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  • 1. JUNE 88 LPS people at TIE
  • 2. JULY Two new Asst. Directors…
  • 3. AUGUST Dana Levesque stolen away from Englewood All LPS schools have wireless LPS-1 signal
  • 4. SEPTEMBER New filter system with teacher bypass
  • 5. OCTOBER First n-Computing station at GMS
  • 6. NOVEMBER N-computing stations at almost all LPS schools
  • 7. DECEMBER First Linux Deployment (officially) at LPS
  • 8. JANUARY Most LPS schools have open wireless network—students and staff are bringing in personal technology
  • 9. FEBRUARY AHS hosts CoLearning 2.0 First LPS principal, Mike Montgomery, begins to podcast. Randy Stall turns 50
  • 10. MARCH Office 2007 deployment begins… Fileway testing begins
  • 11. Almost 100 people apply for TIE-- NCTE themes Annual Conference around video entitled Shift Happens APRIL
  • 12. MAY Mail box size increased, laptop replacement option for summer refresh All schools converted over to DNN, which hosts videos, blogs, calendars, document libraries
  • 13. What’s happening in our schools??? Ames: Video conferences, live blogs, science tutorials, 1st graders podcasting Centennial: Podcasts using students’ writing, in Kindergarten, multi- media music classes East: 2 nd graders building their writers’ voice using Photostory, around the theme “Who am I?” Field: Students using Google Earth to complete geography assignments, Kindergartners using clickers to guide instruction Franklin: Teachers and students using tablets to model their writing, biographical podcasts
  • 14. What’s happening in our schools??? Highland: Smartboard integration into the classroom— dedicated time for staff development Hopkins: Students blogging, students doing read alouds to other kids, (in Southern Colorado) Lenski: Students writing collaboratively on Wikis, using Google Earth to study the regions Peabody: Model classroom developed for second grade, tech coming for all grade levels Moody: 5 th graders developing PhotoStories, regions project goes digital
  • 15. What’s happening in our schools??? Runyon: Google Earth and Sky explorations for students, content area blogs, clicker assessments, dynamic Webquests Sandburg: Digitalized science tutorials, lego robotics competitions with sister schools Twain: MLK Photostory shared school wide, students document their strategies with test examples Whitman: Students doing digital writer’s workshops, SPED on the Smartboards Wilder: Students blogging with Steve Spengler and a sister school, students celebrating their year with digital media
  • 16. What’s happening in our schools??? Euclid: Student access to math resources increased, Art tutorials produced, student run Wikis, student videos Goddard: Blogging culture developing, students continue to demonstrate growth with SuccessMaker, Tech for All reaches 180 kids Newton: Students write via a blog in PE, student produced podcasts for book reviews, IB Wikis Powell: The school newspaper is a Wiki, world languages begins podcasts, students use digital technologies for Mosaic ReDirections/Pathways: Students use electronic resources for learning, share resources on information analysis and internet safety
  • 17. What’s happening in our schools??? AHS: iPoem, students video conference with Daniel Pink, world languages Skypes with South America, Chinese instruction goes digital LHS: Camtasia used for tutorials, Students video conference with South Africa, SPED uses adaptive technologies , Web design teams win. HHS: MAD week goes digital, students fund raise for Internet link for Sierra Leone, world languages goes digital OHS: Career day is broadcast, students blog with staff, students use electronic learning resources, science podcasts lessons
  • 18. WHAT DOES IT ALL MEAN?
  • 19. PROGRESS HAPPENS.

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