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Become A Campus Technology Role Model


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I used this slide show to lead a discussion with educational administrators about how they can best model and encourage technology use in our schools.

I used this slide show to lead a discussion with educational administrators about how they can best model and encourage technology use in our schools.

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  • 1. BRIAN GRENIER TECHNICAL SITE COORDINATOR EL PASO ISD [email_address] HTTP://BUMPONTHEBLOG.ETOWNS.NET Become a Campus Technology Role Model Handouts:
  • 2. How would you define your role as a campus administrator? Handouts:
  • 3. Shift Happens
  • 4. What does this all mean for us as educators and our students? Handouts:
  • 5. Handouts:
  • 6. 21 st Century Skills Problem Solving Critical Thinking Effective Communication Effective Collaboration Self-Directed Learning Self-Motivated Learning Information Literacy Innovativeness Global Awareness Global Citizenship Handouts:
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  • 9. What should you expect from your teachers? Handouts:
  • 10. SBEC Standards for New Teachers The beginning teacher is able to:
    • demonstrate knowledge of the importance of technology to future careers, lifelong learning, and daily living for individuals of all ages.
    • plan, create, and edit databases by defining fields, entering data, and designing layouts appropriate for reporting;
    • participate in electronic communities as a learner, initiator, and contributor;
    • use groupware, collaborative software, and productivity tools to create products;
    • develop and implement an individual plan for professional growth in the knowledge and skills of Technology Applications ;
  • 11. SBEC Standards for New Teachers The beginning teacher is able to:
    • design and create interdisciplinary multimedia presentations that include audio, video, text, and graphics for defined audiences;
    • use telecommunication tools, such as Internet browsers, video conferencing, and distance learning, for publishing information;
    • plan, select, and implement instruction that allows students to use technology applications in problem-solving and decision-making situations;
    • provide adequate time for teaching the Technology Applications TEKS;
    • conduct an ongoing self-assessment of strengths and weaknesses in the knowledge and skills of Technology Applications;
  • 12. What should your teachers expect from you? Handouts:
  • 13. National Educational Technology Standards for Administrators
    • Educational leaders inspire a shared vision for comprehensive integration of technology and foster an environment and culture conducive to the realization of that vision.
    • Educational leaders ensure that curricular design, instructional strategies, and learning environments integrate appropriate technologies to maximize learning and teaching.
    • Educational leaders apply technology to enhance their professional practice and to increase their own productivity and that of others.
    • Educational leaders ensure the integration of technology to support productive systems for learning and administration.
    • Educational leaders use technology to plan and implement comprehensive systems of effective assessment and evaluation.
    • Educational leaders understand the social, legal, and ethical issues related to technology and model responsible decision-making related to these issues.
  • 14. How has the role of administrators/teachers/schools changed as a result of technology? Handouts:
  • 15. As an educational leader how can you model some of the “digital” changes that need to/should take place in our schools? Handouts:
  • 16. Putting in place a clearly articulated, documented mandate of teacher expectations Handouts:
  • 17. Rethink how your labs are scheduled Handouts:
  • 18. Rethink Staff Development Handouts:
  • 19. Budgeting for technology Handouts:
  • 20. Sharing technology successes with your campus and community Handouts:
  • 21. Blogging / Podcasting Handouts:
  • 22. Video Conferencing Handouts:
  • 23. Paperless campuses Handouts:
  • 24. Attend professional development opportunities WITH teachers Handouts:
  • 25. Provide opportunity for some of your teachers to attend TCEA or NECC Handouts:
  • 26. Write a 5 year campus technology plan Handouts:
  • 27. Integrate your Campus Technology plan with your Campus improvement plan Handouts:
  • 28. Provide incentives for teachers to embed technology in their classrooms Handouts:
  • 29. Talk the talk AND walk the walk Handouts: