- Welcome to SHS/SFA Tech Tuesdays 2015-2016
- Tech Tuesday – Digitally Communicating with Parents
- Tech Tuesday – Flipped Learning 200: 3 Free Options for Flipping With Your Mac
- Tech Tuesday – ELA Content-Area Tech Integration
- ICYMI Tech Tuesday – ELA Content-Area Tech Integration Ideas
- ICYMI Tech Tuesday – PBL 107 – Getting Started
- Tech Tuesday – Flipped Learning 202: Borrowing Media from Trusted Providers
- ICYMI Tech Tuesday – Customizing Borrowed Media from Trusted Providers
- ICYMI Tech Tuesday – Math Content-Area Tech Integration
- A look at the second-semester Tech Tuesday schedule
- ICYMI Tech Tuesday – PBL 501 – Introduction to Assessment Using Rubrics
- ICYMI Tech Tuesday – Flipped Learning 216b: Voice-Free Videos with PowToons
- Tech Tuesday – Social Studies Content-Area Tech Integration
- Tech Tuesday – PBL 502 – Building Better Rubrics
- ICYMI Tech Tuesday – PBL 502 – Building Better Rubrics
- Tech Tuesday – Science Content-Area Tech Integration
- Tech Tuesday – PBL 301- Group Work vs. Collaboration
- ICYMI Tech Tuesday – Flipped Learning 419- Small-Group Differentiated Instruction in Edmodo
- Tech Tuesday – World Languages Tech Integration
- Tech Tuesday – Flipped Learning 405p- EdPuzzle for Video Quizzing and Lesson Mastery
How do you speak and write in another language “above the line”? In this session, learn how to move toward transformational learning tasks (modification, redefinition on SAMR) in the foreign language classroom.
- As a conversation starter, we reviewed this SAMR Introduction video from Common Sense Media
- Using our idea walls, sketch out what a technology infused lesson looked like this past week.
- In a gallery walk, we will then identify what level on the SAMR model those activities fall. Let’s also discuss how the tools mentioned can be used to move up the SAMR model to new learning experiences that did not exist without our technology.
- How do they compare with the SAMR-aligned ideas found at this website?
- Alternately, we can skim through the “Places to Look” below to find more resources.
- Later, I will post an ICYMI that recaps some of the suggestions made in-session and then what other suggestions I might have
Places to Look
- Pinterest is also a place to look for boards collected by other Pinners
- Explore reviewed tools by Common Sense Media / Graphite or FreeTech4Teachers. Explore collected (but not reviewed tools) that Cybrary Man has found. Another list by Connect with Languages can be found here.
- Trusted content (video, some simulations, etc.) is available at PBSLearningMedia.org, ETV’s Streamline / Learn360 as well as LangMedia.
Connect with Others
- Edmodo – Be sure to sign up for your content-area community
- Twitter – By searching for “hashtags” on Twitter, you can find conversations, ideas and resources that teachers share to teach world languages. Here are a couple hashtags to watch: