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Nikisha Greer educ 7101- Diffusion and integration of technology in education . THE SMART BOARD. The Smart Board. Stage 1- Area of need . Stage 1- Area of Need. THE WORLD NEEDED INTERACTIVE TECHNOLOGY IN: EDUCATION-THE CLASSROOM BUSINESSES- GROUP MEETINGS GOVERNMENT- PRESENTATIONS

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nikisha greer educ 7101 diffusion and integration of technology in education
Nikisha Greereduc 7101- Diffusion and integration of technology in education

THE SMART BOARD

stage 1 area of need1
Stage 1- Area of Need

THE WORLD NEEDED INTERACTIVE TECHNOLOGY IN:

  • EDUCATION-THE CLASSROOM
  • BUSINESSES- GROUP MEETINGS
  • GOVERNMENT- PRESENTATIONS

ALSO SMARTBOARDS MAKES THE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT STUDENT CENTERED, CREATES AN ACTIVE CLASSROOM, AND DIFFERENTIATES INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL

stage 2 research1
Stage 2- Research
  • David Martin & Nancy Knowlton (started Smart Technologies) in 1987.
  • The first Smart Board was introduced in 1991.
  • Since 1991, over 20 plus Smart Boards have been developed (with new modifications/features)
  • http://www2.smarttech.com/st/en-US/About+Us/Company+Info/milestones.htm
stage 2 research2
Stage 2- Research
  • The Smart Board was designed to meet the display needs in education and in the business world.
  • Corporate Sponsors are Intel Corporation & Apax Partners
stage 3 development1
Stage 3 Development
  • Important components/features of the Smart Board:
  • Touch system
  • Pen tray
  • Digital ink
  • Save function
  • Durable surface
  • Portable or Wall-mounted
  • Smart Ideas mapping-concept software
  • Smart Notebook
  • USB Cable
  • LCD Projector
  • Computer
stage 4 commericialization1
Stage 4 Commericialization
  • Awards of the Smart Board:
  • The Best of InfoComm 2009 FinalistPresented by NEC Display Solutions for SMART Board 685ix interactive whiteboard system
  • Best of 2009 Teachers’ PickPresented by Instructor magazine

The SMART Table was chosen as a Best of 2009 Teachers’ Pick by Instructor magazine, which is one of the most widely read magazines for professional educators in North America. Every product chosen as a Teachers’ Pick was carefully evaluated by teacher testers

  • Best of FOSE 2009Presented by Government Computer News (GCN) for SMART Meeting Pro software
  • The GCN Best of FOSE Awards recognize outstanding and innovative information technology products for government as exhibited during the 2009 FOSE expo in Washington, DC
  • The price of a Smart Board is $1599.00
  • Advertisement for the Smart Board (view link)

http://smarttech.com/EOU/?WT.mc_id=STEdSolEOUVideo

innovation decision process
Innovation Decision Process
  • Stage 1- Knowledge
  • Stage 2- Persuasion
  • Stage 3- Decision
  • Stage 4- Implementation
  • Stage 5- Confirmation
stage 1 knowledge1
Stage 1- Knowledge
  • How a Smart Board functions & the overviews (of the Smart Board & the software):
  • http://www2.smarttech.com/st/en-US/Products/SMART+Boards/Front+projection/600+Series/Video+library.htm
step 2 persuasion
Step 2- Persuasion
  • The benefits of having a Smart Board in your classroom- Making AYP!
  • http://www2.smarttech.com/st/en-US/About+Us/News+Room/Media+Releases/default.htm?guid={1B51B8EE-1752-4916-B8E8-5DAED225A66A}
step 3 decision1
Step 3- Decision
  • Choice to adopt or reject.

Case study websites:

http://education.smarttech.com/NR/rdonlyres/B5E6493F-5C34-4CC4-83E0-4B56A08B33EB/0/KressElementarySchoolCaseStudy.pdf

http://education.smarttech.com/NR/rdonlyres/61891957-3B4C-4A69-AE61-53129B6C2494/0/CustCaseStudyTheBridgeSchool.pdf

stage 4 implementation
Stage 4- Implementation
  • Putting the Smart Board to use.
  • Providing professional developments for all school officials.
  • www.smarttech.com offer online tutorials to avoid paying outside sources to demonstrate the innovation.
  • http://www.youtube.com/SMARTClassrooms#p/a/2C880088FE697B74/1/DjdNPMZJbLs
step 5 confirmation1
Step 5- Confirmation
  • Success of the Smart Board around the world http://www2.smarttech.com/NR/rdonlyres/96CBA199-BD1E-4F70-B5A4-2B1228145913/0/FuturesourceSMART2008.pdf
  • Success with American schools- Making AYP with Smart Products

http://www2.smarttech.com/st/en-US/About+Us/News+Room/Media+Releases/default.htm?guid={1B51B8EE-1752-4916-B8E8-5DAED225A66A}

s curve
S-CURVE
  • The S-Curve , on the next slide, displays the sales and distribution of Smart Boards over the past 6 years. This information is obtained from:

http://www2.smarttech.com/st/en-US/About+Us/News+Room/Media+Releases/default.htm

early adopters
Early Adopters
  • Early adopters of the Smart Board are school board officials, superintendents, teachers, and government officials.
  • Persuasive strategies for adoption are:

Differentiated Instruction

Student Centered Learning environments

Technology Driven Lessons

laggards
Laggards
  • The laggards of the Smart Board are older teachers. Older teachers are resistant to change because they are stuck in their old ways of using chalk boards and grade books.
  • Technology present challenges and they are hesitant to learn from a new teacher.
important attributes
Important Attributes
  • Observability
  • Trialabillity
  • Compatibility
centralized decentralized
Centralized & Decentralized ?
  • Decentralized approach allows innovations to be created based on locally perceived needs and problems.
  • There is a need to create an active classroom; that takes the control from the teacher and involves the student more.
change agents
Change Agents
  • Change agents are experts in educational technology and educational theorist.
  • Change agents 7 roles: allows the change agent to serve as a peer educator, help detect any problems of the innovation, fix the problems, and help persuade the public to adopt the innovation.
critical mass
Critical Mass
  • The adoption of the Smart Board has increased each year.
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