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October 2009 TICAL Cadre Retreat CA

  1. 1. WELCOME CADRE TICAL Cadre Retreat October 9-10, 2009 wifi: Launch browser Santa Cruz COE UN: teacher PW: teacher Join the group for resources and more! http://porical.ning.com Group: California TICAL Cadre
  2. 2. Cadre Only Area  Portical.ning.com  Handouts, discussions, and sites discussed  Need to request entry as it is a private group! 2
  3. 3. How well do you know the cadre? 3 2
  4. 4. How well do you know the cadre?  Taught three courses in technology at National University 3 2
  5. 5. How well do you know the cadre?  Taught three courses in technology at National University  John 3 2
  6. 6. How well do you know the cadre?  Taught three courses in technology at National University  John  “I firmly believe technology is not about machines, but rather about access to information...” 3 2
  7. 7. How well do you know the cadre?  Taught three courses in technology at National University  John  “I firmly believe technology is not about machines, but rather about access to information...”  Bob 3 2
  8. 8. How well do you know the cadre?  Taught three courses in technology at National University  John  “I firmly believe technology is not about machines, but rather about access to information...”  Bob  “Training must be provided by knowledgeable individuals who can speak the language of teachers and build capacity within them.” 3 2
  9. 9. How well do you know the cadre?  Taught three courses in technology at National University  John  “I firmly believe technology is not about machines, but rather about access to information...”  Bob  “Training must be provided by knowledgeable individuals who can speak the language of teachers and build capacity within them.”  Lisa 3 2
  10. 10. How well do you know the cadre?  Taught three courses in technology at National University  John  “I firmly believe technology is not about machines, but rather about access to information...”  Bob  “Training must be provided by knowledgeable individuals who can speak the language of teachers and build capacity within them.”  Lisa  “ A group of these students approached me and related that who ever I hire better like laptops and better like science.” 3 2
  11. 11. How well do you know the cadre?  Taught three courses in technology at National University  John  “I firmly believe technology is not about machines, but rather about access to information...”  Bob  “Training must be provided by knowledgeable individuals who can speak the language of teachers and build capacity within them.”  Lisa  “ A group of these students approached me and related that who ever I hire better like laptops and better like science.”  Skip 3 2
  12. 12. How well do you know the cadre?  Taught three courses in technology at National University  John  “I firmly believe technology is not about machines, but rather about access to information...”  Bob  “Training must be provided by knowledgeable individuals who can speak the language of teachers and build capacity within them.”  Lisa  “ A group of these students approached me and related that who ever I hire better like laptops and better like science.”  Skip  “On a selfish level, I believe that I can learn from the expertise of those that are connected to TICAL and thus expand my professional knowledge” 3 2
  13. 13. How well do you know the cadre?  Taught three courses in technology at National University  John  “I firmly believe technology is not about machines, but rather about access to information...”  Bob  “Training must be provided by knowledgeable individuals who can speak the language of teachers and build capacity within them.”  Lisa  “ A group of these students approached me and related that who ever I hire better like laptops and better like science.”  Skip  “On a selfish level, I believe that I can learn from the expertise of those that are connected to TICAL and thus expand my professional knowledge”  Devin 3 2
  14. 14. How well do you know the cadre?  Taught three courses in technology at National University  John  “I firmly believe technology is not about machines, but rather about access to information...”  Bob  “Training must be provided by knowledgeable individuals who can speak the language of teachers and build capacity within them.”  Lisa  “ A group of these students approached me and related that who ever I hire better like laptops and better like science.”  Skip  “On a selfish level, I believe that I can learn from the expertise of those that are connected to TICAL and thus expand my professional knowledge”  Devin  Any educator working on tech issues is aware of their “voice in the wilderness” status, since our profession famously remains slow to embrace change. 3 2
