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    • 7/30/13   1   Presented to the Summer Conference by Hall Davidson Senior Director, Global Learning Initiatives Discovery Education July 30, 2013 h(p://linkyy.com/HallDavidsonHandouts   h(p://linkyy.com/MDLA   Presentation ! Cracking  the  Curve,   Breaking  the  Bell   Common   Core   Machines  &   Materials   Learners   Non-­‐cogniFve   skill  builders  
    • 7/30/13   2  
    • 7/30/13   3   mediafesFval.org   “That’s  So  Chocolate  Bar”     mediafesFval.org   “Draw  My  Life”    
    • 7/30/13   4   www.mediafesFval.org   linkyy.com/StealThisFesFval   case  sensiFve   h(p://slickrockfesFval.org/photo-­‐gallery/  
    • 7/30/13   5   Math  Story   h"p://www.schooltube.com/video/d95ff612cc36cadfed7b/The%20MulBplicaBon%20Kid      teacher  Mark  Ellis,  gr.  3   mediafesFval.org   “The  MulFplicaFon  Kid”    
    • 7/30/13   6   Toontastic
    • 7/30/13   7   Bloom,  B.  (1984).  "The  2  Sigma  Problem:  The  Search  for  Methods  of  Group  InstrucFon  as  EffecFve  as  One-­‐to-­‐One  Tutoring"  (h(p://web.mit.edu/bosworth/MacData/afs.course/5/5.95/readings/bloom-­‐  two-­‐sigma.pdf)  ,  EducaFonal  Researcher,  13:6(4-­‐16).  Retrieved  from  "h(p:// en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?  Ftle=Bloom%27s_2_Sigma_Problem&oldid=509122964"  Categories:  EducaFonal  psychology  EducaFon  theory      en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bloom's_2_Sigma_Problem  1/3  h(p://www.vitals.com/v/upload/photo/Dr_Benjamin_Bloom.jpg    
    • 7/30/13   8  
    • 7/30/13   9   The  grail:  Bloom’s     “2  Sigma  Problem”       An  average  student  tutored  one-­‐ to-­‐one  using  mastery  learning   techniques  performed  two   standard  deviaFons     be(er…       "the  average  …  student  was  above   98%  of  the  students  in  the  control   class”  
    • 7/30/13   10   The  grail:  Bloom’s     “2  Sigma  Problem”       Bloom’s  “Objects  of  change   process”   I.  Home/Peer  Group   II.  Learner   III.  Teacher   IV.  InstrucFonal  Material   The  grail:  Bloom’s     “2  Sigma  Problem”       Bloom’s  “objects  of  change   process”   I.  Home/Peer  Group   II.  Learner   III.  InstrucFonal  Material   IV.  Teacher   h(p://roadrunneracademy.weebly.com/  
    • 7/30/13   11   #MysterySkype  
    • 7/30/13   12   Six  months  later   Their  first  tweet  
    • 7/30/13   13   The  grail:  Bloom’s     “2  Sigma  Problem”       Bloom’s  “Objects  of  change   process”   I.  Home/Peer  Group   II.  Learner   III.  Teacher   IV.  InstrucFonal  Material  
    • 7/30/13   14   Thanks,  Max  Brooks   The  grail:  Bloom’s     “2  Sigma  Problem”       Bloom’s  “Objects  of  change   process”   I.  Home/Peer  Group   II.  Learner   III.  Teacher   IV.  InstrucFonal  Material   InformaBon  Week  5/20/13   www.informaFonweek.com/educaFon/mobility/students-­‐want-­‐more-­‐mobile-­‐devices-­‐in-­‐cla/240154188?cid=RSSfeed_IWK_All     Harris  InteracFve  Survey   5/20/13   “…92%  of  elementary,   middle  and  high  school   students  believe  mobile   devices  will  change  the   way  students  learn  in  the   future.  A  majority  (69%)   would  like  to  use  mobile   devices  more  in  the   classroom.  “   Eyewire  Yesterdays  Office/Low  ResoluBon/YOF_002L.JPG  
