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1 The One-to-One Computing Challenge: Overcoming Barriers View all upcoming Sponsored by: Gerald Herbert/AP

2 Webinar Host Craig Stone Online Production Manager, edweek.org

3 Our Moderator Michelle Davis Senior writer, Education Week Digital Directions

4 Featured Guests Brion Deitsch Superintendent, Fairview Park City Schools, Fairview Park, Ohio Matt Federoff Chief information officer, Vail School District, Vail, Ariz. Steve Garton Coordinator of educational technology, Maine Department of Education

5 Spotlight on E-learning Education Week's Spotlight on E-learning provides insights on the growth of online classes, research on the effectiveness of online learning, managing the schedules of virtual classrooms, organizing and preparing to teach virtual classes, online professional development, and more. Buy now!

6 Maine 1 to 1 Steve Garton Coordinator of Educational Technology State of Maine Department of Education

7 Maine - by the numbers State of Maine Land Area: 91,646 km 2 (South Korea: 100,032 km 2 ) Total population: 1.3 million Student population (K12): 187,000 Maine Learning Technology Initiative Schools: 373 secondary schools 7-8: 100% | 9-12: 55% ~70,000 laptops

8 Gains in Student Achievement Compared before and after 1-to-1 implementation Writing scores on MEA improved approximately 1/3 of a standard deviation Twice as many students using laptops for all stage of writing process met proficiency standard Improvements were independent of test format – online or paper and pencil. mlti.org Writing

9 Gains in Student Achievement 2-year study that included professional development for teachers in experimental group Improvement in teachers knowledge and practice with technology Improvement in students scores on tests designed for study and on MEAs. Math mlti.org

10 Why it works Total system approach. Standardization and scale. Professional development. Ongoing hardware commitment. (Refresh cycle, maintenance, low yearly set cost.) Custom designed software image. Common support channels. Common robust wireless networks

11 Content Pedagogy Technology C P T TPCK Dr. Matthew Koehler and Dr. Punya Mishra

12 SAMR Dr. Ruben Puentadura

13 Substitution Acts as a direct tool substitute, with no functional change Augmentation Acts as a direct tool substitute, with functional improvement Modification Allows for significant task redesign Redefinition Allows for the creation of new tasks, previously inconceivable

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15 iTunes U

16 1:1 Ecosystem Student a personal digital device, at the point of learning, as defined by the student TeacherTPCK-SAMR Professional Development Classroom focused, role-based Technical Support Embedded, Student/Teacher centric Infrastructure Wireless & Ubiquitous Leadership Pressure and Support 21st Century Tools Portable, professional, robust. Foster collaboration and communication

17 Lessons learned Leadership, Leadership, Leadership. F2F PD is necessary, but not scalable, and expensive Centralized State contract one throat to choke works

18 Questions? mlti.org maine121.org

19 ThinkPad ® X100e Empowering 21st-century education HD display Trackpoint and touchpad Spill-resistant keyboard Starting at $449

20 Fairview Park City School District Brion Deitsch, Superintendent Overcoming Barriers to One-to-One Programs

21 Overcoming Barriers to One-to-One Programs Fairview Park City School District: The Challenge IT flavor of the month Vendor driven – not application driven Incongruent use of network capabilities No plan for growth

22 Overcoming Barriers to One-to-One Programs Fairview Park City School District: The Solution Increase student engagement Develop a cost-effective and sustainable plan Create a 21st-century learning environment Position the district as an educational leader The result: Plan and implement a one-to-one learning program across the district

23 Overcoming Barriers to One-to-One Programs Fairview Park City School District: Community/Stakeholder Involvement High school parent advisory committee High school staff technology committee Business advisory council Financial oversight committee Students piloted various hardware options and provided feedback Engaged community members with private- sector IT experience

24 Overcoming Barriers to One-to-One Programs Fairview Park City School District: Whats Next Implementation starts this fall Students are excited, anticipation is high Staff is reinvigorated Community-wide support and excitement translates into more community involvement Numerous inquiries from other districts Early data indicate increased enrollment through move-ins, transfers from non-public and community schools

25 Overcoming Barriers to One-to-One Programs Fairview Park City School District: Lessons Learned Research your options: Your first choice/most popular option may not be the most effective option Consider your budget and sustainability: Cost myths – high/low Finite leadership and planning Must have the discipline to follow the plan Must have a true open mind and ability to think outside the box

26 Overcoming Barriers to One-to-One Programs Fairview Park City School District: Resources Contact: Web: Brion Deitsch, Ryan Ghizzoni, Ed Sobczynski,

27 One-to-One... As You Like It Matt Federoff Chief Information Officer Vail School District Vail, Arizona

28 The Internet Bus?

29 In Vail, we have two One-to-One initiatives At Empire High School, we provide the laptop (A traditional one-to-one, since 2005) At Cienega High School, the students bring their own laptops (BYOL, since 2009)

30 What do both require? An enterprise-class wireless network Able to do multiple SSIDs on multiple VLANs Solid Proxy Content Filter (so the kids are always protected, but can connect anywhere) On-site technical support On-site clerical support (lots of bookkeeping)

31 What would be nice? Enterprise wireless integrated with Directory Services (RADIUS). This lets your teachers and students be on different Wireless LANs Content Filter integrated with Directory Services (you are filtered based upon who you are, not where you are)

32 We provide the laptop Imaging Capabilities (100s of laptops, with multiple images) 10% Spares In-House Repair (Self Servicing) Storage and Bookkeeping

33 We provide the laptop Advantages Complete control of the student machine Consistent, reliable toolset for the teacher Training and Prof. Development are easier Disadvantages Expensive School is on the hook for everything

34 BYOL Low Entanglement Model We set minimum specifications for laptops We provide connectivity and nothing else RADIUS and Directory Services control student access to wireless We created Digital Sections - where the laptop is required

35 BYOL Advantages Little or no cost to school School not responsible for repair/replacement Disadvantages Very little (or no) control over student machines Wide variability of technologies Teachers cant assume consistent toolset, professional development is harder

36 The Future? The School Bus Model Schools will provide a basic device (iPad?) If a student can do better, they can bring their own device

37 Spotlight on E-learning Education Week's Spotlight on E-learning provides insights on the growth of online classes, research on the effectiveness of online learning, managing the schedules of virtual classrooms, organizing and preparing to teach virtual classes, online professional development, and more. Buy now!

38 Join our community of ed. tech leaders and educators at the Digital Directions social network on Ning. Discuss, collaborate, and get answers to your most pressing ed. tech questions.

39 An on-demand archive of this webinar is going to be available at in less than 24hrs. Thanks for taking part today. We really appreciate it. The edweek.org

40 ThinkPad ® X100e Empowering 21st-century education HD display Trackpoint and touchpad Spill-resistant keyboard Starting at $449

41 Ca Ra Int Com Int Com SEA ARRA $ $ Ext Com Ext Com SS 802 HW SW vPro ENet SW N N W W HW Data ID Filter Safe Emp Ena Disc PD TCC RA LMS Stand- ards DyK eLearn QPP LCD Publish Student CP Cloud Web SIS HST Int SP Needs Cloud P21 DS ERP AM DB Cloud NCLB DOC XLS ON Cloud PP PSe PRe Ct Cloud Sb policy infrastructure device security training curriculum class mgmt office apps creation apps assessment data mgmt content 1:1 Computing Table of Elements © 2010 Lenovo VST A A TRC Lenovo helps guide schools to 1:1


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