Greetings WIFI - Westlake Initiative for Innovation
Papert - MIT
What’s our goal in all of this?
Simon Sinek - Ted Talks Apple products - Follow the same guidelines
Learning has changed as the world has changed - Article about the Pen from the pencil l
Pass-back generation How do we leverage engagement for instructional value?
High school computers in Spring of 2011 vs Fall of 2012 Dictionaries for every student. Value - VVE teacher rotating kids through back of the classroom computers.
Kinder blog at BCE CCE shared model vs. EE 1 cart-per classroom Special Ed uses Khan Academy - advanced
Make more time in your day
School bond failed, then passed WIFI parent night Bet with AP Distraction for students Story
Get it in the hands of teachers early Methods: Orientation in the summer Appy Hours/Lunch n’ Learns
SAMR Model - Dr. Ruben Puentadura Substituting - tech improves with no function al change (notes) Augmenting - using the tools to enhance the lesson and there is a functional change. (FaceTime audio note) Modification - tech promotes for redesign of tasks. (band on field recording Peak - tech creates new tasks and integration
All - in - one. Plug blog Aside from paper consumption, battery life and instant on - Look at all the other things we won't be buying with extras apps Doc cam Camera Camcorder Clicker Laptop Textbooks
Video played on launch day
AUG 24. - 1500 iPads to students
April 17th Westlake High School Visit
iPads, Eanes ISD, & the WIFI Project
"You cant teachpeople everything they needto know. The best you can dois position them where theycan find what they need toknow when they need to knowit." Seymour Papert
The Importance of Why WhyKeep the focus on the students
WhyHowWhat Source: How Great Leaders Inspire Change - Simon Sinek
Why 1:1 Research Existing programs with established research: • Henrico County Virginia’s Teaching and Learning Initiatives (2001) • Maine’s Learning Technology Initiative (2002) • Texas Immersion Pilot (2003) • Michigan’s Freedom to Learn (2005) • Florida’s Leveraging Laptops (2006) • Pennsylvania’s Classrooms for the Future (2006) • North Carolina’s 1:1 Learning Technology Initiative (2008)
Why 1:1 Research4-year study of 5000 Texas Middle Schoolstudents found learners were more engaged,obtained better technology skills and discoveredseveral cost efficiencies as a result of 1:1 usage -(Shapley et al, 2009)
Why 1:1 ResearchStudent Survey - Top 3 Uses of the iPad• Interacting with websites, apps and reading novels• Communicating and organizing/ taking notes• Collaborating with others; FaceTime, social networks, teacher to student, student to student
Why 1:1 ResearchIncreasing the quality of workRelevance of workCommunicationGreatest effects on learning:• Motivation• Engagement
Why 1:1 Research A study of 997 schools across the United States revealed 9 key factors to successful implementations. The top three being: 1. Ensuring uniform integration of technology in every class - (Marzano & Waters, 2009) 2. Providing time for teacher learning and collaboration (at least monthly) - (Marzano 2003) 3. Using technology daily for meaningful student online collaboration and cooperative learning - (Marzano, Pickering & Pollock, 2001)
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Students“I can’t even imagine how welearned before this.” -Student Body President “My stress levels have decreased now that I know where all my work is.”“As the year went on and thenovelty of it wore off, werealized what an important “I didn’t want to do anythingteaching tool this is.” inappropriate with it because it was vital to my learning.”
Teachers“Distraction was an issue the first month or so, but that’s reallytapered off now that my teaching has adapted and the kidsvalue the device as a tool.”“I’ve adapted my teaching now that I know what a powerful toolthis can be. I will completely change much of what I teach nextyear now that I realize this potential.”“I have some issues with my textbook and what they haveavailable online. It would be nice if there was a consistentsource of that information that was available on the iPad.”
Thank you Carl HookerDirector of Instructional Technology Eanes ISD email@example.com @mrhooker http://HookedOnInnovation.com eaneswifi.blogspot.com
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