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  1. LoTi –Levels of Teaching Innovation Laconia School District Karen M. Switzer – Technology Integration Facilitator February 2010

  2. Survey Participants • 241 Participants • High School, Middle School, WHS, ESS, PSS • Administrators • Classroom teachers • Specialists

  3. LoTi Digital-Age Priorities

  4. LoTi Digital-Age Priorities Digital-Age Priority- highest need: Student Learning and Creativity NETS-T – a teacher is able to: • Promote, support, and model creative and innovative thinking • Engage students in real-world problem solving • Model collaborative learning communities • Support student reflection using a variety of collaborative tools and resources

  5. LoTi Profile • Level 2: Exploration 57% 137 participants Instructional focus emphasizes content understanding; students use digital tools and resources to generate multimedia products that showcase content understanding.

  6. CIP Profile • CIP –Current Instructional Practices ~Intensity Level 4 29% 69 participants • Instructional practices align with a subject-matter based approach to teaching and learning; but students are given expanded options with the content, process and/or products

  7. PCU Profile • PCU - Personal Computer Use –Intensity Level 2 23% 54 participants Little to moderate fluency with using digital tools and resources for student learning; does not feel comfortable using digital tools/resources beyond classroom management.

  8. Teacher Computer Use How often are you (the teacher) using digital tools and resources during the instructional day?

  9. Student Computer Use How often are your students using digital tools and resources during the instructional day?

  10. Years Teaching

  11. Greatest Obstacle

  12. LoTi Observer: