2010 Ncce Pd 2 0 Final

502 views

Published on

Published in: Education, Technology
0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total views
502
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
2
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
5
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

2010 Ncce Pd 2 0 Final

  1. 1. Professional Development 2.0 Professional Learning Networks to Improve Student Achievement Mike Agostinelli - Helena Public Schools/Mentoring Director Jason Neiffer - Helena Public Schools/Montana Virtual Academy/Mentoring Director Dr. Ann Minckler - Superintendent, Helena Flats School District/Internal Evaluator www.techsavvyteacher.com Workshop handouts: http://www.workshophandouts.com/ncce2010pd2-0
  2. 2. Who are we?
  3. 3. Mike Agostinelli Currently 4th Grade Teacher - Helena Professional Development Trainer since 2004 Former District Technology Coordinator Member 2008 Montana Technology Standards Writing Team Co-Author MT PSATT Competitive Grant 2008
  4. 4. Jason Neiffer Curriculum Director of the Montana Digital Academy Social Studies Teacher @ Capital High School in Helena Montana Professional Development Trainer since 1999 Doctorate Student @ University of Montana Co-Author MT PSATT Competitive Grant 2008 Member 2008 Montana Technology Standards Writing Team
  5. 5. Our Challenge
  6. 6. Our Challenge
  7. 7. Our Challenge
  8. 8. Our Challenge
  9. 9. Our Challenge
  10. 10. Our Challenge
  11. 11. Our Challenge
  12. 12. Our Challenge
  13. 13. Our Challenge
  14. 14. Our Challenge 8352 Square Miles
  15. 15. Great staff development? NSDC's Standards for Staff Development(Revised, 2001) Context Standards Staff development that improves the learning of all students: Organizes adults into learning communities whose goals are aligned with those of the school and district. (Learning Communities) Requires skillful school and district leaders who guide continuous instructional improvement. (Leadership) Requires resources to support adult learning and collaboration. (Resources) Process Standards Staff development that improves the learning of all students: Uses disaggregated student data to determine adult learning priorities, monitor progress, and help sustain continuous improvement. (Data-Driven) Uses multiple sources of information to guide improvement and demonstrate its impact. (Evaluation) Prepares educators to apply research to decision making. (Research-Based) Uses learning strategies appropriate to the intended goal. (Design) Applies knowledge about human learning and change. (Learning) Provides educators with the knowledge and skills to collaborate. (Collaboration) Content Standards Staff development that improves the learning of all students: Prepares educators to understand and appreciate all students, create safe, orderly and supportive learning environments, and hold high expectations for their academic achievement. (Equity) Deepens educators' content knowledge, provides them with research-based instructional strategies to assist students in meeting rigorous academic standards, and prepares them to use various types of classroom assessments appropriately. (Quality Teaching) Provides educators with knowledge and skills to involve families and other stakeholders appropriately. (Family Involvement)
  16. 16. The PROTECS Model Our solution
  17. 17. The PROTECS Model
  18. 18. The PROTECS Model
  19. 19. The PROTECS Model Professional Development on the Collaborative Learning Model (CLM)
  20. 20. The PROTECS Model Professional Development on the Collaborative Learning Model (CLM)
  21. 21. The PROTECS Model Professional Development on the Collaborative Learning Model (CLM) Appropriate and Relevant Classroom Use of Technology
  22. 22. The PROTECS Model Professional Development on the Collaborative Learning Model (CLM) Appropriate and Relevant Classroom Use of Technology
  23. 23. The PROTECS Model Professional Development on the Collaborative Learning Model (CLM) Appropriate and • Professional Development Relevant Classroom • State Standards Use of Technology • Equipment • Software
  24. 24. The PROTECS Model Professional Development on the Collaborative Learning Model (CLM) Appropriate and • Professional Development Relevant Classroom • State Standards Use of Technology • Equipment • Software
  25. 25. The PROTECS Model Professional Development on the Collaborative Learning Model (CLM) Appropriate and • Professional Development Relevant Classroom • State Standards Use of Technology • Equipment • Software
  26. 26. The PROTECS Model Professional Development on the Collaborative Learning Model (CLM) Active participation in Professional Learning Network Appropriate and • Professional Development Relevant Classroom • State Standards Use of Technology • Equipment • Software
  27. 27. The PROTECS Model Professional Development on the Collaborative Learning Model (CLM) Active participation in Professional Learning Network Appropriate and • Professional Development Relevant Classroom • State Standards Use of Technology • Equipment • Software
