CAPSTONEDIGITAL PORTFOLIO      Leslie Pirtle       May 2012
IntroductionWith a background in teaching computer hardwareand software applications to college students and toK-8 teacher...
TEACHING TO ISTE TECHNOLOGY     FACILITATION STANDARDSArtifacts offered as evidences originate from Leslie Pirtle’s: Post-...
TF-I A 1As Technology IntegrationCoordinator for GreaterNew Bedford CatholicElementary School system,Jan 2010-June 2011, I...
TF-I A 2Created and facilitatedePals ProfessionalDevelopment WorkshopAll Saints CatholicElementary School,New Bedford, MAF...
TF-I B 1  Attended in 2010                   Attended in 2011                      Attended in 2012  Digital Learning     ...
TF-II A-1As requirementfor INST 523,developed acurriculum webfor teachers ofSJSJ                  http://www.wix.com/lpirt...
TF-II A - 2Assisted Middle School teacher in design of technology integration for Social Studies culminatingassessment, gr...
TF-II A - 3Religion class lesson plandeveloped as required by INST509Task Stream Artifact: TF-II A – 3.docx
TF-II B - 1Digital Yearbook LessonUnit for Grade 8developed usingTeaching forUnderstanding model,based uponConstructivism,...
TF-II C - 1Assisted grade 4 teacher to select and incorporate curriculum-appropriatetechnology into district-wide Social S...
TF-II C - 2Science class lesson plan developed as by INST 509                                                     Task Str...
TF-II D - 1Assisted each teachers in 5 schools to establish and maintain class wiki pages                 http://mrspackar...
TF-II E - 1Offer teachers a wide assortment ofstandards-based resources for integration oftechnology into core curriculum....
TF-II F - 1Implementing ADDIE                       Learning need identified:                                         stud...
TF-III A - 1This lesson was designed as anextension of a Social Studiesassignment in which studentsresearched and reported...
TF-III A - 2Use of researchfindings evidencedin curriculum web Idesigned for INST523                http://www.wix.com/lpi...
TF-III A - 3Guided Middle School studentsthrough the research process                                               Citati...
TF-III A - 4Grade 5 Social Studiesstudents used GoogleChrome for Internetresearch, to brainstormand organize aresearch pap...
TF-III A - 5                    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YX8VQIJVpTg        Used “Adaptations” YouTube Video of rapp...
TF-III A - 6Students participated inextensive training throughpresentations, videotutorials, material postedto Wiki and ha...
TF-III A - 7As a “get acquainted”activity, students created“license plates” usingPowerPoint’s imageediting and drawing too...
TF-III B - 1Although SJSJ does not have learners who require assistive technologies, learning inthe technology lab is impl...
TF-III C - 1Students use applications andweb research to plan arestaurant opening.Tasks include:•   Determining square foo...
TF-III D - 1The 8th Grade Digital Yearbook Lesson unit is designedfor students working in learning teams of 5. Themajority...
TF-III E - 1The Grade 8 Digital Yearbook Lesson unit, developed as a requirement for INST522, offers extensive, point-by-p...
TF-III E - 2  The research of David H. Jonassen, Distinguished Professor of Education, School of  Information Science and ...
TF-IV A - 1 Examples of Technology-Based Assessments             Spelling City Manipulatives (Formative)                  ...
TF-IV A - 2Trained eighthgrade teacher togenerateassessments andevaluate resultsusing ExamView
TF-IV B - 1Trained second gradeteacher to establish agrade book using a                                                   ...
TF-IV C - 1Guided scienceteacher in theuse of Excel tocreate a rubricfor Science FairProject outlineassignment.           ...
TF-IV C - 2Grade 5, having submitted papers in whicheach reported on a country, students are nowapplying learning to plan ...
TF-V A - 1April, 2011: Participated indistrict meeting at BishopFeehan High School,Attleboro, MA, withAssistant Superinten...
TF-V A - 2Conducted training withfaculty and staff on the use ofFirst Class E-mail and FileCreation, Storage andRetrieval,...
