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Kpeters.continual professional development plan
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Kpeters.continual professional development plan
Kpeters.continual professional development plan
Kpeters.continual professional development plan
Kpeters.continual professional development plan
Kpeters.continual professional development plan
Kpeters.continual professional development plan
Kpeters.continual professional development plan
Kpeters.continual professional development plan
Kpeters.continual professional development plan
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  • 1. Continual Professional Development Plan<br />Kim Peters <br />Bowling Green Univiersity<br />EDTL 6320<br />June 30, 2011<br />
  • 2. Within the past 3 years, I have worked diligently to earn my Classroom Technology Endorsement at Bowling Green State University.  The courses (and specific events/assignments) that I have completed include:                        Fall 2010<br />EDTL 6360 Internet in the Educational Community<br />Review of NETS-S and NETS-T as they relate to the Internet in Education<br />Evaluation and use of various Web tools or Reading/Writing, Sound/Image and Productivity Tools<br />Exploration of information technologies for research<br />Discussion and exploration of various Internet issues in an educational environment including ethics, appropriate use and media literacy.<br />Development of inquiry/problem-based activities involving the Internet<br />Exploration of Open Source software<br />EDTL 6390 Special Topics in Classroom Technology<br />Demonstrate an understanding of NBPTS, NET-s, and OACS, and align classroom technology tools <br />Participate in practicum hours to develop Multicultural/Diversity understanding<br />Read and evaluate professional resources through reflective responses and online discussion<br />      <br />Experience<br />
  • 3. Spring 2011<br />EDTL 6150 Information Literacy for Teaching &amp; Learning<br />Research scholarly journals as related to technology and information literacy to create an annotated bibliography<br />Explore INFOhio and OPLIN<br />Demonstrate effective Internet searching<br />Demonstrate understanding of APA style while completing citation assignment<br />Create and utilize WebQuest<br />EDTL 6310 Tech in 21st Century Classroom<br />Explore technology integration strategies and tools appropriate for use in the 21st Century classroom<br />Develop an understanding of technology operations and concepts, plan, design, and model effective learning environments and multiple experiences supported by technology<br />Experience (continued)<br />
  • 4. Summer 2011<br />EDTL 6320 Technology Leadership and Professional Development<br />Continual Professional Development / Professional Learning Inventory Plan <br />District Plans/Needs Assessments <br />Planning for Tech Professional Development <br />Grant Writing Literature Review <br />Online Presence Web 2.0 for Leadership Project <br />Case Studies – Issues in Educational Technology<br />EDTL 6330 Dynamic Media<br />Complete Photo Capture and Image Editing Project<br />Classroom Website Development <br />Student-Directed Audio-Based Lesson on Web 2.0 tool, Fakebook<br />Audio Production <br />Create Storyboards to Plan Instructional Video <br />Create a Video-Based Lesson <br />Experience (continued)<br />
  • 5. There are many events/activities/assignments that I have participated in that I am very proud of.  Creation of my classroom website. <br />(January 11, 2011)<br />3 Significant Events from Prior Experience<br />
  • 6. Creation of my WebQuest<br />(April 18, 2011)<br />3 Significant Events (continued)<br />
  • 7. Creation of  Web 2.0 tool, Fakebook<br />(June 23, 2011)<br />3 Significant Events (continued)<br />
  • 8. The experience that I gained by completing many events/activities throughout my Classroom Technology program has been plentiful.  Not only have I learned, the specialized terms, such as Web 2.0, glog, blog, twitter, wiki, wordle, information literacy, media literacy, etc., I have also learned extensively, what they mean and how to utilize them effectively.In addition, I have learned how to collaborate online with others peers.  I&apos;ve learned how to think critically and determine how to modify technological tools to fit my needs and the needs of my first grade students.  I have learned how to create and edit film, photographs, and audio.  I have learned how to enhance my computer skills with a personalized skill development plan using word, excel, PowerPoint, spreadsheets, and email.  Ultimately, I have learned how to be proficient in the current digital-age learning environment.  I have also learned how to use these tools safely, professionally, and ethically. This includes a multicultural understanding and advocacy for the &quot;Digital Divide&quot;, as well as the appreciation of our countries future leaders in a global learning and working environment.  Finally, I am able to implement creative and diverse lessons for my students to enhance their learning.  I am able to share my learning with my peers and colleagues.  And I am well prepared to be a Technology Facilitator in my school district.  All of this is possible because of my prior experience in earning my Classroom Technology endorsement.<br />Reflection on Experience<br />
  • 9. Future Technology Professional Development5 Year Plan<br />2011-2016<br />
  • 10. Concept Map of 5 Year Plan<br />
  • 11. Facilitate and Inspire Student Learning and Creativity<br />Design and Develop Digital-Age Learning Experiences and Assessments<br />Model Digital-Age Work and Learning<br />Promote and Model Digital Citizenship and Responsibility<br />Engage in Professional Growth &amp; Leadership<br />Plan based upon ISTE/NETS for Teachers<br />
