Edustat Casestudy

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Presentation for Students Come First Conference June 26 and 27, Boise ID

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  • Edustat Casestudy

    1. 1. CASE Study:Yarmouth High School’sOne-to-One Program—How Did We Get Hereand Where Are WeGoing?TED HALL: @TEDHALLYARMOUTHALICE BARR: @ALICEBARR CASE STUDYJACKSON HALL: @JACKSONMHALL AVAILABLE AT: HTTP://BIT.LY/L5XOCO
    2. 2. YARMOUTH HIGH SCHOOL LAPTOP PROGRAM
    3. 3. YARMOUTH HIGH SCHOOL LAPTOP PROGRAMINTRODUCED ONE GRADE AT A TIME STARTING IN 2004-05
    4. 4. YARMOUTH HIGH SCHOOL LAPTOP PROGRAMINTRODUCED ONE GRADE AT A TIME STARTING IN 2004-05THE SENIOR CLASS THAT JUST GRADUATED IS THE FIFTHCLASS TO HAVE LAPTOPS SINCE 7TH GRADE
    5. 5. YARMOUTH HIGH SCHOOL LAPTOP PROGRAMINTRODUCED ONE GRADE AT A TIME STARTING IN 2004-05THE SENIOR CLASS THAT JUST GRADUATED IS THE FIFTHCLASS TO HAVE LAPTOPS SINCE 7TH GRADEORIGINALLY FUNDED THROUGH DISTRICT FUNDS, BUT NOWPART OF THE STATE OF MAINE MLTI PROJECT
    6. 6. KEY REASONS FOR SUCCESS
    7. 7. KEY REASONS FOR SUCCESSWELL-PLANNED PHASE-IN
    8. 8. KEY REASONS FOR SUCCESSWELL-PLANNED PHASE-INONGOING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
    9. 9. KEY REASONS FOR SUCCESSWELL-PLANNED PHASE-INONGOING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENTHIGH EXPECTATIONS FOR TEACHERS ANDSTUDENTS
    10. 10. KEY REASONS FOR SUCCESSWELL-PLANNED PHASE-INONGOING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENTHIGH EXPECTATIONS FOR TEACHERS ANDSTUDENTSHIGH STUDENT INVOLVEMENT
    11. 11. KEY REASONS FOR SUCCESSWELL-PLANNED PHASE-INONGOING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENTHIGH EXPECTATIONS FOR TEACHERS ANDSTUDENTSHIGH STUDENT INVOLVEMENTSTRONG NETWORK AND TECHNICALSUPPORT
    12. 12. PRINCIPAL PERSPECTIVE
    13. 13. PRINCIPAL PERSPECTIVEMODEL THE LEARNING
    14. 14. PRINCIPAL PERSPECTIVEMODEL THE LEARNINGCREATE A TEAM WITH THE TECHNOLOGY STAFF
    15. 15. PRINCIPAL PERSPECTIVEMODEL THE LEARNINGCREATE A TEAM WITH THE TECHNOLOGY STAFFSUPPORT THE “EARLY ADOPTERS”
    16. 16. PRINCIPAL PERSPECTIVEMODEL THE LEARNINGCREATE A TEAM WITH THE TECHNOLOGY STAFFSUPPORT THE “EARLY ADOPTERS”HAVE AN OPEN NETWORK
    17. 17. PRINCIPAL PERSPECTIVEMODEL THE LEARNINGCREATE A TEAM WITH THE TECHNOLOGY STAFFSUPPORT THE “EARLY ADOPTERS”HAVE AN OPEN NETWORKINVOLVE THE STUDENTS THROUGHOUT
    18. 18. PRINCIPAL PERSPECTIVEMODEL THE LEARNINGCREATE A TEAM WITH THE TECHNOLOGY STAFFSUPPORT THE “EARLY ADOPTERS”HAVE AN OPEN NETWORKINVOLVE THE STUDENTS THROUGHOUTTRUST THE STUDENTS TO DO THE RIGHT THING ANDHOLD THEM ACCOUNTABLE WHEN THEY DO NOT
    19. 19. INTEGRATOR PERSPECTIVE
    20. 20. INTEGRATOR PERSPECTIVEKEEP CREATIVITY AND INNOVATION AT THE FOREFRONT
    21. 21. INTEGRATOR PERSPECTIVEKEEP CREATIVITY AND INNOVATION AT THE FOREFRONTDEFINE THE PURPOSE, THEN PICK THE TOOL.
    22. 22. INTEGRATOR PERSPECTIVEKEEP CREATIVITY AND INNOVATION AT THE FOREFRONTDEFINE THE PURPOSE, THEN PICK THE TOOL.MORE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
    23. 23. INTEGRATOR PERSPECTIVEKEEP CREATIVITY AND INNOVATION AT THE FOREFRONTDEFINE THE PURPOSE, THEN PICK THE TOOL.MORE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENTSTUDENTS ARE GREAT ASSISTANTS
    24. 24. STUDENT PERSPECTIVE
    25. 25. STUDENT PERSPECTIVESTUDENTS HAVE A VOICE IN THE SCHOOL AS A WHOLEAND IN PARTICULAR ABOUT TECHNOLOGY
    26. 26. STUDENT PERSPECTIVESTUDENTS HAVE A VOICE IN THE SCHOOL AS A WHOLEAND IN PARTICULAR ABOUT TECHNOLOGYWE INVOLVE A WIDE RANGE OF STUDENTS IN ALLDECISIONS
    27. 27. STUDENT PERSPECTIVESTUDENTS HAVE A VOICE IN THE SCHOOL AS A WHOLEAND IN PARTICULAR ABOUT TECHNOLOGYWE INVOLVE A WIDE RANGE OF STUDENTS IN ALLDECISIONSTHERE IS ALMOST UNLIMITED ACCESSIBILITY TORESOURCES BECAUSE OF THE ACCESS TO LAPTOPSBOTH IN SCHOOL AND OUTSIDE OF SCHOOL
    28. 28. STUDENT PERSPECTIVESTUDENTS HAVE A VOICE IN THE SCHOOL AS A WHOLEAND IN PARTICULAR ABOUT TECHNOLOGYWE INVOLVE A WIDE RANGE OF STUDENTS IN ALLDECISIONSTHERE IS ALMOST UNLIMITED ACCESSIBILITY TORESOURCES BECAUSE OF THE ACCESS TO LAPTOPSBOTH IN SCHOOL AND OUTSIDE OF SCHOOLLESS RULES = MORE LEARNING
    29. 29. QUESTIONS?

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