Resources for Technology
Virtual Meetups: Computer Science and Technology
The computer science and technology content specialists of the Office of Learning and
Instructional Strategies are scheduling virtual meetups in collaboration with various
professional organizations across the state to support educators and administrators during extended remote learning. The purpose of the forum is to support educators and to give them a platform to network, share and gain new skills or strategies to help students succeed while learning remotely.
This aligns with the vision of Ohio’s Strategic Plan for Education, Each Child, Our Future
, which focuses on the whole child by empowering teachers to help their students to become resilient lifelong learners who contribute to society. These meetups help to facilitate discussions about equitable learning opportunities and practices for each child while partnering with educators and professional organizations to promote quality schools and student success.
The Department will host the meetups in conjunction with guest facilitators sponsored by professional organizations. The Department and partnering organizations are continuing to add new virtual meetups to the schedule.
PARTNERING PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
Computer Science Teacher Association of Ohio (CSTA Ohio)
Ohio Technology and Engineering Educators Association (OTEEA)
Ohio Educational Technology Agencies (Ohio Ed Techs)
Ohio Cyber Collaboration Committee (OC3)
Ohio Cyber Range Institute (OCRI)
|Wednesday, February 24, 2021
||Partner & Topic
|3:30 - 4:30 p.m.
||Computer Science, Technology
||OC3 & OCRI: Ohio Cyber Security and Computer Science Educational Resources
Conference ID: 840 406 624#
Archived Virtual Meetup Resources
|Managing Your Online Teaching and Learning Environment
||May 6, 2020
|Cyber Security, Data Ethics and App Creation: Examples of Integrating Ohio's Computer Science and Technology Standards
||September 23, 2020
|Low-Tech and Mixed-Tech Solutions for Teaching in Online and Hybrid Settings
||October 21, 2020
|Working Remotely with Early Elementary Learners: Targeting Technology Content and Skills
||November 18, 2020
|Ohio's Technology Seal
||December 9, 2020
|Using Digital Storytelling to Meet Ohio's Learning Standards
||January 20, 2021
The following list of resources may be helpful for teachers as they develop and implement remote learning experiences. This list is not comprehensive, and the Department does not endorse any particular program or platform.
Instructional Strategies for Virtual Learning
Designing eLearning Experiences
- The National Institute for Excellence in Teaching (NIET) developed this tool to help educators translate strong instructional practice to an online environment. The tool describes what key teaching practices would "look and sound like" when planning and delivering virtual instruction. Teachers gain specific examples and strategies for adapting their practice to both asynchronous and synchronous settings.
National Standards for Quality Online Learning (NSQOL)
- NSQOL provides National Standards for Quality Online Courses
and Quality Online Teaching
SpotOn Digital Content Review Rubric
- This rubric evaluates digital content using four dimensions: Content Quality, Pedagogy, Use of Technology and Content Area Standards.
State Educational Technology Directors Association (SETDA)
- Coalition for eLearning - SETDA has assembled resources and examples to help teachers develop and implement remote learning experiences.
Designing an Online Lesson Using the Five Es Instructional Model
- This post provides strategies for leveraging technology tools to design an online lesson that includes the components of the Five Es instructional model: Engage, Explore, Explain, Elaborate and Evaluate.
Maker-Centered Learning in a Distance Learning Environment
- This tool was developed in connection with the Project Zero initiative, Agency By Design. Using the initiative's Framework for Maker-Centered Learning
, this tool provides examples of thinking routines, practices and online adaptions teachers can use to design maker-centered learning experiences in a remote setting.
Using PBL in Remote Learning
- This post discusses ways to adapt and implement project-based learning (PBL) for students who are learning remotely.
The Concord Consortium - (Grades K-12) Provides virtually guided STEM lessons that can be run remotely and through browsers. CODAP is one of many resources included on this website. CODAP is a web-based data tool to help students summarize, visualize and interpret data for grades 6-12.
Desmos - (Grades 3-12) These digital activities leverage dynamic, web-based tools to help students understand math concepts. Educators can use the Activity Builder to create their own lessons as well.
Esri GeoInquiries - (Grades 4-12) GeoInquiries are 15-minute inquiry activities that use interactive maps (geographic) to support instructional content from science, social studies, math and English language arts. Students use visual analysis to see patterns and think spatially about the concepts in the maps.
PBS LearningMedia - (Grades K-12) Within the engineering and technology collection, this website provides digital resources that address topics that include the relationship between technology and society, technological literacy and engineering design. Topics are real-world based.
Resources for Educators Using Data in the Classroom - (Grades K-12) The Oceans of Data Institute provides data activities, data sources, lessons and resources for the classroom. Students can access real-world data involving a variety of topics from different content areas to interpret data, identify patterns and make predictions.
United States Census Bureau: Explore Data - This website contains links to many different datasets. It also contains data tools and visualizations.
Last Modified: 2/4/2021 6:25:59 AM