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1 Ohio SchoolNet TIPs Workshop Technology Integration Pathways A System for Planning and Designing High-Quality Technology Professional Development

2 Ohio SchoolNet TIPs Workshop Instructional Design Team Ohio SchoolNet and Ohio Board of Regents INFOhio Ohio Department of Education Ohio Educational Service Centers Ohio Educational Technology Agencies Ohio Resource Center Ohio School Districts ORCLISH Special Education Regional Resource Centers State and Private Colleges 2

3 Ohio SchoolNet TIPs Workshop Session I The Characteristics of, and Planning for High-Quality Professional Development 3

4 4 Ohio SchoolNet TIPs Workshop Rationale  New Ohio academic content standards  Research shows that educational technology can help improve student achievement  Research shows that educational technology can help improve student achievement  We have hardware and software in the schools, but districts report many teachers are still not utilizing it or not using it to its full advantage  We have hardware and software in the schools, but districts report many teachers are still not utilizing it or not using it to its full advantage

5 5 Ohio SchoolNet TIPs Workshop Rationale  The module frameworks and TIPs were developed to address the professional development needs of schools and educators in the effective use of technology.

6 6 Ohio SchoolNet TIPs Workshop TIPs Goals  Provide tools and workshops to assist educational leaders in planning and delivering high-quality professional development in the integration and effective use of technology to enhance teaching and learning.  To promote a flexible approach to customizing professional development to meet the needs of the district and/or school.

7 7 Ohio SchoolNet TIPs Workshop Workshop Standards  The National Staff Development Council’s Standards   The International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE)   The Ohio Academic Content Standards 

8 8 Ohio SchoolNet TIPs Workshop Workshop Objectives  Participants will...  Discuss characteristics of effective professional development.  Identify examples of literacy uses, adapting uses and transforming uses of technology.  Explore tools and resources to help plan professional development that meets district needs in utilizing technology effectively.

9 9 Ohio SchoolNet TIPs Workshop Workshop Objectives  Participants will...  Examine integration and skill module frameworks and examples.  Understand how to apply the framework to create integration and skill modules to meet district professional development needs.

10 10 Ohio SchoolNet TIPs Workshop Timeline  5 to 6 Hour Training  May offer training in two half day sessions

11 11 Ohio SchoolNet TIPs Workshop Pre-Assessment  Rate your knowledge of the following:  characteristics of effective professional development  six ISTE standards for teachers  skill and integration modules  how technology professional development is currently planned in your school/district  Debriefing

12 12 Ohio SchoolNet TIPs Workshop What does high-quality professional development look like?  National Staff Development Council Standards  “Characteristics of Effective Professional Development” from the National Partnership for Excellence and Accountability in Teaching

13 Effective Characteristics of High Quality Professional Development Implementation of High Quality Professional Development ContextProcessContent Built Around Ongoing Collaboration Developed to be Continuous and Reflective Focused on Student Achievement Planned Based on Student Data Designed to Promote Cultural Competency Supported by Skillful Leadership Designed and Planned with, by and for Educators Based on Research Aligned with Building and District Comprehensive Continuous Improvement Plan Evaluated from Multiple Perspectives Draft

14 14 Ohio SchoolNet TIPs Workshop ISTE Standards for Teachers  Technology Operations and Concepts  Planning and Designing Learning Environments and Experiences  Teaching, Learning and Curriculum  Assessment and Evaluation  Productivity and Professional Practice  Social, Ethical, Legal and Human Issues

15 15 Ohio SchoolNet TIPs Workshop Planning Professional Development Guiding Questions and Resources for Planning Professional Development Focused on Technology Integration

16 16 Ohio SchoolNet TIPs Workshop Planning Professional Development  Determine when and how the professional development could be provided in your district  How do you provide job-embedded professional development?  Information for job-embedded strategies is credited to Ellen Maddin, co-author of the Ohio LIT curriculum.

