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  • In a school where 21st Century students are actively engaged in successfully learning a challenging curriculum, they are completing authentic tasks that they see as being relevant to the life they will lead once they are outside of school. The world they live in outside of school does not seem to end at the classroom door. They collaborate with their peers and communicate with multiple audiences to answer questions and construct their own solutions to problems relating to the field of discipline they are studying. They are developing higher order thinking skills using multiple sources of input and have varied ways to master, and show mastery, of concepts. (NETS S)

    Image from National Education Technology Plan p11
  • The teachers in such a school access a wide variety of resources to provide rich learning experiences for their students. They collaborate with other teachers to share knowledge and lessons. They stay up to date with research on teaching and learning as well as in their discipline. Teachers frequently assess their students through both formative and summative assessments, including alternative assessments. Student data is frequently monitored to guide the teacher’s planning for individuals and classes. Technology is used at all phases of instruction, when it is appropriate to the educational objective. Teachers model, and students practice, ethical, safe, and responsible behaviors when using technology. (NETS T)

    Image from National Education Technology Plan p40
  • What is the current Status of Educational Technology in Our Schools?
  • On all counts, based on the data from our surveys and personal observation in our buildings, a start has been made in each of these areas, but continued work is needed. The technology plan should include goals which allow for further individualization of learning experiences, teaching and learning strategies which are tailored to the needs of this new generation of students, exposure to 21st century work force skills, and introduction to active involvement in the global community.
  • There is an employee training lab at the Corwin IB School where teachers can take free classes in diverse types of training. This month, the offerings include SmartBoard Training Kick-off, the first two hours of a 7.5 hour after school class in the use of a SmartBoard.
    Online courses are available for Clickers, SmartBoard, Mobi, and Promethean boards.
    Classes can be scheduled at individual schools on request if there are five or more teachers who wish for the same training.
    Online training through outside agencies is promoted on the technology department website, including training through PBS TeacherLine and Verizon/Thinkfinity.
    Last year, 29 EETT grant participants took part in monthly, full-day, trainings that offered instruction and lesson-sharing opportunities in the use of the clickers, Mobi board, document camera, flip video camera, and digital projector that each had received. The same cadre of teachers took part in the ISTE conference over the summer. The materials and lesson plans created by this group formed the core of material used to start a district-wide integration wiki, intended as a resource for teachers.[


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    • 1. Technology Plan Martha McKeehan Kathy Santersero By PresenterMedia.com
    • 2. •VISION
    • 3. •A Model of Learning Powered by Technology Image from National Education Technology Plan 2010
    • 4. •Connected Teaching Builds Competencies and Expertise Image from National Education Technology Plan 2010
    • 5. •NEEDS ASSESSMENT
    • 6. • What is the current level of curriculum integration and teacher knowledge? • SurveyMonkey Survey • Morton Elementary • Fulton Heights •Curriculum Integration
    • 7. •Current Technology Knowledge I feel comfortable using: 0.00 1.00 2.00 3.00 4.00 5.00 6.00 7.00 Search Engines Blog WebQuest Wiki SchoolFusion e-mail Productivity Software Podcast/vodcast
    • 8. •Current Usage I use, or would use if I had, for classroom instruction…: 0.00 1.00 2.00 3.00 4.00 5.00 6.00 7.00 PowerPoint Clickers Digital Projector Notebook Software Flip video camera Document Camera
    • 9. •All Pueblo City Schools students successfully complete a comprehensive individualized education plan to prepare them to enter 21st century academic pursuits and the global work force. Objective 1 •Pueblo City Schools will provide a system of support for students to be civil, responsible, healthy, and involved members of the global community. Objective 4 •All Pueblo City Schools are conducive to superior teaching and learning, and are capable of responding to diverse needs of 21st Century learners.Objective 5 •District Technology Integration Plan Where are we?
    • 10. • What development opportunities are currently available for our staff? • What do they want? • What is available now? •Professional Development
    • 11. •Desired Professional Development I would like to learn about: 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% Use a document camera Use clickers to increase engagement Use Assistive Software applications Use clickers for assessment Use technology for increased differentiation Use the Internet to connect my students with other… Use the internet to connect with other educators Create/use a class blog Use Thinkfinity to access online lessons/tools Create/use a class wiki Create/conduct a WebQuest
    • 12. •Staff Development Opportunities Where are we now? Corwin IB School Teacher Training Lab Online courses Third-party Training EETT grant cohort Face-to-Face Online Mentoring/ Collaboration Face-to-Face Online Custom classes
    • 13. • What is the status of parental/community involvement? • SurveyMonkey Survey • Online • Paper •Community Engagement
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