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Become an iAdministrator

  1. 1. Become an iAdministrator to Strengthen Your Leadership and Management Skills #1144 <ul><li>Dr. Richard J. Voltz, Associate Director </li></ul><ul><li>Illinois Association of School Administrators </li></ul><ul><li>Patrick Beedles, Account Executive, Apple Computer </li></ul>
  2. 3. http://illinoisasa.wikispaces.com/
  3. 5. http://www.ted.com/talks/mike_matas.html
  4. 6. Participant Outcomes <ul><li>Participants will be able to apply internet-based software applications for such purposes as: </li></ul>
  5. 7. Using Google Documents to make forms for classroom walkthroughs and teacher evaluation
  6. 8. Using “Twitter,” “Facebook” or “Blogger” to increase communication with their school and district constituencies.
  7. 9. Developing a strategic plan for incorporating 21st Century Skills into the curriculum at their school(s) and surveying constituencies using such as Google Documents, “polleverywhere,” or “SurveyMonkey” to establish input for the strategic plan.
  8. 10. Developing faculty professional development using “Jing” for screenshot type applications or “Audioboo” for podcast type applications.
  9. 11. Improving time management skills via use of texting, email, calendar use, Kindle for professional book reading and “Dropbox” for file sharing and hosting.
  10. 12. Learn how to use a tablet (iPad) as an education administrator
  11. 13. Outcome #1
  12. 14. Outcome #2
  13. 15. Outcome #3
  14. 16. Outcome #4
  15. 18. Outcome #5 <ul><li>Texting </li></ul><ul><li>Email </li></ul><ul><li>Calendar Use </li></ul><ul><li>Kindle </li></ul><ul><li>Dropbox </li></ul>
  16. 19. Complete Google Form
  17. 20. Collect participants email addresses
  18. 21. http://bit.ly/iasa_email
  19. 24. http://techguylabs.com /
  20. 28. You can watch this video at http://bit.ly/algebratext http://bit.ly/algebratext
  21. 29. The students never had a chance to tune her out – they were constantly being asked to participate one way or another, whether it was working out problems on the whiteboard (not interactive), watching instructional videos on the iPad, or working in groups
  22. 30. If the goal of learning is to figure out the “how” and not just the correct answer, then the gadget is doing its job. “Students don’t really look at it as it’s solving the problem for them. They really want to understand. Kids really do want to learn, and this just makes it more fun for them to learn,” Mitchell says.
  23. 31. Web 2.0 You create your own content. You create your own content.
  24. 32. Twitter
  25. 33. IASA Twitter Podcast
  26. 36. How educators can use social media to make their voices heard in budget debates <ul><li>Regardless of where they fall on the political spectrum, this much is clear: Educators need to tell their stories and make their voices heard over the pundit-driven media din. </li></ul><ul><li>Social media networks like Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, and LinkedIn are a good place to start. Free and easy to use, with micro blogs typically limited to 140-character messages, social media networks can be updated on the go from smart phones, iPads, and other mobile devices . </li></ul>
  27. 37. Blog
  28. 39. iGoogle
  29. 41. IASA Social Workplace
  30. 43. Use Digital Feedback For Strategic Planning
  31. 44. Polleverywhere http://www.polleverywhere.com / /
  32. 46. Surveymonkey http://www.surveymonkey.com / /
  33. 48. Use Web 2.0 for Staff Professional Development Professional Development
  34. 52. Save in the cloud
  35. 54. Best Search Engine
  36. 59. $285
  37. 64. http://www.khanacademy.org /
  38. 65. Every Special Education Teacher and Student Needs an iPad
  39. 69. FirstWords
  40. 70. IWriteWords
  41. 71. Stories2Learn
  42. 75. Education in Illinois needs to change due to state financial condition.
  43. 76. $15B deficit
  44. 77. 2% income tax increase generates $6.8B State retirement obligation for FY 12 = $6B State retirement obligation for FY 12 = $6B
  45. 80. Textbooks
  46. 87. Watch you thoughts; they become words. Watch your words; they become actions. Watch your actions; they become habits. Watch your habits; they become your character. Watch your character; it becomes your destiny.
  47. 88. Google Docs
  48. 90. Group Collaboration
  49. 93. Share
  50. 94. Google Forms
  51. 95. &quot;It is our job to know what is effective teaching practices and to hold teachers accountable.&quot; Dr. Mike Schmoker Dr. Mike Schmoker
  52. 96. Do all your teachers?
  53. 98. Teach the district’s adopted curriculum
  54. 99. Use Common Assessments
  55. 100. Based On
  56. 101. Engage Students
  57. 103. Classroom Walkthroughs
  58. 105. Input from your teachers and administrators
  59. 106. Timely and Effective
  60. 107. Used to improve teaching and learning
  61. 110. You do not have to have a gmail Account
  62. 124. Workflow
  63. 125. Mail
  64. 128. Calendar
  65. 130. RV’s Favorite Apps
  66. 131. Maps
  67. 133. USA Today
  68. 135. Amazon Kindle
  69. 137. Newsy
  70. 139. ReaddleDocs
  71. 141. Google
  72. 143. Flipboard
  73. 145. TED Mobile
  74. 147. Dropbox
  75. 149. Dragon Dictation
  76. 152. http://www.mhric.org/ipad/index.html
  77. 154. http://bit.ly/eU0XY5
  78. 155. Apps for Students
  79. 156. Star Walk
  80. 158. Kahn Academy
  81. 161. Speak It
  82. 163. momwithapps.com
  83. 165. Goldybear and the Three Locks
  84. 167. 3D Brain
  85. 169. WebReader
  86. 171. Weather Station
  87. 173. Pocket Heart
  88. 175. Disney Toy Story Toy Story
  89. 178. Frog Dissection

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