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Holly Bender

March 9, 2016
ET 347
Collaboration/ LMS Matrix
Colorado
Academic
Standards

ISTE
Standards for
Teachers

ISTE
Standards for
Students

Blooms
Taxonomy

Constructivi
sm

Student
Use

Mathematics
1. Number
Sense,
Properties,
and
Operations

2.
Patterns,
Functions,
and
Algebraic
Structures

Design or
adapt
relevant
learning
experience
s that
incorporate
digital
tools and
resources
to promote
student
learning
and
creativity.
Use a
website
that offers
digital tool
like a
calculator,
manipulati
ves ect.
And
incorporate
that into a
math
lesson.
Engage
students in
exploring
real work
issues and
solving
authentic
problems
using
digital

Identify
trends and
forecast
possibilities.
Use online
tools such as
manipulative
s and other
online
actives to
help
thoroughly
understand
the material.

Locate,
organize,
analyze,
evaluate,
synthesis,
and ethically
use
information
from a
variety of

UnderstandConstruct
meaning
from
instructional
messages,
including
oral written,
and graphic
communicati
on.

Knowledg
e is seen as
dynamic,
ever
changing
with our
experience
s.

AnalyzeBreak
material into
constituent
parts and
determine
how parts
relate to one
another and
to an overall

Learning is
interactive,
building on
what
student
already
knows.

Help
students
understand
mathemati
cs by
teaching
the rules
by creating
an
accessible
document
on your
LMS or
teacher
website.

Use math
tools and

Number
sense can
be used to
help
students
understan
d numbers
and rules
while
doing
mathemati
cs.

Review
and
Reinforc
e.

This can
be used to
help
understan
d number
structures,
as well as
mnemonic
devices.

Review
and
Reinforc
e.

This
would
really
help to
memoriz
ed math
rules and
procedur
es.

This will
help to
memoriz
e math
functions

Flipped
Classroom

3.
Analysis,
Statistics,
and
Probability

tools and
resources.

sources and
media.

Use the
internet to
find real
life
problems
that can be
associated
or solved
using math.

Should be
able to
understand
educational
digital media
when it is
presented to
them.

Promote
student
reflection
using
collaborati
ve tools to
reveal and
clarify
students
conceptual
understandi
ng and
thinking,
planning,
and
creative
processes.

Communicat
ion and
collaboration
Students use
digital media
and
environment
s to
communicat
e and work
collaborative
ly, including
at a distance,
to support
individual
learning and
contribute to
the learning
of others.

Have
students
create and
ePortfolio
of their
own. Have
them
reflect on
the lesson,
before and
after they
learn it,
sort of like
a pre test.
4. Shape,
Promote,
Dimension support,
, and
and model
Geometric creative

structure or
purpose.

Apply- carry
out and use a
procedure in
a given
situation.

Help
children
think on a
deeper
level by
asking
open ended
questions
and
helping
them to
solve
problems
on their
own.

Work in
small groups
to explore
and create
different
forms of
digital
media.

Use models
and
simulations
to explore

online
simulation
s, which
can be
added to
your LMS
website in
order to
help
children
imagine
real life
math
scenarios.
Knowledg
e is seen as
dynamic,
ever
changing
with our
experience
s.

Apply- carry
out and use a
procedure in
a given

Learning is
interactive,
building on
what

and
formulas.

Students
can use
this by
being able
to
understan
d numbers
well
enough to
be able to
predict
future
patterns.

Review
and
Reinforc
e.

This is
useful
because it
will help

More
Teachers
Student
interactio

This
goes
hand in
hand
with
being
able to
predict
and
memoriz
e
patterns
and
probabili
ty of
numbers.

Relationsh
ips

and
innovative
thinking
and
inventivene
ss.
Find a
website
that offers
free
manipulati
ves and
other free
activities.
Have them
explore it.

complex
systems and
issues.

situation.

Use internet
examples to
explore the
world
around them
and learn
problem
solving.

student
already
knows.
One your
eProtolio,
make
online
manipulati
ves
available
for
students to
explore in
their free
time.

students
understan
d the
basics of
geometry,
which will
help in the
future.

n
This is a
good
way to
give
feedback
on what
the
student is
doing.

Reading, Writing, and Communicating


1. Oral
Expression
and
Listening

Communicate
relative
information
and ideas
effectively to
students,
parents, and
peers using a
variety of
digital age
media and
formats.

Process data
and report
results.
Do online
research and
be able to
explain their
findings.

Rememberretrieve
relevant
knowledge
from long-term
memory.

Be able to
explain the
ideas behind
the
technology as
well as how it
works.