TF-V B - 1Research, evaluate, compare instructional technologies.Advise principal on purchasing.Recommended purchases appr...
TF-V C - 1Authored andpublished “User-Friendly,” aninstructionaltechnologynewsletter for allteachers within theGreater New...
TF-V C - 2Assist Teachers to Create• Instructional Presentations  with PowerPoint, Prezi,  Impress, Google  Presentations•...
TF-V C - 3While SJSJ does not ownany specific purposeelectronic devices, I submitthe following as evidenceof my knowledge ...
TF-V C - 4I have participated in distance learning as an adjunct professor for University ofPhoenix, a full time instructo...
TF-V C-5Above is the Curriculum I Web developedto support teachers’ use of Mimiointeractive whiteboards, as a requirementf...
TF-V C - 6As Technology Integration Coordinator forGreater New Bedford Catholic ElementarySchool system, Jan 2010-June 201...
TF-V C - 7Developedproficiency withDatabases whendrafted toprocess gradesand run reportsfor the 17schools of the 4district...
TF-V C - 8Extensive hardware andsoftware proficiencies. Formerinstructor for Computers andEngineering TechnologiesDepartme...
TF-V D - 1Routinely log inremotely toschool’s serverto accessstudent workand pushwebpageshortcuts andproject files outto t...
TF-V D - 2As GNBCES Technology Coordinator,used e-mail to exchange and planlessons with 55 teachers in 5schools.
TF-V D - 3Trained faculty on use of FirstClass Conferences to post andshare information fromworkshops they attended atNati...
TF-V D - 4Createdgraphics, navigationand initial contentfor school website,All Saints CatholicSchool, NewBedford, MA.Uploa...
TF-VI A - 1Disseminate informationregarding computer and Internetsafety, ethics and law to facultythrough e-mail blasts, n...
TF-VI A - 2Taught unit, “Respecting Others’ Work” unit to grade 5Task Stream Artifact: TF-VI A–2.pptx This lesson uses the...
TF-VI B - 1Worked one-to-one assisting 55 teachers in 5 elementary schools to selecttechnology to meet diverse learner nee...
TF-VI B - 2The artifact portrays an interviewwith an assistive technologyconsultant. Discussion topicsincluded assistive t...
TF-VI C - 1Currently students arefilming a bi-lingual skitacknowledging theirPortuguese heritage.This skit will beincluded...
TF-VI D - 1I assist teachers to select and implement appropriate resources for computer and internethealth and safety, dra...
TF-VI E - 1Solicited donations and assembled 3 desktop computers from olderequipment inventories for use by students comin...
TF-VII A – 1 -8Maintain inventory of software andhardware.Perform routine troubleshooting ofcomputers and peripherals in c...
TF-VII C - 1August 2011-Attended Mimio Teach WorkshopDesigned Mimio Resource Web for faculty in partial fulfillment of INS...
TF-VII B – 1-7Consult and collaborate with JCComputers of Plymouth MA,outside contractor responsiblefor maintaining the SJ...
TF-VIII A – 1Task Stream Artifact: TF-VIII A – 1.zip
TF-VIII B - 1Case discussion contributions submitted in partial fulfillment of requirementfor INST 524 offered as evidence...
TF-VIII C - 1Grant proposal written for INST524 offered as evidenceTask Stream Artifact: TF-VIII C-1.docx
TF-VIII D – 1-7Tech Policy Analysis written forINST 524 offered as evidenceTask Stream Artifact: TF-VIII D-1.docx
TF-VIII E - 2Under supervision of district’s Director of EducationalTechnology, worked alongside other school technologyco...
Leslie Pirtle, Contact Information        Technology Integration Coordinator Saint James-Saint John School, New Bedford MA...
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Leslie Pirtle Capstone May 2012

  1. 1. CAPSTONEDIGITAL PORTFOLIO Leslie Pirtle May 2012
  2. 2. IntroductionWith a background in teaching computer hardwareand software applications to college students and toK-8 teachers, I enrolled in BSU’s InstructionalTechnology graduate program to acquire the skills andtheoretical knowledge to better serve my elementaryand middle school learners.
