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Title: State of MI Educational Technology Plan Online Learning 8th Grade Technology Literacy PowerUP 2006 Conference Oakland Schools Barb Fardell and Ron Faulds Michigan Department of Education


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State of MI Educational Technology PlanOnline
Learning8th Grade Technology LiteracyPowerUP
2006 ConferenceOakland SchoolsBarb Fardell and
Ron FauldsMichigan Department of Education
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  • Michigans economic survival demands that we have
    a workforce that can compete not only with the
    rest of the country, but with the rest of the
    world.
  • Yes the world is

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FLAT
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NCLB Requirement
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  • It is a goal of the Federal Government, as stated
    in No Child Left Behind, that a school will
  • Assist every student in crossing the digital
    divide by ensuring that every student is
    technologically literate by the time the student
    finishes the eighth grade, regardless of the
    students race, ethnicity, gender, family income,
    geographic location, or disability.

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How will we achieve this goal?
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  • New State Educational Technology Plan
  • New Technology Standards

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Define technology
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  • Technology is how people modify the natural world
    to suit their own purposes.
  • ISTE


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SETDA Definition
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  • Technology literacy is the ability to responsibly
    use appropriate technology to communicate, solve
    problems, and access, manage, integrate,
    evaluate, and create information to improve
    learning in all subject areas and to acquire
    lifelong knowledge and skills in the 21st century.

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Time for a new State Educational Technology Plan
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  • Last plan written in 1998 and updated twice
    2000 and 2004
  • New National Educational Technology Plan

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Michigan Educational Technology PlanGoal
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  • Prepare Michigan students to become productive
    citizens in a global society.

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Michigan Educational Technology Plan Eight Steps
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Leadership
  • Michigan will provide leadership for educational
    technology in order to expand and develop
    transformative learning environments that
    increase student achievement.

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Michigan Educational Technology Plan Eight Steps
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Digital Citizenship
  • Every Michigan student will be proficient in
    technology and will demonstrate the ethical use
    of technology as a digital citizen and lifelong
    learner.

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Michigan Educational Technology Plan Eight Steps
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Student Learning
  • Every Michigan student will have meaningful
    technology-enabled learning opportunities based
    on research and best practice that include
    virtual learning experiences.

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Michigan Educational Technology Plan Eight Steps
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Data Driven Decisions
  • Every Michigan educator will use data effectively
    for classroom decision making and school
    improvement planning through an integrated local
    and statewide decision support system.

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Michigan Educational Technology Plan Eight Steps
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Professional Learning
  • Every Michigan educator will have the technology
    competencies to enable the transformation of
    teaching and learning to improve student
    achievement.

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Michigan Educational Technology Plan Eight Steps
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Broadband Access
  • Every Michigan classroom will have broadband
    Internet access to enable regular use of
    worldwide educational opportunities.

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Michigan Educational Technology Plan Eight Steps
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Shared Resources
  • Every Michigan educator and learner will have
    equitable and sustained access, through statewide
    coordination and support, to resources necessary
    to transform teaching and learning through
    educational technology.

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Michigan Educational Technology Plan Eight Steps
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Funding
  • Michigan will develop innovative methods of
    funding to transform and sustain teaching and
    learning through educational technology and build
    local, regional, and statewide capacity.

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Conclusions
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  • Americas students need the knowledge and
    competence to compete in an increasingly
    technology-driven world economy.
  • This need demands new models of education
    facilitated by educational technology.
  • Industry is far ahead of education. Tech-savvy
    high school students often are far ahead of their
    teachers.

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Conclusions
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  • Some of the most promising new educational
    approaches are being developed outside the
    traditional educational system, through
    e-learning and virtual schools.
  • This is an exciting, creative and transforming
    era for students, teachers, administrators,
    policymakers and parents.

