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  • 1. KEYS to Student Centered Learning! Professional Development Training Presented by: Bethany Marcusson March 25, 2013
  • 2. Learning Outcomes: 1.Identify methods for using technology to create a student centered learning environment. 2. Brainstorm creative methods to incorporate the National Educational Technology Standards (NETS) into a student centered classroom setting. 3. Identify solutions for challenges facing technology integration in the classroom. 4. Define the copyright and fair use guidelines as they connect to educational usage. . finntrack.co.uk
  • 3. What is the Difference???Teacher Centered Student Centered ms-suyblogspot.com jrlanes.wordpress.com
  • 4. Teacher Centered VS: Student CenteredTeacher centered learning environments can include: Lecture style Teacher deciding on instructional goals Students follow specific guidelines Exam given mostly follow multiple choice style formatStudent centered learning environments can include: Students responsible for their own learning Independent work Incorporate personal questions Solve authentic problems Differentiated learning environment Learning chronicle.comElen, J. (2007). Student-centred and teacher-centred learning environments: whatstudents think. Teaching In Higher Education, 12(1), 105-117.
  • 5. Student Centered: Links to TechnologyHow do you incorporate technology in your classroom? Nisce.org
  • 6. Using Technology to Enhance Student LearningAchieve meaningful learning by incorporating virtual peerinteraction: Chat, Facebook, Blog, Discussion Boards Peer Assessment: Collaborate together on criteria and guide in self assessment. Wikis: Web pages created in where groups can edit content together. Bwpat.de Revere, L., & Kovach, J. V. (2011). ONLINE TECHNOLOGIES FOR ENGAGED LEARNING: A meaningful synthesis for educators. Quarterly Review of Distance Education, 12(2), 113-124,149- 150. Retrieved from: http://search.proquest.com/docview/920291723?accountid=35812
  • 7. Integrating Technology into aStudent Centered Environment msnettles.blogspot.com
  • 8. NETS are designed to guide educators in providing a natural integration oftechnology. There are various examples of Student Centered Learningapproaches intertwined throughout the support of technology integration.1. Inspire CreativityFacilitate real life experiences andauthentic problems using digitalmedia. (Virtual Field Trip: Egyptian Pyramids)2. Provide Equitable Access to ResourcesEstablish guidelines, routines, andpartnerships in the classroom environment toensure everyone has opportunities to exploreand utilize technological resources.(Tech schedule, Learning Teams...) www.iste.org TE partnership publishes national educational technology standards. (1999). Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 42(6), 478-478. Retrieved from http://search.proquest.com/docview/216940756?accountid=35812
  • 9. Solutions for: Potential Problems Technology IntegrationFunding?Grant opportunitiesTechnology Project - PTA munnjm.wordpress.comTroubleshooting?Professional Development Opportunities Technology TrainingAccessibility of computer access for students and families?After school computer labPublic Library Access
  • 10. Curriculum Connection: Reminder: Copyright and Fair Use Guidelines 1 Copyright guidelines apply to teachers and should be shared and taught to students. 2 All Intellectual properties are available to copyright guidelines.Focus as educatorsto recognize and applyguidelines. www.differentminds.orgNapper, V. S. (2003). Ethical issues in copyright compliance and fair use guidelines in teacher education.TechTrends, 47(6), 5-8. Retrieved fromhttp://search.proquest.com/docview/223129690?accountid=35812
  • 11. You are the KEY! Teachers + Technology +Student Centered Approaches = Active Learning!
  • 12. Biography Citation: Elen, J. (2007). Student-centred and teacher-centred learning environments: what students think. Teaching In Higher Education, 12(1), 105-117. Revere, L., & Kovach, J. V. (2011). ONLINE TECHNOLOGIES FOR ENGAGED LEARNING: A meaningful synthesis for educators. Quarterly Review of Distance Education, 12(2), 113-124,149-150. Retrieved from http://search.proquest.com/docview/920291723?accountid=35812 TE partnership publishes national educational technology standards. (1999). Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 42(6), 478-478. Retrieved from http://search.proquest.com/docview/216940756?accountid=35812 Napper, V. S. (2003). Ethical issues in copyright compliance and fair use guidelines in teacher education. TechTrends, 47(6), 5-8. Retrieved from http://search.proquest.com/docview/223129690?accountid=35812