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De Smet Jesuit High School TABLET PC PROGRAM JSEA Colloquium 2007 June 26, 2007. Philosophy of Technology. View technology as a “tool” How is student learning enhanced? No “single” right answer Part of the bigger picture Your fears are true, but …. History of the Tablet PC Program.

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De Smet Jesuit High School

TABLET PC PROGRAM

JSEA Colloquium 2007

June 26, 2007


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Philosophy of Technology

  • View technology as a “tool”

  • How is student learning enhanced?

  • No “single” right answer

  • Part of the bigger picture

  • Your fears are true, but …


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History of the Tablet PC Program

  • Context at De Smet in 2003

  • Faculty oriented decision

  • No to laptops?

  • Advantages of the tablet PC

  • Not a question of if, but when…

  • Partnerships with HP and Microsoft


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Curriculum Applications

  • “Hybrid” scheduling, technology and the IPP

  • A new literacy

  • The curriculum must guide the technology (Backward Design)

  • Information and organization


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Preparation of Faculty in 2004-05

  • Evaluate areas of need

  • Identify groups based on competencies

  • Make TIME for formal training

  • Identify who is responsible for staff development in technology

  • Provide time to share

  • Ongoing staff development

  • Assess where we are


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Freshmen Computer/Study Curriculum

  • What skills do they need?

  • Use backward design to identify outcomes

  • Structure & schedule of the course

  • Course content:

    • Organization (OneNote)

    • Note taking and study skills

    • Communication

    • Preparation for a technology rich world

    • Ethical use of technology


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Web Based Resources

  • Electronic grading (FAWeb)

  • Parent & student access to grades (NetClassroom)

  • Online access to files and documents

  • Submit and grade student work online (Sharepoint)

  • Library resources online

  • Scheduling parent-teacher conferences

  • Course selection


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Network & Wireless Access

  • Network

  • Hardware

  • IT staff

  • Wireless access

  • School Costs

  • Student Costs

  • Saving to the network


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Technical Support

  • Service agreement

  • Accidental damage policy

  • Loaner program

  • Summer re-imaging & repair


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Appropriate Use, Security and Safety

  • Computer use during the day must support education

  • Signed “Acceptable Use Agreement”

  • Programs for tracking use and filtering sites

  • Activities banned during the school day


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DISCUSSION

QUESTIONS


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