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Technology Rollout Plan. May 2013 Update. Implementation & Integration. Tonight’s Agenda. Technology Vision – A Path Forward Mission Statement and Goal Review of May 2012 Meeting Progress Report (May until Now ) Roll Out Plan. T echn olo gy Vision – A Path Forward….

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technology rollout plan

Technology Rollout Plan

May 2013 Update

Implementation & Integration

tonight s agenda
Tonight’s Agenda
  • Technology Vision – A Path Forward
  • Mission Statement and Goal
  • Review of May 2012 Meeting
  • Progress Report (May until Now)
  • Roll Out Plan
t echn olo gy vision a path forward
Technology Vision – A Path Forward…

Mission Statement:

“St. Cyril of Jerusalem is committed to the empowerment of our students, faculty and parents through the use of traditional learning tools and technology.”

Goal:

Continuous improvement through better planning, execution and communication

review of may 2012 meeting
Review of May 2012 Meeting

Information Session

  • Explored programs at other schools
  • Guest speaker shared her school iPad program
  • Discussed starting One-to-One Program at St. Cyril

Survey Went Out

  • Captured opinions of the families
progress report may 2012 to now
Progress Report: May 2012 to Now

A lot has been accomplished:

  • 10 Mbps broadband internet connectivity has been cabled and activated throughout the school
  • 16 Wi-Fi secure access points have been installed
  • 80 student iPadshave been purchased, configured, and are actively being used
  • Staff members have participated in 60+ hours of professional development on curriculum integration and technology strategies in the classroom
  • Applications that support learning are being vetted and incorporated in grades K – 8

This is just the beginning….

addressed the problems
Addressed the Problems
  • Examples:
    • Conflict between DWP and the Internet Service Providers prevented the acquisition of increased broadband
    • Broadband connectivity increases were required to support the schools needs.
    • This took longer due to city permitting issues.
    • Broadband connectivity was finally installed in December 2012
march 2013 status report
March 2013 Status Report
  • Wireless access up and running around campus
  • 80 student iPads on 2 separate carts are being used daily in classrooms
  • Continuous coaching for teachers on effective integration and implementation of technology
  • Dependable connectivity has expanded the use of Smartboards in classrooms
  • There is still more to do…
tech integration and implementation team
Tech Integration and Implementation Team

Formed and actively meeting:

  • Chair: Patrick Desbrow, V.P. of Tech, MSTM, Ed.D., Parent
  • Advisor: Patrick Lynch, Marymount H.S. Director of Tech
  • Teachers: Eva Cohen, RechellePavel, Lisa Zimmerman
  • Vito Maria – President of School Board, Parent
  • Jim Robertson – Vice President of School Board, Parent
  • Sean Carmody – School Board Member, Parent
  • Adrienne Ryan – President of PVC
  • Maria Cavaluzzi – Vice President of PVC
  • Kendra Elliott – Secretary of PVC
  • Patty Casey – Ph.D. in Ed, School Board Member, Parent
  • Elaine Rodriquez – Parent and Teacher
  • Administration – Angelica Pugliese and Marilyn Kadzielski
moving into a new phase
Moving into a new phase
  • Comprehensive Plan:
    • Project plan for the rollout
    • Communication presentations for the rollout
    • Orientation sessions for parents
    • A new page on the school web site
    • Ongoing professional development and coaching
    • Application selection plan for every grade level
    • Upgrades to the resource center/lab
    • Financial updates
    • Comparisons to other schools in our area
    • Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
communication plan
Communication Plan

Maintaining Open Dialogue

  • Parent Orientation Sessions
  • Regular Briefings at PVC meetings
  • Family Letter Updates
  • Progress Reports
    • Teacher Professional Development
    • Technology Usage
    • Financial Updates
  • techinfo@stcyril.net
  • All available at your finger tips via …

Answers available at your finger tips…

st cyril of jerusalem technology report card january april 2013
St. Cyril of Jerusalem Technology Report Card January – April, 2013