2. Reading
for All
Purposes

Address the
diverse needs
of all learners
by using
learner
centered
strategies by
providing

Demonstrate
personal
responsibilit
y for
lifelong
learning.
Learn and

Apply- carry
out and use a
procedure in a
given situation

Pursuit of
student
questions
and interests
is valued.
When a
student is
talking front
of the class it
is extremely
important
that the
teacher make
them feel
comfortable
enough to
share and
then
respected
and
understood
afterwards.
Curriculum
emphasizes
big concepts,
beginning
with the
whole and
expanding to
include the

The
Students
should feel
encouraged
and
welcome to
share
anything
they wish
with you or
their
classmates.
The
classroom
should be a
very free
environmen
t.

Digital
Learning
Materials.

Reading
individually
and with a
teacher can
really help
students to
own and
improve on

More
Teacher Student
Interaction.

The
students
could
create a
presentatio
n or share a
website of
their own
with the
class.

Reading
together
with the

equitable
access to
appropriate
digital tools
and resources.

3. Writing
and
Compositio
n

4. Research
and
Reasoning

explore
online
resources
without
being
directly told.
Understand
Just for fun,
that reading
and
can be fun and understand
that you really why.
are reading
everywhere
you go. Not
just in a book.
Demonstrate
Create
fluency in
original
technology
works as
systems
means of
and the
personal or
transfer of
group
current
expression.
knowledge to
new
Create a
Technologies
website or
and situations. ePortfolio
and be able
Use a website to show and
like Purdue
explain what
Owl to
it is to the
demonstrate
class or to a
and explain
small group
correct
of peers.
writing
techniques.
Develop and
Research
model cultural and
understanding information
and global
fluency
awareness by Students
engaging with apply digital
colleagues
tools to
and students
gather,
of other
evaluate,
cultures using and use
digital age
information.
communicatio
n and
Be able to
collaborative
use and find
tools.
your own
digital

parts.

UnderstandConstruct
meaning from
instructional
messages,
including oral
written, and
graphic
communicatio
n.

UnderstandConstruct
meaning from
instructional
messages,
including oral
written, and
graphic
communicatio
n

Each student
is a different
type of
reader and is
on a different
reading
level. But
its important
to recognize
that but still
read as a
whole class
Teachers
have a dialog
with
students,
helping
students
construct
their own
knowledge.
Writing
doesnt have
to be
individual,
sometimes it
helps to talk
while writing
and
brainstorm
together.
Materials
include
primary
sources of
materials and
materials are
used.
Post primary
sources on
your LMS.
You can
have
students look
at and try
and create an

important
reading
skills.

teacher can
be a good
bonding
moment
between
the
students
and
teaches.

This is
useful
because it
helps to
improve on
writing
skills.
Practice
makes
perfect.

More
Teacher
Student
Interaction.

Primary
sources are
useful when
doing
research
because
they help
from an
unbiased,
possibly
different
perspective.

Review
and
Reinforce.

Teachers
and student
peers can
help
brainstorm
about
writing and
it creates
one on one
interaction.

Reviewing
research
can help
with the
learning
process.

Do research to
find and
understand
different
cultures
around the
world. Present
them to the
class.

media tools
to be able to
do research
and
understand
what that
information
means.

understandin
g from them.

Social Studies
1.
History

2.
Geograp
hy

Engage
students in
Exploring
real work
issues and
solving
authentic
problems
using digital
tools and
resources.

Evaluate
select
information
and sources
and digital
tools based
on the
appropriaten
ess to
specific
tasks.

Use digital
media to
understand
past
problems
and
happenings
and discuss
how we can
learn from
them.

Be able to
find your
own digital
information
sources, and
use them to
complete a
specific task.

Contribute
to the
effectivenes
s, vitality,
and selfrenewal of
the teaching
profession
and of their

Digital
citizenship
Students
understand
human,
cultural, and
societal
issues
related to

UnderstandConstruct
meaning
from
instructional
messages,
including
oral written,
and graphic
communicati
on

AnalyzeBreak
material into
constituent
parts and
determine
how parts
relate to one
another and

Materials
include
primary
sources
of
materials
and
materials
are used.
Primary
sources
would be
great to
put on
the LMS
website
that way
students
and
parents
can
access
what they
are
learning
about in
class.
Materials
include
primary
sources
of
materials
and
materials
are used.

Primary
sources are
great for
history
because
they help to
understand
real life
events.
They help
students
make since
of and
imagine
what you
are
studying.

Review
and
Reinforce
.

Maps are a
good way to
understand
and see
where a
place or
event is.

Review
and
Reinforce
.

Primary
sources
help to
reinforce
the idea
that
history is
real, and
not just
some
made up
stories.
Sometim
es that
can be a
little bit
hard for
young
children
to grasp.

This can
just be
used as a
tool to

school and
community.
Use media
tools to find
places in
your area
that you
could
possibly
help and
contribute
to.

