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Title: DPI Instructional Media


1
DPI Instructional Media Technology
TeamProgram UPDATE - March 2009
http//dpi.wi.gov/imt/ppt/WEMTA09.ppt
  • Department of Public Instruction
  • Instructional Media Technology Team
  • Nancy Anderson Stuart Ciske Steve Sanders
    Donna Steffan Amy French

2
IMT Staff Responsibilities
  • Steve Sanders - 608.266.3856 - stephen.sanders_at_dpi
    .wi.gov
  • Distance Education - E-Rate - CITSC -
    Instructional Technology Certification - WADEN
  • Nancy Anderson - 608.267.9287 -
    nancy.anderson_at_dpi.wi.gov
  • School Library Issues - Common School Fund -
    Library Media Certification - WEMTA Liaison -
    Reading First
  • Stuart Ciske - 608.267.9289 - stuart.ciske_at_dpi.wi.
    gov
  • ESEA Monitoring - Intel - Program Eval Needs
    Assessments - Info Tech Planning
  • Donna Steffan - 608.267.1282 - donna.steffan_at_dpi.w
    i.gov
  • EETT Competitive - Information Tech Planning
    Thinkfinity - ECB Liaison
  • Amy French - 608.261.6327 - amy.french_at_dpi.wi.gov
  • ESEA Consolidated - Formula Program Plan ESEA
    End-of-Year Report

3
IMTT Update
  • ITL Standards Update
  • Budget and Resources
  • Professional Development Virtual Resources
  • Open Q A
  • Informational slides at end of presentation

4
Information Technology Literacy Standards
  • ITL Standards Update
  • Grade 8 Literacy Reporting
  • Title II D Onsite Monitoring

5
ITL Standards Update
  • Process from Fall 2008 Regionals
  • Great discussion and feedback from all 4 regional
    meetings
  • Two main themes
  • Adopt ISTE 2007 Student Standards as replacement
  • Tweak/wordsmith our current ITLS to match ISTE
    and add from AASL standards

6
21st Century Learning
  • This is a story about the big public
    conversation the nation is not having about
    education whether an entire generation of kids
    will fail to make the grade in the global economy
    because they cant think their way through
    abstract problems, work in teams, distinguish
    good information from bad, or speak a language
    other than English.
  • How to Build a Student for the 21st Century,
    TIME Magazine, Dec. 18, 2006

7
Recommendations for Revising StandardsADP/P21
Leadership and Design Teams
  • The standards should reflect consistent content
    and formatting
  • vertically aligned
  • grade band standards
  • grade level (PK-8) and course (9-12) expectations
  • Identify power or essential standards for
    classroom instruction and assessment.
  • Show within each grade band the grade-by-grade
    progress that is targeted for each power
    standard.
  • Integrate 21st century skills and foster cross
    curricular connections among disciplines.

7
8
Infusing Standards with 21st Century Skills
  • English Language Arts
  • Media and Technology
  • Use a variety of technologies to acquire,
    analyze, evaluate, and create media,
    independently and collaboratively

8
9
Infusing Standards with 21st Century Skills
  • Mathematics
  • Statistics and Probability
  • Work with data in the context of real-world
    situations by using technology such as a graphing
    calculators or spreadsheets to generate displays,
    summary statistics, presentations, and
    qualitative graphs
  • Recognize when arguments based on data confuse
    correlations with causation use understanding of
    sampling bias to evaluate research claims

9
10
PreK-2 Grade Band Standard Numbers and Number
Sense (Number and Algebra)Children begin to
understand the meaning of whole numbers as they
learn to quantify things in their environment,
talk about counting, and represent the quantities
using drawings or written numerals. They explore
a variety of number relationships that lay the
foundation to computational fluency and base-ten
understanding.  
11
Every student in your schoolor district must be
  • A critical thinker
  • A problem solver
  • An innovator
  • An effective communicator
  • An effective collaborator
  • A self-directed learner
  • Information and media literate
  • Globally aware
  • Civically engaged
  • Financially and economically literate
  • What will it take to make this
    happen?

