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The net effect nbsb presentation june 29 2010
The net effect nbsb presentation june 29 2010
The net effect nbsb presentation june 29 2010
The net effect nbsb presentation june 29 2010
The net effect nbsb presentation june 29 2010
The net effect nbsb presentation june 29 2010
The net effect nbsb presentation june 29 2010
The net effect nbsb presentation june 29 2010
The net effect nbsb presentation june 29 2010
The net effect nbsb presentation june 29 2010
The net effect nbsb presentation june 29 2010
The net effect nbsb presentation june 29 2010
The net effect nbsb presentation june 29 2010
The net effect nbsb presentation june 29 2010
The net effect nbsb presentation june 29 2010
The net effect nbsb presentation june 29 2010
The net effect nbsb presentation june 29 2010
The net effect nbsb presentation june 29 2010
The net effect nbsb presentation june 29 2010
The net effect nbsb presentation june 29 2010
The net effect nbsb presentation june 29 2010
The net effect nbsb presentation june 29 2010
The net effect nbsb presentation june 29 2010
The net effect nbsb presentation june 29 2010
The net effect nbsb presentation june 29 2010
The net effect nbsb presentation june 29 2010
The net effect nbsb presentation june 29 2010
The net effect nbsb presentation june 29 2010
The net effect nbsb presentation june 29 2010
The net effect nbsb presentation june 29 2010
The net effect nbsb presentation june 29 2010
The net effect nbsb presentation june 29 2010
The net effect nbsb presentation june 29 2010
The net effect nbsb presentation june 29 2010
The net effect nbsb presentation june 29 2010
The net effect nbsb presentation june 29 2010
The net effect nbsb presentation june 29 2010
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This presentation was delivered to the IT manages of the school districts of New Brunswick. It complimented a white paper and was developed for them to drive further consensus across their …

This presentation was delivered to the IT manages of the school districts of New Brunswick. It complimented a white paper and was developed for them to drive further consensus across their stakeholders of administration, educators, students and parents.

