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  • My section is charged with providing PD for the College.Working with K-12 teachers is a natural extension.
  • Utilized 21st century language in course description to attract audienceCommon Core and NC Essential StandardsTechnology is woven throughout and is not siloed
  • FTE is down everywhere.Our attempt to improve. Easier to do with Con Ed.Push to offer more continuing education opportunities
  • Nc3 adl presentations tech teachers

    1. 1. Professional development for K-12 classroom NC3ADL 2013 TechTeachers 1 Mia F. Murphy, Ed.D.
    2. 2. About Your Presenter  Director of Educational Technology & Learning Resources at JCC  Online Learning  Instructional Technology  Library  Spanish, Religion, and Communications  15 years working as a K-12 educator and administrator with experience in instructional technology, career and technical education, and curriculum and instruction NC3ADL 2013 Tech Teachers 2
    3. 3. What is Tech Teachers? Johnston Community College professional development series for K- 12 educators focused on hands-on integration of technology tools and resources to facilitate student centered, inquiry based learning environments. Emphasis will be placed on addressing the Common Core State and NC Essential Standards using relevant technology for student success. NC3ADL 2013 Tech Teachers 3
    4. 4. Why Tech Teachers?  Desire to increase JCC offerings to wider audience (i.e., FTE!)  Lack of cost-effective professional development opportunities for K-12 educators tailored to integrating technology into classroom instruction (e.g., most PD is software packages or targeted to early childhood educators)  Expand knowledge of continuing education program development (JCC has Curriculum and Continuing Education in ONE division) NC3ADL 2013 Tech Teachers 4
    5. 5. Tech Teachers Set Up ContinuingEducation Course Contact Hours Multi-course format (participants can attend all or any sessions for one fee) 24 Hours Cost: $68 Marketing/Advertising JCC website Local Newspapers DPI listservs Local school systems NC3ADL 2013 Tech Teachers 5
    6. 6. Tech Teachers Format NC3ADL 2013 Tech Teachers 6 • Four Sessions (Two sessions in two-day format) • 9:00 am – 1:00 pm with a break • Participants must register by first day of first session
    7. 7. Tech Teachers Format  All course content housed in Blackboard  Accounts created in Blackboard for all participants  No paper  Participants have access to the course after the conclusion of the course NC3ADL 2013 Tech Teachers 7
    8. 8. Session Descriptions Session I: Trend to Blend: Best Practices in K-12 Blended Learning This workshop will introduce the concept of blended learning. Participants will develop online activities to enhance their classrooms. NC3ADL 2013 Tech Teachers 8 Edmodo Schoology Wordle Scoop.it Padlet Voki
    9. 9. Session Descriptions Session II: Teaching & Learning with the iPad This workshop introduced to basic and advanced features of the iPad and how it can be used for instruction and assessment in the K- 12 classroom. (JCC had iPads for workshop use.)  NC3ADL 2013 Tech Teachers 9 iPad Basics Apps for iPad
    10. 10. Session Descriptions Session III: GOOGLE Tools and Chromebook in the Classroom This hands-on workshop will focus on all the free applications from Google that support teaching and learning. NC3ADL 2013 Tech Teachers 10 Google Apps for Education (emphasis on Google Forms and Presentation) Google Sites
    11. 11. Session Descriptions Session IV: 21st Century Technology: Cool Tools for Your Classroom In this hands-on workshop, you will connect, create, and collaborate with technology you can easily integrate into your curriculum. Try new software/apps and multimedia hardware including cameras; use the iPad as a productivity tool for teachers and a learning tool for students.  NC3ADL 2013 Tech Teachers 11 Prezi Issuu LiveBinders SlideRocket Weebly
    12. 12. Outcomes  Nine Participants  Seven came to all sessions  Elementary and middle school educators  Public, Private, and Charter schools  Limited opportunity for professional development at their schools  Most had access to various technologies but little to no training  All very interested in professional development provided by the community college NC3ADL 2013 Tech Teachers 12
    13. 13. Lessons Learned for the Future  Start course one week after school closes  Advertise with non-traditional school programs (Catholic Diocese, non-public schools, expanded area for local school systems)  Better advertising of the multi-course/session format to ensure potential participants understand that they can take all offerings for one fee  Teach course in a hybrid format (i.e., 12 hours F2F, 12 hours online)  Vary instructors if course is taught entirely F2F  Investigate teaching the course in fully online format to be offered during (Fall/Spring semester) NC3ADL 2013 Tech Teachers 13
    14. 14. Questions NC3ADL 2013 Tech Teachers 14
    15. 15. Contact Information NC3ADL 2013 Tech Teachers 15 Mia F. Murphy Director, Educational Technology & Learning Resources Johnston Community College 919-464-2272 mfmurphy1@johnstoncc.edu

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