12
For more information and to provide feedback
onrevision of Wisconsins Model Academic
StandardsEnglish Language Arts and Mathematics
  • Paul Sandrock
  • Assistant Director
  • Content and Learning Team
  • s.paul.sandrock_at_dpi.wi.gov
  • 608-267-3726

13
Budget Resource Alignment
  • EETT / Recovery Funds
  • Common School Funds
  • LMS Staffing Data 2008-09

14
NCLB Title II D/EETT
EETT
FY09 (2009-10) Funding projected 3.5 M (1.7
over 08-09) NORMAL time frame
ARRA/Recovery Funding projected 9.17 M FORMULA
and COMPETITIVE
FY10 (2010-11) Funding projected same as
09-10 NORMAL time frame
15
ARRA/Recovery
  • DPI Recovery http//dpi.wi.gov/recovery
  • Ed Tech / Title IA / Title I School Improvement
  • Construction Money
  • Qualified School Construction Bonds
  • Qualified Zone Academy Bonds
  • Wisconsin Recovery http//www.recovery.wi.gov
  • Program Search
  • Education
  • Miscellaneous (Broadband)

 
16
ARRA/Recovery
  • Improve student achievement through school
    improvement and reform
  • Rigorous college and career ready standards and
    high quality assessments
  • Establish PK-16 and career data systems to track
    progress and foster continuous improvement
  • Increase teacher effectiveness and improve
    equitable distribution of highly-qualified
    teachers for all students
  • Provide intensive support and effective
    interventions for lowest performing schools
  • http//www.ed.gov/policy/gen/leg/recovery/implemen
    tation.html

17
NCLB Title II D/EETT
 
Note FY08 Formula Competitive include previous
year carryovers, FY09 and FY10 do not
18
Common School Fund
  • http//dpi.wi.gov/sfs/comsch.html
  • 2009-10 Information
  • Workgroup reconvening
  • What can be purchased
  • No carryover
  • Be Seen Be Heard - Meet Your State Leaders
  • Tuesday 8-845 Exhibit Hall B
  • Tia Nelson Tom German
  • Board of Commissioners for Public Lands

19
LMS Staffing Data 2008-09
20
Professional Development Virtual Resources
  • Thinkfinity
  • Wisconsin Intel Project
  • Technology Planning Workshops
  • Ask?Away / BadgerLink / WISCAT

21
Thinkfinity
  • http//www.thinkfinity.org/
  • FY08 trained
  • 142 new field trainers
  • 793 unique end-users
  • FY09 Plans
  • Certified training
  • Aug. 17 18
  • WI Online course end-users
  • Continue national online training
  • Rebuild WINSS

22
Intel Teach Program
  • Two Funding Sources
  • 43,500 grant for 2009 from Intel Ed Foundation
  • 150,000 EETT grant for 08-09
  • Build Capacity
  • Courses/Offerings
  • Essentials 10 Course
  • Thinking with Technology Course
  • Leadership Forum
  • http//dpi.wi.gov/imt/intel.html

23
Intel Teach Program
  • Plans for 2009
  • Re-certify past MTs via web
  • MT sessions (4 days)
  • Essentials 10 Feb 09
  • Teach with Tech Mar 09
  • Teach with Tech June 09 (TENT)
  • Essentials 10 Sept/Oct 09 (TENT)
  • Essentials 10 Nov 09 (TENT)
  • Leadership Forum curriculum revamped
  • Host 1-2 leadership ML events in Fall 2009
  • Examine need/capacity for pre-service classes at
    IHEs

24
Info Technology Planning
  • Key Dates -- Plans Expiring June 30, 2010
  • December 2009
  • Draft Complete by Form 470 Submission --
  • Plan Dates
  • 2010-11, 11-12, 12-13
  • (7-1-2010 to 6-30-2013)

25
Ask?Away
  • 24/7 365 Reference Service
  • Live Chat or email
  • Quick authoritative answers
  • Bibliography of links sent at end of session
  • FY08 Piloted by high schools
  • FY09 PD available for all school districts
  • Contact Martha Berninger martha.berninger_at_dpi.wi.g
    ov
  • http//dpi.wi.gov/rl/qp_form.html

26
BadgerLink
  • New Resources July 2009
  • Expect new/expanded features
  • Federated Searching
  • Authentication
  • TeachingBooks
  • Access Process
  • Ongoing Growth
  • New PD program
  • Contact David Sleasman --david.sleasman_at_dpi.wi.gov

27
WISCAT
  • Resource Sharing
  • Required by state statute -- Local Policy sets
    ILL rules
  • Annual Membership
  • 200 per library login code per year / Can pay
    with CSF
  • Upload current db to join update holdings w/new
    uploads
  • Features
  • Union/Virtual Catalog Federated Searching
  • Customize locally
  • Design SPLASH page / Scoping library search
    groups / Enter Local Calendar
  • New PD program
  • Contact David Sleasman david.sleasman_at_dpi.wi.gov

28
Points to Ponder
  • How are districts using multiple resources and
    programs to foster best practices PK-12?
  • In what ways can IMTT support your efforts at
    implementing Thinkfinity, Intel and other
    programs in your district?

