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One-to-One Bootcamp Day 1 at AJHS

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    • TRANSFORMINGLEARNING THROUGHONE-TO-ONEby Tracy Watanabe@tracywatanabewwwatanabe.blogspot.comFriday, May 24, 13
    • BRAINSTORMHow have you usedtechnology in yourclassroom?Image by Tracy WatanabeFriday, May 24, 13
    • HOW CAN AJHS USEONE-TO-ONE TOTRANSFORM LEARNING?“If we teach today as wetaught yesterday, we rob ourchildren of tomorrow.”John DeweyPhoto by Tracy WatanabeFriday, May 24, 13
    • OUR JOURNEYPhoto Credit: Al_HikesAZ via Compfight ccFriday, May 24, 13
    • CHANGE ISSCARY,ANDNECESSARY“The snake which cannotcast its skin has to die.As well the minds which areprevented from changingtheir opinions; they ceaseto be mind.”-Freiedrich Nietzsche Photo by Tracy WatanabeFriday, May 24, 13
    • OBJECTIVESThe four themes about transforming learningthrough one-to-one today are:One-to-One is a learning initiative, not atechnology program. (It’s not about shinyobjects; it’s how the technology is used.) Photo by Tracy WatanabeTransformation occurs when learning networks are used bystudents to create, communicate, collaborate, discover,critically think, problem solve, contribute healthily, & reflect.One-to-One compliments Common Core implementation.Collaboration is the vehicle for making these shifts occur.Friday, May 24, 13
    • DISCUSS -- YOUR TURNWhat were you hoping to:learn from this training?take away from discussinghow AJHS can use One-to-One to transform learning?Some rights reserved by milos milosevicFriday, May 24, 13
    • ONE-TO-ONEArizona’s First Choice...Excellence ineverything we doImage by Tracy WatanabeFriday, May 24, 13
    • THE NEED FOR CHANGEWhere does our vision fit with this?Education Evolution VideoFriday, May 24, 13
    • WHAT DOES THE COMMON CORE SAYABOUT THE NEED FOR CHANGE?What does this change look like?The Hunt InstituteFriday, May 24, 13
    • TECH & COMMON COREThey use technology and digital mediastrategically and capably“Students employ technology thoughtfully to enhancetheir reading, writing, speaking, listening, and languageuse. They tailor their searches online to acquire usefulinformation efficiently, and they integrate what theylearn using technology with what they learn offline.They are familiar with the strengths and limitations ofvarious technological tools and mediums and can selectand use those best suited to their communicationgoals.” -- corestandards.orgFriday, May 24, 13
    • JIGSAWACTIVITYUsing the anchorstandards, where do wesee technology in theCommon Core?Some rights reserved by el patojoFriday, May 24, 13
    • TECHNOLOGY IN THE COMMON CORETransform LearningVideo by Atomic LearningFriday, May 24, 13
    • TPACKThe focus is the overlapand innerplay ofContent, Pedagogy, andTech (they are not to beviewed in isolation)TPACK is effectiveteaching and learning withtech; and how to leveragethe tech for learning ofthe contentImage reproduced by permission ofthe publisher, © 2012 by tpack.orgFriday, May 24, 13
    • HOW WILL WE ENGAGE OURSTUDENTS IN LEARNING?Connected Learning: ‘Engaged’Creative Commons License: Attribution & NonProfitFriday, May 24, 13
    • PHASE 3:STEM & PBLInformation from ADEFriday, May 24, 13
    • Considering the idea, question, or proposition before you:E=Excitements. What excites you aboutthis idea or proposition? What’s the upside?W=Worries. What do you find worrisome aboutthis idea or proposition? What’s the downside?N=Needs. What else do you need to know to find out about thisidea or proposition?S=Stance, Steps, or Su!estions. What is your current stance oropinion on the idea or proposition? What should your next stepbe in our evaluation of this idea or proposition? Whatsuggestions do you have at this point?COMPASS POINTSImage by Tracy WatanabeFriday, May 24, 13
    • DEFININGEFFECTIVETEACHING &LEARNING INONE-TO-ONEWhat are the componentsof effective learningactivities?When does technologytransform learning?Friday, May 24, 13
    • ONE-TO-ONE...is an educational initiative,and not a technologyprogram.refers to the device-to-student ratio, in order togive learners increasedaccess to qualityeducational opportunities.Image by Tracy WatanabeBased on 7/27/10AJUSD training "omDr. Michael Gielniak, One-to-One InstituteFriday, May 24, 13
