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1 Ashwaubenon School District Ashwaubenon, Wisconsin

2 Matt Anderson Instructional Technology Coordinator Ashwaubenon School District Ashwaubenon, WI x 5456 BackchannelBackchannel: todaysmeet.com/ASD1to1

3 Questions??? …..please ask!! ….or backchannel todaysmeet.com/ASD1to1

4  Why  How  Now  Next “…an evolving journey”

5  Approximate population 17,050  Northeast Wisconsin ◦ Traditional “Suburban” (abuts Green Bay, WI)  Evolving Community ◦ More transient residents ◦ Growing economic diversity

6  PK – 12 District ◦ 5 Schools / 3,500 students  Stable student population ◦ Some reduction of resident students (landlocked residentially) ◦ Some increase in school choice students  Property “rich” = Funding formula penalties

7  5 Schools ◦ Ashwaubenon High School (9-12)  Block Scheduling (four 90 minute classes per day) ◦ Parkview Middle School (6-8) ◦ Pioneer & Valley View Elementary Schools (1-5) ◦ Cormier Early Learning Center (PK-K)

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9  Transform Student Learning Potential to “21 st Century Skills”  Immediate access to research and information  Create atmosphere of collaborative learning  Transform Instructional Practices  Provide instructional flexibility  Access to Web 2.0 tools  Access to Web based curriculum resources…every day  Retain flexibility for ever changing technology

10  Expand the physical Classroom ◦ Classroom “going home” away from school  “Virtual Extension” of the classroom ◦ Open the classroom to other resources  Skype  Other Web 2.0 tools  Provide “equal access” for all students Change the way teaching and learning happens in the classrooms of Ashwaubenon School District

11 Mission Statement “Partnering with our community to develop students who are high-achieving lifelong learners and contributing world citizens.”

12 Vision Statement “To achieve world class excellence in education so each child can reach his or her full potential.”

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14  Stakeholders ◦ Student meetings ◦ Staff meetings ◦ Parent/community meetings

15  Meeting with Stakeholders ◦ How to expand?  More projectors/interactive boards?  More computers on carts?  Ipod touch / iPad carts?  1 to 1 Intiative?  Netbooks, laptops, small laptops, iPod touch for individual students?  Bring Your Own Device program?

16 “What do you think Teaching and Learning should look like at Ashwaubenon School District in 2014? …..in 2024”

17 How do students organize themselves?

18  People ◦ Traditional IT  Network/Systems  Desktop ◦ INTEGRATION COACH ◦ Library Media Specialists  Total of four (5 buildings) ◦ Information Coordinator

19  High School ◦ 1.2 – 1 blended 1to1 Initiative  School available netbooks and BYOD  $75 Rental Fee  Students can “opt-out” by BYOD  Fee waived for Free & reduced lunch ◦ My Big Campus / Moodle ◦ Promethean Board in every classroom  Middle School (1:3) ◦ Carts of Chromebooks ◦ Ceiling mounted projectors

20  Elementary Schools (1:3) ◦ Classroom sets of iPads in K - 2 ◦ Classroom sets of netbooks in ◦ 14” Notebook carts in each school for portable testing labs  (MAPS, WKCE, Smarter Balanced Assessments) ◦ SMART Boards in K -1 st grade  Integrating Google Apps for Education  Learning spaces

21  IDEA Paint Learning Spaces

22 Creativity! Changing Instructional Practices! Flexibility!

23 Elementary LMC Suggestion kiosk (shower board)

24  Wireless network installed in all buildings  Staff desktop computers converted to laptops  HS – Install Promethean interactive white boards in Tech Ed., Science and Math departments classrooms ◦ AP Psych  e-text books  Cart of wi-fi enabled netbooks ◦ Business Education  2 nd cart of netbooks  E-text  Middle School / Elementary Schools ◦ iPod Touch’s for Special Education (iPad introduced April 2010) ◦ Begin project to install ceiling mounted projectors in each classroom

25  HS ◦ 1:1 Pilot – All Freshmen receive netbook computers  Collaborative Space  My Big Campus ◦ Install Promethean interactive white boards in Science and Math department classrooms  Middle School / Elementary Schools ◦ Begin project to install ceiling mounted projectors in each classroom

26  1:1 Initiative at High School ◦ Expanded to include incoming Freshmen (& Sophs)  Half the high school has school provided netbooks ◦ Continue Promethean Interactive White Board project (Social Studies, Bus Ed., Art,)  Elementary Schools ◦ Expanded netbooks to provide carts per grade level ◦ iPad “pilot” putting six iPads into a first grade classroom  Middle School ◦ Continue ceiling mounted projector project

27  Introduce Google Apps for Education  Change “Acceptable Use Policy” to “Responsible Use Policy”  IDEA Walls  IDEA Floors

28  1 – 1 HS…”Expansion” ◦ Netbooks for incoming Freshmen  9 – 11 grade have school provided netbooks  Elementary Schools ◦ Classroom set of “six” iPads in every Kindergarten – 1 st grade classroom ◦ Completed ceiling mounted projector project  Middle School ◦ Completed Ceiling mounted projector project  Expand Google Apps for Education  Develop Social Media Policy  Open IDEA Lab

29  Staff Development ◦ Hours of Professional Growth  JIT Learning ◦ Lunch/Planning Time availability ◦ No pre-conceived notion of how to use Netbooks ◦ Collaboration time during the school day  Virtual Extension of the Classroom ◦ My Big Campus, Moodle, Blackboard  Teacher transitioning to “facilitator”  Students participating in learning

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31  Infrastructure has to work  Staff resistant to change ◦ What does changing instruction look like? ◦ What’s the best “app” or Web 2.0 tool?  My students have netbooks, iPads, and Chromebooks…now what?  Students not bringing devices to class.  Staff Development? Staff Development? 31

32  There is no “device” panacea ◦ Laptops ◦ Netbooks ◦ Chromebooks ◦ Tablets

33  Classroom management issues Vs technology issues ◦ Establishing classroom protocol ◦ Engagement ◦ Our time / your time ◦ District owns the devices ◦ Administration “buy-in”  Damage (who pays)

34  Still need access to desktops (large monitors & software) ◦ AutoDESK (AutoCAD), Adobe Creative Suites (Photoshop, Dreamweaver, Illustrator)  Network has to work  Proxies

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38 “There is no one path to the school of tomorrow.” US Department of Education “School 2.0” Web Site Window on the Future Envisioning the Future

39  High School ◦ Expectation is students will have devices ◦ On-line presence ◦ User neutral devices  Middle School ◦ 1:1 (will follow our high school plan)  Spring 2014 Pilot 1:1 Chromebooks with BYOD  Elementary Schools ◦ Upgrade wireless network ◦ Expand ratio of devices

40 “What do you think Teaching and Learning should look like at Ashwaubenon School District in 2014? …..in 2024”

41  Stakeholders ◦ Student meetings ◦ Staff meetings ◦ Parent/community meetings

42 PK th Grade 2020 K th Grade st Grade th Grade nd Grade 2024Freshmen rd Grade 2023Sophomores th Grade 2022Juniors th Grade 2021Seniors 2014

43 Questions?

44 Matt Anderson Instructional Technology Coordinator Ashwaubenon School District Ashwaubenon, WI x


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