TCEA Best Practice

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  • TCEA Best Practice

    1. Hitting a Moving Target: Best Practice Teaching and Learning David Jakes
    2. A trip through technology…. There’s a lot of capacity out there…. A context and a framework… What is best practice…? What’s it actually look like? Final thoughts…
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    8. Jakes ROCKS! The best teacher at North and probably in Illinois!
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    13. Image from Flickr: aaronfreimark
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    16. She doesn’t think it’s fantastic or outrageous, cool or amazing – it just is. She just thinks this is the way the world is – she can connect pretty much effortlessly to others across space and time - and she’s right. Karl Fisch, October 2007
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    19. What does this mean for education?
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    39. Encyclopedia of Life
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    50. Our challenges…. Meeting state standards NCLB RTI Funding and…….
    51. “ Best practices are those that teachers understand why they work, and they work repeatedly. Once is luck, twice is skill.” sammorra
    52. “ Best practices are tested and proven methods of obtaining or attaining a particular goal.” stevejmoore
    53. “ Best practices = what good, regular instructional practices become after you’ve refined them over time.” John Pederson
    54. “ Best practice…means using methods that are based in research, best for kids, have measurable objectives and focus on learning…” cevans5059
    55. “ Instruction that works.” ransomtech
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    57. Increasing student Achievement Making school relevant and engaging Provide a high quality education for all students Andrew Zucker, Transforming Schools with Technology: How Smart Use of Digital Tools Helps Achieve Six Key Education Goals
    58. Increase support for children outside of school Retain high-quality teachers Requiring accountability for results Andrew Zucker, Transforming Schools with Technology: How Smart Use of Digital Tools Helps Achieve Six Key Education Goals
    59. Does the technology use support the development of literacy?
    60. What does it mean to be well-educated in the 21 st Century? Vision
    61. Are there new literacies? | Is this about tools? | 21 st Century Literacies vs. 21 st Century Skills | Blogs and Wikis vs …..? | Standards (NETS, NCTE, 21 st Century Skills)
    62. Does the technology add value to the instructional process ?
    63. Is the instruction framed within a sound pedagogical design?
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    66. How is the learning and the technology assessed? How will you know it’s better?
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    72. “ Schooling has always been shaped by contemporary technology. Digital technology creates opportunities to learn what we have always expected of children, perhaps with greater efficacy, efficiency or comprehension. However, the real power lies in using the computers to learn new things in new ways that may have never been possible.” Gary Stager
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    74. Enjoy the TCEA conference!
    75. Enjoy the TCEA conference!
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    77. From Meaningful Learning with Technology: "Technology cannot teach students. Rather, learners teach the technologies.” David H. Jonassen
    78. From Meaningful Learning with Technology: David H. Jonassen
    79. From Meaningful Learning with Technology: "Technology cannot teach students. Rather, learners teach the technologies.” David H. Jonassen
    80. Growth and Sustainability Tools come and go… |Targets | How will you sustain momentum, and continually grow?
    81. Jonnason quote <ul><li>From Meaningful Learning with Technology: &quot;Technology cannot teach students. Rather, learners teach the technologies. Meaningful learning will result  when technologies engage learners in the following: Knowledge construction, not reproduction </li></ul><ul><li>Conversation, not reception </li></ul><ul><li>Articulation, not repetition </li></ul><ul><li>Collaboration, not competition </li></ul><ul><li>Reflection, not prescription&quot; </li></ul><ul><li>(p. 10 -David Jonassen, 2005) </li></ul>
    82. Stager quote <ul><li>Schooling has always been shaped by contemporary technology. Digital technology creates opportunities to learn what we have always expected of children, perhaps with greater efficacy, efficiency or comprehension. However, the real power lies in using the computers to learn new things in new ways that may have never been possible. The challenge for even the most imaginative schools is to sustain innovation. While the technology may catalyze changes in practice, ideas bigger than the technology create a productive context for sustaining innovative practice </li></ul><ul><li>Dream how technology can not only improve education but also transform what we think of as education. Rod Paige, former U.S. Secretary of Education </li></ul>
    83. Readiness What is Web 2.0? | School Community | Alter the learning landscape? | Change |
    84. Expectations Will use be expected? | Goal based and systemic? | Scope and sequence? | Pockets of innovation ?
    85. Barriers What are they? | Curriculum vs. Technology
    86. Implementation What ‘s your plan? | Teachers First! | Are your teachers networked? | Pilots? | Policies? | AUP vs. RUP | Pilots and rollouts | Free vs. Hosted? |
    87. Implementation What ‘s your plan? | Teachers First! | Are your teachers networked? | Pilots? | Policies? | AUP vs. RUP | Pilots and rollouts | Free vs. Hosted? |
    88. Assessment and Evaluation Guskey | Evaluate the technology? | How will you know it’s better?
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