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Levels of Technology Implementation @ DPISD

Levels of Technology Implementation @ DPISD. The Times They Are A-Changin’. “640K ought to be enough for anybody.”. Bill Gates, 1981. What’s Changin’?. Kansas, Chicago, Boston, and Alabama are places, not groups The Tonight Show has always been with Jay Leno.

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Levels of Technology Implementation @ DPISD

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  1. Levels of Technology Implementation @ DPISD The Times They Are A-Changin’ LoTi @ DPISD

  2. “640K ought to be enough for anybody.” Bill Gates, 1981 LoTi @ DPISD

  3. What’s Changin’? LoTi @ DPISD

  4. Kansas, Chicago, Boston, and Alabama are places, not groups The Tonight Show has always been with Jay Leno They don’t know who Mork is and where he was from Popcorn has always been cooked in the microwave Roller skating has always meant inline for them Our Students Today…. LoTi @ DPISD

  5. 3 Themes of the New Generation Gap • The older generations are uneasy about new technology---which kids are embracing • Older generations tend to be uneasy about new media---which are coming into the heart of youth culture • The digital revolution, unlike previous ones, is not controlled by only adults Tapscott, Don. Growing Up Digital: The Rise of the Net Generation. New York: McGraw-Hill. 1998. LoTi @ DPISD

  6. 8 Shifts of Interactive Learning • From linear to hypermedia learning • From instruction to construction and discovery • From teacher-centered to learner centered education • From absorbing material to learning how to navigate and how to learn • From school to life-long learning • From one-size-fits-all to customized learning • From learning as a torture to learning as fun • From the teacher as transmitter to the teacher as facilitator and coach Tapscott, Don. Growing Up Digital: The Rise of the Net Generation. New York: McGraw-Hill. 1998. LoTi @ DPISD

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  8. We know that learning happens best when a learning experience pushes the learner a bit beyond her independence level (Howard 1994, Vygotsky 1966). We know that motivation to learn increases when we feel a kinship with, interest in, or passion for what we are attempting to learn (Piaget, 1978). What we know about learners… LoTi @ DPISD

  9. A Shift….. www.nap.edu/readingroom/books/techgap/navigate.cgi LoTi @ DPISD

  10. One-Room School House Teachers taught reading, writing, & math School started late and ended early Narrow and controlled by the teacher The Evolution of the Classroom • Factory School • Cities sprang-up • Factory work • Large schools with labyrinths of rooms • Basic facts needed for industrial work • The work force would typically keep the same job their entire life LoTi @ DPISD

  11. Today Students still attend factory-model schools Are they passively listening to lectures? The Evolution of the Classroom • The work force will average 6 to 8 jobs over the course of a lifetime • Half of all employed work with information-analyzing LoTi @ DPISD

  12. Proverbs for the 21st Century • What boots up must come down • Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach him to use the Web and he won’t bother you for weeks • Home is where you hang your @ LoTi @ DPISD

  13. Changing roles Students assume some of the functions previously reserved for the teacher Students act as peer-tutors Learn to communicate @ an early age Direct own learning Technology by itself is not enough Has drill n’ kill moved from the worksheet to the computer? The Evolution of the Classroom www.nap.edu/readingroom/books/techgap/navigate.cgi LoTi @ DPISD

  14. Rules of Engagement • We can not reach the mind that is not actively engaged • The teachers changing role: • From keepers and dispensers of information to organizers of learning opportunities LoTi @ DPISD

  15. I have a spelling checker; it came with my PC. It clearly marks four my revue miss steakes I cannot sea; I ran this poem threw it, I’m sure you’re please to no. Its let her perfect in it’s weight, my checker tolled me sew. Author Unknown It’s Not the Technology….It’s High-Level Thinking Strategies! LoTi @ DPISD

  16. Chalk? Where's the mouse? Can I just IM? LoTi @ DPISD

  17. Three Components of Effective Technology Integration #1 Critical Thinking – Students should be engaged in higher level thinking while using technology #2 Content – Students should gain content knowledge while working with technology #3 Technical Skills – Students should gain technical skills while using technology (keyboarding, imaging, cutting/pasting, searching…) to acquire 21st Century Work Skills LoTi @ DPISD

