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NCTLI Overview for NCTIES on 030311


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NCTLI Overview for NCTIES on 030311

  1. 1. North Carolina Learning Technology Initiative (NCLTI)<br />Verna Lalbeharie<br />Emmy Coleman<br />Cynthia Sartain<br />The Friday Institute for Educational Innovation<br />NC State University College of Education<br />March 3, 2011<br />
  2. 2. NC State Board of Education<br />Mission: <br />“Every public school student will graduate from high school, globally competitive for work and postsecondary education and prepared for life in the 21st century.”<br />Goals<br />NC public schools will produce globally competitive students;<br />NC public schools will be led by 21st century professionals;<br />NC public students will be healthy and responsible;<br />Leadership will guide innovation in NC public schools;<br />NC public schools will be governed and supported by 21st century systems. <br />
  3. 3. How Far Have We Moved the Needle?<br />
  4. 4. What is the NCLTI?<br />A strategic partnership to creating future-ready schools<br />Goals of <br />Engagement <br />Equity<br />Economic development<br />Creating a new learning ecology in our schools<br />To prepare future-ready students, we must provide future-ready environments, tools, learning processes and content<br />
  5. 5. Public-Private Partnership<br />Started August 2007<br />Funding from NC, GoldenLEAFFoundation, SAS, Lowes, AT&T and others<br />Steering committee from DPI, Friday Institute/NCSU, North Carolina New Schools Project, GoldenLEAFFoundation, SAS, school representatives<br />Strong support from GovernorBeverlyPerdue, Representative Joe Tolson, SAS CEO Jim Goodnight, GoldenLEAFVP Mark Sorrells, SBE, DPI and many others<br />Building on work of the Business and Education Technology Alliance (BETA) and the eLearning Commission<br />
  6. 6. NCLTI Pilot Schools<br />
  7. 7. Where is NCLTI?<br />
  8. 8. Elements of NCLTI<br />Effective leadership and community support<br />Teachers prepared to use technology to enhance teaching and learning<br />Local instructional technology facilitators/coaches<br />Alignment of standards, curriculum, instruction and assessment<br />Digital content and tools appropriate for students<br />21st century skills and content integrated into the curriculum<br />A wireless, multimedia digital device for every student and teacher<br />Broadband connectivity and wireless access throughout the school<br />Other technology resources<br />Policies to support future-ready teaching and learning<br />Sustainable funding via public-private partnerships<br />
  9. 9. NCLTI Framework for Planning<br />Provide planning assistance and leadership coaching to NC districts<br />Provide professional development to help teachers to teach successfully in 1:1 learning environments<br />Provide professional development for principals, technology directors, instructional technology facilitators and other administrators<br />Develop a planning and implementation framework to inform additional school districts and statewide planning<br />
  10. 10. Support Coach Role<br />Coaches deliver customized support services in the areas of:<br />Framework design<br />Funding/sustainability<br />Curriculum & Instruction<br />Technology<br />Administration<br />Infrastructure<br />Professional development <br />
  11. 11. Professional Development<br />Leading Innovation Institute<br />Instructional Technology Facilitators Institutes<br />Content-Specific Teacher Workshops<br />Online<br />Face to Face<br />Course Development<br />OPD on high-need topics <br />Getting Started in 1:1 Classroom<br />Innovate to Transform the 1:1 Classroom with Web 2.0 Tools<br />Content-specific aligned to NC Standards<br />
  12. 12. NCLTI Framework for Planning<br />Evaluate<br />
  13. 13. TCO<br />NCLTI – it all fits….<br />Friday Institute<br />21st Century Assessment<br />Teacher Working Condition Survey<br />EVASS<br />Research Review and Data Analysis<br />NCDPI<br />Partners<br />MCNC Assessment<br />AMTR<br />MCREL<br />
  14. 14. NCLTI – it all fits….<br />District & School Transformation<br />21st Century Assessment<br />Friday Institute<br />Intel Leadership<br />Focused Committed Leadership<br />NCDPI<br />Partners<br />RttT Initiatives<br /> IMPACT<br />
  15. 15. NCLTI – it all fits….<br />Intel Teach<br />Thinkfinity<br />NCFalcon ACRE<br />Essential Standards<br />Professional Development C & I Pedagogy<br />Common Core<br />NCDPI<br />Partners<br /> CCSA<br />Online Assessment<br />MCREL RttT <br />NCWise Owl<br />
  16. 16. NCLTI – it all fits….<br />CLOUD Computing<br />NCREN<br />Golden LEAF<br />Financing and Sustainability<br /> Erate<br />NCDPI<br />Partners<br />Connectivity Services<br /> RttT <br />
  17. 17. NCLTI – it all fits….<br />NC Tech Plan<br />CIPA - FERPA<br />Policies Procedures<br />NCDPI<br />Partners<br />RttT Initiatives<br />Friday Institute<br />
  18. 18. NCLTI – it all fits….<br />NCDPI Connectivity Services<br />CLOUD Computing<br />InfrastructureDeployment<br />NCDPI<br />Partners<br />MCNC Services<br />NC Microsoft IT Academy<br />Friday Institute<br />
  19. 19. Opportunities for High Impact<br />LEA Technology Summary<br />WirelessNetworks-$48.54M-66 LEAs<br />1:1 Initiatives-$25.53M-57 LEAs<br />Interactive Classrooms-$6.26M-12 LEAs<br />Total $80.33M*-94 LEAs<br />*Does not include 34.6M budgeted for NC Ed Cloud<br />
  20. 20. FAQ<br />Where can I find the Framework for Planning?<br /><br />How can we access the resources in the toolkit?<br />In conversation with NCDPI on best approach to rolling out these resources and necessary supports statewide…stay tuned!<br />Open Q&A<br />