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During the 2011-12 school year, Education Services developed an innovation technology project that would create technology rich classrooms where teachers would demonstrate seamless technology ...

During the 2011-12 school year, Education Services developed an innovation technology project that would create technology rich classrooms where teachers would demonstrate seamless technology integration into classroom instruction. The project was designed to provide students with instructional activities to increase engagement, application and personalize their learning.

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    • Board of Education Workshop 3/5/2012
    • Education Technology PlanThere are three core ideas our district viewswith utmost importance in regard to the use oftechnology and our resources, and they are theessence of our technology and educationaltechnology plans: Inspiration Imagination Innovation
    • Education Technology Plan The inspiration to provide personalized student learning, also the heart and soul of the district’s 2010-2015 strategic plan, to help every student attain and put into daily practice, the skills necessary to move beyond the basics of digital-age learning.
    • Education Technology Plan The imagination to accurately envision a future that includes new and unique uses for current technology, or the use of technology unknown to us at this moment.
    • Education Technology Plan The innovation to understand that we cannot possibly teach our students how to use all technology that may exist in the future, and they will be better served if we provide them with foundational skills that build self-confidence, thus enabling them to explore and discover new ways to learn using technology.
    • Education Technology Plan• Select a Starting Point• Determine Assumptions• Articulate the Outcomes• Build the Timeline and the Shell
    • Education Technology PlanObjective 1:Identify, evaluate and implement innovative technologies(hardware and software) for all curriculum content areas andfor all teaching and learning environments.Indicator 1.1:Increase the district’s capacity to implement innovativetechnologies by implementing forecasting practices, pilotingand evaluating new technologies, and creating flexiblelearning spaces.
    • Education Technology PlanObjective 2:Provide students opportunities to learn and demonstrate theappropriate use of technologies as part of their educationalexperience.Indicator 2.1:Ensure the effective use of technology to enrich, monitor andincrease 21st century student learning and achievement.Indicator 2.4:Infuse technology and information literacy throughout thedistrict curriculum and instruction to support technologicallyrich environments.
    • Education Technology PlanObjective 3:Teachers and administrators will demonstrate competencies inthe use and integration of technology.Indicator 3.1:Implement teaching and learning strategies to incorporate 21stcentury tools, context and content.Indicator 3.2:Implement professional development to create technology richclassrooms and to support instructional technologyintegration.
    • Education Technology PlanObjective 3:Teachers and administrators will demonstrate competencies inthe use and integration of technology.Indicator 3.1:Implement teaching and learning strategies to incorporate 21stcentury tools, context and content.Indicator 3.2:Implement professional development to create technology richclassrooms and to support instructional technologyintegration.
    • Education Technology Plan Assumptions • SEEDING TO LEARN 1 • TO IMPACT STUDENTS WE MUST FIRST IMPACT 2 TEACHERS • DISTRICT OFFICE STAFF LIMITATIONS HAVE TO BE 3 FACTORED • TEACHER LIMITATIONS HAVE TO BE FACTORED 4 (ACKNOWLEDGE REASONABLE TIMEFRAMES) • PILOTING ALLOWS BETTER ACCESS TO EVALUATION 5 AND LONG TERM DECISION MAKING
    • Education Technology PlanWhat We Want to Explore HARDWARE SOFTWARE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SUPPORTS
    • Education Technology Plan Identify Disseminate Pilot Adjust Evaluate
    • K-5 Innovation SpacesPurpose: To identify, support and provide classroomteachers and students with technology-rich innovationspaces where the technology is seamlessly integratedinto teaching and learning.
    • K-5 Innovation Spaces• Create technology-rich classrooms where teachers demonstrate technology instructional strategies using an array of devices.• Technology focused on student applications and implementation.• Instructional strategies and framework will be inclusive of technology tools and resources.• Professional development provided using a variety of delivery methods.
    • K-5 Innovation SpacesRedefining the District Standard• Classroom technologies • SMART board • SMART board – K-1 racking system • Ladybug document cameras • Classroom camera – still/video • iPads, netbooks, laptops
    • K-5 Innovation SpacesSoftware/ Solutions • SMART Notebook • Edmodo • Virtual Clickers • Apps • Web 2.0 toolsProfessional Development • BV iTunes U and BV YouTube Channel • Instructional Strategies (Differentiation, Lesson Design, Technology Integration) • Using & Troubleshooting Technology in the classroom • SMART Notebook • Projects • Varied Delivery
    • K-5 Innovation SpacesProfessional DevelopmentTablet Institute Cluster 1: Introduction to Tablet Cluster 2: Organizing Content Cluster 3: Digital Storytelling Cluster 4: Classroom Productivity Cluster 5: Classroom Integration
    • Digital Learning Centers(Library Media): • Mobile learning spaces for group work, presentations and instructional activities. • Technology “hub” for student use, support and access. • Library Media Specialist will be given professional development opportunities to implement and support technology integration. • Library Media spaces will include technology pilots and evaluations for future implementation.
    • 6-12 Innovation Spaces• Create technology-rich classrooms where teachers demonstrate technology instructional strategies using an array of devices.• Technology focused lessons and materials that support instructional content available utilizing a variety of tools.• Technology focused on student applications and implementation.• Instructional strategies and framework will be inclusive of technology tools and resources.• Professional development provided using a variety of delivery methods.
    • K-12 Learning Spaces• Create technology-rich classrooms where teachers demonstrate technology instructional strategies using an array of devices.• Technology focused lessons and materials that support instructional content available utilizing a variety of tools.• Technology focused on student applications and implementation.• Instructional strategies and framework will be inclusive of technology tools and resources.• Professional development provided using a variety of delivery methods.
    • Presentation for the Board of Education Sue Dole Greg DeYoung Kristy Sailors