Integrade Pro Training for Manhattan High School Teachers In partial requirements for IT899 By Ted Dawdy Needs Assessment was given Original Purpose: to provide training for new teachers to Manhattan High School Needs Assessment
Integrade Pro Training for Manhattan High School Teachers
In partial requirements for IT899
Needs Assessment was given
On the first day of school, how would you have rated the following items? If you felt there was no training needed on any of the items circle that as well.
Rate the items with this scale.
1 – I had an immediate need for training
2 – I had a limited knowledge base but unsure of application
3 – I had a good knowledge base and can apply to my teaching position
4 – I felt confident of applying skills to my teaching position
NTN – no training needed.
1. … log into the network.
2. … use the network drives for file storage.
3. … use Groupwise to send and receive emails.
4. … set up Integrade Pro on your computer.
5. … enter grades and setting up spreadsheets on Integrade Pro
6. … enforce school policies.
7. … order materials.
8. … answer messages on the phone system.
9. … follow my teacher contractual responsibilities.
10. … record activities on mylearningplan.com.
Teachers desired training in:
Create Tip Sheet
Implement the email feature of the gradebook software
Created a desktop tip sheet for teachers to have next to their computer.
Created instruction for a 40-minute training session for different features of Integrade Pro
Created 35 Integrade Pro help files on school website
How to print multiple copies per page
How to import from previous gradebooks
Provide a support page of many different features
Found the settings to make the email feature work.
Worked with administration on proper procedures to use the email feature.
With the help of Dr. Childress, created parent permission form.
Created the instruction to help teachers set up the email feature.
Middle school has expressed interest in Integrade Pro training.
Provide the new teacher training in Fall 2006.
Continue to work with administration on using technology to its fullest capacity.