  15. 15. How well do you know the cadre?  Taught three courses in technology at National University  John  “I firmly believe technology is not about machines, but rather about access to information...”  Bob  “Training must be provided by knowledgeable individuals who can speak the language of teachers and build capacity within them.”  Lisa  “ A group of these students approached me and related that who ever I hire better like laptops and better like science.”  Skip  “On a selfish level, I believe that I can learn from the expertise of those that are connected to TICAL and thus expand my professional knowledge”  Devin  Any educator working on tech issues is aware of their “voice in the wilderness” status, since our profession famously remains slow to embrace change.  Jack 3 2
  16. 16. How well do you know the cadre?  Taught three courses in technology at National University  John  “I firmly believe technology is not about machines, but rather about access to information...”  Bob  “Training must be provided by knowledgeable individuals who can speak the language of teachers and build capacity within them.”  Lisa  “ A group of these students approached me and related that who ever I hire better like laptops and better like science.”  Skip  “On a selfish level, I believe that I can learn from the expertise of those that are connected to TICAL and thus expand my professional knowledge”  Devin  Any educator working on tech issues is aware of their “voice in the wilderness” status, since our profession famously remains slow to embrace change.  Jack  Initial exposure to technology involved an unfortunate incident with a TRS-80 computer in 1978. 3 2
  17. 17. How well do you know the cadre?  Taught three courses in technology at National University  John  “I firmly believe technology is not about machines, but rather about access to information...”  Bob  “Training must be provided by knowledgeable individuals who can speak the language of teachers and build capacity within them.”  Lisa  “ A group of these students approached me and related that who ever I hire better like laptops and better like science.”  Skip  “On a selfish level, I believe that I can learn from the expertise of those that are connected to TICAL and thus expand my professional knowledge”  Devin  Any educator working on tech issues is aware of their “voice in the wilderness” status, since our profession famously remains slow to embrace change.  Jack  Initial exposure to technology involved an unfortunate incident with a TRS-80 computer in 1978.  Susan 3 2
  18. 18. How well do you know the cadre?  Taught three courses in technology at National University  John  “I firmly believe technology is not about machines, but rather about access to information...”  Bob  “Training must be provided by knowledgeable individuals who can speak the language of teachers and build capacity within them.”  Lisa  “ A group of these students approached me and related that who ever I hire better like laptops and better like science.”  Skip  “On a selfish level, I believe that I can learn from the expertise of those that are connected to TICAL and thus expand my professional knowledge”  Devin  Any educator working on tech issues is aware of their “voice in the wilderness” status, since our profession famously remains slow to embrace change.  Jack  Initial exposure to technology involved an unfortunate incident with a TRS-80 computer in 1978.  Susan  Favorite web resources include web organizers like Backflip.com and Blink.com. 3 2
  19. 19. How well do you know the cadre?  Taught three courses in technology at National University  John  “I firmly believe technology is not about machines, but rather about access to information...”  Bob  “Training must be provided by knowledgeable individuals who can speak the language of teachers and build capacity within them.”  Lisa  “ A group of these students approached me and related that who ever I hire better like laptops and better like science.”  Skip  “On a selfish level, I believe that I can learn from the expertise of those that are connected to TICAL and thus expand my professional knowledge”  Devin  Any educator working on tech issues is aware of their “voice in the wilderness” status, since our profession famously remains slow to embrace change.  Jack  Initial exposure to technology involved an unfortunate incident with a TRS-80 computer in 1978.  Susan  Favorite web resources include web organizers like Backflip.com and Blink.com.  Thom 3 2
  20. 20. How well do you know the cadre? 4 2
  21. 21. How well do you know the cadre?  Taught three courses in technology “I believe it is essential for an instructional leader to be flexible and demonstrate creativity with our “At- Promise” youth.” 4 2
