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Your name tag shows the types of technology available at your various schools. You will want to use this when you choose your working partners later in the workshop.

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We’ve been working with the Triple E Framework – review with the teachers what is in the framework.

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https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/147BgqLobL7dNR7bdE3StKOqqmLJ0ZjksP0Mx1ohge1o (See Poetry Pals tab) View the Poetry Pals video online.

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We have an opportunity to become ISTE Certified. Walk through of ISTE Certification slide deck. It is for all teachers, not just tech integration specialists or teachers.

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What do you notice as differences between the two posted videos? Try to get teachers to post videos in landscape mode. It provide you with more details of what is going on in the video and fills the screen.

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You can also look at #rcantech tagged images on my RCAN Technology Facebook and Twitter feeds. You can use it as examples for students. What can you notice about good posture at the computer?

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This was a great posting about an experience in Kindergarten. What do you wish you knew about what happened that day?

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What makes this more personal from a student voice perspective? What pronouns are used? Do the images appear to be teacher or student photographs?

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What makes this more personal from a student voice perspective? What pronouns are used? Do the images appear to be teacher or student photographs?

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The posts are written in the first person (I/We) and the images may not be perfect. It shows what the students did and were thinking.

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The RCAN Technology Curriculum Map has skills that show a progression of student voice.

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It is a gradual release model with students taking more ownership of their publishing skills.

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You will have a before page. Type in your group member names.

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There is also an after page. You can add text or use the notes area to share how you would make this a posting with more student voice in sharing what they are learning and doing.

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November 27 PM Group: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/17UIW4mOMh77d7F2sSMP0qsAVLny3ctyIrbAYfF1c8sE/edit?usp=sharing November 28 AM Group: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/10LuyrjFqzYBlE0wjGHq6k8nq_eF6fQXMXI9m8oLroE4/edit?usp=sharing November 28 PM Group: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/15vmh7w2kb0hsyqIhrscdZWuU57IkKAKat5MvNXWuzMc/edit?usp=sharing

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Quick video to share with teachers: How do you introduce students to sharing their learning? Created in Clipchamp.

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I had a conversation with Kathi Kerznowski who is a technology integration specialist in southern NJ. These ideas can help you think about other ways in which you can share resources from these workshops back at the school.

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Review the big ideas. Teachers will choose one video to view before Workshop #3.

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Review the big ideas. Teachers will choose one video to view before Workshop #3.

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Review the big ideas. Teachers will choose one video to view before Workshop #3.

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Review the big ideas. Teachers will choose one video to view before Workshop #3.

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https://padlet.com/kerszi/LearningInTheLoo This is a creative way to share a new idea. It is posted in the teachers restroom. There are a great number of pre-made 8.5x11 mini posters that you can immediately use.

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docs.google.com/presentation/d/1vtAha_709HBUf4bDUX2UhHZxPnViXroH3eQ6Hrlw3z4/edit#slide=id.g3d6ed83ea4_0_0 Another teacher saw the idea and posted even more mini posters. These are designed for legal sized paper.

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I reimagined the initial post as a video. I found a video (on the left) on YouTube. It is more professional than you might want and only focuses on two children. My iMovie trailer on the right uses images from the original post to tell more of a story that could be generated with teacher and student conversation.

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If you have iPads or Macs iMovie is free and easy to use. Chromebooks and Windows machines might want to use Clipchamp instead. It is freemium. Some content they provide will have a watermark, but you can upload your own music and images.

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We saw this a few years ago. The iMovie Trailer Planners show exactly how many images and text boxes will be required for each iMovie trailer. Even if you use Clipchamp, you can use the outline as a suggestion for teachers or students in the timing and number of images and text boxes.

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This is a count of text boxes and images needed for each iPad iMovie trailer.

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We’ve seen Incompetech before. It is a great place to send students for Creative Commons licensed music.

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For January, you will redesign one social media posting from a student perspective and share your reaction to doing so online. The Flipgrid password is in Google Classroom.

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Empatico is a free way to connect your classroom to classes around the world. It is sponsored by the company who makes Kind bars. They will match you with a partner class with similar interests and have lesson plans to use before, during, and after the connection with your partner class.

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This is a program that is similar to Kahoot which many teachers love. The advantage is that students can see questions on their own device. They earn in game “cash” to purchase powerups.

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Sample game.

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This is a program that is similar to Kahoot which many teachers love. The advantage is that students can see questions on their own device. The Quizizz can be assigned for homework. It links directly through Google Classroom.

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Options for Quizizz

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The Speak Up survey is open through January 31, 2019.

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Some of what we learned last year.

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Some of what we learned last year.

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Some of what we learned last year.

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Some of what we learned last year.

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Some of what we learned last year.

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Some of what we learned last year.

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Some of what we learned last year.

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Some of what we learned last year.

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Some of what we learned last year.

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Giving Students and Teachers Choice and Voice Ann Oro Director of K12 Instructional Technology 2018 Creative Commons-AttributionNonCommercial

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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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All Those Dots Chromebooks iPads Google Suite Office 365

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Engaging - Enhancing - Extending www.tripleeframework.com

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www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zt3Ta-Gd-o4

