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HZSD Learning Technology Goals

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The Horizon School Division Learning Technology Goals

The Horizon School Division Learning Technology Goals

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  • 1. Infusion and the NEW Learning Technology Plan By: Russ and Jim Learning Technologists!
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  • 3. Learning technology goals
    • A detailed, curriculum focus of long term technology planning.
    • Addresses educational needs and allows for technology enabled learning.
    • Attainable at various levels of skills and expertise.
    • It requires the infusion of learning technology.
  • 4. Goals
    • Improved student achievement and enhanced learning outcomes are the guiding principles to procuring, implementing and using technology within Horizon.
    • Addressed through Long Range Learning Outcome Goals
  • 5. #1 – Reading
    • By June of 2011, 80% of students will use infused technology to support reading outcomes.
  • 6. Reading Objectives
        • Teachers will utilize CentraliSchool – Information/Communication Technology [1] in subject areas.
        • Students will use online reading sites, reading tutors, and/or interactive reading programs.
        • The students will record a reading sample, share and self assess their own work using one of a variety of options such as tape recording, software applications, and video taping.
        • [1] http://www.centralischool.ca/wblrd/web_resources.html
  • 7. Getting there!
    • Destinations!
    • Reading Samples
      • Nokomis – Story Reading
      • Humboldt Public – oral reading
  • 8.  
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  • 10. #2 - Writing
    • By June of 2011, 80% of students will use infused technology at least once to support writing process outcomes.
  • 11. Writing Objectives
    • Teachers will utilize CentraliSchool – Information/Communication Technology in subject areas.
    • Students will use interactive tools to develop the writing process such for pre-writing, drafting, revising, editing, and publishing. (Inspiration/Kidspiration, KidPix, PowerPoint)
    • The student will compose, publish and share the writing sample with an audience electronically.
  • 12. Getting there!
    • Destinations!
    • Writing Samples – GGEC
    • Inspiration/Kidspiration
    • St. Brieux – Gr. 9 Poetry
  • 13. #3 - Mathematics
    • By June of 2011, 80% of students will use infused technology at least three times to support math outcomes.
  • 14. Mathematics Objectives
    • Teachers will utilize CentraliSchool – Information/Communication Technology in subject areas.
    • Students will use online math sites, math tutors, and/or interactive math programs.
    • The students will be able to demonstrate mathematical competency with a variety of instruments.
      • Calculators, manipulatives (Kidspiration, National Library of Virtual Manipulatives ), measurement tools, spreadsheets (Excel), etc. (KidPix)
  • 15. Getting there!
    • Kidspiration 3
    • Supporting Math 3/6/9 via Ubershare!
    • Karen’s Math in Horizon’s New Learning Center
    • Destination Math!
  • 16. #4 – EROCKs
    • By June 2011, 60% of students will create an Electronic Representation of Curricular Knowledge once in each of the four core subjects.
  • 17. EROCKs Objectives
    • Students will create a verbal EROCK in Audacity, Sound Recorder, First Class or other program.
    • Students will create a visual representation of a concept in Kidspiration/Inspiration, KidPix, or other suitable software.
    • Students will create an EROCK using multiple media in KidPix, Kidspiration/Inspiration, PowerPoint, or other suitable software.
    • Teachers will create a lesson led using visual representations such as a blog entry, unit in a Learning Management System, PowerPoint notes, Inspiration/Kidspiration template, slide show, webpage, or other suitable electronic medium.
  • 18. Getting there!
    • Gr. 6 Science – Understanding Electricity Wiki
    • Physics 20 – concept mapping – teacher / student
  • 19.  
  • 20. Web Publishing - WIX
    • Wynyard - Fan Site – IP20 Public Relations
      • Example_1 - Example_2
    • Holdfast – Gr. 4-6 ELA – poetry publishing
      • Example_1 Jacob - Example_2
    • Teachers are using it as well! Unit plans etc.
      • Assignments
  • 21. Tikatok – Online Book Publishing
    • Teacher Management System
  • 22. Tikatok – Online Publishing Easy to use screen online book editor. Ituna / Wynyard
  • 23. Scratch – Visual Programming
  • 24. Questions?
  • 25. Confused? In In