http://blogs.greenbay.k12.wi.us/chappellelementaryschool/
Kristen Worden
 Principal at Chappell Elementary in Green Bay- 4
  years
 Associate Principal at Lombardi Middle School ...
Angela Steinbach
 Library Media Specialist/ Technology Coach at
  Chappell Elementary in Green Bay- 4 years
 Music Speci...
Chappell Elementary School
 Title 1 School-wide building
 286 Students EC/4K – 5th grade
 76% free/reduced
 60% White
...
What technology is available?
 The building is wireless
 Every classroom has: Elmo document camera, projection
    syste...
What software do we use?
 All students have used PhotoStory
 All students have created Green Screen Projects – we use
  ...
Our Journey
 2 years ago we were able to purchase the common
  items for every classroom
 We contracted to have our buil...
How did we get 100% buy-in?
 The power at Chappell is that 100% of the staff buy-in to the new technology
    and have wo...
Professional Learning
 What does the Green Bay model look like?
   We have 7 late starts during the school year – the te...
Role of Technology and Big 6 Coach
 To enhance technology skills of every staff member
 The coach also takes groups of s...
Using NETS for Administrators
 I looked at each of the standards and decided to track
  the activities we are doing
 Thi...
NETS for Administrators
 1. Visionary Leadership
       Educational Administrators inspire and lead development and impl...
A. Inspire and facilitate among all stakeholders a shared vision of purposeful change that
maximizes use of digital-age re...
B. Engage in an ongoing process to develop, implement, and communicate technology-
infused strategic plans aligned with a ...
C. Advocate on local, state and national levels for policies, programs, and funding to
support implementation of a technol...
NETS for Administrators
 2. Digital Age Learning Culture
     Educational Administrators create, promote, and sustain a d...
Digital Age Learning Culture
Kindergarten GreenScreen

Tech Project Examples

Poetry

Biography Voki

Pixie/ Movie Maker/ ...
E. Promote and participate in local, national, and global learning communities
that stimulate innovation, creativity, and ...
NETS for Administrators
 3. Excellence in Professional Practice
        Educational Administrators promote an environmen...
A. Allocate time, resources, and access to ensure ongoing professional growth
in technology fluency and integration.



 ...
B. Facilitate and participate in learning communities that stimulate, nurture and
support administrators, faculty, and sta...
C. Promote and model effective communication and collaboration
among stakeholders using digital-age tools.


 Offer techn...
NETS for Administrators
 4. Systemic Improvement
    Educational Administrators provide digital-age leadership and manage...
B. Collect and analyze data, interpret results and
share findings to
 STNA (School Technology Needs Assessment) used for
...
C. Recruit and retain highly competent personnel who use technology
creatively and proficiently to advance academic and op...
NETS for Administrators
 5. Digital Citizenship
        Educational Administrators model and facilitate understanding
  ...
A. Ensure equitable access to appropriate digital tools and resources to
meet the needs of all learners.
 E-books for str...
B. Promote, model and establish policies for safe, legal, and ethical use
of digital information and technology


 Netsma...
C. Promote and model responsible social interactions related to the use
of technology and information.


