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Transforming Classrooms into Digital Learning Environments. Our Students are Digital “Natives”. 2 billion songs per month downloaded 3 billion text messages per month Four new roles Digital Pioneers Creative producers Everyday communicators Information gatherers.

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    1. Transforming Classrooms into Digital Learning Environments

    2. Our Students are Digital “Natives” • 2 billion songs per month downloaded • 3 billion text messages per month • Four new roles • Digital Pioneers • Creative producers • Everyday communicators • Information gatherers

    3. Research on 21st Century Learning Financial Literacy Health/Environment Citizenship Global Awareness

    4. No Child Left Behind •Requires that by 2006 all students in grade 8 must be technologically literate. •Florida uses the National Education Technology Standards for Teachers and Students to define ‘technologically literate.’

    5. Instructional Technology Plan • Bridging the gap between how students live • and how they learnin school Approved 4/04

    6. New Learning Environment

    7. Main

    8. Principal Leadership • Provides vision and support • Professional development • DETA/Administrators • Aligned to HRD leadership program

    9. Technical Support • District-based • Technology infrastructure • System support • School-based • Day to day operations

    10. Professional Development • Assessing teacher needs (ITTS Tool) • Entry level skill development • Video tutorials • Hands-On workshops • Intermediate level • Digital Education Teacher Academy • Advanced • Peer Coaching • Project based learning Goal: Move from entry to intermediate to advanced integration

    11. Model the Digital Learning Process (1-to-1) • Student laptops • Continuous staff development • New instructional strategies • School-wide wireless network • Technical Support • Leadership, school/district • Outside evaluation

    12. Student Technology Refresh Emerged from 1:1 evaluation findings • Leased - 1:6 ratio (laptops/students) in all schools • – Carts of Wireless laptops • – 30,000 Macintosh • – 10,000 Dell • – Access Points • – Servers • – Printers • Removal of old equipment • Professional Development

    13. Digital Classroom Tools • New educational specifications • Affects new schools/classrooms • 05-06 - wireless carts • 06-07 - video projectors/carts • 07-08 - TBA • 08-09 - TBA • 09-10 - TBA

    14. Curriculum & Instructional Electronic Resources (BEEP) • Single sign on access to resources, online textbooks • Teacher tools, lesson plans, unit plans • Student portal in development http://beep.browardschools.com

    15. Project-Based Learning • Global Learning Initiative throughDigital Education for students • 4 pilot school locations in 2006 • Added 5 schools in 2007 • EETT Grant • 27 more schools in 2008-09

    16. G.L.I.D.E.S. Global Learning Initiative through Digital Education for Students Emphasis is on project-based learning: student collaboration, technology integration, research and assessment through alternative methods. 4 schools participated in the initial project: • Pompano Beach High • Miramar High • Indian Ridge Middle • Nob Hill Elementary Culminating presentations provided opportunity for students to show and share what they have learned.

    17. High School juniors and seniors have taken the Career Network to the Great Wall of China. This project provided students with real-world career skills and experience as students develop a business plan of International economics to enter into the Chinese marketplace. Students show how an understanding of Chinese culture impacts business acumen. G.L.I.D.E.S. Global Learning Initiative through Digital Education for Students Pompano Beach High School Goes to the Great Wall of China Wednesday, May 10, 2006

    18. G.L.I.D.E.S. Pompano Beach High PBHS Goes to the Great Wall of China

    19. Teacher/Student Recognition Program (VTRP) Reward “best practices” Share “best practices” through BEEP Remind community of our commitment to digital education

    20. Digital Students share their work!