A Sneak Peak to a Techno Future - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

Loading...

PPT – A Sneak Peak to a Techno Future PowerPoint presentation | free to download - id: 218f26-NGEyN



Loading


The Adobe Flash plugin is needed to view this content

Get the plugin now

View by Category
About This Presentation
Title:

A Sneak Peak to a Techno Future

Description:

Communicate and interact with other schools and students and teachers. 21st century skills ... Skype to interact with other rural schools on classroom projects ... – PowerPoint PPT presentation

Number of Views:35
Avg rating:3.0/5.0
Slides: 52
Provided by: vhs3
Category:

less

Write a Comment
User Comments (0)
Transcript and Presenter's Notes

Title: A Sneak Peak to a Techno Future


1
A Sneak Peak to a Techno Future
  • Jamie Isom, Superintendent
  • Valentine Community Schools
  • NASB Convention
  • November 2009

2
Connect Teachers Connect Schools Connect
Students Connect Community
  • Use Technology

3
Get the Technology
  • Commitment
  • District resources
  • ESU Resources
  • Expectation of staff, students, and schools
  • Other resources

4
Why use Technology?
  • ESU 17 covers north central portion of the state
  • five school districts
  • Valentine District is 3,400 square miles
  • Multiple attendance centers farthest one 75
    miles out

5
Why connect?
  • Communicate and interact with other schools and
    students and teachers
  • 21st century skills
  • http//www.public.iastate.edu/mcleod/didyouknow/d
    idyouknow4.mpg

6
Cherry County/VCS
Cherry County Statistics a geographic area of
5961 square miles. 96 miles long and 63 miles
wide. the largest county in the USA and is
larger than Rhode Island and Delaware combined.
Cherry County-Nebraska History. CFC
Productions. 2003. Web. November 17, 2009.
7
Electronic Passport to Learning
  • Jan Knispel
  • Language Arts Department Head 6-12 Senior English
    Instructor
  • MidPlains Community College Adjunct Instructor
  • Valentine High School

8
Learning Web
  • Learning Web project, a technology integration
    project sponsored by the ESUs, designed to build
    a core group of teachers who will make a
    cooperative effort to make use of new
    technologies in the delivery of curriculum.

NETA is the showcase for the Learning Web teams.
9
Electronic Passport to Learning Team
  • Learning Web/NETA
  • ESU17 Mary Gurney and Patti Finney organized the
    Learning Web Team
  • 3 from Valentine Rural High School
  • 2 Cherry County Rural Schools
  • 1 Keya Paha High School

10
Electric Passport to Learning Project Description
  • The use of technology to enable students and
    teachers grades K12 to improve communication
    skills through digital media and internet sharing
    of information with peers, teachers, schools and
    communities.

11
Issues Before Learning Web, My Elearning/Angel
  • Readability Handwriting
  • Turnaround time
  • Student Peer Review time
  • Saving Paper
  • Technology was basic
  • keyboarding

12
Instructional Strategies
  • Note-Taking
  • Technology use
  • Cooperative Learning/Peer Review
  • Writing Skills
  • Feedback timely and readable.
  • Technology use increased for teachers and
    students

13
VCS Rural Schools K-8
  • The Internet, video cameras, tape recorders,
    digital cameras, and Microsoft movie maker
  • Created a comparison of past to the present.
  • Shared presentations across the internet.

14
Then and Now Business Education Dana Buurman
  • 2004 to 2009
  • 2004 Participating Classes
  • Basic Computer Applications
  • Advanced Computer Applications
  • Intro to Marketing
  • Accessing network server folders for paper
    delivery
  • Use of web page design software
  • Internet-Teacher webpage
  • Server access from home

15
Business Ed Dana Buurman
  • 2009 Now using Angel through Myelearning for
    Distance Learning Marketing class
  • Continues to use Windows server, Vision 6
  • Adding to Angel/Myelearning next year
  • Will add Info tech I and II classes and
    Assessment
  • Using video clips,Youtube, and PowerMedia Plus

16
Continued in 2009
  • Mrs. Hanzlicek uses
  • Skype to interact with other rural schools on
    classroom projects
  • The computer and video camera to create projects
  • Introduce students to technology.

17
Julie Hoefs Then and Now Mathematics Education
  • Use of tablet PC
  • Smart Board-student attention/participation
  • teaching mathematic concepts
  • geometry and pre-calculus
  • Smart Board moved to a different
  • teacher
  • Webpage software
  • Note access and Calendar
  • Class photos and other information
  • May change to Angel for student access and
    information

18
Dual Credit Issues
  • College credit transfer to Nebraska colleges
    composition course.
  • MPCC required Specific text and Process Logs
  • Two semesters VHS1 semester MPCC
  • VHS two semesters numerous assignments

19
English Then-The Goal
  • Need for technology for papers to be
    electronically submitted and returned
  • Faster turn around -student and teacher
  • Clarity issues
  • Handwriting
  • GO, PL, AN

20
Physical appearance…Then
  • Boxes of papers
  • Boxes of research
  • Boxes of red pens
  • Time, time, time
  • 36 hours to correct
  • Research papers
  • One assignment

21
Student issues-Then
  • My handwriting
  • And numerous
  • comments
  • Frustrations

22
Paperless Classroom and My ELearning
  • The Plan
  • Computers in classroom-lab/cart
  • Angel use in late fall of 2006

23
Physical Appearance Now
  • Correcting time
  • 1/3 the time
  • Handwriting
  • No longer an issue
  • Paper saved
  • 55,000 sheets

24
Angel/myelearning
  • Angel is a Learning Management Suite, now owned
    by Blackboard.
  • VCS purchased through Myelearning for
    approximately four dollars per account.
  • All teachers and students have accounts. Students
    can be enrolled with one account into all their
    teachers classes.