  28. 28. The PROTECS Model Professional Development on the Collaborative Learning Model (CLM) Active participation in Teacher Professional Engagement Learning Network Appropriate and • Professional Development Relevant Classroom • State Standards Use of Technology • Equipment • Software
  29. 29. The PROTECS Model Professional Development on the Collaborative Learning Model (CLM) Active participation in Teacher Professional Engagement Learning Network Appropriate and • Professional Development Relevant Classroom • State Standards Use of Technology • Equipment • Software
  30. 30. The PROTECS Model Professional Development on the Collaborative Learning Model (CLM) Active participation in Teacher Professional Engagement Learning Network Appropriate and • Professional Development Relevant Classroom • State Standards Use of Technology • Equipment • Software
  31. 31. The PROTECS Model Professional Development on the Collaborative Learning Model (CLM) Active participation in Teacher Professional Engagement Learning Network Appropriate and • Professional Development Relevant Classroom • State Standards Use of Technology • Equipment • Software
  32. 32. The PROTECS Model Lessons in the classroom using (CLM) with appropriate technology use Professional Development on the Collaborative Learning Model (CLM) Active participation in Teacher Professional Engagement Learning Network Appropriate and • Professional Development Relevant Classroom • State Standards Use of Technology • Equipment • Software
  33. 33. The PROTECS Model Lessons in the classroom using Student (CLM) with Engagement appropriate technology use Professional Development on the Collaborative Learning Model (CLM) Active participation in Teacher Professional Engagement Learning Network Appropriate and • Professional Development Relevant Classroom • State Standards Use of Technology • Equipment • Software
  34. 34. The PROTECS Model Lessons in the classroom using Student (CLM) with Engagement appropriate technology use Professional Development on the Collaborative Learning Model (CLM) Active participation in Teacher Professional Engagement Learning Network Appropriate and • Professional Development Relevant Classroom • State Standards Use of Technology • Equipment • Software
  35. 35. The PROTECS Model Lessons in the classroom using Student (CLM) with Engagement appropriate technology use Professional Development on the Collaborative Learning Model (CLM) Active participation in Teacher Professional Engagement Learning Network Appropriate and • Professional Development Relevant Classroom • State Standards Use of Technology • Equipment • Software
  36. 36. The PROTECS Model Lessons in the classroom using Student (CLM) with Engagement appropriate technology use Professional Development on the Collaborative Learning Model (CLM) Active participation in Teacher Professional Engagement Learning Network Appropriate and • Professional Development Relevant Classroom • State Standards Use of Technology • Equipment • Software
  37. 37. The PROTECS Model Lessons in the classroom using Student (CLM) with Engagement appropriate technology use Professional Development on the Student Achievement Collaborative Learning Model (CLM) Active participation in Teacher Professional Engagement Learning Network Appropriate and • Professional Development Relevant Classroom • State Standards Use of Technology • Equipment • Software
  38. 38. The Training Structure
  39. 39. The Training Structure
  40. 40. The Training Structure One Year
  41. 41. The Training Structure One Year
  42. 42. The Training Structure One Year
  43. 43. The Training Structure Summer One Year
  44. 44. The Training Structure Summer One Year Moodle
  45. 45. The Training Structure Summer One Year Moodle
  46. 46. The Training Structure Summer One Year Moodle Google Apps
  47. 47. The Training Structure Summer One Year Moodle Google Apps • Started with Gmail
  48. 48. The Training Structure Summer One Year Moodle Google Apps • Started with Gmail • Embedded Chat
  49. 49. The Training Structure Summer One Year Moodle Google Apps • Started with Gmail • Embedded Chat • Hands on activities with Google Docs
  50. 50. The Training Structure Summer One Year Moodle Google Apps • Started with Gmail • Embedded Chat • Hands on activities with Google Docs • Baseline goal
  51. 51. The Training Structure Summer
  52. 52. The Training Structure Summer
  53. 53. The Training Structure Summer • Easy to use for newcomers
  54. 54. The Training Structure Summer • Easy to use for newcomers • Best tool for recreation of face-to-face
  55. 55. The Training Structure Summer • Easy to use for newcomers • Best tool for recreation of face-to-face • Free and cross-platform
  56. 56. The Training Structure
  57. 57. The Training Structure
  58. 58. The Training Structure First Two Months
  59. 59. The Training Structure First Two Months
  60. 60. The Training Structure First Two Months • Ongoing weekly training
  61. 61. The Training Structure First Two Months • Ongoing weekly training • Immersed in the Web 2.0 world
  62. 62. The Training Structure First Two Months • Ongoing weekly training • Immersed in the Web 2.0 world • Weekly reflection/discussion
  63. 63. The Training Structure First Two Months • Ongoing weekly training • Immersed in the Web 2.0 world • Weekly reflection/discussion • Just in time support
