Lakeview High SchoolInstructional TechnologyCoachMargaret LincolnDistrict LibrarianAugust 8, 2012
Presentation Overview1. Introduction and qualifications2. The role of the High School Instructional Technology Coach3. Support for district/school improvement plans
1. Introduction and Qualifications Experience in supporting teachers in the technology implementation process, in providing instruction to staff and students, and in planning and collaborating with colleagues. Willingness to assist teachers in developing skills with new technologies – Including Data Director, Moodle, web tools (wiki, Google collaboration tools, Flikr, Twitter), and cell phone technology. Ability to bring in supplemental professional resources to support Lakeview teachers.
Online lesson development via SchoolWorld Civil rights era lesson developed with US History teacher Sherri Skarp uses primary source materials from Library of Congress and Ferris State University.
Support for developing Blackboard course Cultural Literacy at Lakeview HS Welcome Cultural Literacy Students Cultural Literacy debuts as a new course at Lakeview High School in the 2009-2010 school year. We will get started by looking at the Course Documents for Unit 1. We are glad that you have chosen to take this course and look forward to working with you!
Participation in Library of Congress K-12 Web Archiving
Web 2.0 tool for Economics course http://bit.ly/zKlEDV
Implementing new technology Moodle lesson developed for use with iPad
2. Instructional Technology Coach Role Job description: Assist teachers in developing skills in technologies – Including Data Director, Moodle, web tools (wiki, Google collaboration tools, Flikr, Twitter), and cell phone technology. Supervision: Work collaboratively with Chris Doyle, Gina Loveless and Jim Owen to provide support for curriculum and instruction. Delivery: Use existing Web presence (LHS Library site, SchoolWorld, Wiki, Moodle) to provide technology resources.
LHS Library Website now on SchoolWorld PD resources and educational news feeds available at http://bit.ly/QBo8ah
Technology resources on SchoolWorld See also http://www.myschoolpages. com/schools/lakeview/web pages/lroberts/index.cfm
Resources available on REMC 12 wiki http://remc12.wikispaces.com
Professional Development on Moodle http://onlinelearning.calhounisd.org/lakeview/course/view.php?id=4
3. Support for school improvement When assistance is provided for technology implementation, teachers are better able to focus on the important work of Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment. Together Lakeview High School staff members can fulfill our mission: To promote meaningful learning in a safe environment in order to develop knowledgeable, healthy, socially responsible citizens in our global society.
Transforming an existing online unitCourse/unit Provide course title and specific unit.Files Identify supporting documents and location.HSCEs List HSCEs and benchmarks linked to curriculum.Exemplary Note effective online course features available from thecourses Blackboard Exemplary Course Program. Locate supplemental instructional activities from suchLesson plans sites as Thinkfinity, M.O.R.E., OER Commons. Describe instructional involvement of school librarySLMS media specialist in unit.Data Pre-unit transformation Post-unit transformationanalysis CUA results CUA results http://remc12.wikispaces.com/file/view/OnlineUnitTransformation.doc
Thank you for considering me for theLHS Instructional Technology Coach! Margaret Lincoln Lakeview High School Battle Creek, MI 49015 269-565-3730 MLincoln@LakeviewSpartans.org Resume available at http://www.lakeviewspartans.org/files/filesystem/ lincolnresumejuly2012.pdf