  3. 3. TEACHING TO ISTE TECHNOLOGY FACILITATION STANDARDSArtifacts offered as evidences originate from Leslie Pirtle’s: Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Instructional Technology coursework, Bridgewater State University (BSU) August 2011 - May 2012 Curriculum developed as Technology Integration Coordinator responsible for faculty development, and computer lab maintenance, and teaching grades 4 through 8, Saint James-Saint John School (SJSJ), New Bedford, Massachusetts August 2011 – June 2012 Curriculum developed as Technology Integration Coordinator responsible for faculty training, Greater New Bedford Catholic Elementary Schools (GNBCES), New Bedford, Massachusetts January 2010 - June 2011
  4. 4. TF-I A 1As Technology IntegrationCoordinator for GreaterNew Bedford CatholicElementary School system,Jan 2010-June 2011, I wasresponsible for assisting 55teachers in 5 schools todevelop and integratetechnology knowledge,skills, and understanding. Icreated wikis to showcasesamples of theirtechnology-integratedcurriculum http://sjsjshowcase.wikispaces.com http://stjoeshowcase.wikispaces.com http://sjsjshowcase.wikispaces.com
  5. 5. TF-I A 2Created and facilitatedePals ProfessionalDevelopment WorkshopAll Saints CatholicElementary School,New Bedford, MAFebruary, 2011Tasks Stream Artifacts:TF-I A 2.docxTF-I A 2.pptxhttp://lesliepirtle.wikispaces.com/epals
  6. 6. TF-I B 1 Attended in 2010 Attended in 2011 Attended in 2012 Digital Learning Renweb Train the Trainer National Catholic Environments Webinar Educators Association April 8 January 19 Conference April 11-13 Burlington Marriott Online with Principal at All Saints One Burlington Mall Road Catholic Elementary School Social Media: Legal and Practical Burlington, MA 01803 Illinois Avenue Implications New Bedford, MA Caring Classrooms: Using http://www.guide2digitallearning Differentiated Instruction to Meet .com/page/dle_boston http://www.renweb.com/Support the Needs of All Students /RenWeb-Online-Classes.aspx Lights, Camera, Action Hynes Convention Center 900 Boylston Street Blue Ribbon Schools Mimio Interactive Boston Massachusetts Blueprint for Excellence Whiteboard Training National Institute http://www.ncea.org/events/NCE April 15 August 24 ABostonCentral.asp Reading High School Saint James Saint John School Reading MA 80 Orchard Avenue New Bedford MA http://www.blueribbonschools.co m/?q=conferences http://www.mimio.dymo.com/en -NA/Training/Overview.aspx
  7. 7. TF-II A-1As requirementfor INST 523,developed acurriculum webfor teachers ofSJSJ http://www.wix.com/lpirtle/mimio
  8. 8. TF-II A - 2Assisted Middle School teacher in design of technology integration for Social Studies culminatingassessment, grade 6 Task Stream Artifact: TFII A-2.doc Project Directions: http://sjsjtechnology.wikispaces.com/Grade+6 Newsletter Requirements Technology Feature Story Word Processing Application Human Interest Article Word Processing Application Obituary Word Processing Application Advertisement Word Processing Application and Image Editor Word Search Web 2.0 Activity, Image Editor and Word Processing Application Timeline Spreadsheet Application
  9. 9. TF-II A - 3Religion class lesson plandeveloped as required by INST509Task Stream Artifact: TF-II A – 3.docx
  10. 10. TF-II B - 1Digital Yearbook LessonUnit for Grade 8developed usingTeaching forUnderstanding model,based uponConstructivism,Social Constructivismand ConnectivismPrecepts offered asevidence http://www.wix.com/gleasonpirtle/digitalyearbook#!theory http://www.wix.com/gleasonpirtle/digitalyearbook#!model
  11. 11. TF-II C - 1Assisted grade 4 teacher to select and incorporate curriculum-appropriatetechnology into district-wide Social Studies assessment.Task Stream Artifacts: TF II C-1.doc and TF II C-1.pptxProject Directions: http://sjsjtechnology.wikispaces.com/Grade+4
  12. 12. TF-II C - 2Science class lesson plan developed as by INST 509 Task Stream Artifact TF II C-2.docx
