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  • Carl.... This is a job well done!!! I remember a few years ago at TCEA when you shared your vision of this project during lunch. YOU ARE AN EDUCATOR THAT INNOVATES !!!!!
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  • This is wonderful!!!!.... Carl, I remember when you shared your vision for this project during lunch at TCEA a few years ago. Job Well Done..... you are an EDUCATION INNOVATOR!!!!!!
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  • Greetings - Introduce yourself LEAP - Learning and Engaging through Access and Personalization
  • Simon Sinek - Ted Talks Apple products - Follow the same guidelines
  • Learning has changed as the world has changed - In 1789 - World was transformed by the invention of the Steam engine by James Watt
  • Learning has changed as the world has changed - In 1789 - World was transformed by the invention of the Steam engine by James Watt
  • Pass-back generation How do we leverage engagement for instructional value?
  • High school computers in Spring of 2011 vs Fall of 2012 Dictionaries for every student. Value - VVE teacher rotating kids through back of the classroom computers. Instant ON
  • Kinder blog at BCE CCE shared model vs. EE 1 cart-per classroom Khan Academy - advanced
  • notice anything?
  • 1:1 Research has been happening for years. Here’s just a few. The only difference was, these weren’t iPads.
  • Project Red. A study of 997 schools across the United States revealed 9 key factors to successful implementations. The top three being: 1. Ensuring uniform integration of technology in every class - (Marzano & Waters, 2009) 2. Providing time for teacher learning and collaboration (at least monthly) - (Marzano 2003) 3. Using technology daily for meaningful student online collaboration and cooperative learning - (Marzano, Pickering & Pollock, 2001)
  • Much of this modeled after the WIFI implementation. More informal conversations mixed in with formal presentations similar to the one we made to the Board on March 5th. stage 2 - address and discuss concern over screen time, common language between school and parents regarding the privedges earned. Stage 3 - examples of usage, internet responsible usage as earned, training parents
  • Much of this modeled after the WIFI implementation. More informal conversations mixed in with formal presentations similar to the one we made to the Board on March 5th. stage 2 - address and discuss concern over screen time, common language between school and parents regarding the privedges earned. Stage 3 - examples of usage, internet responsible usage as earned, training parents
  • Get it in the hands of teachers early! several days prior to student use. We also cut back Ed Techs, switched to Google, got rid of an extra PLC time period. (DON’T do that)
  • SAMR Model - Dr. Ruben Puentadura Substituting - tech improves with no functional change (notes) Augmenting - using the tools to enhance the lesson and there is a functional change. (FaceTime audio note) Modification - tech promotes for redesign of tasks. (band on field recording Peak - tech creates new tasks and integration
  • 1 1/2 hour summer orientation Some built in trainings over basic apps at late start, appy hours share time
  • More subject/grade level specific training is what the staff wants. Apple academy (restricted) iTunesU “flipping” iPadpalooza June 19th
  • Stage 1 - discussing this with students now, cyberbullying, digital permanence Stage 2 - As privelidges increase, so does awareness and responsibility Stage 3 - Student has earned rights to usage, fully able to personalize their learning
  • Video played on launch day during all english period classes. Someone from both teams available for questions Also, repeating these expecatations throughout the year - Keener in Canada class example
  • What about the money? Couple of misconceptions out there - 1. Bond money should be spent on salaries. Can’t do that. Community voted to spend 15.365 mill on technology. That’s what we’re spending it on. 2. iPads aren’t computers. In the original package designed in Nov of 2009, iPads didn’t exist, so we use the term “computers” and actually acknowledged that this is a loose term as technology changes so quickly. 3. We won’t need more money - now with infrastructure going down, we can put more devices in the hands of kids.
  • Substitution plan vs. Value add
  • All - in - one. Aside from paper consumption, battery life and instant on - Look at all the other things we won't be buying with extras apps Doc cam Camera Camcorder Clicker Laptop Textbooks?
  • All - in - one. Aside from paper consumption, battery life and instant on - Look at all the other things we won't be buying with extras apps Doc cam Camera Camcorder Clicker Laptop Textbooks?
  • What kind of message are you giving? Make sure students have some rights to personalize, otherwise its just a locked down fast-booting laptop.
  • Linda - review

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  • 1. iPads, Eanes ISD, & the LEAP Initiative
  • 2. TheImportance of Why WhyPersonalized learning for all students
  • 3. WhyHowWhat Source: How Great Leaders Inspire Change - Simon Sinek
  • 4. Why Learning
  • 5. Why
  • 6. Why Engagement
  • 7. Why Access When and where?
  • 8. Why Personalization
  • 9. Why
  • 10. Why L earning and Engaging through E Access and A Personalization P
  • 11. Why 1:1 Research Existing programs with established research: • Henrico County Virginia’s Teaching and Learning Initiatives (2001) • Maine’s Learning Technology Initiative (2002) • Texas Immersion Pilot (2003) • Michigan’s Freedom to Learn (2005) • Florida’s Leveraging Laptops (2006) • Pennsylvania’s Classrooms for the Future (2006) • North Carolina’s 1:1 Learning Technology Initiative (2008)
  • 12. Why 1:1 Research Scoop.it/ipad-research
  • 13. Why How
  • 14. Why CommunityHow EducationStage 3 - Digital Learning Nights, monitoring,parent training & collaborationStage 2 - More in-depth discussion on level-based guidelines, active vs. passive screen timeStage 1 - Campus-based presentations, Boosterclub involvement, digital safety presentations
  • 15. WhyHow Changing Teaching & Learning
  • 16. WhyHow Redefinition Modification Augmentation Substitution Source: SAMR Model -http://www.hippasus.com/rrpweblog/archives/2012/01/19/SAMR_GuidingDevelopment.pdf
  • 17. WhyHowProfessional Learning Stage 1•Initial Orientation•Late start days•Lunch N Learns•Appy Hours
  • 18. WhyHowProfessional Learning Stage 2 •iPad Immersion •Apple Academy •iTunes U •iPadpalooza •PLC time
  • 19. StudentsWhyHow Expectations ExpectationsStage 3 - Take home rights earned, full onlinecollaboration, personalized apps & learningStage 2 - More access as earned, email, take-home expectations, basic online collaborationStage 1 - Internet Driver’s License, digitalcitizenship, organization, basics, expectations
  • 20. WhyHow Student Expectations Link to Student Expectation Videohttp://youtu.be/9TU0viO1A7o http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9TU0viO1A7o
  • 21. WhyHow Technology Category Estimates ($15.365M)Original Current
  • 22. WhyHow• Original replacement plan: 4,223 computers• 2,923 for student use•(2.6 students to 1 computer)• Current plan: 10,185 computers• 9,535 computers for student use•(1 student to 1.24 computers)
  • 23. WhyHow • Ongoing Savings on Infrastructure • “Consumerization of IT” • Energy Savings • Printing Savings • Simple Repair Process
  • 24. WhyHow What
  • 25. WhyHow What What Long Battery LifePersonal Engaging Access toLearning Tools Source: HookedOnInnovation.com
  • 26. Don’t be distractedfrom the most important message http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9TU0viO1A7o
  • 27. In their own words... WIFI Video Update Here:http://vimeo.com/35540777
  • 28. Thank you