Presented by:Dr. Lisa Gonzales –State Vice President of Legislative ActionAssociation of California School AdministratorsT...
Outcomes• Present an overview of technology initiativesin California• Experience the leadership landscape inCalifornia• Le...
Poll Everywhere• Pic
Educational Trends
ACSAStrategicPlanningWe will cultivate transformationaltechnologies in all aspects of ourwork.•Incorporate tech in all tra...
ACSATechnologyLeadershipGroup
AdvocacyWork inCaliforniaSamples of legislation:•SB505 - regional support for ed tech•SB520 - incentives for students inUC...
PublicationTopics• Two-way communication with social media• Using tech to support good instruction, not replace it• STEM/S...
Department of EducationProgram and Projects
TICALThe Technology InformationCenter for Administrative LeadershipA Statewide Education Technology ServiceFunded by the C...
TICAL’s mission•To help K-12 school leaders provideinformed and effective leadership in theuse of technology to improve ed...
TICAL is really three things• An Internet portal (www.portical.org)• A statewide cadre of school leaders in CA and AR• An ...
Social Media Handbook• Resource for school leaders• Sections include:o Overview of social mediaoBenefits to educational le...
CLRNwww.clrn.org
TechSETSwww.techsets.org
www.myctap.org
CTAP PerformanceAssessmentshttp://bit.ly/ctapccss
http://k12hsn.org
+CaliforniaEd TechTask ForceAssessmentTeachingLearningInfrastructure
Big Ideas – Learning• Promote the use of online instructional materialsthat engage and build 21stcentury competencies• Bui...
Big Ideas – Teaching• Provide/leverage regional & statewide tech support systemsto meet current/emerging needs of teachers...
Big Ideas – Assessment• Draw upon assessment approaches from sectors outside ofeducation• Develop an assessment system tha...
Big Ideas – Infrastructure• Ensure every student has access to one-to-one technologywith compliance guidelines for William...
Computer Using Educatorswww.cue.org
Leading Edge Certification -California and Beyond• National Certification Program• Created by alliance of nonprofits,educa...
LEC For the Administrator Portfolio Examplewww.leadingedgecertification.org
Poll EverywhereWhat are you doingin your state?
Outcomes• Present an overview of technology initiativesin California• Experience the leadership landscape inCalifornia• Le...
Thank You!Dr. Lisa Gonzaleslisatheprincipal@gmail.comJason Borgenjborgen@portical.org
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  • (Update this slide with your own name, role and affiliation.) Welcome to this introduction to TICAL, which stands for “The Technology Information Center for Administrative Leadership”; a mouthful, so you can see why it goes by the nickname TICAL. I am _______________ and it’s my pleasure to provide you with an overview of the TICAL project and how you can use it to improve the use of technology—in your school, in your professional life, and even, perhaps, in your personal life.
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    1. 1. Presented by:Dr. Lisa Gonzales –State Vice President of Legislative ActionAssociation of California School AdministratorsTICAL Cadre MemberJason Borgen –Santa Cruz County Office of EducationProgram Director, Technology Information Center forAdministrative Leadership (TICAL)iPossibilities…An Overview ofEd Tech Initiatives in California
    2. 2. Outcomes• Present an overview of technology initiativesin California• Experience the leadership landscape inCalifornia• Learn about the 21stcentury digital advancesin California• Share what your state is doing so we canlearn from each other
    3. 3. Poll Everywhere• Pic
    4. 4. Educational Trends
    5. 5. ACSAStrategicPlanningWe will cultivate transformationaltechnologies in all aspects of ourwork.•Incorporate tech in all trainings•Professional development for staff•New management system•Social media job alike web presence•Fully utilize region websites•Online calendars for state, regions,charters•Create repository web portal•Pursue YouTube, Slideshare, TED model
    6. 6. ACSATechnologyLeadershipGroup
    7. 7. AdvocacyWork inCaliforniaSamples of legislation:•SB505 - regional support for ed tech•SB520 - incentives for students inUC/CSU/CC/high school systems totake online courses•SB714 - online courses can count foraverage daily attendance/funding•AB342 - school districts/county officescan provide online instruction•SB682 - digital textbooks available•SB185 - publishers provide digitalmaterials free of charge
    8. 8. PublicationTopics• Two-way communication with social media• Using tech to support good instruction, not replace it• STEM/STEAM• Online professional development• Project-based learning• Becoming a visionary technology leader• Preparing new and aspiring school leaders
    9. 9. Department of EducationProgram and Projects
    10. 10. TICALThe Technology InformationCenter for Administrative LeadershipA Statewide Education Technology ServiceFunded by the CDE through theSanta Cruz County Office of Education
    11. 11. TICAL’s mission•To help K-12 school leaders provideinformed and effective leadership in theuse of technology to improve education.