  13. 13. TF-II D - 1Assisted each teachers in 5 schools to establish and maintain class wiki pages http://mrspackardsclass.wikispaces.com/Religion
  14. 14. TF-II E - 1Offer teachers a wide assortment ofstandards-based resources for integration oftechnology into core curriculum. Examples: http://exchange.smarttech.com/curriculum/curriculum.html http://www.commonsensemedia.org/educators/classroom- curriculum/alignment http://www.smithsonianeducation.org/educators/ http://www.readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/lesson-plans/
  15. 15. TF-II F - 1Implementing ADDIE Learning need identified: students to learn about man’sdesign model, assisted Impact on the environment Specific learning objectives: • Students to develop expertiseScience teacher to on an environmental issue of theircreate and design choosingScience project in whichstudents gainunderstanding of anenvironmental issue bycreating a brochureusing a Web 2.0application. Student’s submissions are compared using a standardized rubric. Revisions to activity are planned. Project wiki is established where students can find instructions, examples and Students log on to wiki to a link to MyBrochureMaker.com access examples and directions. Students create brochures using MyBrochuremaker.com TaskStream Artifacts: TF II F-1.pdf And TF II F-1.docx
  16. 16. TF-III A - 1This lesson was designed as anextension of a Social Studiesassignment in which studentsresearched and reported on acountry of their choosing.Productivity integration tasks:• Download project file from Wiki• Use Google Chrome to access Google Maps• Retrieve, edit and store a Microsoft Word document on school network• Paste a screen capture from one program to another• Copy paste text and images• Use Google Maps to find and collect data and images• Use Google Maps to discover absolute and relative location and compute distance TaskStream Artifact: TF III A-1.docx
  17. 17. TF-III A - 2Use of researchfindings evidencedin curriculum web Idesigned for INST523 http://www.wix.com/lpirtle/mimio#!create-lessons (See bottom of Page)
  18. 18. TF-III A - 3Guided Middle School studentsthrough the research process CitationMachine.net• Topic selection• Research question• Find and evaluate sources• Use browser to bookmark• Organize sources and take notes• Download an APA Formatted template• Use a word processor to create an APA formatted paper• Use to format citations• Submit papers via First ClassTask Stream Artifact: TF III A-3.docSee Assignments 2, 3, and 4 with Rubrics:http://sjsjtechnology.wikispaces.com/Grade+7 http://www.sciencebuddies.org/
  19. 19. TF-III A - 4Grade 5 Social Studiesstudents used GoogleChrome for Internetresearch, to brainstormand organize aresearch paper about atopic of their choosingrelated to theirassigned countries Task Stream Artifact: TF III A-4.jpg
  20. 20. TF-III A - 5 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YX8VQIJVpTg Used “Adaptations” YouTube Video of rapping camel to capture students’ interested when introducing animal habitats unit for 5th grade science
  21. 21. TF-III A - 6Students participated inextensive training throughpresentations, videotutorials, material postedto Wiki and hands-onactivities in use of FirstClass LMS:• E-mail• Chat• Collaboration• Calendar management• File creation, storage, retrieval• Retrieval and Submission of assignments Grades 6, 7 & 8 Wiki pages contain First Class Assignments and Assessments at: http://sjsjtechnology.wikispaces.com/First+Class Wiki page dedicated to First Class training: http://sjsjtechnology.wikispaces.com/First+Class
  22. 22. TF-III A - 7As a “get acquainted”activity, students created“license plates” usingPowerPoint’s imageediting and drawing tools.They chose clip art andused the Latin MottoGenerator to find a sloganthat best expressed theirindividuality.Each student learned toupload his or her projectto the class Wiki to sharewith classmates.