  • 12. Current Skills<br />Ability to promote, support, and model creative and innovative thinking and inventiveness, including; on-line resources and digitally created resources.<br />Engage students in exploring real-world issues and solving authentic problems using digital tools and resources such as WebQuest<br />Facilitate and Inspire Student Learning and Creativity<br />
  • 13. Goals for Developing Technology Skills<br />Model collaborative knowledge construction by engaging in learning with students and virtual environments with use of online tools.<br />Utilize online collaboration tools and communication tools including; e-pals and blogs <br />Timeline: 2011-2012<br />Facilitate and Inspire Student Learning and Creativity (continued)<br />
  • 14. Goals for Leadership with Technology<br />Standard 2 <br />Element 2.3 Authentic Learning<br />Element 2.4 Creativity and Thinking skills<br /> Continue online research to implement new Smart Board lessons and integrate e-pals into authentic learning. <br />Timeline: 2011-2012<br />Facilitate and Inspire Student Learning and Creativity (continued)<br />
  • 15. Current Skills<br />Ability to design or adapt relevant learning experiences that incorporate digital tools and resources to promote student learning and creativity.<br />Ability to develop technology enriched learning environments that enable all students to pursue their individual curiosities and become active participants.<br />Design &amp; Develop Digital-Age Learning Experiences &amp; Assessments<br />
  • 16. Goals for Developing Technology Skills<br />Provide students with multiple and varied formative and summative assessments aligned with content and technology standards and use resulting data to inform learning and teaching.<br />Utilize district tools to become proficient in formative and summative assessments with the use of clickers <br />Timeline: 2011-2013<br />Design &amp; Develop Digital-Age Learning Experiences &amp; Assessments (continued)<br />
  • 17. Goals for Leadership with Technology<br />Standard 2 <br />Element 2.7 Assessment <br />Element 2.8 Data Analysis <br />Utilize testing werksprogram to analysis data from student assessments and modify lessons accordingly <br />Participate in online assessment/data analysis workshop at Learning.com http://www.learning.com/services/pd/ <br />Timeline: 2012-2013 <br />Design &amp; Develop Digital-Age Learning Experiences &amp; Assessments(continued)<br />
  • 18. Current Skills<br />Ability to demonstrate fluency in technology systems and the transfer of current knowledge to new technologies and situations.<br />Goals for Developing Technology Skills<br />Collaborate with students, peers, parents, and community members using digital tools and resources to support student success and innovation. <br />Model and facilitate effective use of current and emerging digital tools to locate, analyze, evaluate, and use information resources to support research and learning. <br />Facilitate an open house demonstrating digital tools and resources students are currently using<br />Facilitate professional development opportunities for teachers to learn new digital-age tools for student learning <br />Timeline: 2014-2015 <br />Model Digital-Age Work &amp; Learning<br />
  • 19. Goals for Developing Technology Skills<br />Standard 1 <br />Element1.1 Shared Vision <br />Element 1.4 Diffusion of Innovation and Change <br />Participate in district planning committee and development of new curriculum maps based on state standards <br />Timeline: 2012-2013 <br />Model Digital-Age Work &amp; Learning (continued)<br />
  • 20. Current Skills <br />Ability to address the diverse needs of all learners by using learner-centered strategies and providing equitable access to appropriate digital tools and resources <br />Promote and Model Digital Citizenship &amp; Responsibility <br />
  • 21. Goals for Developing Technology Skills <br />Advocate, model, and teach safe, legal, and ethical use of digital information and technology, including respect for copyright, intellectual property, and the appropriate documentation of sources. <br />Facilitate professional development for staff teaching safe, legal and ethical use of digital information and technology <br />Timeline: 2013-2014 <br />Promote and Model Digital Citizenship &amp; Responsibility (continued)<br />
  • 22. Goals for Leadership with Technology <br />Standard 4 <br />Element 4.2 <br />Incorporate safe, legal, and ethical use of digital information and technology on my school website <br />Timeline: 2012-2013 <br />Promote and Model Digital Citizenship &amp; Responsibility (continued)<br />
  • 23. Current Skills <br />Participate in local and global learning communities to explore applications of technology to improve student learning. <br />Engage in Professional Growth &amp; Leadership <br />
  • 24. Goals for Developing Technology Skills <br />Evaluate and reflect on current research and professional practice on a regular basis to make effective use of existing and emerging digital tools and resources in support of student learning. <br />Maintain membership at ISTE http://www.iste.org/welcome.aspx to stay current on research and digital-age tools<br />Timeline: 2011-2016 <br />Engage in Professional Growth &amp; Leadership (continued)<br />
  • 25. Goals for Leadership with Technology <br />Standard 6 <br />Element 6.1 <br />Attend an ISTE conference http://www.iste.org/conference.aspx <br />Timeline: 2013-2015 <br />Engage in Professional Growth &amp; Leadership (continued)<br />

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