Snap2B: We’re 1:1, Now What? Maximizing Student Learning in 1:1 Environments
Location: W187c, Table 2
Listen and learn : Snapshot
Wednesday, June 27, 1:30–2:30 pm
Location: W187c, Table 2
Cheryl McClure Tamara Truax
This session will focus on effectively orchestrating student learning, collaboration and communication within a digital environment with Microsoft OneNote Class Notebooks, digital curriculum resources and ClassPolicy. Learn to digitally orchestrate lessons, collaborative projects and student workflow with 1:1 student devices.
|Attendee devices:||Devices useful|
|Attendee device specification:||Laptop: Chromebook, Mac, PC
|Participant accounts, software and other materials:||Access to Microsoft OneNote is helpful, but not needed during the session.|
|Focus:||Digital age teaching & learning|
|Topic:||BYOD/1:1 instructional programs|
|ISTE Standards:||For Educators:
Studies show that technology isn't a silver bullet. Placing a laptop into students' hands will not magically create deeper learning and foster 21st century skills. The purpose of this session to explore how teachers can orchestrate the learning environment to promote responsible technology use and use Microsoft OneNote Class Notebooks and ClassPolicy to design and manage rich academic experiences for their students while supporting students in building the skills and habits needed to take responsibility for their own learning.
A taste of a day in the life of a teacher and student in a 1:1 environment:
• A variety of ways for teachers to set up their OneNote Class Notebook
• A variety of ways to use OneNote to deliver rich, multimedia academic content and projects
• How teachers can "distribute" pages, sections, and section groups out to student notebooks
• How to use OneNote Class Notebooks in Microsoft Teams
• How to manage student groups in the Collaboration Space using ClassPolicy or "Manage Notebooks."
• How students utilize and experience the Class Notebooks
• Using ClassPolicy to orchestrate student use of programs and teach them responsible technology use
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ASCD. “Research Says... / One-to-One Laptop Programs Are No Silver Bullet.” Educational Leadership:Teaching Screenagers:One-to-One Laptop Programs Are No Silver Bullet, Feb. 2011, www.ascd.org/publications/educational_leadership/feb11/vol68/num05/One-to-One_Laptop_Programs_Are_No_Silver_Bullet.aspx. Accessed 29 Sept. 2017.
Cheryl is a science teacher in the Bellevue, WA. She is totally geeky about science education, technology, soccer, and sailing. She is passionate about incorporating computational thinking, real world science connections, and utilizing technology to assist the “ah-ha” moment of discovery and understanding with students. She is active as a Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert, Flipgrid Ambassador, and a mentor teacher in the Partnership for Ambitious Science Teacher Leaders.
Tamara is a human geography teacher who is passionate about empowering global citizens for a sustainable future. It's all about igniting student wonder, nurturing critical thinking, facilitating collaboration, connecting them to the world, amplifying their voices, and unleashing their potential to create the world they want. I believe in the power of EdTech to make it happen :D Model U.N. Advisor, Green Team Advisor, NBCT, Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert, TeachSDGs Champion, Sustainability Ambassadors Water Fellow, Flipgrid Ambassador, Surface Master Trainer. Bellevue School District, WA.