    • 7/30/13   15   Kinder teachers’ blog! Pre-­‐school  in  Calistoga   h"p://napavalleyregister.com/news/local/ipads-­‐credited-­‐with-­‐calistoga-­‐reading-­‐gains/arBcle_55718e30-­‐b0f6-­‐11e0-­‐8278-­‐001cc4c002e0.html   “During  the  four  weeks  of   instrucFon,  the  reading   comprehension  of  the   Calistoga  preschoolers   increased  from  58.5  percent   to  76.4  percent.”   Eugene  Narciso,  COO  of  Footsteps  2   Brilliance,     Dr.  Pamela  Redmond   Chair  of  Graduate  Studies   College  of  EducaBon  and  Health  Service   Touro  University,  CA  
    • 7/30/13   16   h"p://www.brighteyes.com/Smith.html   Flying  neatly  over  the  data…  
    • 7/30/13   17   The  grail:  Bloom’s     “2  Sigma  Problem”           Bloom’s  “Objects  of  change   process”   I.  Home/Peer  Group   II.  Learner   III.  Teacher   IV.  InstrucFonal  Material   Bloom,  B.  (1984).  "The  2  Sigma  Problem:  The  Search  for  Methods  of  Group  InstrucFon  as  EffecFve  as  One-­‐to-­‐One  Tutoring"  (h(p://web.mit.edu/bosworth/MacData/afs.course/5/5.95/readings/bloom-­‐  two-­‐sigma.pdf)  ,  EducaFonal   Researcher,  13:6(4-­‐16).  Retrieved  from  "h(p://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?  Ftle=Bloom%27s_2_Sigma_Problem&oldid=509122964"  Categories:  EducaFonal  psychology  EducaFon  theory      en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ Bloom's_2_Sigma_Problem  1/3  h(p://www.vitals.com/v/upload/photo/Dr_Benjamin_Bloom.jpg     A  Study  of  Best  PracFces  in  PLATO®  Learning  Online  SoluFons     An  analysis  and  interpretaBon  of  a  Marzano  Research  Labratory  study     March,  2012       The  study  examined  percepFons  of  instrucFonal  pracFces  and  achievement  data  from  1,828   students  and  141  teachers  at  23  sites  in  12  states  (California,  Florida,  Iowa,  Illinois,  Indiana,   Massachuse(s,  Maine,  New  Hampshire,  New  York,  Ohio,  Oklahoma,  and  Pennsylvania),       The  study  found  that  teacher  engagement…was  the  strongest   predictor  of  higher  levels  of  student  achievement.    
    • 7/30/13   18   From  Oxford,  England    h(p://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dk60sYrU2RU   From  Sugar  Mitra  TED  talk  
    • 7/30/13   19   Rural  vs  Urban  India   Young  learner                      Young-­‐ish  learner  
    • 7/30/13   20   Teacher  Survey  Data   Purchasing   Apps    App   Upgrades   Data   ReporFng   Safety  and   Security   Wireless   Access   Installing   Apps   Data   Transfers   No   Issues   The  grail:  Bloom’s     “2  Sigma  Problem”       Bloom’s  “Objects  of  change   process”   I.  Home/Peer  Group   II.  Learner   III.  Teacher   IV.  InstrucFonal  Material   Bloom,  B.  (1984).  "The  2  Sigma  Problem:  The  Search  for  Methods  of  Group  InstrucFon  as  EffecFve  as  One-­‐to-­‐One  Tutoring"  (h(p://web.mit.edu/bosworth/MacData/afs.course/5/5.95/readings/bloom-­‐  two-­‐sigma.pdf)  ,  EducaFonal   Researcher,  13:6(4-­‐16).  Retrieved  from  "h(p://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?  Ftle=Bloom%27s_2_Sigma_Problem&oldid=509122964"  Categories:  EducaFonal  psychology  EducaFon  theory      en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ Bloom's_2_Sigma_Problem  1/3  h(p://www.vitals.com/v/upload/photo/Dr_Benjamin_Bloom.jpg    
    • 7/30/13   21   h(p://www.lexile.com/about-­‐lexile/grade-­‐equivalent/grade-­‐equivalent-­‐chart/   Lexile  point  gain  equivalent   with  self-­‐reading  text.     200      ?
