TelecommunicationsTelecommunications
and Distance Learningand Distance Learning
Technology TrainingTechnology Training
Ros...
2
House Bill 1815House Bill 1815
3
TopicsTopics
Background
Goals and Status
Southwest Region
Challenges
Future Directions
4
BackgroundBackground
Telephone Bill
Representative Larry Adair, D-
Stilwell Senator Ben Robinson,
D-Muskogee
Signed June...
TelecommunicationsTelecommunications
Technology Training FundTechnology Training Fund
¢
Service providers contribute annua...
6
PurposePurpose
“...to provide statewide teacher
training in the most effective
use of telecommunications and
distance le...
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StructureStructure
Six consortia
Full-time coordinators
Training Levels
Master Trainers (MT)
Lead Technology Teachers (L...
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GoalGoal
“...to develop a Lead Technology
Teacher in every wing of every
educational institution in the
state of Oklahom...
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ChallengeChallenge
Teachers in Oklahoma
648
51,140
Public Institutions
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ChallengeChallenge
1,817 K-12 school sites
32 Higher Ed institutions
54 Vo-tech campuses
1,903 Total sites
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Southwest ChallengeSouthwest Challenge
6,039 K-12
294 Higher Education
181 Vo-tech
9 Skills Centers/DOC
6,523 Total Tea...
Coordinator
Six RegionsSix Regions
SouthwestSouthwest
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Specific GoalSpecific Goal
FY 1999 Goal:
2,236 teachers
FY 1999 Actual:
2,032 teachers
91%91%
of Goalof Goal
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CurrentlyCurrently
374 Master Trainers
2,204 Lead Technology Teachers
84% K-12
10% Higher Ed
6% Vo-Tech
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More SpecificallyMore Specifically
200 Sessions
73 Locations
56% of all public institutions
74 Counties represented
1 i...
Training Site
Six RegionsSix Regions
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Southwest FiguresSouthwest Figures
74 Master Trainers
301 Lead Technology Teachers
375 Total Trained
5.7 Percent Traine...
CompetenciesCompetencies
Level One
Level Two
Level Three
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RequirementsRequirements
Level One competencies
Administrative support
Commitment
Time!
21
Level 2 ContentLevel 2 Content
Multimedia and presentations
IETV and video conferencing
Internet and web development
Le...
22
Level 3 ContentLevel 3 Content
True technology integration
Teacher-centered instruction
Learner-centered instruction
Pe...
23
AccomplishmentsAccomplishments
Curriculum
College credit
Partnerships
Presentations at local, regional,
and state confe...
24
FY 2000 GoalsFY 2000 Goals
Level 2 Level 3
Training Sessions 159 50
MTs 70 350
LTTs 1,800 487
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Southwest GoalsSouthwest Goals
Level 2 Level 3
Training Sessions 20 5
MTs 0 75
LTTs 200 50
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FundingFunding
$7,000,000 over 5 years
~ $1.4 million per year
Based on teacher counts
27
Southwest FundingSouthwest Funding
FY00 $192,016
Carryover ~ $180,000
Total ~ $370,000
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Allowable ExpensesAllowable Expenses
Coordinator < $85,000
salary/benefits, office, travel
Training
MT sal/ben, travel,...
29
ChallengesChallenges
Marketing
Training Facilities
Training Equipment
Scheduling
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Future DirectionsFuture Directions
Level 3 training
LTT stipends
Substitute pay
Follow-up sessions
Marketing
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HB 1815 SummaryHB 1815 Summary
Background
Goals and Status
Southwest Region
Challenges
Future Directions
32
ImpactImpact
33
Task Force SummaryTask Force Summary
“…this program has been very
successful and cost effective.”
Coberly, William A., ...
34
Task Force SummaryTask Force Summary
“The vision of the legislature,“The vision of the legislature,
the administration ...
QuestionsQuestions
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    &amp;quot;There is hereby created within the Oklahoma Department of Vocational and Technical Education the Oklahoma Telecommunications Technology Training Fund. Beginning September 1, 1997, each local exchange telecommunications service provider shall annually contribute seventy-five cents ($.75) per retail local exchange access line to the Oklahoma Telecommunications Technology Training Fund until the total amount contributed by all providers to the Fund equals Seven Million Dollars ($7,000,000.00). . .