  64. 64. The Training Structure First Two Months • Ongoing weekly training • Immersed in the Web 2.0 world • Weekly reflection/discussion • Just in time support • Will Richardson’s Blogs, Wikis, Podcasts Text
  65. 65. The Training Structure First Two Months • Ongoing weekly training • Immersed in the Web 2.0 world • Weekly reflection/discussion • Just in time support • Will Richardson’s Blogs, Wikis, Podcasts Text
  66. 66. The Training Structure First Two Months • Ongoing weekly training Sites Taught: • Immersed in the Web 2.0 world • Weekly reflection/discussion • Just in time support • Will Richardson’s Blogs, Wikis, Podcasts Text
  67. 67. The Training Structure First Two Months • Ongoing weekly training Sites Taught: • Immersed in the Web 2.0 • www.delicious.com world • Weekly reflection/discussion • Just in time support • Will Richardson’s Blogs, Wikis, Podcasts Text
  68. 68. The Training Structure First Two Months • Ongoing weekly training Sites Taught: • Immersed in the Web 2.0 • www.delicious.com world • www.blogger.com • Weekly reflection/discussion • Just in time support • Will Richardson’s Blogs, Wikis, Podcasts Text
  69. 69. The Training Structure First Two Months • Ongoing weekly training Sites Taught: • Immersed in the Web 2.0 • www.delicious.com world • www.blogger.com • Weekly reflection/discussion • reader.google.com • Just in time support • Will Richardson’s Blogs, Wikis, Podcasts Text
  70. 70. The Training Structure First Two Months • Ongoing weekly training Sites Taught: • Immersed in the Web 2.0 • www.delicious.com world • www.blogger.com • Weekly reflection/discussion • reader.google.com • Just in time support • www.wikispaces.com • Will Richardson’s Blogs, Wikis, Podcasts Text
  71. 71. The Training Structure First Two Months • Ongoing weekly training Sites Taught: • Immersed in the Web 2.0 • www.delicious.com world • www.blogger.com • Weekly reflection/discussion • reader.google.com • Just in time support • www.wikispaces.com • Will Richardson’s Blogs, Wikis, • www.igoogle.com Podcasts Text
  72. 72. The Training Structure
  73. 73. The Training Structure
  74. 74. The Training Structure Fall Face-to-Face
  75. 75. The Training Structure Fall Face-to-Face iPods, iTunes, and Workflow
  76. 76. The Training Structure Fall Face-to-Face iPods, iTunes, and Workflow
  77. 77. The Training Structure Fall Face-to-Face iPods, iTunes, and Workflow • Mini computer
  78. 78. The Training Structure Fall Face-to-Face iPods, iTunes, and Workflow • Mini computer • Media Catcher
  79. 79. The Training Structure Fall Face-to-Face iPods, iTunes, and Workflow • Mini computer • Media Catcher • Putting Web 2.0 tools together
  80. 80. The Training Structure
  81. 81. The Training Structure
  82. 82. The Training Structure Second Half Fall
  83. 83. The Training Structure Second Half Fall More Web 2.0 Tools
  84. 84. The Training Structure Second Half Fall More Web 2.0 Tools
  85. 85. The Training Structure Second Half Fall More Web 2.0 Tools
  86. 86. The Training Structure Second Half Fall More Web 2.0 Tools
  87. 87. The Training Structure Second Half Fall More Web 2.0 Tools
  88. 88. The Training Structure Second Half Fall More Web 2.0 Tools
  89. 89. The Training Structure
  90. 90. The Training Structure
  91. 91. The Training Structure Spring Semester
  92. 92. The Training Structure Spring Semester
  93. 93. The Training Structure Spring Semester • Guided unit creation
  94. 94. The Training Structure Spring Semester • Guided unit creation • Heavy journaling component
  95. 95. The Training Structure Spring Semester • Guided unit creation • Heavy journaling component • Use of Web 2.0 tools
  96. 96. The Training Structure Spring Semester • Guided unit creation • Heavy journaling component • Use of Web 2.0 tools • Spring showcase
  97. 97. The Training Structure Spring Semester • Guided unit creation • Heavy journaling component • Use of Web 2.0 tools • Spring showcase • Continue PLN
  98. 98. The Training Structure Spring Semester • Guided unit creation • Heavy journaling component • Use of Web 2.0 tools • Spring showcase • Continue PLN
  99. 99. The Training Structure Spring Semester • Guided unit creation • Heavy journaling component • Use of Web 2.0 tools • Spring showcase • Continue PLN
  100. 100. Results
  101. 101. DIY: Do it yourself! Your tech-savvy teachers are building their PLNs... it’s time to reach for that next group of teachers! Pick ONE platform to start (like Wikispaces, Moodle, Blogger, etc.) and a FEW tools (like Google Reader, Delicious, Gmail) and THEN expand. Tie everything back to standards. Don’t accept excuses! Gently guide the unsure masses but don’t accept excuses. ONGOING professional development means ongoing... not once a month, not once a semester. Think beyond the box: district, school and department boundaries no longer apply.
  102. 102. Thank you! Mike Agostineli http://www.techsavvyteacher.com hemithike@gmail.com Twitter: hemithike and techsavvyteach http://www.techsavvyteacher.com/blog Jason Neiffer http://www.neiffer.com neiffer@gmail.com Twitter: neiffer and techsavvyteach http://www.techsavvyeacher.com/blog http://www.workshophandouts.com/ncce2010pd2-0

×