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Administrative Leadership for Technology In Education Building Robust 21 st Century Instruction for All Learners Presented By: Cheryl Capozzoli CAIU Educational.

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1 Administrative Leadership for Technology In Education Building Robust 21 st Century Instruction for All Learners Presented By: Cheryl Capozzoli CAIU Educational Consultant

2 He started programming in middle school enjoyed developing computer programs, especially communication tools and games 25 years old In 2008, Forbes ranked 321st richest person in the United States, with a net worth of $1.5 billion.Forbes He is the youngest person ever to appear on the Forbes 400. CEO of Popular Social Networking Site Mark Zuckerberg, CEO and Creator of Can You Name This Person?

3 Learning % of what we READ 20% of what we HEAR 30% of what we SEE 50% of what we SEE and HEAR 70% of what is DISCUSSED with OTHERS 80% of what is EXPERIENCED PERSONALLY 95% of what we TEACH TO SOMEONE ELSE How can technology support the 70-95%?

4 Effective K-12 Tech. Integration is Critical to Student Success!

5 Ed. Tech. Research Data Harnessing Innovation to Support Student Success (US Dept. of Ed.) Harnessing Innovation to Support Student Success Project Tomorrow Speak Up - Horizon Report – (All 50 States Participated) Project Tomorrow Speak Up - Horizon Report – Dr. Robert Marzano on Interactive White Boards and Student Learning Dr. Robert Marzano on Interactive White Boards and Student Learning CoSN - Consortium for School Networking – Leadership for Web 2.0 in Education Report CoSN Leadership for Web 2.0 in Education Report Casenex and Microsoft Ed. Tech. Research in PA(CFF) Casenex and Microsoft Ed. Tech. Research in PA – Free Courses Free Courses

6 Administrative Visionaries 95% of tech visionaries believe that using technology improves student achievement. 73% report that integrating mobile devices will increase student engagement. Tech visionaries are twice as likely as their peers to use technology, closing the digital disconnect gap with students. – For example, tech visionaries are more likely than students to remix content (29% vs. 20%) and read or post blog or wiki entries (56% vs. 19%). Tech visionaries are leading the introduction of online learning and mobile devices into the classroom by supporting teacher exploration of new tools. Over half of all tech visionaries say that they would provide or expand online courses to keep students engaged in school.

7 Why Integrate? Increases student engagement Supports differentiated standards based instruction and learner needs, styles, readiness and interests Promotes student centered and higher order thinking activities Increases productivity and creativity with Project Based Learning activities Promotes collaboration and communication Extends learning after hours

8 Framework for 21 st Century Instruction

9 New Skills for A New Economy What are 21 st Century Skills? What are 21 st Century Skills?21 st Century Skills21 st Century Skills What are the NETS? What are the NETS?NETS What are teachers LOTI or Levels of Tech. Integration? What are teachers LOTI or Levels of Tech. Integration? – LOTI Matrix LOTI Matrix LOTI Matrix – ISTE’s ICOT – assess levels of technology integration ISTE’s ICOT ISTE’s ICOT

10 21 st Century Shift Advanced Expectations for Staff and Students Updated AUP Policies Safety, Ethics and Responsibility Training 24/7 access to Web 2.0 ToolsWeb 2.0 Tools Sustaining Ed. Tech. Initiatives - CFF – Title I, IDEA and Title IID Funding – Competitive Grants – Federal Innovation Grant – TBD Alternate hardware accessibility options – Solutions – Consortium pricing, Cloud computing, Open Source applications

11 What Do Students Think?

12 Recommendations For Increased 21 st Century Experiences 1.Develop comprehensive K-12 Integrated Curriculum - MILE Guide (Milestones for Improving Learning & Education)MILE Guide 2.Focus on 21 st Century Skills Proficiencies For All Students21 st Century Skills 3.Participate in “ongoing” professional development opportunities that support 21 st Century innovative instruction and learning 4.Assess current technology resources and build a consistent robust infrastructure to support teachers and students 5.Create collaborative learning models – Collective intelligence of all teachers and students 6.Assess integration strategies, design and deploy relevant inst. strategies – Capacity for IT in your pedagogy and ISTE’s ICOT Capacity for IT in your pedagogy ISTE’s ICOT – LOTI Lounge – survey, project plans, resourcesLOTI Lounge Matrix with examples of exemplar integration practices

13 Optional Homework Assignment Go To – Click Forum – Add Discussion – Discuss what you are currently doing or would like to do at your district to address and model 21 st Century teaching and learning. What is your vision for the future?

14 Professional Development Opportunities 48 Carats – Summer Tech Academy Workshops For Professional Development Ed. Tech. Workshops Contact: – Cheryl - Cheryl - – Jill - Jill -


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