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  1. Educational Technology & Project Based Learning The Harker Institute Dan Hudkins, Director of Instructional Technology Danielh@harker.org The Harker Institute

  2. Agenda • 3 Domains of Educational Technology • 3 Areas of Computer Studies • Learning to Swim • How Do We Get There From Here? The Harker Institute

  3. 3 Domains of Educational Technology The Harker Institute

  4. So What? • Key to who’s on first • Learning Environment • Instructional Technology • Public Environment • Voters, Alumni, Parents • Management Environment • Payroll, Student Information, Library The Harker Institute

  5. They all intersect • Who are the decision makers in each area? The Harker Institute

  6. What’s in the Learning Environment • Teacher Materials – Internal • Course material • Section Specific Material • Dialog space • Forum • Course resources • Drop Folder • Student File Storage • Shared Work Space • Clubs • Student Publications • Classroom Hardware • Shared with Management • Student Demographic • Assessment • Email • Attendance • Schedule • Shared with Public • Teacher Materials - External • Course Content • Syllabus • Assignments • Public Resources • Bio, etc. • Shared with Mgm’t & Public • Bulletin - filtered • Calendar - filtered • Security/Authentication The Harker Institute

  7. What’s in the Management Environment • Shared with Management • SIS • Student Demographic • Assessment • Course Schedule • Attendance • Email • Student Information System • College Counseling • Library • Network Management • Business Office • Email • Resource Scheduling • Student Scheduling • Inventory/Asset Management • IT Help Desk • Shared with Learning & Public • Bulletin - filtered • Calendar - filtered • Security/Authentication • Shared with Public • Bookstore • Advancement • Communication • Admissions • Alumni The Harker Institute

  8. What’s in the Public Environment • Shared with Mgm’t & Learning • Bulletin - filtered • Calendar - filtered • Email • Shared with Learning • Teacher Web • Course Content • Syllabus • Assignments • Public Resources • Bio, etc. • Public Relations • Marketing • Media • News • Shared with Management • Bookstore • Advancement • Admissions • Alumni The Harker Institute

  9. Realms of Technology Fluency • Just Doing Computers • Not Enough • Don’t teach crayon The Harker Institute

  10. Direct Curricular EffectsIT Fluency The Harker Institute

  11. Information Literacy • Finding • Qualifying • Evaluating • Applying • Big 6 The Harker Institute

  12. Information Technology • Learning Tool • Tool Use • Problem Definition • Tool Selection • Process • Product • Criteria of Quality The Harker Institute

  13. Computer Science • Programming • Understanding Concepts • Ordered Thinking The Harker Institute

  14. Standards • Don’t reinvent the wheel The Harker Institute

  15. CSTA • Computer Science Teachers Association • http://csta.acm.org/ The Harker Institute

  16. ISTE • Developed First Major K-12 Standards • International Society for Technology in Education • http://www.iste.org/ The Harker Institute

  17. National Educational Technology Standards • http://cnets.iste.org/ The Harker Institute

  18. NETS-S • National Educational Technology Standards for Students • http://cnets.iste.org/students/s_stands.html The Harker Institute

  19. NETS-T • National Educational Technology Standards for Teachers • http://cnets.iste.org/teachers/t_stands.html The Harker Institute

  20. NETS-A • National Educational Technology Standards for Administrators • http://cnets.iste.org/administrators/a_stands.html The Harker Institute

  21. So What About the Teaching • It’s not all about the pedagogy • But close The Harker Institute

  22. Swimming • Mammals • Amphibians The Harker Institute

  23. Fish • They don’t learn it the way we did The Harker Institute

  24. Why Mathematica? • The language of the discipline • The problems of the discipline • The process of the discipline • The techniques of the discipline The Harker Institute

  25. How do we get there from here? • Champion • Community Enrollment • Administrative Support The Harker Institute

  26. Necessity of a Champion • Needs Allies • Needs Patience • Needs a Network The Harker Institute

  27. Building Support • Pilot Success • Do Not Put Your Lamp Under a Bushel • Where’s Your Lampstand? The Harker Institute

  28. Execution • Develop a plan • Have a budget • Talk to Everybody The Harker Institute

  29. How Can It Be Done? • One step at a time • Infection is powerful • Administrative support is essential • Public Administrative support is even more essential The Harker Institute

  30. How Does Harker Choose To Do It? • One of the arguments for a 1-to-1 laptop program • Building a continuum • Vertical & Horizontal The Harker Institute

  31. How Have We Benefited? • Modeling using the tool as a vehicle for the learning • Think like a: • Mathematician • Scientist • Historian • Etc. The Harker Institute

  32. Where Are We Going From Here? • Where the learning leads The Harker Institute