 Home Outline Bridging the remote to the World High expectations from high school to  college Bridging the past with ...
Pat Windish
 Bridging the Remote to the World Bridging Student Expectations from  High School to College Bridging the Past with the...
Connecting the              Motivation             Student involvementWorldInternet use to bring the   Students get excite...
E-          readersLaptops                I-Pads          Technology
Chalk and chalkboard                                          “All 8th Gr. StudentsThe use of chalk and chalkboardhas bee...
Then                      Now(cost in today’s dollars)   Cell phone $4000             I-Phone $499          ($8595) Comput...
TECHNOLOGY FOR FUTURE          COST OF AN EDUCATIONSUCCESS                        LEARNING LAB   Research shows that when ...
Are we doing all that we can?Bringing the world to our classroom.    Setting high expectations for our           students ...
Building bridges to the next century
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  • Welcome School Board. How can we bridge our students to allow them the optimal opportunities to be successful in the 21st century?This presentation will outline 4 goals and supporting details about those goals.
  • Point 1: Bringing technology to the remote areas such as North Dakota through ITV, IVN, Skype, Interactive Smart BoardsPoint 2: Educators have also found valuable thinking tools among the technology applications available for educational purposes.Interactive technology in high schools brought the expectations of those same technologies at colleges and universities.Students are leaving high school with the knowledge of smart boards and not having the same opportunities in college.Point 3: The use of chalk and chalkboard has been replaced by interactive boards. Students no longer will sit unnoticed in the back of a classroom. Point 4: Student’s works more freely together and through their interaction and collaboration, students become a stronger educational unit. Students now look forward to using an active board where in the past they were apprehensive to working in front of the class.
  • Column 1: By using the internet, the world can be brought to the classroom with virtual tours. Using Google Earth, for example, The teacher can show real images of the Great Pyramids.Column 2: Students will learn how to search for information via the internet. The excitement of learning, kinetically, will motivate them to “dig deep” in their research.Column 3: Students who were given the tools to use within the classroom were more actively involved in the daily lessons. They were able to witness events from outside of their environment and were eager to participate in the daily instruction.
  • Students are gaining more options and access to emerging technologies. Starting at a younger age, students become more reliant on technology. The schools’ supplies list is also evolving. Laptops, as a tool, can be very engaging. Students are able to have the world at their fingertips.E-readers- such as the Kindle or Nook, allow for books and curriculum to be downloaded. No more 60 pound backpacks.I-Pad- is an audio-visual machine similar to a laptop. It provides a plethora of information and uses.
  • NCLB has raised the expectations through clearly defined standards.Chalk and Chalkboards talks about how students have gone away from the use of chalkboards to now using white boards. In time the chalkboards will be a thing of the past.Students more freely says that students will work collaboratively and will also work simultaneously. There will be no more waiting your turn or skipping students.Past to present states that 25 years ago very few schools had even a single computer in the classroom. Today nearly every classroom has multiple computers and nearly every school has computer labs and white boards.
  • Is the cost of technology really to much?
  • This offers a few items of technology from a decade ago compared to today. The dollars in parentheses is what it would cost today. http://ebandit.in/wp-content/uploads/2011/02/cost-of-technology.jpg
  • Research indicates that the use of these types of technologies prepare students for the future. A break down of costs to set up an educational theater in school.
  • To ensure that we are meeting our mission statement, are we ensuring that our students are getting the opportunities they deserve? The sky is the limit and we must provide our students the tools to build the bridge to the 21st century.
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  • Building bridges to the next century

    1. 1.  Home Outline Bridging the remote to the World High expectations from high school to college Bridging the past with the modern Fiscal responsibility Cost comparisons Conclusion Questions
    2. 2. Pat Windish
    3. 3.  Bridging the Remote to the World Bridging Student Expectations from High School to College Bridging the Past with the Modern Bridging Technology with Fiscal Responsibility
    4. 4. Connecting the Motivation Student involvementWorldInternet use to bring the Students get excited Students are more apt toworld to the classroom about learning be interactive
    5. 5. E- readersLaptops I-Pads Technology
    6. 6. Chalk and chalkboard  “All 8th Gr. StudentsThe use of chalk and chalkboardhas been replaced by interactive Students no longer will sit unnoticed in the back of a must be technologically boards classroom literate regardless of the student’s Students works more freely race, ethnicity, gender, f Students become a stronger educational unit Every student now has the ability to work simultaneously with their amily laptop income, geographic location, or disability.” Past to Present (NCLB U.S. Dept. of Ed.Twenty-five years ago, having acomputer in your was a mark of No school today seems complete without a full complement of 2001) distinction desktop computers
    7. 7. Then Now(cost in today’s dollars) Cell phone $4000 I-Phone $499 ($8595) Computer-no mouse Laptop $599 $600 ($1767)Dot Matrix $450 ($1326) Office Jet Printer $899Apple II $2638 ($7770) I-Mac $1699
    8. 8. TECHNOLOGY FOR FUTURE COST OF AN EDUCATIONSUCCESS LEARNING LAB Research shows that when  The cost runs about $800 students learn to use and for a home theater apply applications used in  $2,600 for a tablet PC the world of work, such as  $2,700 for a 1,700 lumens word processors, spreadsheets, c projector  $300 for cables omputer-aided drawing, Web site  Total of $7,300. development programs, and (Domermuth, David Jan2005) the Internet, they acquire some of the prerequisite skills for workforce preparedness
    9. 9. Are we doing all that we can?Bringing the world to our classroom. Setting high expectations for our students entering college. Bring the past to the present. Being fiscally responsible.
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