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21st Century IT Literacy Level I Follow Up Session

21st Century IT Literacy Level I Follow Up Session

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  • Allow 30 minutes for us (Steve, Charles, and Tezella) to talk and explain. Then allow up to one hour for them to collaborate and talk. Then… allow the last 30 minutes for them to share their charts with the larger group.
  • Allow 30 minutes for us (Steve, Charles, and Tezella) to talk and explain. Then allow up to one hour for them to collaborate and talk. Then… allow the last 30 minutes for them to share their charts with the larger group.
  • Tezella Cline
  • Charles (for Steve)
  • Charles White Explain Pass out handouts
  • Tezella Cline Build these into your lessons…
  • Tezella Cline Teachers will keep these…
  • Teachers move to various areas of the room to get into groups according to what they teach.
  • Teachers work as a larger group (subject area groups) to create charts.
  • This is how the charts will look for each group. With the different subjects at the top. Remind them to put each person’s name and school name on the back of the charts. WE keep these charts at the end. This becomes our data to work with and address.

21st century it literacy level i follow up 21st century it literacy level i follow up Presentation Transcript

  • Lenoir County Public Schools Preparing all students to be competitive and productive citizens in a global economy 21 st Century IT Literacy Grant Project (Golden Leaf) SMART Notebook 10
  • Lenoir County Public Schools Preparing all students to be competitive and productive citizens in a global economy 21 st Century IT Literacy Grant Project (Golden Leaf) SMART Notebook 10 Level I Follow Up Session SEA # 12-395
  • Level I Follow Up Session
    • Welcome & Introductions
    • Overview
    • Outcomes
    • Agenda
    • Collaboration Time
    • Timeline
    • Closing
    • Origin & History
    • Materials…
      • Carts
      • Laptops
      • Slates
      • Software
      • Training
    • IT Literacy Skills
    • Student Impact
    Overview of Grant Project
  • Connections to the Standards
    • 21 st Century Framework ( Rainbow )
    • The ISTE National Educational Technology Standards ( NETS – T)
    • North Carolina Professional Teaching Standards
    • Future-Ready Students for the 21st Century
    • New Evaluation Instrument for Teachers ( Rubric )
  • What are IT Literacy Skills? Creativity and innovation Communication and collaboration Research and information fluency Critical Thinking, Problem Solving and Decision Making Digital Citizenship Technology Operations and Concepts
  • Teacher Collaboration Sheet What’s Working? Current Focus / Challenges Next Steps? Resources & Support Needed Teacher: _______________ Date: ______ Coach: _______________________ 21 st Century IT Literacy Grant Project (Golden Leaf) Level I Follow Up Session Lenoir County Public Schools Preparing all students to be competitive and productive citizens in a global economy
  • Coaching Session
    • Move to subject-specific groups
    • Find a partner (take turns coaching)
    • Discuss how things are going with using these tools
    • Follow the conversation protocol to guide your conversation
    • Person coaching fills in the collaboration sheet then hands it back
  • Group Talk
    • Work with your subject group to chart the highlights from your conversations
    • Head the chart paper with the subject that you teach
    • Write each person’s name and school on the back of the chart paper
    • Record information on chart paper from all four quadrants
  • Science What’s Working Current Focus / Challenges Next Steps Support Needed
  • Science What’s Working
  • Coaching Activity Basic Conversation
    • Each teacher gets a sheet
    • Partner with a person
    • Coach begins by asking questions like…
      • What’s working for you?
      • What are some indicators that let you know it’s working?
      • How do these tools support students in learning and you as you teach?
      • What other factors/ indicators are you paying attention to?
      • Remember that the teacher should do most of the talking. Ask questions that open up the thinking. Remember to take notes and write key points that the person says. You are taking notes for the other person.
  • Coaching Activity Basic Conversation
    • Each teacher gets a sheet
    • Partner with a coach
    • Coach begins by asking questions like…
      • What’s your current focus or challenge?
      • What are some strategies that you have tried so far?
      • What might be some other possibilities?
      • What are some resources or people that could help?
      • Offer ideas as suggestions only
        • Have you thought of trying…?
        • What are your ideas about why it is going that way?
        • What if you tried…?
        • Describe what you want to see happen…
      • Remember that the teacher should do most of the talking. Ask questions that open up the thinking. Write down the important points that the person says.
  • Coaching Activity Basic Conversation
    • Each teacher gets a sheet
    • Partner with a coach
    • Coach begins by asking questions like…
      • What are your next steps?
      • What will you do to get started?
      • What might be some things you will need to remember as you move forward?
      • What are some success indicators that you expect to see?
      • How will these next steps support students in their learning?
      • How will these next steps facilitate your teaching and make it more engaging for students?
      • Remember that the teacher should do most of the talking. Ask questions that open up the thinking. (Write down key points what the person says.)
  • Coaching Activity Basic Conversation
    • Each teacher gets a sheet
    • Partner with a coach
    • Coach begins by asking questions like…
      • What resources will you need to support you as you continue in this project?
      • What kind of help do you need?
      • Who do you think can help?
      • What exactly do you want/ need from the person/people?
      • *How has this conversation helped to support you and guide your thinking about this work?
      • Remember that the teacher should do most of the talking. Ask questions that open up the thinking. Remember to write down key points of what the person says.
    *Always ask this question at the end of the conversation.
  • Time to share!
    • At 5:00 – Groups stop talking and listen as each subject-area group presents their charts.
    • Post charts
    • WE keep charts and each teacher keeps their own collaboration sheet with notes
  • Closing Notes…
    • How has this session/ conversation helped you?
      • Ticket out the door
    • Observations
    • Surveys
  • LCPS…
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  • Ipod Teacher Collaboration Sheet What’s Working? Current Focus / Challenges Next Steps? Resources & Support Needed Teacher: _______________________ Coach: _______________________
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