The candidate will choose two of the tools referenced on the technology tools chart to create two resources to match a subject of their choice. Elementary and Special Education candidates must choose one of the four core areas: math, reading, social science, or science. Secondary candidates may use the subject they are pursuing. The candidate will create one activity and one assessments to be used in instruction on the content topic of choice.
The candidate will choose two of the tools referenced on the technology tools chart to create two resources to match a subject of their choice. Elementary and Special Education candidates must choose
EDUC 201 How to Take a Screenshot Mac: Full screen: Press Screen portion: Press  then drag a box with your cursor over the area. For either option, the image file will save on your desktop. PC: First option:- Go to the Start Menu.- Under All Programs, type “Snipping Tool” in the search engine.- Open the program.- Over the document or screen, drag the cursor so that the portion needed is in the box.- A screenshot will pop up- Save the screenshot by clicking the disk on the top left. Second option:- Make sure you have the screen open that needs to have a screenshot- Click Print Screen (Prt sc) button at the top of your keyboard.   You won’t see anything happen, but the computer has copied your screen.- Open up a document and click ctrl + V- The picture of the screen will paste into the document. 
The candidate will choose two of the tools referenced on the technology tools chart to create two resources to match a subject of their choice. Elementary and Special Education candidates must choose
EDUC 201 Student Name Subject Topic ISTE Standard https://www.iste.org/standards/for-educators (Include standard number and full, written standard.) Technology Tool #1 Learning Activity or Assessment Activity Link to Resource Screenshots of Resource How will you use the learning/assessment activity in the classroom? (3-5 sentences) Technology Tool #2 Learning Activity or Assessment Activity Link to Resource Screenshots of Resource How will you use the learning/assessment activity in the classroom? (3-5 sentences) Technology Application Project Chart
The candidate will choose two of the tools referenced on the technology tools chart to create two resources to match a subject of their choice. Elementary and Special Education candidates must choose
EDUC 201 Technology Application Project Instructions Overview: As a future educator, you will have the opportunity to create engaging lessons and assessments for your students. You have learned throughout this course about a variety of tools, apps, and software that can be used to support technology integration in the classroom for teaching, learning, research and communication. Technology can be a great platform to engage your students! For this assignment, you will have the opportunity to build one teaching activity and one assessment activity using two tools, apps, or software of your choice. This is where you get to take something you have learned about in this course and apply the knowledge to your future classroom in a fun, engaging way! The only thing that will limit you is your imagination! Instructions: In order to be successful on this assignment, you will need to plan, create, and reflect on what technology resource you are going to use to cover your learning activity and assessment activity! Use this guide to assist you in completing this assignment. Plan for the learning activity and assessment activity: What subject (math, science, social science, or reading for Elementary and Special Education candidates) would I like to address in my learning activity and assessment? You must use the same subject for both the learning activity and assessment. (Seconary candidates should choose an area in their licensure area.) What topic would I like to cover in that subject for my learning activity and assessment? If you select math, you might select fractions as your topic. If you pick science, you might select the weather as your topic. You must use the same topic for both the learning activity and assessment. Research your subject and topic to help determine what you are going to cover in your learning activity. Do the same for your assessment activity. Locate at least one ISTE standard that supports your educational choices. Include the full written standard and standard number on your chart. (https://www.iste.org/standards/for-educators) What technology tool (app or software) do you want to use to cover this topic and subject for your learning activity? What different technology tool (app or software) do you want to use to cover this topic and subject for your assessment activity? You need to confirm that the tools you’ve chosen allow you to create the learning activity and assessment. You cannot use a game, quiz, lesson, etc. already made for you. (Example: Quizlet and Kahoot would allow you to create, but ABC Mouse and IXL would not.) Research the two technology resources you are going to use! Look at other educational learning activities and/or assessment activites that have been created using these resources to give you an idea of what to create! Create the learning activity: Using the technology resource, create the learning activity that covers your topic and subject! Have fun! Enjoy using the technology! Copy the link to the resource for your Technology Application Project Chart. Take at least two screenshots of the resource for your Technology Application Project Chart. Create the assessment activity: Using a different technology resource than the learning activity, create the assessment activity that covers the same topic and subject you used for the learning activity! Have fun! Enjoy using the technology! Copy the link to the resource for your Technology Application Project Chart. Take at least two screenshots of the resource for your Technology Application Project Chart. Reflect on the activity: Download the Technology Application Project Chart. Complete the chart with your name, subject, topic, technology resource, ISTE standard, the link to the resource, and at least two screenshots of the resource. Explain how you would use this resource in your classroom for both the learning activity and the assessment activity! Save the Technology Application Project Chart and submit to Blackboard. Submit your assignment in Blackboard by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Monday of Module/Week 7.
