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IGNITE USSA STAFF DEVELOPMENT DAY Presenters: Todd Hughes, Durant ISD Jason James, Clinton Public Schools
One to One: BYOD Bring Your Own Device: Tablet, PC, Mac, iDevice, Kindle, Nook, Phone Managing other devices on your network, Anti-virus, CIPA compliancy concerns, Device limitations
One to One: District provided Devices Tablet, PC, Mac, iDevice, Kindle, Nook, Phone Which device best suits the student learning environment, and capabilities? Build infrastructure to fit device or pick device to fit current infrastructure?
One to One: Applications Software suites vs. tablet applications Student e-mail MS Office Suite, Google Apps, digital textbooks, etc.
One to One: Internet Policies & Procedures What policies & procedures need to be in developed and in place before beginning a 1-1 Parent / Student Electronic Communication/Internet Usage Agreement Parent / Student Device Agreement Digital learning handbook
One to One: Insurance & Breakage Options for Complete Care of your devices and planning for breakage and normal wear & tear How to manage theft
One to One: Infrastructure Necessary switchgear, wireless access points, & structured cabling CIPA compliant internal & remote filtering
One to One: Digital Textbooks What format is compatible with device? (.exe, epub,.pdf, proprietary) Availability – already owned or need to purchase, do older texts exist digitally? Overall Cost
One to One: Storage Cloud (dropbox/Google Drive) or Local Cost
One to One: Learning Management Moodle, Brainhoney, Blackboard, etc. Paperless Classroom Compatibility with devices, Ease of use for students and faculty, storage capacity, capability of LMS Digital resources, digital curriculum, online testing, etc.
One to One: IT Help Desk Student support for devices/software Staff vs. Student supported Online knowledge base
One to One: Student IT Support Programs Student/Teacher support Benefits of training & utilizing students for device and software support
One to One: Print Services Managing printing for students
One to One: The Flipped Classroom Sources for curriculum, Applications for creation of curriculum, Storage for online lessons, student Internet access outside of class
Social Media CIPA Compliancy, Students staying on task Facebook, Google +, Instagram, Twitter, Vine, Pinterest, Eudutopia, etc.
Using Learning Analytics Data dashboards for teachers and administrators Data driven instruction & decision making
Online High Stakes Testing Device Options PC, Mac, Laptop, Tablet System requirements Test Client Installation/Configuration Options Second Generation Tests Drag and Drop, typing writing tests, etc. Benchmarks
Gamification in Education Good Content tied to specific objectives Good games
Smart Phones in Education Application in the classroom Policies for use
Design & Delivery of Tech PD Train-the-trainer Technology integrations specialist Summer /online / hands-on course work Requirements Professional Development center