2009 Government Programs Meeting Ed-Tech Gauges, Assets and Arranging Breakout Session DESE Instructional Innovation Deb.


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I NSTRUCTIONAL T ECHNOLOGY _______________________________________________________________________________________ Department of Elementary and Secondary Education * Phone: (573) 751-8247 * E-mail: instrtech@dese.mo.gov 2009 Federal Programs Conference Ed-Tech Standards, Resources and Planning
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I NSTRUCTIONAL T ECHNOLOGY _______________________________________________________________________________________ Department of Elementary and Secondary Education * Phone: (573) 751-8247 * E-mail: instrtech@dese.mo.gov 2009 Federal Programs Conference Ed-Tech Standards, Resources and Planning Breakout Session DESE Instructional Technology Deborah S. Sutton, Director Claranne Vogel, Supervisor Janice Libbert, Adm. Asst .

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I NSTRUCTIONAL T ECHNOLOGY _______________________________________________________________________________________ Department of Elementary and Secondary Education * Phone: (573) 751-8247 * E-mail: instrtech@dese.mo.gov SESSION TOPICS Why areas and schools ought to incorporate innovation MSIP, NCLB, METSP principles and objectives Planning for powerful innovation execution DESE assets: arranging site, layouts, praiseworthy arrangements Creating and submitting plans for state endorsement DESE assets: ePeGS, related direction archives How to store and bolster innovation DESE programs, gift composing/financing assets

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I NSTRUCTIONAL T ECHNOLOGY _______________________________________________________________________________________ Department of Elementary and Secondary Education * Phone: (573) 751-8247 * E-mail: instrtech@dese.mo.gov Research says… Since the 1960s, the interest for routine manual assignment aptitudes has diminished, while the interest for non-routine intelligent errand abilities has expanded altogether (OECD 2007) Technology-improved, venture based understudy work is a staple of value information work (Schlechty 2001) Students who are locked in: learn at abnormal states and have a significant handle of what they realize, hold what they learn, and can exchange what they figure out how to new settings (Schlechty) Computers and programming are devices understudies use to make their own particular learning environment (Ashton, Bland, & Rogers 2001; Milken 1999)

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I NSTRUCTIONAL T ECHNOLOGY _______________________________________________________________________________________ Department of Elementary and Secondary Education * Phone: (573) 751-8247 * E-mail: instrtech@dese.mo.gov Research says… (cont.) Lack of understudy engagement is an indicator for dropping out of school even in the wake of controlling for understudy foundation and scholarly accomplishment (Rumberger 2004) Engaged understudies take in more, hold more, and appreciate realizing more that understudies who are not locked in (Dowson & McInerney 2001; Hancock & Betts 2002; Lumsden 1994; Voke 2002) According to understudy overviews: 47% expressed that a noteworthy purpose behind dropping out of school was that classes were not intriguing (Gates Foundation 2006) half reported being exhausted in no less than one secondary school class each day and 75% expressed they were exhausted in light of the fact that the material was not fascinating (Yazzie-Mintz 2006)

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I NSTRUCTIONAL T ECHNOLOGY _______________________________________________________________________________________ Department of Elementary and Secondary Education * Phone: (573) 751-8247 * E-mail: instrtech@dese.mo.gov WHY USE TECHNOLOGY Students must be set up for post-optional training and/or job in an undeniably specialized and worldwide society

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I NSTRUCTIONAL T ECHNOLOGY _______________________________________________________________________________________ Department of Elementary and Secondary Education * Phone: (573) 751-8247 * E-mail: instrtech@dese.mo.gov 21 st Century abilities require… 21 st century content Information and correspondences innovation proficiency Life aptitudes: individual efficiency, responsibility, self-course, individual and social obligation, versatility, relationship building abilities, authority 21 st century appraisals

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I NSTRUCTIONAL T ECHNOLOGY _______________________________________________________________________________________ Department of Elementary and Secondary Education * Phone: (573) 751-8247 * E-mail: instrtech@dese.mo.gov Technology can… Increase chairman, instructor, and understudy engagement and profitability Enhance educational programs, instructional methodologies, and understudy learning Help shut the accomplishment hole Break down financial obstructions and reach and spur hesitant and disappointed learners Promote 21 st century abilities of correspondence, cooperation, critical thinking, innovativeness

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I NSTRUCTIONAL T ECHNOLOGY _______________________________________________________________________________________ Department of Elementary and Secondary Education * Phone: (573) 751-8247 * E-mail: instrtech@dese.mo.gov WHY USE TECHNOLOGY Research demonstrates that innovation, when utilized fittingly, can have a beneficial outcome. Innovation can\'t have an obvious effect in educating and learning if areas are not giving, and instructors and understudies are not utilizing, innovation in any apparent degree.