    12. 12. TICAL is really three things• An Internet portal (www.portical.org)• A statewide cadre of school leaders in CA and AR• An annual statewide leadership symposium incollaboration with ACSA and CUE in CA (www.lead3.org)
    13. 13. Social Media Handbook• Resource for school leaders• Sections include:o Overview of social mediaoBenefits to educational leadersoServices for using social mediaoPolicies to EnactoRecommendations for Strategic ImplementationoResources and Templateswww.portical.org/tools/socialmediahandbook.html
    14. 14. CLRNwww.clrn.org
    15. 15. TechSETSwww.techsets.org
    16. 16. www.myctap.org
    17. 17. CTAP PerformanceAssessmentshttp://bit.ly/ctapccss
    18. 18. http://k12hsn.org
    19. 19. +CaliforniaEd TechTask ForceAssessmentTeachingLearningInfrastructure
    20. 20. Big Ideas – Learning• Promote the use of online instructional materialsthat engage and build 21stcentury competencies• Build a political coalition for “anytime, anyplace,any pace” learning• Advocate for broad implementation of existing techframeworks (CTE, Library, etc.)• Find a way around current ADA funding toapproaches that do not limit teacher flexibility withtechnology in synchronous and asynchronousinstruction
    21. 21. Big Ideas – Teaching• Provide/leverage regional & statewide tech support systemsto meet current/emerging needs of teachers & administrators• Prioritize technology at the CDE with a cabinet level position• Facilitate the implementation of online teaching & learning,teacher & administrative certification, and professionaldevelopment standards• Encourage and reward teachers for use of and risk-takingwith technology• Develop a clear plan for summative & formative assessmentsof the policies, programs and services as implemented
    22. 22. Big Ideas – Assessment• Draw upon assessment approaches from sectors outside ofeducation• Develop an assessment system that provides feedback tostudents with validation from experts in the field for “realworld” learning• Use ranked data sources & open source to providetechnology infrastructure and sharing of learning resources• Create personalized formative and summative assessmentsfor Common Core State Standards (including infrastructureand professional development)• Communicate about data access, privacy issues & changes inassessment system
    23. 23. Big Ideas – Infrastructure• Ensure every student has access to one-to-one technologywith compliance guidelines for Williams settlement• Create minimum bandwidth standards; scalable & flexibleinfrastructure; connect existing data systems• Leverage service models that exist in County Offices ofEducation• Collaborate with industry partners/public-private programs• Directly engage the California Public Utility Commission(CPUC) and Federal Communications Commission (FCC)• Emphasize safe and appropriate use of technology• Create Cabinet level position at the CDE for technology
    24. 24. Computer Using Educatorswww.cue.org
    25. 25. Leading Edge Certification -California and Beyond• National Certification Program• Created by alliance of nonprofits,educational agencies, etc.• Focused on innovation and edtech• Courseworks from 40-60 which ismostly only• 3 Certifications developed so far:oOnline Blended Teachero Administrator/Educational LeaderoDigital Educator• All performanced-basedoParticipants complete Portofliowww.leadingedgecertification.org
    26. 26. LEC For the Administrator Portfolio Examplewww.leadingedgecertification.org
    27. 27. Poll EverywhereWhat are you doingin your state?
    28. 28. Outcomes• Present an overview of technology initiativesin California• Experience the leadership landscape inCalifornia• Learn about the 21stcentury digital advancesin California• Share what your state is doing so we canlearn from each other
    29. 29. Thank You!Dr. Lisa Gonzaleslisatheprincipal@gmail.comJason Borgenjborgen@portical.org

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