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CESA #9 Enhancing Education Through Technology . Title II D Competitive Grant Program Jayne Werner, Director. CESA #9 Ed Tech Consortium. Shared purpose of increasing the effective use of technology for better teaching and learning

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Cesa 9 enhancing education through technology

CESA #9 Enhancing Education Through Technology

Title II D Competitive Grant Program

Jayne Werner, Director


Cesa 9 ed tech consortium

CESA #9 Ed Tech Consortium

  • Shared purpose of increasing the effective use of technology for better teaching and learning

  • To enrich the work outlined in required district technology plans and ESEA professional development plans

  • To align student-centered needs to generate program outomes


Shared purpose

Shared Purpose

  • ANT,AVW, ELC, LdF, LUHS, MER, MHLT, MOS, NL, NP, PH, PREN, RH, TL, TOM

  • Participate in Grant Planning and Implementation

  • Support data gathering on needs and impact

  • CESA #9 Staff facilitate grant project


Enriching district work

Enriching District Work

  • Initiatives around standards

    • Student, Teacher, Administrators

  • Increasing student achievement

    • What do students need to improve?

  • Professional Development on new technologies

    • What are local priorities?


Student centered

Student-centered

  • The Consortium aligns the program with specific student learning targets

    • Reading comprehension and writing

    • Inquiry-based research

    • Organizing and presenting information

    • Creating technology-rich products


Educational perspective

Educational Perspective

  • Student, Environment, Task, and Technology (SETT)

  • Technology as a tool for learning essential concepts

  • You can integrate technology ineffectively

  • Best practices in instruction and in professional development are keystones to the Ed Tech Grant Program


Keystones quality focus

Keystones – Quality Focus

  • Standards-referenced focus

  • Student outcomes clearly defined

  • Technology use is purposeful and used to enhance teaching and learning

  • Results-based high-quality professional development


Keystones quality tools

Keystones – Quality Tools

  • Intel Train-the-trainer and online resources

  • Online webconferences for collaboration

  • NetTrekker, Thinkfinity – online portals

  • Inspiration, Read/Write/Gold - software

  • Webcameras, headsets, microphones, flashdrives, AlphaSmarts, FlipCameras


Keystones quality prof dev

Keystones- Quality Prof Dev

  • Training on instruction and technology

  • Ongoing collaboration and learning (e.g. Ning)

  • Dissemination of project work with peers

  • Evidence-based reflection on professional growth and impact on student learning

  • Allocation of resources on incentives


Keystones student products

Keystones- Student Products

Student Project Samples

  • Podcasts posted on school website

  • VoiceThreads – global collaboration

  • Digital Storytelling

  • Video Projects – Am History Project


Data from cesa 9 ed tech grants

Data from CESA #9 Ed Tech Grants

  • Teachers increase knowledge and skills in quality instruction

    EXAMPLES

    Doug Buehl – Reading Instruction

    Intel Teach to the Future – Essential Questions

    Grade 8 Tech Literacy – Assessment

    Strategies That Work – research-based techniques for summarizing, organizing, etc


Data from cesa 9 ed tech grants1

Data from CESA #9 Ed Tech Grants

  • Teachers increase effective use of technology to enhance learning

    EXAMPLES

    Inspire student engagement and creativity

    Design technology-rich learning experiences

    Model digital-age work and learning

    Collaborate and grow as tech leaders


Data from cesa 9 ed tech grants2

Data from CESA #9 Ed Tech Grants

  • Students use technology and increase classroom academic performance


Data from cesa 9 ed tech grants3

Data from CESA #9 Ed Tech Grants

  • Students use technology and increase classroom academic performance

    By design, the grant process uses assessment methods (performance tasks with criteria for scoring, pre/post measures, student self-assessment ) to show growth in academic achievement


Technology consortium planning group arra

Technology Consortium Planning Group - ARRA

  • 21st Century Learners and the Teachers and Administrators that can provide education communities

  • Learning environments

  • Technology Impact

  • Results-based Professional Development


Future of district support

Future of District Support

  • ARRA funding through 2011

  • Student outcomes clearly defined

  • Original Ed Tech reduced by 2/3 for 2010-11

  • Unknown funding beyond 2011

    Is there a need to continue (or expand) a technology-basedConsortium?


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