15 th Yearly NSBA's Innovation + Learning Gathering Atlanta, Georgia November 8-10, 2001 Presentation by:.


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15 th Yearly NSBA's Innovation + Learning Meeting Atlanta, Georgia November 8-10, 2001 Presentation by: Teresa San Martin, Chief Instructional Innovation Sherry Bever, Executive Data Innovation www.usd266.com Region Innovation Objectives Accessibility of Innovation/Availability
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15 th Annual NSBA’s Technology + Learning Conference Atlanta, Georgia November 8-10, 2001 Presentation by: Teresa San Martin, Director Instructional Technology Sherry Bever, Director Information Technology www.usd266.com

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District Technology Goals Availability of Technology/Connectivity Leadership/Accountability Curriculum Integration 4. Consistent School Improvement

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4 Miles Northwest of Wichita, KS 5300 Student Population (locale wide) 7 Buildings: 4 Elementary (K-1, 2-4, 5-6) 1 Middle (7-8) 1 High School (9-12) 1 Alternative High School Maize USD #266 Demographics

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Student-to-PC proportion: 3:1 Networked structures Wide Area Network - fiber optic Internet access in 100% of classrooms E-mail access for all staff Web-upgraded courses Staff website pages Maize USD 266 Technology Facts

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Microsoft Office Sasixp/Classxp Integrade Pro Parent Connectxp Abacusxp Spectrum Compass (K-6) Plato (7-12) Track-it Inventory/Help Desk Blackboard.com Versatran Accuscan/Meal Tracker Data Team Accounting Front Page/Web Workshop Inspiration/Kidspiration Software Available

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7 PCs per classroom 32” TV Monitor with TV Computer Link VCR Internet/Intranet Access Software Access Compass, Scholastic Reading Counts, Reading Inventory, Microsoft Office, Keyboarding, Encyclopedia, Library Card Catalog K-6 Technology Enhanced Classroom

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Palm Pilot/handheld gadgets Projection frameworks Electronic whiteboards Digital cameras Scanners Document cameras (Flexcam) Video cameras Graphing adding machines Video altering (Media 100, Avio) Online Courses Accessible Technologies

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Tech instruction grades 7-12 Video telecast studios 7-12 Video altering lab Auto-scoundrel lab Portable remote tablet labs Graphic outline lab Writing focuses Multipurpose labs Music keyboarding Distance learning Interactive TV Electronic field trips Video conferencing Maize USD 266 Specialized Classrooms

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District Technology Goals Availability of Technology/Connectivity Leadership/Accountability Curriculum Integration 4. Nonstop School Improvement

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Board of Education Support Budget Policies Technology Planning Technology Implementation Staff Development Rotation Plan Technology Support Help Desk System Security Availability of Technology/Connectivity

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1992-93 $ 398,263.00 1993-94 $ 1,251,050.00 1994-95 $ 1,695,219.00 1995-96 $ 1,997,864.00 1996-97 $ 1,880,432.00 1997-98 $ 1,968,538.00 1998-99 $ 1,546,100.00 1999-00 $ 1,373,087.00 2000-01 $ 1,468.722.00 2001-02 $1,375.000 .00 (spending plan) Maize USD 266 Technology Summary of Expenditures

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Technology Support Organizational Chart

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Staff Development Curriculum Integration Consultants Year-round instructor preparing Community PC workshops “Teachers preparing teachers” model Opportunities for on-line courses Focus: Curriculum mix utilizing innovation Staff Development

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High School/Elementary Partnerships Science/Spanish/PE - videoconferencing High School Tech Aides bolster innovation in all structures High School Webmasters Manage building site pages Mouse Patrol/Techie Teens Students bolster classroom advances Grades 4-8 Use portable workstations for booking, tasks, innovation bolster tips Serve as innovation represetatives for the building serving the group Student Leadership Projects

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District Technology Goals 1. Accessibility of Technology/Connectivity Leadership/Accountability Teachers/Administrators Parents/Community Curriculum Integration School Improvement

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The present and future wellbeing of America’s 21st Century Economy depends specifically on how comprehensively & profoundly Americans achieve another level of Literacy - “21st Century Literacy’- - that incorporates solid scholastic abilities, considering, thinking, collaboration aptitudes, & capability in utilizing innovation . - National Alliance of Business

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CEO Forum 21 st Century Skills Target Tech School ISTE – NETS Standards Student Standards Teacher Standards Administrator Standards NSBA – Technology & Learning Network Collaboration and Networking Leadership/Accountability Resources