 Gaggle for stud...
60% TITLE I BIG 6 TECHNOLOGY/INTERVENTION COACH +
40%LMC SPECIALIST
at Chappell Elementary School
 Qualifications: Librar...
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  1. 1. http://blogs.greenbay.k12.wi.us/chappellelementaryschool/
  2. 2. Kristen Worden  Principal at Chappell Elementary in Green Bay- 4 years  Associate Principal at Lombardi Middle School in Green Bay- 4 years  Taught 5th/6th grade at Elmbrook School District for 6 years
  3. 3. Angela Steinbach  Library Media Specialist/ Technology Coach at Chappell Elementary in Green Bay- 4 years  Music Specialist in Green Bay- 6 years  Music Specialist in Cresco, Iowa- 1 year
  4. 4. Chappell Elementary School  Title 1 School-wide building  286 Students EC/4K – 5th grade  76% free/reduced  60% White  14% Black  13% Asian/Pacific Islander  8% Hispanic  6% American Indian/Alaskan Native
  5. 5. What technology is available?  The building is wireless  Every classroom has: Elmo document camera, projection system, dvd/vcr unit, speaker system  Each teacher has a digital camera  Class set of iPod touches available  4 Renaissance Response Clickers available  Class set of flip video cameras available  3rd-5th grade have a 1:1 laptop program  2nd grade is working towards a 1:2 laptop program
  6. 6. What software do we use?  All students have used PhotoStory  All students have created Green Screen Projects – we use Adobe software to edit  All students know how to transfer pictures  3rd-5th grade know how to manage folders, import images, understand technical terms  3rd-5th grade know how to create power point, word documents and excel spreadsheets  All teachers have their own blogs
  7. 7. Our Journey  2 years ago we were able to purchase the common items for every classroom  We contracted to have our building become wireless  We created a plan on how to acquire more technology in future years
  8. 8. How did we get 100% buy-in?  The power at Chappell is that 100% of the staff buy-in to the new technology and have worked very hard to integrate the technology into all that they do  When the elmos, etc came for classrooms we removed ALL overhead projectors and TV carts from the building – this was difficult and put several teachers on edge  We spent professional development time to learn how to operate the new systems, create lessons and share with colleagues  At each staff meeting we continued to share our successes with the new technology and some share new and creative ways to use technology  As we integrated flip video cameras, more digital cameras, iPod touches, and response clickers we assigned “go-to” people for each device. These teachers became the teacher leaders for that specific technology. This helped to build confidence and capacity in the building  Addition of a 60% technology coach to trouble shoot and coach teachers
  9. 9. Professional Learning  What does the Green Bay model look like?  We have 7 late starts during the school year – the technology coach works with K-2 staff while the 3-5 staff work with the literacy coach and then we rotate the next late start  At the start of every staff training we look at our blogs and update them and learn/share new ideas on how to integrate more  Teacher leaders hold after-school sessions on topics: PhotoStory, Green Screen, Audacity  We embed as much of the professional learning as possible so that ALL staff are trained  The technology coach trains secretaries, paraprofessionals and other support staff on basic file management  Our goal is to move ALL staff forward from where they are at
  10. 10. Role of Technology and Big 6 Coach  To enhance technology skills of every staff member  The coach also takes groups of students that are at grade level or above to integrate literacy and technology. This allows time for the regular ed teacher to double dip students that are not at level  The coach leads a podcasting group – Chappell Chatters  She models lessons for staff and then follows a gradual release model back to the classroom teacher  Big 6 coordinator/coach
  11. 11. Using NETS for Administrators  I looked at each of the standards and decided to track the activities we are doing  This allowed me to identify areas of need  Made sure that we were addressing ALL key areas
  12. 12. NETS for Administrators  1. Visionary Leadership  Educational Administrators inspire and lead development and implementation of a shared vision for comprehensive integration of technology to promote excellence and support transformation throughout the organization. Educational Administrators:  A. Inspire and facilitate among all stakeholders a shared vision of purposeful change that maximizes use of digital-age resources to meet and exceed learning goals, support effective instructional practice, and maximize performance of district and school leaders  B. Engage in an ongoing process to develop, implement, and communicate technology-infused strategic plans aligned with a shared vision  C. Advocate on local, state and national levels for policies, programs, and funding to support implementation of a technology-infused vision and strategic plan.
  13. 13. A. Inspire and facilitate among all stakeholders a shared vision of purposeful change that maximizes use of digital-age resources to meet and exceed learning goals, support effective instructional practice, and maximize performance of district and school leaders PhotoStory 5th Grade Glogster Muscular System Book Recommendations
  14. 14. B. Engage in an ongoing process to develop, implement, and communicate technology- infused strategic plans aligned with a shared vision  We are in the process of creating a technology plan for our school  We are using NETS for students to assist  We need to make sure that we are making logical transitions for students  Seamlessness for technology instruction
  15. 15. C. Advocate on local, state and national levels for policies, programs, and funding to support implementation of a technology-infused vision and strategic plan.  We apply for several grants each year to try to increase our technology – received a grant to supply a 5th grade girl’s room with digital cameras, jump drives and headphones for each student  WREA – grant for jump drives and headphones for each student in 5th grade boy’s room  21st Century Grant – 2nd grade team received 6 mini-laptops  Innovative technology grant received to purchase 10 flip video cameras to be shared in the gender classrooms  Created a partnership with NWTC – Northwest Technical College
