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Everybody Has A Chromebook? Now What?

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    • 1. Everybody Has A Chromebook! Now What? Everybody Has A Chromebook Except Me! Now What? Tom Foley Maine East High School, Park Ridge, IL tfoley@maine207.org
    • 2. Special Thanks To … Dr. Hank Thiele Assistant Superintendent for Technology and Learning Google Certified Teacher, Administrator, and Trainer Ms. Aida Awad Maine East Science Dept Chair Google Certified Trainer National Association of Geoscience Teachers, NAGT President Google Geo Teacher Mr. Michael Cannizzo Maine East Technology Manager For slides and information on Roll Out and Roll Out Preparation.
    • 3. What I Thought My Schedule Might Be: Physics I: Sophomores Physical Science (SPED): Sophomores Physics II: Juniors and Seniors
    • 4. What My Schedule Is: Physics II: Juniors and Seniors PLTW – POE: Juniors and Seniors Hence: No Students With Chromebooks!
    • 5. Today’s Presentation 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Brief Overview Of D207 History of 1:1 in D207 Chromebook Rollout Apps And More Apps Student/Teacher Reaction
    • 6. District Overview: •16 Miles NW of Chicago •7000 high school students •1500 staff members •3 large high schools & an academy •Teachers leading teachers
    • 7. Maine East High School Data from 2012 – 2013 Illinois School Report Card At-A-Glance
    • 8. T i m e l i n e
    • 9. • • • • • • • • • • • Why Chromebooks in 207? Fast, light, battery life, Internet based (specifications) Native Google integration Textbook availability and cost offset Price is low and includes keyboard and mouse Management console, "test mode", & security Monitoring and organization tools (Hapara) Additional apps and tools Automatic updates Full browser with flash Internal (16Gb) and external storage Lives in the cloud
    • 10. Deployment Comparison Typical Laptop Cart or Lab Creation of base image & configuration = 24hrs Deployment of image = 2-4hrs Follow-up configurations = 1hr  Total time spent per cart/lab = 29hrs • • • Chromebooks Unboxing Qty 25 = 30 mins Setup and initial config = 1hr Deployment = 1hr  Total time spent = 2.5hrs • • •
    • 11. Support Comparison Typical Laptop Cart or Lab Installation of "after the fact" custom applications Time spent doing hardware repairs Time spent re-imaging Avg 10 trouble tickets per day • • • • Chromebooks Initial user training done by teacher Two issues in six months • • Preparing Chromebooks for Students
    • 12. Student Tech Geniuses • A program for technology driven students • Students helping students with technology • TGs will support the ChromeDepot! • Incentives for TGs o o o o o Internship or service credit Learning opportunities Tech-activities Access to cool tech and training Possible summer employment
    • 13. Student Readiness • Help at purchase • Online Resources • 1st day of school program • Chrome Depot • Tech Geniuses • Use of GAFE in 207 and in elementary schools
    • 14. 207 Teacher Readiness • 6 years of GAFE • 4 formal 1-2 hr training sessions • 4 Coaches per building • 1 Coach per department • 17 Apps CTs • Chrome Depot • Focus on SAMR model and great instruction
    • 15. Parent Readiness • FAQ's o Gathered using Moderator • Parent Meetings • Website o FAQ's, resources, videos
    • 16. Textbook Offset Cost Neutral Proposal Key Factors: Students buy their books Defunct State Textbook Program Cost of other resources Weight of backpacks • • • •
    • 17. Cost of Chromebook Freshman - $304.94 Chromebook - $240.49 Google management - $30 Case - $14.75 Hapara Dashboard- $19.70 Sophomore - $299.54 Chromebook - $240.49 Google management - $30 Case - $14.75 Hapara Dashboard- $14.70
    • 18. Freshman Year
    • 19. Sophomore Year
    • 20. Student Owned But School Managed
    • 21. Hapara-Teacher Managment
    • 22. What does the Hapara dashboard do?
    • 23. Textbooks online for 2013-2014 Freshman: • Science: Biology I, IFL Biology, Biology ESL, Biology Special Education, Biology Accelerated • Math: Pre-Algebra, Algebra I Extended, Algebra I, Algebra II Freshman, Algebra II Accelerated • Social Science: History of Western Civilization • Foreign Language: Spanish 1, 2, 3 (with text) workbooks online, French 1 & 2 (with text) workbooks online, Italian 1 & 2 workbooks online
    • 24. Textbooks online for 2013-2014 Sophomores: • Science: EMCP, EMCP ESL, EMCP Special Education, Chemistry I & ESL, Physics I & ESL, Chemistry Accelerated • Math: Sophomore Algebra, Plane Geometry, Geometry for Sophomores • Social Science: AP European History, Global Studies, Global Studies Accelerated • Foreign Language: Spanish 1, 2, 3 (with text) workbooks online, French 1 & 2 (with text) workbooks online, Italian 1 & 2 workbooks online
    • 25. Seamless integration with Google Apps core tools & offline access too!
    • 26. Google Keep Gmail Offline Google Drive Google Dictionary (by Google) goo.gl URL Shortener Hangouts Google Calendar Sumo Paint Google Slides Cloud Reader Hapara Remote Control Teacher Dashboard Ext Diigo Web PDFzen PDF Viewer & Editor Desmos Graphing Calculator Chrome Apps Pre-Installed On Chromebooks
    • 27. Students have access to our sub-store when logged in with school account
    • 28. My Chrome Desktop
    • 29. My Chrome Desktop
    • 30. Management Apps Hapara Dashboard – manage student work and monitor during class time.
    • 31. Flipped Classroom Apps Screencast-o-matic Velocity Video: used for absent students (or teacher) Momentum Problems: can hear thought process
    • 32. What do students do with videos from flipped classroom? VideoNotes Take notes on a YouTube video while video is being played
    • 33. Chromebooks are very often used as formative assessment tools across disciplines.
    • 34. Google Forms (Drive) http://goo.gl/5gQ8VC Poll Everywhere Can create PowerPoint slide for poll that embeds in a presentation with add-in.
    • 35. Socrative Mastery Manager: If your school uses Mastery Manager for assessment analysis
    • 36. What do current users say? Student 1 Student 2 A Teacher
    • 37. So…. •There is still a lot of work to do with teacher and student readiness. •Chromebooks do not fully replace laptops. •Must apply the SAMR model! •Chromebooks level the playing field, at least during school. •It was a very good idea to start with just freshmen and sophomores! •Everyone must remember that this is a process!
    • 38. Thanks For Coming!

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