    • 7/30/13   22  
    • 7/30/13   23   The  nose  knows.   Finally:  How  personalized  can   resources  be?  
    • 7/30/13   24   The  nose  knows.   Finally:  How  personalized  can   resources  be?   Screen  Shot  Google  
    • 7/30/13   25   Elementary  self-­‐personalizaFon   Presented to the Summer Conference by Hall Davidson Senior Director, Global Learning Initiatives Discovery Education July 30, 2013 h(p://linkyy.com/HallDavidsonHandouts   h(p://linkyy.com/MDLA   Presentation ! Cracking  the  Curve,   Breaking  the  Bell  
    • 7/30/13   26   The  FantasBc  Flying  Books  of  Morris  Lessmore     Imag.N.O.Tron   App! Book!
    • 7/30/13   27   Aurasma   Word  Lens  (translaFon  app)   Free  app  –  but  buy  dicFonaries  
    • 7/30/13   28   Push  Pop  Press.    TED  talks  Mike  Matas  “Our  Choice”  by  AL  Gore   More  if  there  were  Fme…  
    • 7/30/13   29   HeartCam  
    • 7/30/13   30   h(p://www.kickstarter.com/projects/andyrawson/ir-­‐blue-­‐thermal-­‐imaging-­‐smartphone-­‐accessory/checkouts/11597459/intersFFal?clicked_reward=true&ref=discover_pop&register=ConFnue+to+next+step    “21st-­‐Century  Skills”  ~    work  success   May  30,  2013  (Gallup)     1,000+  18-­‐35  yr  old   •  CollaboraFon   •  Knowledge  construcFon   •  Global  awareness   •  Use  of  technology  for  learning   •  Skilled  communicaFon   •  Real-­‐world  problem  solving   “Strongly  agree  they  are   successful  and  valued  in   their  current  jobs”     RelaFvely  high  level  of   exposure  the  last  year  in   school:     200%   Anthony  Rebora    blogs.edweek.org/teachers/teaching_now/2013/05/survey_learning_21st-­‐century_skills_linked_to_work_success.html?print=1   h(p://www.gallup.com/poll/162818/21st-­‐century-­‐skills-­‐linked-­‐work-­‐success.aspx      
    • 7/30/13   31   Data  from  school  districts   Anson  Highlights  2008-­‐2012   •  11%  to  97%  Middle  School  7th  graders   scoring  a  3  or  4  on  Algebra  I  End  of   Course  Test   •  32%  to  70%  Biology  students  scoring  a   3  or  4  on  End  of  Course  Test   •   27%  to  55%  in  5th  grade  Science  end   of  grade  test  proficiency   •  GraduaFon  rate  64.3%  to  78.9%   •  Anson   County   Schools   •  Anson   County   •  North   Carolina   •  532  square   miles  in  south   central  NC   •  25,000  people   •  5th  poorest   county  in  N.C.   •  3,663  K-­‐12   •  69.31%     •  17%     •  58%  -­‐  34%  -­‐  8%   Grand  Prairie,  TX    Metroplex:  178,290  people  ;26,700  K-­‐12  
    • 7/30/13   32   Anson  2008  –  2012  Highlights     •  3rd  grade  38.4%  to  65.9%  Reading   •  4th  grade  40%  to  70%  Reading   •  5th  grade  40%  to  64.9%  Reading   •  6th  grade  41%  to  71%  Reading     •  Anson   County   Schools   •  Anson   County   •  North   Carolina   Case  studies  with  digital  resources   Science Proficiency 2008 2009 (w/o retests) 2009 (with retests) 1 Year Change NELC Grade 5 40 50 60 +20 +25 Grade 8 47 55 64 +17 +23 Composite 43 52 62 +19 +24   CharloKe-­‐Mecklenburg  Strategy   140,000  Students   10,000    Teachers   180  Schools   52%  Economically  Disadvantaged   7  Learning  CommuniFes   1  Test   100  Days  of  Professional  Development     CharloKe-­‐Mecklenburg  Schools    2008  –  2010  Science  Turnaround  