  22. 22. How well do you know the cadre?  Taught three courses in technology “I believe it is essential for an instructional leader to be flexible and demonstrate creativity with our “At- Promise” youth.”  Gabe 4 2
  23. 23. How well do you know the cadre?  Taught three courses in technology “I believe it is essential for an instructional leader to be flexible and demonstrate creativity with our “At- Promise” youth.”  Gabe  “Integrating technology with a standards-based curriclulum is, in my opinion, a match made in heaven.” 4 2
  24. 24. How well do you know the cadre?  Taught three courses in technology “I believe it is essential for an instructional leader to be flexible and demonstrate creativity with our “At- Promise” youth.”  Gabe  “Integrating technology with a standards-based curriclulum is, in my opinion, a match made in heaven.”  Becci 4 2
  25. 25. How well do you know the cadre?  Taught three courses in technology “I believe it is essential for an instructional leader to be flexible and demonstrate creativity with our “At- Promise” youth.”  Gabe  “Integrating technology with a standards-based curriclulum is, in my opinion, a match made in heaven.”  Becci  Lived with families in both Central and South America 4 2
  26. 26. How well do you know the cadre?  Taught three courses in technology “I believe it is essential for an instructional leader to be flexible and demonstrate creativity with our “At- Promise” youth.”  Gabe  “Integrating technology with a standards-based curriclulum is, in my opinion, a match made in heaven.”  Becci  Lived with families in both Central and South America  Tim 4 2
  27. 27. How well do you know the cadre?  Taught three courses in technology “I believe it is essential for an instructional leader to be flexible and demonstrate creativity with our “At- Promise” youth.”  Gabe  “Integrating technology with a standards-based curriclulum is, in my opinion, a match made in heaven.”  Becci  Lived with families in both Central and South America  Tim  Became the district’s “resident expert” in filemaker pro. 4 2
  28. 28. How well do you know the cadre?  Taught three courses in technology “I believe it is essential for an instructional leader to be flexible and demonstrate creativity with our “At- Promise” youth.”  Gabe  “Integrating technology with a standards-based curriclulum is, in my opinion, a match made in heaven.”  Becci  Lived with families in both Central and South America  Tim  Became the district’s “resident expert” in filemaker pro.  Sheila 4 2
  29. 29. How well do you know the cadre?  Taught three courses in technology “I believe it is essential for an instructional leader to be flexible and demonstrate creativity with our “At- Promise” youth.”  Gabe  “Integrating technology with a standards-based curriclulum is, in my opinion, a match made in heaven.”  Becci  Lived with families in both Central and South America  Tim  Became the district’s “resident expert” in filemaker pro.  Sheila  Trained facilitator for the Franklin/Covey 7 Habits of Highly Effective People 4 2
  30. 30. How well do you know the cadre?  Taught three courses in technology “I believe it is essential for an instructional leader to be flexible and demonstrate creativity with our “At- Promise” youth.”  Gabe  “Integrating technology with a standards-based curriclulum is, in my opinion, a match made in heaven.”  Becci  Lived with families in both Central and South America  Tim  Became the district’s “resident expert” in filemaker pro.  Sheila  Trained facilitator for the Franklin/Covey 7 Habits of Highly Effective People  Butch 4 2
  31. 31. How well do you know the cadre?  Taught three courses in technology “I believe it is essential for an instructional leader to be flexible and demonstrate creativity with our “At- Promise” youth.”  Gabe  “Integrating technology with a standards-based curriclulum is, in my opinion, a match made in heaven.”  Becci  Lived with families in both Central and South America  Tim  Became the district’s “resident expert” in filemaker pro.  Sheila  Trained facilitator for the Franklin/Covey 7 Habits of Highly Effective People  Butch  A faculty member at three universities 4 2
  32. 32. How well do you know the cadre?  Taught three courses in technology “I believe it is essential for an instructional leader to be flexible and demonstrate creativity with our “At- Promise” youth.”  Gabe  “Integrating technology with a standards-based curriclulum is, in my opinion, a match made in heaven.”  Becci  Lived with families in both Central and South America  Tim  Became the district’s “resident expert” in filemaker pro.  Sheila  Trained facilitator for the Franklin/Covey 7 Habits of Highly Effective People  Butch  A faculty member at three universities  Kevin 4 2
