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Strategies, Solutions and Innovations for Technology Leaders September 30, 2003 New York City Produced by: © Kathleen P. King, Fordham Univ., RETC, The Journey of Transformation: Opportunities Through Educational Technology Professional Development Kathleen P. King, EdD Professor and Director Regional Educational Technology Center Fordham University
Strategies, Solutions and Innovations for Technology Leaders September 30, 2003 New York City Produced by: © Kathleen P. King, Fordham Univ., RETC, The Journey of Transformation Revitalization New Perspectives New Possibilities Engaging educators in a specifically designed, dynamic form of ed tech professional development has been seen to lead to these experiences. Based on research among 205 educators.
Strategies, Solutions and Innovations for Technology Leaders September 30, 2003 New York City Produced by: © Kathleen P. King, Fordham Univ., RETC, Stages of Development –Fear and Uncertainty –Testing and Exploring –Affirming and Connecting –New Perspectives Building on teachers experiences and strengths for technology to fuel their teaching and learning further The Journey of Transformation
Strategies, Solutions and Innovations for Technology Leaders September 30, 2003 New York City Produced by: © Kathleen P. King, Fordham Univ., RETC, –Working with teachers as adult learners –Building on their experience and expertise –Providing support –Using active learning techniques –Emphasizing multiple instructional activities –Immediately applying what they are learning –Developing curriculum materials –Cultivating reflective practice The Journey of Transformation Success
Strategies, Solutions and Innovations for Technology Leaders September 30, 2003 New York City Produced by: © Kathleen P. King, Fordham Univ., RETC, Motivation –When neither the extrinsic nor intrinsic motivations are there Skills –When assumptions about skill levels are made Support and Affirmation –When educators return to an environment that does not support technology integration Leadership, technology and personal support Multiple modes of support delivery- f2f, online, hybrid The Journey of Transformation Difficulties and Barriers
Strategies, Solutions and Innovations for Technology Leaders September 30, 2003 New York City Produced by: © Kathleen P. King, Fordham Univ., RETC, King, K. P. (2002, 2003). Keeping pace with technology: Educational technology that transforms. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press. –Vol. One: The challenge and promise for K-12 educators. –Vol Two: The challenge and promise for higher education faculty. King, K. P. (2002, Fall). Educational technology professional development as transformational learning opportunities. Computers and Education: An International Journal 39(3), King, K. P. (2002, Fall). Identifying success in online teacher education and professional development. The Internet and Higher Education, 5(3), King, K. P. (2001). Educators revitalize the classroom "bulletin board:" A case study of the influence of online dialogue on face-to-face classes from an adult learning perspective. Journal of Research on Computing in Education 33(4), http//:www.fordham.edu/gse/kpking/kpkedu.htm http//:www.fordham.edu/gse/kpking/retc http//:www.fordham.edu/gse/kpking The Journey of Transformation Resources
Strategies, Solutions and Innovations for Technology Leaders September 30, 2003 New York City Produced by: © Kathleen P. King, Fordham Univ., RETC, Director, Regional Educational Technology Center Fordham University Walsh Library RETC East Fordham Rd Bronx, NY Tel (718) Fax: (718) http//:www.fordham.edu/gse/kpking/retc Kathleen P. King, EdD
Strategies, Solutions and Innovations for Technology Leaders September 30, 2003 New York City Produced by: © Kathleen P. King, Fordham Univ., RETC, services and research Dedicated to providing services and research in professional development of educators, we know that integrating them creates new possibilities for teaching and learning. Our programs serve educators' professional development needs across grade levels and contexts, with a particular focus on educational technology. educators are the key We believe educators are the key to success in innovative and effective teaching and learning endeavors. Educators are discovering how to use technology creatively and powerfully to meet greater educational objectives and purposes daily. The RETC stands as a resource and facilitator for such dynamic learning. Contact us to see how we can help meet your professional development needs or partner with your organization to provide new solutions. Dr. Kathy King http//:www.fordham.edu/gse/kpking/retc Fordham Universitys Regional Educational Technology Center
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