17 Ohio SchoolNet TIPs Workshop Research Supports Job-Embedded Learning 17 Copyright, 2000 Ellen Maddin, Ed.D., HCESC

18 Ohio SchoolNet TIPs Workshop What’s wrong with after-school workshops? Inadequate training facilities Artificial context Competing responsibilities Time of day Diverse needs of learners Practical logistics (number of teachers X hours of staff development / reasonable group size =??) Copyright, 2000 Ellen Maddin, Ed.D., HCESC 18

19 Ohio SchoolNet TIPs Workshop 5 Job-Embedded PD Models Shadowing One-on-one for One Rotating Topics Walk-in Clinic Student Exchange Copyright, 2000 Ellen Maddin, Ed.D., HCESC 19

20 Ohio SchoolNet TIPs Workshop Shadowing Description: Technology leaders host teacher- learners in their classrooms. Benefits: Authentic context (computers AND students) Difficult to articulate skills and concepts become concrete Underscores the importance of new classroom dynamics in successful technology implementation Copyright, 2000 Ellen Maddin, Ed.D., HCESC 20

21 Ohio SchoolNet TIPs Workshop Shadowing Learning Experiences: Establish a student- centered classroom Manage diverse classroom activity Make smooth transitions Introduce new software to students Organize materials and student work Keep track of student progress Redesign the physical layout of a classroom Copyright, 2000 Ellen Maddin, Ed.D., HCESC 21

22 Ohio SchoolNet TIPs Workshop Preparing for Shadowing Decide who will be shadowed One sub for every four teachers Determine duration of visit and create a schedule Make it clear and easy for substitutes Copyright, 2000 Ellen Maddin, Ed.D., HCESC 22

23 Ohio SchoolNet TIPs Workshop One-on-one for One Description: One technology leader works with one teacher-learner for one hour. Benefits: Customized instruction (pace, content coverage, level of challenge are appropriate to learner needs) Reduced performance anxiety for tech leaders One-hour limit=reasonable amount of new material for learners Copyright, 2000 Ellen Maddin, Ed.D., HCESC 23

24 Ohio SchoolNet TIPs Workshop Preparing for One 3 Hold a planning session Develop a schedule Publish the schedule at a staff meeting Arrange for substitutes Make it clear and easy for substitutes Copyright, 2000 Ellen Maddin, Ed.D., HCESC 24

25 Ohio SchoolNet TIPs Workshop Rotating Topics Leader benefits: reduced prep time opportunity to sharpen skills Learner benefits: collegial environment, instruction geared toward skill level Best for in-service/early release days Description: 3 leaders work with 3 small groups in 3 rotating sessions Copyright, 2000 Ellen Maddin, Ed.D., HCESC 25

26 Ohio SchoolNet TIPs Workshop Rotating Topics Options To accommodate 30 teacher-learners: 3 classrooms with 4-6 computers 2 mini labs (10 or more computers)/one classroom Computers on rolling carts--media center + 2 classrooms equipped with 4-5 Copyright, 2000 Ellen Maddin, Ed.D., HCESC 26

27 Copyright, 2000 Ellen Maddin, Ed.D., HCESC Ohio SchoolNet TIPs Workshop Sample Schedule 27

28 Ohio SchoolNet TIPs Workshop Walk-in Clinic Description: Technology leaders take turns covering a walk-in clinic open to learners throughout the day for follow-up support, “quick questions”, skill review, sharing, and problem- solving. Copyright, 2000 Ellen Maddin, Ed.D., HCESC 28

29 Ohio SchoolNet TIPs Workshop Walk-in Clinic Benefits relaxed environment only one sub needed to cover tech leaders short but relevant minimal investment of time for learners provides essential follow-up to more formal sessions Copyright, 2000 Ellen Maddin, Ed.D., HCESC 29

30 Ohio SchoolNet TIPs Workshop Planning for a Walk-in Clinic Advertise! Pre-register Welcome “drop-ins” Set up a trouble- shooting area Prepare a simple activity Copyright, 2000 Ellen Maddin, Ed.D., HCESC 30

31 Ohio SchoolNet TIPs Workshop Student Exchange Description: Students visit other classrooms to teach/coach peers or teachers Benefits: students become leaders the best way to learn something is to teach it to someone else Copyright, 2000 Ellen Maddin, Ed.D., HCESC 31

32 Ohio SchoolNet TIPs Workshop Student Exchange Options Send your student “experts” to another class that needs them. Invite students from another class to join your class as you introduce new computer skills. Switch classes with another teacher. Copyright, 2000 Ellen Maddin, Ed.D., HCESC 32

33 Copyright, 2000 Ellen Maddin, Ed.D., HCESC Ohio SchoolNet TIPs Workshop Research Supports Job-Embedded Learning Teachers who integrate technology: Have access to computers in their classrooms. Are more likely to use learner-centered rather than teacher-centered approaches: projects/group-oriented activities inquiry/discovery-based/problem-solving modes student work is individualized/collaborative 33

34 Copyright, 2000 Ellen Maddin, Ed.D., HCESC Ohio SchoolNet TIPs\Workshop Research Supports Job-Embedded Learning Teachers who integrate technology: Work in schools that provide incentives for professional development: release time stipends/tuition support for summer institutes access to more computers and related resources Pisapia and Schlesinger (1993). Learning Technologies in the Classroom. (A meta-analysis of research for the Virginia Department of Education). 34

