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The future of technology for teachers in education


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The future of technology for teachers in education

  1. 1. Every Child…Every Day…No Excuses!
  2. 2. Did you know?57 % of Florida public elementaryschool students* are proficient inmath as measured by FCAT 2.0. *students in grades 3-5
  3. 3. 256,648 3rd-5th graders are not proficient!
  4. 4. 56 % of Florida public elementaryschool students* are proficient inreading as measured by FCAT 2.0. *students in grades 3-5
  5. 5. 262,617 3 rd-5th graders are not proficient!
  6. 6. Kids today are digital natives.As educators, we must take advantage of THIS FACT.
  7. 7. Welcome to OurDream School!
  8. 8. Where paper andpencil are not always needed, but…NETS and Technology ARE!
  9. 9. KEY ELEMENTS Management Software and Applications Classroom Set-up Equal Access for All Students Teachers’ Integration of Technology Classroom Software and Online Programs Infrastructure Professional Development
  10. 10. MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE & APPLICATIONSOne management system that seamlessly incorporates all essential components needed for an ideal student learning environment.Includes : Attendance Academic and Disciplinary Records Real-time Grades Relevant Medical Disclosures Use this key at the ESE Accommodations end of the Standardized Test Performance Data presentation to Contact Information revisit key ideas. Student Learning Style Inventory
  11. 11. The Ideal Student Management System Varies the Levels of Access  Parents  Students  Teachers  Administrators SampleSystems  School Logic  OpenSIS
  12. 12. THE CLASSROOM SET-UPThe ideal classroom set-up includes the following: Personal Learning Devices for Every Student and Teacher  Smart Phone  Laptop  Netbook  Tablet  MP3 Players Interactive White Boards Voice Amplification System Document Camera and Video Camera Advanced Desktop Computers Airliner Tablets SMART Student Response System Livescribe Pen for Every Student
  13. 13. TECHNOLOGY SUPPORTS  Standards Based Delivery (NETS)  Differentiated Instruction and Assessment  Project Based Learning  Choices for Students  Individualized Lessons and Practice  Options for Different Learning Modalities
  14. 14. CLASSROOM SOFTWARE & ONLINE PROGRAMS Resource Link Discovery Ed. SuccessMaker Study Island Renaissance Learning IXL %20Branded%20- %20Florida&gclid=CLj4ndfM87ACFcpeTAodCmC8ew Moodle Digital Books Sloodle ted Exceptional Student Education pps
  15. 15. INFRASTRUCTUREThe Ideal Student Learning Environment Includes: Reliable Network and Wi-Fi Copper and Fiber Optic Intranet Fiber Optic Backbone Tied to District Dedicated Full-time IT Manager Dedicated Full-time Technology Coach
  16. 16. PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENTThe Ideal Environment: Designs Professional Development Around  Student Data  Teacher Needs  Best Practices  Core Instruction Strategies Trains Teachers on Current Software Supports Technology Learning Communities Offers Flexibility in Delivery
  17. 17. Every ChildEvery DayNo Excuses!
  18. 18. Additional ResourcesTopicFCAT Statistics National Educational Technology Standards (NETS)Student Management Systems- Digital Natives, DigitalSchool Logic Immigrants by Marc PrenskyStudent Management Systems- Digital Learning DayOpen SisProfessional DevelopmentDifferentiated InstructionIdeal Technology Set-upTeacher ProfessionalDevelopment Video
  19. 19. Project CollaboratorsAmy Blamires, Stephanie Furey, Joel Hollon, Nancy Prout Sunday Tindell
  20. 20. To revisit the “Key Elements” of our school click the links below. Management Software and Applications Classroom Set-up Technology Supports Classroom Software / Online Programs Infrastructure Professional Development To return to the this page click the keys!