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Sotf final handout for participants may 2010

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  • 1.   LoTi  Digital  Age  Survey,  Profiler  and  Observer  Tools     Step  One:   Access  the  LoTi  Lounge  at:  http://www.lotilounge.com/   Step  Two:       Click  on  the  link  that  says:    “MEMBER  LOG  IN”   Step  Three:   User  Name:  lotiguest        Password:  lotiguest       TEAM  UP,  EXPLORE  THE  TOOL  AND  CONSIDER  THESE  QUESTIONS:     • Did  you  find  this  instrument  inte resting,  engaging,  challenging,   or   provocative ?  Would  the  teachers  at  your  school?   • Is  it  worth  knowing  how  our  teachers  and  school  leaders  do  on  an   instrument  like  this?  Why  or  why  not?     Benefits   The  LoTi  Digital-­‐Age  Survey  has  a  variety  of  unique  benefits  that  make  it  the  leader  in  online   technology  assessments:      The  only  nationally-­‐validated  technology  needs  assessment  instrument  in  the  country    Aligned  both  with  ISTE’s  National  Educational  Technology  Standards  (NETS)  for  Teachers  and   Administrators,  and  with  the  initiatives  set  forth  by  the  Partnership  for  21st  Century  Skills.    Provides  participants  with  specific,  customized  feedback  in  three  dimensions  affecting   technology  use  in  the  classroom:  Current  Instructional  Practices  (CIP),  Personal  Computer  Use   (PCU),  and  LoTi  (Levels  of  Teaching  Innovation)    The  ONLY  assessment  instrument  measuring  teacher's  current  instructional  practices.   Research  has  shown  a  statistically  significant  relationship  between  current  instructional   practices  and  student  achievement  on  standardized  test  scores.    Provides  aggregate  school-­‐wide  needs  assessment  data  to  identify  current  education   technology  profiles  and  establish  goals    Includes  a  database  of  professional  development  recommendations  that  enables  teachers  to   match  their  LoTi  results  with  CUSTOMIZED  professional  development  offerings  according  to   their  assessed  needs    Can  be  used  as  part  of  an  ongoing  and  comprehensive  technology  evaluation  plan    Has  been  the  subject  of  over  50  doctoral  dissertations            
  • 2. College  Work  Readiness  Assessment  (CWRA)       To  access  a  demonstration  retired  Performance  Task:       • Please  visit  http://cla.cae.org     • When  prompted,  enter  Session  Number  27958-­‐9319708     You  will  see  the  same  interface  as  do  examinees;  thus,  you  will  be  prompted  to  answer  some   identifying  information  prior  to  beginning  the  assessment.  Using  the  demonstration  will  allow  you   to  view  one  Performance  Task.  Students  typically  take  one  of  six  available  Performance  Tasks.     Please  note  that  this  Performance  Task  is  applicable  to  both  four-­‐year  and  two-­‐year  institutions   considering  the  CLA  or  CCLA,  as  well  as  high  schools  considering  the  CWRA.         TEAM  UP,  EXPLORE  THE  TOOL  AND  CONSIDER  THESE  QUESTIONS:   • Did  you  find  this  instrument  interesting,  engaging,  challenging,   or   provocative?  Would  your  students?   • "It's  not  about  what  you  know,  it's  about  how  you  think?"  Do  our  current   classes  at  our  schools  prepare  students  for  an  instrument  like  this?   • Is  it  worth  knowing  how  our  students  do  on  an  instrument  like  this?  Why   or  Why  not?       Benefits   • Schools in the project test freshmen in the fall and seniors in the spring. • Provides at the end of the first year a measure of change between freshmen and senior years • Schools may track the progress of each successive freshman class. • Allows you to compare the value-added results from your school to results at other, similar institutions and to college freshmen in our national sample of colleges and universities. • Can be conducted with all the students in a small school or with representative samples in larger schools and allows you to gauge where and when the greatest gains are occurring, both taking a cross-sectional look at the relative performance of different grades that year and tracking the performance of individual students over time.