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Learn and Connect webinar Sept 2010 Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Blackboard K12
    Driving Greater Student Performance with Blackboard LearnTM and Blackboard ConnectTM
  • 2. Some housekeeping items
    2
    Today’s webinar is scheduled to last for 1 hour
    All participants will be muted to ensure the presentation can proceed without interruption
    Questions can be submitted via the Q&A screen at any time
    We will do our best to answer all questions. Due to the size of the audience today, a number of questions will have to be answered following the session
  • 3. About Today’s Speakers
    3
    Duncan Moss
    Sr. Director K12 Marketing
    Blackboard
    Scott Smith
    Chief Technology Officer
    Mooresville Graded School District (NC)
    David Adney
    Principal
    Minnetonka School District (MN)
  • 4. Forward Looking Statements
    4
    We may make statements regarding our product development and service offering initiatives, including the content of future product upgrades, updates or functionality in development. While such statements represent our current intentions, they may be modified, delayed or abandoned without prior notice and there is no assurance that such offering, upgrades, updates or functionality will become available unless and until they have been made generally available to our customers.
  • 5. K-12 @ Blackboard
    Mobile Education & Connectivity
    Multi-Modal Mass Communication
    Campus Commerce & Security
    Web Based Teaching & Learning
    Synchronous Learning & Collaboration
  • 6. 6
    Our Vision:
    • Close the gap between the way students live and the way they learn
    • 7. Empower district leadership to communicate directly and effectively
    • 8. Engage parents in their child’s academic progress
    • 9. Deliver a 21st Century educational experience
  • 7
    Blackboard K12 Value Proposition
    Learn & Connect …
    Share essential classroom information more effectively with your learning community. Promotegreater collaboration among teachers, parents, students and local community members to significantly improve student performance and district success.
  • 10. 8
    The Connected District
    Administrators can…
  • 11. 9
    The Connected District
    Parents will be…
  • 12. 10
    The Connected District
    Teachers can efficiently…
  • 13. 11
    The Connected District
    Students will:
  • 14. 12
    The Connected District Solution
  • 15. 21st Century Learning
    Dr. Scott Smith, Chief Technology Officer
    Mooresville Graded School District
  • 16. Why a Digital Conversion?
    • Close the Digital Divide
    • 17. 21st Century Readiness
    • 18. Real World Experience
    • 19. Instructional Practice
    • 20. Improve Academic Achievement
  • What is a Digital Conversion?
    • Online content in a context for today’s learners available virtually 24/7
    • 21. Ubiquitous Wireless
    • 22. A meaningful instructional tool at the fingertips of every child
    • 23. NOT a Technology Project
    • 24. Cultural Shift
  • What does the data say?
    Mooresville Intermediate School
    2009 - 2010
    Performance Composite = 82%
    Expected Growth & High Growth
    Met all 27 AYP Target Goals (08-09)
    Attendance improved
    from 96.5% to 97.4% (08-09)
    Suspensions decreased from 86 (07-08) to 21 (08-09)
  • 25. MOORESVILLE HIGH SCHOOL END OF COURSE DATA
    18% overall gain in 4 years
    Suspensions went down 64% from 07-08 to 08-09.
  • 26. Academic Achievement
    AYP
    • Out of 115 School Districts - only 6 districts made all AYP Targets.
    • 27. Mooresville was one of the 6 districts in North Carolina.
    • 28. Mooresville had the highest number of targets met.
  • Academic Achievement
    School Year:
    2009-2010
    MGSD Ranked
    4th in
    the State
    Formula: Number of Proficient Test Scores on Reading Grades 3-8, Math Grades 3-8, and EOCs divided by the total number of tests taken in school year 2009-2010.
    Rutherford Per Pupil Expenditure $8,456.08 (71)
  • 29. MinnetonkaHigh School
    ConnectingParents – Teachers – Students
    With Blackboard andBlackboard Connect
  • 30. The Need:
  • 31. The Need:
    Find a way to offer Health Instruction that:
    Has greater impact on students’ lives
    Expands students’ choices in scheduling other classes
    Builds stronger adult support systems for students to use in decision-making
    Is responsive to current health issues
  • 32. The Minnetonka Solution
  • 33. Embedded Health Model
    Traditional Format
    One semester of
    selected topics offered during the sophomore year in a typical classroom setting.
    Approximately 80 hours
    Embedded Format
    Selected topics
    presented over four years at age-appropriate times in a “pullout” classroom format.
    Approximately 80 hours
  • 34. Senior CPR Course
  • 35. Blackboard & Blackboard Connect
    Online Lessons, Assessments
    Textbook
  • 36. Questions?
    27
  • 37. Thank You!
    For more information:
    Visit Blackboard.com/LearnAndConnectNow
    or
    Call 800-424-9299 ext. 2427
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