3.
Economi
cs

Engage
students in
exploring
real work
issues and
solving
authentic
problems
using digital
tools and
resources.
Use stock
websites to
understand
how
economics
works and
how to
effectively
use it in the

technology
and practice
legal and
Ethical
behavior.

to an overall
structure or
purpose.

Be able to
do research
and find
graphics
based on
what they
are looking
for. But be
knowledgea
ble and
mindful of
copyright
and fair use
laws.

Collect and
analyze data
to identify
solutions
and/or make
informed
decisions.
Be able to
draw
conclusions
based on
what they
find out
using media
sources.

EvaluateMake
judgements
based on
criteria and
standards.

Post
maps on
your
LMS to
help
students
visualize
where
somethin
g is
happenin
g/
happened
. You
can post
a map
about a
current or
historical
event.
Also they
will be
easy to
access by
both
students
and
parents.
Teachers
role is
interactiv
e, and
rooted in
negotiati
on.
Use the
internet
or other
digital
tools, like
an LMS.
Then
teach
about
stocks,
bonds,
and
money

get some
perspecti
ve on
what the
students
are
learning
about.

Students
can create
fictional
stock
portfolio to
help
understand
stocks,
trading, and
making or
losing
money.

Digital
Learning
Materials
.
You can
create
this
fictional
stock
portfolio
online, or
you can
create it
yourself
with you
website.

future.

4. Civics

Advocate,
model, and
teach safe,
legal,
and ethical
use of
digital
information
and
technology,
including
respect for
copyright,
intellectual
property,
and the
appropriate
Documentati
on of
source.

smarts.

Exhibit
leadership
for digital
citizenship.
Be mindful
and aware of
copyright
and fair use
laws, and
use them
ethically.

EvaluateMake
judgements
based on
criteria and
standards.

Teachers
role is
interactiv
e, and
rooted in
negotiati
on.
Teachers
should be
the
person to
teach
ethics of
digitals
citizenshi
p first
hand to
their
students.

By being
knowledgea
ble about
digital
citizenship,
as well as
the
importance
of copyright
to avoid
future
issues.

Digital
Learning
Materials
.

This will
help
students
predict
things
during the
experime
nt, and
then
being able
to test if
their

A Form
of
Blended
Learning.

Use the
internet
of
informati
on you
gathered
and put
on your
website
to create
copyright
and
digital
citizenshi
p tips and
tricks.

Use the
copyright
and fair use
Prezi,
created
earlier in the
class to
teach
copyright
laws and
ethical
internet use.
Science
1.
Physical
Science

Facilitate
and inspire
student
learning
and
creativity
Teachers
use their
knowledge
of subject
matter,
teaching

Apply
existing
knowledge
to generate
new ideas,
products or
processes.
Use and
online
presentation
tool like

UnderstandConstruct
meaning from
instructional
messages,
including oral
written, and
graphic
communicatio
n.

Knowledg
e is seen
as
dynamic,
ever
changing
with our
experience
s.
Conduct
experimen

This is a
good way
learning
but at the
same time
having a
lot of

and
learning,
and
technology
to facilitate
experiences
that advance
student
learning,
creativity,
and
innovation
in both
face-to-face
and virtual
environmen
ts.

2. Life
Science

Use digital
media to
allow
students to
explore the
world and
understand
it, right
from their
desktop.
Model and
facilitate
effective
use of
current and
emerging
digital tools
to locate,
analyze,
evaluate,
and use
information
resources to
support
research and
learning.
Use digital
media to do
research and
understand
the world

Prezi to
show
understandi
ng of the
topic.

Process
Data and
report
results.
Be able to
do and
understand
research
using online
media from
the internet.
Then be
able to
report their
findings.

Factual- the
basic
elements
students must
know to be
acquainted
with a
discipline to
solve the
problems in
it.

ts using
the
scientific
method.

prediction
s were
correct or
not.

teacher
student
interactio
n.

Pursuit of
student
questions
and
interests is
valued.

This is
useful
because it
answers
students
questions.
Some
questions
I bet they
didnt
even
know
they had.

A Form
of
Blended
Learning.

Conduct
experimen
ts to help
students
understan
d the
world
around
them.

This is a
good way
to teach
because it
students
attention
and
freedom
at the
same
time.

3. Earth
Systems
Science

around you.
Participate
in local and
global
learning
communitie
s to explore
creative
applications
of
technology
to improve
student
learning.
Understand
new
learning
technology
techniques
and how
those can
affect the
world
around us
for the
future.

Students
demonstrate
creative
thinking,
construct
knowledge,
and develop
innovative
products
and
processes
using
technology.

EvaluateMake
judgements
based on
criteria and
standards.

Materials
include
primary
sources of
materials
and
materials
are used.
Teach a
lesson
using
models
and
diagrams
to help
students
understan
d material
more.

