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North Carolina Educational Technology Plan 2012-2014
North Carolina Educational Technology Plan 2012-2014
North Carolina Educational Technology Plan 2012-2014
North Carolina Educational Technology Plan 2012-2014
North Carolina Educational Technology Plan 2012-2014
North Carolina Educational Technology Plan 2012-2014
North Carolina Educational Technology Plan 2012-2014
North Carolina Educational Technology Plan 2012-2014
North Carolina Educational Technology Plan 2012-2014
North Carolina Educational Technology Plan 2012-2014
North Carolina Educational Technology Plan 2012-2014
North Carolina Educational Technology Plan 2012-2014
North Carolina Educational Technology Plan 2012-2014
North Carolina Educational Technology Plan 2012-2014
North Carolina Educational Technology Plan 2012-2014
North Carolina Educational Technology Plan 2012-2014
North Carolina Educational Technology Plan 2012-2014
North Carolina Educational Technology Plan 2012-2014
North Carolina Educational Technology Plan 2012-2014
North Carolina Educational Technology Plan 2012-2014
North Carolina Educational Technology Plan 2012-2014
North Carolina Educational Technology Plan 2012-2014
North Carolina Educational Technology Plan 2012-2014
North Carolina Educational Technology Plan 2012-2014
North Carolina Educational Technology Plan 2012-2014
North Carolina Educational Technology Plan 2012-2014
North Carolina Educational Technology Plan 2012-2014
North Carolina Educational Technology Plan 2012-2014
North Carolina Educational Technology Plan 2012-2014
North Carolina Educational Technology Plan 2012-2014
North Carolina Educational Technology Plan 2012-2014
North Carolina Educational Technology Plan 2012-2014
North Carolina Educational Technology Plan 2012-2014
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North Carolina Educational Technology Plan 2012-2014

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Overview of the State Education Technology Plan for use in planning district technology plans.

Overview of the State Education Technology Plan for use in planning district technology plans.

