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					Chapter Three
                       ISTE NETS-T
Facilitate and Inspire Student Learning and Creativity
Teachers use their knowledge of subject matter,
    teaching and learning, and technology to facilitate
    experiences that advance student learning,
    creativity, and innovation in both face-to-face and
    virtual environments. Teachers:
a. promote, support, and model creative and innovative
    thinking and inventiveness
b. engage students in exploring real-world issues and
    solving authentic problems using digital tools and
Reflect on Prior Knowledge

• What is creative thinking? How do you
  know when you have been creative? How
  can technology support creative thinking?
• Consider what “authentic” instruction
  might look like. Other names for this type
  of instruction may be engaged learning,
  learning by design, or learner-centered
  instruction. How can technology support
  this type of instruction?
Creative Thinking
Types of Creative Thinking
       •   Convergent Thinking
       •   Innovation
       •   Critical Thinking
       •   Inductive Thinking
       •   Deductive Thinking
            Apply to Practice
Supporting creative thinking with technology
1.Describe one example of student technology
2.Describe the technology and the specific type
  of thinking skill that was addressed.
3.If the technology was not used to promote
  creative thinking, can you make suggestions
  for how to modify the activity to encourage
  creative thinking?
Authentic Instruction
Authentic Instruction

• Learner autonomy
• Active learning
• Anchored by activities that are
  – Holistic
  – Complex
  – Challenging
           GAME Plan
Types of authentic instruction
• Set goals: Choose one of the types of authentic
  instruction mentioned in the chapter .
• Take action: Locate more information about the
• Monitor: Consider to what extent the
  components of authentic instruction are
• Evaluate and Extend: Would you use this type
  of authentic instruction in your classroom?
    Learner Autonomy
Authentic instruction provides for, and
  builds on, learner autonomy.
• Topics of interest and relevance
• Use of technology
• Engage learners as researchers
• Self-directed learning
• Scaffold learning
        Active Learning
Authentic instruction is based on active,
  experiential learning.
• Mentally active
• Technology supports learning-by-doing
• Manipulate information
• Simulate real-world problems, situations, and
• Access to people, resources, locations
• Accompanied by reflection and articulation
  Holistic Activities
Authentic instruction is holistic.
• Meaningful context
• Technology can
   – Situate learning within real contexts
   – Make connections across content areas
Complex Activities
  Authentic instruction incorporates
    real-world and complex problems.
  • Authentic intellectual work
    – Construction of knowledge
    – Disciplined inquiry
    – Value beyond school
   Challenging Activities
Authentic instruction is challenging.
• Technology can
  – Initiate challenge
  – Promote and support student understanding
  – Address learner needs at different levels
                Apply to Practice
Authentic instructional strategies and technologies
1. Identify a learning objective and one of the methods of
   authentic instruction.
2. Describe a lesson activity that incorporates the specific
   method you have selected.
3. Describe specific ways that technologies could be used to
   support the successful implementation of your strategy.
4. Solicit feedback from your peers and share your ideas on
   their lesson activities.
Directed Instruction in
Support of Authentic
     Directed Instruction
1. Curriculum is broken down and ordered
2. Clear objectives
3. Connect learning with prior knowledge
4. Practice
5. Develop responsibility and
6. Feedback
Using Technology to Support Directed
      •   Tutorials
      •   Videos and animations
      •   Drill-and-practice software
      •   Monitoring student understanding
          – Questioning and feedback
          – Personal response systems
          – Computer-generated tests
          – Presentations and portfolios
            Apply to Practice
Directed instructional strategies and
• Identify and describe when directed
  instruction can and should be incorporated.
• What technologies can support directed
  instruction in your area of study?
Facilitating Creative Thinking
   while Meeting Content
               GAME Plan
Identifying content standards
• Set goals: Learn more about the content
  standards you may be required to meet when
  you teach.
• Take action: Find out if there is a national
  organization whose content standards you
  must meet.
• Monitor: Are you locating the standards you
• Evaluate and Extend: Compare the content
  standards you found with those located by
  other students who plan to teach in a similar
          Content Standards
• Objectives
  – Knowledge
  – Skills
           Apply to Practice
Lesson plans and content standards
1.Explore teacher or school websites
2.Summarize your likes and dislikes
3.Share with others
4.Describe how this might impact your own
  website design.
Evaluate Your Learning
• Did you meet your learning goals?
• What new skills or knowledge were addressed
  in this chapter?
• What do you still need to do to meet your
  learning goals?
• What learning strategies worked best for you?
            Your Portfolio
1. Reflect on how technology can be used to
   develop students’ creative thinking skills.
2. Describe a lesson in which you incorporate the
   principles of authentic instruction.

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