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  1. An Examination of Effective Technology Integration Janet Holland

  2. Acknowledgements • Emporia State University • Dr. Marcus Childress • Dr. Harvey Foyle • Dr. Armand Seguin • Kansas State Department of Education • Hal Gardner • Linda Loder

  3. Purpose of the Study • What is Needed to Create Effective Technology Integration Plans? • KSDE Approved Technology Plans • Past Literature • Blackboard Online Class Example

  4. New Trends • “No Child Left Behind Act” • New State Mandates • National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE)

  5. Research Questions? What needs to be in place to… • Integrate Technology in a Meaningful Way • Understand Accreditation Standards • Be in Compliance with Standards • Know the Benefits for Students

  6. State Department of Education Approved Technology Plans 2001-2002 By JanetHolland

  7. Participants in KSDE Study • 120 Approved Technology Plans Kansas State Department of Education, (2002). Approved Technology Plans, Topeka, Kansas

  8. Technology Rubric Plan Indicators

  9. #1 Committee Membership & Stakeholder Representation • Students • Teachers • Administrators • Parents • Education Institutions • Community Members Include: Kansas State Department of Education, (2002). Technology Plan Rubric, Topeka, Kansas. Back to Review

  10. Committee Membership & Stakeholder Results 98% Teachers 97% Administration 87% Tech Staff 80% Community 78% Parents 72% Students 61% BOE 31% Special Groups 30% Colleges Back to Review

  11. Committee MembershipOne SchoolExample

  12. #2 Technology Needs Assessments • Committees survey the needs yearly • Results align with district wide school improvement criteria, plans, and progress reports. • Qualitative & quantitative data drives decisions regarding technology implementation Back to Review

  13. Technology Needs AssessmentsResults

  14. Technology Needs AssessmentsResults Hardware Uses 36% Internet 23% Projectors 22% Camera & Camcorders 20% Scanners 17% TV/VCR 15% Printers 15% Laptops 13% Handheld Comp. 11% Online Distance Classes 11% CD/DVD 7% Laser Disc 6% Broadcasting Back to Review

  15. Technology Needs AssessmentsExamples Staff Development Staff Development Needs Back to Review

  16. Technology Needs AssessmentsInstructor Examples Instructor Integration Needs Back to Review

  17. Technology Needs AssessmentsTechnical Support Examples Technical Support Needs Back to Review

  18. Technology Needs AssessmentsInfrastructure Examples Infrastructure Needs Back to Review

  19. Technology Needs AssessmentsEvaluation Examples Other Evaluation Needs Listed Back to Review

  20. Technology Needs AssessmentsEvaluation Examples Other Evaluation Needs Listed Back to Review

  21. Technology Needs AssessmentsEvaluation Examples Other Evaluation Needs Listed Back to Review

  22. #3 Vision: School District Mission Statement • The district mission statement is used to focus the vision for instructional technology • Instruction & learning outcomes are tied to the overall mission of the district Back to Review

  23. School District Mission StatementExamples Back to Review

  24. School District Mission StatementResults 90% Budget 90% Research 80% Global Community 74% Gain Knowledge 74% Improve Attitudes & Tech Ethics 42% Improve Skills 27% Student Safety 27% Equity Tech For All Students 20% Tech Mission 20% Score/Outcome 20% Caring Committed Staff Back to Review

  25. #4 Instructional Technology Vision Statement • How your school will use instructional technology to improve student learning as defined by your individual school improvement plan Back to Review

  26. Instructional Technology Vision Results 72% Gain Knowledge 70% Develop Global Community 67% Improve Skills 61% Access to Tech 60% Integrate Tech 53% Improve Tech Attitudes/Ethics 45% Curriculum Goals 42% Staff Training 33% Scores/Outcomes 25% Tech Equity for All Students 22% Career Prep 14% Stay Current With Tech 12% Budget 12% Management Back to Review

  27. Technology Vision ImplementedExamples . . Back to Review

  28. #5 Alignment to the VisionUse of Goals & Objectives • Goals address teaching & student learning needs • Clear • Attainable • Measurable • Student Centered • Objectives are tied to established goals Back to Review

  29. Alignment to the VisionUse of Goals & Objectives Results 87% Access to Hardware/Software 84% Curriculum Goals 75% Tech Integration 73% Tech Skills 71% Improve Academics 71% Staff Training 59% Access/Outcomes 55% Research/Resource 56% Project Based 51% Tech Management 51% Emerging Tech 37% Tech Attitude/Ethics 32% Add Tech to Non Tech Classes Back to Review

  30. Alignment to the VisionUse of Goals & Objectives-More Results Continued: 30% Career/Post Secondary Prep 24% Equity Tech For All Students 22% Budget 20% Distance Learning 13% Student Centered 8% Plan to Hire Specialist 8% Tech Security 7% Graduation Required Back to Review

  31. Use of Goals & ObjectivesSkill Process Examples Back to Review

  32. Goals & ObjectivesExamples Back to Review

  33. Rubric GoalExample Back to Review

  34. Rubric ObjectivesExamples Back to Review

  35. #6 Use Assessment • Baseline data is established, attainment of goals and objectives are assessed and monitored yearly • Qualitative & quantitative data drives integration to the curriculum Back to Review

  36. Use AssessmentResults Back to Review

  37. Use Assessment:Skill Examples Back to Review

  38. #7 Curriculum Integration & Enhancement • How technology is currently used for instruction • Propose ways you can integrate technology more completely into the learning environment Back to Review

  39. Curriculum Integration & Enhancement Results 75% Internet Access 65% Student Projects 65% Research/ Resources 62% Curriculum Goals 62% Hardware/ Software 57% Add Tech To Non Tech Classes 56% Teach Basics/ Microsoft Office 44% Access/ Outcomes 43% Improve Skills 42% Staff Training 39% District Goals 32% State/National/ Standards Met Back to Review

  40. Curriculum Integration & EnhancementSoftware Examples Software/Web Examples All Areas Back to Review

  41. Curriculum Integration & EnhancementSoftware Examples Software/Web Examples All Areas Back to Review

  42. Curriculum Integration & EnhancementSoftware Examples Software/Web Examples All Areas Back to Review

  43. Curriculum Integration & EnhancementSoftware Examples Software/Web Examples All Areas Back to Review

  44. Curriculum Integration & EnhancementSoftware Examples Software/Web Examples All Areas Back to Review

  45. Curriculum Integration & EnhancementSoftware Examples Software/Web Examples All Areas Back to Review

  46. Curriculum Integration & EnhancementSoftware Examples Software/Web Examples All Areas Back to Review

  47. Curriculum Integration & EnhancementOther Examples Back to Review

  48. Curriculum Integration & EnhancementOther Examples International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) (2002). National Educational Technology Standards (NETS) (2002). Carroll J.A., & Witherspoon, T.L., (2002), Linking Technology and Curriculum: Integrating the ISTE NETS Standards into Teaching and Learning, (2nd ed.) Merrill Prentice Hall. Back to Review

  49. Curriculum Integration & EnhancementSkill & Grade Level Examples Back to Review

  50. Curriculum Integration & EnhancementSkill & Grade Level Examples Back to Review