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2 Technology Friend Or Foe 2 Technology Friend Or Foe Presentation Transcript

  • ATTENTION HILLCREST PANTHERS!
  • TECHNLOGY! Friend or Foe?
  • THE TEXAS LONG RANGE PLAN for TECHNOLOGY
    • Began in 2006, and set for completion in 2020.
    • Provides that curriculum content standards must reflect current research and meet the needs of the 21 st Century workplace and higher education
    • Provides for quality instructional materials, aligned to content standards, and delivered in print and digital formats to meet the needs of all students
    • Provides for equitable access to technology for students and teachers,
    • Provides on-going quality professional development for educators
    • Provides for adequate connectivity in schools and classrooms to ensure effective use of technology resources
  • THE TEXAS LONG RANGE PLAN for TECHNOLOGY
    • EDUCATORS
    • Are well prepared to use current digital tools, to mentor, monitor, and motivate students.
    • Leverage technology to provide flexible, learner-centered environments that meet the diverse needs of all students.
    • Enhance and increase communication and collaboration between school, home, and community through technology.
  • THE TEXAS LONG RANGE PLAN for TECHNOLOGY
    • STUDENTS
    • Engage in real-world learning experiences supported by modern digital tools, and diverse learning communities.
    • Access, e valuate, manage, and use information in a variety of media formats; and communicate that knowledge to diverse audiences.
    • Learning experiences require collaboration, and critical thinking, learning skills, and attitudes that will enable them to learn effectively for a lifetime of global citizenship.
  • THE TEXAS LONG RANGE PLAN for TECHNOLOGY
    • PARENTS
    • Expect to participate more directly in their children’s education and improve their own knowledge as parents and citizens.
    • Have 24/7 access to learning resources and student information such as achievement, attendance, and discipline.
  • THE TEXAS LONG RANGE PLAN for TECHNOLOGY
    • LEADERS & THE COMMUNITY
    • Create and secure adequate support for innovative, flexible, and responsive technology-rich environments
    • Develop a shared vision for learning and engage in data-rich planning for that leverage resources and opportunities throughout the community and around the world
    • Provide and demand participation in a relevant and engaging manner that enables teachers and other instructional personnel to provide leadership for learning in 2020
  • Where Are We Now?
  • Where Are We Now?
    • DEVELOPING TECHNOLOGY
    • Instruction is teacher-directed and there is a minimal use of technology.
    • Use of technology is mainly for administrative tasks and classroom management.
    • Teachers and administrators have a vision for technology.
    • There are 5-9 computers per student.
  • Where Should We Be?
  • Where Should We Be? TARGET TECHNOLOGY Teaching & Learning Educator Preparation Administration & Support Infrastructure for Technology
    • The teacher serves as facilitator and mentor.
    • There are regular technology-supported learner centered projects.
    • There is vertical
    • alignment of Technology Applications TEKS
    • and anytime, anywhere use of online technology.
    • Campus plan is focused on student success and supported by administration.
    • Campus instructional support
    • staff.
    • All classrooms are fully equipped with on-demand digital access for every student.
  • WHERE MUST WE START?
    • Student regular use of classroom technology on an individual basis
    • Student Centered Curriculum
    • Student Managed Lessons
    • Teacher as a facilitator, rather than operator
    • Increased budget allocated towards technology infrastructure