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Stage 1 Desired Results
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Standards:Transfer
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Students will be able to independently use their learning to... By the end of today's workshop you will be able to use a new tool to improve student learning and teach other professional educators about your idea.
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Meaning
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UNDERSTANDINGSESSENTIAL QUESTIONS
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Students will understand that...
-Technology engages, levels the playing field, and can be empowering
-technology is just "another" way to get students excited and involved (not the only way or always the "best" way)
-Not every/any tool is the right tool
Students will explore and address these recurring questions...
-What tool is the best option for the activity?
-Why am I using this technology?
-How can I use a tool to improve student learning?
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Acquisition
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Students will know...
-an alternative way to make literacy interactive (MBC/other tech tools)
-the features of MBC/other tech tools
-how to locate information on best practices/comparisons/ideas
-different features on MBC/other tech tools are best used in certain ways
-how to differentiate or engage certain students with the use of the tech tools

Students will be skilled at...
-Asking why, what, and how when considering a tech tool
-Searching Google/social media and collaborating for reviews, ideas of tools
-navigating through MBC (logging in, setting up a group), or alternative tool
-Brainstorming MBC features/other tools and best uses for different purposes (small group, whole group, individuals)
-Choosing feature that best fits learning need

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Stage 2 - Evidence
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Evaluative CriteriaAssessment Evidence
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PERFORMANCE TASK(S):
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Teachers will create a short presentation using an MBC feature or alternative tech tool to share their learning with other teachers at their buidling (educreations, vimeo, adobevoice, telegami)
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OTHER EVIDENCE:
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Stage 3 - Learning Plan
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Summary of Key Learning Events and Instruction
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1. Introduction/mission (haikudeck https://www.haikudeck.com/p/FHWnuba7Yg/librarian-on-a-mission)

2. Relationships
-padlet http://padlet.com/jessica_homan/interactivelit
-MBC (have them pair up, high/low for support) and non MBC (pair up high/low for support)-arrange padlet that way
-groups create/share ways they have used technology in literacy (chart paper T chart tech tool/literacy routine)
-Have both groups share T-chart
-Learn anything new?
-Have participants talk about literacy routines, What routine are students least engaged? What part of their day with literacy is the hardest and why?

3. Personal Learning (facilitate)
Get MBC group set up/Get non MBC group investigating options
-Possibly regroup by needs for instruction
-Start working, investigating, playing, creating

4. Leadership/growth
-Decide on a tool to share learning (vimeo, educreations, iMovie, ScreenCast, AdobeVoice, Telegami)
-Begin work on presentation
-presentations (collect on smore, drive?)


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