Dr. Leigh ZeitzUniversity of Northern IowaDrzreflects.comzeitz@ uni.edu
Is NOT about HardwareIs NOT about SoftwareIS about Kidware!
Research reviewed 9961:1 learning environments
2010 – 2011      42 Districts2011 – 2012     100 Districts>330 School Districts in Iowa
   Goals and Objectives   Financial Planning   Procurement   End-User Support   Curriculum Integration   Marketing a...
Van Meter High School
Flickr.com/soopahgrover                          ≠                              Flickr.com/jsim93
Cognitive Tools                   Engagers                                 droberton.wordpress.com Thesituationist.wordpre...
Janae (UCEA Castle)
   More than knowledge acquisition   Forming networks   Connecting nodes/information sources   Learning may reside in ...
tinyurl.com/networkedstudent
   Teachers   Curriculum   Teachers   Leadership   Teachers   Environment   Teachers
   Control HOW/WHEN    tech is used.   Adapt materials to    incorporate 1:1   Emphasize Project-    Based Learning
   Students can complete complex tasks   Tech is a tools with many applications   There IS high quality info on the Web...
   Entry     Delivers Curriculum - PowerPoint   Adoption     Directs students in procedural tech tool use   Adaptatio...
   Active     Actively engaged in using tech as a tool   Collaborative     Use tech to collaborate with others   Cons...
   Change doesn’t happen without PD     Teachers, Principals, Administrators, EVERYONE   Different Forms and On-going ...
Little evidence that TECHNOLOGY makes adifference in scholastic achievement.
   Maine     After 5 years: Little effect     Writing up 3.4 points out of 80 points   Michigan     4 higher, 3 lower...
   Uniform integration of tech   Teacher learning and    collaboration (monthly)   Use technology DAILY for    online c...
Orchestrated Immersion   Complex, interactive    experiencesRelaxed Alertness   Safe and highly-challenging    environme...
Collecting data is important, but moreimportant is collecting stories.
“Differentiated in genuine ways for all  students, with teachers who gather and mine  just-in-time data.     Further, teac...
“Each student andteacher wouldstruggle to see therelevance of such aquestion, becausecomputers havebecome integrated inwha...
Matt LevinsonAssistant HeadNueva SchoolHillsborough, California
tinyurl.com/networkedstudent
We must teach our students    for their tomorrows,           NOT our yesterdays.
We must teach our students    for their tomorrows,           NOT our yesterdays.
Thank You
1 to-1 is Not Enough: Engaging Today's Students in Technology-Rich Learning Environments
1 to-1 is Not Enough: Engaging Today's Students in Technology-Rich Learning Environments
1 to-1 is Not Enough: Engaging Today's Students in Technology-Rich Learning Environments
1 to-1 is Not Enough: Engaging Today's Students in Technology-Rich Learning Environments
1 to-1 is Not Enough: Engaging Today's Students in Technology-Rich Learning Environments
1 to-1 is Not Enough: Engaging Today's Students in Technology-Rich Learning Environments
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  • Gary Stager
  • Dennis Harper and Sylvia Martinez
  • Dennis Harper and Sylvia Martinez
  • “Collecting data is important, but more important is collecting stories. Compile anecdotal evidence and interview students. Publish projects that evolve out of the students’ opportunity to have 21st century access 24/7 as opposed to test scores and teacher-driven assignments. Cultivates a culture where learning is the focus, not the teaching.”
  • 1 to-1 is Not Enough: Engaging Today's Students in Technology-Rich Learning Environments

    1. 1. Dr. Leigh ZeitzUniversity of Northern IowaDrzreflects.comzeitz@ uni.edu
    2. 2. Is NOT about HardwareIs NOT about SoftwareIS about Kidware!
    3. 3. Research reviewed 9961:1 learning environments
    4. 4. 2010 – 2011 42 Districts2011 – 2012 100 Districts>330 School Districts in Iowa
    5. 5.  Goals and Objectives Financial Planning Procurement End-User Support Curriculum Integration Marketing and Communication Faculty Development Infrastructure Development
    6. 6. Van Meter High School
    7. 7. Flickr.com/soopahgrover ≠ Flickr.com/jsim93
    8. 8. Cognitive Tools Engagers droberton.wordpress.com Thesituationist.wordpress.com
    9. 9. Janae (UCEA Castle)
    10. 10.  More than knowledge acquisition Forming networks Connecting nodes/information sources Learning may reside in non-human appliances Nurture/Maintain connections
    11. 11. tinyurl.com/networkedstudent
    12. 12.  Teachers Curriculum Teachers Leadership Teachers Environment Teachers
    13. 13.  Control HOW/WHEN tech is used. Adapt materials to incorporate 1:1 Emphasize Project- Based Learning
    14. 14.  Students can complete complex tasks Tech is a tools with many applications There IS high quality info on the Web Will use technology appropriately Expectations changed after seeing how skilled students used technology
    15. 15.  Entry  Delivers Curriculum - PowerPoint Adoption  Directs students in procedural tech tool use Adaptation  Facilitates students exploring tech tool use Infusion  Teach provides context, students select tools Transformation  Tech tools used for HOTS. Achieve new things ACOT
    16. 16.  Active  Actively engaged in using tech as a tool Collaborative  Use tech to collaborate with others Constructive  Use tech to connect new info w/prior knowledge Authentic  Use tech to link learning to real world Goal Directed  Use tech to set goals, plan activities, monitor progress
    17. 17.  Change doesn’t happen without PD  Teachers, Principals, Administrators, EVERYONE Different Forms and On-going Teach how to teach with technology ISTE NETS for Tech Coaches Develop Student-Centeredness Gen YES  Student provide the support
    18. 18. Little evidence that TECHNOLOGY makes adifference in scholastic achievement.
    19. 19.  Maine  After 5 years: Little effect  Writing up 3.4 points out of 80 points Michigan  4 higher, 3 lower, 1 no difference Texas  Math slightly higher  Reading the same  Writing slightly lower.
    20. 20.  Uniform integration of tech Teacher learning and collaboration (monthly) Use technology DAILY for online collaboration and cooperative learning
    21. 21. Orchestrated Immersion  Complex, interactive experiencesRelaxed Alertness  Safe and highly-challenging environmentActive Processing  internalize info by actively processing it
    22. 22. Collecting data is important, but moreimportant is collecting stories.
    23. 23. “Differentiated in genuine ways for all students, with teachers who gather and mine just-in-time data. Further, teachers, students, and parents use technology every day to collaborate about what to do next in their collective pursuit of learning.”(Weston & Bain 2010)
    24. 24. “Each student andteacher wouldstruggle to see therelevance of such aquestion, becausecomputers havebecome integrated inwhat they do.” (Weston & Bain 2010)
    25. 25. Matt LevinsonAssistant HeadNueva SchoolHillsborough, California
    26. 26. tinyurl.com/networkedstudent
    27. 27. We must teach our students for their tomorrows, NOT our yesterdays.
    28. 28. We must teach our students for their tomorrows, NOT our yesterdays.
    29. 29. Thank You

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