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This PowerPoint was shared with the Byron School board on November 10, 2008.

This PowerPoint was shared with the Byron School board on November 10, 2008.

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  • 1. Online Learning Byron Public Schools
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  • 3. In the next 10 years, there will be a dramatic shift toward online learning: Patrick, Suzanne (2008). Future issues in online learning. Threshold Magazine , Retrieved 10-2008, from http://www.ciconline.org/thresholdfall08
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  • 6. Every school leader will understand the importance of online learning to expand access to opportunities, prepare students for college and the workforce, and reduce inequities that exist in our education system.
  • 7. Every school will use class time and building space differently in order to promote collaboration, communication, and creative activities.
  • 8. Every school and community will have a high-speed, broadband, wireless Internet infrastructure that allows each student to access a full menu of online courses, services, and programs at any time, any place, and any pace.
    • Every school will offer teacher-led, online courses — both blended and distant — to serve every child ’ s need with individualized opportunities.
    • Every school will offer teacher-led, online courses — both blended and distant — to serve every child ’ s need with individualized opportunities.
    • Every school will offer teacher-led, online courses — both blended and distant — to serve every child ’ s need with individualized opportunities.
  • 9. Every teacher will be trained to use digital content for instruction and to have strategies that increase the problem solving, collaborative, and critical-thinking skills of students, while monitoring the progress of student academic growth and performance.
    • Every school will offer teacher-led, online courses — both blended and distant — to serve every child ’ s need with individualized opportunities.
    • Every school will offer teacher-led, online courses — both blended and distant — to serve every child ’ s need with individualized opportunities.
    • Every school will offer teacher-led, online courses — both blended and distant — to serve every child ’ s need with individualized opportunities.
  • 10. Every teacher will understand how to manage course progress, collaboration, new assessment models, and e-portfolios.
  • 11. Every teacher will be able to individualize instruction and track data on student performance.
  • 12. Every student will be able to choose the best courses to fit their individual needs in meeting academic standards, knowledge, and skills development.
  • 13. PROACTIVE vs REACTIVE Byron Public Schools HAS the talent to move forward!
  • 14. Priority Questions How does Byron Public Schools better serve its students and keep them on campus? How does Byron Public Schools prepare its Students for College and workforce? Is it possible to generate revenue to serve the needs of other students from other districts ?
  • 15.
    • Blended (extends the f2f classroom with online activities)
    • Hybrid (partial f2f – partial online)
    • Full online (all coursework done on the Internet)
  • 16.
    • What have we done so far?
    • Created a committee including teachers, principal, superintendent, counselor, IS Mgr, 1 school board member
    • Joined a collaborative through SSC/and the Northeast Coop
    • Trained 5 teachers in Moodle – a Course Management System (Fulkner, Tweite, Gilbertson, Adkins, Bucknell)
    • Met with the teachers and committee to develop next steps
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    • Every school will offer teacher-led, online courses — both blended and distant — to serve every child ’ s need with individualized opportunities.
    • Every school will offer teacher-led, online courses — both blended and distant — to serve every child ’ s need with individualized opportunities.
    • Every school will offer teacher-led, online courses — both blended and distant — to serve every child ’ s need with individualized opportunities.
    • Next Steps
    • Jen - Survey state/regional contacts in regards to the Course Management System
    • Teacher Team - 5 teachers that received training determine classes that could possibly go Online for 09-10. Also to determine what classes could do "blending" this year.
    • Teacher Team + Jen - look at current contract language in MN regarding OLL learning and to figure out what it ($) looks like?
    • Jen - to give brief update of OLL progress to School board on Nov 10.
    • Teacher Team - give Julie update if you will be adding online extension to classes (blending) for registration guide. (No later than Dec 15)
    • Other teachers - determine if interested in learning Moodle. (May be March training)
    • Next Meeting - Dec 3 3:05pm. District Office Board Room.
  • 18. Hurdles – Scheduling, Training, Time Strengths – Byron Staff (talent and innovation), Byron Technology and Infrastructure, Time

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