  33. 33. How well do you know the cadre?  Taught three courses in technology “I believe it is essential for an instructional leader to be flexible and demonstrate creativity with our “At- Promise” youth.”  Gabe  “Integrating technology with a standards-based curriclulum is, in my opinion, a match made in heaven.”  Becci  Lived with families in both Central and South America  Tim  Became the district’s “resident expert” in filemaker pro.  Sheila  Trained facilitator for the Franklin/Covey 7 Habits of Highly Effective People  Butch  A faculty member at three universities  Kevin  Brought an entire school online the same month that Netscape was launched. 4 2
  34. 34. How well do you know the cadre?  Taught three courses in technology “I believe it is essential for an instructional leader to be flexible and demonstrate creativity with our “At- Promise” youth.”  Gabe  “Integrating technology with a standards-based curriclulum is, in my opinion, a match made in heaven.”  Becci  Lived with families in both Central and South America  Tim  Became the district’s “resident expert” in filemaker pro.  Sheila  Trained facilitator for the Franklin/Covey 7 Habits of Highly Effective People  Butch  A faculty member at three universities  Kevin  Brought an entire school online the same month that Netscape was launched.  Bob P. 4 2
  35. 35. How well do you know the cadre?  Taught three courses in technology “I believe it is essential for an instructional leader to be flexible and demonstrate creativity with our “At- Promise” youth.”  Gabe  “Integrating technology with a standards-based curriclulum is, in my opinion, a match made in heaven.”  Becci  Lived with families in both Central and South America  Tim  Became the district’s “resident expert” in filemaker pro.  Sheila  Trained facilitator for the Franklin/Covey 7 Habits of Highly Effective People  Butch  A faculty member at three universities  Kevin  Brought an entire school online the same month that Netscape was launched.  Bob P.  Favorite grade to teach was third grade, because the "kids are still very curious and attentive but old enough they can write and begin to really put ideas together. 4 2
  36. 36. How well do you know the cadre?  Taught three courses in technology “I believe it is essential for an instructional leader to be flexible and demonstrate creativity with our “At- Promise” youth.”  Gabe  “Integrating technology with a standards-based curriclulum is, in my opinion, a match made in heaven.”  Becci  Lived with families in both Central and South America  Tim  Became the district’s “resident expert” in filemaker pro.  Sheila  Trained facilitator for the Franklin/Covey 7 Habits of Highly Effective People  Butch  A faculty member at three universities  Kevin  Brought an entire school online the same month that Netscape was launched.  Bob P.  Favorite grade to teach was third grade, because the "kids are still very curious and attentive but old enough they can write and begin to really put ideas together.  Sandy 4 2
  37. 37. How well do you know the cadre?  Taught three courses in technology “I believe it is essential for an instructional leader to be flexible and demonstrate creativity with our “At- Promise” youth.”  Gabe  “Integrating technology with a standards-based curriclulum is, in my opinion, a match made in heaven.”  Becci  Lived with families in both Central and South America  Tim  Became the district’s “resident expert” in filemaker pro.  Sheila  Trained facilitator for the Franklin/Covey 7 Habits of Highly Effective People  Butch  A faculty member at three universities  Kevin  Brought an entire school online the same month that Netscape was launched.  Bob P.  Favorite grade to teach was third grade, because the "kids are still very curious and attentive but old enough they can write and begin to really put ideas together.  Sandy 4 2
  38. 38. How well do you know the cadre?  Taught three courses in technology “I believe it is essential for an instructional leader to be flexible and demonstrate creativity with our “At- Promise” youth.”  Gabe  “Integrating technology with a standards-based curriclulum is, in my opinion, a match made in heaven.”  Becci  Lived with families in both Central and South America  Tim  Became the district’s “resident expert” in filemaker pro.  Sheila  Trained facilitator for the Franklin/Covey 7 Habits of Highly Effective People  Butch  A faculty member at three universities  Kevin  Brought an entire school online the same month that Netscape was launched.  Bob P.  Favorite grade to teach was third grade, because the "kids are still very curious and attentive but old enough they can write and begin to really put ideas together.  Sandy  4 2
  39. 39. WELCOME AND INTROUCTIONS
  40. 40. UPDATES Text
  41. 41. Outsourcing Homework 7
  42. 42. Outsourcing Homework 7
  43. 43. Some TICAL Visions for the year 8
  44. 44. Some TICAL Visions for the year  Develop a live interview series with high profile educators 8
