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integrating the ohio academic content standards for technology into the delaware city schools

Integrating the Ohio Academic Content Standards for Technology into the Delaware City Schools

Bob Claymier

District Technology Center

Delaware, Ohio

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Purpose of Standards

  • Provide a set of clear and rigorous expectations.
  • Provide clarity to Ohio teachers of what content and skills should be taught at each grade-level.
  • However, how the material will be taught is a local school district decision.
slide3

View of the Standards

  • A minimum level; e.g., least amount necessary to survive.

~vs~

  • What students deserve; e.g., needed for full, successful daily and work life and options open.
slide4

Ohio Senate Bill 1

Mandates that the State Board of Education adopt content standards that “specify the academic content and skills that students are expected to know and be able to do at each grade level.”

  • link to Senate Bill 1 and Bill Analysis
  • http://www.legislature.state.oh.us/bills.cfm?ID=124_SB_1
  • Sec. 3301.079
  • June 12, 2001
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Process for Developing Academic Content Standards

  • Assemble an Advisory Committee
  • Identify Writing Team
  • Compile Resources to Draft Standards, Benchmarks and Indicators
  • Convene Writing Team
  • Seek Focused Input
  • Engage the Public
  • Revise Draft Standards & Benchmarks
  • Adoption of Academic Content Standards by the State Board of Education
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No Child Left Behind

ESEA/NCLB

  • All students will become technology literate by the end of 8th grade.

Ohio

  • Basic skills, introductory and foundation level courses taught by the end of 8th grade.
  • No Statewide Tech Achievement Test
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Overarching Themes

COMPUTER LITERACY

INFORMATION LITERACY

TECHNOLOGICAL LITERACY

Technology ACSCross-Standard Connections

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Standards Framework

Standard

Benchmark

Grade-Level Indicators

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Ohio K-12 Technology Standards

  • Nature of Technology
  • Technology and Society Interaction
  • Technology for Productivity Applications
  • Technology and Communication Applications
  • Technology and Information Literacy
  • Design
  • Designed World
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# 1: Nature of Technology

Technology extends human potential by allowing people to do things more efficiently than they would otherwise be able to do.

  • Characteristics
  • Systems
  • Processes
  • Devices
  • Connections to other fields
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#2: Technology & Society

Interactions among technology, society, and the environment to form foundation for responsible and ethical use

  • Citizenship
  • Environment
  • History
  • Intellectual Property
  • Acceptable Use
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# 3: Technology & Productivity

Use appropriate tools and technology resources to complete tasks and solve problems.

  • Basic Concepts & Operations
  • Problem-solving Tools
  • Productivity Tools
  • Selecting the Appropriate Tool for the Need
  • Curricular Connections
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#4: Technology & Communication

Communicate with multiple audiences, acquire and disseminate information

  • Media Formats
  • Design Elements
  • Multimedia Applications
  • Publication
  • Evaluationof Media
  • Electronic Communications
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# 5: Technology & Info Literacy

Information literacy, Internet use, and technology tools to answer questions and expand knowledge.

  • Understanding Information
  • Primary/Secondary Sources
  • Internet Concepts
  • Searching
  • Web Site Evaluation
  • Research Model
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#6: Design

Nature of engineered design, role of engineering and design assessment.

  • Technical Problem-solving
  • Technical Communication
  • Innovation and Invention
  • Design Process
  • Research and Development
  • Testing the Solution
  • Technology Transfer
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# 7: Designed World

Physical, informational and bio-related technological systems

  • Energy and Power
  • Transportation
  • Manufacturing
  • Construction
  • Information and Communication
  • Medical
  • Agriculture and Related Biotechnologies
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Next Steps:Technology Curriculum Model

  • 6/2005 Anticipated Adoption (Set 1)
  • CM Advisory and Writing Teams
  • Exemplary Technology Model Lessons
    • Web-based
    • Field-tested/Pilot Sites
  • Interdisciplinary Lessons & Best Practices
    • Technology connections to other academic content standards
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Ohio’s Technology Academic Content Standards online:

http://www.ode.state.oh.us/academic_content_standards/

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The value of technology education in the elementary schools

  • Fosters investigating, creating, planning, making, testing, improving, evaluating
  • Encourages group interaction and cooperation, perseverance, resourcefulness, divergence, self esteem
  • Involves reflective thinking and purposeful doing

