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Technology Integration Lesson Plan Template

Your Name: Jessica Stec


Subject Area(s): Mathematics

Lesson Title/Topic:
What is the topic? What is the
title?
Standards:
What are the applicable state
standards (Shelly, Gunter, &
Gunter, 2012, pp. 209-210)?

Grade Level: 7th

Estimated Duration: 5 days for


each operation, culmination of 1
month.

Discovering Integer Rules: Through different examples of seeing integers


added, subtracted, multiplied, and divided, students will discover what the
rules are for computating with integers.

MA
7.1.2
Operations:
Students will demonstrate the meaning of arithmetic operations
with positive fractions, decimals, and integers.
MA
7.1.3
Computation:
Students will compute fluently and accurately using appropriate
strategies and tools.

Learning Objectives:
What measurable learning
outcomes will be addressed in
this lesson or project (Shelly,
Gunter, & Gunter, 2012, p.
211)?
Note: If you cannot find
learning objectives associated

MA
7
.
1.2.c
Use drawings, words, and symbols to explain the addition and
subtraction of integers
MA
7

with your states standards, then .1.3.a


you will need to write them.
Compute accurately with integers
Research how to write
measurable objectives.
ISTE Standards:

Students Standards:
Standard 1.b.: Apply existing knowledge to generate new ideas, products,
Identify the ISTE standards that or processes.
will be addressed in this lesson Standard 1.b.: Create original works as a means of personal or group
expression.
or project.
Standard 1.c.: Use models and simulations to explore complex systems and
issues.
Standard 2.a.: Interact, collaborate, and publish with peers, experts, or
others employing a variety of digital environments and media.
Standard 2.d.: Contribute to projects teams to produce original works or
solve problems.
Standard 4.a.: Identify and define authentic problems and significant
questions for investiagation.
Standard 4.b.: Plan and manage activities to develop a solution or complete
a project.
Standard 5.a.: Advocate and practice safe, legal, and responsible use of
information and technology.
Standard 5.b.: Exhibit a positive attitude toward using technology that
supports collaboration, learning, and productivity.
Standard 5.c.: Demonstrate personal responsibility for lifelong learning.
Standard 6.a.: Understand and use technology systems.
Stnadard 6.b.: Select and use applications effectively and productively.
Activity Type(s) and
Associated Technology:
What activity type(s) are
involved in this lesson or
project? What are the
associated technologies?

Consider Activity Types


Attend to a Demonstration students watch videoclips on their personal
Ipads
Discuss students will share their thoughts, ideas, and suggestions for
discovering the rules of computing with integers on the Discussion board
using Schoology
Investigate a concept students will watch clip and determine the rules for
computing with integers

See Activity Types wiki.


Practice Activity Types
Do Computation Once students have discovered the rules, they will
practice using them on a Smartboard notebook lesson
Produce Activity Types
Do a Demonstration Students will then create a video using their Ipads, in
using the rules for someone else to view and discover.
Describe an Object or Concept Mathematically Students will create a

glog explaining the rules of computing integers.


Apply Activity Types
Take a Test Students will take a test over the concept on Schoology.
Create Activity Types
Create a Product Students create their video to teach lesson for someone
else.
Materials:

Students' Ipads, teacher Smartboard, math textbook for more practice


problems if necessary

What other materials and/or


resources are required, if any?
Student Prerequisites:

Basic computation skills of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and


division.
Understanding of integers.

What skills and technology


experience will students need to
be successful in this lesson or Students will need to know how to use the Ipad. Use will consist being
able to navigate around Schoology, watch the video, and post on the
project?
discussion board. Students will also need to use glogster and Imovie on
their Ipads.
In beginning each lesson, I will send four video clips for adding integers to
Lesson or Unit Starter:
the students for them to view. Once they have viewed the clips, they will
What will you do to introduce then go to the discussion board on our schoology site, and discuss what
they think the rule is, or what they noticed was being done each time.
the lesson or project?
Student-focused Activities: Students will first view the videos, and then have their own discussion on
the blackboard site.
The following day, we will discuss their findings as a class. When students
What activities will your
students do during this lesson or give me possible rules, we will try them out, then view the videos together,
project? Remember, the most and see if we still agree on what the rule is. We will use trial and error on
that day, to see if everyone is understanding the process and concept.
effective situations are those
Once the students have established the rule, I will then show a Smartboard
that require participatory
notebook lesson on this skill, and we will practice as a class, random
learning and ask learners to
problems allowing students to concrete the rule they have discovered.
complete activities that build
Students will then complete practice problems as an assignment sent to
mastery toward the learning
objectives (Shelly, Gunter, & them through Schoology.
The next day, students will work with partners, to create their own video of
Gunter, 2012, p. 230).
working and solving problems, without telling the rule, for others to view
and discover the rule. This gives practice for those students in developing
Please include step-by-step
problems and applying what they have learned.
instructions.
Once all videos have been created after 2 days, we will move on to the next
level of computation(subtraction, multiplication, division). Once we have

arrived at the rules for each operation, students will create a glog
identifying and explaing the rules for computing with integers. After all
glogs have been created and shared, students will take a test on Schoology.

Optional Extension
Activities:

Students could then start writing real-world math problems that would
require the use of integers, and share them with each other to complete.

What activities could your


students do to extend the
knowledge gained from this
lesson or project?
Evaluation:

Students will be assessed based on participation in the discussion board.


Studens will be assessed on correctly solving problems on the practice
How will you assess the extent assignment sent to them.
Students will be assessed on the videos created in utilizing the technology,
to which the students have
and appropriately giving problems to stir thinking of the rules.
achieved the goals and
Students will journal and reflect about the lesson answering the following
objectives (including the
questions:
curriculum and technology
What did you learn about computing with integers?
standards)? How will you
Was discovery helpful over me giving you the rules immediatley, then
prompt student reflection
(Shelly, Gunter, & Gunter, 2012, being expected to use them successfully? Explain.
p. 230)?

Answer the following reflective questions:


1. Which level of the SAMR Model would best describe this lesson? Why?
I believe this lesson would best be described at the Redefinition level. There are other
levels being used, but I think Redefinition is the one that is predominantly used. First,
students are viewing a video on their Ipads, and then reflecting and collaborating on a
public (to the class) discussion board to come to conclusion of what they believe the rule
is. Class discussion takes place, discovery of the rule, and then practice on the
Smartboard, which would probably only be substitution, as well as the practice
assignment sent on Schoology. Then students create their own video practicing and
modeling problems for someone else to discover the rule. This is redefinition as well.
Lastly, the glog is an example of creating something new, redefinition.
2. How is technology being used to help students demonstrate understanding of the content?

Technology is used by the students viewing videos I found on Youtube, of a woman


doing problems with integers by just using a number line, not specifically stating the
rules. Students then practice problems using the rules on the Smartboard, and also the
practice assignment and test through Schoology. Lastly, students create a video and a
glog that also demonstrates their understanding of the content.
3. Why do you believe the chosen technology will be effective in achieving the learning
objective(s)?
My number 1 goal as a teacher, is for students to learn to think for themselves. First of
all, students are motivated by using the technology than just listening to me. When the
students are able to view the video, they become actively involved in the discovering of
their own learning, and take pride and ownership in becoming problem solvers. Once
students have discovered the rule, they enjoy practicing on the Smartboard, rather than do
a book assignment. Creating a video, help students show they know how to solve the
problem. Ive learned more from teaching, than I myself learned in school, and this gives
the students a chance to show if they really know and understand the rules. The glog
allows the students to put everything together into a poster that represents what they have
learned.
4. Why is it better to teach the learning objective(s) with technology than without?
Students are motivated with technology. They are having to think for themselves, and not
just become robots of a process that I have given them.
5. How is TPACK being demonstrated in this lesson?
The content is the center of the lesson, with pedagogy and technology overlapping as
needed. The focus of the lesson, was the students knowing the rules for computing with
integers. However, I know that as a teacher, they need my guidance, and that is why I
step in and lead discussion, and allow for students to work together toward the desired
results. Technology is just a resource in helping students show what they know, and then
using it.