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ADM - EEJ - 601 - Flujos de Trabajo - Parte I / Profesor (Inglés): Temario

Welcome!

Hello and welcome to Teacher Workflow on Mobile Devices. This module and the others like it have been created to give you a self-paced introduction to a variety of topics related to learning and teaching on mobile devices.

Each module is composed of the following sections:

Overview - description of the main ideas within the module, the driving objectives, and the essential questions

Investigation - curated pathway for learning about your module’s topics complete with explanations, links and ideas for learning

Application & Discussions - You’ll complete a specific activity related to the module topic that asks you to put your learning into action, and a link to posting and sharing your learning for deeper discussion.

Further Investigation - If the initial Investigation was dipping your toe in the learning, this section gives you a chance to dive in, explore things more deeply, and provide yourself with an archive of resources for shifting your practice.

If you need help at any point during the module, the SVVSD Instructional Technology Coordinators are always here to help you. Should you run into a hiccup, send an email to itc-team-group@svvsd.org, and we’ll be happy to help.

 

Module Overview

Objective: Teachers will be able to confidently manage and create a professional mobile workflow.  

Essential Questions:

  • Why is creating a mobile workflow important? 
  • What does a mobile workflow look like and how will it shift and impove my practices?
  • How are others using mobile deivces to make their teaching workflow more efficient?
  • How can I begin to thoughtfully alter my workflow to take advantage of the affordances of this device? 

Vocabulary: 

  • Mobile Devices:  A portable electronic device that connects to the internet enabling the user to perform computing tasks.
  • Connected Educator: A connected educator holds the beliefs that educational opportunities should be accessible to all students, learning commuities thrive when there is full participation of all members and that learning has meaning when it is embedded in the social fabric and cultural identity of the group.  

How does this module align with Tier 1 and the Teaching & Learning Cycle?

  • Formative and summative assessment: Developing a mobile workflow will enable teachers to get formative and summative assessments more quickly and increase their ability to provide timely feedback and adjust lesson plans accordingly.  
  • Instruction: A mobile workflow will enable teachers to provide instruction that is available beyond the classroom thus extending student learning time and facilitating content review.  
  • Intervention: A mobile workflow allows teacher to easily differentiate instruction and provide academic support in a confidential and timely manner. 

How does this module align with Colorado Teacher Quality Standards? 

This module aligns with Quality Standard III because it enables the teacher to use technology in an appropriate way that will enhance instruction and student learning.  

  • Quality Standard III - Teachers plan and deliver effective instruction and create an environment facilitates learning for their students 
    • Element D: Teacher thoughtfully integrate and utilize appropriate available technology in their instruction to maximize student learning.  

 

Investigation

Please click on the picture to enter the Module Investigation 

Application and Discussion

After reviewing the Investigation in this module, please complete the following application.  When you have finished the application activity go to the Application Discussion Forum to post your creations and reflect upon what you have learned about mobile workflow.  

Further Investigation

Videos:
Connected Educators - Getting Going with Mobile Devices: Workflow, Organziation, and Fundamentals: An hour long Webinar sponsored by Connected Learning.  In this video various educators discuss first steps and tips for a teacher when starting to work with mobile devices in the classroom. Connected Learning is a non-profit organization that looks at the impact of digital media on teaching and learning.  Click here to see a list of participants. 
EdTech Teacher - Evernote on the iPad: A video tutorial showing users how to use Evernote in a classroom workflow.  It highlights how students can submit work from their iPad via Evernote.   

Articles
Edudemic - A Modern iPad Workflow for Students and Teachers: This article provides a great visual to help teachers think through all the components of a mobile workflow including apps, devices and people.  
Emerging EdTech - Study Finds Benefits in Use of iPad as an Educational Tool: This article summarizes the findings from a study done in Longfield Academy in Kent England about the the implementation of a 1:1 iPad program.  

Google Drive Resources: 
Google Drive - Help Menu: This resource, created by Google, is a comprehensive table of contents to provide help on many topics within Google Drive. 
Google Drive - Share & Collaborate: This resource, created by Google, walks users through the ways to share and collaborate on Google Drive. 
Google Drive - View & Upload:This resource, created by Google, helps users view and upload files on their mobile devices. 
Google Drive App: This resource, created by Google, highlights the ways in which you can use the Google Drive App on your iOS mobile device. 

This short YouTube video shows users how to transfer work from Keynote and Pages into Google Drive.

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