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What’s Next. Future Plans to Keep Moving How do we Finance it All? How do we make it Better? Technology in our District Technology Training Program of Studies Dataseam-Apple Macs/Cancer Research. The average college student today has ………. Over 20,000 hours watching TV

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what s next
What’s Next
  • Future Plans to Keep Moving
  • How do we Finance it All?
  • How do we make it Better?
  • Technology in our District
  • Technology Training
  • Program of Studies
  • Dataseam-Apple Macs/Cancer Research
the average college student today has
The average college student today has ………
  • Over 20,000 hours watching TV
  • Over 200,000 e-mails and instant messages sent
  • Over 10,000 hours talking on cell phones
  • Over 500,000 commercials watched
  • Over 10,000 hours playing video games
  • Maybe - 5000 hours reading.

Marc Prensky

all before they leave school!

and it s not just today s students
And it’s not just today’s students

Tomorrow’s students are even more connected

  • 70% of 4-6 year olds already have used a computer
  • And of those 4-6 year olds
    • 50% play video games
    • 38% can start the computer themselves
    • 40% can load software from a CD

Keep in mind, these children haven’t yet entered first grade.

student expectations
Student Expectations

Today’s Students

  • Have never known “life before the PC”.
  • Spend an average of 12 hours per week online.
  • Are more likely to know their friends’ instant message address than their phone number.
  • Overwhelmingly use the Internet for homework.
    • 98% see knowledge of Internet usage as “key” to their education.
  • View technology access as an education right.
    • 97% say technology access is important for their education.
    • 71% enjoy using technology and learning new ways to use.
students today
Students today
  • Have to “power down” when they get to school.
  • Are used to the instantaneity of hypertext, downloaded music, phones in their pockets, a library on their laptops, beamed messages, and instant messaging.
  • The have no patience for lectures, step-by-step logic, or “tell-test” instruction.

Marc Prensky - 2001

3 types of students in our classrooms today
3 Types of Students in our Classrooms Today
  • Dudley Do-right – Comes to school, sits upright, does all work, and will learn regardless of the situation.
  • Paul “Play School” – Is bored out of his mind, but understands that he has to play the game to get the appropriate credentials that will help him get to college.
  • Eric Entertain Me – This student gets angry when his time is wasted even by entertainment that is not engaging. School is not relevant to his life. This type of student is becoming the “norm” in classrooms across the country.
what basic hardware should a 21 st century classroom have in place
What “basic” hardware should a 21st century classroom have in place?
  • Connectivity
  • Computer Access – moving toward 1:1
  • Projector – mounted
  • Printer or close printer access
  • Electronic presentation device
  • Electronic testing apparatus
  • Multimedia equipment
  • Content-specific hardware
what next
What Next?
  • Plans and Funding
  • Possible other Funding
    • Library-Part/Class Part
    • Building Funds-Attached to Building
    • KETS Funds
    • $50 Million—for new Workstations/Laptops
    • Other Programs/Grants
network upgrades
Network Upgrades
  • Fiber—Lease or Buy
  • Lease $1100-$1400 per month per site
  • Buy-$79,000
  • College-Internet 2
  • State upgrade-10MB
  • Switches- 10/100/1000( Gigabit)
  • 10 MB Network WAN
  • Wireless Access Points
    • 10 WTL/10RGE/10 more HHS
instructional training
Instructional/Training
  • Online Training-Infosource
  • Weekly Training-3:30-5:30 PM
  • School Training-Schedule
  • District Training
  • Teacher Individual Technology Plans
  • Program of Studies
  • Next CATS Testing
great resources
Great Resources
  • Marco Polo
  • KETS Encyclomedia
  • InfoSource
  • Microsoft
  • SharePoint ServicesDoug
  • Training
  • Policies