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Standards that stand up. Montana DOE February 22, 2008 Doug Johnson doug0077@gmail.com. After. Before. After. Resources. https://dougjohnson.wikispaces.com/ Also link from MDOE Moodle.

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    1. Standards that stand up Montana DOE February 22, 2008 Doug Johnson doug0077@gmail.com

    2. After Before After

    3. Resources https://dougjohnson.wikispaces.com/ Also link from MDOE Moodle

    4. … children in one set of schools are educated to be governors; children in the other set of schools are trained for being governed. Kozol, 1991 3 R’s Rote Restraint Regurgitation 7 C’s Creativity Collaboration Critical thinking Communication Constructivism Computers Caring Three drivers for me

    5. Three drivers for me Can someone overseas do it cheaper? Can a computer do it faster? Am I offering something that satisfies the nonmaterial, transcendent desires of an abundant age? Pink - Whole New Mind, 2005 Michael Graves

    6. OccupationsTruck driverPhysicianPiano playerFarmerBankerSalespersonSmall business ownerMechanicArchitectCustodian Three drivers for me

    7. On the farm of today… • GPS driven tractors • Cattle retinal scans • Genetics databases • Robotic tomato pickers From 20 to 400 acres on a "good day" over past 20 years

    8. Society is demanding that everyone has info and tech literacy skills

    9. My experience with standards • Wrote ISD77 IL/IT curriculum with benchmarks. ‘95 • Co-wrote “Computer Skills for Information Problem-Solving” ‘96, ‘02 • Co-wrote MEMO’s Standards for “Information and Technology Literacy” ‘04 • Advised on AASL and ISTE NETS standards, ‘98, ‘07

    10. ISD77 experience • traditional library skills taught - in isolation • technology skills - without application • electronic research skills - not enough • ethical use - citing sources • few critical reading and viewing skills - why? • skill attainment documentation- uncertain, disorganized, and unreported

    11. ISD77 experience - final • Information processing skills • Higher-level thinking and problem-solving • Related to classroom curriculum • Authentically assessed • Applied - meaningful • Final products using a variety of media and formats • Meet tech skill competencies • Applied use of technology • All students - documented

    12. Identify current skills ISD77 process Identify an information process Group skills within the process Identify curricular area for integration Brainstorm projects Identify resources Develop assessment tools Develop record keeping system

    13. 1) Define the need for information 1.1 Define the task 1.2 Identify the information needed Preventing plagiarism starts here! The Big6

    14. 3) Locate and access the information 3.1 Locate sources 3.2 Find information within the sources The Big6

    15. Traditional Card catalog Index Reader’s Guide Scanning and skimming Table of contents Technology enabled Online catalog (multiple libraries) Boolean searching Search engines Online databases Find command Location and access skills

    16. 4) Use information 4.1 Engage - read, hear, view -the information 4.2 Extract the information The Big6

    17. Engage and extract • Traditional skills • Read • Interpret graphs • Take notes • Technology skills: • Connect computers • Download, decompress and view data • Cut and paste

    18. The Big6 • 5) Synthesize and communicate • 5.1 Organize information from multiple sources • 5.2 Present information

    19. Organize and communicate • Traditional skills • Organize notes/record sources • Outline • Write paper/give speech • Technology skills: • Organize and record electronic sources of information • Use spreadsheets, databases to analyze data • Communicate electronically

    20. use desktop publishing and word processing (keyboarding) create and use computer-generated art create computer-generated graphs and charts use presentation software create hypermedia create WWW pages use e-mail, videoconferencing etc New opportunities for communication

    21. 6) Evaluation 6.1 Judge product and effectiveness 6.2 Judge the problem-solving process 6.3 Consider the ethical decisions made The Big6

    22. Tech is sexy! Benchmarks - 4 areas Research process Technology use Reading and media literacy Responsible use

    23. My experience with standards • Wrote ISD77 IL/IT curriculum with benchmarks. ‘95 • Co-wrote “Computer Skills for Information Problem-Solving” ‘96, ‘02 • Co-wrote MEMO’s Standards for “Information and Technology Literacy” ‘04 • Advised on AASL and ISTE NETS standards, ‘98, ‘07

    24. Hierarchy of Student Tech Uses • Non-applied use • Problem- solving tools • Academic use • Basic skills use • Simple uses

    25. Hierarchy of Student Tech Uses • Drill and practice • Integrated learning systems • Trivia recall • Simulations • Simple uses

    26. Hierarchy of Student Tech Uses • Using a mouse • Saving files • Printing • Opening and closing programs • Basic skills use • Simple uses

    27. Hierarchy of Student Tech Uses • Non-applied use • Computer literacy class • “PowerPoint” units • Basic skills use • Simple uses

    28. Hierarchy of Student Tech Uses • Non-applied use • Academic use • Technology upgrade • Basic skills use • Simple uses

    29. The technology upgrade Activity Upgrade Benefit Increased attention, visuals Lecture Multi-media Easier to edit, add graphics,share on-line Student writing Word processed

    30. Hierarchy of Student Tech Uses • Non-applied use • Problem-solving tool • Academicuse • Information literacy projects • Basic skills use • Simple uses

    31. Technology is ultimately a problem-solving tool

    32. Information literacy is: The ability to solve problems and answer questions using information and technology.

    33. Best practices – common recommendations Zemelman - Daniels - Hyde • LESS lecturing • LESS one-way transmission of information • LESS time devoted to fill-in-the-blank “seatwork” • LESS attempt to thinly “cover” materials • LESS memorization

    34. Best practices – common recommendations • MORE hands-on learning • MORE higher-order thinking • MORE study of of topics in depth • MORE choice for students • MORE collaborative activity • MORE descriptive evaluations

    35. New national standards

    36. Plenty o’ standards from which to choose…

    37. The bear…

    38. Standards that stand up Montana DOE February 22, 2008 Doug Johnson doug0077@gmail.com