  16. 16. NETS for Administrators  2. Digital Age Learning Culture Educational Administrators create, promote, and sustain a dynamic, digital-age learning culture that provides a rigorous, relevant, and engaging education for all student. Educational Administrators: a. Ensure instructional innovation focused on continuous improvement of digital-age learning. b. Model and promote the frequent and effective use of technology for learning c. Provide learner-centered environments equipped with technology and learning resources to meet the individual, diverse needs of all learners d. Ensure effective practice in the study of technology and its infusion across the curriculum e. Promote and participate in local, national, and global learning communities that stimulate innovation, creativity, and digital-age collaboration.
  17. 17. Digital Age Learning Culture Kindergarten GreenScreen Tech Project Examples Poetry Biography Voki Pixie/ Movie Maker/ PhotoStory
  18. 18. E. Promote and participate in local, national, and global learning communities that stimulate innovation, creativity, and digital-age collaboration.  Review ISTE resources on regular basis  Learning and Leading with Technology Magazine  Creating global e-pals
  19. 19. NETS for Administrators  3. Excellence in Professional Practice  Educational Administrators promote an environment of professional learning and innovation that empowers educators to enhance student learning through the infusion of contemporary technologies and digital resources. Educational Administrators:  A. Allocate time, resources, and access to ensure ongoing professional growth in technology fluency and integration.  B. Facilitate and participate in learning communities that stimulate, nurture and support administrators, faculty, and staff in the study and use of technology.  C. Promote and model effective communication and collaboration among stakeholders using digital-age tools.  D. Stay abreast of educational research and emerging trends regarding effective use of technology and encourage evaluation of new technologies for their potential to improve student learning.
  20. 20. A. Allocate time, resources, and access to ensure ongoing professional growth in technology fluency and integration.  Teacher leaders host technology specific trainings:  responders, audacity, green screens, PhotoStory Hand Outs
  21. 21. B. Facilitate and participate in learning communities that stimulate, nurture and support administrators, faculty, and staff in the study and use of technology.  Collaborative learning teams (CLT’s) have ongoing meetings throughout year  Focus on how to update our blogs  How to incorporate writing into our blogs to showcase student work  3rd-5th – how to have students use mini laptops throughout day – incorporate blogs, gaggle
  22. 22. C. Promote and model effective communication and collaboration among stakeholders using digital-age tools.  Offer technology training classes for parents  How to use your digital camera  NetSmartz
  23. 23. NETS for Administrators  4. Systemic Improvement Educational Administrators provide digital-age leadership and management to continuously improve the organization through the effective use of information and technology resources. Educational Administrators:  A. Lead purposeful change to maximize the achievement of learning goals through the appropriate use of technology and media-rich resources.  B. Collaborate to establish metrics, collect and analyze data, interpret results, and share findings to improve staff performance and student learning.  C. Recruit and retain highly competent personnel who use technology creatively and proficiently to advance academic and operational goals.  D. Establish and leverage strategic partnerships to support systemic improvement.  E. Establish and maintain a robust infrastructure for technology including integrated, interoperable technology systems to support management, operations, teaching, and learning.
  24. 24. B. Collect and analyze data, interpret results and share findings to  STNA (School Technology Needs Assessment) used for baseline data our first year; repeating again this year  Student survey given in upper grades:  A) how does technology help you learn better in our classroom  B) What is your favorite part about using technology in our classroom  C) How do you expect to use technology in your future (as an adult)
  25. 25. C. Recruit and retain highly competent personnel who use technology creatively and proficiently to advance academic and operational goals.  Created Big6/Technology Coach position  Job Description
  26. 26. NETS for Administrators  5. Digital Citizenship  Educational Administrators model and facilitate understanding of social, ethical, and legal issues and responsibilities related to an evolving digital culture. Educational Administrators:  A. Ensure equitable access to appropriate digital tools and resources to meet the needs of all learners.  B. Promote, model and establish policies for safe, legal, and ethical use of digital information and technology  C. Promote and model responsible social interactions related to the use of technology and information.  D. Model and facilitate the development of a shared cultural understanding and involvement in global issues through the use of contemporary communication and collaboration tools.
  27. 27. A. Ensure equitable access to appropriate digital tools and resources to meet the needs of all learners.  E-books for struggling learners  Web 2.0 tools  Big Huge Labs  Wordle  Glogster  Bookemon  CarrotSticks
  28. 28. B. Promote, model and establish policies for safe, legal, and ethical use of digital information and technology  Netsmartz  District appropriate use agreements  Blog & Wiki Guidelines
  29. 29. C. Promote and model responsible social interactions related to the use of technology and information.  Gaggle for students  A lot of discussion with staff on how to monitor and teach responsibility  Technology coach integrates the social responsibility into lessons with students
  30. 30. 60% TITLE I BIG 6 TECHNOLOGY/INTERVENTION COACH + 40%LMC SPECIALIST at Chappell Elementary School  Qualifications: Library media specialist certification (#901 or #902) and training in Big 6/Super 3  Job Requirements: This position requires an individual with demonstrated competence in implementing technology into classroom curricular activities and who has flexibility and creativity in adapting learning methods, materials, and procedures to a variety of learning situations. He/she will assist in the attainment of Title I literacy goals by linking research skills, LMC materials, and Internet resources to motivate students to extend their learning. Strong interpersonal and time management skills, knowledge of Information and Technology Literacy Standards, the ability to facilitate change, and good organizational/planning skills are attributes that will be looked for in candidates. The position involves working with groups of students and providing professional learning for staff members. Back to Slide
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