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  • 1. Technology & Education
    Accelerating Today's Access to Tools for Tomorrow's Achievements
  • 2. The Question
    Is it reasonable to assume that we can significantly improve teaching and learning?
    How can technology be used to do this?
  • 3. We’ll address these topics…
    Why do we need technology?
    What are the educational ingredients for success?
    How should we go about implementing it?
  • 4. Do you recognize this Classroom?
  • 5. Or this?
  • 6. An excellent environment for..
    Listening
    Taking notes
    Reading
    Taking exams
    Very Efficient
    Marginally Effective
    Teacher Led Instruction
    Passive Learning
  • 7. Great for getting jobs like...
  • 8. What about this classroom?
  • 9. We are currently preparingstudents for jobs that don’t yet exist…
  • 10. usingtechnologies that haven’t been invented . . .
  • 11. in order to solve problems we don’t even know are problems yet.
  • 12. We must educate for this...
  • 13. Begin with the 21st Century student
  • 14. Today’s Children Multitask
    They are distracted and focused
  • 15. They need 21st Century skills
    Critical thinking – sound reasoning
    Global awareness
    Communication
    Information literacy
    Scientific reasoning
    Creativity
    Source: Technology in Schools: What the Research Says (2006)
  • 16. To meet 21st Century needs - a pedagogical switch is taking place
  • 17. Cultivating this requires an effective pedagogy
    Retention
    Source: William Glasser
  • 18. Can we combine the pedagogical with the technological?
  • 19. The Technology-enabled Shift
    Teacher becomes a facilitator
    Interdependent learning becomes collaborative
    Students take control of their learning  ACTIVE Learners
    Technology can assist Teachers in providing an environment conducive to ACTIVE learning
  • 20. Some Technology Benefits
    Students are more motivated to learn
    Attendance increases
    Engagement improves
    Grades improve
    Improved communication between school and home
    Improved staff productivity
    • Provide students with 21st century job skills
    • 21. Increased school profile
    • 22. Improved student achievement
  • Disruption or Replacement?
  • 23. Improvements in Writing (2005)
    Source: 1-1 Learning: A Review and Analysis by the Metiri Group
    …in British Columbia a one-to-one computing study finds that students
    who use laptop computers to complete their writing assignments can boost their
    English scores by an average of 30 percent. Source: eSchool News Online
  • 24. But where can Technology create the disruption needed to make the leap forward we need?
  • 25. Here
  • 26. And of course here.
  • 27. most of which are outside the classroom…
  • 28. So, what is the crucial enabler of disruptive education?
  • 29. Where are students learning today?
  • 30. So is it this?
  • 31. or this?
  • 32. Computers are not disruptiveif they are not connected.
  • 33. An Example
    Over 240 schools across the state have received laptop computers
    Teachers recruited to develop a state-wide professional development course related to technology integration
    All 7th and 8th Grade students enabled with a laptop to reduce the digital divide.
    Network access implemented across the state.
    Via the internet Students, teachers, administrators and partners have equitable shares in education.
    “I like Social Studies more because last year was before we had them we just kind of used the textbooks, but now we get to go on the Internet and actually, you know, some speeches that we have we can find on the Internet and on WorldBook and that makes it a lot more interesting.” - student quote
  • 34. Many technology layers are needed for success
  • 35. Success metrics
    Define what you need to provide then acquire the software you need to do so.
    Develop, deploy and maintain a robust, scalable network.
    Invest in the human element.
    Be financially responsible.
    Sometimes take a walk.
  • 36. Learn from others….
    …and more
  • 37. how to build the perfect 21 Century teacher…
  • 38. Thank You.
    Any Questions?
  • 39. Recommended Reading
  • 40. References, Resources and Recommended Reading
    The International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE®) http://www.iste.org/
    HP’s Teacher Experience Program http://h30411.www3.hp.com/?jumpid=ex_r33_go_teacherexperience_EDU
    D-Link and Education: http://www.dlink.ca/category/solutions/?cid=68
    Eastern Townships School Board Launches Canada’s First Board-wide Laptop Program http://www.etsb.qc.ca/news/eastern-townships-school-board-launches-canadas-first-board-wide-laptop-program-7.aspx
    Disrupting Class http://www.claytonchristensen.com/
    Maine Learning Technology Initiative http://www.maine.gov/mlti/index.shtml
    Overview of Technology in Florida’sK-12 Public School System School http://www.cepri.state.fl.us/pdf/K-12%20Overview%2001-02.pdf
    1 to 1 Learning: A Review and Analysis by the Metiri Group http://www.metiri.com/
    Laptops for Learning Final Report and Recommendations of the Laptops for Learning Task Force March 22, 2004 http://etc.usf.edu/l4l/report.pdf
    Global Higher Education Report 2005 http://www.educationalpolicy.org/pdf/Global2005.pdf
    The Higher Education Quality Council of Ontario http://www.heqco.ca/en-CA/Pages/Default.aspx
    ESRI Canada http://www.esricanada.com/en_education/default.asp
    Canadian Network for Innovation in Education CNIE http://www.cnie-rcie.ca/?q=node/148
    A Snapshot State of the Nation Study: K-12 Online Learning in Canada http://www.inacol.org/research/docs/NACOL_CanadaStudy-lr.pdf
    Youtube.com/21stCenturyNB's Channel http://www.youtube.com/user/21stCenturyNB
    Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pedagogy
    http://nbbusinessjournal.canadaeast.com/journal/article/1064838
    http://blogs.itbusiness.ca/2010/06/new-brunswick-releases-21st-century-learning-plan/
    Canadian School Library Association (CSLA) http://www.cla.ca/casl/literacyneeds.html
    Education Evolving http://www.educationevolving.org/content_view_all
    Wireless Generation http://www.wirelessgeneration.com/
    Democracy in Education http://www.yale.edu/terc/democracy/media/mar27.htm
    Joel H. Spring (multiple sources) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joel_Spring
    A Nation at Risk, U.S. Department of Education http://www2.ed.gov/pubs/NatAtRisk/intro.html
    U.S. Department of Education http://www.ed.gov/
    Council of Ministers of Education, Canada http://www.cmec.ca/Pages/default.aspx

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