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Charting a course for empowered learning through the use of technology (4)
Charting a course for empowered learning through the use of technology (4)
Charting a course for empowered learning through the use of technology (4)
Charting a course for empowered learning through the use of technology (4)
Charting a course for empowered learning through the use of technology (4)
Charting a course for empowered learning through the use of technology (4)
Charting a course for empowered learning through the use of technology (4)
Charting a course for empowered learning through the use of technology (4)
Charting a course for empowered learning through the use of technology (4)
Charting a course for empowered learning through the use of technology (4)
Charting a course for empowered learning through the use of technology (4)
Charting a course for empowered learning through the use of technology (4)
Charting a course for empowered learning through the use of technology (4)
Charting a course for empowered learning through the use of technology (4)
Charting a course for empowered learning through the use of technology (4)
Charting a course for empowered learning through the use of technology (4)
Charting a course for empowered learning through the use of technology (4)
Charting a course for empowered learning through the use of technology (4)
Charting a course for empowered learning through the use of technology (4)
Charting a course for empowered learning through the use of technology (4)
Charting a course for empowered learning through the use of technology (4)
Charting a course for empowered learning through the use of technology (4)
Charting a course for empowered learning through the use of technology (4)
Charting a course for empowered learning through the use of technology (4)
Charting a course for empowered learning through the use of technology (4)
Charting a course for empowered learning through the use of technology (4)
Charting a course for empowered learning through the use of technology (4)
Charting a course for empowered learning through the use of technology (4)
Charting a course for empowered learning through the use of technology (4)
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  • Bringing Student owned devices is not the panacea or long term solution but it can serve a purpose
    Technical concerns about having different platforms, systems, and devices are real
    There continues to be a wide range of security issues
    Logistacal challenges ranging from students forgetting to bring devices to bandwidth or drop outs
    Legal concerns about cell phones vs internet devices, cipa, and others are all realities
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    • 1. Brevard Public Schools Steve Muzzy Assistant Superintendent/Educational Technology
    • 2.  Ensure Leaders understand the tools that exist for student-centric, project based learning opportunities  ET/IT perceived as support partners  Continue the conversation and work on eliminating the “Digital Disconnect” that occurs when the school day begins  Have a better understanding of what our customers are saying as it relates to technology use in our schools and how we compare nationally
    • 3. Background Data and Information The Big Picture
    • 4. Mobile 24/7 Anywhere
    • 5. Personal device K-2 Gr 3-5 Gr 6-8 Gr 9-12 Laptop 27% 32% 53% 70% Cell phone 17% 29% 59% 67% Smart phone 14% 17% 24% 31% MP 3 35% 55% 80% 85% © Project Tomorrow 2010 K-12 students have a lot of personal devices that they would like to use for schoolwork
    • 6. What students, teachers, parents, and administrators are telling us
    • 7. How important is technology to your students' success? 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% Not important Somewhat important Important Extremely important Teachers District Administrators Principals © Project Tomorrow 2010
    • 8. Students face obstacles using technology at school © Project Tomorrow 2010 Top responses from students: 1. I cannot use my mobile device (56%) 2. School filters and firewalls block websites I need (53%) 3. Teachers limit our technology use (37%) 4. Too many rules! (30%)  Cannot access my communications tools  Rules that limit use of my school’s technology
    • 9. How schools could make it easier to use technology – the student point of view © Project Tomorrow 2010 Students say: 1. Let me use my own mobile device (64%) 2. Let me use my own laptop (46%) 3. Give me unlimited Internet access on campus (45%) 4. Access my school projects from any computer – home or at school (44%) 5. I want to access my social networking site tools (39%) 6. Access school network from my device (38%)
    • 10. © Project Tomorrow 2010 Students: How would using mobile devices at school help you with your schoolwork? Besides communications and research, what do students say?
