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presentation to the Student Leadership Council in School District 43 (Coquitlam); student representatives from middle and secondary schools (grades 6-12)

presentation to the Student Leadership Council in School District 43 (Coquitlam); student representatives from middle and secondary schools (grades 6-12)

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  • Mountain Meadows - Teacher: Tamara Smith, G.1Literactive website - read animated books together on SBPick a story from the libraryStudents sitting on floor in front of SBTeacher hovers over each word as students read along togetherTeacher then clicks each word and a very natural female computer generated voice reads - if teacher pauses on a word, it reads it phonetically for proper pronunciationTalk about the story, what's going on, prediction what will happen nextTalk about sentence structure, periods, commas, capitalization
  • Mountain Meadows - Teacher: Tamara Smith, G.1Literactive website - read animated books together on SBPick a story from the libraryStudents sitting on floor in front of SBTeacher hovers over each word as students read along togetherTeacher then clicks each word and a very natural female computer generated voice reads - if teacher pauses on a word, it reads it phonetically for proper pronunciationTalk about the story, what's going on, prediction what will happen nextTalk about sentence structure, periods, commas, capitalization
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    • 1. Technology Powered Learning, Teaching, and Work
      Student Leadership - November 2010
      http://twitter.com/bkuhn
      Brian Kuhn
      Manager of Information Services
      School District 43 (Coquitlam)
      www.sd43.bc.ca
      bkuhn@sd43.bc.ca
      istockphoto.com #8508482
      http://www.shift2future.com/
    • 2. 3.6 B people on earth
      First computer chess tournament
      0 (yes zero) personal computers sold
      0 e-mails sent
      0 blog posts
      0 Facebook users
      BG (before Google)
      1970
      http://www.thepeoplehistory.com/1970
      istockphoto.com # 1563122
    • 3. Nov. 6, 2010 around 12:13pm
      6.88 B people on the earth
      242,487,125 personal computers sold this year
      337,700 TVs sold today
      1,759,192 cell phones sold today
      2,015,767,932 internet users on earth
      145,102,286,923 e-mail messages sent today
      303,902 blog posts today
      500,000,000 Facebook users
      1,549,823,201 Google searches today
      http://www.worldometers.info/
      istockphoto.com # 7611212
    • 4. Things have changed in our world…
      http://www.istockphoto.com/file_closeup.php?id=9545884
    • 5. Internet… wireless everywhere…
      just like oxygen
      being connected is not optional
      just like breathing…
      http://www.istockphoto.com/file_closeup.php?id=3654579
    • 6. http://www.istockphoto.com/file_closeup.php?id=8573353
      The connected home!
    • 7. Connect anywhere!
      http://www.istockphoto.com/file_closeup.php?id=2079663
    • 8. Connect at school!
      http://www.istockphoto.com/file_closeup.php?id=6759491
    • 9. Devices are small, powerful, and everywhere
      Kindle
    • 10. Becomes
      Geopolitical boundaries are redrawn, are paper-based encyclopedias current?
    • 11. Becomes
      Expensive “expert only” knowledge has evolved into free collaboratively created knowledge…
      When I was a student…
    • 12. Reference “books” are not very interactive…
      Technology opens new doors to knowledge?
    • 13. When I was a student…
      • Black and white moving pictures were awesome
      • 14. I could watch but not touch 
      • 15. Slides were cool
      • 16. Experts had to create them
      • 17. Generally we didn’t have access to a camera
    • Today’s Students…
      • Create / use podcasts
      • 18. Create / use video
      • 19. Take digital pictures (every cell phone is a digital camera field trip data collection device)
      • 20. Tell digital stories
      • 21. Students can do all of this if we give them access to the tools…
      http://www.istockphoto.com/file_closeup.php?id=4066060
      Students can create their own videos and pictures to support their learning
    • 22.
    • 23.
    • 24.
    • 25.
    • 26.
    • 27.
    • 28.
    • 29.
    • 30. “SCHOOLS TEND TO REFLECT THE SOCIETIES IN WHICH THEY ARE EMBEDDED.”Reinventing Schools (1995)
    • 31. “SCHOOLS TEND TO REFLECT THE SOCIETIES IN WHICH THEY ARE EMBEDDED.”Reinventing Schools (1995)
    • 32. "SD43 believes in the effective use of technology to provide students with the most relevant learning environment possible and to provide teachers with the tools needed for proficient and up to date instruction in a rapidly changing world"
      1996
      With goals…
      • To provide computer access to every student, teacher, and related support worker
      • 33. To design and implement a communication system which provides access between teachers and students, schools and the home, and with international education networks
      • 34. To establish communication links within and among schools through local area networks (LANs) and a wide area network (WAN)
      istockphoto.com # 3355730
    • 35. The District Network
      School District 43 (Coquitlam)
      istockphoto.com # 11412469
    • 36. Our network in the beginning (mid 1990’s)…
      MOE
      www-text
      e-mail
      e-mail
      e-mail
      e-mail
      www-text
      Internet
      www-picture
      Board Office
      PLN ‘98 – Provincial Learning Network
    • 37. Our network in the beginning (mid 1990’s)…
      MOE
      • Basic web sites
      • 38. Basic search
      • 39. No video
      • 40. Teaching & Learning about technology
      • 41. Teachers always had a backup plan when tech failed
      www-text
      e-mail
      e-mail
      e-mail
      e-mail
      www-text
      Internet
      www-picture
      Board Office
      PLN ‘98 – Provincial Learning Network
    • 42. Learning with Technology Strategy from 2005-6
      Learning, teaching and leading
      is enhanced through effective
      and meaningful use of
      technology
      Exemplars
      Learning
      Staff
      Development
      Equitable
      Access
      istockphoto.com # 5373874
    • 43. istockphoto.com # 7491884
      A typical school…
      istockphoto.com # 6016380
      …today
      istockphoto.com # 1506160
    • 44. Today… our future?
      MOE
      msn
      skype
      e-mail
      Virus attack
      msn
      e-mail
      e-mail
      e-mail
      Virus attack
      Virus attack
      e-mail
      e-mail
      e-mail
      www
      e-mail
      www
      www
      video stream
      video stream
      youtube
      DL
      bcesis
      picture
      blog
      video stream
      DL
      DL
      bcesis
      google
      bcesis
      bcesis
      google
      IT Services
      IT Services
      wikipedia
      bcesis
      bcesis
      bcesis
      bcesis
      youtube
      1701
      DL
      bcesis
      IT Services
      DL
      picture
      google
      1701
      portal
      IT Services
      portal
      wikipedia
      google
      1701
      portal
      portal
      Internet
      Board Office
      1701
      1701
      portal
      portal
      class size
      class size
      class size
      Home
    • 45. istockphoto.com # 5373874
      Technology Powered Learning + Teaching
    • 46. Grade 1’s Reading @ Mountain Meadows
    • 47. Grade 1’s Reading @ Mountain Meadows
    • 48. “The technology gap between schools and the rest of the world is real and it is growing. Whether we like it or not, the increasing pervasiveness and vitality of this technology is changing the expectations or our children and their world view.”
      Frank Press
      National Academy of Sciences
    • 49. WE CAN’T STEER AWAY FROM THE CHALLENGES
    • 50. “We want to provide every student with the tools they need to succeed and thrive in a world that is more connected and more reliant on technology, a world where communication is instantaneous and a world that demands creativity and flexibility”
      BC Minister of Education Oct. 29, 2010
    • 51. What’s next?
      istockphoto.com # 1084313
      Student Input and Ideas Needed

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