    . . . The Oklahoma Telecommunications Technology Training Fund shall be administered by the Oklahoma Department of Vocational and Technical Education working in conjunction with OneNet, and shall be used to provide statewide teacher training in the most effective use of telecommunications and distance learning technology for the enhancement of education throughout the state. Local exchange telecommunications service providers serving fifteen percent (15%) or more of the access lines in the state may not apply for recovery of the contributions made to the Oklahoma Telecommunications Technology Training Fund from the Oklahoma Universal Service Fund created in Section 6 of this act. All monies in the Oklahoma Telecommunications Technology Training Fund shall be expended only for the purposes set forth in this subsection.&amp;quot; - HB 1815, SECTION 9.C.
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    206 sessions
    30.3 hours average, range from 25 to 40
    5.04% of all teachers trained
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    206 sessions
    30.3 hours average, range from 25 to 40
    5.04% of all teachers trained
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    Level 1 covers basic computer skills, Internet skills, and office suite skills. In order for teachers to participate in telecommunications and distance learning technology training, they must have level one competencies and skills.
    * On-off, file management, basic management (shortcuts, open/close programs, copy, move, delete, save, editing, etc.),
    * Office suite(WP, DB, SS, presentation)
    * Have equipment and connectivity available for practice and use
    Level 2 Competencies and skills covers presentation technology, distance learning technology, Internet integration, web page development, video production, and other curriculum/technology integration techniques. Upon Completion of the telecommunications and distance learning technology training Level 2 instruction, participants will be able to:
    * Integrating technology and Internet usage into existing curriculum (search, evaluation, virtual field trips), develop an interactive web page for instructional purposes for students to access on their own time and location, and also for administrative or management functions
    * Convert learning modules to multimedia format which may be used in classroom presentations, Internet, and other distance education media. Adapt content from existing courses to design an effective instructional format for distance delivery including video, presentation graphics, and the Internet.
    * Provide hands-on training in the effective use of technology being deployed in OneNet and other IETV interactive video classrooms, including an overview of distance learning and design, planning, and management of distance learning courses, the distance education environment, and its capabilities and limitations, roles and responsibiilites of facilitators
    * Discuss ethical and legal issues involving technology
    Level 3 skills consist of advanced distance learning technology and interactive multimedia curriculum development. Level 3 will prepare the teachers to develop completely technology integrated curriculum.
    * Demonstrate competency in classroom and distance teaching tht includes use of video, audio, graphics, the Internet, electronic field trips and interactive multimedia development and delivery modes
    * Fully develop and implement self-contained teaching units that combine multimedia, the Internet, database literacy and applications, video-based componenets, and distance education communicating interactively with students
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    OTA - training for administrators
    Compaq - presentations, software, discount on equipment
    Boxlight Corporation - any of their projectors
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  • HB 1815 Teacher Training Southwest Region Update

    1. 1. TelecommunicationsTelecommunications and Distance Learningand Distance Learning Technology TrainingTechnology Training Rose Bonjour Telecommunications Coordinator ODVTE
    2. 2. 2 House Bill 1815House Bill 1815
    3. 3. 3 TopicsTopics Background Goals and Status Southwest Region Challenges Future Directions
    4. 4. 4 BackgroundBackground Telephone Bill Representative Larry Adair, D- Stilwell Senator Ben Robinson, D-Muskogee Signed June 13, 1997
    5. 5. TelecommunicationsTelecommunications Technology Training FundTechnology Training Fund ¢ Service providers contribute annually 75 per retail local exchange access line
    6. 6. 6 PurposePurpose “...to provide statewide teacher training in the most effective use of telecommunications and distance learning technology for the enhancement of education throughout the state.” “...to provide statewide teacher training in the most effective use of telecommunications and distance learning technology for the enhancement of education throughout the state.”