SPECIAL PROJECTS

IPAD CARTS

COMPUTER LAB

INFRASTRUCTURE

st cyril of jerusalem technology report card may june 2013
St. Cyril of Jerusalem Technology Report Card May - June, 2013

SPECIAL PROJECTS

IPAD CARTS

COMPUTER LAB

INFRASTRUCTURE

professional development coaching
Professional Development/Coaching
    • August 23, 2012 (21st Century Learning)
    • August 24, 2012 (21st Century Learning)
    • Sept 14, 2012 (iPad for Learning)
    • February 15, 2013 (Ed. Tech in the Classroom)
    • March 1, 2013 (Ed. Tech in the Classroom)
    • March 18, 2013 (Ed. Tech in the Classroom)
    • April 19, 2013 (Ed. Tech in the Classroom)
    • April 26, 2013 (Ed. Tech in the Classroom)
    • May 17, 2013 (Ed. Tech in the Classroom)
    • June 17-21, 2013 (Summer Institute of Technology)
    • August 12-16, 2013 (Summer Institute of Technology)
  • Teachers are integrating technology in the classrooms based on lessons learned, and
  • they are loving it!
technology integration
Technology Integration
  • Description of the Process
    • A major focus in the classroom this year is integrating
    • technology in the curriculum to further learning
    • From Smart-Phones to iPads to Smart-Boards, teachers are turning tools of technology into instruments of education.
    • Teachers are able to create visually stimulating and engaging PowerPoint presentations
      • Connect them to the content
      • Make abstract concepts concrete and tangible
  • Smart-Board Technology
    • It is like a giant dry-erase board and iPad all-in-one.
    • A fantastic teaching and learning tool typically used on a daily basis in many classrooms.
technology integration2
Technology Integration
  • Application Evaluation Process
    • Review current academic research
    • Research success stories from other other schools
    • Apply scoring based on application quality, cost and ability to support the curriculum and balance the learning
    • Pilot the best applications in the classroom
    • Inventory applications for each grade level
  • New Application by Grade Level (sample)
    • CORE APPS (School Wide): Educreation, Popplet, Screencasting, Edmodo
    • Primary Grades (K, 1, 2): Toontastic, Harper Collins, Phonics Vowels, Memory!, ABC Touch
    • Middle Elementary (3, 4, 5): Trading Cards, Tap Quiz Maps, Splash Math
    • Junior High (6, 7, 8): Google Sketchup, QR, History Channel, The Revolution
technology integration4
Technology Integration
  • 8th Grade Examples:
    • Student teams worked together to created six brand new government states.
      • They needed to figure out names, flags, laws to govern the people and someone to represent them.
      • Once they have elected a representative, those 6 special people discussed and debated and decided on the laws that will govern all 6 United States.
      • They used Keynote to work together on a unified team presentation all on their iPad tablets.
      • This is real life collaboration.
    • Student also learning to use the tablets as a research tool
    • Students used the iPad as a resource to find selections of The History Channel’s “The Story of the U.S.” to gain a very accurate historical view of America through the Revolutionary War.
technology integration5
Technology Integration
  • 7th Grade Examples:
    • Students learn how to create their own Quick Response (QR) codes and integrate them into their own projects.
    • Students are also using PowerPoint and Keynote to create digital presentations in Social Studies
    • Using the “Screencasting” application, student create their own sentences diagraming lessons will multiple parts of speech and multiple parts of a sentence.
    • During the 2012 election season, students were introduced to the concept of polling.
technology integration7
Technology Integration
  • 6th Grade Examples:
    • Students create graphic organizers for literary terms that have been presented in class.
    • They use an iPad app called Poppletwhich allows students to connect ideas and information.
    • Students provide evidence of the literary terms. They add visual aids (pictures) to enhance the overall presentation.
    • In Grammar students are using interactive Smart-Board lessons to demonstrate their knowledge and understanding of pronouns.
    • “They can hardly contain themselves! Seriously...they are jumping out of their seats to get to the board and show what they know.”
frequently asked questions
Frequently Asked Questions
  • Organized into Categories
    • Implementation
    • School / Apple Store
    • Classroom
    • Applications
    • Financials