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2008 2009 Stat21 Sharing Session


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SD NCLB Title IID Grant Sharing Session for 2008-2009 schoolyear.

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2008 2009 Stat21 Sharing Session

  1. 1. “After going through this grant process I see technology as a powerful tool that even I, can navigate. Having the know-how and feeling less intimidated by technology has been a huge relief to me. I think it is safe to say that I have done a 180 degree transformation from the start of the grant until now. My students are more engaged and curious about the learning process and they are taking more control of the learning with the technology in the classroom.”<br />Middle School Teacher<br />STAT21 grant participant<br />
  2. 2. SD ESA Region 2<br />STAT 21<br />Success Through Assessment and Technology<br />2008-2009 Title IID Sharing SessionAugust 10, 2009<br />
  3. 3. Overview of Project Activities<br />
  4. 4. Project Goals<br />Teachers will analyze student data to determine student learning priorities, monitor, progress, and help sustain continuous improvement. MET<br />Teachers will learn and apply 21st Century Skills to improve student achievement. MET<br />Advanced cohort members will work to ‘transform the classroom’ and provide training for effective technology integration/21st Century Skills for colleagues and/or staff. MET<br />
  5. 5. Project Objectives<br />Student achievement will increase by 2% in the content area for the determined student learning priority based upon classroom criterion referenced test scores. IN PROGRESS<br />80% of students will complete formatively assessed lessons directed toward a standard of low achievement. MET<br />95% of students in participating classrooms will be involved in lessons that utilize 21st Century skills. MET<br />80 % of students in participating classrooms will use 21st Century tools. MET<br />50% of participants will increase their Level of Technology Integration (LoTi) level by one stage as measured by the STAT21 questionnaire. MET*<br />100% of grant participants will create two 21st Century infused lesson plans. MET<br />95% of grant participants will attend a minimum of three technology classes. MET<br />95% of grant participants will meet a minimum of two times with a cognitive coach©. MET<br />100% of grant participants will analyze student data and record student performance as a means of tracking information over time and guiding instruction. MET<br />100% of grant participants will utilize Achievement Series™ and eMetric to analyze student data to determine student learning priorities and monitor progress. MET <br />100% of grant participants will use formative assessment to direct instruction.  <br />100% of grant participants will complete an action research plan/ePortfolio. MET<br />*Data skewed due to lack of consistency in number of respondents. <br />
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  7. 7. Methods of Evaluation<br />Surveys<br />Benchmark completion<br />Classes<br />ePortfolios<br />Meeting with cognitive coach and technology integration specialist<br />Blogs<br />Coaching sessions<br />
  8. 8. One Success- Blogging<br />
  9. 9. Two Major Challenges<br />EFFECTIVELY CHALLENING TIER 2 PARTICIPANTS<br />SURVEY DATA<br />Analysis<br />
  10. 10. Lessons Learned<br />Fix methods, dates and ways to collect data<br />Make copies of everything you create<br />Set precedent for learning community and communication at the very beginning of project<br />Offer options<br />Offer support<br />Offer time<br />
  11. 11. Advice for Future Project Leaders<br />Remember you are working with busy adults<br />Provide options<br />Provide meaningful material<br />Provide time to work<br />Be flexible<br />
  12. 12. THANK YOU<br />We, and the teachers and administrators with whom we worked, truly appreciated the opportunity to create ‘Success Through Assessment and Technology with 21st Century Skills.’ We look forward to working together in the future.<br />EAST DAKOTA EDUCATIONAL COOPERATIVE<br />ESA, Region 2<br />Marge Hauser, Melissa Goodwin, Cate Sommervold and Vickie Venhuizen<br />