    • ONE-TO-ONE NEEDS A CHANGEDCULTURETechnology is a tool, but handing outChromebooks won’t cause change in ourclassrooms.The shift occurs in our beliefs, by changingour expectations and what we focus on.Stop focusing on our teaching, and startfocusing on learning.Image by Tracy WatanabeBased on 7/27/10AJUSD training "omDr. Michael Gielniak, One-to-One InstituteFriday, May 24, 13
    • BUILDING A SHARED VISION OF TEACHING &LEARNING BEST PRACTICES IN ONE-TO-ONE“In School Reform From theInside Out, Richard Elmore(2004) insists that systemic,school-wide improvement instudent achievement occursonly in schools where teachersand administrators haveexplicitly created a sharednorm about teacher andstudent performance.”--Peer Coaching, Session 3Image by Tracy Watanabe created in TagulFriday, May 24, 13
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    • Tech allowsfor the creationof new tasks,previouslyinconceivableTech acts as atool substituteEG: Global collaborations; orcreate and share with anexpert audience outside theclassroomEG: Create and publish onlineand receive peer review incommentsEG: Write an essay, use copyand paste to revise, and createa visual to go with itEG: Answer questions on Schoologyor Galileo instead of a paperworksheet or quiz; Showing a videofrom YouTube instead of the VCRBased on SAMR by Dr.Ruben PuenteduraLearningTransformationLearningEnhancementFriday, May 24, 13
    • SCAVENGER HUNTActivity Steps:Part A: Tracy will share Scavenger Huntdocument through D’Octopus. Review thedocument. Use the Scavenger Hunt document torecord your observations as you watch the video,Media Saves the Beach.Part B: Write the evidence found in the video forwhat level of DOK the task was and howtechnology was used for learning.Part C: Share answers with a partner.Part D: Chalk Talk Reflection.Creating a sharedunderstanding ofeffective learningactivities in 1-to-1:What is the DOKLevel?Does thetechnologytransform learning?Activity adapted "om Microso Peer Coaching,Session 3, Developed by Peer-EdFriday, May 24, 13
    • SCAVENGER HUNTMedia Saves the BeachBased on Microsoft Peer Coaching Session 3, designed by Peer-EdFriday, May 24, 13
    • SCAVENGER HUNTMedia Saves the BeachBased on Microsoft Peer Coaching Session 3, designed by Peer-EdFriday, May 24, 13
    • SCAVENGER HUNTActivity Steps:Part A: Tracy will share Scavenger Huntdocument through D’Octopus. Review thedocument. Use the Scavenger Hunt document torecord your observations as you watch the video,Media Saves the Beach.Part B: Write the evidence found in the video forwhat level of DOK the task was and howtechnology was used for learning.Part C: Share answers with a partner.Part D: Chalk Talk Reflection.Creating a sharedunderstanding ofeffective learningactivities in 1-to-1:What is the DOKLevel?Does thetechnologytransform learning?Activity adapted "om Microso Peer Coaching,Session 3, Developed by Peer-EdFriday, May 24, 13
    • OUR DEFINED NORM OF THE TRAITS OF EFFECTIVETEACHING AND LEARNING IN ONE-TO-ONEHow would you defineeffective learningactivities?How would you know itwas an effective learningactivity?What is technology’s placein effective learningactivities? Photo by Tracy Watanabe of BugscopeBased on Microso Peer Coaching Session 3, by Peer-EdFriday, May 24, 13
    • EVALUATING STUDENT LEARNINGAND LESSON ACTIVITIESChoose two lessons toevaluateEvaluate the DOK, techuse, state evidence, andsuggest ways to improve itGoogle Apps Feedback byinserting commentsDebriefImage by Tracy Watanabe created in TagulFriday, May 24, 13
    • the technology? (This is the difference between the technologyenhancing or transforming?) Why or why not?DEBRIEFWhy are DOK Level 3 orLevel 4 the target for studentlearning?How did the use oftechnology enhance ortransform the lesson?Would the results of thelesson be the same withoutFriday, May 24, 13
    • WHAT DOES TRANSFORMATION OFLEARNING WITH TECH LOOK LIKE?Brainstorm whatlearningtransformationwith technologylooks like.How doesOne-to-One help?Friday, May 24, 13
    • TRANSFORMING LEARNING WITH TECHOne-to-One can help:Increase student engagementthrough authentic learningexperiences.Students interact withcontent and primaryresources as part of theirlearning. Project Bugscope:Students control highpowered microscope toobserve bugs we mailedthem. Students askquestions of experts.Photos byTracyWatanabeFriday, May 24, 13
