Educational Technology 522
Google LitTrips Video Library
This course is designed with the International Society for Technology in Education NETS standards for adminstrators, teachers, and students.
Google Earth Lit Trips Overview
Grapes of Wrath Lit Trip (Part 1)
Grapes of Wrath Lit Trip (Part 2)
Create your own Lit Trip (Part 1)
Create your own Lit Trip (Part 2)
Burg, J. (2011, March 16). Google Lit Trips Video .MP4. Retrieved July 13, 2011, from YouTube istevideo's Channel: http://www.youtube.com/
Daubney, S. (2011). Elearning. Retrieved July 10, 2011, from Themza: http://www.themza.com/moodle/e-learning-portal-theme.html#
Reavy, K. (2008, June 13). Google Lit Trips Part 1 of 2 at Peninsula College. Retrieved July 13, 2011, from YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jPiiAqXKy3g&feature=related
Reavy, K. (2008, June 13). Google Lit Trips part 2 of 2 at Peninsula College. Retrieved July 13, 2011, from YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zY55CR8vslw&feature=related
Skerness. (2010, November 30). How to Create a Google Lit Trip Part 1. Retrieved July 13, 2011, from YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/
Skerness. (2010, December 3). How to Create a Google Lit Trip Part 2. Retrieved July 13, 2011, from YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/
This course is designed to encourage administrators, teachers, and support staff to understand the network infrastructure behind the instructional technology in classrooms and media centers.
Upon completion, participants will be able to trace the digital path of media downloaded from or uploaded to the World Wide Web, identify two different types of filtering, protection, and/or monitoring software, and describe how they will use at least two instructional technologies (other than computers) in their classroom.
Watch the video in the introduction link (Nesbitt 2007).
Following the introduction video, watch the ISTE video (ISTE, 2010)
Watch the Network Slide show in the link below. Forward any questions to the instructor's e-mail, or text to the number provided for immediate feedback.
Salmon River JSD 243 has up-to date technology for teacher and student use. Our district uses both wired and wireless devices. The Local Area Network/Wireless Local Area Network (LAN/WLAN) is connected to the Intenet via Metro Ethernet, giving the district a high speed bandwidth for our distance learning, classroom video instruction, and mobile device needs. All classrooms are equipped with projectors, student response pads, and interactive slates. Three wireless laptop carts (12 laptops each cart)are available for classrooms on reservation from the media center, and digital cameras and video cameras are available in the tech lab. Teachers can monitor student activity using LanSchool Software to ensure content objectives are met. Student Internet activity is filtered with WebSense software, and ESET protects the Network from virus and other malware attacks. The network is protected from outside attacks and unauthorized access using Active Directory, a firewall (Cisco ASA 5510), and user training. All staff network users are asked to complete the teacher survey and sign a Network Acceptable Use Policy after completing this lesson.
- From the World Wide Web to the Classroom and Back Again
- Web 2.0 Technologies
- Teacher Survey(The SouthCentral Instrument Library and Data Repository, 2005)
- Student Response Pads
- Mobile Device - iPads and/or Kindles
- Teacher Content Filter/Computer Monitoring System
ResourcesISTE. (2010, September 27). ISTE NETS Standards. Retrieved June 18, 2011, from ISTE: www.iste.org/standards.aspx
Nesbitt, B. J. (2007, November 28). A Vision of K-12 Students Today. Retrieved June 18, 2011, from You Tube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_A-ZVCjfWf8
The SouthCentral Instrument Library and Data Repository. (2005, October 17). Teacher Technology Survey. Retrieved June 17, 2011, from Insight: http://www.tcet.unt.edu/insight/ilib/tts/
Staff can work any place with internet connectivity
Provides structured, self-paced learning environment
Course information is easily updated