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One to-One Computing Webinar Final 20160401

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This is the first in our series of Data for Non-Data-Geeks. This explores how to build the capacity for one-to-one computing.

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One to-One Computing Webinar Final 20160401

  1. 1. 1 www.bardicsystems.comBardic Systems, Inc. Welcome to the Non-Geek’s Education Data Playbook: Building Capacity for One-to-One Computing Webinar Presented by Bardic Systems, Inc. This webinar will be a discussion related to the implementation of one-to-one computing programs in states and districts and what it takes to build capacity for that. It will be focused on helping education leaders who are non-technical to understand how to talk to your technical people to support, and execute, your policy decisions around one-to-one initiatives. DATE: March 31, 2016 TIME: 3 PM Eastern / 12 PM Pacific, 90 minutes LIVE: Interactive, initial presentation with discussion TAKEAWAY: Free Position Paper PRICE: Free to all attendees 1 1 Non-Geek’s Education Data Playbook: Building Capacity for One-to-One Computing
  2. 2. 2 www.bardicsystems.comBardic Systems, Inc. AGENDA Time Agenda Item Presenter 3:00-3:10 Welcome and Introductions Alex 3:10-3:20 What is One-To-One Computing? Greg 3:20-4:10 Core Topics to Cover (with Open Discussion) Presenters 4:10-4:20 Open Discussion: How do we grapple with these issues? All 4:20-4:30 Close and Next Steps Alex 2 Non-Geek’s Education Data Playbook: Building Capacity for One-to-One Computing
  3. 3. 3 www.bardicsystems.comBardic Systems, Inc. Your Hosts and Panelists Chief Information Officer Cambridge Public Schools STEVE SMITH Cambridge Public Schools Business Development Bardic Systems, Inc. CABLE DILL Bardic Systems Manager Public Consulting Group GREG NADEAU PCG Chief Executive Officer Bardic Systems, Inc. ALEX JACKL Bardic Systems 3 3 Non-Geek’s Education Data Playbook: Building Capacity for One-to-One Computing
  4. 4. 4 www.bardicsystems.comBardic Systems, Inc. One-To-One Computing What is it? • An age- and “grade-level”-appropriate device(s) for each student • Student-centric learning rather than classroom–based learning • Digital assessments (both formative and high-stakes) centered on evaluation of the student’s progress • Supporting various pedagogical trends: • Project-Based Learning • Competency-based education • Blended Learning • Flipped classroom • Access to appropriate OER/Digital Content • Either organization-supplied devices or BYOD. Not always one-to-one- often it is one learner to many devices. 4 Non-Geek’s Education Data Playbook: Building Capacity for One-to-One Computing
  5. 5. 5 www.bardicsystems.comBardic Systems, Inc. One-To-One Computing What does it mean? • Changes in pedagogy • Changes in organization and how organizations are managed • Changes in the role of the teacher and the curriculum • To be able to execute a one-to-one computing initiative you have to answer two questions: • Why you are doing it? • What are your desired outcomes? • The core execution topics we introduce are really the core technical and data questions you need to ask once you have resolved the “Why?” and “For What?” questions. 5 Non-Geek’s Education Data Playbook: Building Capacity for One-to-One Computing
  6. 6. 6 www.bardicsystems.comBardic Systems, Inc. Student Centric Blended Learning 6 Non-Geek’s Education Data Playbook: Building Capacity for One-to-One Computing
  7. 7. 7 www.bardicsystems.comBardic Systems, Inc. Core Execution Topics to Cover • Network • Device • Data • Application/Content • Training/Sustainability • Privacy/Security 7 Non-Geek’s Education Data Playbook: Building Capacity for One-to-One Computing
  8. 8. 8 www.bardicsystems.comBardic Systems, Inc. Network Infrastructure The connectivity between the internet and local servers through to devices in the classroom and at home. • Technical Infrastructure • Access points • # of devices per access point • Presence • Density of Coverage • Scope of Coverage • Classroom vs. School Building vs. Campus vs. Neighborhood vs. Community coverage? • “Assessed Students “ as scope? • Grade as a scope? 8 Non-Geek’s Education Data Playbook: Building Capacity for One-to-One Computing
  9. 9. 9 www.bardicsystems.comBardic Systems, Inc. Device Infrastructure (1 of 2) The nature, type, and quantity of devices in the hands of teachers, students, and their families. It is a tool to support teaching and learning- not the other way around. • Laptops vs tablets • Typically Grades K-3->tablets, Grade 4+ ->laptops • Charging stations • For example: 1 per 30 devices? • Classroom-based vs take home vs checkout • “Bring Your Own Device” (BYOD) • What standards do you apply to this? • Pros and Cons 9 Non-Geek’s Education Data Playbook: Building Capacity for One-to-One Computing
  10. 10. 10 www.bardicsystems.comBardic Systems, Inc. Device Infrastructure (2 of 2) • Formal testing vs formative/adaptive testing vs. instructional support • Intended device usage matters in selecting the type of devices used. This is where management leadership is required. • Content support • Does the device support intended content. For instance, dynamic flash on iPads. • How much local storage vs. networked storage do the intended applications require? • Managing devices (# of devices, mobile management solutions) • You want to be able to manage the apps on the device based on the identity of the student (login, id) and have that be automated and not be manually loading apps onto the individual student devices 10 Non-Geek’s Education Data Playbook: Building Capacity for One-to-One Computing
