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  • 1:1 Computing for K-12 Institutions Luke Uetrecht Business Development 1:1 Computing and 21 st Century Classrooms by
    • OVERVIEW:
    • Why Implement a
    • 1:1 Program?
    • 6 Elements of a 1:1 Program
      • Configuration, Support, Teaching and Learning, Infrastructure, Communications, Finance
    • Project Management
  • Why Implement a 1:1 Program?
  • The United States needs to close the K12 education gap with the rest of the industrialized world. Workforce and, therefore, economic development are both dependent on closing this performance gap. Students need and want real-world application of skills. Student engagement needs to be increased. Real-World relevance needs to be proven to our students. Schools need to attract and retain the best teachers. Teachers need the tools, training and skills to teach in new and innovative ways. This New World demands New Thinking.
    • Digital Age Literacy
      • Basic, scientific, economic and technological literacy
      • Visual literacy and information literacy
      • Multicultural literacy and global awareness
    • Inventive Thinking
      • Adaptability and managing complexity
      • Self-direction
      • Curiosity, creativity, and risk taking
      • Higher-order thinking and sound reasoning
    • Effective Communication
      • Teaming, collaboration, and interpersonal skills
      • Personal, social, and civic responsibility
      • Interactive communication
    • High Productivity
      • Prioritizing, planning, and managing for results
      • Effective use of real-world tools
      • Ability to produce relevant, high-quality products
    21st Century Learning Skills Critical Thinking/Problem Solving Oral Communications Written Communications Teamwork/Collaboration Diversity Information Technology Application Leadership Creativity/Innovation Lifelong Learning/Self Direction Professionalism/Work Ethic Ethics/Social Responsibility
  • Enabling 21 st Century Skills
    • 1:1 Computing Initiatives
    • Dynamic, Collaborative Environments
    • Real-World Skills
    • Real-World Applications
    • New Teaching and Learning Techniques
    • New Measures of Assessment
  • 1:1 Computing Goals
    • Foster Development of 21 st Century Skills
    • Increase Positive Student Outcomes
      • Higher Order Skills
      • Collaboration
    • Attract, Hire and Retain the Best Teachers
    • Improve Community Relations
    • Achieve Student Readiness
      • Higher Education/Workforce
  • Academic Freedom and Student Equity
    • Equal Access to Resources and Technology
      • Level the Playing Field
      • Eliminate the “Digital Divide”
      • 24 x 7 x 365 Access to Community, Services, Curricula
    • Equal Access to Vast Library and Reference Material
      • Legacy Free, Open Source Works
      • References
        • Encyclopedia Britannica
        • Oxford American Dictionary
        • Web 2.0
  • Communication
    • Anytime, Anywhere Access
      • Wireless; Wired; Remote Access
    • More Interaction between Students and Faculty
      • Office Hours and Discussions Whenever/Where ever
      • More Opportunity for Interaction and Collaboration
    • More Interaction between Students and Community
      • Public Service
      • Employment and Internships
      • Projects and Case Studies
      • Address Alumni and Parent Constituencies
  • Enhancing Teaching and Learning
    • Student Centric Pedagogical Paradigm
    • Student Engagement
    • Interdisciplinary
    • Classroom Management
    • Classwork, Review and Portfolios
    • Assessment
  • Elements of a 1:1 Program
  • The Six Elements of a 1:1 Program
    • Rollout Support
    • Helpdesk
    • Intranet Support
    • Faculty Development
    • Curriculum Integration
    • Hardware
    • Software
    • Wireless Infrastructure
    • Network Capacity
    • Students and Parents
    • Faculty
    • Press and Media Relations
    • Purchase or Lease
    • Technology Obsolescence
    Element I : Configuration Element II : Support Element III : Teaching and Learning Integration Element IV: Infrastructure Element V: Communications Element VI : Finance
  • Element I: Configuration
    • One Standard Configuration
      • Hardware
      • Software
      • Network Topology
    • 1:1 Necessities:
      • Wireless and Long Battery Life