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Digital Age Literacy Basic, Scientific & Technological Literacy Visual & Information Literacy Cultural Literacy & Global Awareness Inventive Thinking Adaptability/Managing Complexity Curiosity, Creativity, & Risk-Taking Higher Order Thinking & Sound Reasoning 21 st Century Skills

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Effective Communication Teaming, Collaboration & Interpersonal Skills Personal & Social Responsibility Interactive Communication High Productivity Prioritizing, Planning, & Managing for Results Effective Use of Real-World Tools Relevant, High Quality Products 21st Century Skills

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Need for Staff Development

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1 Student for each Instructional Computer with Internet Access Technology Support every minute of every day Broad Use of Wide Variety of Technologies 30% of Budget – Staff Development 100% Students Using Digital Content 100% Staff Using Digital Content Anytime Anywhere Learning Target Tech School

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Student focused bona fide task based learning Improve higher-request thinking and examination abilities Greater data assets accessible for exploration and training from Internet and CD Rom Educational Benefits of Target Tech School

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Collaborative discovering that permits understudies to create cooperation/correspondence critical thinking aptitudes All understudies/instructors ready to speak with folks specialists different understudies and educators outside the school www.CEOForum.org School Technology and Readiness Report: Professional Development: A Link to Better Learning Educational Benefits of Target Tech School

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Basic operations & ideas Social, moral, & human issues Technology efficiency devices Technology specialized apparatuses Technology examination devices Technology critical thinking & choice making devices National Educational Technology Standards

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WHAT innovation aptitudes ought to be woven into the curricular fabric of our schools . . . At the point when such abilities ought to be taught . . . HOW innovation can bolster these new learning situations To arrange "NETS for Teachers" or "NETS for Students: Connecting Curriculum and Technology" books, call (800 336-5191) (International call 541 302-3777)http://cnets.iste.org NETS Standards Can Help Educational Leaders Know:

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TAKE – Technology Assistance Kansas Educators Technology Plan Certification TLCF Grants E-Rate KALTECH – KS Academy Leadership in Technology Principals Superintendents KANED – far reaching Fiber Network for Schools, Hospitals and Libraries Leadership/Accountability State Level Resources

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Assessment device Recommended for gathering evaluation Used to build up pattern information Determine area development for staff improvement Surveys Basic abilities Curriculum reconciliation www.hprtech.org Profiler Assessment Tool

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Basic Computer Operations & Concepts Personal & Professional Use of Technology Application of Technology In Instruction Maize Criteria For Foundations in Technology

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Kansas Student and Teacher Empowerment Process (STEP Model for Staff Development)

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Goals: Develop a dream for systemic change Individualized Action Plan. Exhibit how innovation and ebb and flow instruction exploration will be utilized to bolster and convey development to their school change arrangement. See how instructive innovations can assist create with learninging groups KAL-TECH – Gates Grant

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Journey to Excellence – Strategic Planning Team Technology Management Team – Technology Advisory Board Building Technology Teams Curriculum Task Force School Improvement Teams Professional Development Curriculum Council Student Leadership Teams Leadership/Accountability Local Level Resources

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“Student accomplishment must be enhanced keeping in mind the end goal to get ready understudies to succeed in the worldwide economy…The United States can just remain a main force in the worldwide economy in the event that it keeps on guaranteeing understudies will be arranged to flourish in the future.” CEO Forum,Year 4 Star Report Student Achievement in the 21 st Century

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District Technology Goals Availability of Technology/Connectivity Leadership/Accountability Continuous School Improvement 4. Educational modules Integration

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Rigorous substance guidelines are set up Student advancement is tried Professional improvement is adjusted to benchmarks and test outcomes Results are freely reported Results lead to compensates, endorses, and focused on help Kansas School Performance Accountability System

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48 states now test their understudies 36 states distribute yearly report cards on individual schools 19 states openly rate school execution 19 states have tests that understudies must go to get a recognition 14 give money related motivating forces to great execution 16 states have the power to assume control coming up short schools 2 states join educator assessment to understudy execution Education Week Accountability Movement (Highly Successful)

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Be acquainted with the State Curricular Standards Determine the arrangement in the middle of state and neighborhood starndards Understand the significance of educational programs arrangement Determine how educational programs gauges are utilized to focus progress in selecting or creating evaluations and to distinguish needs Determine that different appraisals utilized for accreditati

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