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Byron Public Schools - 2012-15 Technology Plan
 

Byron Public Schools - 2012-15 Technology Plan

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This plan was shared with BPS school board on 2/21/2012.

This plan was shared with BPS school board on 2/21/2012.

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  • 24/7 Learning objects, collaborative projects, audience beyond classroom, Digital Citizen Unit, Increase GAFE, Increase Inquiry/problem based learning, Assistive Technology Plan
  • Formative Assessment, (learning/quick feedback), Games, simulations, Gamification, Critical thinking, PLPs
  • Expand district learning opportunities, PLN, Social Media, Increase OLL Staff,
  • Helpdesk, Wireless Upgrades (N), Cloud Computing, District WAN upgrade, 100mb Full Internet, Tools to support Mobile, Hybrid, OL, F2F learning, Knowledge/Talent ManagementImprove learning, while saving money
  • Social Media (Facebook, Youtube), Infinite Campus, Community Learning, Texting
  • FCC Guidelines for Schools to file for erate. Schools must have
  • Minnesota Instructional Practices SurveyTeacher/Staff Technology Needs DocumentBaldrige Feedback Report - 2005, 2011 Bears Professional Growth Academy Results

Byron Public Schools - 2012-15 Technology Plan Byron Public Schools - 2012-15 Technology Plan Presentation Transcript

  • All students will have engaging and empowering learning experiences in school that prepare them to be active, creative, knowledgeable andethical participants in our global society.
  • Schools andeducators will create a21st century learningenvironment whichuses technology tomeasure studentoutcomes and provideimmediate andmeaningful feedbackfor continuousimprovement
  • Administrators and educators will be supported with technology that connects them to data, content, resources, expertise, and learning experiences that enable and inspire more effective teaching for all learners.
  • Students and educators will haveaccess to a comprehensive 21stcentury technology infrastructureand support system.
  • The district, schools, and educators will improve communication between students, teachers, administrators, parents and the communitythrough the effective use of today’s technology.
  • Professional Development PGA District Aims District Goals Amended Day Building Goals JITT Technology Goals Innovation Fair Screencasting
  • POLICY CHANGES
  • EVALUATION