29
Upcoming Events
  • http//dpi.wi.gov/calendar/calendar.aspx
  • April is School Library Media Month
  • Apr 12-18 National Library Week
  • http//www.ala.org/
  • May 11-17 Natl Childrens Book Week
  • http//www.bookweekonline.com/
  • June 28-July 1 NECC 09 in Washington, DC
  • July 9-15 ALA Annual Conference in Chicago, IL
  • Oct 20-23 Wisconsin Library Association Annual
    Conference in Appleton, WI

30
Gr. 8 Tech Literacy REPORTING
  • What kind of data/information do I need?

31
Gr. 8 Tech Literacy REPORTING
32
Title IID/EETT On-Site Monitoring
  • 2009-10
  • CESAs 1, 6, 8, 11 Milwaukee, Racine and Green
    Bay
  • 2008-09
  • Milwaukee, Madison Kenosha
  • CESA 3
  • Richland, River Valley, Weston IIIA Consortium
  • CESA 4
  • Alma, Norwalk-Ontario-Wilton, Sparta IIIA and
    IID Consortia
  • CESA 7
  • Gibraltar, Sheboygan, Two Rivers IIIA
    Consortium
  • CESA 9
  • Athens, Rib Lake, Rhinelander IIIA Consortium

33
Info Tech Plan Expiration Dates
  • Draft Complete by Form 470 Submission
  • Very Important! -- SLD has audited
  • DPI required to provide records of certification
    dates

34
Info Technology Planning
  • Q What NEEDS ASSESSMENT tools replace enGauge?
  • A It Depends! What data are you seeking?
  • Flexibility to use tools of your choice
  • Data can come from a variety of sources
  • Still be responsible for the same areas of
    emphasis
  • Student Proficiency Educator Proficiency
    Teaching Learning Practices Access to
    Resources/Tools Systems Support/Leadership
  • Making the Grade Reviewing Staff Student Tech
    Assessments PPT and handout is available at
    http//dpi.wi.gov/imt/ppt/Making_the_Grade.ppt

35
Student Learning Through Wisconsin School Library
Media Centers
  • http//dpi.wi.gov/imt/lmsstudy.html
  • Brochures (in PDF)
  • Your Child's Library Media Center What Parents
    Should Know (available in Spanish)
  • Measuring Up Characteristics of Quality School
    Libraries (available in Spanish)
  • Powerful Partnerships School Library Media
    Specialist You
  • Single Page Handouts (in PDF)
  • Key Study Findings
  • Executive Summary
  • Summary Findings of Study
  • Study Final Reports (in PDF)

36
Title IID/EETT On-Site Monitoring
  • What do I need to have on hand for monitoring?
  • Documentation/Evidence of
  • Current Certified Tech Plan
  • Providing high quality professional development
    to foster the integration of technology INTO the
    curriculum
  • Full integration (PK-12) of technology throughout
    the curriculum based on Wisconsin Model Academic
    Standards (WMAS)
  • Grade 8 Literacy plan, documents and data
  • Expenditures align to ESEA Consolidated Plan

37
Title IID/EETT Formula
38
E-Rate
  • DPI training session archive
  • http//media2.wi.gov/DPI/Catalog
  • click on Instructional Media and Technology in
    left menu

39
Microsoft Settlement
  • Original Settlement
  • Verification letters currently being sent
  • Vouchers will start when letters complete
  • First Cy Pres
  • Goes to schools with 33 1/3 or more students
    eligible for free or reduced lunch in 2005
  • Will have short application
  • Watch for announcement on lists

40
Technology Media Email Lists
  • http//dpi.wi.gov/imt/listserv.html
  • ltlist namegt_at_lists.dpi.wi.gov
  • WiPK-12 General PK-12 education discussion list
  • WEMTA WEMTA members/others educ media issues
  • WeTECH PK-12 educational technology
  • WiErate E-rate issues and activities
  • Channel Weekly issues/activities for
    school/public libraries
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