NESA 2013 Session B Tech Integration Successes and Failures
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High engagement - student focus, energy, collaboration, sharingThe teacher's inexperience in using technology as we navigate our own learning curves
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Skills that transfer across the curriculums - mini project management in order to accomplish something - planning is keyTechnical malfunctions - software, hardware, support
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Comfortable success for student and teachersFear of failure--teachers don't like the uncomforatable feeling that we don't know it all and that we can't answer all of the questions.
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Students need to make connections - personal connectionsLoss of time due to all of the above. Class time is precious.
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Students feel achievement, proud of accomplishments and productOrganizational malfunctions--you set it up wrong in terms of groups, for example
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Lots of front end planning - by teacher and tech integratorsPseudo-use of technology. Teacher uses tech, but it's not real application of tech possibilities.
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Student driven students always motivated and wanting to return and work again: Student AgencyWhen you are in the middle of a presentation and you want to add something in, but you can't find the file you are looking for
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Technology was glitch free that day - infrastructure held up for that lessonConnectivity. Some parts of the world make things difficult...bandwidth, things are blocked...
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Student learning lifted to another level: initiating questions, the importance of questioning and going beyond the intended lesson.Absolutely necessary--helpful as you go forward--failure leads you to better things; students sometimes have better ideas
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Great opportunity for performance assessment - an authentic task that can be evaluated - "real world"
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