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Unformatted text preview: EDU2022 Section 005 F09 EDU2022 Section 005 F09 Wednesday 5:007:30pm Buzz 1430 Instructor: Mrs. Pam Storm
Education: BS and MS in Ed from EIU
Employment: Adjunct instructor EIU, 16th semester First through third grade Media Specialist, Carl Sandburg
School, Charleston Experience: Media Specialist (librarian) 28 years
Technology: Work with elementary children and teachers daily Provide tech support and technology training Written many technology grants Course Materials
Course Materials Syllabus and Calendar
Texts—Shelley/Cashman and Fewell/Gibbs
USB drive—bring to EVERY class
Web CT account working
Notebook–guidelines on syllabus
Instructor’s, textbook and other websites Tech proficiency by 10th day of semester How to get an A
How to get an A Attend the entire class. Complete assignments.
Avoid losing points for unexcused absences.
Avoid losing points for late assignments.
Read directions carefully.
Check grammar and spelling carefully.
Take notes on lectures.
Participate in discussions, ask questions, help others, be a teacher.
Chart your progress on back of calendar. Class Procedures
Class Procedures Bring calendar to note changes.
Bring USB drive to save files. (Alternatives: email to yourself or use web space to save.)
Bring Panther card or 7¢ per page to print. Attend to lectures, demonstrations, instructions. (NO email, web surfing, cell phones, chatting!)
Turn in all assignments to black folder when due.
Use constructivist model–we all are teachers, we all are learners, helping others is expected.
Take a short break if needed during “work” time. Lab Rules
Lab Rules No keyboarding, checking email, working on assignments, talking to others while the instructor or a classmate is speaking.
No food, drink, gum, candy in lab.
Print only necessary pages at your own expense.
Clean your area when you leave. Take USB drive–label with your name and phone. If left, check ITC.
Take all papers.
Return name tag.
Push in chair. ???
??? What are educational/instructional technologies? Educational Technologies
Educational Technologies Computer
Smartboard Software Internet DVDs/Tapes Audio files Email, web, ftp Movies CDs, downloads CDs/tapes Distance learning
Cell phones Why use technology?
Why use technology? Real world, needed for employment
Motivating, high interest, holds attention
Unique capabilities to link, collaborate
Supports instructional processes– cooperative learning, problem solving, interactive, higher level thinking skills
Increases teacher productivity–connect to information, create and modify materials Email
Email Email vs. snail mail
Advantages–speed, immediacy, cost, editable, print or delete, multiple recipients, read/reply when time
Disadvantages–no expression/inflection, spam/forwards, can be checked by service provider, addictive/wastes time, legal document
Educational uses: Communication teacher to teacher, student, administrator, parent
Transfer files via attachments
Keypals (penpals) Email Process
Email Process Compose a message in a mail program
Send via service provider (ISP) through cables or wirelessly (SMTP–Simple mail transfer protocol)
Router in your “domain” (IP #) keeps or sendsto the internet (like sorting mail by zip code)
On the internet, message is split into packets which may arrive via different routes (like letter pages sent in different envelopes)
Packets are picked up and reassembled when receiving router recognizes its domain
Kept in mailbox on server until you pick up
Reply and process repeats itself Email
Email Understanding addresses
Userid (user name) @ domain name (server/computer/stands for an IP address) firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org Word Processing
Word Processing Electronic typewriter
Create and save for later use or editing
Spell and grammar check capability
Format, cut, paste, duplicate text
Educational benefits to students No negatives except slow for younger students
Positives: more writing, better writing, better attitude toward writing, fewer errors ???
??? How many different educational uses can you think of for word processing? Educational Uses of WP
Educational Uses of WP Reports
Business cards Lists
Posters Word processing assignment
Word processing assignment
My name is P am Storm . I grew up in Strasburg,
Dieterich and Effingham, Illinois. I attended EIU from ?? to ??
My teaching career has been spent in school libraries in Polo (912), Homer (K-12) and Charleston (K-4 & 1-3). In the last 15
years or so, there has been an infusion of technology in the
library/media center which has greatly changed my job
description and teacher and student access to information.
My husband is chair of the Physics department at EIU. I have two
daughters, Sarah and Lara. Sarah lives in Port St. Lucie, FL and
works as a personal vacation planner for Carnival Cruise Line.
Lara lives in Carlisle, Pennsylvania and is an assistant professor of geology at Dickinson College this year. Assignments
Assignments EIU email account
Web CT account
USB drive to save files
Word processing assignment (tonight)
Email instructor (tonight)
First chapter report is due next week
Notebook for class materials ...
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