  18. Go Astros! Wait Until Next Year! LoTi @ DPISD

  19. Principles of Good Practice….What works! LoTi @ DPISD

  20. Principles of Good Practice • Good Practice #1 - encourages frequent contact between students and teacher • Increases motivation and involvement • Show a genuine interest in the students (show you care) • Model appropriate behaviors and skills (practice what you preach) LoTi @ DPISD

  21. Principles of Good Practice • Good Practice#2 - develops reciprocity & cooperation among students • Learning is enhanced in “team efforts” • Good work is collaborative and social, not isolated and competitive • Sharing one’s ideas and responding to others improves thinking and deepens understanding • Increases communication and social skills C3B4Me LoTi @ DPISD

  22. Principles of Good Practice • Good Practice#3 - uses active learning techniques • Learning isn’t a spectator sport • Students must talk, reflect, relate and apply learning experiences • They must make what they learn part of themselves LoTi @ DPISD

  23. Principles of Good Practice • Good Practice#4 - gives prompt feedback • Knowing what you know and don’t know focuses your learning • Students need frequent opportunities to perform and receive feedback • Students need chances to reflect what they have learned, what they still need to learn, and how to assess themselves LoTi @ DPISD

  24. Student Feedback Sheet (cooperative groups) • Today, the topic that we investigated…. • My teacher should give me 5 4 3 2 1 (circle one) bonus points today because… • One thing I learned from my partner (s) was… • It was really interesting to learn that… • The neatest thing I did today was… • One thing that I am still wondering about is… • A song that will remind me of today is________ because …. Dr. Paul Vermette, Niagara University LoTi @ DPISD

  25. Principles of Good Practice • Good Practice#5 - communicates high expectations • Expect more and you will get it LoTi @ DPISD

  26. Principles of Good Practice • Good Practice #6 - respects diverse talents and ways of learning • Many roads lead to learning • Students need opportunities to show their talents and learn ways that work for them • Differentiated instruction Chickering, Arthur C. and Stephen C. Ehrmann. Implementing the Seven Principles: Technology as a Lever. AAHE Bulletin LoTi @ DPISD

  27. More…Proverbs for the 21st Century • The geek shall inherit the earth • C:\ is the root of all directories • Don’t byte off more than you can view • Pentium wise; pen & paper foolish LoTi @ DPISD

  28. More Evidence of Change! LoTi @ DPISD

  29. Meet the Millennials • Born between 1982 and 2000, the “Millennial Generation” is the largest generation this country has ever known (36% of the population)…2002 US Census • Millennials embody the values of • Team project work • Group decision-making LoTi @ DPISD

  30. Millennial Values • 96% get along with their parents • 80% think it’s cool to be smart • 78% believe religion is important • 75% share their parent’s values • 60% engage in community service Millennials Rising: The Next great Generation, Neil Howe & William Strauss, 2000 LoTi @ DPISD

  31. Have never owned a record player Bottle caps have not only always been screw off, but have always been plastic; they have no idea what a pull-top can looks like They have always had cable There have always been VCRs, but they have no idea what BETA is There has always been MTV Our Students Today…. LoTi @ DPISD

  32. Tips for Technology Using Teachers • Think differently …step outside the box! • Be kind to techies! • Have a plan B, C, & D. • Don’t be afraid of 7 year olds who know more than you do! • Practice LoTi @ DPISD

  33. Visual Impact in the Digital World LoTi @ DPISD

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  39. Levels of Technology Implementation (LoTi) Breakdown Level 0 - Non-Use Level 1 – Awareness Level 2 – Exploration Level 3 – Infusion Level 4a - Integration (Mechanical) Level 4b - Integration (Routine) Level 5 – Expansion Level 6 - Refinement LoTi @ DPISD

  40. Lower order thinking... Higher order thinking... LoTi @ DPISD

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  42. A Connection…. Push me! See how far I go! Work me till I drop. Then pick me up. Open a door and make me run to it before it closes. Teach me so that I might learn, then let me enter the tunnel of experience alone. And when, near the end, I turn to see you beginning another’s journey, I shall smile. LoTi @ DPISD

  43. www.seaford.k12.de.us/it Thank You! Todd A. Fishburn tfishburn@seaford.k12.de.us LoTi @ DPISD

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