      • Connection Management (Wired/Wireless/Remote Access)
      • Durability
      • Warranty
      • Accidental Damage Protection
      • High Quality Bag
  • Element II: Support (Student and Parent)
    • Helpdesk
      • Institution Managed, Student Run
      • “ 15 Minute Rule”
    • Call Center Helpdesk
      • Student Staffed
    • Warranty Break/Fix
      • Depot
      • Self-Maintenance
  • Element II: Support (IT Staff)
    • Manufacturer Level II Support
      • Enhanced Support Services
    • Project Management, single point of contact for all elements
    • Imaging & Deployment Strategies
    • Security and Asset Protection Strategies
  • Element III: Teaching and Learning Integration
    • Curriculum Support
      • SchoolKiT
      • FutureKids
      • Vital Source
      • Adobe
        • Photoshop Elements 4.0 – edit, organize, show photos
        • Premiere Elements 2.0 – easily create video
        • Digital Kids Club – online resource of digital photography, imaging and video for teachers, students and parents
    • Professional Development
      • SchoolKiT
      • FutureKids
    • Sharing Best Practices
      • Teaching and Learning Events (AAL & ThinkTank)
      • Round Tables
      • Forums, ListServs
  • Element IV: Infrastructure
    • Analysis of Network Infrastructure:
    • Access
      • Wired and Wireless
      • Remote Access
    • Bandwidth
      • Backbone, Server Capacity
    • Servers and Storage
      • Backup, Individual Web Sites, Student Storage, Email
    • Power
      • Battery Life Management, Outlets
    • Printing
    ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) )
  • Element V: Communications
    • Internal
      • Students, Parents, Faculty
    • External
      • Alumni, Friends, Donors
      • Prospective Students
    • Media Relations
      • Press Releases and Media Coverage
    • Improve admissions metrics
    • Garner support for the program and institution
    • Increase academic standing among peer institutions
  • Element V: Communications - Best Practices
    • Student and Parent Mailings
      • Introduction and Explanation of Program
      • Do’s and Don’ts
    • Usage and Ownership Agreements
      • Student Contracts and Liability
      • Parent / Student Usage Agreements
    • Press Releases
      • Local, Regional and National
    • Intranet and Internet Verbiage
      • Content, FAQs and Helpdesk Functions
  • Element VI: Finance
    • Purchase
      • Technology Obsolescence a Possibility
      • Less Expensive
      • Excellent Initial Strategy
    • Lease
      • Technology Refresh - Standardization
      • Easily Upgrade Client Network Topology
      • Best Practice for Seasoned Programs
  • Project Management
  • 1:1 Critical Success Factors
    • Communication and Expectation Setting
    • Strategic, Long Term Commitment to the Program
    • Student/Parent/Faculty Satisfaction
    • Development of a Technology-Enabled Learning Environment
    • Financial commitment
    • Standardization
    • Experienced Project Management
    • Infrastructure Development and Testing
  • Student Laptop Project Issues
    • Roll-Out Strategy
    • Printing Strategy
    • Insurance Strategy
    • Backup Strategy
    • Physical Security
    • Software Support Strategy
    • Hardware Support Strategy
    • Loaner Pool Management
    • Software Maintenance Strategy
    • Develop Curricula
    • Create Assessment Plan
    • Issue Mgmt and Resolution
    • Create/Maintain Project Schedule
    • Risk Management
    • Network Readiness Assessment
    • Develop an Internal and External Communications Plan
    • Financial Aid Implications
    • Create Training Plans for Faculty, Staff, and Students
    • Bandwidth Planning
    • Network Security
    • Off Campus Access
    • Capacity Planning
    • Many More...
    Finance Infra T&L Faculty Development Configuration Communication
  • Sample Timeline
    • Leadership in Student Mobile Computing
      • Best Practices from Mandatory Programs
      • Experience and Proven Methodologies
    • Partnership, not a Transaction
      • Consultative and Collaborative Relationship Rather than a Simple Hardware Transaction
    • Assistance in Planning & Implementation
    • Marketing and Sales Support
    • Excellent Track Record and References
    CDW-G Project Management “ A Trusted Partner”
    • Discussion Time