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COMPUTERS AND TECHNOLOGY FOR EDUCATORS

CTGE 5910-012
with
Ted Nellen
Room 304
Scholars' Work
Roster

NECC 2004 in New Orleans

Former Classes
5912 2001
5912 2002
5910 2003
5912 summer 2003
5912 fall 2003

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Readings:

Reading Too Much Into the Need for Reading Instruction
Kozol Criticizes Retreat from Brown Decision

Class Dates: May 19, 24, 26, June 2, 7, 9, 14, 16, 21, 23


Class 1: 5/19

EXPECTATIONS:

Midterm due: Class 6 6/9.
Your WebPage where you will provide resources for your scholars and post your webquest.
Your WebQuest When you view the webquests, look at all grade levels besides yours for webquests to use in your classroom. Here are some MORE WebQuests.

EVALUATION Rubric

Beginning:
  • What are your Favorite Websites?
  • How do you use the Internet?
  • MISSION: The practice of scholarship: Make it Public (webpages), Engage in Peer Review, Pass it on.
    ITHS
    MBHS
    Work of former Fordham classes
  • CyberLibrary Mining and harvesting the NET.
  • Resources for Teachers.

    READ: Become familiar with this site as we will be using these readings for justification, edification, and discussion. Pay particular attention to the Theory link and the theories. We will start here.


    Class 2: 5/24

    Did you find any webquests for your classes?

    Mining the Net, Resources and tutorials.

    Search engines are the main tools that Internet browsers use to help you find information and narrow down your searches. For each search you are likely to get not only TOO MUCH information but the *wrong* kind too. Don't rely on just one search engine, learn to use a few.

  • A WebQuest about search tools. use this to help guide you in the readings that follow.
  • Modules of Instruction on search engines and some.
    Search 1
    Search 2
    Search 3
  • Evaluating Web Resources
  • Reviews of Search Engines from the Search Page
  • Lists of Search Engines and tutorials.
    Begin collecting online resources to augment and complement your class work.

  • Explore The Cybrary

    Read


    Class 3: 5/26

  • Your WebQuest When you view the webquests, look at all grade levels besides yours for webquests to use in your classroom. Here are some MORE WebQuests.
  • Did you find any webquests for your classes?

  • Web Presence: Use this for webpages and webquest: Teacherweb.com
    Ted Nellen
    Update

  • Midterm due: Class 6 6/9
    Create a Powerpoint slide show that explores your take on the THEORY readings you have been doing.
    Powerpoint sample and Tutorials etc (the caveats)

  • I found this site that might be of interest to many. Check it out, register, it is free.

    Read


    Class 4: 6/2
  • What webquests have you used?
  • Begin preparing ideas for your WebQuest.
  • Look at Webquests in Matrix and determine what your Webquest will be.

  • How is your webpage progressing?
    Have you made it public to parents?
    Are students using it?

    Read


    Class 5: 6/7

    The Community

    On Becoming a Netizen
    References

    Assessment

    Authentic:
  • Read about Rubric use and building.
  • Find links about Rubrics
  • Using Tables to create a rubric.
  • Authentic Assessment
    Other
  • NYState Standards and more.
    Edusolution

    Read


    Class 6: 6/9

  • MIDTERM PowerPoint Presentations.
  • Peer Review

  • Engage in Peer Review
  • Outline of Webquest should be in place on your webpage as webquest.html.

    Read


    Class 7: 6/14

  • TeachersfirstLabtime

    Read


    Class 8: 6/16

  • Labtime for Webquest and webpage.

    Read


    Class 9: 6/21

  • Assessment
  • Ethics et al
  • Teachersfirst
  • LabTime for completion of Webquest and WepPage

    Read


    Class 10: 6/23

  • Presentations!!
  • Own Your Own Space: On this page (scroll down to webhosts), you will find some good possibilities.