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Future Proofing Our Schools

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How do you plan you schools for the future? What are the essential components for infrastructure. Join us and find out about "Learning Spaces", "Design" and "Standards" Download more at …

How do you plan you schools for the future? What are the essential components for infrastructure. Join us and find out about "Learning Spaces", "Design" and "Standards" Download more at www.drhowie.com

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  • 1. "Future Proofing Schools" Digital Journey , Austin, TX. www.drhowie.com
  • 2. 7 Districts That Think Different "If you don't know where you are going, you will wind up somewhere else!" Dr. Howie DiBlasi C.I.O (Retired) howie@frontier.net 970-749-0760 www.drhowie.com www.disneyscience.com Twitter: hdiblasi
  • 3. How did I get here??? Graduate of F.S.U. – N.A.U. Classroom teacher – 20 yrs Retail Computer Store – Owner – 10 years P.W.U. - Ph.D. Durango School District – CIO – 17 years 2007 Retire and the “Adventure Begins” “Travel The World-Telling My Story” Google Hangouts-”Disney Imagineering” Technology Consultant
  • 4. Background - Qualifications Published author, "Change Agent", Educational Technology consultant. Master Certified Trainer- emphasis is on Digital Technology and 21st Century Learning. Award from C.I.L.C. "Pinnacle Award" for outstanding P.D. Programs. Adjunct Professor-Adams State College- Teaches Graduate class on ” 21st Century Skills” Finalist in the “Top Secondary Leaders in America” Professional Development presentations and classes provided to over 100 districts across the U.S.
  • 5. 842,000 views Did You Know III - Did You Know IV - Did You Know V - Did You Know VI
  • 6. What did you learn today?
  • 7. Who said that….(name the 2 individuals “I am not complacent at all John. I have gone through experiences such as this for a very long time. I know I am right. I make the good argument, write the wise articles, and the persuasive letters. And sometimes I feel as though I am preaching to a stack of wood. People do not easily embrace change. Convincing them to turn in a new direction requires a patience and persistence that tax everyone. It does not help matters that the course we are attempting to follow could get us all hanged”
  • 8. Who said that….(name the 2 individuals Ben Franklin talking to John Adams June 7, 1776
  • 9. Do you remember?
  • 10. How has the world changed since you graduated…? Has education at large made the same strides ?
  • 11. Where are we going? 1. Vision 2. Learning Spaces 3. Distance Learning 4. Planning 5. Obsolesce Plans
  • 12. "Future Proofing Schools" 1. Vision with a BLUEPRINT
  • 13. I understand: Superintendents Administrators Principals Teachers Support Staff Vision Concepts Design Vision with a BLUEPRINT Planning-Expansion for the future Infrastructure Power Distribution Standards Distance Learning Obsolesce Plans Technology Plans
  • 14. 10 Lessons From the Best District Mark Edwards, Superintendent of Mooresville N.C. Graded School District 1. Build a Foundation 2. Form Strategic Alliances 6. Empower and Educate Your Teachers 7. Watch the Transformation 3. Thoroughly Think Through Logistics 8. Collect and Use Data Wisely 4. Rethink Fund Allocation 9. Share Best Practices 5. Apply Gentle Yet Sustained Pressure 10. Continue to Evolve
  • 15. Leadership Tasks 1. Build the Vision 2. Manage Change 3. Change the Culture 4. Staff Development 5. Classroom Management and Tech Support 6. Communication and input 7. Monitor and Sustain the change
  • 16. "Future Proofing Schools" 2. Learning Spaces
  • 17. Is this your classroom? 1891 2013
  • 18. Change the classroom
  • 19. Learning Space Design
  • 20. "Future Proofing Schools" 3. Distance Learning
  • 21. "Future Proofing Schools" Distance Learning – are you ready for? Synchronous vs Asynchronous Online Courses Hybrid Virtual Learning H323 Vidyo BYOD MOOCS Flipped Classroom
