Every student will design a lesson that demonstrates effective integration of technology with instructional goals. This will appear at the top of your portfolio. So make a great first impression showing what you can do with instructional technology!
Your post and your lesson are due by Monday April 18th.
- Students should incorporate one or more digital tools that demonstrate how to effectively integrate technology into a learning experience.
- You can use a tool we have worked with or another edtech tool you like.
- Students should create new content (not reuse an old post).
- Your goal is good alignment between the technology and the learning experience.
- The audience for your lesson could be your typical students or it could be designed as an “adult PD” as if delivered to peers.
Students should prepare a WordPress post (due on your due Sunday April 17th) that explains your instructional goals and how they are supported / enhanced by the technology. Be sure your post includes:
- Title and featured image
- Target student group for lesson – grade level or subject
- Instructions for students or guide for other teachers to use
- instructional goal (what do you want students to know or be able to do)
- an explanation of how the technology you used supports instructional goal
Examples of final projects
Begin with your instructional goal – then think about a good tech tool to achieve it
Goal: provide resources for students while out of school
Tool: create a Google site that delivers content
Goal: to better target instruction
Tool: Use a series of Google forms a pre-assessments
Goal: students work in team to map the community
Tool: MyMaps for students to collect and share content
Goal: Showcase student work with parents
Tool: Have students use photos and narrations to showcase three pieces in a Adobe Video