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Shannon Johnson Elementary STLP Scrapbook 2011-2012 Berea, KY 40404
2011-2012 STLP Leaders Fall Showcase Somerset Showcase
Student Technology Leadership Program Mission and Goals The Mission of the Student Technology Leadership Program (STLP tm ) is to advance the individual capabilities of students; to motivate all students; and to create leadership opportunities through the use of technology.
Recruitment: Process and Marketing Letters were sent home explaining the goals and activities of STLP. Individual letters were sent to 4 th and 5 th grade students inviting them to be leaders in STLP. STLP encourages participation throughout the year.
Diverse Membership Shannon Johnson offers an open membership. All student participate in regular computer lab activities and are encouraged to participate in our Green School Recycling Project. Shannon Johnson Elementary consist of 52% free and reduced lunch students.
Recruitment: Marketing Students demonstrate techniques that can be achieved by using available software. These projects were displayed in the school hallway.
Community Awareness Our STLP students help plan our Veteran’s Day program, produce video for our program and help run the equipment during the program.
Link Project Goals Student Technology Leaders Goal 1: The STLP will develop activities that enhance the academic, social and emotional growth of students. Goal 2: The STLP will provide leadership opportunities for all students. Goal 3: The STLP will experience multi-age collaboration by forming innovative learning partnerships. Goal 4: The STLP will form learning partnerships between students with different technology skills. Goal 5: The STLP will develop activities that benefit the community. In action in our school/community 1: STLP make fliers and news announcements on important information school wide, promoting out Fuel Up to Play 60 program, National School Lunch week, Grow Your Own program and many more. 2:STLP meetings are an open-forum where each student can share ideas and input. Students participate in technology maintenance in labs and classrooms as needed. Student also take photos for the school yearbook. 3: Intermediate students work with primary students helping them log into workstations and use the Accelerated Reading Program. 4: Teachers have the opportunity to utilize technology, such as Qumo pads, in the classrooms giving all grade levels the ability to participate and interact. 5: STLP heads a school wide drive to recycle used ink cartridges through the Green School Project. This reaches out into the community by taking donations of these items. Money earned from this program goes back into the school for technology purchases.
LINK PROJECT GOAL 6 The STLP will develop instructional activities, which integrate technology and benefit the school and support the Kentucky Education Technology System (KETS)
Goal 6 and Future Vision Recycling for our future Currently the technology students are working on assisting with technology needs in the building, maintenance on equipment, school news reports via video broadcast, health and fitness videos, capture all activities in our building by using video cameras and cameras. The STLP students are also advertising our recycling program through Green School Project, recycling used cell phones and ink cartridges, in school and our community. The students participate in making buttons, which requires come up with design ideas, print designs, make buttons, stock school store with buttons with money made going back into our school. Shannon Johnson will continue to add leaders and include all members of our school. We will continue to work on projects that have a positive impact on individual students, our school and community.
Button/Badge Machine and supplies Button/Badges displayed in school store
Cleaning & Maintenance of LabsI-Pads introduced into classrooms
Teacher lead instruction on Qumo Pads Interactive lessons for classrooms
SJE Hawks Yearbooks Student participation documenting with photographs
Students participating in programs The use of technology for fitness
Internet and web based program use School store button/badge display
Self Portrait using paintSelf Portrait using Kodak Easyshare
2011 STLP Fall Showcase at the Center for Rural Development in Somerset
Shannon Johnson Elementary The many face of our school. Home of the Hawks!