  23. 23. TF-III B - 1Although SJSJ does not have learners who require assistive technologies, learning inthe technology lab is implemented through a Universal Design Learning approach.Lessons are presented and studentsdemonstrate understanding as:• Demonstrations• Presentations• Films• Hands-on Projects• Lecture or oral reporting• Podcasting http://sjsjtechnology.wikispaces.com/Grade+7This is further evidenced through the mixed media approach of the class wikis for each gradeMulti-sensory, interactive applications such as Kidspiration and Spelling City are usedextensively with technology integrated curriculum
  24. 24. TF-III C - 1Students use applications andweb research to plan arestaurant opening.Tasks include:• Determining square footage needed• Estimating costs• Gathering and comparing data about competitorsTools include:• Real estate listings• Google Maps Task Stream Artifact: TF III C-1.docx• Windows 7 Calculator Note: this sample is an incomplete work,• Microsoft Office Word and Excel --assignment is in progress as of 5/12/2012
  25. 25. TF-III D - 1The 8th Grade Digital Yearbook Lesson unit is designedfor students working in learning teams of 5. Themajority of students’ time is spent in collaboration,performing hands-on learning within and among teams.Settings include laboratory with one computer perstudent, library with one laptop per team, outside ofschool through Kidblog, First Class and Wikispaces, and“on location” while filming the project. Each teambegan by creating a learning team Charter to evaluateskills and abilities and to create process for resolvingconflict. Developed for INST 522 http://www.wix.com/gleasonpirtle/digitalyearbook#!lessons/vstc8=lesson-2Task Stream Artifacts: TF III D-1.docx and TF III D-1.xlsx http://www.wix.com/gleasonpirtle/digitalyearbook#!rubrics
  26. 26. TF-III E - 1The Grade 8 Digital Yearbook Lesson unit, developed as a requirement for INST522, offers extensive, point-by-point documentation of Mass CurriculumFrameworks and ISTE-NETS standards addressed. Top level navigation links tolesson plans which detail how standards are taught. http://www.wix.com/gleasonpirtle/digitalyearbook#!standards
  27. 27. TF-III E - 2 The research of David H. Jonassen, Distinguished Professor of Education, School of Information Science and Learning Technologies at University of Missouri-Columbia. supports the use of “Spreadsheet as Mindtool” (Jonassen, 2004). This lesson, based upon Behaviorist and Connectivism learning theories, was developed for Grade 4 as a requirement for INST 523. Lesson Plan: Identifying Weather Trends According to US City and Region. Task Stream Artifact: TF III E-2.docxJohassen, D. H. (2004). Modeling with technology mindtools for conceptual change. (3rd ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson
  28. 28. TF-IV A - 1 Examples of Technology-Based Assessments Spelling City Manipulatives (Formative) http://www.spellingcity.com/view-spelling-list.html?listId=4907531&x=3c7aa Project Based Science Summative Assessment Computerized Multiple Choice Summative Assessment
  29. 29. TF-IV A - 2Trained eighthgrade teacher togenerateassessments andevaluate resultsusing ExamView
  30. 30. TF-IV B - 1Trained second gradeteacher to establish agrade book using a Task Stream Artifacts:downloaded Exceltemplate forassessment andevaluation of studentlearning Template source: http://www.superteacherworksheets.com/excel-gradebook.html
  31. 31. TF-IV C - 1Guided scienceteacher in theuse of Excel tocreate a rubricfor Science FairProject outlineassignment. Task Stream Artifacts:
  32. 32. TF-IV C - 2Grade 5, having submitted papers in whicheach reported on a country, students are nowapplying learning to plan a trip there. Theywill use technology to be estimate the cost,calculate time differences and create anagenda of sites they will (virtually) see. Task Stream Artifacts: Task Stream Artifact: TF IV C-2.docx
