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Win8 Tablets Leadership Perspective for Schools
Win8 Tablets Leadership Perspective for Schools
Win8 Tablets Leadership Perspective for Schools
Win8 Tablets Leadership Perspective for Schools
Win8 Tablets Leadership Perspective for Schools
Win8 Tablets Leadership Perspective for Schools
Win8 Tablets Leadership Perspective for Schools
Win8 Tablets Leadership Perspective for Schools
Win8 Tablets Leadership Perspective for Schools
Win8 Tablets Leadership Perspective for Schools
Win8 Tablets Leadership Perspective for Schools
Win8 Tablets Leadership Perspective for Schools
Win8 Tablets Leadership Perspective for Schools
Win8 Tablets Leadership Perspective for Schools
Win8 Tablets Leadership Perspective for Schools
Win8 Tablets Leadership Perspective for Schools
Win8 Tablets Leadership Perspective for Schools
Win8 Tablets Leadership Perspective for Schools
Win8 Tablets Leadership Perspective for Schools
Win8 Tablets Leadership Perspective for Schools
Win8 Tablets Leadership Perspective for Schools
Win8 Tablets Leadership Perspective for Schools
Win8 Tablets Leadership Perspective for Schools
Win8 Tablets Leadership Perspective for Schools
Win8 Tablets Leadership Perspective for Schools
Win8 Tablets Leadership Perspective for Schools
Win8 Tablets Leadership Perspective for Schools
Win8 Tablets Leadership Perspective for Schools
Win8 Tablets Leadership Perspective for Schools
Win8 Tablets Leadership Perspective for Schools
Win8 Tablets Leadership Perspective for Schools
Win8 Tablets Leadership Perspective for Schools
Win8 Tablets Leadership Perspective for Schools
Win8 Tablets Leadership Perspective for Schools
Win8 Tablets Leadership Perspective for Schools
Win8 Tablets Leadership Perspective for Schools
Win8 Tablets Leadership Perspective for Schools
Win8 Tablets Leadership Perspective for Schools
Win8 Tablets Leadership Perspective for Schools
Win8 Tablets Leadership Perspective for Schools
Win8 Tablets Leadership Perspective for Schools
Win8 Tablets Leadership Perspective for Schools
Win8 Tablets Leadership Perspective for Schools
Win8 Tablets Leadership Perspective for Schools
Win8 Tablets Leadership Perspective for Schools
Win8 Tablets Leadership Perspective for Schools
Win8 Tablets Leadership Perspective for Schools
Win8 Tablets Leadership Perspective for Schools
Win8 Tablets Leadership Perspective for Schools
Win8 Tablets Leadership Perspective for Schools
Win8 Tablets Leadership Perspective for Schools
Win8 Tablets Leadership Perspective for Schools
Win8 Tablets Leadership Perspective for Schools
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Win8 Tablets Leadership Perspective for Schools

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Review of uses of Windows 8 Tablets. Leadership choices and steps.