- Children Designing & Engineering

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The value of technology education in the elementary schools

  • Builds upon the prior knowledge and experience of all students
  • Exercises a student’s right/need to fail and learn from failures
  • Learning within meaningful activities is more productive, especially for girls
  • Students gain more abstract knowledge

- Children Designing & Engineering

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The value of technology education in the elementary schools

  • Develops cross-curricular learning in primary school
  • Students and teachers can learn project management skills
  • Teachers can reconstruct their knowledge of science and math

- Children Designing & Engineering

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The value of technology education in the elementary schools

  • Opportunities are present for higher order thinking and problem solving skills
  • Improvement in students’ technical vocabulary
  • Has obvious links with math
  • Valerie Wilson and Marlene Harris
  • Journal of Technology Education Vol. 15 No. 2, Spring 2004
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Mission Statement For the

Delaware City Schools

To develop a technologically literate

and capable student population.

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A technologically literate student:

  • Can use, manage, and understand technology
  • Uses a systems-oriented approach to solving technological problems
  • Will make successful contributions to a changing workplace
  • Will make wise choices as consumers
  • Will become informed citizens in our democracy
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A technologically literate student:

  • Employs problem solving skills using the design loop model
  • Becomes an efficient technical reader, writer, communicator
  • is capable of designing and producing products and systems
slide27

A technologically literate student:

  • Uses, manages, and assesses the impacts and
    • consequences of technology
  • Understands the nature and history of technology
  • Makes connections between technology and other fields
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Strategies for Teachers

  • Integrate technology skills, processes, and knowledge into the regular curriculum.
  • Use the design loop model to teach problem solving
  • Create lessons based on real-world problems
  • Obtain insight into future employees needs from local businesses and industry
  • Increase student awareness of the impact/history of technology
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Implementing the Technology Standards

Into Grades K – 8

Technology Resources Collaborative

Constituents:

  • Information Literacy (Library Media Specialist)
  • Computer/Multimedia Literacy (Ed Tech Spec)
  • Technological Literacy (Tech Ed Coordinator)
  • Purpose:
  • Assist in district lesson studies
  • Provide guidance for tech standards integration
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Implementing the Technology Standards

Into Grades K – 8

  • T3’s (Technology Teacher Trainers)
  • Professional Development opportunities
    • before/after school
    • common planning time for teams, departments
    • summer workshops
  • Tech ed resources database, web sites (in CD)
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Examples of Elementary Tech Ed Activities

Kindergarten

Paper Engineering

Habitat Mobile

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Examples of Elementary Tech Ed Activities

First Grade

Wind Powered Boats

Magnetic Toys

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Examples of Elementary Tech Ed Activities

Second Grade

One-String Guitar

Sun Clock

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Examples of Elementary Tech Ed Activities

Third Grade

Design an Insect

Native American

Technology

Folktale Technology

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Examples of Elementary Tech Ed Activities

Fourth Grade

Weather Instruments

Balloon Cars

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Examples of Elementary Tech Ed Activities

Fifth Grade

Cold Weather Shelters

Electronic Food Webs

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Examples of Elementary Tech Ed Activities

Sixth Grade

Wind Powered Generators

Geometric Shapes

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Examples of Elementary Tech Ed Activities

Seventh Grade

Environmental Impacts

Solar Cookers

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Examples of Elementary Tech Ed Activities

Eighth Grade

Earthquake proof structures

3D Modeling Software

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Elementary Tech Ed Resources

  • ITEAwww.iteawww.org
  • 2. TIES Magazinehttp://www.tiesmagazine.org/
  • 3. Children Designing and Engineeringhttp://www.childrendesigning.org/home.html
  • 4. Technology and Children Magazine
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Elementary Tech Ed Resources

5. ICON Innovation Curriculum Online Networkhttp://icontechlit.enc.org/

6. James Kirkwood, Ball State University http://www.cs.bsu.edu/homepages/kirkwood/

7. Children’s Engineering Educators http://www.childrensengineering.com/

8. Schools-Planet Publishing

www.schools-planet.com

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Bob Claymier

District Technology Center

Delaware City Schools

621 Pennsylvania Avenue

Delaware, Ohio 43015

Ph: 740-833-1856

[email protected]

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