2013 JSEA Survey Results. What are the next 20 questions we would ask?. One – to – One. One – to – One. How many schools have a one-to-one program?. One – to – One. What Device are you using?. One – to – One. Who owns your devices?. One – to – One. Anticipated Refresh. One – to – One.
One – to – One How many schools have a one-to-one program?
One – to – One What Device are you using?
One – to – One Who owns your devices?
One – to – One Anticipated Refresh
One – to – One YearProgram Started
One – to – One Staff Increase Tech and User Support – 7 (10) Education Technologist – 6 Assistant Principal - 2 Network Administrator - 1
One – to – One Reasons for not moving to one-to-one Average computer : student ratio 1:3
Classroom Technology Interactive Whiteboards
Classroom Technology Apple TVs
Classroom Technology • What do people say? • AirServer. Used to mirror iPads. Only faculty have access to the program, students are not able to mirror. • Apple TV's are plugged into an HDMI to CAT6 converter that runs back to our projectors. Each Apple TV has a hardwired connection into the network. Same VLAN as faculty, separate from Students. Students at this point cannot see the Apple TVs • Barco Clickshare: USB dongle-based sharing of laptop content. Chromecast pilot: share chrome screens to the Extron system. • We try to make all the classrooms similar. Standard configuration is a PC, DVD/VCR, Document Camera, Projector and an Apple TV. The key part that ties them all together is a Presentation Video Scaler/Switcher (Kramer). This allows the teacher to quickly switch from source to source. Regardless of all this it the Apple TVs that are the most finnickypiece of the typical classroom tech. Apple TVs
Staffing & Technology Management To whom does the IT Director / IT Department Report Average User : IT Ratio 341:1
Staffing & Technology Management Training
Network Infrastructure Internet Bandwidth
Network Infrastructure Access to Wifi
Products and Vendors Student Information Systems Also Making an Appearance Pinnacle SIS (2), RenWeb, WebEIM, Edvance, SeniorSystems, Whipple Hill
Products and Vendors Admissions Systems Also Making an Appearance SeniorSystems (2), Schoolmaster, Edvance, inResonance, PowerSchool, RenWeb, Oracle
Products and Vendors Accounting Systems Also Making an Appearance Banner, MAS90, SeniorSystems, FundEZ, Coba Finance, Banner
Products and Vendors Fundraising Software Also Making an Appearance Rediker, Oracle, RenWeb
Products and Vendors Learning Management Systems Also Making an Appearance Haiku (2), Edmodo (2), Blackboard (2), FinalSite, Whipple Hill, Schoology, Open Class, Custom Application
Products and Vendors Email Also Making an Appearance Novell Groupwise, Communigate
Products and Vendors Wifi System Also Making an Appearance Meru (2), HP (2), Enterasys, Blue Socket, Aerohive, Unifi, Extreme
Products and Vendors Firewall Also Making an Appearance Smoothwall (2), Fortinet (2), Watchguard(2), Forefront / ISA (2), Untangle, pfSense, McAfee, CIPA Filter
Products and Vendors Mobile Device Management Also Making an Appearance Airwatch (2), JSS, SCCM
Network Infrastructure Security Cameras
Education & Curriculum Technology Class Offerings Other Neat Classes MIDI Music Class, Alice, Game Design, Robotics, CAD, Networking
Education & Curriculum E-Book Vendors Average Rating: 3/5 They all suck.
Education & Curriculum • What do people say about their e-Book vendors? • This is one of our current challenges • Too many platforms with different logons • They need to hear from the schools and listen to what works best for e-text deployment • This is one of our current challenges • Too many different methods of getting texts • All have their compromises... parents don't like all the options... Kno has a promising platform • Apple iBooks is great, Pearson is not. • Better quality books for the iPad - Flash/HTML issues and annotation issues (iBooks) • Kno is a good partner for us E-Book Vendors
Education & Curriculum • Schools using MOOCs: 2 • We will offer Ohio State University's Calculus 1 Course to select seniors second semester. • Augmenting our math curriculum. • Schools Creating their own books: 25 MOOCs and Self-Created Textbooks
E-Textbooks • The unfulfilled promise of 1:1 • Textbooks need to be thought of differently
Where are we going? • Classrooms will have MORE • Screens • Flexibility • Video • Interactivity • Classrooms will have LESS • Wires • Digital Whiteboards