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    • 1. Looking at Academic Benefit and Technology PlanningNancy Caramanico, Technology and Education Specialist
    • 2.  Where are you calling in from today?
    • 3.  Welcome Research and Educational Technology Trends Leadership Looks at the Academic Benefit Windows 8 Features Windows 8 Tablets vs. Ipads Examples of Use in Schools Technology Deployment Planning, Choosing and Peripherals Policies and Ownership Models Assessing Progress for Students, School Next Steps for Your School
    • 4. http://pewresearch.org/pubs/2222/news-media-network-television-cable-audioo-radio-digital-platforms-local-mobile-devices-tablets-smartphones-native-american-community-newspapers
    • 5. ALL 3 - SMARTPHONE, COMPUTER, TABLET/IPAD SMARTPHONE, COMPUTER, TABLET/IPAD SMARTPHONE COMPUTER MOSTLY – EXPLORINGTRADITIONAL – OPTIONSRESEARCHINGOPTIONS
    • 6. National Educational Technology Standards for Administrators
    • 7.  Change is a Constant __How can we look out on the ‘Horizon’? __How can we heed the Research? __How does this apply to our Mission, Vision? __How can this information benefit your students, school? __How will you inspire and lead others toward a shared vision to support change?
    • 8.  Mobile Apps - One Year or Less Tablet Computing - One Year or Less Game Based Learning - Two to Three Years Learning Analytics - Two to Three Years Gesture Based Computing – Four to Five Years Internet of Things – Four to Five Years TechConnects Blog – N Caramanico http://ncara.edublogs.org/2012/0 2/09/emerging-technologies-to- watch-2012/
    • 9.  __What instructional innovations are improving learning today? __What supports are in place for all learners? __How can we foster effective practice in our school? __How can we connect to digital learning ideas and collaborate with other schools, educators?
    • 10.  Benefits Complete redesign Innovative in terms of layout Connect to all devices Use the same operating system across devices
    • 11.  Features: Intelbased CPU with always on Technology HDMI port, Memory port Detachable keyboard Three Modes 18 hour battery Wake from sleep 2.5 seconds, connect to cloud and wifi quickly Slim, light .35 inches thin
    • 12.  Ipad vs. Win Tablet  Two Areas Mac vs. PC  Curriculum Reason for Purchasing? Considerations What can be done on  IT Considerations tablet OR Ipad that can’t be done on current computer? Are you BYOD? Student Engagement To College, Work, Life Questions we consider
    • 13. Image Credit
    • 14.  Apps and Ebooks -  Apps and Ebooks - Most Growing number  Many mobile Management solutions management systems for schools, new and established solutions. Manage launches remotely. Server and remote  Server and Apple TV management compatibility Digital Textbooks –  Digital Textbooks – Many Some  Smartboards Smartboards Windows 8 Ipad
    • 15.  Current Choices of Windows 8 Tablets? Attendee choices and reasons for choosing.
    • 16.  Consumer Reports http://www.consumerreports.org/cro/tablet s.htm
    • 17.  Study of Learning Tpack and Ipads http://tips2012.edublogs.org/
    • 18.  Math – Khan Academy English –EssayMaker, Shakespeare Theology/Religion –Bible,Blogger History – World Maps World Languages – Audioboo, Spanish Learning Science – Periodic Table
    • 19.  What do you look for in apps? What functionality? What is most important to you Write it on the whiteboard
    • 20.  Educational, Productivity Content Related Engagement, Supports Pedagogy Functionality Assessment Capable Storage Options Sharable – Email, Social, etc
    • 21.  Bloom’sTaxonomy Apps, Kathy Schrockhttp://www.schrockguide.net/bloomin- apps.htmlSearch Engine for Appshttps://www.quixey.com/
    • 22. Vocabulary Review
    • 23.  Over 3400 videos Track access Find track and text
    • 24. App  SkypeOnline meetings Lesson Ideas:  Connect with another classroom  Connect with an author  Skype in to professional development
    • 25. Apps  Skitch  Sky Drive Lessons:  Social Studies – Have students collect and edit images for use if a project collage  ILA – Have students create digital stories based on a writing projects  Blurb Website http://www.blurb.com/mobile/home
    • 26. Apps Stanford U Khan Academy (Web and Ipad) Kindle and more  http://www.polleverywhere.com/#video  Flipped Classroom http://www.knewton.com/flipped-classroom/  http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=2H4RkudFzlc#!
    • 27.  __What changes to policy do you need? __What changes to classroom procedures will be necessary? __What additional information literacy skills will students require? __ What Online Safety and Digital Citizenship resources can be used to enhance knowledge and practice?
    • 28. • Technology Plan• Make a Difference for Learning• Smart Goals
    • 29.  Beginning to Go Digital Checklist Network Readiness __Are you wireless? __Other network upgrades needed? __What about printing? __Display options?
    • 30.  Beginning to Go Digital __Mission and vision correlations? __Academic correlations? __Standards correlations? Common Core, Other __Buy-in from faculty? __Professional Development Tie ins? __Buy in from School Community, Parents, Stakeholders?
    • 31.  Pilots  __Who will pilot?  __What will they use? Tools? Pedagogy?  __How will you evaluate?  __What worked? Benefits  __What did not? Challenges, Needs  __How will you refine this?  __How will you communicate results of pilot? Plan Next Round of Implementation
    • 32.  How have you piloted Windows Tablets? What successes can you share?
    • 33. ALWAYS UPDATING NEWLY UPDATED, NEED FINE FOR CHANGESNOWNO TOMOBILE POLICYPOLICY
    • 34.  School Owned Sets – Gwynedd School Owned One to One – Roman Catholic BYOD – Bring Your Own Device – New Canaan Student Owned and Purchased – St. Hubert’s Insurance
    • 35.  __What changes to policy do you need? __What changes to classroom procedures will be necessary? __What additional information literacy skills will students require? __ What Online Safety and Digital Citizenship resources can be used to enhance knowledge and practice?
    • 36.  AUP – Acceptable Use Policies Classroom Guidelines Parent Communications Insurance Info/Guidelines
    • 37.  __How can teachers and administrators learn using today’s technologies? __What professional development can be accessed? Both formal and informal? __How can leaders use technology in their professional practice? __What digital communications tools are being effectively used today for staying in touch w/staff, families and the broader school community?
    • 38.  Objectives Activities Assessment What are effective lessons? How can technology be a meaningful component? What features of the tool can help students to demonstrate or enhance understanding? What apps should I look at which will help students to showcase mastery or enhance learning? How can we evaluate and assess progress? http://ncara.edublogs.org/2012/08/13/connected- educators-a-to-z-e-is-for-evaluation/
    • 39.  Content and Components Langwich
    • 40.  How will you proceed? What information do you need to gather?
    • 41.  http://blog.proqc.com/s-m-a-r-t-quality- planning-goal-setting/ www.mashable.com www.Fasticon.com http://www.scribd.com/doc/94980508/iPad- App-Evaluation-for-the-Classroom http://jasonh1234.deviantart.com/art/PC- vs-Mac-Kids-v2-85030232
    • 42. Nancy Caramanico, InstructionalTechnology and Learning Specialistwww.caratechnology.netEducation Bloghttp://ncara.edublogs.orgNancy@caratechnology.netTwitter @ncara

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