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It Summit Supernet

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It Summit Supernet

  1. 2. The Power is in the Technology The Power is in the Curriculum The Power is in the Curriculum Scott S. Floyd, M. Ed. White Oak ISD [email_address]
  2. 3. Photo Credit: iboy_daniel Quote Credit: Darren Draper
  3. 4. National Educational Technology Standards <ul><li>Students </li></ul><ul><li>Teachers </li></ul><ul><li>Administrators </li></ul>
  4. 5. NETS-S
  5. 7. NETS-T
  6. 9. NETS-A No graphic?
  7. 10. NETS-A
  8. 11. NCLB & the STaR Chart STaR Chart STaR Chart STaR Chart
  9. 12. Photo Credits: Dean Shareski
  10. 13. School Technology and Readiness. A Teacher Tool for Planning and Self-Assessing aligned with the Long-Range Plan for Technology, 2006-2020.
  11. 14. The additional reporting requirements consist of three sections.
  12. 15. First two sections completed by district contact identified as district's Texas STaR Chart lead person
  13. 16. Third section completed by the campus administrators
  14. 17. P rincipals T echnology L eadership A ssessment ssessment ssessment ssessment CASTLE www.schoolleadership.org
  15. 19. Research Collaborate Create Present Network Photo Credit: Davvyk
  16. 20. Portfolios and Authentic Assessment
  17. 21. Photo Credits: Kasaa
  18. 22. How about ePortfolios?
  19. 23. Photo Credits: mitch_groff
  20. 26. ePortfolios for students = “ The portfolio is a laboratory where students construct meaning from their accumulated experience.” - Pearl and Leon Paulson
  21. 28. ePortfolios for teachers = “ An electronic portfolio has the potential tobecome a dynamic celebration of learning that documents a teacher’sprofessional development across his or her career.” - Dr. Helen Barrett
  22. 30. Photo Credits: Dean Shareski
  23. 31. The Power is in the Technology The Power is in the Curriculum The Power is in the Curriculum Scott S. Floyd, M. Ed. White Oak ISD [email_address]

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