  33. 33. TF-V A - 1April, 2011: Participated indistrict meeting at BishopFeehan High School,Attleboro, MA, withAssistant Superintendent,Principals and TechnologyDirectors, to comparecurriculum mappingapplications and determinewhich would be best toadopt for district highschools.Considerations:• User-friendliness• Cost• Faculty training• Ease of Maintenance• Technical Support
  34. 34. TF-V A - 2Conducted training withfaculty and staff on the use ofFirst Class E-mail and FileCreation, Storage andRetrieval, includingdeveloping and delivering:• Instructional handouts• 1 to 1 instruction• Professional development training sessions• Resource Wiki• “How-to” page on school website http://www.sjsjschool.com/first_class.html http://sjsjtechnology.wikispaces.com/First+Class Task Stream Artifact: TF V A-2.docx
  35. 35. TF-V B - 1Research, evaluate, compare instructional technologies.Advise principal on purchasing.Recommended purchases approved and adopted, 2011-2012 :(6) Altec Lansing USB-Powered Speaker Systems(3) Mimio Whiteboard Systemspurchased Summer, 2012(1) Logitech Webcam(1) Microphone(1) Flip Camera
  36. 36. TF-V C - 1Authored andpublished “User-Friendly,” aninstructionaltechnologynewsletter for allteachers within theGreater New BedfordCatholic ElementarySchool SystemTask Stream Artifact: TF V C-1.pdf
  37. 37. TF-V C - 2Assist Teachers to Create• Instructional Presentations with PowerPoint, Prezi, Impress, Google Presentations• Instructional Videos with PhotoStory and Windows Live Movie Maker Recordings with Smart Notebook and Mimio Studio• Banners for classroom using MS ExcelTask Stream Artifacts: TF V C-2.MP4 and TF V C-2.wmv
  38. 38. TF-V C - 3While SJSJ does not ownany specific purposeelectronic devices, I submitthe following as evidenceof my knowledge of aspecific purpose electronicdevice that can be usedeither as assistivetechnology or for thegeneral class population.For an INST 529assignment, I created afaux advertisement thatexplains the LiveScribe Pen.Task Stream Artifacts: TF V C – 3.pdf
  39. 39. TF-V C - 4I have participated in distance learning as an adjunct professor for University ofPhoenix, a full time instructor for Wake Technical Community College and as agraduate student at Bridgewater State University I possess a working knowledgeof: U of Px Proprietary LMS Moodle Blackboard
  40. 40. TF-V C-5Above is the Curriculum I Web developedto support teachers’ use of Mimiointeractive whiteboards, as a requirementfor INST 523 Above is the Curriculum Web I developed http://www.wix.com/lpirtle/mimio to support 55 teachers across 5 elementary schools whom I provided professional development training from January 2010 -June 2011 http://lesliepirtle.wikispaces.com/
  41. 41. TF-V C - 6As Technology Integration Coordinator forGreater New Bedford Catholic ElementarySchool system, Jan 2010-June 2011, Igenerated daily e-mail blasts, reaching 5principals and 55 teachers. These containedhelpful tips and resources for integratingtechnology into the classroom.
  42. 42. TF-V C - 7Developedproficiency withDatabases whendrafted toprocess gradesand run reportsfor the 17schools of the 4districts of oursystem, June2010 and 2011
  43. 43. TF-V C - 8Extensive hardware andsoftware proficiencies. Formerinstructor for Computers andEngineering TechnologiesDepartment at WakeTechnical Community College http://cet.waketech.edu/
  44. 44. TF-V D - 1Routinely log inremotely toschool’s serverto accessstudent workand pushwebpageshortcuts andproject files outto theirdesktops.
  45. 45. TF-V D - 2As GNBCES Technology Coordinator,used e-mail to exchange and planlessons with 55 teachers in 5schools.
