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Digital Learning Environments. The Box Is Not the Solution…. Planning & Professional Development ARE !. Lloyd Spruill, Knowledge Network Solutions. 21 st Century Work Skills!. What do our students need to compete in a Global Knowledge Based Economy?.

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Digital Learning Environments

The Box Is Not the Solution…

Planning & Professional

Development ARE!

Lloyd Spruill, Knowledge Network Solutions


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21st Century Work Skills!

What do our students need to compete in a Global Knowledge Based Economy?

  • Critical Thinking & Problem Solving Skills to Organize, Analyze, Synthesize and Evaluate

  • Research and Communication Skills

  • Project based curriculum with Global Awareness for Relevant Learning

  • Ability and Opportunity to Collaborate

  • Ubiquitous Computing – 24/7


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Check Points for Successful Technology Integration

Services You Must Consider

Planning

Professional

Development

Financing

  • Review Existing

    Budgetary

    Resources

  • Grants

  • Leases

  • Bond

    Initiatives

  • Plan to bridge

    delta

  • Faculty-Technology

  • Integration

  • Admin-Technology

  • Integration and evaluation

  • Students - Effective relevant use in and out of the classroom

  • Online PD

  • Onsite PD

  • Virtual PD

  • Continuous PD

  • Initial Scope of Objectives

  • Assess Results

    and Goals

  • Curriculum

    Assessment

  • Infrastructure

    Assessment

  • Tech Planning

  • Instructional

    Technology

    Planning

  • Prof Dev

    Planning

  • Rollout plan


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Administrative

Address Three Critical Success Factors

For Technology Integration in Education

Instructional

  • 1. Infrastructure

  • Ensure the technology is right for the need

    • Hardware

    • Software

    • Connectivity

3. Support

Ensure the right level of support is built in at the right levels

  • On-going Mentor support

  • Help Desk

  • Technical

    • IT administration, students, faculty

  • Funding

  • Warranty

  • Repair

Technology Planning

3. Support

1.Infrastructure

2. Professional

Development

  • 2. Professional Development

  • Ensure end-users have the ability to maximize the technology and integrate it into their work

    • Teachers

    • Students

    • Administration

Technology Planning

Without an executable plan and a solid foundation, your stool will fall down.


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Changing Teaching & Learning!

David Thornburg, Technology Education:

Expectations Not Options, May 2004


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Transitions Occurring in Education!

Source: International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) NETS Project,

National Educational Technology Standards for Students, June 1998, p. 2.


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Technology Bottleneck

Teachers Use of Technology

Student Achievement

Technology

Professional Development

eliminates this bottleneck


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NETS-S: The Next Generation

  • Creativity and Innovation

  • Communication and Collaboration

  • Research and Information Fluency

  • Critical Thinking, Problem-Solving & Decision-Making

  • Digital Citizenship

  • Technology Operations and Concepts


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© 2009 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained here in is subject to change without notice


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TITLE BUILD 1,2,3 - Technology Integration for Teaching and Learning in Education

  • Setting the Stage: Project-Based Learning and Technology Integration for K-12 Curricula Windows XP:/Vista Operating System and File Management for the Classroom

  • Collaboration and the Writing Process for Project-based Learning Using Microsoft Word

  • Improving Critical Thinking Using Databases: Collecting, Organizing, Analyzing and Reporting Information with Microsoft Excel as a Database Tool

  • Applying Inquiry Learning to Organize, Calculate, and Display Data for Project-based Learning Using Microsoft Excel as a Spreadsheet Tool

  • Synthesis and Communication - Key Aspects of Project-based Learning: Synthesizing and Communicating Information Using Microsoft PowerPoint


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Products from Microsoft for TITLE – EXPAND and they’re FREE!

  • Learning Essentials

  • Photosynth

  • Virtual Earth

  • World Wide Telescope

  • Office Live Workspace

  • Live Mesh

  • Semblio

  • SkyDrive


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Purchased Products for TITLE EXPAND

  • Windows Vista Ultimate

  • Microsoft Office Professional 2007

  • Microsoft OneNote

  • MS SharePoint

  • Windows 7 (coming in 2010)

  • Microsoft Math

  • Microsoft Zune

  • Microsoft Office Education Edition (coming in 2010)


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Adobe Products for TITLE-CREATE


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What good are products, free or purchased, if teachers don’t know how to integrate them into their curriculum?!


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HP – K12 Professional Development: Orient/Integrate/Deliver/Collaborate

(c) Copy Right Knowledge Network Solutions, Inc.


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Delivery Methods Orient/Integrate/Deliver/Collaborate

  • Instructor-led from HP/KNS

    • “Live” – 6 hrs. of hands-on instruction

    • Virtual – “live-on-line” – 2 hr. seminars

    • Use in-service days or pay subs for teachers

    • Summer boot camp with a carrot

  • Train-the-Educator

    • Build capacity in the district with Lead Teachers or PD staff

    • Work with teachers during planning periods, before and after school

  • On-going Mentor support

  • Self-paced Online – Atomic Learning


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A Technology Integration Project Orient/Integrate/Deliver/Collaborate

Building a Kaleidoscope: A Constructivist Approach to Learning for Project-based Learning


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  • Effective Planning Orient/Integrate/Deliver/Collaborate

  • Solid unit/lesson plan directed at Standards-Based learning

  • Activities which focus on the student as the Active Engaged Learner

  • Technology as a tool for learning and an integral part of lesson that should not be isolated from the academic curriculum.

  • Subject Area(s)

  • Outcome

  • Academic Standards

  • Technology Standards

  • Teacher-Led Activities

  • Student-Centered Activities

  • Resources Needed

  • Student Assessment Strategy


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Sample of Standards-based, Student Centered Activities Orient/Integrate/Deliver/Collaborate

  • Building a Kaleidoscope

  • Building Vocabulary

  • Geometric Shape Tally

  • Student essay


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How Is a Kaleidoscope Like a Good Learning Plan for Kids? Orient/Integrate/Deliver/Collaborate

  • Write Your Ideas Using Journal, Word, or OneNote

  • Ever changing

  • Need light for true illumination

  • Parts must work in conjunction with each other

  • All parts must be relevant

  • Need to reflect on all the parts to make a connection


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We as educators must prepare students for their future, not for our past; therefore, we much change the way we teach.

  • Student-centered

  • Project-based , addressing the standards

  • Technology-Rich

  • Collaborative


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Lloyd Spruill for our past; therefore, we much change the way we teach.

Vice President K-20 Education

Knowledge Network Solutions, Inc.

HP and Microsoft Partner

[email protected]

919-931-5505 – Mobile

919-676-7260 - Office

Thank You!


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