  11. 11. 11 www.bardicsystems.comBardic Systems, Inc. Data Environment (1 of 2) The administrative and operational data structures and content that allow for the system to work. • Single Sign on (SSO) • Do your students already have district usernames and logins that must be supported? • Authentication, Authorization, and Access standards • District MUST take a stand on this (See Application/Content Integration) • Data Dictionary • Definitions • Minimum data structures and interface types for new applications. • What should new apps know about students and what should they not (see Privacy). 11 Non-Geek’s Education Data Playbook: Building Capacity for One-to-One Computing
  12. 12. 12 www.bardicsystems.comBardic Systems, Inc. Data Environment (2 of 2) • Rostering • How do apps get basic student demographics, classroom info, rosters and basic teacher demographics? • SHOULD NOT BE ONE-OFFS! • SIS and LMS connectivity • Do your core application follow some basic standards (SIF Infrastructure, LTI Infrastructure, CEDS definitions) to allow quicker and cheaper connectivity over time as well as enhancing sustainability. 12 Non-Geek’s Education Data Playbook: Building Capacity for One-to-One Computing
  13. 13. 13 www.bardicsystems.comBardic Systems, Inc. Application/Content Integration (1 of 2) The digital resources and tools that allow for the pedagogy to be expressed and managed through devices. • Content Standards • Common Cartridge, LRMI, QTI • Presentation Standards • HTML 5, Flash (or lack thereof) • Server dependency • Do you need a local server (CITRIX) or is it web-based, or it is run only on the device? 13 Non-Geek’s Education Data Playbook: Building Capacity for One-to-One Computing
  14. 14. 14 www.bardicsystems.comBardic Systems, Inc. Application/Content Integration (2 of 2) • SLAs • Do all your application-providers (not just vendors) have SLAs that meet your district’s educational needs? • Privacy and Security • This must be accounted for with each application and content provider. (See Privacy) • Username and Login integration • Does the application integrate with your rules for usernames and login integration? You DO NOT want to multiply the amount of usernames and passwords teachers need to manage. 14 Non-Geek’s Education Data Playbook: Building Capacity for One-to-One Computing
  15. 15. 15 www.bardicsystems.comBardic Systems, Inc. Training, Communication, and Sustainability (1 of 3) The processes and structures to train educators, support personnel, students, and parents in the system both initially and into the future. • Train the trainer • Building and District champions • Website content that provides FAQs and quick easy reference to what is available and how to learn more. 15 Non-Geek’s Education Data Playbook: Building Capacity for One-to-One Computing
  16. 16. 16 www.bardicsystems.comBardic Systems, Inc. Training, Communication, and Sustainability (2 of 3) • This applies to both student learning, culture and organizational management but also the professional development for teachers and other educators. • Annual professional development on using and integrating technology tools in the classroom. 16 Non-Geek’s Education Data Playbook: Building Capacity for One-to-One Computing
  17. 17. 17 www.bardicsystems.comBardic Systems, Inc. Training, Communication, and Sustainability (3 of 3) • Help Desk training and scope • 24X7? 12X6? • What level of support do your teachers and students need? • Home-based access training? • Renewal agreements with providers? • Refresh policy AND BUDGET for devices, key software, and network 17 Non-Geek’s Education Data Playbook: Building Capacity for One-to-One Computing
  18. 18. 18 www.bardicsystems.comBardic Systems, Inc. Privacy and Security (1 of 2) Student privacy today touches on all these prior concerns Considerations when implementing 1-to-1: •Mobile device security •BYOD considerations (device segmentation) •Device monitoring & transparency (ACLU report) • https://aclum.org/app/uploads/2015/10/back_to_the_drawing_board_report_large_file_size.pdf 18 Non-Geek’s Education Data Playbook: Building Capacity for One-to-One Computing
  19. 19. 19 www.bardicsystems.comBardic Systems, Inc. Privacy and Security (2 of 2) On line applications & student data privacy •FERPA & data sharing •Contracting with vendors •PTAC model contract language • http://ptac.ed.gov/sites/default/files/TOS_Guidance_Jan%202015_0.pdf •MSPA Model • https://secure2.cpsd.us/mspa/index.php •Cambridge Public Schools • https://secure2.cpsd.us/mspa/index.php 19 Non-Geek’s Education Data Playbook: Building Capacity for One-to-One Computing
  20. 20. 20 www.bardicsystems.comBardic Systems, Inc. 20 Non-Geek’s Education Data Playbook: Building Capacity for One-to-One Computing
  21. 21. 21 www.bardicsystems.comBardic Systems, Inc. For More Information For questions about One-to-One Computing Initiatives and Strategy or any issues regarding System Architecture, Education Data Semantics, Metrics, Governance, and/or Policy, contact: Alex Jackl, alex@bardicsystems.com 1 Thank you for Attending! 21 Non-Geek’s Education Data Playbook: Building Capacity for One-to-One Computing

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