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Presentation for NEMESPA (Northeast MN Elementary School Principals' Association.) Presentation held at The College of St. Scholastica January, 2010. This presentation looks at how technology can ...

Presentation for NEMESPA (Northeast MN Elementary School Principals' Association.) Presentation held at The College of St. Scholastica January, 2010. This presentation looks at how technology can support student achievement.

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  • Chery Takkunen, Ph.D Chair, Assoc. Professor Graduate Education Programs The School of Education The College of St. Scholastica
  • http://www.techlearning.com/printablearticle/8670 Bloom, Lorin Anderson, revised Bloom's Taxonomy and published this- Bloom's Revised Taxonomy in 2001.Key to this is the use of verbs
  •  Framework(s): Technology for Learning and 21st Century skills  Empower students for optimal learning  Higher level thining
  • Facebook and Twitter Digital Native
  • What is the best example of technology integration you have witnessed in your school in the last year?
  • Research Teachers and Technology  Internet searches  Word processing  Skill based games  Infrequent  Teacher-directed manner  Low-level thinking activities *Includes new (Digital Native) teachers
  •  Technology can improve learning  Motivated to use technology  Desire to use technology  Believe that they are using technology in a student-centered manner  Believe: Higher-level thinking Image: http://captology.stanford.edu/2003 /
  • 21 st Century Skills LoTI ISTE Standards
  • Partnership for 21st Century Skills
  • We are currently preparing students for jobs that don’t yet exist . . . using technologies that haven’t yet been invented . . .in order to solve problems we don’t even know are problems yet. — Richard Riley, Secretary of Education under Clinton
  •  Core Subjects  Global  Critical Thinking Awareness  Collaboration  Information  Creativity Literacy  Communication  Technology Literacy  Innovation  Life/career skills
  •  Return to basic skills- safer?  Concerns: NCLB state tests?  Deep learning vs. shallow learning  Have faith 21st Century skills teaching and learning works.  Not either/Or  A Vision of K-12 Students  Article from TechLearning in folder cites research to support 21st century skills
  • http://www.techlearning.com/printablearticle/8670 Bloom, Lorin Anderson, revised Bloom's Taxonomy and published this- Bloom's Revised Taxonomy in 2001.Key to this is the use of verbs
  •  Quantity  Quality of use  Number of computers  How students are  Internet use using technology  Quality of product  “How much?” Old Way New Way
  •  Six Levels  Level Four- Target Level  Adopted by many states  At Level Four best chance for student learning potential  Dr. Christopher Moersch (1995)  LOTI- Connection Formerly named Levels of Technology Implementation
  • Level 0 Non-use 1 Awareness Teacher use only- Grades, email, etc. (Productivity) 2 Exploration Student us (Lower level thinking) Teacher directed Technology is an extension or enrichment 3 Infusion Higher level thinking and engaged learning used to care out teacher-directed tasks 4 Integration A and B (Mechanical vs. Routine) Learner Centered- Student inquiry driven process 5 Expansion Goes beyond the classroom 6 Technology infusion Technology goes beyond the classroom walls
  • http://www.techlearning.com/printablearticle/8670 Bloom, Lorin Anderson, revised Bloom's Taxonomy and published this- Bloom's Revised Taxonomy in 2001.Key to this is the use of verbs
  • Students use of digital tools and resources is inherent and motivated by the drive to answer student-generated questions that dictate the content, process, and products embedded in the learning experience.
  •  Promoting higher-level cognition  Student-inquiry (Student lead questions)  Authentic connections  Rigor and high expectations
  • 1. Standard texting rates only (worst cast US $0.20) TIPS 2. We have no access to your phone number 3. Capitalization doesn’t matter, but spaces and spelling do
  •  Promethean Lesson  Maui Movie  Tessellations Let’s give this the LoTI “sniff” test…. 1. Watch each lesson 2. Use the LoTI “sniff test” flow chart 3. What level do you think each lesson belongs to?
  •  What did you identify as the best technology project you saw in your school last year?  What LoTI level do you believe the lesson falls in?  Did this project encourage 21st century skills? If so, what skills?  What ISTE skills were promoted in this lesson?
  • Marzono’s Work Classroom Instruction that Works Marzono’s Research Promethean use: 17% Achievement Gain "You don't get gains from technology... you get gains from changing the learning environment with technology" Twitter quote from #ties09 “quoting Marzono”
  •  For the past 8 years the LoTI level for teachers completing the survey has been a “2”. Still is….  The building principal controls the LoTI level. ◦ Dr. Chrisopher Moersh at NECC 2009
  •  Administrators  Teachers  Students  Student Profiles  44 states have adopted these or other tech standards  Minnesota still does not have a set of grade level measureable technology standards…..
  •  Visionary Leadership NETS-A  Facilitate and Inspire Student Learning NETS T  Creativity and Innovation NETS S  Communicate and Collaborate NETS S
  • Marzono’s Work Classroom Instruction that Works Promethean: 17% Achievement Gain "You don't get gains from technology... you get gains from changing the learning environment with technology" Twitter quote from #ties09 “quoting Marzono”
  • Higher Empower Level and Thinking Engage 21st Century Skills LoTI ISTE NETS
  • The illiterate of the future will not be the person who cannot read. It will be the person who does not know how to learn. Alvin Toffler
  • Where to start? Awash in too many ideas…
  • It’s a little like herding cats.
  •  School leader is critical  Start small  Measure progress  Support and encouragement  Reduce barriers  Increase access  $$$ is not always the answer  Higher-level thinking focus
  •  I like the Smartboard, but I think that all kids should have their own small smartboards so that we could do more stuff….  1st grader from Northern MN  When I go to school I have to “power down”…  5the grader from Illinois
  •  Digital- Age Literacy  Remember that schools may be the only place for some children to access technology  TALK to students about what they need- they know!  Let Children Create
  • Thank you! ctakkune@css.edu Twitter@ctak10 Facebook.com.CSS.Education