2 Adobe Connect Participant First Steps HeadsetsFirst time Users linkhttps://seminars.adobeconnect.com/_a227210/vqs-participants/Audio Setup WizardAll users should be encouraged to use headsets.First time users should consult the link to check java and configuration ahead of timeAudio set up wizard can be done right before the session, if they wish, but should be complete before beginning.Remind people to stay on “mute” unless they are called on to speak.
3 Audio Setup Make sure your earphones (and microphone if you have one) work Audio Setup UtilityOpen Meeting menu > Audio Setup Wizard
5 Speaking during Webinar If you want to use your MicrophoneClick Raise hand under the raised hand icon in the menu bar.
6 Agenda Welcome Using Adobe Connect Introductions Overview AZ Teach 21 Arizona Educational Technology StandardsGrade Level Implementation GuideArizona Technology Integration Matrix (AZ TIM)Registering on SIT site.
7 Participant Window Permissions audio video chat application sharing Image of Participant Window which shows the following areas:Permissionsaudiovideochatapplication sharingwhiteboardraise handemoticonsstep awaypolling
8 Chat WindowPermission to use ChatSend a Text MessagePublicPrivate
9 Polling Types Yes/No Multiple Choice Responses will appear in the “Participants” window if the moderator has chosen to show them.
10 Introductions Please tell us: your name where you teach what you teach one goal you have for completing AZ Teach 21
11 Riddle MeI am light with dark markings and smooth like a rock, where learning occurs, I help convey thought. What am I?
13 I am one of a group of nine. I have 6 sections and 12 subsections I am one of a group of nine. I have 6 sections and 12 subsections. I have very little pressure on me, but some of the other nine in my group have huge expectations and pressure. What am I?
16 What are some resources and tools available for AZ educators to meet the AZ Educational Technology standards?AZ Teach 21 CourseAZ TIMImplementation GuideQuick look at standards
17 What is it?Implementation Guide“The Implementation Guide will show you not only the strands and POs, but also ideas on how they fit within your curriculum.”
18 Grade Level Implementation Guide The TeamDeveloped by:a team of teachers from across Arizonarange of grade levels and content areaslibrarians, administrators and technology coaches
19 Grade Level Implementation Guide: Goal Explanations of each strandExamples of application and integrationThe goal of the Implementation Guide is to provide specific examples of integration and implementation of the 2009 Arizona Educational Technology Standards within core curriculum areas. The Glossary provides a resource to assist teachers and students with actual implementation.
20 Grade Level Implementation Guide http://ade. az Select Word or PDF files to download
26 Grade Level Implementation Guide: Example / https://www.azed.gov/standards/technology/Articulated_Grade_LevelLocate your grade levelSelect a strandFind an example listed in the Grade Level Implementation Guide that could be integrated into something you are currently teaching or have taught this year.Select the check mark when you are ready.Grade Level Implementation Guide: Example /
27 Grade Level Implementation Guide: Applications Content instructionEducational Technology skillsDifferentiated instructionVary presentation modeEnhance content instructionSupport development of skills in the application of Educational TechnologyEncourage differentiated instructionIllustrate a specific concept in another way
28 Grade Level Implementation Guide: Locate information Resource GuideComprehensive documentSearch StrategiesKey wordsSearch by content areas in Curriculum ConnectionsMatch standardDue to the large amount of information contained in the document, we have some suggestions about finding pertinent information for your use. Use “Find” with key words (Example: Civil War) to find any activities or ideas that matchFor crosswalked standards, use “Find” for general core areas: SS, SC, Reading, Writing, and then look to see if the ideas for that core standard works for the lessonFor crosswalked standards, enter a specific core standard being taught in “Find” to locate a match. Must use exact format. Example: M 04-S3C2 or more specific M 04-S3C2-01
30 AZ Technology Integration Matrix (TIM) Produced by a team of Arizona teachers through the Arizona K-12 Center at Northern Arizona University Adapted from the Technology Integration Matrix produced by the Florida Center for Instructional Technology Funded by American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) funds administered by the Arizona Department of Education in addition to partial funding from the Arizona K-12 Center
31 The Matrix The matrix combines with Five interdependent characteristics of meaningful learning environments active, collaborative, constructive, authentic, and goal directedwithFive levels of technology integration: Entry, Adoption, Adaptation, Infusion, and TransformationResulting in 25 cells of true classroom examples.
32 Technology in Action Within the matrix, each cell contains two lesson plans andtwo video clips of those lessons in the classroomwhere technology integration is used to increase student achievement and engagement.
33 Explore AZ TIM http://www.azk12.org/tim/index.shtml Select a cell you’d like to viewClick on that cellSelect one of the two lessons displayedNote the location of the video (you can view it later)Scroll through the lesson belowSelect the check mark when you are ready
34 Implementation Guide Team Joshua Briese Excelensia Elementary, Creighton, MaricopaReed Brotherton Fowler Elementary District, MaricopaStuart Charlip Desert Edge, Agua Fria, MaricopaDebra Cordero Congress Elementary, Congress, YavapaiTracy Cornelius Combs HS, J O Combs, PinalJodie Dominguez Madison Rose Lane, Madison, MaricopaDeanna Fife Cross MS, Amphitheater, PimaShelby Hobart retiredJulia Howe Yuma Technology Consortium, YumaMaureen Hrabar DeGrazia Elementary/Marana, PimaScott Keller West Sedona Elementary, Sedona, YavapaiSonja London-Hall Sinagua MS/Coconino HS, Flagstaff, CoconinoRebecca Love McClintock HS, Tempe, MaricopaMichelle Ravnikar Lake Havasu District, MojavePatricia Roach Coconino HS, Flagstaff, CoconinoBeth Sanborn Mt. Eldon MS, Flagstaff, CoconinoKim Thomas Madison District Office, MaricopaMari Westerhausen Coronado Elementary, Higley, MaricopaJannifer Wolfgramm Gilliland MS, Tempe, Maricopa