  • 22. "Future Proofing Schools" 4. Planning Your turn….think about……… 1. What are you doing that is innovative? 2. How is what your students learning pertinent to today’s world? 3. Are you preparing student for a "Global Economy“ 4. “Will Students Today Be Employable Tomorrow” ?
  • 23. Not about..... Not about hardware Not about PC or Mac Not about iPad or Android Tablets Not about 1:1 Not about “Flipped Classroom”
  • 24. Durango 9-R -How did it all start? 82 Million Bond - Passed by 82.5 per cent of voters 1 year PR-Information meetings Sharing our success Town Halls Meeting at every existing school Contacted every Durango Service Club Meetings with Business-Retired-Families Ag - 4-H – Career and Tech Ed.
  • 25. Durango 9-R -How did it all start? 24 - Technology Committee Rep from each of the 12 schools Technology Director Finance Director Curriculum Director Data Management Director High school Principal Middle School Principal Elementary School Principal School Board Member 2 High School Students 1 Middle School Student Community Members
  • 26. School Technology Infrastructure 6 Planning Guidelines S1: INSTRUCTIONAL CONSIDERATIONS/MISSION S2: SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS S3: BUILDING NEEDS S4: BANDWIDTH CONSIDERATIONS S5: TECHNOLOGY INFRASTRUCTURE PLANNING S6: BIDDING PROCESS AND TIMELINES
  • 27. Planning Vision with a BLUEPRINT "Future Proofing Schools" Planning Technology Committee School Culture Students serving on committees 7. Security 8. Setting Important Goals 9. Infrastructure 10.Power Distribution 11.MDF and IDF 12.Standards 13.Expansion for the future 14.Practice and promote digital inclusion. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Create Powerful Learning Experiences Distance Learning Productive Learning Environments Innovation Creativity Problem Solving Critical Thinking Curriculum Common Core ISTE NETS Project Based Learning S.T.E.M. Obsolesce Plans
  • 28. School Technology Infrastructure Planning Guidelines E-RATE Considerations Vocational-Ag-Career & Tech Ed Funds Grants-Local-State-Federal BIDDING Process - Timelines
  • 29. CHECKLISTS/SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS 1. Communications Systems: Telephony, Intercom, Attendance 2. Security 3. Closed Circuit Systems (CCTV) 4. Video on Demand Systems 5. Interactive Whiteboards and Other Specialized Connections/ Services/ Peripherals 6. Distance Learning - Video Conferencing- IVC – H.323 7. BYOD ( Bring Your Own Device 8. Cell Phones/Smart Phones
  • 30. Technology Infrastructure Planning Guidelines 1. Equipment Rooms 2. Data Rooms-MDF-IDF 3. HVAC Requirements for Data Rooms 4. Electrical Requirements for Data Rooms 5. General Workstation Requirements 6. Electrical Requirements for Workstations 7. HVAC Requirements for Workstations 8. Lighting Requirements for Data Rooms 9. Fire Suppression
  • 31. TECHNICAL INFRASTRUCTURE STANDARDS 1. Wiring (Data, Video, Voice) 2. Fiber-Microwave-Towers 3. Power over Ethernet/PoE (allows a single cable to provide both data connection and electrical power to devices such as wireless access points or IP cameras ) 4. Wireless – Access Points/coverage 5. Switching and Routing Equipment 6. Entrance Facilities 7. Campus Interconnects
  • 32. Electrical - Power Distribution Power Distribution-Service to sites Receptacle Power HVAC Power & Control Standards Interior lighting-Computer labs Intercom Fire & Safety Surveillance/Video/storage Energy Conservation Green Emergency power Standby Engine Generators Building Vulnerability Assessment Renovation Portable-Infrastructure
  • 33. "Future Proofing Schools" 5. Obsolesce Plans
  • 34. Durango School District 9-R 2005-2010 TECHNOLOGY PLAN REPLACEMENT & OBSOLESCENCE BASIC UNDERSTANDING & PHILOSOPHY Equipment REPLACEMENTS RESERVE EQUIPMENT POOL LIFE CYCLE OF EQUIPMENT PHASE OUT PLAN EQUIPMENT DATA BASE SOFTWARE PERSONNEL REPLACEMENT COSTS
  • 35. "Future Proofing Schools" Digital Journey , Austin, TX. www.drhowie.com