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# Technology Integration Matrix

Standards

NETS T

NETS S

Blooms
Taxonomy

Constructivism

Student Use

Direct
Instruction

Flipped
Classroom

Instructionism

Mathematics
1. Number
Sense,
Properties, and
Operations
2. Patterns,
Functions, and
Algebraic
Structures
3. Analysis,
Statistics, and
Probability

Instructionism
would like to use
Storybird for math
because it allows
them to be
organized and have
to present. It is also
an effective way to
present statistics
and probability in a
fun story.

4. Shape,
Dimension, and
Geometric
Relationships
1. Oral
Expression and
Listening

fair use materials
students need to
use Blooms
Taxonomy and the
level remerging.
The student needs
to be able to recall
or remember the
information
presented. Some
things that are
associated with
this level are:
define, duplicate,
list, memorize,

Have students
use oral
expression while
story off of
Storybird to the
class. The other
students need to
be listening.

Behaviorism

recall and
reproduce.

All Purposes
3. Writing and
Composition

Students are
supposed to use
technology tools
to enhance
learning, increase
productivity, and
promote
creativity.
Storybird helps
promote
creativity
because the
students need to
write their own
story.

Storybird is very
much a student
use activity.
Students can
choose a theme
of their story by
looking at the
pictures on
Storybird and
create a story
depending on
their ability.

Students need to be
constructivism when
using Storybird and
researching the
pictures. They need
to be able to view
the picture and
either construct
knowledge through
experiences or they
picture as irrelevant
to their story.

4. Research
and Reasoning

Social Studies
1. History

A standard for
teachers is
teachers
facilitate
learning for
their students.
Using Storybird
to tell a story
historical event
or historical
person would
give the
students
knowledge on
the content.

use content is a
Direct instruction
when the teacher
is breaking down
the parts and
explaining in
detail. For
use you must use
direct instruction
because it is a very
confusing topic.

When doing
research
students need to
know and
understand the
fair use law
otherwise there
will be a negative
punishment.
Teachers also
could use
positive
reinforcement if
students use the
fair use correctly.

2. Geography
3. Economics
4. Civics
Science
Storybird would
be a fun tool to
use in a flipped
classroom. The
teacher could
use it to teach
the students
physical science
and then when
the students and
teacher meets
they can apply
what they
learned from the
Storybird.

1. Physical
Science

2. Life Science
3. Earth
Systems
Science
Differentiation
Learning
Disabilities EEOs

Talented
Other

Direct instruction
and Storybird may
be hard for
students with
learning
disabilities. The
teacher could have
the student choose
the pictures and
then orally tell
them the story and
the teacher can
type it. Or the
students can work
in pairs/groups to
create the
Storybird.

Reflection: Storybird is a fun tool. I think that it would be great for students to use in the classroom. Storybird allows that students to create a story
using their imagination based off of the pictures available to them. I think the teacher needs to know Storybird well and be able to give great
directions to the students, otherwise I think some students might struggle with Storybird. The one thing I wanted to do in Storybird was use multiple
pictures from other authors but did not know how to or if you could. The content of Copyright and Fair Use is important to teach the students because
they need this as people of our society. I think students see their parents using pieces of work incorrectly so at school they need to receive the correct
rules. I think using Storybird to get the content across to the students is both fun for the students and also the teacher. This improves my TPAK
technology because I need to be familiar with Storybird and the technology. My content TPAK was lowered a little because I really had to research
copyright and fair use information so I was giving the students the correct information. My Pedagogy TPAK would vary depending on my students
ability to complete the assignment.