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Multiple Representations of Understanding through Digital Media 



Presentation from the 2009 Tennessee Educational Technology Conference

 

 
 
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Slide 1: Multiple Representations of Knowledge through Digital Media clifmims.com
Slide 2: As you enter... Consider the following (individually or with neighbors): 1.How do your currently assess student mastery/knowledge? Is their much variety? 2.How do you integrate technology into your classroom? Do you integrate technology with assessment?
Slide 3: Instructional Design and Technology Certificate Technology Integration Graduate Degrees Library Sciences Program Instructional Design & Technology idt.memphis.edu
Slide 4: All materials are available online at clifmims.com/presentations.
Slide 5: Do You Plurk? Meet some of the EduPlurkers. plurk.com/clifmims
Slide 6: Opening Discussion A. How do your currently assess student mastery/knowledge? B. Is their much variety? C. How do you integrate technology into your classroom? D. Do you integrate technology with assessment?
Slide 7: Reggie
Slide 8: Examples • • • • • Website (IDT 7078 Posterous) Cartoons (Visual History of the Field) Video (Twelfth Knight) Digital Posters (Glogster EDU) Your examples…
Slide 9: Related Resources The following workshop resources may be helpful. •Multiple Representations of Mathematics Maste •Multiple Representations of Language Arts Mas
Slide 10: Follow-up Discussion • Discuss using these kinds of activities in the classroom. – Are there any benefits? – Are there any disadvantages? – How realistic would this be in your teaching situation? – How do you think the students would react to being assessed with these kinds of strategies?
Slide 11: Handing It In Submit one activity from the station that you think best represents your understanding of these geometry terms to be graded. What would you submit?
Slide 12: Another Option You could complete one of these representations (pennies) for this unit. Then use a different one (digital camera) for the next.
Slide 13: Extension Discussion Let’s brainstorm some other strategies for allowing students to represent their ideas through multiple modes.
Slide 14: Other Possible Strategies • • • • • • • • • • Audio Video Drama Clay or Playdough Geometry Notebooks Geometry Scavenger Hunt Geometry Hike Presentations (perhaps in lower grades) Art Collage Create a Game
Slide 15: Teacher Resources All materials from today as well as many other teacher resources are available at clifmims.com/presentations.
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