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  • Julian Start with thisRaise your hand if you have: SmartphoneLaptopiPod/MP3Tablet/iPadThen follow up with the Focus Questions on the slide – having the participants post this to Today’s MeetIf you don’t have this then your technology plan should include goals, objectives and activities to provide universal access to devices. Exploring all ways to increase equitable access for students and teachers.
  • Julian:For Example in your planning you may use NCLTI or the IMPACT model to implement and evaluate universal accessIs anyone using another model or familiar with other models?
  • JulianAs you plan, bring all stakeholders to the table to leverage funds and personnel. Remember what Cynthia said earlier “facilitate a more strategic budgeting model utilizing blended funding.
  • Consider what professional development is needed to meet your goals?Think about where you are in relation to 21st Century Skills DevelopmentAs you are thinking consider:Common CoreEssential Standards – Revised BloomsITESThe new evaluation instrumentsAnd Race to the Top
  • Project based, research driven with tools that promote global outreach, engagement and collaboration.
  • Design effective, high quality job embedded Professional Development – Just in timeConsider using these tools as you design, implement and evaluateyour PD. survey staff, use STNA, Working Conditions survey.If you are using the IMPACT model – then you have access to the IMPACT RubicsIf you are using the NCLTI model – then you have access to the Readiness assessment
  • Create a vision of what you want your district to look like.Make sure your vision in the technology plan the same as in Race to the top and SIP, if notWork to bring all stakeholders together in the process of developing your Technology plan and help lead them to a common Vision.No vision or plan should be in isolationTake stock of the current situation – identify weaknesses and strengths, target several priority items
  • For example,PLCs for AdministratorsFocus groupsBlogsVehicle for changeAdvocacyModels for IMPACT and NCLTI
  • Like county commissioners, school board, chamber of commerce, High education facilities, parents and others. These partnerships can be for funding or in kind.
  • If you are providing effective, high qualified, job embedded teacher professional development. Are you providing that same type of professional development for your administrators and district level personnel. Do all of you administrators understand their role and the importance of seeking out professional development to support initiatives like RTTT, CC and ES?They need to include in their PD opportunities likePhase III CC/ES/ITES TrainingWork with your regional consultant for leadership PDIntel Leadership ForumTie in the evaluation for administrators
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    • 1. NC SchoolNC State SchoolTechnology PlanTechnology Plan
    • 2. --- Priority 1 ---Shared Services Model
    • 3. The primary objective of the NCEdCloud is to provide a world-class IT infrastructure as a foundational component of the NC education enterprise. Moreover, the NCEdCloud will provide for:• Equity of access to compute and storage resources;• Efficient scaling according to aggregate NC K-12 usage requirements;• Consistently high availability, reliability and performance;• A common infrastructure platform to support emerging instructional and data systems;• Sustainable and predictable operational cost. Resource: http://cloud.fi.ncsu.edu/overview/model.php
    • 4. Implications for Instruction Move expenditures from back-end to frontline
    • 5. Implications for InstructionMore direct technical supportfor instructionalapplications, services anddevices.
    • 6. Implications for InstructionIncreased reliability brings high and sustained use.
    • 7. Innovative Funding Models a v STRATEGIC o i d S I L OCole Thompson Photography 2007 S
    • 8. --- Priority 2 ---Universal Access to Personal Teaching and Learning Devices
    • 9. Focus Questions• Which of these devices do you have in your LEA? – For Students – For Teachers – For Administrators
    • 10. Focus Question• Consider what models you could use to implement, sustain and evaluate universal access for teaching and learning.
    • 11. Focus Question• Consider how you can leverage your financial resources to implement and sustain universal access.
    • 12. --- Priority 3 ---Access to Digital Teaching andLearning Resources, Including Digital Textbooks
    • 13. Resources Access to Digital Teaching & Learninghttp://www.flickr.com/photos/familymwr/5322740412/in/faves/63823359@N03/
    • 14. Why Digital Resources? new educational model that uses technology & digital resources"puts students at thecenter and empowersthem to take controlof their ownlearning . . . “
    • 15. Digital Resources http://www.flickr.com/photos/superzelle/4730206646/sizes/z/in/faves-63823359@N03/ delivered via the Internet – web-based information – variety of formats – interactive tools educational apps on portable devices
    • 16. Digital Textbooks ability to re-mix & http://www.flickr.com/photos/shiftstigma/4792345807/sizes/z/in/photostream/ differentiate cross-curricular always current aligned to NC curriculum increasingly affordable (OER)
    • 17. NC Education Cloud http://www.flickr.com/photos/msspider66/52824952/sizes/z/in/photostrea LOR (learning object repository) enhanced access tagged and shared content
    • 18. Strategy 3 in Your LEA Shift from traditional resources to http://www.flickr.com/photos/lwr/3958280732/in/faves-63823359@N03/ affordable, current online resources Utilize procured resources such as NC WiseOwl and other open education resources
    • 19. Strategy 3 in Your LEA Ensure equity to digital teaching and learning http://www.flickr.com/photos/lwr/2404792571/sizes/z/in/photostream/ resources from school to school in your LEA Use digital content aligned specifically to Common Core and NC Essential Standards
    • 20. --- Priority 4 --- Model of Technology-EnabledProfessional Development
    • 21. Consider where your district is in relation to 21st century skills development.
    • 22. Consider what’s needed to create 21st Learning Cultures? Research DrivenStudent Centered Interdisciplinary Project-based Learning Relevant, Rigorous and Real-world
    • 23. Effective, High QualityProfessional Development
    • 24. --- Priority 5 ---21st Century Leadership
    • 25. Leadership Begins With Vision
    • 26. Focus Question• Consider what’s needed to grow 21st Century Leaders.
    • 27. Focus Question• Consider what partnerships you need to cultivate to move forward.
    • 28. Effective, High QualityLeadership Professional Development
    • 29. • STNA Evaluation• MCREL Make it Count!• EVAAS• Discipline Records• AMTR Reports• Attendance Reports (student and teacher)• Evaluations (formative and summative)
    • 30. Things to Remember• Update policies – make sure they are aligned with the vision• Technology plan and policies posted on main website (Erate rule)• Local board approval is not required before submission of draft on November 15, 2011.• Local board approval is required by April 2012.• Provide a digital copy to your consultant by April 6, 2012 including local board approval signature sheet.• Effective 2 years- July 1, 2012 through June 30, 2014
    • 31. Credits• Flickr.com-Sinclair Archives and others• Cole Thompson Photography• Florida’s Educational Technology Clearinghouse• www.freeimages.com• en.wikipedia.org• freeimagescollection.com• http://www.bestphotos.us/• Library of Congress• http://www.alegriphotos.com/• http://teamaltman.com• http://www.itechnews.net – University of Wisconsin• Open source – API – Twitter, Google,

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