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I NSTRUCTIONAL T ECHNOLOGY _______________________________________________________________________________________ Department of Elementary and Secondary Education * Phone: (573) 751-8247 * E-mail: instrtech@dese.mo.gov WHY USE TECHNOLOGY State and government projects, arrangements, and gauges order innovation coordination

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I NSTRUCTIONAL T ECHNOLOGY _______________________________________________________________________________________ Department of Elementary and Secondary Education * Phone: (573) 751-8247 * E-mail: instrtech@dese.mo.gov Tech arranging has been suggested, emphatically empowered, and/or commanded since 1990s 1993 Show-Me Curriculum, MSIP Standards Technology inserted in educational modules, direction, proficient improvement, library media focuses, offices, and system assessment 1994 TAG & TNP – initially devoted financing New give program energized tech stock and plan advancement by means of beginning innovation overview and aide "Utilizing Technology as a part of Missouri Schools" MOREnet K-12 Technology Network Program Initial systems administration prerequisites Program assessment included "Figuring Census"

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I NSTRUCTIONAL T ECHNOLOGY _______________________________________________________________________________________ Department of Elementary and Secondary Education * Phone: (573) 751-8247 * E-mail: instrtech@dese.mo.gov Tech arranging suggestions, orders … (cont.) 2002 NCLB – new necessities for states, areas Title II.D objective to incorporate innovation into educational programs, guideline, appraisal, and expert advancement understudies innovation proficient by end of 8 th grade New prerequisites for state and region arranges 2002-06 Missouri Ed-Tech Strategic Plan (METSP) Adopted National Educational Technology Standards 5 Overarching objectives/TFAs: Student Learning, Teacher Preparation, Administration/Data Management/Communication, Resources, Technical bolster District arrangement endorsement criteria redesigned to address CSIP arrangement, 5 TFAs, Title II.D objectives, E-rate, and so forth

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I NSTRUCTIONAL T ECHNOLOGY _______________________________________________________________________________________ Department of Elementary and Secondary Education * Phone: (573) 751-8247 * E-mail: instrtech@dese.mo.gov Tech arranging suggestions, orders … (cont.) 2007 METSP – new state arrangement, overhauled locale arrangement necessities State arrangement upgraded, tending to NETS, NETS evaluation, and 21 st Century Skills, and displaying eight noteworthy proposals for DESE activity to meet TFA objectives District endorsement process streamlined, while as yet underscoring arrangement of CSIP and TFAs and meeting NCLB and E-rate innovation arrangement prerequisites * Student and Teacher models overhauled in 2007 and 2008, separately http://www.iste.org/AM/Template.cfm?Section=NETS

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I NSTRUCTIONAL T ECHNOLOGY _______________________________________________________________________________________ Department of Elementary and Secondary Education * Phone: (573) 751-8247 * E-mail: instrtech@dese.mo.gov Tech arranging suggestions, orders … (cont.) 2008 ePeGS – state\'s new internet arranging and concede device Designed to help regions adjust and incorporate all required arrangement and DESE award projects Will permit electronic accommodation of arrangements Will require regions tie gift program exercises and consumptions to particular plan(s) in FY10 Formula-driven applications will go online for FY10 and aggressive stipends for FY11 Perkins and Special Education, Part B gifts were first to end up accessible

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I NSTRUCTIONAL T ECHNOLOGY _______________________________________________________________________________________ Department of Elementary and Secondary Education * Phone: (573) 751-8247 * E-mail: instrtech@dese.mo.gov Tech arranging suggestions, orders … (cont.) 2009-10 Information Communication Technology and Media Literacy grade level desires (GLEs) Information Literacy GLEs being reconsidered and upgraded Posted on the DESE Web website for open remark September/October. URL will be sent to the area library media administrations contacts when it is accessible. After open remark, a last duplicate will be readied. Staff improvement open doors for usage systems of the GLEs will be accessible at a later date

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I NSTRUCTIONAL T ECHNOLOGY _______________________________________________________________________________________ Department of Elementary and Secondary Education * Phone: (573) 751-8247 * E-mail: instrtech@dese.mo.gov MSIP and Show-Me Standards Adequate access/fitting and compelling use Educational innovation and innovation instruction Process and substance principles Application of innovation devices and assets Grappling\'s "Innovation and Learning Spectrum" Literacy – Centers on procuring and rehearsing specialized abilities; innovation is something to learn Adaptive – Automates customary instructor and understudy parts; innovation is discretionary Transforming – Expands part and/or items; innovation is fundamental

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