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  • Objectives:Understand the role of professional development in technology-supported learning in student achievement and school changeDiscuss guidelines for professional development in technology-supported learningEvaluate tools for teacher development in technology-supported learningDiscover and participate in effective activities to support technical and pedagogical Assess your own development in technology-supported learning and teaching
  • Everyone has standards to meet.
  • Skip Learning to change, changing to learn…We’ve been talking about shift. Changes in the world leading to changes in teaching and learning possibilities. Shifts in the world have been accompanied by shifts in the profession, with standards and accountability chief among those shifts.Brief discussion of standards – keep this SHORT!Play 1st Part of Video0:26-1:00 (Introduction)2:37-5:10 (NCLB, standards, and being held accountable)
  • Week 3 Professional Development And E Portfolios2

    1. 1. Learning to change, changing to learn<br />
    2. 2. Housekeeping<br />Digital Storytelling Overview<br />Where to get help…<br />Wikispaces<br />TTL<br />Lab instructor<br />Other students <br />The Steps<br />Script<br />Digital Storyboards<br />Narration and Pictures<br />MovieMaker Editing<br />Submit via Assignments Tool (OnCourse)<br />
    3. 3. Professional Development<br />Keeping up with the new shift<br />
    4. 4. Previous Lectures<br />Week 1<br />Shift has happened<br />Globalization<br />Technology<br />Changing schools<br />Week 2<br />Helping students be successful<br />Digital natives<br />Standards<br />Technology integration<br />
    5. 5. Agenda<br />Standards are for teachers too!<br />How do teachers deal with shift?<br />Why is it important?<br />How can you engage in professional development?<br />How can technology help?<br />
    6. 6. Standards are for Teachers Too!<br />
    7. 7. Indiana Academic Standards<br />Students must achieve<br />What YOU will teach STUDENTS<br />Indiana Professional Standards for Teachers<br />Teachers must achieve<br />NETS-T Standards<br />What WE will teach YOU<br />Standards, Standards, Everywhere<br />
    8. 8. How Has Shift Impacted Education?<br />Learning to change, changing to learn<br />Shift has impacted the teaching profession<br />Standards and accountability<br />NCLB from a principal’s perspective<br />Video of Principal <br />
    9. 9. Highly Qualified Effective Teacher<br />What makes an effective teacher?<br />Teachers are required to take certification tests<br />PRAXIS<br />Sample test question<br />Teachers are required to meet standards<br />National Educational Technology Standards for Teachers<br />Teacher License Renewal<br />
    10. 10. Teachers Need to Keep up with the New Shift<br />Principal Ottenbreit discusses the importance of professional development<br />
    11. 11. Pre-Lecture Activity Response<br />Why is it important for a teacher to participate in professional development?<br />
    12. 12. The more a teacher develops his/her skills the more effective the student learning. As a teacher becomes more comfortable and professional, the education that is being applies also becomes more successful. The teachers that embrace the technology and cultivate their skills in order to incorporate the students&apos; needs into a interesting way. The more comfortable and developed a teacher is the more the student will succeed.<br />Professional development keeps teachers alert as to the advances in both their fields and in general teaching techniques. It allows them to be much more effective with students constantly changing needs because of the new learned knowledge. In addition its an easy way for a teacher to stay informed and can often re-inspire the teacher who then can continue to inspire their students.<br />Professional development is important to teacher effectiveness because a teacher should not stop learning once they leave college with their degree. The world is not stagnant, it is always changing. There are new developments to all aspects of education all the time, and it&apos;s not limited to the subject matter a teacher is primarily responsible for. There are new learning methods that have yet to be discovered that could benefit generations of students, but if teachers fail to take advantage of opportunities such as these, then their students will ultimately pay the price.<br />
    13. 13. Lecture Worksheet Question #1<br />In a group, (bulleted format) what are the benefits of teachers engaging in professional development?<br />
    14. 14. How do teachers deal with this shift?<br />Why professional development is important…<br />
    15. 15.
    16. 16. PD for new shift:<br />Innovative instructional strategies (Everyday Math)<br />New research on learning<br />Technology<br />Professional collaboration<br />Formal versus informal PD<br />Formal<br />Informal<br />PD Helps Keep up with New Shift<br />
    17. 17. More Formal Shift PD Ideas<br />Courses and workshops<br />Online (Teacherline PBS)<br />Journals and periodicals<br />Teacher Magazine<br />Education Week<br />Teacher trips<br />Amazing teacher trips<br />Galapogos Islands<br />
    18. 18. Formal and Informal Shift PD Ideas<br />Professional organizations<br />Kappa Delta Pi | Phi Delta Kappa<br />
    19. 19. More Informal Shift PD Ideas<br />Use technology<br />Websites<br />Phi Delta Kappa<br />RSS<br />Podcasts <br />Blogs<br />“…we are gaining our PD from one another!  We are our own PD now.  Perhaps this is why many of us are frustrated w/ traditional &quot;binge&quot; PD experiences.  We&apos;re in PD daily!  Let us apply what we learn and let it count for something (although that is not why we do it.)” Cool Cat Teacher Blog – 9.12.2008<br />Updates (iGoogle)<br />
    20. 20. Lecture Question #2<br />In a group, what professional development activities look the most effective for your particular subject area/grade?<br />
    21. 21. Show Off Your Shift!<br />
    22. 22. Show off your Shift<br /><ul><li>Professional Development Plan
    23. 23. Portfolios
    24. 24. NETS-T Standards
    25. 25. W200 Example
    26. 26. Artifacts providing evidence of meeting NETS-T
    27. 27. Includes reflection and feedback
    28. 28. Principal Ottenbreit discusses why technology skills are important</li></li></ul><li>Get Competitive<br />“You have to be well educated and a professional in order to teach in today&apos;s world. Not only ethic wise but in a competitive sense.”<br />Principal Ottenbreit discusses the importance of teachers and teacher candidates uses of technology<br />
    29. 29. Lecture Worksheet #3<br />How might you respond to Principal Ottenbreit’s following question:<br />How might you use technology to enhance teaching and learning in my school?<br />
    30. 30. Lecture Worksheet #4<br />What questions do you have about professional development (or the assignments)?<br />
    31. 31. Prepare for Lab this week…<br />Take Profiler Pro Survey<br />Join Group<br />Name: w200<br />Password: w200<br />You will be working on…<br />Professional Development Plan<br />ePortfolio Skeleton<br />Don’t forget about…<br />Digital Storyboards<br />
    32. 32. For Lecture Next Week<br />Watch Podcast #3.5<br />Complete Pre-lecture Activity #4 (OnCourse &gt;&gt; Test/Survey)<br />Print off Lecture Worksheet #4<br />

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