2017 November Tech Integration-Original

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=XbBwM1c-6xM&app=desktop

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I learned about Texting Story and the Disney Emoji game this past weekend. What do you want to share or have questions about?

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We will take a Poll Everywhere survey. You can have up to 40 responses for free.

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You can look into these instructional strategies on the Triple E Framework website.

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You do not create student accounts for Digital Compass. The website stores a cookie. The student has to sit at the same computer for the user name to remember their progress.

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You will choose the letter W for the Kung Fu Fibber simulation.

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You will listen to a few sentences then make a choice. Above the simulation are three icons that can show the character’s profile, the pathway a student took in the simulation, and a score card for their progress in the game portion.

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Once done, it is suggested that the students go through the simulation many times making good and bad choices. After you play through the simulation twice, play the game once.

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The game will show different “photos” and text messages. You will decide if the character should pause or post.

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When you have completed nine choices you will see the results.

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This is the score card.

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Turn and talk with your partner about instructional strategies you can use to make a strong connection between the learning goal and the use of the simulation. Share your ideas in the Google Form.

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Some ideas for stronger connections.

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Have students take turns clicking and recording choices.

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Have students create their own map of the choices.

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Other options for teaching digital citizenship skills. These links are also in the Google Classroom.

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You will receive a digital badge plus a PDF for the Be Internet Awesome curriculum.

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Content that tricks you into revealing personal information, like your password or credit card number

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Content that tricks you into revealing personal information, like your password or credit card number

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After you rate the following video on paper, transfer your scores to the Google Form so we can see the overall ratings.

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This is a sample lesson from The Teaching Channel. Not every lesson has technology sometimes there are just good teaching strategies.

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The text code is only good for one hour. This code will not get you to our Seesaw class.

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Your principal has received a spreadsheet with direct links to surveys for your school for parents, teachers, students, and group surveys.

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When you click Admin Login, you will use the principal’s email address and the password I sent.

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The first radio button will allow you/the principal to make someone else’s email the main contact. You can have up to five additional email addresses who will receive the weekly update of surveys. If you leave the survey password blank, you will use the RCAN password – only for students – that I emailed to the princpals.

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The same menu will let you download promotional materials.

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A high school librarian in South Carolina shared this idea on Facebook and graciously shared this Google Drive with emojis.

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A tech teacher, Jen Wagner, in California shared this emoji story and the Texting Story app. I have not played with the app much yet so you will want to try it first yourself. It seems very simple.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=XbBwM1c-6xM&app=desktop

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2017 Triple E Framework - Digital Leadership - Speak Up Please sign on to Google Classroom (classroom.google.com) Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International (CC BY-NC 4.0) Ann Oro 2017

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Gathering prayer Note: Unless otherwise stated images are from pixabay.com (Creative Commons Public Domain - no need to cite - NOT for students)

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Good News/Questions/Sharing

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Digital Citizenship and Teaching Moves www.polleverywhere.com

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Instructional Strategies (Photocopy)

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Digital Compass - Instructional Strategies www.digitalcompass.org Software Tour and Directions

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Digital Compass - Instructional Strategies www.digitalcompass.org Software Tour

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Digital Compass - Instructional Strategies www.digitalcompass.org Software Tour

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Digital Compass - Instructional Strategies www.digitalcompass.org Software Tour

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Digital Compass - Instructional Strategies www.digitalcompass.org Software Tour

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Digital Compass - Instructional Strategies www.digitalcompass.org Software Tour

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Digital Compass - Instructional Strategies www.digitalcompass.org Software Tour

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Digital Compass - Instructional Strategies www.digitalcompass.org Software Tour

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Digital Compass - Instructional Strategies www.digitalcompass.org Software Tour

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1) How do you rate Digital Compass as a tool students would use on their own? 2) Pair with another teacher and talk about what you could do to make it a more purposeful experience. Student Learning Goal: Students will role play choices they might make online and discuss the benefits and consequences of posting in online spaces. http://tinyurl.com/rcankungfu