25
Now How does it work?
  • Protected by password
  • Teacher/Student Accounts
  • Builds webpage assignments, drop boxes and other
    folders/data repositories
  • Collects/downloads assignments/documents
  • Corrects/Uploads assignments/documents
  • Can save documents on line or on hard drive,
    flash drive

26
Students
  • Assignments posted/submitted/uploaded by
    students.
  • Save and share documents within folders/drop
    boxes
  • Peer Review in teams
  • as in-class and between class groups/from home
  • Download peer review
  • Internal email from student/student/teacher
  • Receives assignments after grading/grade book

27
Benefits
  • Teacher Time Now 1/3rd of time in 2004
  • Paper saved 55,000 pieces a year
  • Students access from around the
    continent/world-Ohio to Mexico to?
  • Distance Learning Student participation
  • Student work groups
  • Team work In class and cross class teams
  • Assignments available immediately
  • Real Time work submission

28
The Future at VHS/VCS
  • More teachers
  • More curricular areas
  • Accounts district wide
  • One studentone account can be accessed for
    numerous curricular area
  • Several teachers share students

29
Questions?
30
Sneak Peak to a Techno Future
  • Molly Aschoff
  • Valentine Elementary School
  • Fifth grade
  • Social Studies Language Arts

31
ESU 17 Learning Web Team 2008-2009
  • Our goal was to improve technology use in the
    classroom
  • Improve student learning with the use of
    technology
  • Connect with classrooms in other schools to
    enhance student learning

32
  • TEAM MEMBERS
  • Linda Schafer Cutcomb Lake Attendance Center
    K-2nd
  • Nicole Osnes Valentine Elementary School
    3rd-5th Grade Enrichment Reading
  • Deb Obermiller Valentine Elementary School-4th
    Grade
  • Molly Aschoff Valentine Elementary School-5th
    Grade
  • Amanda Ganser Ainsworth Elementary School
    K-6th Computers
  • Susan Scholtes Ainsworth Elementary School
    4th Grade

33
Technologies Implemented
  • Video Conferencing Polycom cart Skype
  • Movie Making iMovie PhotoStory
  • Podcasting Garage Band
  • Clickers eInstruction
  • Web based tools Google Earth, Gizmos,
    Webquests

34
Marzanos Instructional Strategies
  • Nonlinguistic representations
  • Cooperative learning
  • Homework and practice
  • Providing feedback
  • Identifying similarities and differences
  • Goals

35
Gizmos
  • ExploreLearning.com offers the world's largest
    library of interactive online simulations for
    math and science education in grades 3-12
  • Theyre fun, easy to use, and they help students
    develop a deep understanding of challenging
    concepts through inquiry and exploration
  • Designed to supplement your existing curriculum.
    Gizmos are correlated to state curriculum
    standards and over 200 textbooks, making them
    easy to integrate into your instructional program

36
GIZMO Phases of the Moon explorelearning.com
37
GIZMO Phases of the Moon
38
Podcasts
  • Used Garageband
  • Book talks
  • Could also be used for readers theater, radio
    shows, and an artifact to show students fluency
  • Students created script first and then practiced
  • They were able to see how loud or soft they
    spoke.
  • Added music for the background

39
Student Input on Podcasting
  • Liked writing our own script
  • Liked using expressions with voice…high and low
    voices
  • Research
  • Picking out the music
  • Helped me learn stuff….more about the tundra
  • Pretend to be somebody different….pretend to be
    a person of knowledge….like Bill Nye the Science
    Guy….and that is not me!
  • Putting it on-line!

40
Student Input on Podcasting
  • Taping and Sharing with family!
  • Putting it on-line!
  • Working with friends!
  • Took too long!

41
iMovies
  • Used iMovie HD
  • Created an iMovie based on information read in a
    nonfiction article in reading class
  • Students created scripts and found pictures
  • PicturesMake sure to transfer into I-Photo first
  • VoicesRecorded directly into I-Movie, but you
    could also use Garageband
  • Transitions and titles added at the end

42
Student Thoughts on iMovie
  • My favorite part was being able choose the
    transitions and sounds.
  • I liked talking into the microphone for the
    sound.
  • I liked working with my partners.

43
Webquests
  • a WebQuest challenges students to explore the web
    for information and it is an excellent way to
    integrate the Internet into the classroom
  • Sites have already been approved by other
    teachers, so students arent out there just
    surfing the internet
  • http//webquest.org/index

44
Photo Story
Personal Narratives Field Trip Tours Self
Illustrated Poems Directions for Completing a Task
45
owerpoint
Presidential Election Brown County Historical
Society Dream House Floor Plans What am
I? Personification Presentations Camp Pamphlets
46
Garage Band
Historical Interviews Book Reads Radio
Commercials Nursery Rhyme Renditions Living
Poems
47
Weather Project
48
Skype video conferencing
  • A software application (free download) that
    allows users to make voice calls over the
    internet
  • Calls to other users are free
  • Other features are instant messaging, file
    transfer, and video conferencing

49
  • Skype free download at http//www.skype.com/
  • Webquests http//webquest.org/index.php
  • GIZMO at http//www.explorelearning.com/
  • 30 day free trial

50
QUESTIONS
51
  • Thank you all for coming to our session
About PowerShow.com