Ideas for Collaborating

Energize the learning process by sharing ideas and tools
Sharing successful approaches to using technology in the classroom
Utilize our neighborly vacinity of Rondout and Ulster to collaborate and look at partnership possiblities


Conference ideas

Technology summit
- share expertise, knowledge

- look at the Successful Teaching Conference as a model,
- record all presentations, post presentations on the internet
- Introduce faculty from all institutions to pair and partner

  • go to Conference Ideas page (see left column for link)



Partnerships ideas

Foster concept / partnership - grant funded


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Grant ideas


Camp ideas


Here we can Define the different Topics and Forms for the conference


Timothy Wade and Marguerite Wolf met and identified potentially 12 -14 staff members who could present in groups.

Topics identified were:
Use of Clickers
Use of Document Cameras
Smartboards and Math Instruction
Smartboards and Social Studies Instruction
Preparing Science lessons
Co workshop Learning Center and Marguerite Wolf on the use of Kurzweil and disabled students

Here is the Website we spoke of:

http://www.globalization101.org/






Technology happening now !


Both Rondout and Ulster are currently involved with using lots of creative tools to educate.
Everyone shared various tools that are working for various content areas.
Please correct my notes.


Robert Rutigliano Middle School
Technology:
-Smart boards…a lot of technology,
- Math & Science courses all the time, Excel
- document cameras
- access at home
- Technology for the Arts…
music: band in a box
Art: Digital photography
TV studio

Alan Baker, Kerhonkson Elementary School
Technology
Smart boards in all classrooms, document cast all 3rd grade
meet about curriculum development


Mary Craig –Director of Technology
30% have access at home
Clickers in classrooms


Mike Kroemer, Athletics / Phys Ed
Audio, music
had been district coordinator, podcasting, using podcasting
Bank of ipods lending out
Athletics, sports- podcast


Tara Hyland, High School Business Teacher
uses MOODLE for quizzes to see results
SMART board, projecting notes, projects and capturing audio
clickers, use as a review tool

Ulster Technology
Online study Groups: outside of class, place to meet and share notes, practice for test
Library 111 : learning how to do research using the internet and databases comprehensively


Dennis Swauger, Professor of Chemistry
powerpoints, graphic calculator, using the LMS: ANGEL online course space for powerpoints and lecture notes


Steve Schimmrich, Professor of Geology & Earth Science, Department Chair
using the LMS: ANGEL for all documents of course, Google Earth


Nicole Kiwiet, Adjunct Professor of Chemistry
Google docs to share files and give feedback to each other,
interactive textbook data to embed into LMS course space where keep quizzes, flashcards, animations
“live scribe” problem solving tool of pen with audio, mic and pen capturing the problem being written on the board.


Robert Cassidy, Associate Professor of Chemistry
recording lectures, photographing blackboard notes
using the LMS: ANGEL online course space for disseminating powerpoints, lecture notes, audio clips


Monica Grazul, Adjunct Professor of Math
capturing math concepts and calculations using Captivate and a wacom tablet to draw the formulas
posting the animations of the formulas in the online course space.


Maureen Nicholson, Associate Professor of Math
self testing capturing math concepts and calculations using a Tablet PC
posting the animations of the formulas in the online course space.
Using her online course space as a resource for all kinds of background material.


Laura Davis, Adjunct Professor of Math
capturing math concepts and calculations using Camtasia and a wacom tablet to draw the formulas
posting the animations of the formulas to her website devoted to math lessons, with a graphing calculator.