Create an
online
presentation
to
demonstrate
what you
have
learned on a
topic.

Diagrams
are a very
useful
thing to
have
because if
helps
understan
d certain
scientific
systems,
even if
you cant
see them
in real
life.

Review
and
Reinforce
.

Teachers
need to be
very
intensive
and hands
on with
students
with
disabilitie
s.

A form of
Blended
Learning.

This is a
good way
to
reinforce
prior
knowledg
e and
understan
d what is
going on
in the
world
around
us, and
how those
things
work
together
on Earth.

Differentiation
Learning
Disabiliti
es

Have one on
one sessions
to help
understand
new forms
of
technology
integration.

More
technolog
y can
enhance
their
learning.

Some
specific
Work
systems
collaborative can help
ly on
bypass
projects
learning
creating such disabilitie
as a website s
or
ePortfolio.

MetacognitiveKnowledge of
cognition in
general as well
as awareness
and knowledge
of ones own
cognition

Teachers
role is
interactive
, and
rooted in
negotiatio
n.
Create a
similar
activity to
the rest of
the
students
but this
may be a
little
different,
and
created
around the

This is a
good way
to help
students
learn,
because
usually
they will
need a lot
of one on
one time
with you.

Physical
Disabiliti
es

Possibly use
a different
teaching
approach
then on the
rest of the
class.

Have
frequent one
on one
sessions to
insure that
everything is
understood.

Gifted/
Talented

Have them
do
collaborative
work with
others on
their level.

Have them
do
collaborative
work with
others on
their level.

Often
need a lot
more one
on one
attention
from the
teacher
and
possibly
someone
else like
an aid.

ConceptualThe
interrelationshi
ps among the
basic elements
within a larger
structure that
enable them to
function
together.

If the case
is severer
then
technolog
y has been
known to
help with
mobility
and
speech in
the
classroom.

Still need
one on
one
attention
with you
and
possibly a
group of
peers.
Can be a
little bit
more
independe
nt in the
classroom.

MetacognitiveKnowledge of
cognition in
general as well
as awareness
and knowledge
of ones own
cognition

student to
focus
specificall
y on their
needs.
Teachers
role is
interactive
, and
rooted in
negotiatio
n.

This will
helps
students
improve
in the
long run.

A form of
Blended
Learning.

Students
may
benefit
from
having a
little bit
more
freedom
than their
peers.

A form of
Blended
Learning.

Create a
hands on
activity
based on
what
youre
learning in
class to
help them
build or
rebuild
their
motor
skills.

Teachers
role is
interactive
, and
rooted in
negotiatio
n.
Create a
lesson that
works
around
their
needs and
is
challengin
g, but is

These
students
need to be
learning
the same
material,
but they
still need
a more
hands on
approach.
Pay close
attention
to them,
but dont
take away
a lot of
their
freedoms
in the
classroom
.

These
students
do require
special
attention
to make
sure that
they are
being
challenge
d enough
in the
classroom

still
following
the same
material
as the rest
of the
class.

Other

Try and
create
engaging
activities to
keep
everyone on
task.

Create
visual
pieces to
demonstra
te that
they are
learning
the
material.

Factual- the
basic elements
students must
know to be
acquainted
with a
discipline to
solve the
problems in it.

Teachers
role is
interactive
, and
rooted in
negotiatio
n.
The
teacher
should be
very
interactive
with their
students,
pay
attention,
and put
children
first.

This is
helpful to
students
because
they are
receiving
everythin
g they
need from
you to
thrive in
the
classroom
.

A form of
Blended
Learning.
The
classroom
should
use
technolog
y but the
teachers
should
always be
present to
help
students
on a one
on one
basis.

Reflection: In my experience working with LMS and Pinterest boards, I have found them to be very helpful. I
honestly say that I would feel very comfortable using them in my classroom. I have found them both to be user
friendly, easy to read, and easy to understand. I also think that they are a great way for teachers to connect with
students and parents outside of the classroom. Also, as the creator I found both of them very fun and easy to make,
and then they were fun to play around with and discover new interactive features. I really liked how easy they were to
keep organized as well. Below I link the charts I used to help me fill in the Constructivism and Flipped Classroom
sections of my Matrix.

Blended Learning Makes Sense. Digital image. Flipped Classroom Workshop. N.p., Dec. 2013. Web. 4 Feb. 2016.
<http://www.flippedclassroomworkshop.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/FlippedClassroom-BlendedLearningMakesSense.png>.
Constructionist vs. Traditional. Digital image. New Literacies in the Classroom. Wordpress, Mar. 2010. Web. 4 Feb.
2016. <https://newliteraciesintheclassroom.files.wordpress.com/2010/03/constrct-vs-trad.jpg>.