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Classroom Technology: Auditory Learners
These learners can benefit from technology in the classroom when they are able to access videos and podcasts that deal with the subjects they're studying.
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Web 2.0 Technology
This refers to social media. Students can use this technology to learn comfortably while editing, writing and manipulating content. It fosters collaboration and can help shy students.
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Classroom Technology
Classrooms integrate more and more of this to provide interactive learning. It supports skills students need to stay competitive and is heavily involved in most college courses.
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Re-Teaching Options: One-on-One Interventions
A method for re-teaching that is useful when you need to help an individual student who is distracted by group work or who is severely behind.
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Re-Teaching Options: Small Group Instruction
You can use this option for re-teaching if a few students have difficulty with a given subject. Students should work in groups of 2-6 in this type of instruction.
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Re-Teaching Options: Mini Lessons
These small lessons are used in re-teaching when a large number of your students demonstrate difficulty understanding a specific area of your instruction.
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Data-Driven Instruction: Components

Instruction

Assessment

Analysis

Re-Teaching

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Data
In education, we use this term to refer to information we gather about students. This information can deal with students on an individual basis or as collective groups.
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Formal Data
This educational data shows how well students did individually and as a group. It can be collected from projects, tests made by teachers, standardized tests and psycho-educational assessments.
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Informal Data
Data that can measure the progress of students quickly. Teachers might use student-teacher conferences, student journals or group discussions in class to obtain this data.
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Classroom Tools: Materials
The supplies and other objects that teachers use during their instruction. This may include books, technology and other items.
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Classroom Tools: Formative Assessments
Assessment tools used throughout the school year that can indicate when students need re-teaching. These can include notes, observations on students and quizzes.
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Classroom Tools: Screening Assessments
Tools that teachers can use at the beginning of the year learn about student performance for planning groups and directing teaching.
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Classroom Tools: Grouping
Teachers use this tool to put different students together during class time to improve learning opportunities.
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Classroom Tools: Time
A classroom tool that teachers use when they work to keep instruction balanced with chances for students to apply discovery learning. This involves maintaining a consistent teaching schedule.
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You can review how classroom technologies can be used for student resources and as instructional tools with the flashcards in this set. Web 2.0 technology, clickers, tablets, interactive whiteboards and visual display technologies will be covered. You'll be able to focus on blended learning and the different models for this kind of education that teachers can use. Data-driven instruction, formal data and informal data will also be reviewed by this set of cards.

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Classroom Tools: Time
A classroom tool that teachers use when they work to keep instruction balanced with chances for students to apply discovery learning. This involves maintaining a consistent teaching schedule.
Classroom Tools: Grouping
Teachers use this tool to put different students together during class time to improve learning opportunities.
Classroom Tools: Screening Assessments
Tools that teachers can use at the beginning of the year learn about student performance for planning groups and directing teaching.
Classroom Tools: Formative Assessments
Assessment tools used throughout the school year that can indicate when students need re-teaching. These can include notes, observations on students and quizzes.
Classroom Tools: Materials
The supplies and other objects that teachers use during their instruction. This may include books, technology and other items.
Informal Data
Data that can measure the progress of students quickly. Teachers might use student-teacher conferences, student journals or group discussions in class to obtain this data.
Formal Data
This educational data shows how well students did individually and as a group. It can be collected from projects, tests made by teachers, standardized tests and psycho-educational assessments.
Data
In education, we use this term to refer to information we gather about students. This information can deal with students on an individual basis or as collective groups.
Data-Driven Instruction: Components

Instruction

Assessment

Analysis

Re-Teaching

Re-Teaching Options: Mini Lessons
These small lessons are used in re-teaching when a large number of your students demonstrate difficulty understanding a specific area of your instruction.
Re-Teaching Options: Small Group Instruction
You can use this option for re-teaching if a few students have difficulty with a given subject. Students should work in groups of 2-6 in this type of instruction.
Re-Teaching Options: One-on-One Interventions
A method for re-teaching that is useful when you need to help an individual student who is distracted by group work or who is severely behind.
Classroom Technology
Classrooms integrate more and more of this to provide interactive learning. It supports skills students need to stay competitive and is heavily involved in most college courses.
Web 2.0 Technology
This refers to social media. Students can use this technology to learn comfortably while editing, writing and manipulating content. It fosters collaboration and can help shy students.
Classroom Technology: Auditory Learners
These learners can benefit from technology in the classroom when they are able to access videos and podcasts that deal with the subjects they're studying.
Classroom Technology: Visual Learners
Teachers can use technology such as visual display technologies (VDTs) to help these learners.
Classroom Technology: Tactile-kinesthetic Learners
Hands-on technology, such as a mouse, can help individuals with this learning style.
Visual Display Technologies (VDTs): Examples

PowerPoint presentations

Software to edit photos or videos

Interactive whiteboards

Blended Learning Models: Rotational Model
Teachers using this model move students through a variety of learning activities, including instruction that's delivered online.
Blended Learning Models: Flipped Classroom
This kind of classroom is a specific kind of rotational model. Students take part in activities online before they come to class in this model.
Blended Learning Models: Flex Model
A classroom model that allows students to work online in the classroom. Teachers remain available to help students if they require assistance.
Blended Learning Models: A La Carte Model
In this blended learning model, students receive most instruction on a face-to-face basis, but can complete a few courses online.
Blended Learning Models: Enriched Virtual Model
In a class using this learning model, most work is completed online with some in-person classes included as well.
Blended Learning
A type of personalized instruction that provides students with a mix of online instruction and in-person classes. This may be supported by blogs, discussion boards and screencast instruction.
Classroom Technology: Instructional Tools
One of the two main categories of classroom technologies. These help provide instruction. Examples include interactive whiteboards, computers and document cameras.
Classroom Technology: Student Resources
This represents one of the two categories we use to group classroom technologies. Students make use of these technological tools.
Educational Technology
We use this term when talking about any technological tool that is used for the instruction of students.
Classroom Technology: Tablets
A technological tool that can hold books and games for students to use. These often allow students to take notes and to complete tests.
Classroom Technology: Interactive Whiteboards (IW)
Teachers can use these tools to provide interactive instruction. They possess large screens and usually come with digital writing tools.
Classroom Technology: Clickers
This technological tool allows students to answer a teacher's question or to provide their opinion.
Classroom Technology: Apps
These are games or other tools that students can download onto their tablets.

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