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    • 1. WELCOME TO THE 2008 IEG CONFERENCE
    • 2. 360 Professional Development Presents:
        • “ Using Technology to Achieve Personal Growth in the Classroom”
        • with Dr. Bruce Newlin,
        • Karin Newlin
        • & Mark Marabate
    • 3.
      • Team of Educators
        • Dr. Bruce Newlin
        • Karin Newlin
      • Technology Specialists
        • Mark Marabate
      • Innovators
      WHO WE ARE
    • 4. Dr. Bruce Newlin
            • Has held Leadership Roles in Education for 40 years.
            • Director of Principal Leadership Institute at UCLA.
            • Superintendent for 25 years.
            • Chief Operating Officer for the Los Feliz Charter School for the Arts.
      Back
    • 5. Karin Newlin
            • Worked as an Administrator and Teacher from 1965-2001.
            • Has worked in Urban Learning Centers and at the Galef Instiitute.
            • Principal and CEO for the Los Feliz Charter School for the Arts.
      Back
    • 6. Mark Marabate
            • Seven years experience working in the Technology sector of Education.
            • Created and implemented Classroom Technology centers and media based solutions for The University of Michigan and the University of Southern California.
            • Worked as a Video Instructor for 5 years for K-12 sites and Teen Centers.
      Back
    • 7. Innovators
          • Our methods have been tested at UCLA and in 50 classrooms through a K-12 school district.
          • The results were clear: Utilizing Modern Technology as part of a professional preparation or training program works.
    • 8. OUR PHILOSOPHY
        • Classroom Evaluation Does Not Need to Be Scary
        • Utilizing Video and DVD technology can:
        • - Open Doors to Self-Assessment
          • - Close Communication Gaps
          • - Improve Teaching Strategies
          • - Improve Observation Strategies
        • Personal Growth Leads to Results
            • - When Administrators and Teachers
            • are Growing so are the Students
    • 9. BRIEF OVERVIEW
        • Introduction
        • Our Model
        • Dr. Bruce Newlin:
        • Strategies for Improving Instruction:
        • Why Conversations Are Important
        • Karin Newlin:
        • Reality of Implementation
        • Observe a Classroom Situation/Audience Participation
        • Q&A
          • - Use Cards on the Table
    • 10. OUR MODEL
      • A . Not Reinventing the Wheel, Taking it to the
      • Next Level
      • B . Steps To Insure Better Results
      • C . Utilize DVD Technology to Create a Resource
      • D . Implementation Flexibility
    • 11. Not Reinventing the Wheel, Taking it to the Next Level
          • Classroom Observation is Standard in Most Places
          • Utilizing Technology Opens more Doors
            • - Opportunity for stronger Growth
            • - Results will be evident sooner
    • 12. Steps To Insure Better Results
          • Clear Understanding between Administrator
          • and Teacher
          • Fly-on-wall-approach
          • Keep it simple and realistic
          • Avoid traps of the Second Take
          • Plan structured Follow-up
    • 13. Utilize DVD Technology to Create a Resource
          • Audio Triangulation Strategy
            • - Effectively including Multiple Voices/Perspectives
          • Best Practices
          • Staff Meetings
          • Allow Parent Access
          • Make it Real to Students
    • 14. DR. BRUCE NEWLIN Strategies for Improving Instruction: Why Conversations Are Important
        • A . Instructional Leadership
        • B . Professional Development Issues
        • C . Professional Development Solutions
        • D . Using Technology as a Medium to Improve
        • Instruction
    • 15. Instructional Leadership Back
            • Connection between Leadership and Organizational Success
            • Where the Principal is a Knowledgeable Instructional Leader the Quality of Instruction Improves
    • 16. Professional Development Issues Back
          • Not always focused on instructional improvement.
          • Not always followed up on and it tends to be the flavor of the month.
    • 17. Professional Development Solutions Back
          • Focus on what is critical.
          • Take the long view.
          • Be consistent for all staff.
          • Involve ALL the faculty and
              • administration.
          • Not sending individuals to
          • workshops.
    • 18. Using Technology as a Medium to Improve Instruction
          • Improve the quality of instructional supervision.
            • - Train principals and other instructional
            • leaders.
            • - Use technology as a vehicle for evaluation.
          • Improve the quality of classroom instruction.
            • - Reflection
            • - Dissatisfied with the current situation
            • - Know of Alternatives
            • - Alternative is Fruitful and Doable
            • - Learning conversations
    • 19. KARIN NEWLIN Reality Of Implementation
    • 20. AUDIENCE PARTICIPATION
        • Work in Groups
        • Observe the Clip
        • Take Notes
        • Discuss
        • One Group will Demonstrate Observation
    • 21. The Importance of the Follow-Up: Methods for Good Discussion
      • 1.Teacher Self-reflection Time
      • 2.Dialogue between Teacher & Administrator
      • 3.Dialogue between Teacher, Administrator, & Third Party
      • 4.Teacher to Teacher Dialogue
      *Use a combination for the most effective results.
    • 22. 360 Professional Development:
        • with Dr. Bruce Newlin,
        • Karin Newlin
        • & Mark Marabate
        • “ Using Technology to Achieve Personal Growth in the Classroom”

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