Customized Technology Staff Development:
Teaching Teachers to Use Technology through Student Projects
Collaboration between Foothill College Center for Innovation and the San Francisco 49er Academy, Ravenswood School District, East Palo
Linda K. Taber Ullah, M.Ed 
Teacher in Residence 
Foothill College Center for Innovation, Los Altos Hills, CA

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Project Summary

TEACHERS

Front End Analysis

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Content

Standards

Assessment

Student Decision Making

Collaboration

Real World Connection

Extended Time Frame

Multimedia

Events of Instruction

ONLINE COURSES

Integrating Technology into a Standards Based Curriculum

Project Based Learning Supported by Multimedia

OTHER EDUCATOR INFORMATION

About the Author

Other Projects by Linda Ullah

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STUDENTS

Syllabus

Parent Letter

Week 1

Week 2

Week 3

Week 4

Week 5

Week 6

Student Work

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Student Decision Making

As part of the "getting to know you" phase of Day One students introduce themselves to instructor by telling what things interest them.

Students brainstorm topics that interest them.

Students pitch their ideas to others with similiar interests.

With instructor and teacher assistance, students create their own groups based on topic selection.

Each project group creates a KWL (Know, Want to Know, Learned) Chart in MS Word to explore what they already know about the topic, and what they want to know.

Project groups select group leader.

All students do research and take notes.

Project groups select storyboard creater.

Project groups select multimedia supervisor.

Project groups self assess projects in progress and determine how to edit project.

Students assess each others projects.

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