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1 to-1 is not enough tc

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Describes the aspects of 1:1 learning and how it is so much more than the number of computers per student

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1 to-1 is not enough tc

  1. 1. Dr. Leigh Zeitz University of Northern Iowa Drzreflects.com zeitz@ uni.edu
  2. 2. Is NOT about Hardware Is NOT about Software IS about Kidware!
  3. 3. Research reviewed 996 1:1 learning environments
  4. 4. 2010 – 2011 42 Districts 2011 – 2012 100 Districts 2012 – 2013 176 Districts 351 School Districts in Iowa
  5. 5.         Goals and Objectives Financial Planning Procurement End-User Support Curriculum Integration Marketing and Communication Faculty Development Infrastructure Development
  6. 6. Flickr.com/soopahgrover ≠ Flickr.com/jsim93
  7. 7. Cognitive Tools Thesituationist.wordpress.com Engagers droberton.wordpress.com
  8. 8. Janae (UCEA Castle)
  9. 9.  Teachers  Curriculum  Teachers  Leadership  Teachers  Environment  Teachers
  10. 10. Teacher Lead But Student Driven
  11. 11.  Control HOW/WHEN tech is used.  Adapt materials to incorporate 1:1  Emphasize ProjectBased Learning
  12. 12.  Learner-Centered  Teacher Lead and Student Driven  Knowledge-Centered  Sense-making and Deep Understanding  Assessment-Centered  Formative or Summative.  Community-Centered  Focus on What is Being Learn r/t What is Being Taught.
  13. 13.  Students can complete complex tasks  Tech is a tool with many applications  There IS high quality info on the Web  Will use technology appropriately  Expectations changed after seeing how skilled students used technology
  14. 14.  Entry  Delivers Curriculum - PowerPoint  Adoption  Directs students in procedural tech tool use  Adaptation  Facilitates students exploring tech tool use  Infusion  Teach provides context, students select tools  Transformation  Tech tools used for HOTS. Achieve new things ACOT
  15. 15.  Active  Actively engaged in using tech as a tool  Collaborative  Use tech to collaborate with others  Constructive  Use tech to connect new info w/prior knowledge  Authentic  Use tech to link learning to real world  Goal Directed  Use tech to set goals, plan activities, monitor progress
  16. 16.  Change doesn’t happen without PD  Teachers, Principals, Administrators, EVERYONE Different Forms and On-going  Teach how to teach with technology  ISTE NETS for Tech Coaches  Develop Student-Centeredness  Gen YES   Student provide the support
  17. 17. Little evidence that TECHNOLOGY makes a difference in scholastic achievement.
  18. 18.  Maine  After 5 years: Little effect  Writing up 3.4 points out of 80 points  Michigan  4 higher, 3 lower, 1 no difference  Texas  Math slightly higher  Reading the same  Writing slightly lower.
  19. 19.  Uniform integration of tech  Teacher learning and collaboration (monthly)  Use technology DAILY for online collaboration and cooperative learning
  20. 20. Orchestrated Immersion  Complex, interactive experiences Relaxed Alertness  Safe and highly-challenging environment Active Processing  internalize info by actively processing it
  21. 21. Collecting data is important, but more important is collecting stories.
  22. 22. “Differentiated in genuine ways for all students, with teachers who gather and mine just-in-time data. Further, teachers, students, and parents use technology every day to collaborate about what to do next in their collective pursuit of learning.” (Weston & Bain 2010)
  23. 23. “Each student and teacher would struggle to see the relevance of such a question, because computers have become integrated in what they do.” (Weston & Bain 2010)
  24. 24. We must teach our students for their tomorrows, NOT our yesterdays.

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