Meaningful learning?

We will begin with watching your Movie Trailers and check your People Bingo! Earn the late passes!!

 

PART ONE: TOPICS OF INTEREST

So – what exactly are we doing this semester. Our main areas of focus are:

  1. Communication and Collaboration
  2. Creativity and Innovation
  3. Critical Thinking and Problem Solving

Before today’s class you viewed several issues of Learning and Leading with Technology by the International Society for Education. This professional group also publishes the ISTE Standards for K12 Students and Teachers. We’ll take a few minutes to look at those standards and talk about how they relate to the topics you viewed.

In small groups, share your topics/articles. Using the ISTE standards, identify which set of standards your topics address. Organize your groups topics within these standards. Use the list of educational hashtags to identify hashtags relevant to your topics. Be prepared to share what you’ve organized with the class.

 

PART TWO: MEANINGFUL LEARNING WITH TECHNOLOGY 

What was the big idea or takeaway you had from the Meaningful Learning with Technology chapter? Was there anything that surprised you? My favorite takeaway?

This quote from the Jonassen text (p. 2):

“In order for students to learn meaningfully, they must be willfully engaged in a meaningful task.”

I strongly recommend you memorize it. Seriously, say it with me: “In order for students to learn meaningfully, they must be willfully engaged in a meaningful task.”

 

Each group has been assigned a characteristic of meaningful learning with technology. Discuss these questions with your group members and share it with the class.

Let’s watch a video of a learning activity and see if we can identify any of the characteristics.

If you are going to memorize anything this semester (besides the quote) – I would strongly recommend that you memorize these 5 characteristics.  You’ll be seeing and using them all semester long . . .

 

 

FOR TUESDAY.

EXIT Quizzes!

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