35 Copyright, 2000 Ellen Maddin, Ed.D., HCESC Ohio SchoolNet TIPs Workshop Additional Strategies Online Learning Teacher Experts Following the workshop, participants may get other ideas from: Ideas from award winning districts for the PD they have done. (NCREL) 35

36 36 Ohio SchoolNet TIPs Workshop Planning Professional Development  Determine when and how the Professional Development could be provided in your district.  Are there barriers or system variables that need to be changed?  If so, how are you going to address those barriers?  How do you find time to do PD?  NCREL Toolkit and  How do you fund professional development?  OSN Professional Development Grant Funds  resources/document/documents/doclib_1839.pdf  NCREL Toolkit and

37 37 Ohio SchoolNet TIPs Workshop End of Session One

38 Ohio SchoolNet TIPs Workshop Session II Using the TIPs Framework for Professional Development 38

39 39 Ohio SchoolNet TIPs Workshop Technology & Learning Spectrum  Bernajean Porter’s Grappling's Technology and Learning Spectrum  An instructional framework charting three broad categories of technology uses for teaching and learning:  literacy uses  adapting uses  transforming uses  Bernajean Porter Consulting Website

40 40 Ohio SchoolNet TIPs Workshop Technology & Learning Spectrum  Consider the following questions while viewing the scenario:  What is working in this classroom?  Does the technology add value to the lesson?  How many of your classrooms resemble this scenario?  Would you be pleased if your children (or your grandchildren) were members of this classroom? 12 3

41 Ohio SchoolNet TIPs Workshop Technology Modules 39

42 42 Ohio SchoolNet TIPs Workshop Terminology  Module  Provides a guide and resources to help educators gain skills and knowledge in using technology effectively to enhance teaching and learning.  Designed for use by instructors to provide professional development to teachers. Information and resources needed by the instructor for conducting training are provided.

43 43 Ohio SchoolNet TIPs Workshop Roles in Professional Development  Developer  The person who develops the module.  Instructor or Facilitator  The person who provides the professional development using the module resources.

44 44 Ohio SchoolNet TIPs Workshop Roles in Professional Development  Participant  The person who participates in the training.  Student  Refers to the K-12 student.

45 Ohio SchoolNet TIPs Workshop Integration Module Provides a guide and resources for teaching how to effectively integrate technology into the curriculum.

46 Ohio SchoolNet TIPs Workshop Skill Module Provides a guide and resources to teach skills and knowledge in the use of a specific technology to enhance teaching and learning. Several modules have been created for use by those providing training. Application specific

47 Ohio SchoolNet TIPs Workshop Module Framework Rationale Goals Standards Objectives Assessment Prerequisite Suggested Timeframe Materials, Technologies and Resources Activities, Tasks and Assignments Classroom Extensions ( Skill Modules ) Professional Learning Extensions Proof-of-Concept ( Developers )

48 48 Ohio SchoolNet TIPs Workshop TIPs Modules  Integration Modules or  Skill Modules

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50 50 Ohio SchoolNet TIPs Workshop Technology Integration Pathways Technology Integration Module District Need Technology Skill Module Technology Skill Module

51 51 Ohio SchoolNet TIPs Workshop Resources for Creating Integrated Lessons  TIPs Guiding Questions and Resources for Creating Integrated Lessons document  TIPs Process Flow Decision Tree

52 52 Ohio SchoolNet TIPs Workshop Additional Resources  Technology Tools  Use of Technology in Homework  Additional Resources for Professional Developers  Additional Resources for Teachers  All of these are in the TIPs Document Library

53 53 Ohio SchoolNet TIPs Workshop Workshop Evaluation

54 54 Ohio SchoolNet TIPs Workshop Follow-Up Evaluation In addition to end of workshop evaluation, a follow-up evaluation (3-6 months) to evaluate effectiveness and impact of training will be conducted. In addition to end of workshop evaluation, a follow-up evaluation (3-6 months) to evaluate effectiveness and impact of training will be conducted. Process may include: Process may include: Six months after a workshop, participants will receive an asking them to complete the OSNC TIPs survey. Six months after a workshop, participants will receive an asking them to complete the OSNC TIPs survey.

55 Ohio SchoolNet TIPs Workshop Thank You! We thank you for your participation in the TIPs program. For additional information or assistance, contact your Ohio SchoolNet Field Representative or visit 56


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