Technology And Student Achievement

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  • 1. Technology and Student Achievement
    Dan Maas, CIO
    Littleton Public Schools
    Colorado
  • 2. Technology and Student Achievement
  • 3.
  • 4.
  • 5. +11.8%
    +46.5%
    +65.8%
  • 6.
  • 7. Cannetbookusehelpclose
    the
    gender
    gap
    inwriting?
  • 8. 16.1%
    37.0%
    24.9%
  • 9. 5.3%
    2.6%
    6.9%
  • 10. 14.2%
    3.4%
    66.7% moved
    32.3%
    moved
    77% moved
    59%
    moved
  • 11. Boys like netbooks?
    Positive for both
    Very positive for both
  • 12. Technology and Student Achievement
  • 13. Innovation grants:
    Lenski
    Arapahoe
    Euclid
    Sandburg
    Hopkins
    Evaluation
    Powering Up grant:
    w/Englewood
    5 Phase I schools
    Writer’s Workshop
    5th grades only
    +13.7% CSAP gains
    Outpaced 4th grades
  • 20. Innovation grants:
    Lenski
    Arapahoe
    Euclid
    Sandburg
    Hopkins
    Evaluation
    Powering Up grant:
    w/Englewood
    5 Phase I schools
    Writer’s Workshop
    5th grades only
    +13.7% CSAP gains
    Outpaced 4th grades
    New leadership:
    Scores leveling off
    PLC interest
    Data access issues
    90% Goal
    Major shifts:
    PLC structure
    Calendar changes
    Universal Lit. Frame.
    Consolidate data
    Common vision:
    5 Phase I schools
    School Improvement
    Writer’s Workshop
    Co-teaching
  • 27. Inspired
    Innovation grants:
    Lenski
    Arapahoe
    Euclid
    Sandburg
    Hopkins
    Evaluation
    Powering Up grant:
    w/Englewood
    5 Phase I schools
    Writer’s Workshop
    5th grades only
    +13.7% CSAP gains
    Outpaced 4th grades
    Writing
    New leadership:
    Scores leveling off
    PLC interest
    Data access issues
    90% Goal
    Major shifts:
    PLC structure
    Calendar changes
    Universal Lit. Frame.
    Consolidate data
    Common vision:
    5 Phase I schools
    School Improvement
    Writer’s Workshop
    Co-teaching
    21st Century Learning:
    All 5th grades 1:1 netbooks
    All 6th grade Lang. Arts 1:1 netbooks
    All 9th grade Lang. Arts 1:1 netbooks
    Multiple grants awarded
    LPS Foundation support
    Repurpose desktop refresh
    7th and 8th grades planned for 2010
  • 34. Technology and Student Achievement
  • 35. http://eastdragonden.blogspot.com/
    http://mrsurbanek.wikispaces.com/
  • 36. http://gensonscience.wikispaces.com
    http://6blafalcone.wikispaces.com/
  • 37. http://heritage.littletonpublicschools.net/
    http://smith9h0910.blogspot.com/
  • 38. Too many more examples
    Wilder Elementary http://reinert5thgrade.wikispaces.com/
    Wilder Elementary http://wildertechnology.wikispaces.com/
    Twain Elementary http://moorelearning.wikispaces.com/
    Sandburg Elementary http://magruder0809.wikispaces.com/
    Lenski Elementary http://steele5.wikispaces.com/
    Lenski Elementary https://lenskib5.wikispaces.com/
    Highland Elementary close relationship with http://thedeanoftravel.typepad.com/
    Powell Middle http://hamillwiki.wikispaces.com/
    Goddard Middle http://ta6science.wikispaces.com/
    Newton Middle http://wilmespeclasses.blogspot.com/
    Euclid Middle http://lloyds7la.wikispaces.com/
    Heritage High http://ajsmith-english.wikispaces.com/
    Littleton High http://scheibelsclasses.wikispaces.com/
    Arapahoe High http://ahsthisibelieve.wikispaces.com/
    Options Alterative High http://optionshighschool.wikispaces.com/
    … we could keep going…
  • 39. 1st Runner-up
    Winner
    http://thefischbowl.blogspot.com/
    http://soar2newheights.wikispaces.com/
    7 nominations for Edublogger in 2009; 6 ISTE Presentations; 3 NSBA “20 to Watch”
    http://www.littletonpublicschools.net/blogs
  • 40. Technology and Student Achievement
  • 41. Literacy for the 21st Century
    Where did you find it?
    Write your Senator
    Why do you trust it?
    Reach beyond your community
    Obey the law and be sure to vote
    Post it in the hall so visitors can see
    Identity = Currency
    Avoid online danger
    Honor intellectual property
    Connect with the world
    Post it online for the world to see
  • 42. Choose wisely
  • 43.
  • 44. Technology and Student Achievement
  • 45. Reflection guides
    Inspired Learning
    Mishra, P., & Koehler, M. J. (2006). Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge: A new framework for teacher knowledge. Teachers College Record. 108(6), 1017-1054.
  • 46. Inspired Learning Reflection Guide
    Initial impressions to seed your thinking
    Master of classroom strategies, application of learning theory, differentiation techniques, grading practices. Uses data in instructional design and monitors progress. Understands students learning styles and needs. Establishes relationships with community.
    Understands current technology and its relevance for students. Can use technology as a tool to deliver instruction. Can design lessons or activities that allow for students to learn with technology. Digital content, both teacher and student-produced, is pervasive in this classroom.
    Master of the content in the subject area/grade level earning the designation “highly qualified.” Knows, understands, and aligns instruction with LPS Curriculum and Essential Learnings. Stays current in the content of his/her field. Rigor is a tenet of his/her classroom.
  • 47. Inspired Learning Reflection Guide
    How do you identify it? Key indicators
    This teacher is doing some dazzling work: students are engaged, in groups, and on task. Use of technology is seamless and polished. However, Essential Learnings/LPS curricular objectives are not being addressed. Activities lack purpose and do not fit within horizontal/vertical alignments, PLC activities.
    This teacher aligns instruction with LPS curriculum. He/She knows students’ needs, provides learning activities based on those needs, and monitors progress. Formative and summative assessments, and AssessTrack is consulted in instructional design.
    Very little in the way of digital content is used or created in this class.
    Exciting but lacks alignment
    Good but dated
    Modern but not meeting kids’ needs
    This teacher deploys technology in instructional delivery and in learning activities, but in a non-differentiated manner. Little regard is given to progress monitoring and data-driven instruction. Students are completing the same activity, with technology, lockstep.
  • 48. Inspired Writing Reflection Guide
    Synthesize your previous thoughts to create a guide for yourself to help focus on what a successful nexus of these three domains would look like.
    Synthesis:
    Exciting but lacks alignment
    Good but dated
    Modern but not meeting kids’ needs
    http://tinyurl.com/lpstpack
  • 49. Technology and Student Achievement
  • 50. Dan Maas, CIO
    www.littletonpublicschools.net
    Littleton Public Schools