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Together, we can use technology to ensure that
no child is left behind.
-- President George W. Bush
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  • Questions?

http//techplan.org
Barb Fardell - fardellb_at_michigan.gov Manager,
Educational Technology Michigan Department of
Education
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Michigan Educational Technology Standards
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  • Preparing Students for the 21st Century

Ron Faulds Consultant, Educational
Technology Michigan Department of Education
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NCLB Requirement
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  • It is a goal of the Federal Government, as stated
    in No Child Left Behind, that a school will
  • Assist every student in crossing the digital
    divide by ensuring that every student is
    technologically literate by the time the student
    finishes the eighth grade, regardless of the
    students race, ethnicity, gender, family income,
    geographic location, or disability.

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How will we achieve this goal?
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  • K-12 Technology Standards for Students
  • New State Educational Technology Plan

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StandardsCommon Focus
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  • Basic Operations and Concepts
  • Social, Ethical and Human Issues
  • Technology Productivity Tools
  • Technology Communications Tools
  • Technology Research Tools
  • Technology Problem-Solving Decision-Making
    Tools

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Teaching the Standards
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  • Formal technology course
  • Anytime before end of 8th grade with curriculum
    based on and addressing the Grades 6-8 METS
  • Concerned more with process than cognitive
  • Integrate the standards into existing curriculum
    (preferred)
  • Teacher Professional Development
  • Technology Enhanced Lesson Plans
  • Other resources aligned to MI Standards

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Technology integration is not
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  • putting computers in the classroom (without
    teacher training)
  • using pre-packaged programs unrelated to
    curriculum goals
  • using application software that does not address
    higher concepts or goals

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Technology integration is
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  • using computers effectively and efficiently in
    the general content areas to allow students to
    learn how to apply computer skills in meaningful
    ways
  • having the curriculum drive technology usage, not
    having technology drive the curriculum

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Measuring Competency
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  • Formal Assessment
  • Teacher Observation (checklist)
  • Required technology course (based on METS 6-8)
  • Portfolio

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Measuring Competency
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  • Formal Assessment
  • REMC Associations Technology Toolkit
  • Follow links to SPOTLIGHT ON
  • http//remc.org

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8th Grade Tech Lit Reporting
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  • Schools will be required to enter the percentage
    of their 8th grade students who are
    technologically literate into MEGS (Michigan
    Educational Grant System) by June 30, 2006.

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8th Grade Technology Literacy
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  • Authorized Officials have access to the
    Certification Menu

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8th Grade Technology Literacy
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  • The percentage is entered and compiled by MEGS
    for Statewide reporting

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Finding Help
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TECH PLAN.ORG
JES and Co
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Teacher PD
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Lesson Plans
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http//techplan.org/ci2005
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Online Experience
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  • House / Senate approved March 30, 2006
  • D) MEETS EITHER OF THE FOLLOWING, AS DETERMINED
    BY THE SCHOOL
  • DISTRICT OR PUBLIC SCHOOL ACADEMY
  • (i) HAS SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETED AT LEAST 1 COURSE
    OR LEARNING EXPERIENCE THAT IS PRESENTED ONLINE,
    AS DEFINED BY THE DEPARTMENT.
  • (ii) THE PUPIL'S SCHOOL DISTRICT OR PUBLIC SCHOOL
    ACADEMY HAS INTEGRATED AN ONLINE EXPERIENCE
    THROUGHOUT THE HIGH SCHOOL CURRICULUM BY ENSURING
    THAT EACH TEACHER OF EACH COURSE THAT PROVIDES
    THE REQUIRED CREDITS OF THE MICHIGAN MERIT
    CURRICULUM HAS INTEGRATED AN ONLINE EXPERIENCE
    INTO THE COURSE.

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Guidelines
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  • Available by mid-April
  • http//michigan.gov/mde
  • http//techplan.org

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REMINDER
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  • Over 400 district educational technology plans in
    Michigan are expiring 6/30/06.
  • DONT JEOPARDIZE YOUR eRATE FUNDING!
  • SUBMIT SOON!!!!!

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Thank you!
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  • Questions?
  • Comments?
  • Barb Fardell - fardellb_at_michigan.gov
  • Ron Faulds fauldsr_at_michigan.gov
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