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ET call IT

  1. 1. ET
  2. 2.  Call
  3. 3.  
  4. 4.  IT
  5. 5.  
  6. 6.  
  7. 7.   How Educators and Technology Departments can play nice Dean Shareski ISASW Arlington, TX April 18,2013
  8. 8. This is me
  9. 9. This is me
  10. 10. This is me
  11. 11. This is me
  12. 12. This is me
  13. 13. This is me
  14. 14. This is me
  15. 15. This is me
  16. 16. This is me
  17. 17. This is me
  18. 18. This is me
  19. 19. This is me
  20. 20. shareski.cadean@shareski.ca @shareski
  21. 21. 7,000 students40 schools10 IT staff12,000 sq miles
  22. 22. 7,000 students40 schools10 IT staff12,000 sq miles
  23. 23. DUNCE
  24. 24. I  threw  down  the  idea/challenge  to  my  guys  to  consider  allowing  teaching  staff  to  be  local  admins  on  their  computers.    I  won’t  tell  you  what  the  ini:al  reac:on  was  LOL…  but  aer  much  discussion,  they’re  going  to  put  on  their  thinking-­‐caps  and  see  what  can  be  done
  25. 25. values
  26. 26. “We don’t makeeducational policy”
  27. 27. http://www.flickr.com/photos/worldbank/4699803809/ “Students are“Students are our most our most important clients”important clients”
  28. 28. “A Spirit ofInnovation”
  29. 29. http://www.flickr.com/photos/mcleod/6684760745
  30. 30. http://www.flickr.com/photos/mcleod/3909431214/
  31. 31. Structures
  32. 32. De-Centralized Purchasing http://flickr.com/photos/destructogirl/485253612/
  33. 33. Differentiation
  34. 34. Communication
  35. 35.  
  36. 36. Tech Support Team
  37. 37. Spaces
  38. 38. Spaces
  39. 39. Spaces
  40. 40. Spaces
  41. 41. Spaces
  42. 42. relationships
  43. 43.  
  44. 44.   Social
  45. 45.  Capital
  46. 46. The way to an IT person is through their stomach
  47. 47. Leaders Who Praise and Support Publicly
  48. 48. Transparency
  49. 49. Transparency
  50. 50. Document Success
  51. 51. http://www.flickr.com/photos/johndavey/3487719637Wisdom is knowing I dont know everything andsome of the things I do know might be wrong
  52. 52. Edu-Wins
  53. 53. Outside Devices
  54. 54. Apples and Oranges Windows
  55. 55. challenges
  56. 56. Filtering http://www.flickr.com/photos/peter_roberts/5334386342/
  57. 57. Prairie South Content Filtering Guidelines• Teachers are the best filters• Teachers need to be proactive• Content Filters do not teach about appropriate use• Off task behavior online should be dealt with the same as offline issues
  58. 58. a filter exists to protect children from accidentallybumping into unsavory material or getting there through simple searches. No usable filter isperfect, and the best filter is achieved through training the child to behave responsibility.
  59. 59. Bandwidth

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