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Analysis

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Best Practices https://www.facebook.com/AoOL180/videos/192666891624106/?__xts__[0]=68.ARBCB8ZF_WkRcxTvr43be6gJEuCSxYNXcfyOZhdYYZ8gOrZLGUhCgpsO5dyflClgj0jSDKz10vLy_xMNqM4w4B6B-RyXlA_Poxkq6ewoKVTnyxucl1Nyp5YlOfTaKAI20NvBhKas1yulb655o9qh-BobqY-HGVGz-7Y_0iLpUz6GQ2_F6M4ClVo8n4L1P87wYB2c93oHcRqm7Sc-AIAOCtryC0Nf53cDpdvK&__tn__=-R https://www.facebook.com/StJohnsAcademyHillsdale/videos/1890757997674555/?__xts__[0]=68.ARCUA0yUkPMF7ftICbQaru4oh7ikNBU4SbxpcHI0MMBGHT6k0eaDH8Ly02xnLZrcC9OUoY9ANWYDdkYSA5g5JaGLdjYndLz_mtdLKXSREn5AN03pRJwwTe2BL8iMzKcwiH6PsGdWG5PN35FPZMfbdUabSGnKL5HZDMoGro6Xqm0Q-gq8HUJWbq0vc4Z5iRym9dSq82EmU7R2S0MoZqdz9_BE2GJuy61lft1Z&__tn__=-R

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Comparing and Contrasting Posture

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Student Voice

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Hooray! Today is the first day of Global Read Aloud, so we are doing an activity based on the book we will read! #GRAAmal #GRA18 #kidtweet

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iPads and Digital Cameras

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What gives evidence of an educator written Facebook or Twitter post and a student post (with or without adult help)?

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Selecting Images/ Captioning Grade 1: Guided Internet Use: Contribute to a class project that communicates an idea to multiple audiences using a variety of media and formats with teacher support. Grade 2: Guided Internet Use: Interact and publish with peers, experts, or others using various media and formats in online spaces or school social media with teacher support. Grade 3: Guided Internet Use: Interact and publish with peers, experts, or others using various media and formats in online spaces or school social media. Grade 4: Guided Internet Use: Collaborate to produce a digital story about a significant local event or issue based on first-person interviews. Grade 5: Guided Internet Use: Collaborate to produce a digital story about a significant local event or issue based on first-person interviews.

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Selecting Images/ Captioning Grade 6: Synthesize and publish information using digital tools and resources. Collaboratively produce a digital presentation. Grade 7: Understand Apply methods of appropriate use of social media. and Explain the negative consequences of misuse of social media. Grade 8: Synthesize information about a local or global issue or event (e.g., telecollaborative project, blog, school web page).

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Group Work Choose one Tweet or Facebook post on the Social Media Redesign Slide Deck for your session by date and time How could it look different with student voice? What questions do you have about what you are looking at that could be asked of the students and included in the post? Provide a mock up of the after design (you can use chart paper and upload a photo)

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Share Out Image Source: https://pixabay.com/en/question-who-how-what-where-when-2415069/ CC0 Creative Commons

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How... www.youtube.com/watch?v=X4qk9iwyQx4

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Technology Integration Specialist Interview

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create.piktochart.com/output/14789785-whats-a-technology-integration-specialist Kathi Kersznowski www.youtube.com/watch?v=KfaCX3AJO7Q www.youtube.com/watch?v=KfaCX3AJO7Q

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create.piktochart.com/output/14789785-whats-a-technology-integration-specialist Kathi Kersznowski www.youtube.com/watch?v=brq1jyIP5J0

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create.piktochart.com/output/14789785-whats-a-technology-integration-specialist Kathi Kersznowski www.youtube.com/watch?v=brq1jyIP5J0 www.youtube.com/watch?v=hmKApc8CmA8 www.youtube.com/watch?v=9FTe7MIBavM

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create.piktochart.com/output/14789785-whats-a-technology-integration-specialist Kathi Kersznowski www.youtube.com/watch?v=9FTe7MIBavM www.youtube.com/watch?v=w9B2za9X9Kk

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Link in Notes Section https://padlet.com/kerszi/LearningInTheLoo

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Link in Notes Section

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January 2016 PreWork 2018 Technology Integration Conversations with Kathi Kersznowski Part 1-6 Part 1: A conversation including background on the guest speaker as well as The Push In Model and You Can Book Me. (4:10) Part 2: The Find Me Resources Model, Draggo, The Mini PD Model, and Empatico. (4:30) Part 3: The Digital Resources Model, Credly, and Learning in the Loo. (3:20) Part 4: Email newsletters, Flipgrid voice tents, newsletter challenges, and Quizizz.(5:05) Part 5: Tech Playdates, Digital Connections Model, webinars via Zoom, Twin Twitter Nights, and the personal time challenge. (3:30) Part 6: Outside the District Model, Tech Facebook page, pineapple chart sharing classroom with the building, and One Small Thing at faculty meetings. (4:48)

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Social Media Post Redesign www.youtube.com/watch?v=xbwzXMqIE8Q www.youtube.com/watch?v=geZqXILW2zE

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iMovie Trailer (iPad) Clipchamp (web browser) www.youtube.com/watch?v=fcM5oWc5ei4 www.youtube.com/watch?v=geZqXILW2zE 92% of schools have iPads 70% of schools have iPads All schools have Internet access somewhere with laptop or desktop computers

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https://learninginhand.com/blog/2014/8/6/plan-a-better-imovie-trailer-with-these-pdfs

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ClipChamp clipchamp.com/en/products/create

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Incompetech incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/music.html

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Enjoy our video. Words and pictures by KP!

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PreWork for January https://flipgrid.com/f5fa40a2 flipgrid.com/duidycp Grid Password

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New Ideas

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Empatico www.empatico.org

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Gimkit www.gimkit.com

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Gimkit www.gimkit.com/play

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Quizizz www.quizizz.com

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Quizizz www.quizizz.com

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Speak Up Survey

Summary: Analysis and discussion of a collaborative poetry project using the Triple E Framework. Preview of a variety of opportunities to share technology integration knowledge with the wider school. Redesign of a social media post with student voice. Creation of a short trailer using iMove or ClipChamp.

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