coville, and the importance of his message of how to appreciate the differences in our students. Here is Bruce's website http://www.brucecoville.com/
Live from WEMTA 2012 Ideas WI
Live from WEMTA 2012. Roxanne Nyes provides an overview of the IDEAS WI program http://www.ideas.wisconsin.edu/ and shares this FREE collaborative digital repository resource. There is also a student digital photography contest for WI students http://www.ideas.wisconsin.edu/imageideas_contest_2012.cfm
Live from WEMTA 2012 W/ Shannon Miller
Live from WEMTA 2012. Interview with the lovely Shannon Miller from the Van Meter, IA school district. Shannon was a spotlight speaker for WEMTA 2012 and is an exemplar LMC specialist and tech integration specialist.
Live form WEMTA 2012 Chromebook Overview
Live from WEMTA 2012. An interview with Emily Dittmar from the Marshall School District on Chromebooks. You can follow Emily on Twitter @MsDittmar
Live from WEMTA 2012 Digital Citizenship
Live from WEMTA 2012. Jena and Jon sharing their session overview on Digital Citizenship, BYOD and best practices. Sorry we lost our Internet connection 20.48 minutes into our collaborative interview- but the main message is there.
Live from WEMTA 2012 Great Strategies
Live from WEMTA 2012. An interview from Jennifer Snowbank and Jennifer Malphy sharing best practices on sessions they have attended, websites and apps.