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  • 1. Every Child…Every Day…No Excuses!
  • 2. Did you know?57 % of Florida public elementaryschool students* are proficient inmath as measured by FCAT 2.0. *students in grades 3-5
  • 3. 256,648 3rd-5th graders are not proficient!
  • 4. 56 % of Florida public elementaryschool students* are proficient inreading as measured by FCAT 2.0. *students in grades 3-5
  • 5. 262,617 3 rd-5th graders are not proficient!
  • 6. Kids today are digital natives.As educators, we must take advantage of THIS FACT.
  • 7. Welcome to OurDream School!
  • 8. Where paper andpencil are not always needed, but…NETS and Technology ARE!
  • 9. KEY ELEMENTS Management Software and Applications Classroom Set-up Equal Access for All Students Teachers’ Integration of Technology Classroom Software and Online Programs Infrastructure Professional Development
  • 10. MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE & APPLICATIONSOne management system that seamlessly incorporates all essential components needed for an ideal student learning environment.Includes : Attendance Academic and Disciplinary Records Real-time Grades Relevant Medical Disclosures Use this key at the ESE Accommodations end of the Standardized Test Performance Data presentation to Contact Information revisit key ideas. Student Learning Style Inventory
  • 11. The Ideal Student Management System Varies the Levels of Access  Parents  Students  Teachers  Administrators SampleSystems  School Logic  OpenSIS
  • 12. THE CLASSROOM SET-UPThe ideal classroom set-up includes the following: Personal Learning Devices for Every Student and Teacher  Smart Phone  Laptop  Netbook  Tablet  MP3 Players Interactive White Boards Voice Amplification System Document Camera and Video Camera Advanced Desktop Computers Airliner Tablets SMART Student Response System Livescribe Pen for Every Student
  • 13. TECHNOLOGY SUPPORTS  Standards Based Delivery (NETS)  Differentiated Instruction and Assessment  Project Based Learning  Choices for Students  Individualized Lessons and Practice  Options for Different Learning Modalities
  • 14. CLASSROOM SOFTWARE & ONLINE PROGRAMS Resource Link Discovery Ed. SuccessMaker Study Island Renaissance Learning IXL %20Branded%20- %20Florida&gclid=CLj4ndfM87ACFcpeTAodCmC8ew Moodle Digital Books Sloodle ted Exceptional Student Education pps
  • 15. INFRASTRUCTUREThe Ideal Student Learning Environment Includes: Reliable Network and Wi-Fi Copper and Fiber Optic Intranet Fiber Optic Backbone Tied to District Dedicated Full-time IT Manager Dedicated Full-time Technology Coach
  • 16. PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENTThe Ideal Environment: Designs Professional Development Around  Student Data  Teacher Needs  Best Practices  Core Instruction Strategies Trains Teachers on Current Software Supports Technology Learning Communities Offers Flexibility in Delivery
  • 17. Every ChildEvery DayNo Excuses!
  • 18. Additional ResourcesTopicFCAT Statistics National Educational Technology Standards (NETS)Student Management Systems- Digital Natives, DigitalSchool Logic Immigrants by Marc PrenskyStudent Management Systems- Digital Learning DayOpen SisProfessional DevelopmentDifferentiated InstructionIdeal Technology Set-upTeacher ProfessionalDevelopment Video
  • 19. Project CollaboratorsAmy Blamires, Stephanie Furey, Joel Hollon, Nancy Prout Sunday Tindell
  • 20. To revisit the “Key Elements” of our school click the links below. Management Software and Applications Classroom Set-up Technology Supports Classroom Software / Online Programs Infrastructure Professional Development To return to the this page click the keys!