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Teaching in the 21 st Century: The use of contemporary technology in the K-12 classroom and beyond Teach Tec. A Collaboration between University of Arizona and Arizona State University. Teach Tec. T eaching an E nhanced, A dvanced, C ustomized H ands-On T echnology E ducation C ourse.

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A collaboration between university of arizona and arizona state university

Teaching in the 21st Century: The use of contemporary technology in the K-12 classroom and beyondTeach Tec

A Collaboration between University of Arizona and Arizona State University


Teach tec

Teach Tec

Teaching an Enhanced, Advanced, Customized Hands-On Technology Education Course


A collaboration between university of arizona and arizona state university

Website: http://teachtec.arizona.edu


Teach tec1

Teach Tec

Continuing education certificate program

Developed by the University of AZ & AZ State University

Teach K-12 educators

Technology in the classroom

*Project sponsored by the Arizona Board of Regents, the Helios Foundation and Women in Philanthropy, ASU Foundation


The project team

The Project Team

University of Arizona

Arizona State University

Catherine Eden, PhD

Colleen Carmean, PhD

Chris Hiryak, MPA

Linda Hess

  • Gail Barker, PhD

  • Htay Hla

  • Janae Cooley

    Other Contributors

  • Kathryn Coe, PhD

  • Elizabeth Krupinski, PhD

  • Ronald Weinstein, MD


Project background

Project Background

Governor’s Executive Order 2006-07: Building 21st Century Schools

Align schools and education to better meet

Student and teacher needs

Growing technology demands

Prepare teachers to use technology

High impact educational tool

Enhance K – 12 education


Goals

Goals

Learn available technology

Focus on low-cost/no cost, currently available contemporary

Understand the technology

Immediate implementation

How to use the technology

Enhance content delivery


Project deliverables

Project Deliverables

  • Establish hands-on CE certificate course for K-12 educators

  • Evaluate course and initial implementation

  • Evaluate reported use > 4 mths & > 9 mths

  • Assess reported impact on classroom teaching and student learning

  • Develop course sustainability plan

  • *Compare delivery modes

    *added later by TT team


Format

Format

  • Technology introduction

  • Followed by hands-on training

  • Time to explore technologies

  • Group activity to create classroom exercise lesson

  • Post conference – submit individual lesson and course evaluation

    • In-person

    • Remote delivery

    • 12 Continuing education credits


Delivery methods

Delivery Methods

  • In person

  • In-person with videoconferencing

  • Video streaming with Twitter or Neat Chat

  • Webinar


Highlighted technologies

Highlighted Technologies

  • Flip Videos

  • Google Docs

  • Survey Monkey

  • Texting/Classroom Polls

  • Twitter/Neat Chat

  • YouTube/TeacherTube


Flip video

Flip Video

  • Educators received Flip Videos

    • Ease of use, plug & play

    • Software included in device

    • No additional components


Participants and locations

Participants and Locations

477 Educators Attended

  • 7 sessions

    • 50% attended in person

    • 43% attended via video stream

    • 7% attended via webinar

  • ~ 73 Communities

  • ~ 240 Schools


A collaboration between university of arizona and arizona state university

Participating Communities

Ajo

Albuquerque, NM

Apache Junction

Arizona City

Avondale

Benson

Beverly

Buckeye

Cave Creek

Chandler

Chino Valley

Concho

Coolidge

Cortaro

Cottonwood

Dateland

Eagar

El Mirage

Flagstaff

Florence

Fort Defiance

Fountain Hills

Ganado

Gilbert

Glendale

Goodyear

Green Valley

Hereford

Houston, TX

Joseph City

Kayenta

Kingman

Lake Havasu City

Lakeside

Laveen

Litchfield Park


A collaboration between university of arizona and arizona state university

Participating Communities

Mammoth

Maricopa

Mesa

Nutrioso

Palmdale

Paulden

Peoria

Phoenix

Pima

Pinetop

Prescott Valley

Queen Creek

Rio Rico

Sahuarita

Salome

San Tan Valley

Scottsdale

Sedona

Show Low

Sierra Vista

Somerton

St. Michaels

Sun City

Surprise

Taylor

Tempe

Tolleson

Topock

Tuba City

Tucson

Vail

Vernon

Whiteriver

Wickenburg

Window Rock

Youngtown

Yuma


Participant pre survey

Participant Experience Using Technology:

Participant Pre-Survey

Above Average to Experienced11%

Average18%

Little to No Experience71%


A collaboration between university of arizona and arizona state university

The Course


Sessions

Sessions

  • 2009 – 1 two-day session

    • Tucson & Phoenix locations

    • In person/Video conferencing and Video streaming

  • 2010 – 3 one-day sessions

    • 2 sessions in Phoenix, 1 session in Tucson

    • Video streaming for distance audience

  • 2011 – 3 one-day sessions

    • 2 in person sessions in Phoenix

    • 1 session as Webinar

      *4 sessions were 7-9 grade STEM


A collaboration between university of arizona and arizona state university

Initial Results

n = 352


A collaboration between university of arizona and arizona state university

X2 = 31. 54, df = 2, p < 0.001

More than one category could be selected

X2 = 83.88, df = 5, p < 0.0001

Cellphone use & YouTube were the blocked technologies


A collaboration between university of arizona and arizona state university

More than one technology could be selected

X2 = 462, p < 0.0001


A collaboration between university of arizona and arizona state university

p < 0.0001


A collaboration between university of arizona and arizona state university

More than one category could be selected

X2 = 361.35, p < 0.0001


A collaboration between university of arizona and arizona state university

Teacher Comments

  • My students really like using the new technologies. They are more enthusiastic and complete more assignments because they like to use the technology. I was amazed how many papers I received because I allowed the students to use google docs.

  • Students were very happy to have permission to use their cell phones in class. The survey monkey definitely helps with finding out information easily.

  • Students and parents loved the beginning-of-school surveys. The flip camera has been instrumental in giving students feedback on their oral presentations.


A collaboration between university of arizona and arizona state university

Would attend a similar Teach Tec program

p < 0.0001

Would attend an advanced Teach Tec program

p < 0.0001


Conclusion

Conclusion

  • Technology gap between K-12 educators & students

    • 71% initially had little or no experience

  • Educators eager to learn technology

    • Enhanced the classroom experience

  • Reported positive impact on student learning

    • Increase in student participation


Conclusion1

Conclusion

  • Barriers to implementation in some schools/districts

    • YouTube and Cellphone use

  • Hands on training course can be delivered over distance

    • More testing using Webinar

  • $50 threshold for course registration


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http://teachtec.arizona.edu

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