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Re: [Teacher-talkhswriters] Workshop 8

From: Pamela Chaney <pjchaney726_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sun, 10 Apr 2011 10:02:05 -0400

we are fortunate enough to have a Smaratboard. While I am still learning,
I have used it to write on like a chalk board. I think the students better
understand language and math skills because it is large, all can see and the
students participate while watching the demo.

On Thu, Apr 7, 2011 at 4:59 PM, <emmirg_at_aol.com> wrote:

> *Teacher Talk- April 7*
> * *
> Integrating technology in the classroom can be a challenge. I know
> preparing our students for writing in the 21st century is important but
> the barriers can slow the progress of the integration. Time, money, and
> equipment present hurdles that have to be overcome. As teachers we will need
> to think outside the box and create writing lessons that will improve the
> academic realm of writing as well as learning technology. The computer
> presents the most obvious choice for lessons. I developed a lesson that
> looked at email etiquette and then had students respond to a teacher
> generated office memo email. Students had to access the email account, read
> the memo, and then reply to the memo using the etiquette rules we had
> discussed. For many, this was a first experience using email.
>
> I liked the lesson and thought it was very worthwhile. The students were
> engaged in learning at each step. Nevertheless, I did discover that the
> lesson took much longer than I had anticipated and I will need to remember
> that as I begin to intertwine technology and writing in the class time that
> has been set up for writing instruction. Just another examination of the
> saying “ so much to do ….so little time….”
> * *
>
>
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-- 
Pamela Chaney
Lead Instructor
Coshocton County ABLE Program
740-295-7411
"In matters of style, swim with the current; in matters of principle, stand
like a rock."
Thomas Jefferson

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