21st century skills for the charter school classroom

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21st century skills for the charter school classroom

  1. 1. ALD 645 F2010 Knight, Kray, Massey, Roberson, & Simmons21ST CENTURY SKILLS FOR THE CHARTER SCHOOL CLASSROOMGroup 2 Change Plan ALD 645 Fall 2010
  2. 2. ALD 645 F2010 Knight, Kray, Massey, Roberson, & SimmonsCULTURAL TECHNOLOGY ACADEMY  Privately operated public school financed through State of Ohio per- pupil foundation funds.  120 urban studentsLocated in the culture rich area of studying in GradesUniversity Circle on the east side ofCleveland K-8
  3. 3. ALD 645 F2010 Knight, Kray, Massey, Roberson, & SimmonsMISSIONProvide an exceptional educational experience emphasizing science, math, and technology while experiencing the cultural opportunities provided in Cleveland, striving for the success of all of our learners.
  4. 4. ALD 645 F2010 Knight, Kray, Massey, Roberson, & SimmonsCULTURAL TECHNOLOGY ACADEMY 2 technology resource certified teachers 2 teacher 1 principal assistants 15 state 19 full- 1 assistant certified time staff principal teachers members
  5. 5. ALD 645 F2010 Knight, Kray, Massey, Roberson, & SimmonsCURRENT SITUATION Microsoft Office Teachers are not utilizing Teachers other and technology Students to enough software necessary for Adobe Reader music and Issued please the Board of animation. Laptops Directors. Internet Access
  6. 6. ALD 645 F2010 Knight, Kray, Massey, Roberson, & SimmonsFORCES ENHANCING CHANGE Globalization of education Technology as a learning tool in the classroom Technology improves student engagement
  7. 7. ALD 645 F2010 Knight, Kray, Massey, Roberson, & SimmonsGLOBALIZATION OF EDUCATION Rapid Advance of technolog y Shrinking World Children are “digital natives”
  8. 8. ALD 645 F2010 Knight, Kray, Massey, Roberson, & SimmonsTECHNOLOGY IN THE CLASSROOM New definition of literacy . Wide spread use of technology
  9. 9. ALD 645 F2010 Knight, Kray, Massey, Roberson, & SimmonsSTUDENT ENGAGEMENT Broader research capabilities . Electronic Student – books centered improve classes literacy
  10. 10. ALD 645 F2010 Knight, Kray, Massey, Roberson, & SimmonsFORCES INHIBITING CHANGE Financial Technical Not Enough Resources and Knowledge Time… Planning Lack of relevant To search for web knowledge tools No money for new technology To change Low self-efficacy curriculum Poorly planning Existing belief To get training and access to training systems practice and resources (citing Lawless & Pellegrino, 2007; Mueller et (Hardy, 1998; Lam, 2000; Sandholtz, 2001; al., 2008;Ertmer, 2005; Hew & Brush, 2007; (Kay, Knaack & Petrarca, 2009 Schrum, 1999; Simonsen & Dick, 1997; as Subramaniam, 2007; Roehrig, Kruse, & Kern, cited in Schrum & Glassett 2006, p.43) 2007; Somekh, 2008, p.259).
  11. 11. ALD 645 F2010 Knight, Kray, Massey, Roberson, & SimmonsSTRATEGY FOR CHANGE
  12. 12. ALD 645 F2010 Knight, Kray, Massey, Roberson, & SimmonsCHANGE STRATEGY Expose teachers to:  Web Based Learning Technolgies (WBLT)  Online classroom options  Available trainings Relevant knowledge Improve self-efficacy Apply the powers of technology in their reach.
  13. 13. ALD 645 F2010 Knight, Kray, Massey, Roberson, & SimmonsOUTLINED FACTORS CONSIDERED Teacher’s hesitation • Give them tools and knowledge No time to learn • Paid in-service training day. Digital natives use technology daily • Allow them to discover educational uses
  14. 14. ALD 645 F2010 Knight, Kray, Massey, Roberson, & SimmonsTIME LINEPlanning Dec 2010: Present proposal to principal Marketing Jan 2011: Submit to Board for approval April/May 2011: Facilitating Presenting info to staff Early August Dec 2011: Survey Sept 2011: Collect 2, and editing. 2011: First run of all evaluations March 2011: seminar Approval expected
  15. 15. ALD 645 F2010 Knight, Kray, Massey, Roberson, & SimmonsEVALUATION STRATEGY Likert Scale Section 3: Value and Section 1: transfer of Surveys Content learning. Section 2: Facilitators
  16. 16. ALD 645 F2010 Knight, Kray, Massey, Roberson, & Simmons

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