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Richmond School Corporation
Richmond, Indiana
Professional Development

Select the session you are attending: day 1 - day 2 - day 3

Day 1

Designing Lessons with Technology Integration
    In this workshop our focus will be on what steps need to be taken to empower your teachers to effectively integrate technology with their instruction. We will explore best practices on technology use, tips for creating technology-rich lessons that are standards based, and explore websites you can use to support K-12 student learning.
    Feedback for Workshop
    1. Download Lesson Plan Template for Lessons (lesson plan template)
    2. Lesson Plan Resource Page - visit this page

Day 2

NETS for Students

    Your workload is already heavy, but you would like to see how you can use the Internet to strengthen your curriculum. In this workshop, you will find out how the World Wide Web can be easy, fun, rewarding, and highly productive for classroom instruction. Discover the many formats you can use to integrate the Internet including collaboration, searching strategies, and research activities. Lots of clear examples and step-by-step strategies make it much easier for teachers to help students quickly and efficiently research topics on the Web, think critically about content, avoid plagiarism, and use their finding to construct presentations on what they have learned.
    Feedback for Workshop

    1. Visit this page to begin your exploration: NETS for Students
    2. Additional Resources
      1. Resources for Students - this website is one that I've created for the Buddy2 technology project (geared for K-8th grade)
      2. Teaching Students Online Safety - here are tips for teaching students online safety rules
      3. Children's Literature - visit this page

Day 3

Assessing Student Learning

    Once you've selected an activity that matches your classroom curriculum and have identified which learning standards this lesson will be addressing, the next important step is planning how you will assess student learning. In this workshop we will explore the different kinds of assessments you can use as well as online rubrics generators to create several different types of measurement tools.
    Feedback for Workshop

    Visit this page to begin your exploration: Assessing Student Learning

 

Additional Resources to Use

George Lucas Educational Foundation
http://www.glef.org/
Online resources for project based learning.
Harris, J. (1998).
Virtual Architecture: Designing and Directing Curriculum-Based Telecomputing. Eugene, OR; International Society for Technology in Education.
Leu, D.J. & D.D. Leu. (2000).
Teaching with the Internet: Lessons from the Classroom. 3rd edition. Norwood, MA: Christopher-Gordon Publishers, Inc.
Marzano, R.J. (2000).
Transforming Classroom Grading. Alexandria, VA: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.
National Research Council (2000).
How People Learn: Brain, Mind, Experience, and School. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press.
Stronge, J.H. (2002).
Qualities of Effective Teachers. Alexandria, VA: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.
Wiggins, G. & J. McTighe. (1998).
Understanding by Design. Alexandria, VA: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.