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  • 1. LEA Administrators Conference Atlanta, Georgia March 12, 2009 Plan Change (Listening, Learning, Leading – Session Two) A “Living” Technology Plan
  • 2. Technology Training
    • MTM Video – Dr. Michael Uden, Gail Potratz, Joan Klaas, Dr. Albert Amling, and Gerald Schmidt
    • Reaction to video – small groups
  • 3. A Technology Plan
  • 4. The Real Difference Begins with You
  • 5.  
  • 6.  
  • 7.  
  • 8. Disrupting Class …
    • He is predicting that 50% of the curriculum in high schools (possibly middle schools)will be taught online in 6-10 years, maybe sooner.
  • 9. Disruptive innovation
    • A term of art coined by Clayton Christensen, describes a process by which a product or service takes root initially in simple applications at the bottom of a market and then relentlessly moves ‘up market’, eventually displacing established competitors. 
  • 10. Karen - High School English Teacher
    • “ I have already begun some long-term planning of course alterations I plan to make as a result of my new knowledge gained in this course. I was speaking with one of our library-media specialists about my hope to make the senior composition course a half live/half online course.”
    • This is called a hybrid course.
    • Jeff – Technology and Engineering used Google Groups ….
  • 11. ISTE – Learning and Leading
    • February, 2009
    • Their opinion question for this issue: Should Public Schools be Required to Offer Online k-12 Education?
  • 12. Virtual Education Programs
  • 13.  
  • 14. Teachers and Administrators Need to be Trained
    • “… Before class started, I was nervous to take this course. Not because of the technology part, but because many people kept telling me how awful on-line courses are. Over half of our cohort opted out of this class and enrolled in a reading course instead. I had never taken an online course before, so I had no idea what to expect, but I wanted to try it.”
  • 15.
    • “ Let me tell you, I am so happy I stayed in this class! It has not been awful, it's been fantastic. I find the assignments easy to follow ... I enjoy being able to work from my home and school and yet communicate with my classmates on a regular basis… So to answer the question "How are things going so far?" I would say fabulous...and I feel sorry for the others who are missing out on a great opportunity. Stefanie”
    Let me tell you, I am so happy I stayed in this class! It has not been awful, it's been fantastic. I find the assignments easy to follow ... I enjoy being able to work from my home and school and yet communicate with my classmates on a regular basis… So to answer the question "How are things going so far?" I would say fabulous...and I feel sorry for the others in my cohort
  • 16.
    • 11 Questions to ask yourself on new technologies:
    • Is it focused on student learning?
    • Are there observable results?
    • Does it meet the standards?
    • Can it show results?
    • Does it increase research skills?
    • Does it improve communication skills?
  • 17.
    • What about accountability?
    • Does it improve student collaboration
    • Does it help students communicate globally?
    • Does it help students deal with massive amounts of information?
    • Does it teach our students to be self-directed and understand how to organize more of their own learning?
    • Is it sustainable?
  • 18. “ Fail to plan … plan to fail!” Mind Manager
  • 19. You Tube Video
    • Incident Action Plan – Epic Fail
  • 20.  
  • 21. Important Parts of a “Living” Tech Plan
    • 1.
    • 2.
    • 3.
  • 22. A “Living” Technology Plan Title
    • St. Paul Lutheran School’s Vision for Educational Ministry in the Digital Age
  • 23. Small Group Activity
    • What are the important parts of a comprehensive technology plan?
  • 24.  
  • 25. Small Group Activity
    • Mission and Vision Statements
    • (Core Values)
    • Technology Committee
  • 26.  
  • 27. Directions
    • Groups
    • 1A and 1B work on Standard 1
    • 2A and 2B work on Standard 2
    • 3A and 3B work on Standard 3
    • 4A and 4B work on Standard 4
    • 5A and 5B work on Standard 5
    • Each group is to fill in suggestions in the NEXT STEPS column
  • 28.
    • Performance Indicator(s) I.A. inspire, articulate, and facilitate among all stakeholders a contemporary, shared vision of purposeful change that maximizes use of digital-age resources to meet and exceed learning goals, support effective instructional practice, and maximize performance of district and school leaders.
    Standard I: Inspire Excellence Through Transformational Leadership . Inspire and lead development and implementation of a shared vision for comprehensive integration of technology to transform the educational enterprise and promote excellence throughout the organization. Educational Administrators: Next Steps Share a Vision Statement with the Technology Coordinator – or pastor, or trusted faculty member/s . Share the revised Vision Statement with the Technology Committee and/or Faculty.
  • 29.
    • Questions – Feedback – Recommendations
  • 30. AUP’s
    • Acceptable Use Policies
      • For students
      • For teachers
      • For staff
  • 31. Professional Development for Faculty and Staff
    • Part of the total cost budget
    • In-service
    • College courses
    • Title money
  • 32.
    • Plans for Assessment – What tool/s do you use to check …
      • How you use technology?
      • How the teachers use technology?
      • How technology is integrated into the classroom curriculum?
  • 33. Total Cost Budget
    • Routine maintenance of hardware
    • Making repairs on nonfunctioning equipment – do you repair it?
    • Technical support
    • Disposal of outdated hardware
    • Curriculum and instructional support for classroom technology integration
    • Upgrading hardware and software
  • 34. Organizations You Use to Stay Abreast on Technology Use in Schools
    • ISTE www.iste.org
    • eSchool News
  • 35. Documentation
    • Current Hardware Inventory
    • Current Software Inventory
    • Plan to replace both
  • 36. Strategic Outcomes
    • These should come from your Action Plan
    • Maybe use MTM as an example
  • 37.  
  • 38. Integrating Technology …
    • Involves choosing the correct technology tool
    • To help meet your curriculum or classroom objectives/outcomes.
  • 39. The Kris Reinke Story
  • 40. How
    • Thomas eats his treat slowly.
  • 41. How
    • Jesus died for us willingly .
  • 42. The Mike Schmidt Story
    • Educational Games
  • 43. NETS – Teachers (ISTE)
    • NETS for Teachers Standards and Performance Indicators describes what teachers should know about and be able to do with technology for teaching, learning, and administrative productivity.