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  • Examples across curriculum- try to see how it might work in yours..
  • What we want to do is take a look at the things that drove us to the program
  • Then look at how we implemented it and some results-
  • Cultural drivers that come into our kids live in impacts the way they interact and the skills they need and we have to respond to those drivers – choice to fight them or leverage them- need to understand them to do either and many of us don’t
  • 4 yr old story – Media(education) target at you that doesn’t include you may not be worth sitting still for.
  • UCaPP – Mark Federman
  • Evolution of Literacy because of cultural drivers
  • We looked at Nets, 21steentruy partnership NREL and developed our own articulation of literacyArthur Costa and BenaKallick
  • Types of tools, shifts in curriculum- move to 24-7- began to need computers all the time – maybe for short time, want kids to install the plugins
  • Diagnostic – blog reflections to clarify misconceptions, webassign pretests, Formative – reflection, peer review on blogs, dyknow,
  • All the above, cultural drivers and internal transformation lead to esential understanding
  • We might want it to stay like it is/was but there are
  • Wiki books, wiki labs,
  • Click on geography – discussion tab – venue for fromativeassessment.feedbackHistory- accountabilty
  • Metacognitive, diagnostic,english questions
  • Scribd, embedit, slideshare,
  • Move from text to resources on the web -11 th grade is no text, all primarysource, university text, databbase
  • What is RSS -
  • Creativity- Xtimelines, many-eyes, chart gizmos, Google maps
  • Photoessay,Voicethread, WebspirationMindomo, graphic novrl, obama, geometry angles project- creative commons, postcards
  • Sudan,
  • MICDS WHII,Facebook, PROFEssional Development Networks classroom 2.0 Global Collaboration…
  • Q&A
  • Diigo to annotate, PDFannotator
  • OneNote, wiki study guides
  • DyKnow, onenote chat functions during class
  • Software goes home- greater collaboration- forces you to ask better, more inquiry driven questions, ability to screencast a solution lets you send what use to be lecture home
  • Ups the ante when kids write for audience- world is their audience. Ustreampresentaions, blog writing, colllaborate on wikis-
  • Class to class, class to expert, class to external class, global interaction
  • Electronic timestamps, ability to collaborate with you
  • Blogs wikis etc.
  • TPCK
  • Ubd< Dnielsons, Best Practices – not really a shift…it isn’t tech as the driver- its
  • Walk then run – start with some simple things- even traditional uses that use tech and take it one step at a time… always someone to help..
  • Periodic tablet
  • When you have it right.. Tech is like oxygen.. It isn’t the driver, not because of tech but because the possibilities it affords us far surpasses a learning environment that doesn’t include it..
  • Journey to 1

    1. 1. JOURNEY TO 1:1 A Story of Transformation and Possibility
    2. 2. Elizabeth Helfant MICDS
    3. 3. A Look at Key Elements  Convergence of External Pressures to Encourage Change  Internal Evolution of Technology Use  Demand Exceeding Equipment  Curriculum Increasingly Requiring Technology  Professional Development of Faculty  Changing Understanding of Pedagogical Theories and Best Practices
    4. 4. Sharing New Curriculum  Cool Projects  Research Approach  Shift to Skills over Content  Discussion of Assessment Strategies  Rise in Integrated Units/Trans-Disciplinary Work
    5. 5. Cultural Drivers
    6. 6.
    7. 7. Participatory Culture I was having dinner with a group of friends about a month ago, and one of them was talking about sitting with his four-year-old daughter watching a DVD. And in the middle of the movie, apropos nothing, she jumps up off the couch and runs around behind the screen. That seems like a cute moment. Maybe she’s going back there to see if Dora is really back there or whatever. But that wasn’t what she was doing. She started rooting around in the cables. And her dad said, “What you doing?” And she stuck her head out from behind the screen and said, “Looking for four-year-olds Here’s something the mouse.” know: A screen that ships without a mouse ships broken. Here’s something four-year-olds know: Media that’s targeted at you but doesn’t include you may not be worth sitting still for •Shift from Consuming Knowledge to Evaluating, Constructing, and Creating Knowledge
    8. 8. FlatWorld Ideology
    9. 9. SOCIAL NETWORKING Ubiquitously connected and pervasively proximate
    10. 10. Evolution of Literacy
    11. 11. •Basic Literacy and Habits of Mind •Visual/Media Literacy •Information Literacy •Inter-Cultural Awareness •Digital Citizenship •Network Literacy
