Using Laptops in a Classroom that is Not One-to-One

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Published on January 22, 2009

Author: kfasimpaur

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Using Laptops in a Classroom That is Not One-to-One

How is your team sharing the laptops? What is working well? What is not working well?

Keys to Success Using laptops to differentiate instruction Different kids are doing different things Good instructional practice Makes shared laptops more feasible Avoid using laptops as a “reward” or filler activity

Using laptops to differentiate instruction

Different kids are doing different things

Good instructional practice

Makes shared laptops more feasible

Avoid using laptops as a “reward” or filler activity

Use in group activity 4 groups; each has a computer Each group is doing the same or similar work Group 1 Group 2 Group 3 Group 4 Researcher Writer Fact checker Editor Producer Researcher Writer Fact checker Editor Producer Researcher Writer Fact checker Editor Producer Researcher Writer Fact checker Editor Producer

4 groups; each has a computer

Each group is doing the same or similar work

Use as a station 4-6 stations; laptops are one station Students rotate through various stations Editing (white board) Research or final production (laptops) Independent reading/writing Presentation (practice or final) Revision (teacher conf.; peer or teacher editing) Research (books, etc.)

4-6 stations; laptops are one station

Students rotate through various stations

Use for differentiation Various uses as needed: remediation, enrichment, project work, review, check out for home use Enrichment podcast creation Review class wiki Reteaching a lesson Video review Independent project Reading and research

Various uses as needed: remediation, enrichment, project work, review, check out for home use

Tools to Consider Moodle – give course structure and links; students can use as needed on their own schedule Wikis – for course overview or specific projects; different students can access at various times Blogs – for question and response and reflective writing Google Docs – for indiv. assignments or collaboration

Moodle – give course structure and links; students can use as needed on their own schedule

Wikis – for course overview or specific projects; different students can access at various times

Blogs – for question and response and reflective writing

Google Docs – for indiv. assignments or collaboration

Posting Resources for Differentiation Provide a range of resources PPTs, web links, readings, student notes/explanations, audio, video, etc. Can be accessed independently as remediation, enrichment, review, support for absent students, etc. May want to collaborate across subject area teams on building this

Provide a range of resources

PPTs, web links, readings, student notes/explanations, audio, video, etc.

Can be accessed independently as remediation, enrichment, review, support for absent students, etc.

May want to collaborate across subject area teams on building this

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