  46. 46. TF-V D - 3Trained faculty on use of FirstClass Conferences to post andshare information fromworkshops they attended atNational Catholic EducationAssociation, Boston MA April2012 Task Stream Artifact: TF-V D-3.docx
  47. 47. TF-V D - 4Createdgraphics, navigationand initial contentfor school website,All Saints CatholicSchool, NewBedford, MA.Uploaded site tohost server. http://www.ascsnb.org/
  48. 48. TF-VI A - 1Disseminate informationregarding computer and Internetsafety, ethics and law to facultythrough e-mail blasts, newsletter, Wiki page and professionaldevelopment meetingsTask Stream Artifacts: TF-VI A - 1.pdf
  49. 49. TF-VI A - 2Taught unit, “Respecting Others’ Work” unit to grade 5Task Stream Artifact: TF-VI A–2.pptx This lesson uses the Worksheets and Activities from the Lesson: Whose Is It, Anyway? (4-5) available for download at Common Sense Media. http://www.commonsensemedia.org/educators/lesson/whose-it-anyway-4-5
  50. 50. TF-VI B - 1Worked one-to-one assisting 55 teachers in 5 elementary schools to selecttechnology to meet diverse learner needs. Attached artifact provides summarydocumentation of each teacher meeting.Task Stream Artifacts TF-VI B – 1.xls
  51. 51. TF-VI B - 2The artifact portrays an interviewwith an assistive technologyconsultant. Discussion topicsincluded assistive technology, IEPimplementation and the deliveryof services.Task Stream Artifact: TF-VI B – 2.pdf
  52. 52. TF-VI C - 1Currently students arefilming a bi-lingual skitacknowledging theirPortuguese heritage.This skit will beincluded in the DigitalYearbook DVD to bedistributed atgraduation. Attachedartifact is the scriptthey have submitted.Task Stream Artifacts: TF-VI C-1.pdf
  53. 53. TF-VI D - 1I assist teachers to select and implement appropriate resources for computer and internethealth and safety, drawing heavily from Common Sense Media Curriculum http://www.commonsensemedia.org/sites/default/files/curriculumoverview_0.pdf
  54. 54. TF-VI E - 1Solicited donations and assembled 3 desktop computers from olderequipment inventories for use by students coming to the Extended CareProgram during after school hours. This affords access to computers forhomework for those who do not have computers at home.
  55. 55. TF-VII A – 1 -8Maintain inventory of software andhardware.Perform routine troubleshooting ofcomputers and peripherals in classrooms,computer lab and on laptopsInstall software applications to networkcomputers and laptopsAttached artifact demonstratesproficiencies with hardware, software,networking technologies and internet Task Stream Artifact: TF VII A-1 to 8.pdfprotocols.
  56. 56. TF-VII C - 1August 2011-Attended Mimio Teach WorkshopDesigned Mimio Resource Web for faculty in partial fulfillment of INST 523 requirements http://www.wix.com/lpirtle/mimio#!
  57. 57. TF-VII B – 1-7Consult and collaborate with JCComputers of Plymouth MA,outside contractor responsiblefor maintaining the SJSJnetworkIn my current capacity asInstructional Technologycoordinator, I makerecommendations, butdecision-making authorityresides with the principal.See Slide 41Attached Technology PlanAnalysis, written as arequirement for INST 524, isoffered as evidence ofproficiencies. Task Stream Artifact :TF VII B-1-7.pdf
  58. 58. TF-VIII A – 1Task Stream Artifact: TF-VIII A – 1.zip
  59. 59. TF-VIII B - 1Case discussion contributions submitted in partial fulfillment of requirementfor INST 524 offered as evidenceTask Stream Artifacts: TF-VIII B – 1.docx
  60. 60. TF-VIII C - 1Grant proposal written for INST524 offered as evidenceTask Stream Artifact: TF-VIII C-1.docx
  61. 61. TF-VIII D – 1-7Tech Policy Analysis written forINST 524 offered as evidenceTask Stream Artifact: TF-VIII D-1.docx
  62. 62. TF-VIII E - 2Under supervision of district’s Director of EducationalTechnology, worked alongside other school technologycoordinators to configure new netbook lab at All SaintsCatholic Elementary School Summer 2010
  63. 63. Leslie Pirtle, Contact Information Technology Integration Coordinator Saint James-Saint John School, New Bedford MA lpirtle@dfrcec.com Graduate Student Instructional Technology Program Bridgewater State University, Bridgewater MA lpirtle@bridgew.edu LesliePirtle@Yahoo.com 919.622.0806

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