All Teachers: Experienced and New
Teachers need to have these skills
 
•E-Mail/Voice Mail
•Network operating systems (Expl...
• New Wireless System 
•  New Intel Classroom Lab - 115
•  50 Mounted LCD projectors in the School
•  New Printing System ...
Internet Connectivity
Learn 360
United Streaming
TeacherTube
YouTube 
www.PBS.org
iTunes/U
www.edutopia.org
Promethean Wor...
STUDENT USE/POSSESSION OF ELECTRONIC
COMMUNICATION DEVICES 443.5
The Lakeland Union High School District understands the a...
On the FIRST Day of School – Mr. Bouché stated to the
Students’
The Warning of Misuse – Teachers would take the PHONE!
Fir...
144 21% of 697
374 53%
179 26%
285 39% of 725
352 48%
88 12%
SLATE presentation by Jim Bouché Ed.S. Lakeland Union High School
SLATE presentation by Jim Bouché Ed.S. Lakeland Union High School
SLATE presentation by Jim Bouché Ed.S. Lakeland Union High School
SLATE presentation by Jim Bouché Ed.S. Lakeland Union High School
SLATE presentation by Jim Bouché Ed.S. Lakeland Union High School
SLATE presentation by Jim Bouché Ed.S. Lakeland Union High School
SLATE presentation by Jim Bouché Ed.S. Lakeland Union High School
SLATE presentation by Jim Bouché Ed.S. Lakeland Union High School
SLATE presentation by Jim Bouché Ed.S. Lakeland Union High School
SLATE presentation by Jim Bouché Ed.S. Lakeland Union High School
SLATE presentation by Jim Bouché Ed.S. Lakeland Union High School
SLATE presentation by Jim Bouché Ed.S. Lakeland Union High School
SLATE presentation by Jim Bouché Ed.S. Lakeland Union High School
SLATE presentation by Jim Bouché Ed.S. Lakeland Union High School
SLATE presentation by Jim Bouché Ed.S. Lakeland Union High School
SLATE presentation by Jim Bouché Ed.S. Lakeland Union High School
SLATE presentation by Jim Bouché Ed.S. Lakeland Union High School
SLATE presentation by Jim Bouché Ed.S. Lakeland Union High School
SLATE presentation by Jim Bouché Ed.S. Lakeland Union High School
SLATE presentation by Jim Bouché Ed.S. Lakeland Union High School
SLATE presentation by Jim Bouché Ed.S. Lakeland Union High School
SLATE presentation by Jim Bouché Ed.S. Lakeland Union High School
SLATE presentation by Jim Bouché Ed.S. Lakeland Union High School
SLATE presentation by Jim Bouché Ed.S. Lakeland Union High School
SLATE presentation by Jim Bouché Ed.S. Lakeland Union High School
SLATE presentation by Jim Bouché Ed.S. Lakeland Union High School
SLATE presentation by Jim Bouché Ed.S. Lakeland Union High School
SLATE presentation by Jim Bouché Ed.S. Lakeland Union High School
SLATE presentation by Jim Bouché Ed.S. Lakeland Union High School
SLATE presentation by Jim Bouché Ed.S. Lakeland Union High School
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This is the Presentation that Jim Bouché Ed.S. Principal of LAKELAND UNION HIGH SCHOOL gave to the SLATE Conference on Dec. 8 in the Wis. Dells. This presentation was given on change in the 21st Century with emphasis on the use of Cell Phones in Schools.

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SLATE presentation by Jim Bouché Ed.S. Lakeland Union High School

  1. 1. All Teachers: Experienced and New Teachers need to have these skills   •E-Mail/Voice Mail •Network operating systems (Explorer, Foxfire,  Safari) •Operating CD player, DVD Player, LCD  projectors •Wireless Technology in the Classrooms •Wireless Laptops and organization of desktop •Using selective printers and copiers •Classrooms of the 21st  Century (LCD  projectors, Wireless Audio) •Powerpoint Presentations  •Powerschool (Attendance, Grading,  Reporting) •Parent and Student Portal  •Web Publishing (rSchooltoday – Lesson Plans  and assignments) Advanced Teachers: Advanced Staff Technology   •Digital editing and Digital photography and  Scanning •Excel, Database, Spreadsheets •Advance Powerpoints, iMovie embedding •Mac Software – Keynote, Final Cut •On-line Teaching/Learning as a Class  Enhancemen •(Wikis, Blogs, Assignment Drop Box)  •Student Response System (SRS) •Blackboard software •Interactive Whiteboards: Promethean  boards, Smartboards, Mimio-boards 
  2. 2. • New Wireless System  •  New Intel Classroom Lab - 115 •  50 Mounted LCD projectors in the School •  New Printing System  •  Student Email System / Drop box • 5 Actiview – Digital Capturing Equipment • Eleven Mobile Labs… 330 Laptops •Laptops – for 60% of our Teachers • Several Sets of Student Response Systems…(SRS) • 6 SmartBoards • Several Digital Tablets • 4 Promethean Boards      5 Mimio Boards • iMac Lab - 161 • 3.5 Tech assistants •  Greater Bandwidth… • 2 Business Dept. Labs •  Open Directory Servers
  3. 3. Internet Connectivity Learn 360 United Streaming TeacherTube YouTube  www.PBS.org iTunes/U www.edutopia.org Promethean World  SmartBoard
  4. 4. STUDENT USE/POSSESSION OF ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATION DEVICES 443.5 The Lakeland Union High School District understands the appropriate use of 21st century technology devices. Furthermore, it is the district’s desire that all students learn and use appropriate technology etiquette. Electronic communication devices covered by this policy include, but are not limited to, cellular phones and other wireless hand-held devices, MP3 players (iPods), cameras, and paging devices. Student use of electronic communication devices is allowed before and after school, during passing periods in the hallways, and during lunch periods. The expectations for student use of electronic devices within classrooms will be determined by each classroom teacher. Electronic communication devices are prohibited in bathrooms and locker rooms at all times. The use of electronic communication devices while on field trips or other school sponsored activities will be at the discretion of the advisor/coach. Electronic communication devices may never be used in a manner that will cause disruption to the educational environment or invade the privacy of another individual. The LUHS school district will not be responsible for loss, damage, or theft of any electronic or digital device brought to school. Students violating this policy shall be subject to school disciplinary action and possible legal referral, if applicable. The building principal or his/her designee shall be responsible for enforcing this policy.
  5. 5. On the FIRST Day of School – Mr. Bouché stated to the Students’ The Warning of Misuse – Teachers would take the PHONE! First time caught with the PHONE being used inappropriately – TEACHER will TAKE the phone and return it to the student!! Second time caught with the PHONE being used inappropriately – TEACHER will TAKE the phone and the student will get the phone from Mr. Bouché Third time caught with the PHONE being used inappropriately – the student’s phone will be suspended for a week!! Fourth time caught with the PHONE being used inappropriately – the student will be suspended for three days by Mr. Bouché for INSUBORDINATION!
  6. 6. 144 21% of 697 374 53% 179 26% 285 39% of 725 352 48% 88 12%

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