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Magnet E-Academy Program Update “Building A Foundation For Success”.


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Magnet E-Academy Program Update “Building A Foundation For Success”. Breakout Session #1 May 25, 2006 Brett Tanaka Advanced Technology Research Branch Hawaii Department of Education. Agenda. Welcome “Building A Foundation For Success” Reinventing The Program Laying The Foundation
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Magnet E-Academy Program Update "Assembling A Foundation For Success" Breakout Session #1 May 25, 2006 Brett Tanaka Advanced Technology Research Branch Hawaii Department of Education

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Agenda Welcome "Building A Foundation For Success" Reinventing The Program Laying The Foundation Program Updates Curriculum Program Updates New Programs and Learning Opportunities 2007 Tech Challenge Q&A and Evaluations

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Building A Foundation For Success Reinventing The Program Advanced Technology Academies - Pending Consortium of schools with a submitted educational modules center in the territory of Advanced Technology ATA Advisory Board Standards-based ISTE - NETS*S (National Educational Technology Standards for Students http://cnets.iste.org/understudies/s_stands.html K-12 Computer Science Program http://www.csta.acm.org/Curriculum/sub/ACMK12CSModel.html Alignment with CTE Career Pathways http://www.hicte.org/home.htm

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Building A Foundation For Success Reinventing The Program (proceeded with) Key Target Goals: Support the DOE's Vision of a High School Graduate Realize their individual objectives and desire; Possess the dispositions, information and abilities important to contribute emphatically and contend in a worldwide society; Exercise the rights and duties of citizenship; and Pursue post-auxiliary instruction and/or vocations without requirement for remediation.

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Building A Foundation For Success Reinventing The Program (proceeded with) Key Target Goals: To plan understudies to wind up innovatively proficient natives for the 21st century To get ready understudies with the specialized and critical thinking ability set to seek after post-optional propelled innovation instruction and/or vocations To give a shared proficient improvement environment for educators in comparative propelled innovation content territories

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Building A Foundation For Success Laying The Foundation Elementary School Level Summer 2006 - Development of a models based K-8 Computer Literacy Curriculum Framework Key Target Goal: To better get ready understudies for the Computer Literacy Certification course in eighth Grade

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Building A Foundation For Success Laying The Foundation Middle School Level Computer Literacy Certification Program http://clc.k12.hi.us Key Target Goal: To get ready understudies with center PC and Internet proficiency aptitudes and information Pre-imperative accreditation as establishment for larger amount affirmation programs IC3 Certification - http://www.certiport.com

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Building A Foundation For Success Middle School Level Dell TechKnow Program - Pending http://www.Dell.com/k12/techknow Program Mission: To collaborate with school locale, partnerships and the group to empower low-wage or underserved center school understudies a chance to gain a home PC and learn innovation aptitudes that advance self-regard, scholastic achievement, and get ready understudies for circumstances in today's innovation driven world.

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Building A Foundation For Success High School Level "Simply Keep Building" Breakout Session #2: Roundtable Discussions Best Practices Curriculum Program Support Direct Support Services Individualized Support Plans Professional Development

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Building A Foundation For Success Computer Recycling Program Priority for A+ Computer Tech Certification Programs Donation Supply - As It Comes Requisition Process/Web Portal - Pending Student-based Help Desk/Tech Support Help bolster endeavors at grounds and the lower grade levels inside separate school area Setup community oriented assentions Hands-On Learning Opportunity for Students

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Building A Foundation For Success Curriculum Program Updates Cisco Networking Academy Wayne Lewis http://cisco.netacad.net

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Building A Foundation For Success Curriculum Program Updates Oracle Internet Academy http://academy.oracle.com Database Design and Programming with SQL Originally, Data Modeling and the Structured Query Language (SQL) course Converted into 2-semester course New Course - Database Programming with PL/SQL Procedural dialect augmentation to SQL Semester Long Available in 2007 Java Programming Course - Retiring in 2008

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Building A Foundation For Success Curriculum Program Updates Novell Academic Training Partners Baron Rohbock 3060 Course Updates - "Beginning with Linux" Upcoming Training Events http://www.novell.com/natp

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Building A Foundation For Success New Programs and Learning Opportunities Autodesk Animation Academy Paul Norman http://usa.autodesk.com/adsk/servlet/item?siteID=123112&id=6447571 Breakout Session #2 - Today

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Building A Foundation For Success New Programs and Learning Opportunities (proceeded with) Special Focus Programs Cisco Girls In Technology Programs http://www.cisco.com/web/learning/netacad/digital_divide/sexual orientation/GirlsTech/girls_tech_event.html Women In Technology http://www.womenintech.com Internet 2 http://www.internet2.edu http://k12.internet2.edu

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Building A Foundation For Success Tech Challenge Congratulations to the current year's champs Roosevelt High Mililani High Kekaulike High 2007 Tech Chellenge E-School Conference - Feb. 22-23, 2007

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Q&A and Evaluation

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Mahalo & Have A Great Summer!!!