  45. 45. Some TICAL Visions for the year  Develop a live interview series with high profile educators  Create ongoing conversation in a “new” online community 8
  46. 46. Some TICAL Visions for the year  Develop a live interview series with high profile educators  Create ongoing conversation in a “new” online community 8
  47. 47. Some TICAL Visions for the year  Develop a live interview series with high profile educators  Create ongoing conversation in a “new” online community  Provide feedback to National EdTech Plan 8
  48. 48. Some TICAL Visions for the year  Develop a live interview series with high profile educators  Create ongoing conversation in a “new” online community  Provide feedback to National EdTech Plan  Continue to develop Original Content, Blogs, funding updates, and up-to- date resources 8
  49. 49. Some TICAL Visions for the year  Develop a live interview series with high profile educators  Create ongoing conversation in a “new” online community  Provide feedback to National EdTech Plan  Continue to develop Original Content, Blogs, funding updates, and up-to- date resources  Provide PD on eTexbook Initiative 8
  50. 50. TICAL BLOG—TBLOGICAL http://www.portical.org/blog
  51. 51. TICAL BLOG—TBLOGICAL http://www.portical.org/blog  New post every week
  52. 52. TICAL BLOG—TBLOGICAL http://www.portical.org/blog  New post every week  Diverse writing style (all cadre members contribute)
  53. 53. TICAL BLOG—TBLOGICAL http://www.portical.org/blog  New post every week  Diverse writing style (all cadre members contribute)  Specific criteria (see cadre group)
  54. 54. TICAL BLOG—TBLOGICAL http://www.portical.org/blog  New post every week  Diverse writing style (all cadre members contribute)  Specific criteria (see cadre group)  Comments are open
  55. 55. 10 18
  56. 56. The Hague, Netherlands June 10-12
  57. 57.  The summit can be characterized as a small working-group conference, with 70 attendees.  The summit gathered professionals, policy makers and researchers in the field of information technology and education to jointly discuss the implications of research findings for practice, policy and further research.
  58. 58. Chris Dede-Harvard University  If we were to redesign education not to make historic models of schooling more efficient, but instead to prepare students for the 21st century – simultaneously transforming teaching in light of our current knowledge about the mind – what types of scalable, sustainable learning environments might sophisticated ICT enable us to create?
  59. 59. “Digital Life” Outside of Class Assumptions of Youth Today • All information is instantly available • Distance and time do not matter • Multi-tasking is how people work • Machines have “intelligence” • Powerful tools for creative work are taken for granted • Options are abundant • Multimedia interactive entertainment is omnipresent • Change is constant and rapid No Wonder Students are Unmotivated in School
  60. 60. The Spectrum of Web 2.0 Media • Sharing – Social Bookmarking – Photo/Video Sharing – Social Networking – Writers’ Workshops and Fanfiction • Thinking – Blogs – Podcasts – Online Discussion Forums • Co-Creating – Wikis/Collaborative File Creation – Mashups/Collective Media Creation – Collaborative Social Change Communities May 2009 issue of Educational Researcher
  61. 61. BREAK!
  62. 62. Regional TICAL Meetings 17
  63. 63.  Three cadre members  Group of leaders in area  One day overview of 21st century skills  Blog for ongoing discussion and continuity
  64. 64. TICAL Book Setting, lays context, this is what makes them unique • Description of the people involved--background about student ◦ Use confidentiality -- fake names • 2-3 paragraphs--telling the story • At end--2 or 3 bullet points ◦ What are take aways? ◦ Fits on one page 19 Eval
  65. 65. LEADERSHIP 3.0 2010 April 15-17 Santa Clara Marriott www.lead3.org Now Accepting Proposals
  66. 66. Wikis, Podcasts, and Blogs in PK 21
  67. 67. LUNCH!
  68. 68. The TICAL Portal  What should stay?  What should go? 23
  69. 69. 2009-2010 Commitment 24
  70. 70. TICAL CONTENT BUILDING  Continue/begin developing content for web portal  Podcasts/Radio TICAL (we have all recording supplies)  Presenter Presentations (the new Breeze)-- expert opinion, tutorials, etc.  Stories  Tutorials/templates for administrators to use
  71. 71. CLOSURE Dinner @ 7 Ristorante Italiano Exit Ocean Street, Left on Soquel, on Right before Branciforte
  72. 72. WELCOME BACK CADRE TICAL Cadre Retreat wifi: Launch browser UN: teacher PW: teacher Join the group for resources and more! http://porical.ning.com Group: California TICAL Cadre
  73. 73. SHARING TIME
  74. 74. NEXT MEETING  February
  75. 75. CLOSURE

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