    12. 12. Internal Pressures
    13. 13. MICDS CULTURE BT BEFORE TABLETS Lab and Cart Based Integration Issues with access outside of class (hardware and software) Issues with installation and customization of machine to create a PLE DyKnow as Delivery Tool
    14. 14. Curriculum Increasingly Student Centered Collaborative, Networked, Transparent  WikiStudy Pages  Ning Learning Spaces  US History Course  Zoho Notebook  Web 2.0 Devices Quizlet Click2Map Voicethread xTimeline and Diigo
    15. 15. Curriculum Increasingly Calling on Software, Browser Add Ons  DyKnow  Math Applications- SketchUp, Maple, Logger Pro  Video Editing  Photo Editing  Toolbars – Diigo, Google Notebook, Zotero
    16. 16. Assessment Transforming with Transparency  Diagnostic/PreAssessment  Formative  Summative
    17. 17. Students are more engaged in the learning process Students provide support system for each other Students identify their strengths and weaknesses and learn to navigate group work accordingly Students ENJOY learning. Students employ creativity, critical thinking, and innovation to a greater extent
    19. 19. "If we teach today like we taught yesterday, we rob our children of tomorrow.” -John Dewey, Educator and Philosopher =R0_WhSdsgBo
    20. 20. Faculty Professional Development
    21. 21. Variety of Opportunities  Classes on UbD, Differentiation  MICDS SUMMER INSTITUTE  Nings (Internal and External)  Tool Based  Book Clubs  PD Days
    22. 22. Networking for Professional Development Classroom 2.0 EnglishCompanion Global Collaborations New Media Literacies Library 2.0
    23. 23. Developing Understanding of Pedagogical Theory
    24. 24. TPACK, UbD and DI
    25. 25. Mind, Brain, and Education Science Research informs the way we approach teaching and learning-
    26. 26. The Learning Zone
    27. 27. SOME IDEAS! Sharing Curriculum
    28. 28. Teaching Collaboration
    29. 29. WIKI BOOKS
    30. 30. WIKI LABS
    31. 31. Wiki Literature
    32. 32. WIKI Lesson Plans
    33. 33. GOOGLE Writing Assignments
    34. 34. Google Spreadsheets and Forms
    35. 35. Scribe Blogs
    36. 36. Embeddable and Shareable
    37. 37. Information Literacy Evolution of Textbooks
    38. 38. Making Research Transparent LiveBinders
    39. 39. Managing the Information Flow iGoogle Google Reader Feedbeater
    40. 40. Basic Literacy/Habits of Mind
    41. 41. Visual Literacy
    42. 42. InterCultural Literacy Student Video
    43. 43. Networked Literacy
    44. 44. Facebook 1800s
    46. 46. Project Based Learning •AP Museum •WikiBooks •Adv History Documentaries •Frederick Douglass Debates •Global Climate Change Symposium
    47. 47. Regular US History  Thematic Units  Online  Student Portfolios
    48. 48. AP US History  Photo Essay  Facebook 1800  History Museum  Wiki  Final Project  Twittering the Cuban Missile Crisis
    49. 49. WORLD HISTORY  Putting it All Together  Using UbD and DI- a 14 Day Unit on World Imperialism  Diigo – Guided Reading  Differentiated Reading with DyKnow  Google Map Tours  Comic Life Cartoons  Scaffolded Research with Wetpaint Wikis, Livebinder and Netvibes  Wiki Risk Game  OneNote Shared Binders
    50. 50. Role of the Library  MICDS Library
    51. 51. New Curriculum  Trimesters
    52. 52. Final Assessment  Portfolios  Projects  Performances  Exams
    54. 54. SHIFTs in the classroom
    55. 55. Shift to Paperless /
    56. 56. Shift to Electronic Materials 1132@N00/134329177/
    57. 57. Shift to Shared, Collaborative, Electronic Notes
    58. 58. Shift to Two Way Lectures
    59. 59. Shift in Homework
    60. 60. Shift in Audience
    61. 61. Shift to Increased Connections
    62. 62. Shift to Transparent Learning
    63. 63. Shift to Student Centered Classrooms
    64. 64. Shift to More Choice/Greater Differentiation
    65. 65. Shift to Self-Reflection and Peer Review
    66. 66. Informal Tests and Academic Performance checks for Quizzes Prompts Tasks understanding Shift in Assessment
    67. 67. Shift to Conversational Learning
    68. 68. Shift to Networked Concept 4195/ 2/
    69. 69. Shift in Teacher Tool Kit
    70. 70. Shift in Teaching Models
    71. 71. Shift in Teaching Theories/Defining Documents Ub Danielson’s Domains D Marzano’s Best Practices Web 2.0 that Works Image-
    72. 72. Shift in Professional Development/Growth
    73. 73. Not Really a Shift It isn’t tech as the driver, its what’s best for preparing students’ for their
    74. 74. Thought Two COLLective Capacity
    75. 75. Pancake Principal 852@N00/1347435508/
    76. 76. Growth Mindset
    77. 77. Baby Steps
    78. 78. Thought Three Oxygen
    79. 79. Chris Lehman quote “Technology needs to be like Oxygen; Ubiquitous, Necessary, and Invisible.”