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iPad for School Administrators

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Dr. Voltz's presentation on how school administrators can use iPads to do administrative work such as classroom walkthroughs and teacher evaluations.

Dr. Voltz's presentation on how school administrators can use iPads to do administrative work such as classroom walkthroughs and teacher evaluations.

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  • 1. iPad for School Administration Use
    • Dr. Richard J. Voltz, Associate Director
    • Illinois Association of School Administrators
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  • 6. Education in Illinois needs to change due to state financial condition.
  • 7. $13B deficit
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  • 10. Change is coming!
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  • 14. 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.
  • 15. "It is our job to know what is effective teaching practices and to hold teachers accountable." Dr. Mike Schmoker Dr. Mike Schmoker
  • 16. Do all your teachers?
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  • 18. Teach the district’s adopted curriculum
  • 19. Use Common Assessments
  • 20. Based On
  • 21. Engage Students
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  • 23. Classroom Walkthroughs
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  • 26. Look for teachers who require students to read, discuss, and write about what they have read.
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  • 30. Doug Reeves on Classroom Walkthroughs Classroom Walkthroughs Classroom Walkthroughs
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  • 32. Input from your teachers and administrators
  • 33. Timely and Effective
  • 34. Used to improve teaching and learning
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  • 37. You do not have to have a gmail Account
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