    7. 7. 7 StructureStructure Six consortia Full-time coordinators Training Levels Master Trainers (MT) Lead Technology Teachers (LTT)
    8. 8. 8 GoalGoal “...to develop a Lead Technology Teacher in every wing of every educational institution in the state of Oklahoma.”
    9. 9. 9 ChallengeChallenge Teachers in Oklahoma 648 51,140 Public Institutions
    10. 10. 10 ChallengeChallenge 1,817 K-12 school sites 32 Higher Ed institutions 54 Vo-tech campuses 1,903 Total sites
    11. 11. 11 Southwest ChallengeSouthwest Challenge 6,039 K-12 294 Higher Education 181 Vo-tech 9 Skills Centers/DOC 6,523 Total Teachers/Instructors
    12. 12. Coordinator Six RegionsSix Regions
    13. 13. SouthwestSouthwest
    14. 14. 14 Specific GoalSpecific Goal FY 1999 Goal: 2,236 teachers FY 1999 Actual: 2,032 teachers 91%91% of Goalof Goal
    15. 15. 15 CurrentlyCurrently 374 Master Trainers 2,204 Lead Technology Teachers 84% K-12 10% Higher Ed 6% Vo-Tech
    16. 16. 16 More SpecificallyMore Specifically 200 Sessions 73 Locations 56% of all public institutions 74 Counties represented 1 in 20 Educators certified
    17. 17. Training Site Six RegionsSix Regions
    18. 18. 18 Southwest FiguresSouthwest Figures 74 Master Trainers 301 Lead Technology Teachers 375 Total Trained 5.7 Percent Trained 1 in 20 Educators certified
    19. 19. CompetenciesCompetencies Level One Level Two Level Three
    20. 20. 20 RequirementsRequirements Level One competencies Administrative support Commitment Time!
    21. 21. 21 Level 2 ContentLevel 2 Content Multimedia and presentations IETV and video conferencing Internet and web development Legal issues Instructional integration
    22. 22. 22 Level 3 ContentLevel 3 Content True technology integration Teacher-centered instruction Learner-centered instruction Peer mentoring/coaching
    23. 23. 23 AccomplishmentsAccomplishments Curriculum College credit Partnerships Presentations at local, regional, and state conferences
    24. 24. 24 FY 2000 GoalsFY 2000 Goals Level 2 Level 3 Training Sessions 159 50 MTs 70 350 LTTs 1,800 487
    25. 25. 25 Southwest GoalsSouthwest Goals Level 2 Level 3 Training Sessions 20 5 MTs 0 75 LTTs 200 50
    26. 26. 26 FundingFunding $7,000,000 over 5 years ~ $1.4 million per year Based on teacher counts
    27. 27. 27 Southwest FundingSouthwest Funding FY00 $192,016 Carryover ~ $180,000 Total ~ $370,000
    28. 28. 28 Allowable ExpensesAllowable Expenses Coordinator < $85,000 salary/benefits, office, travel Training MT sal/ben, travel, materials, kits, refreshments, substitutes, “stipends” for 1 LTT / school Repository materials/supplies
    29. 29. 29 ChallengesChallenges Marketing Training Facilities Training Equipment Scheduling
    30. 30. 30 Future DirectionsFuture Directions Level 3 training LTT stipends Substitute pay Follow-up sessions Marketing
    31. 31. 31 HB 1815 SummaryHB 1815 Summary Background Goals and Status Southwest Region Challenges Future Directions
    32. 32. 32 ImpactImpact
    33. 33. 33 Task Force SummaryTask Force Summary “…this program has been very successful and cost effective.” Coberly, William A., Educational Benefits of HB1815: Preliminary Findings, August 1999.
    34. 34. 34 Task Force SummaryTask Force Summary “The vision of the legislature,“The vision of the legislature, the administration by the Oklahoma Vo-Tech System, “The vision of the legislature, the administration by the Oklahoma Vo- Tech System, and most importantly, “The vision of the legislature, the administration by the Oklahoma Vo-Tech System, and most importantly, the enthusiastic response of Oklahoma’s teachers should be commended.” William A. Coberly, Ph.D.
    35. 35. QuestionsQuestions
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