technology rollout plan n.
Skip this Video
Loading SlideShow in 5 Seconds..
Technology Rollout Plan PowerPoint Presentation
Download Presentation
Technology Rollout Plan

Loading in 2 Seconds...

play fullscreen
1 / 26

Technology Rollout Plan - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

  • Uploaded on

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….

I am the owner, or an agent authorized to act on behalf of the owner, of the copyrighted work described.
Download Presentation

PowerPoint Slideshow about 'Technology Rollout Plan' - brody

An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript
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.”


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
  • 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





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





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