Presentation on theme: "PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN Spring 2010 Julie Nourie & Sarah Vaughn."— Presentation transcript:
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN Spring 2010 Julie Nourie & Sarah Vaughn
Once a new technology rolls over you, if youre not part of the steamroller, youre part of the road. Stewart Brand Vision and Philosophy
5 THINGS WE KNOW TO BE TRUE…
Teachers need to see themselves as life-long learners.
Teachers need support and encouragement to teach 21 st century skills.
Teachers need to embrace change, which is good, necessary and exciting.
Teachers need time to enjoy technology and learn through play.
Teachers need to see technologys role in the bigger picture of a 21 st century education.
Do one thing everyday that scares you. Eleanor Roosevelt Purpose and Policies
Model Digital-Age Work and Learning Engage in Professional Growth and Leadership Design Digital- Age Learning Experiences ISTE NETS-T Standards Seamless integration of technology in the classroom Encourage a sense of adventure with technology
HOW? REGULAR sharing/collaboration within School Community Development of a PLN through Social Media Technology Proficiency
The key to change is to let go of fear. Roseanne Cash Access
PLUG IN! Access for Teachers School-Wide Wiki Tech ShowcaseWebinars Tech Tool of the Week
Brings Students Access to the World…
If there is no struggle, there is no change. Frederick Douglass Program Support
PROGRAM SUPPORT In-district Training Instructional Technology Coordinator Teachers Teaching Teachers
Be the change you wish to see in the world. Ghandi Program Assessment
PROGRAM ASSESSMENT Survey Teachers Immediate/ Local Culminating/ Global Survey Monkey
Without change, something sleeps inside us, and seldom awakens. The sleeper must awaken. Frank Herbert An Open Letter to Educators