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Presentation by Dr. Joan E. Hughes on November 8, 2010 for SETDA - State Educational Technology Directors Association (http://www.setda.org/). …

Presentation by Dr. Joan E. Hughes on November 8, 2010 for SETDA - State Educational Technology Directors Association (http://www.setda.org/).
This was a 10 minute talk to get a working group started on the topic "Helping Educators Transform Their Practice."

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  • This school case did not achieve technology integration (based on our definition) though they seem to be disposed towards making it happen.
  • Replacement (same with tech), Amplification (intensification – more, faster, better), Transformation (unattainable without) (consider the following dimensions: instruction, learning, curriculum)
  • Word processing – typing up papers (not process writing)
    Clickers – amplify assessment; more student attention; transform – richer discussion ?
    Mobiles (itouch, iphone): amplify – location of access to same info
    Sophie – transform curriculum “rethink book” – new rhetorical form; transform learning – includes collaboration
  • We make teachers do the hardest work, alone on their own.
    We provide a little direction but make teachers do the hardest work … alone (bringing together T, C, and P)
  • (opinion leaders – technical ability, social connectedness, and reflect system’s norms) with administrators who all have “shared vision”

    “most people do not use scientific studies to determine worthy innovations. Most people depend mainly upon a subjective evaluation of an innovation that is conveyed to them from other individuals like themselves who have already adopted the innovation” (Rogers, 2001, p. 19)
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    • 1. TechEdges.orgTechEdges.org J O A N E . H U G H E S A S S O C I A T E P R O F E S S O R , L E A R N I N G T E C H N O L O G I E S T H E U N I V E R S I T Y O F T E X A S A T A U S T I N Transformative Technology Integration in Classrooms
    • 2. 1/30/2015Dr. Joan E. Hughes TechEdges.org Y O U M U S T D E F I N E I T . W H A T D O E S I T M E A N ? Technology Integration
    • 3. TechEdges.org 1/30/2015Dr. Joan E. Hughes Technology Integration My Definition  The use of digital information communication technologies by teachers and/or students that support socio-constructivist instruction and learning of subject area content.
    • 4. TechEdges.org 1/30/2015Dr. Joan E. Hughes Technology Integration My Definition … broken down  The use of technologies (tools with processors, silicon chips, programming built into them);  by teachers and/or students (and leaders!) that support;  participation in activities with others using materials that are contextually- and culturally-relevant across time and spaces;  that help development of knowledge of science, math, English, social studies, physical education ….
    • 5. TechEdges.org 1/30/2015Dr. Joan E. Hughes TechEdges.org Saguaro Middle School Case Study
    • 6. TechEdges.org 1/30/2015Dr. Joan E. Hughes TechEdges.org Student technology knowledge/experience is underutilized in school 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% Create or change digital pictures or art (Photoshop, Illustrator, iPhoto) 59% Create or change digital audio (Audacity, GarageBand) 26% Create or change digital video (iMovie, MovieMaker, PhotoStory) 46% Share your creations (pictures, audio, video) online (iPhoto, flickr, podcasts, vodcasts) 63% Create or change web pages (e.g., Dreamweaver, iweb, googlepages) 31% Students' In/Out of School Use - Creativity Applications In school Out of school Both In and Out of School
    • 7. TechEdges.org 1/30/2015Dr. Joan E. Hughes TechEdges.org Teachers report more personal tech use than educational 2.33 2.67 3.5 1.88 6.67 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Create or change digital pictures or art (Photoshop, Illustrator, iPhoto) 52% Create or change digital audio (Audacity, GarageBand) 13% Create or change digital video (iMovie, MovieMaker, PhotoStory) 17% Share your creations (pictures, audio, video) online (iPhoto, flickr, podcasts, vodcasts) 35% Create or change web pages (e.g., Dreamweaver, iweb, googlepages) 17% Teachers' Personal vs. Educational Use of Creativity Technologies Reported on a scale of 1-7 from All personal use (1), Uses equally between home and school (4) to All educational use (7) All Personal Use Personal & Educ Use All Educ Use
    • 8. TechEdges.org 1/30/2015Dr. Joan E. Hughes TechEdges.org Teachers are technologically confident 1 1.5 2 2.5 3 3.5 4 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 MeanScore Individual Teachers Teacher Digital Self-Efficacy Teachers reported on a scale of 1-4 from Strongly disagree (1) to Strongly agree (4); n=16 HIGH LOW
    • 9. TechEdges.org 1/30/2015Dr. Joan E. Hughes TechEdges.org NETS-A Profile: ‘Teaching & Learning’ standard needs development
    • 10. 1/30/2015Dr. Joan E. Hughes TechEdges.org W H A T D O E S I T M E A N ? C O N S I D E R A F R A M E W O R K … R . A . T . Transformation
    • 11. TechEdges.org 1/30/2015Dr. Joan E. Hughes R. A. T. Category Effect, Quality R. Replacement No change or effect besides introduction of technology. Substitute, proxy, stand-in. A. Amplification Intensification effect – more, faster, better, clearer, stronger T. Transformation Novel creation effect – unattainable experience, action; alteration, change, restructure, reorganize
    • 12. TechEdges.org 1/30/2015Dr. Joan E. Hughes How does the technology impact: Instruction, Learning, and/or Curriculum Replacement Amplification Transfo- rmation Teachers will develop technology- supported practices that range across R, A, & T
    • 13. 1/30/2015Dr. Joan E. Hughes TechEdges.org I T R E Q U I R E S E D U C A T I O N A L C H A N G E . Why is there a dearth of “T” Transformation?
    • 14. TechEdges.org 1/30/2015Dr. Joan E. Hughes “Real Educational Change” Is:  Change in materials/resources  Change in behaviors / teaching practices  Change in beliefs!  Fullan, M. (2007). The new meaning of educational change (4th ed.). New York: Teachers College.
    • 15. TechEdges.org 1/30/2015Dr. Joan E. Hughes TechEdges.org We leave the hardest work for the teachers to do …alone with few/no resources Technology Pedagogy Content Professional Development often focuses here  Moving content into the mix can be used to challenge current beliefs
    • 16. 1/30/2015Dr. Joan E. Hughes TechEdges.org T O W A R D A C H I E V I N G T R A N S F O R M A T I V E T E C H N O L O G Y I N T E G R A T I O N I N T H E C L A S S R O O M How do we support teachers in engaging in educational change?
    • 17. TechEdges.org 1/30/2015Dr. Joan E. Hughes Strategies  Collaboratively develop an institutional ‘shared meaning’ of transformative technology integration  Establish reflective practice in learning communities  Focus on content-specific professional learning  Start with content-specific problems-of-practice  Search for technological solutions  Enable technology integration specialists with capacity, direction, resources, & power to make change