JUNE 88 LPS people at TIE
JULY Two new Asst. Directors…
AUGUST Dana Levesque stolen away from Englewood All LPS schools have wireless LPS-1 signal
SEPTEMBER New filter system with teacher bypass
OCTOBER First n-Computing station at GMS
NOVEMBER N-computing stations at almost all LPS schools
DECEMBER First Linux Deployment (officially) at LPS
JANUARY Most LPS schools have open wireless network—students and staff are bringing in personal technology
FEBRUARY AHS hosts CoLearning 2.0  First LPS principal, Mike Montgomery, begins to podcast. Randy Stall turns 50
MARCH Office 2007 deployment begins… Fileway testing begins
Almost 100 people apply for TIE-- NCTE themes Annual Conference around video entitled Shift Happens APRIL
MAY Mail box size increased, laptop replacement option for summer refresh All schools converted over to DNN, which hosts v...
What’s happening in our schools??? Ames:  Video conferences, live blogs, science tutorials, 1st  graders podcasting Centen...
What’s happening in our schools??? Highland:  Smartboard integration into the classroom— dedicated time for staff developm...
What’s happening in our schools??? Runyon:  Google Earth and Sky explorations for students, content  area blogs, clicker a...
What’s happening in our schools??? Euclid:  Student access to math resources increased, Art  tutorials produced, student r...
What’s happening in our schools??? AHS:  iPoem, students video conference with Daniel Pink, world  languages Skypes with S...
WHAT DOES IT ALL MEAN?
PROGRESS HAPPENS.
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  1. 1. JUNE 88 LPS people at TIE
  2. 2. JULY Two new Asst. Directors…
  3. 3. AUGUST Dana Levesque stolen away from Englewood All LPS schools have wireless LPS-1 signal
  4. 4. SEPTEMBER New filter system with teacher bypass
  5. 5. OCTOBER First n-Computing station at GMS
  6. 6. NOVEMBER N-computing stations at almost all LPS schools
  7. 7. DECEMBER First Linux Deployment (officially) at LPS
  8. 8. JANUARY Most LPS schools have open wireless network—students and staff are bringing in personal technology
  9. 9. FEBRUARY AHS hosts CoLearning 2.0 First LPS principal, Mike Montgomery, begins to podcast. Randy Stall turns 50
  10. 10. MARCH Office 2007 deployment begins… Fileway testing begins
  11. 11. Almost 100 people apply for TIE-- NCTE themes Annual Conference around video entitled Shift Happens APRIL
  12. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 18. WHAT DOES IT ALL MEAN?
  19. 19. PROGRESS HAPPENS.
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