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  • This is quite a topic. The question used to be asked: should we get all teachers to use technology? Now the question is, how do we get all teachers to use technology? Using the theme, A Classroom Metamorphosis, I will share the story of how St. Paul Bonduel went from a good school to a model school. This story has been, and continues to be, repeated by a number of other Lutheran schools. I will also share some stories and examples that demonstrate how the MTM Project continues to serve our Lutheran school administrators, technology coordinators, and teachers. I will talk about the importance of articulating a vision for your place, having a comprehensive technology plan, and providing professional development for your faculty and staff. I understand this was a major theme at this year’s ISTE (NECC) Conference. It is also a theme that shows up in just about every book I read these days – I know I should be reading different books ….. Like Steve Jobs (Co founder of Apple and now its Chief Executive Officer) I have to admit that our MTM program is not perfect. Like Steve Jobs I have some things to give away free – this afternoon – an ipad and five 2 gigabyte thumb drives. BUT – I do it gladly ….. I want to share some things that I have seen work over the past 7 years to change how teachers teach and how schools serve their students and families. I will try to provide an example of how this works by sharing some of stories with you. Then I will try to provide some examples of Lutheran educators have done in a couple of our classes. Getting all teachers to use technology – How do you do this? This question is being asked more and more by principals – technology coordinators – AND teachers. Check number of teachers in MO who have taken classes and who is or just did 1000 have, 18000 to go Do this later - Share top three things – Vision – planning with emphasis on comprehensive tech plan – professional development Then go back to a classroom metamorphosis – metamorpho – Dr. Del Tackett – The Truth Project – Transformation – teachers become facilitators of learning …. Show graph of 2009 - use hyperlinks to do this
  • Dr. Del Tackett – The Truth Project – Focus on the Family – He coined this term – to transform – more than just to say change – thus the butterfly templates
  • This is the way I felt about St. Paul and the use of technology use in our curriculum. I felt we were not moving quick enough to intercept the puck – the public school was …. Our students always performed well after they graduated from St. Paul. I wanted that to continue.
  • Student Learning is the main focus and I wanted my faculty to The How and Why of technology - We explore this issue in the Integrating Technology in the Classroom class. In the mid 1990’s I started feeling a need to do more for our school in the area of technology use. The Bonduel public school was becoming better at using technology – their reputation for doing this was also growing. Our faculty often was invited to participate in their summer Eisenhower technology institute activities – and we did. I felt we needed to do more as many of my faculty knew the “how” of technology, but the why. There needed to be more than keyboarding and Accelerated Math and Accelerate Reading.
  • Things are happening so quick today that it can be overwhelming – Kindle, iPod, iPhone, iPad – texting, instant messaging, sophisticated cell phones, Web 2.0 (3.0 is coming soon), Interactive WhiteBoards (SmartBoard, Permethean, …) 1- 1 computing,
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    • 1. ED 203 Educational Technologies ED 203 Classroom Orientation September 1 and 3, 2010
    • 2. Orientation Agenda
      • Prayer
      • Overview of ED 203
        • Part face-to-face and part online (hybrid)
      • Take a look at Unit One and parts of Unit Three
      • Questions
    • 3. Textbook for ED 203 THE WWW
    • 4.  
    • 5. Metamorpho – Dr. Del Tackett
      • “ It’s not about Technology, It’s about Changing the way we Teach ”
      http:// www.edutopia.org/digital-generation
    • 6. “ I skate to where the puck is going to be, not where it has been.” Wayne Gretzky
    • 7. Like Steve Jobs, I confess – This class is not perfect...
    • 8. And, like Steve, I also am giving away some free things …
    • 9. Disclaimer – Technology is not our Savior
    • 10.
      • Technology is a tool used to support, enhance and expand the classroom curriculum
      • It seems many know the "How" of technology, but need to learn more about the "Why" of technology .
      We do not teach technology, we teach children.
    • 11. Some Themes Covered
      • Integration of technology in the curriculum
        • What it means to do this
        • Application of it (Class Project)
      • Change
      • Internet Literacy
      • Life-long Learning
    • 12. Change Today it is a Blur!
    • 13. CUW Portal: http://my.cuw.edu
    • 14. Atomic Learning
    • 15. Atomic Learning On CUW Portal click on Resources scroll down and find Atomic Learning in the middle column. Click on “Launch Atomic Learning.”
    • 16. CUW Portal: http://my.cuw.edu
    • 17. ED 203 Home Page
    • 18. Tentative Overview of Course
    • 19. Part of Class Home Page – Video Tutorials
    • 20. Home Page Top Menu Bar
    • 21. Lessons Tab
    • 22.  
    • 23.  
    • 24. Once you have completed your assignment, save it to a location you can access easily. At the assignment site, click on attachment, browse to where you saved the document and double click on it. Then click submit. On each assignment include the assignment’s title, the course with its section number, and your name. Activity One Ed 203 0 or 2 Frank Wegner
    • 25. Assignment Attachments
    • 26.  
    • 27. Don’t forget to click on the submit button
    • 28. Discussion Board
    • 29.
      • Click on New Post
      • Do “Post title:”
      • Type in the body of your message.
      • Put the name of the person you are posting to and include your name at the end.
      • Click on “Save.”
      To see all of the posts, including the replies, click on the [+] sign next to “Post Title”.
    • 30. Photo Story 3
      • Unit Three calls for you to use Photo Story 3 for a project
        • You need to download it (it is free)
        • Follow directions to develop your project
        • There are helps
          • Atomic Learning
          • http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/digitalphotography/PhotoStory/default.mspx
    • 31. Photo Story 3
      • Does not work on Mac machines
        • Use iPhote
        • Must save it in a Quick Time before posting it.
      • Does not work on Windows 7 machines
      • Windows XP is best. It does work on Vista machines.
    • 32. Animoto
      • Contact me to get information to use this program.
    • 33. Class Projects
      • Wednesday, December 15, 2010
      • Friends of Concordia Room
      • I will set up times to sign up for.
      • Perhaps 10-12 students at a time.
      • Five minutes to present project to the group.
      • You will need to post your projects before this date so I get to see them ahead of time.
    • 34. Contact Information
      • [email_address]
      • [email_address]
      • Email within the class
      • 715-526-2932 Office
      • 715-304-8633 Cell
      • I am here to help you be successful with this class.
    • 35.
      • I look forward to working with you as we take this adventure!
      • Questions/Concerns

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