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Starlena Horner

Professor Nora May


ET 247

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April 1, 2016

Technology Integration Matrix Story-telling (Video creation)


Colorado Academic
Standards

ISTE
Standards
for
Teachers

ISTE
Standards
for Students

Blooms
Taxonomy

Mathematics
1. Number Sense,
Properties, and
Operations
2. Patterns, Functions,
and Algebraic
Structures
3. Analysis, Statistics,
and Probability

4. Shape, Dimension,
and Geometric
Relationships

Students will use an


animation app
called flipaclip to
show a graph being
created. The app
will look like a
digital flip book
when finished.
Standard 1.
Creativity and
Innovation c) Use
models and
simulations to
explore complex
systems and issues.
Teacher will show
the short (3 min)
digital story, A
Day without Math.
1

Then the teacher


will assign

Standard: Analyze
and create
Explantion: Students
will analyze data and
then create a digital
representation of the
information on an
animation app.

Standard: Apply
Explanation: Teacher
will have students
watch a digital story
and ask them to apply
it to their own lives.

Constructivism

Student Use

Flipped
Classroom

students to
document what a
day in their own
life would be like
without math.
Standard 3.
Model digital age
work and learning
B) Collaborate
with students,
peers, parents,
and community
members using
digital tools and
resources to
support student
success and
innovation

Reading, Writing, and Communicating


Students will
memorize and then
record themselves
reciting a poem.
Standard 6.
Technology
operations and
concepts. a)
Understand and use
technology systems.

1. Oral Expression and


Listening

2. Reading for All


Purposes
3. Writing and
Composition

Teacher will show


students a short
video example of
a single image
story. Teacher will
then model a
story from a
personal or
classroom image.
Standard: 1.
Facilitate and
inspire student
learning and
creativity.
a Promote,
support, and
model creative
and innovative

Standard:
Remembering
Explanaton:
Students will reread
poem many times
(increasing fluency)
until they memorize it.

Standard Creating
Explanation: The
teacher will give an
example of a single
image story by
making one to share
with students (a
teacher encourages
writing in students by
doing it too)

thinking and
inventiveness.

4. Research and
Reasoning
Social Studies
1. History

2. Geography

Teacher will create


a storybird story
of a historical
event to teach.
Teacher will end
the story about
half way through
and have students
help finish it
during whole
group work.
Standard: 1.
Facilitate and
inspire student
learning and
creativity.
a Promote,
support, and
model creative
and innovative
thinking and
inventiveness.

Standard: Creating
Explanation: The
teacher will show
historical events and
in a story format with
illustrations. The
teacher will have
students help to finish
the historically
accurate story.

Students will create


a digital map of
locations of a
studied area. For
example a student
will plot the route of
the first railroad.
Students will use a
web page called
map skip 2
Standard: 3.
Research and
information fluency
d Process data and
report results.

Standard: Analyze
Students will evaluate
historical events and
plot them on a map.
Students analyze and
organize the
information.

3. Economics
4. Civics
Science
2

1. Physical Science

2. Life Science

Teacher will show


some animations
about
earthquakes from
the United States
Geological Survey
web page. 3
Teacher will then
encourage
children to explore
other web pages.
Then after
students have
explored class will
answer questions
together about
earthquake facts.
Standard:1.
Facilitate and
inspire student
learning and
creativity.
b. Engage
students in
exploring realworld issues and
solving authentic
problems using
digital tools
resources.

Standard:
Evaluating
Teachers will evaluate
the information
presented in the
animation then
explain and discuss
what it illustrates with
students.

Students will take


daily pictures of a
bud on a tree. At
the end of the unit
(2 weeks to 1
month) students will
use put pictures
together in a time
lapse effect creating
a movie of a the
bud opening.
Standard: 3.
Research and
information fluency
d. Process data and
report results.

Standard: Creating
Students will create
an artistic
representation of a
scientific concept the
blossoming of a plant.

3. Earth Systems
Science
Differentiation
3

Learning Disabilities EEOs


Physical Disabilities

Gifted/ Talented

Students will be
asked to record or
have someone
record any
interpretation of
poem. For
example:
Students may use
sign or art to show
their expression of
a poem during
poetry unit.
Standard:1
Facilitate and
inspire student
learning and
creativity.
a. Promote,
support, and
model creative
and innovative
thinking and
inventiveness.

Standard: Create
Students will create a
recording of a
memorized poem.
Students may choose
to represent their
poems in different
way.

Students will
produce/direct a
group project of an
interpretation of a
traditional folk story.
Students will be
encouraged to think
creatively about a
new interpretation
of a folk story.
Standard: 1.
Creativity and
innovation
a. Apply existing
knowledge to
generate new idea,
products, or
processes.

Standard: Create
Students will create a
group project of an
interpretation of a
traditional story.

Other
Reflection:
I think it is so important to help students think of themselves as writers and creators and what a better way than through storytelling. I love the idea of having a classroom authors corner and including childrens digital stories allows for easier access. These

classroom authors will be able to share their creativity and also what they learned. I think that through creating students also
develop a deeper understanding of the content.
Oral story-telling has been a part of my entire life and I want to take that part of myself into a classroom and this idea allowed me
to begin to think about a way to integrate traditional story-telling into a modern classroom. I think the format of story-telling in
itself helps students to connect with the information as well as add an emotional investment that carries the comprehension.
Then adding the element of technology makes the information new, exciting and thus more relevant to students.
http://digitalstorytelling.coe.uh.edu/view_story.cfm?vid=93&categoryid=6&d_title=Mathematics
http://www.mapskip.com/
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http://earthquake.usgs.gov/learn/animations/
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