The candidate will choose two of the tools referenced on the technology tools chart to create two resources to match a subject of their choice. Elementary and Special Education candidates must choose
Technology Application Project Rubric Criteria Levels of Achievement Content 70% Advanced Proficient Developing Not present Points Earned Activity/ Assessment #1 45 points 41-45 points The created tool chosen matches the subject, is appropriate for the topic choice, and demonstrates an activity or assessment that could be used in the classroom. 32-40 points One of these is not true: The created tool chosen matches the subject, is appropriate for the topic choice, and demonstrates an activity or assessment that could be used in the classroom. 1-31 points Two or more are true: The created tool chosen does not matches the subject, is not appropriate for the topic choice, or does not demonstrates an activity or assessment that could be used in the classroom. The activity or assessment was not created by the student. 0 points Activity/ Assessment #2 45 points 41-45 points The created tool chosen matches the subject, is appropriate for the topic choice, and demonstrates an activity or assessment that could be used in the classroom. 32-40 points One of these is not true: The created tool chosen matches the subject, is appropriate for the topic choice, and demonstrates an activity or assessment that could be used in the classroom. 1-31 points Two or more are true: The created tool chosen does not matches the subject, is not appropriate for the topic choice, or does not demonstrates an activity or assessment that could be used in the classroom. The activity or assessment was not created by the student. 0 points Working Link 15 points 14-15 points Both links are included to the activity/assessment websites and can be accessed by the professor. 11-13 points Both links to the activity/assessment websites, but only one link can be accessed by the professor. 1-10 points Both links to the activity/assessment websites are included, but neither link can be accessed by the professor. 0 points Application of the Activity/ Assessment in the Classroom 35 points 32-35 points Thorough explanation of how both the activity and assessment will be used in the classroom. At least 5 sentences explaining how the activity or assessment will be used in the classroom. 25-31 points Somewhat detailed explanation of how both activity and assessment will be used in the classroom. At least 3-4 sentences explaining how the activity or assessment will be used in the classroom. 1-24 points Vague explanation of how either the activity or assessment will be used in the classroom. Less than 3 sentences explaining how the activity or assessment will be used in the classroom. 0 points Structure 30% Advanced Proficient Developing Not present Points Earned Grammar and Spelling 15 points 14-15 points Spelling and grammar are correct on the chart and in the activity/ assessment. Sentences are complete, clear, and concise. Paragraphs contain appropriately varied sentence structures. 11-13 points Some spelling and grammar errors are present either on the chart or the activity/ assessment. Sentences are presented well. Paragraphs contain some varied sentence structures. 1 to 10 points Spelling and grammar errors distract. Sentences are incomplete or unclear. Paragraphs are poorly formed. 0 points Subject and Topic 15 points 14-15 points The topic falls under the subject chosen. The activity and assessment match the subject and topic chosen. 11-13 points The topic falls under the subject chosen. One activity or assessment does not match the subject and topic chosen. 1-10 points The topic does not fall under the subject chosen AND One activity or assessment does not match the subject and topic chosen. 0 points ISTE Standard 15 points 14-15 points The ISTE Standard matches the activity and assessment chosen. The ISTE Standard is fully written out with the standard number. 11-13 points The ISTE Standard does not matches the activity and assessment chosen OR the ISTE Standard is not fully written out with the standard number. 1-10 points The ISTE Standard does not matches the activity and assessment chosen AND the ISTE Standard is not fully written out with the standard number. 0 points Screenshots 15 points 14-15 points At least two screenshots are provided for each tool (4 total) that show an example of the activity and assessment created. 11-13 points Three screenshots are provided that show an example of the activity and assessment created. At least one screenshot is provided for each tool. 1-10 points Two or less screenshots are provided that show an example of the activity and assessment created. 0 points Total Points /200 Instructor’s Comments:




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