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Digital Citizenship and Teaching Moves www.digitalcompass.org Pair Up - Take Turns Partner A - Make Choices and Pause Partner B - Map Out Choices and note “vocabulary”

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Common Sense Digital Citizenship for Students Common Sense Media Scope & Sequence (K-8+) commonsense.org/education/scope-and-sequence

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Common Sense Digital Citizenship for Students Common Sense Media Digital Passport (3rd-5th) Common Sense Media Digital Compass (6th and up) www.digitalcompass.org

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Google Digital Citizenship for Students Google Be Internet Awesome (3rd-5th) beinternetawesome.withgoogle.com

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Cable in the Classroom Teach InCtrl InCtrl (4th-up) teachinctrl.org

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Everfi Digital Literacy and Responsibility Ignition (6th-9th) https://everfi.com/k-12/ignition/

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Google Digital Citizenship for Teachers Digital Badge for Teacher PLUS Curriculum 43 page PDF Google and iKeepSafe

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Google Digital Citizenship for Teachers edutrainingcenter.withgoogle.com/digital_citizenship www.npr.org/sections/alltechconsidered/2017/08/14/543434808/forget-tough-passwords-new-guidelines-make-it-simple

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Google Digital Citizenship for Teachers The organization suggests: keep passwords simple, long and memorable (phrases, lowercase letters and typical English words work well) experts no longer suggest special characters and a mix of lower and uppercase letters passwords never need to expire Note: So many people would just change one character: 76Trombones to 77Trombones - criminals were wise to this!

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Google Digital Citizenship for Teachers https://edutrainingcenter.withgoogle.com/digital_citizenship/unit?unit=7&lesson=28

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Google Digital Citizenship for Teachers https://edutrainingcenter.withgoogle.com/digital_citizenship/unit?unit=7&lesson=28 Search Savvy What type of website Business, news, blog Purpose Sell, inform, persuade, entertain Not everyone is an expert on a topic Author’s qualifications Point of view What information ideas, and opinions are presented and ignored Is the information presented in a balanced way or biased Compare 3 sources and include one source with an opposing viewpoint Publication date

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Google Digital Citizenship for Teachers https://edutrainingcenter.withgoogle.com/digital_citizenship/unit?unit=20&lesson=30 Social Engineering Rich prince Information collected for “free” things Email from bank Fake web pages Fake “computer infected” messages Always download from reputable sources

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Google Digital Citizenship for Teachers https://edutrainingcenter.withgoogle.com/digital_citizenship/unit?unit=22&lesson=31 Online Reputation Establish your own boundaries Digital footprint: photos, videos, text Privacy settings Photo geotags Respect others - resharing Know how to report bad behavior

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Triple E Framework

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General Thoughts on Part 2 and 3 of Webinar Learning First, Technology Second with Liz Kolb

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Triple E Framework Form www.tinyurl.com/rcantripleeform

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https://www.teachingchannel.org/videos/technology-and-math

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Ideas

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Seesaw app.seesaw.me

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Speak Up 2017 - Archdiocesan Access speakup.tomorrow.org

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Speak Up 2017 - Archdiocesan Access speakup.tomorrow.org

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speakup.tomorrow.org

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speakup.tomorrow.org

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speakup.tomorrow.org

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https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0Bw_zE-TxCVI1LWVUcUJKR09lN2M Cathy Jo Nelson: Our newest way to feature student picks--have them make an emoji bookmark to go with a book they'd like to add to this display.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o4gMJynUqCI Texting Story iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/textingstory-chat-story-maker/id1083676922?mt=8 Texting Story Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.textingstory.android&hl=en

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2017 Triple E Framework - Digital Leadership - Speak Up Please sign on to Google Classroom (classroom.google.com) Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International (CC BY-NC 4.0) Ann Oro 2017

Summary: Workshop 2 - Triple E Framework part 2, digital leadership, Seesaw, and Speak Up survey.

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