Chapter 12- Technology and Literacy

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Chapter 12 Technology/ literacy  o work sheets o media literacy- teach students to get the information out, through website.  Understanding the medium and the way in which it will be received.  o ICT turning of learning toward a new balance balance old teaching with 21 st  century classroom reinvent teaching teacher directed vs learning centered pg 38 understand why they are learning certain subject  interact outside technology  Effective cooperation does not happen by chance Cannot be random choice Based on behavior, academic ability and personality Cannot be based on the assumption that all students possess good social and learning  skills. 
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Occurs when the essential components required for each cooperative activity ensured 
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Unformatted text preview: (teachers need to keep people on track and hold students accountable) Individual Education Plan (IEP) If the psychology testing determines the child has special needs they are given an IEP from school psychologist Legal document bound by law to follow a students IEP can be dismissed from your job Dictate to scribe (geoff)- have someone write for them Modified lesson plans- less spelling words Social skills Students must get to know and trust one another Students must communicate accurately and unambiguously (clear) Students must accept and support each other Students must resolve conflict constructively...
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  • Spring '13
  • Johnson
  • IEP, Individual Education Plan, balance old teaching

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