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  1. 1. PUT YOUR MONEY WHERE YOUR KIDS ARE! How and why you need to support our district’s 1-to-1 technology initiative by Jessica Lightle
  2. 2. What is the 1-1 Initiative?  Providing every student with a laptop.  Upgrading technology presentation resources.  Improving district-wide infrastructure.
  3. 3. Why 1-to-1? 33% 45% 22% IMPROVEMENT Significant Moderate None
  4. 4. How will 1-to-1 be used?  Taking notes  Word processing  Completing assignments  Creating projects  Communication with peers/teachers
  5. 5. Benefits  Student-centered activities  Hands-on learning  Authentic learning  Project-based learning  Cooperative and collaborative learning  Self-directed learning  Less seatwork, more group work!!!
  6. 6. Cost Saving  Reduce
  7. 7. Funding  Bond  Local Property Taxes  3 % = $3 million
  8. 8. Where does the money go? 5% 65% 10% 20% Column1 Infrastructure Laptops Professional Development Technology Maintenance
  9. 9. Professional Development  Teacher Training New Devices New Data Collection Programs New Software New Lessons!
  10. 10. Implementation Timeline •Bond Proposal •Bond Election Spring 2014 •Purchase Technology •Train Teachers/ Students Fall 2014 •Issue Technology •Implement New Software Usage Spring 2015
  11. 11. Evaluation Plan  2015-2016 School Year  Data Monitoring Software  3 Benchmarks  State Testing
  12. 12. References  Harris, W. J., & Smith, L. (2004). Laptop use by seventh grade students with disabilities:  Perceptions of special education teachers. Maine Learning Technology Initiative. (Research Report #2). Maine Education Policy Research Institute, University of Maine Office. Retrieved from: http://libraries.maine.edu/cre/MEPRIP/MLTIResearchReport2.pdf  Silvernail, D. L., & Harris, W. J. (Eds.). (2003). The Maine Learning Technology  Initiative: Teacher, student, and school perspectives. Mid-year evaluation report.  Maine Education Policy Research Institute. Retrieved from http://www.mcmel.org/MLLS/mlti/mlti.pdf  Silvernail, D. L., & Lane, D. M. M. (2004). The impact of Maine’s one-to-one laptop  program on middle school teachers and students: Phase One summary evidence.  Research report #1. Retrieved from  http://www.bryan.k12.oh.us/Forms/MLTIPhaseOne.pdf  Lowther, D., Strahl, D., Inan, F., & Bates, J. (2007). Freedom to Learn Program  Michigan 2005-2006 Evaluation Report. Memphis, TN: Center for Research in  Education Policy. Retrieved from  http://www.memphis.edu/crep/pdfs/Michighan_Freedom_to_Learn_Laptop_Progr  am.pdf  Lowther, D. L., Strahl, J.D., Zoblotsky, T. A., & Huang, Y. (2008, August). Florida’s  Enhancing Education through Technology: Leveraging laptops: Effective models  for enhancing student achievement. 2007–2008 Evaluation report: Classroom practices. Center for Research in Educational Policy, The University of Memphis. Retrieved from  http://etc.usf.edu/laptops4learning/reports/FL_EETT_Yr2_Final_Report.pdf  Peck, K., Clausen, R., Vilberg, J., Meidl, C., & Murray, O. (2008). Classrooms for the  future: Year 2 evaluation. Report prepared for the Pennsylvania Department of  Education.  Greaves, T., & Hayes, J. (2008). America's digital schools 2008: Six trends to watch.  Shelton, CT: MDR.  Greaves, T., Hayes, J., Wilson, L., Gielniak, M., & Peterson, E. (2010). Project RED key  findings. Shelton, CT: MDR. Retrieved from One-to-One Institute at www.one-to-oneinstitute.org/NewsDetail.aspx?id=85.

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