    • 11. © Project Tomorrow 2010 Besides communications and research, how do students say that using “mobile devices” in school will help them with schoolwork? Access social networking site 35% Access online textbooks 44% Learn about school activities 41% Share documents, videos and podcasts 36% Receive reminders and alerts 55% Take videos of class presentations or labs 39%
    • 12. Teachers’ beliefs about the potential benefits of using mobile devices for instructional purposes © Project Tomorrow 2010 Increases student engagement 56% Prepares students for world of work 45% Extends school day for learning 41% Improves teacher-parent-student communications 40% Personalizes instruction 33%
    • 13. Administrators’ perspectives on mobile devices within learning  66% of administrators say that the greatest benefit to using mobile devices:  increases student engagement in school and learning © Project Tomorrow 2010
    • 14. Parents Evaluate Mobile Devices Purchase 62%16% 11% 11% Likely Unlikely Not sure School responsibility © Project Tomorrow 2010
    • 15.  Grades K to 2 (Individual) 312  Grades K to 2 (Group) 2331  Grades 3 to 5 3820  Grades 6 to 8 1907  Grades 9 to 12 247  Grades 9 to 12 Addl Ques 85  Parent Surveys 599  Teacher Surveys 699  District Administrator 60  Total: 10,060  Lets take a closer look at the data Thanks to our GREAT SCHOOLS for your Participation!!!!!!!!! (See Speak up 200)
    • 16. Is this the right strategy in today’s world? Our Current Approach Regarding Student Owned Devices
    • 17. The Big Priorities Source: USDOE – Karen Cator Improve Access Make sure everyone is connected - has access that is consistent like electricity Manage Print to Digital Make sure content is digital, organized and accessible Focus on the front lines Make sure teachers have access - tools, resources, content, parents, experts Continuous Improvement Make sure there is constant focus on R&D, evolved evidence, technology transfer
    • 18.  Online Learning  Mobiles  Cloud Computing  Collaborative Environments/Online Communication Tools  Personal Web and the Free Agent Learner
    • 19. Access to Technology should be like access to Electricity 98% of BPS classrooms will have classroom technology associated with Sunrise Standard Due to refreshment program all schools have better than a 5:1 overall computer ratio Use of student owned devices could get you to the magical 1:1 ratio when needed
    • 20.  Budget  Professional Development  Policy  Security  Distractions  Time  To name just a few…..
    • 21. Concerns about using mobile devices at school Teachers with smart phones: their concerns about mobile devices in school 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% Loss of control No curriculum Need training Use for cheating Digital equity Distraction 16+ years 11-15 years 4-10 years 1-3 years © Project Tomorrow 2010
    • 22. Administrators’ perspectives on mobile devices within learning Administrators with smart phones: their concerns about mobile devices in school 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% Distraction Lack of best practices Theft concerns Lack of curriculum Digital equity Network security Teachers not trained District Administrators Principals © Project Tomorrow 2010
    • 23. Are You Interested?
    • 24.  Student Wireless Network  Policy Updates  Student Owned Devices  AUP  Internet Bandwidth Expansion  Computer use outside of classroom not uncommon – Internet cafes
    • 25.  We have a 4:1 to 3:1 average but we would like to do better  May be necessary in the near term to bring student owned devices to preserve technology enhanced instruction  Technical, security, equity, logistical, and legal concerns are a reality
    • 26.  Escambia  Polk – Working Towards  Sarasota – Working Towards  Marion  Leon  Forsyth, Ga.  Vail, AZ  Madison City Schools, Al  Watkins Glen, NY  St. Mary’s City, OH  Katy Independent School District, TX
    • 27.  Start a pilot program  A few classes  A few teachers  A School Improvement Plan Strategy  Experiment and Innovate
    • 28.  “If we continue to use technology in a manner that reinforces what has always been done in education, we will continue to receive the same results as in the past. Technology has the potential to empower students to increase the their rates of learning in the classroom by reforming the instructional process of teachers” Source: Florida Board of Education Technology Plan
    • 29.  Today’s Presentation  Florida Technology Plan  USDOE Education Technology Plan  Leveraging Banned Technologies article from CoSN  Can this work? – thejournal article  Making the Connection –Edtech mag article  Complete Speak Up 2009 National Findings  Speak Up Admin Password: bpsadmin

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