    • TRANSFORMING LEARNING WITH TECHOne-to-One can help:Connect learners withexperts and audiences theywouldnt normally learnwith due to proximity ortime zone differences.Learning to expandbeyond the four walls -- itsubiquitious.Video by Tracy WatanabeBased on 7/27/10AJUSD training "omDr. Michael Gielniak, One-to-One InstituteFriday, May 24, 13
    • TRANSFORMING LEARNING WITH TECHOne-to-One can help:Students control pacingand use their strengths.Individualize instruction,and promotecollaboration.Create a flexible learningenvironment. Photo by Tracy WatanabeBased on 7/27/10AJUSD training "omDr. Michael Gielniak, One-to-One InstituteFriday, May 24, 13
    • TRANSFORMING LEARNINGTechnology transforms learning whenstudents are the:CreatorsCuratorsDigital CitizensCritical ThinkersContributorsCommunicatorsCollaboratorsFriday, May 24, 13
    • HOW DOES TECHNOLOGYINTEGRATION ADD VALUE?What does it mean to enhancelearning with technology?How can tech be integrated intothe curriculum to help achieveacademic standards?What is technology’s place ineffective learning activities?Photo by Tracy WatanabeBased on Microso Peer Coaching Session 3,by Peer-EdFriday, May 24, 13
    • REVIEWINGMORERESOURCESSearch for DOK 3 & 4activities in your content areaSearch for technologythat transforms learningShare through Diigo GroupsFriday, May 24, 13
    • SYNTHESIZE:1. Write a sentence summarizing themain idea of effective lesson activities.2. Share with three other people, andwrite down their main ideas.3. Synthesize those ideas -- what themes are we hearing?Friday, May 24, 13
    • “COOKING UP”ASHARED VISIONWhat are the ingredientsto a successful one-to-onelearning environment?Some rights reserved by purpletwinkieKnow what to “cook”Use the best “recipe”Have the right “ingredients”and “tools”Friday, May 24, 13
    • VISION ANDCOMMUNICATIONWhat are ourstakeholders’ currentbeliefs about AJHS?What are ourstakeholders’ currentbeliefs about One-to-One?(Admin, Teachers, Students, Parents, Community)Friday, May 24, 13
    • VISION ANDCOMMUNICATIONWhat beliefs do we wantour stakeholders to haveabout AJHS? One-to-One?(Admin, Teachers, Students, Parents, Community)Friday, May 24, 13
    • VISION ANDCOMMUNICATIONHow will focusing on DOKLevels 3 & 4 help create thebeliefs desired about AJHS?One-to-One?(Admin, Teachers, Students, Parents, Community)Friday, May 24, 13
    • ONE-TO-ONELEARNINGENVIRONMENTWhat are the ingredientsto a successful one-to-onelearning environment?Some rights reserved by purpletwinkieFriday, May 24, 13
    • ONE-TO-ONE LEARNING2 Cups Planning1 Cup Leadership1 Cup Tech Infrastructure& Support1 Cup LearningCommunities and PD1 Cup CommunicationWhat are the ingredients toa successful one-to-onelearning environment?Some rights reserved by Indiana Public MediaFriday, May 24, 13
    • PLANNINGStrategic PlanningDevelop Shared Vision &Shared LeadershipImage by Tracy WatanabeBased on 7/27/10AJUSD training "omDr. Michael Gielniak, One-to-One InstituteFriday, May 24, 13
    • LEADERSHIP INVOLVEMENTOngoing PDProvide & ProtectCollaboration Meetings timefor DOK 3 & 4Support Collaboration CoachesInstructional RoundsWalk Throughs/ObservationFeedbackCommunicationDisciplineModel what you want to see:instructionallyin leadershipin relationshipsin pedagogyin technology integration/tools for collaboration andreaching beyond the 4 wallsFriday, May 24, 13
    • TECH INFRASTRUCTURE & SUPPORTAUP for ChromebooksBandwidth/Access PointsChargingTech Support: Lonnie & SorenTroubleshooting for teachers/studentsHanding out devices: Parent NightDigital CitizenshipStoring during electives/PE Photo by Tracy WatanabeBased on 7/27/10AJUSD training "omDr. Michael Gielniak, One-to-One InstituteFriday, May 24, 13
    • LEARNING COMMUNITIES & PDOngoing PD for admin & teachersOngoing PD/support forCollaboration CoachesPlanned and protected time forlearning communitiesBuilding PLNFocus on DOK 3 & 4; pedagogy;Common Core (the tech withinCCSS); & changing classroomculturePhoto by Tracy WatanabeBased on 7/27/10AJUSD training "omDr. Michael Gielniak, One-to-One InstituteFriday, May 24, 13
