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Title: What%20is%20the%20role%20of%20the%20school%20community%20in%20ensuring%20that%20students%20are%20Internet%20literate%20and%20ready%20for%20cyberspace?%20The%20presentation%20will%20discuss%20the%20administrators


1
What is the role of the school community in
ensuring that students are Internet literate and
ready for cyberspace? The presentation will
discuss the administrators role in the
integration of the Internet into the school
community and the schools daily activities.
2
The Internet and ICT are not subjects.
The Internet and ICT are learning TOOLS.
  • Students today are born into a world with
    Internet and ICT all around them
  • Create an environment to foster this

3
The cons
  • Commercial Sites
  • Text based sites
  • Not all sites are interactive
  • Takes time to find sites of interest for
    learners

4
  • Encourages the creation of non computer related
    activities
  • Links to other sites
  • Always getting the latest resource
  • Learner centered
  • Students controlling their own learning
  • Internet literacy
  • Cooperative
  • Affective learning
  • Learning styles and multiple intelligences

The Pros
Outweigh the cons
5
Internet Literacy- age appropriate
  • Know what it is and what it is used for
  • Critically assessing sites
  • Navigation skills/research skills
  • Responsible use

6
Cooperative Learning
  • Social skills
  • Learn how to deal with constructive feedback
  • Learn how to reach a consensus
  • Awareness of their contribution
  • Learn about different jobs and roles
  • Listening skills
  • Verbal skills
  • Appreciate diversity

7
Affective Learning
  • Enthusiasm
  • Motivation
  • Expressing opinions
  • Talking about frustrations
  • Reflection

8
Learning Styles and Multiple Intelligences
  • Manipulation
  • Words and numbers
  • Sounds and movies
  • Work on strengths and weaknesses

Child-centered learning
Alphabet Adventure Gallery
9
The role of the administrator, commissioner and
learning community
  • Plan for change
  • Be a role model
  • Water your flowers

10
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Plan for change
  • Make sure your school is equipped -High
    performance computers in all cycles -Get wired
    (min. 1 per classroom K-11)
  • High schools - Continuity of access
  • ALL ABOARD! - Tech Team

11
  • Who is on the Tech Team?
  • One rep per cycle and a school administrator
  • What does the Tech Team do?
  • Meet at least once per month for an official
    meeting
  • Release time is provided
  • Minutes are taken
  • An agenda is posted for the staff
  • Look at ICT Exit Profiles http//www.qesn.meq.
    gouv.qc.ca/connection/Prof_Practice/Techexit/teche
    xit1.htm
  • Tech inventory
  • Assess hardware/software needs based on the
    inventory
  • Dissemination of ICT info to the rest of the
    staff (conference, project info etc. given
    to them by their CEMIS)
  • Occasional troubleshooting
  • They are the hub of tech integration in the
    school keeping the staff informed

Tech Team
12
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Creative use of resources
  • Prioritizing the budget I.e., make informed
    choices - Ask around!
  • Looking at scheduling
  • Place computers in the classroom
  • Distribution based on use

13
Be a role model
  • Use it yourself!
  • Be in tune with teachers needs
  • Allow teachers to take the equipment home and
    take it home yourself
  • Use the Internet to communicate (staff and
    community)
  • Have a school web site

14
Water Your Flowers
  • Support and value teachers who are using
    technology
  • Encourage people to share
  • Celebrate success!!!
  • Change is a process not a destination.

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Created by Sabine Cossette - CEMIS Consultant
EMSB, LBPSB Centers for the Enrichment in
Educational Technology All clip art was created
by kindergarten children participating in the
province-wide Alphabet Adventure Gallery Project
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