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Digital Tools for Digital Natives is designed to explore the latest technology tools and solutions available to help schools build 21st century learning environments that motivate and engage today’s …

Digital Tools for Digital Natives is designed to explore the latest technology tools and solutions available to help schools build 21st century learning environments that motivate and engage today’s students. The presentation will provide multiple examples of media-rich projects, investigate the new world of podcasting, vodcasting, blogs, wiki’s, web 2.0, digital storytelling, and demonstrate ways to integrate these new technology into the classroom.

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  • 1. how to establish a vision statement how to assess the schools technology needs to establish target area goals to improve learning how to create effective professional development resources to increase the use of technology in the classroom, and how to support existing technological resources through funding and maintenance. Essential Elements Technology Planning
  • 2. The First Paradigm Shift Ten years ago, technology planning focused primarily on acquiring computers and was simply a process of deciding what type of computers to purchase, how many, and where to place them. The planning process must addressed how technology will be used by students and staff, not just what equipment it will involve.
  • 3. The Second Paradigm Shift The second paradigm shift occurs when the technology planning process integrates the technology into the curriculum.
      • This paradigm shift allows the planning process to have an impact on student learning.
  • 4. A Technology Plan The Fundamental Questions The planning process should be tied directly to the school’s central purpose of educating students and improving learning. What roles do we desire and see for the future of technology and education in our school and community?
        • How will the community be involved?
    What must we do to develop, implement, and continually improve the quality of instruction and learning using technology?
  • 5. A Technology Plan The Fundamental Questions What will our classrooms of the future look like and include?
        • How will instruction be delivered ?
    How and at what levels will students achieve? What do we envision for our learners in the future? What is different about learning with technology?
  • 6. Component Four: Developing Target Area Goals Future Strategies for School Improvement TARGET AREA GOALS Component Three: Assessment Analysis The School Profile Identifying areas of improvement Component Two: Assessment of School’s Present Condition What is and What Should Be Component One : Survey Development Identify specific areas to target Developing Target Area Goals
  • 7. The Five Essential Target Areas Curriculum Integration Professional Development Infrastructure & Telecommunications Equitable use of Technology Assessment and Reporting
  • 8. Target Area #1 CURRICULUM INTEGRATION
    • What kind of software and hardware will be selected to support the curriculum?
    • What kinds of methods will be used for integrating technology into the curriculum?
    • What subject areas will be involved when integrating technology into the curriculum?
    Will teachers and students use technology as an intrical part of interdisciplinary learning?
  • 9. Target Area #2 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
    • Will there be any incentives offered to teachers for professional development training?
    • Will we provide knowledgeable trainers to train teachers in the use of technology?
    • What types of resources will we provide for technology training?
    • Will the technology training be continuous and introduce teachers to various uses of instructional technology?
    • Will the school have access to multi-media resources that will promote ongoing professional development?
    How will professional development promote teacher and staff use of technology as part of the curriculum?
  • 10. Target Area #3 INFRASTRUCTURE
    • How will we supply connectivity to the classroom and administrative areas?
    • How will we provide each teacher with a computers and related equipment needed for his/her duties?
    • How will we obtain funding to purchase the necessary equipment to support this plan?
    • Will there be qualified personnel available to assist students, teachers and staff with computer-related questions or problems?
    Will the district support the necessary infrastructure needed to provide telecommunications and online learning opportunities for students?
  • 11. Target Area #4 EQUITABLE TECHNOLOGY
    • How existing classroom tools, materials and activities might be re-designed to assist all students in achieving learning outcomes.
    • What technologies will be made available to expand access to the general education curriculum for all students?
    How will technology be integrated to assist student disabilities and provide for the special needs of individuals within the district?
  • 12. Target Area #5 ASSESSMENT & REPORTING
    • What provisions will be made for electronic storage of selected student work and information?
    • What types of assessment information will be included electronically to report student progress?
    • What type of software will need to be purchased to meet the need for electronic based student assessment?
    • Will there be an emphasis on training teachers how to use electronic assessment effectively?
    Will technology be incorporated into the assessment and reporting of student progress?