    • COMMUNICATIONAJHS Community: Students, Teachers,Support Staff, Classified Staff, SPEDDepartment, Media Specialists, Custodial/Grounds, Bus Drivers, PR (Brian Killgore),Tech, Ed Services, Leadership Team, BoardMembersAJ Community & Beyond: Parents/Guardians, Local Media, Businesses, SocialMedia, LegislatorsFriday, May 24, 13
    • RESEARCHJIGSAWACTIVITYWhat does theresearch say? Image by Tracy Watanabe created in Tagul & Swift PublisherFriday, May 24, 13
    • RESEARCHCASTLE BriefProject RED3-5 years for seamless tech integrationFrom teacher use to students useTech tools wont change jackStudent achievement only changes withpedagogy shift and using the tech toolto transform learning (by maximizingtime, collaboration, and reachingbeyond the 4 walls)Photo by Tracy WatanabeFriday, May 24, 13
    • PROJECT RED RESEARCHPermission touse byProject REDFriday, May 24, 13
    • CASTLE RESEARCHIncreased writing scoresIncreased GPAIncreased studentengagement, attendance,behavior, and motivationIncreased teacher practicesIncreased PBL, anddecreased traditionalseatworkCASTLE BriefFriday, May 24, 13
    • 022.545.067.590.02009-20102010-20112011-2012AIMS 7th Grade Reading Meets & Exceeds83 8778.5Arizona’s Instrument to Measure Standards (AIMS)AJUSDFriday, May 24, 13
    • 00.250.500.751.00PretestDemonstrateVelocityPost-TestDemonstrateVelocityPretestNewton’sFirstLawPost-TestNewton’sFirstLawPretestNewton’sSecondLawPost-TestNewton’sSecondLawPretestNewton’sThirdLawPost-TestNewton’sThirdLawPretestGraphingPost-TestGraphingPBL Results9%91%23%77%25%75% 74%26%18%82%69%31%5%95%76%24% 22%76% 74%26%CCJH STUDENTS GO “CSI” ATMOCK CRASH SITEPhoto Credits: Brian Killgore from AJUSDApproaches & Falls Far BelowExceeds & MeetsFriday, May 24, 13
    • 00.931.852.783.70Fall -- NarrativeSpring -- Expository2012-2013 BenchmarksHOW DOES BLOGGINGTRANSFORM LEARNING?“Teachers need to stopsaying, ‘Hand it in,’ and startsaying ‘Publish it,’ instead.”-Alan November3rd Grade Bloggers3rd Grade Non-BloggersFriday, May 24, 13
    • JUST A FEW OF OURCLASS BLOGS...Friday, May 24, 13
    • blogs.goaj.org/bligonblogs.goaj.org/pcarpentCCSS.ELA-Literacy.CCRA.W.6 Usetechnology, including the Internet, to produceand publish writing and to interact andcollaborate with others.CLASSBLOGSFriday, May 24, 13
    • ACTIVITY:4 C’SMaking Thinking VisibleFriday, May 24, 13
    • DISCUSSWhat are the Key Ideas andTake-Aways from today?Image by Tracy WatanabeFriday, May 24, 13
    • ONE-TO-ONE ISA LEARNINGINITIATIVE, NOTA TECHNOLOGYPROGRAM“The real problem is notadding technology to thecurrent organizationof the classroom, butchanging the culture ofteaching and learning.”- Alan NovemberImage by Tracy WatanabeFriday, May 24, 13
    • TECHNOLOGY TRANSFORMSLEARNING WHEN STUDENTS:Create, communicate, collaborate, discover,critically think, problem solve, contributehealthily, & reflectShare ideas and collaborate with remote groupsReceive real-world feedback on their workfrom an audience or expert from outside theclassroomHave access to primary resources, qualityinformation, or points of view that are notavailable otherwisePhotos by Tracy WatanabeFriday, May 24, 13
    • PREPARINGFOR YEAR 13One-to-One and CommonCore goes Hand-in-HandImage by Tracy WatanabeFriday, May 24, 13
    • TRANSFORMLEARNINGWITHONE-TO-ONECollaboration is thevehicle for the cultureshifts that occurin One-to-One,Common Core, and PBLPhoto by Tracy WatanabeFriday, May 24, 13
    • CHANGEChange takes time because it requires:building relationships and trustbuilding capacitypositioning people/combinations of people to maximize their strengthsmodelingequipping to be successfuldeveloping the experienceempowering them (shared leadership)measuring growthPhoto by Tracy WatanabeFriday, May 24, 13
    • HEADLINESThink of the big ideas andimportant themes fromthe research.Write a headline for thistopic that summarizes andcaptures a key aspect thatyou feel is significant andimportant on thebackchannel.Photo Credit: Pensiero via Compfight ccHeadlines from Making Thinking VisibleFriday, May 24, 13
    • Q & AHow can AJHS useOne-to-One totransform learning?Photo by Tracy WatanabeFriday, May 24, 13
    • HOW CAN AJHS USEONE-TO-ONE TOTRANSFORM LEARNING?“If we teach today as wetaught yesterday, we rob ourchildren of tomorrow.”John DeweyPhoto by Tracy WatanabeFriday, May 24, 13