    • 7/30/13   33   Case  studies  with  digital  resources   Science Proficiency 2008 2009 (w/o retests) 2009 (with retests) 1 Year Change NELC Grade 5 40 50 60 +20 +25 Grade 8 47 55 64 +17 +23 Composite 43 52 62 +19 +24   CharloKe-­‐Mecklenburg  Strategy   140,000  Students   10,000    Teachers   180  Schools   52%  Economically  Disadvantaged   7  Learning  CommuniFes   1  Test   100  Days  of  Professional  Development     CharloKe-­‐Mecklenburg  Schools    2008  –  2010  Science  Turnaround   2010  the  learning  community  increased   another  14  points  in  their  science  scores   this  year.  Building  on  the  26  point  gain  from   last  year,  they  have  achieved  a  40  point  total   gain  over  2  years.  This  is  “unbelievable   growth”  and  truly  a  reflecFon  of  quality,   effecFveness  and  professional   development”.   “By  the  end  of  the  year  when  they  took   the  Florida  Comprehensive  Assessment   Test,  those  schools  averaged  a  10  point   gain  in  science.    That’s  unheard  of.”   Dr.  Mel  Pace   Director  of  Media  and  Technology   Osceola  County  Public  Schools   Enrollment  50,100   Danger Case  studies  with  digital  resources   Social Studies ISTEP+ Test Pilot schools Control Group Total non- pilot schools Schools   in  pilot   Schools  in   Schools  in   control   Grade 7 29% increase 8% increase 51 10   10   Grade 5 Overall + Overall - 51 10   10     Indianapolis  Strategy   10  pilot  schools,  5th/7th  grades   42  hours   Spread  over  Fme   Job-­‐embedded  approach   One-­‐on-­‐one  classroom  support   Peer  collaboraFon  model   IPS  34,050  enrollment   2011 % increase over 2010 “the  percent  of  seventh-­‐grade  students  passing  the   ISTEP+  …  increased  significantly  over  the  two  year   pilot  period  …by  2011,  the  percent  of  students   passing  had  increased  by  29  percentage  points  while   non-­‐pilot  schools  experienced  only  an  increase  of  8   percentage  points  .”   Dr.  Carmen  Arroyo   AcceleraBng  Social  Studies  Achievement   Indianapolis  Public  Schools   Enrollment  50,100   In  the  same  schools:    7th  grade  classrooms  used   almost  50%  more  curriculum-­‐based  digital  material   than  5th  grade  classrooms—where  scores  were   basically  staFc  between  control  and  pilot  schools.     AcceleraBng  Social  Studies  Achievement   Indianapolis  Public  Schools   Enrollment  50,100  
    • 7/30/13   34   Charleston  County,  SC  (88  schools)   Tablets  (iPads)     •  $16,000  savings  in  paper  in  1  year   •  Recovered  730  instrucFonal  days  in  an  at-­‐risk   high  school   •  From  400  referrals  to  75   •  Kindergarten  had  100%  of  kids  above  grade  level   going  into  3rd  grade  three  years  in  a  row.   Source:  KrisB  Meeuwse,  ISTE  20113   Teacher,  Charleston  County     The answer to “how”  is Yes! Anson  County   Schools   Anson  County   North   Carolina   Grand   Prairie  ISD   Grand   Prairie,   Texas   ! Dr. Greg Firn  
    • 7/30/13   35   Pre-­‐school  in  Calistoga   h(p://napavalleyregister.com/news/local/ipads-­‐credited-­‐with-­‐calistoga-­‐reading-­‐gains/arFcle_55718e30-­‐b0f6-­‐11e0-­‐8278-­‐001cc4c002e0.html   “During  the  four  weeks  of   instrucFon,  the  reading   comprehension  of  the   Calistoga  preschoolers   increased  from  58.5  percent   to  76.4  percent.”   Eugene  Narciso,  COO  of  Footsteps  2   Brilliance,     Highlights   •  “On  the  PPVT  –  the  EL  students  out  performed  the  Non-­‐Els                          on  the  Post  tests”   •   “100%  of  the  students  scored  at  age  5.0  or  higher”   •  “88%  [of  students]  performed  at  age  6.0  or  higher”   •  “ELs  went  from  43%  readiness  pre-­‐treatment  to  79%  post”   •  “Non-­‐Els  went  from  59%  readiness  to  71%”   •  “On  the  EVT  –  Students  expressive  vocabulary  for  both  Els   and  Non-­‐Els  increased  by  250%”   •   “…pre-­‐post  scores  were  staBsBcally  significant  to  a   probability  of  >  .001”   Download  the  study:  h(p://mediashare.discoveryeducaFon.com/mediashare/index.cfm?event=pushFile&guidAssetMediaFileId=98a1d371%2D9838%2D4fac%2Df4d8%2Dcd7add869a30  
    • 7/30/13   36   Download  the  study:  h(p://mediashare.discoveryeducaFon.com/mediashare/index.cfm?event=pushFile&guidAssetMediaFileId=98a1d371%2D9838%2D4fac%2Df4d8%2Dcd7add869a30   Download  the  study:  h(p://mediashare.discoveryeducaFon.com/mediashare/index.cfm?event=pushFile&guidAssetMediaFileId=98a1d371%2D9838%2D4fac%2Df4d8%2Dcd7add869a30  
    • 7/30/13   37   More  from  Bloom’s  study  
    • 7/30/13   38   h(p://www.jstor.org   LINKED  CITATIONS   -­‐  Page  1  of  1  -­‐   You  have  printed  the  following  arBcle:   The  2  Sigma  Problem:  The  Search  for  Methods  of  Group  Instruc[on   as  Effec[ve  as  One-­‐to-­‐One  Tutoring   Benjamin  S.  Bloom   EducaBonal  Researcher,  Vol.  13,  No.  6.  (Jun.  -­‐  Jul.,  1984),  pp.  4-­‐16.   Stable  URL:  h(p://links.jstor.org/sici?sici=0013-­‐189X %28198406%2F07%2913%3A6%3C4%3AT2SPTS%3E2.0.CO%3B2-­‐3   This  arBcle  references  the  following  linked  citaBons.  If  you  are  trying  to   access  arBcles  from  an  off-­‐campus  locaBon,  you  may  be  required  to   first  logon  via  your  library  web  site  to  access  JSTOR.  Please  visit  your   library's  website  or  contact  a  librarian  to  learn  about  opBons  for   remote  access  to  JSTOR.   References   A  Meta-­‐Analysis  of  the  Effects  of  Advance  Organizers  on  Learning   and  Reten[on   John  Luiten;  Wilbur  Ames;  Gary  Ackerson   American  EducaBonal  Research  Journal,  Vol.  17,  No.  2.  (Summer,   1980),  pp.  211-­‐218.  Stable  URL:  h(p://links.jstor.org/sici? sici=0002-­‐8312%28198022%2917%3A2%3C211%3AAMOTEO %3E2.0.CO%3B2-­‐Q   Reading  Instruc[on:  A  Quan[ta[ve  Analysis   Susanna  W.  Pflaum;  Herbert  J.  Walberg;  Myra  L.  Karegianes;  Sue  P.   Rasher  EducaBonal  Researcher,  Vol.  9,  No.  7.  (Jul.  -­‐  Aug.,  1980),  pp.   12-­‐18.   Stable  URL:  h(p://links.jstor.org/sici?sici=0013-­‐189X %28198007%2F08%299%3A7%3C12%3ARIAQA%3E2.0.CO%3B2-­‐9   Coopera[ve  Learning   Robert  E.  Slavin   Review  of  EducaBonal  Research,  Vol.  50,  No.  2.  (Summer,  1980),  pp.   315-­‐342.   Stable  URL:  h(p://links.jstor.org/sici? sici=0034-­‐6543%28198022%2950%3A2%3C315%3ACL%3E2.0.CO %3B2-­‐E   h(p://www.jstor.org