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1 cv ORIENTATION M.Ed. Instructional Technology

2 Kennesaw State University M.Ed. Instructional Technology ORIENTATION December 19, 2013 Dr. Traci Redish, Department Chair Sherri Booker, Lecturer Dr. Laurie Dias, Associate Professor Dr. Julia Fuller, Assistant Professor Dr. Tricia Frazier Assistant Professor Dr. Julie Moore, Associate Professor Dr. Anissa Vega, Assistant Professor Dr. Jo Williamson, Associate Professor TURN ON Recording!

3 Department of Instructional Technology Faculty Dr. Jo Williamson Dr. Traci Redish Dr. Anissa Vega Ms. Sherri Booker Dr. Julia Fuller Dr. Julie Moore Dr. Laurie Dias Tricia Frazier

4 Introductions Faculty: Ms. Booker Dr. Dias Dr. Frazier Dr. Fuller Dr. Moore Dr. Redish Dr. Vega Dr. Williamson Plus our Part-time Faculty: Jane Roberts Amy Vitala

5 Contact Information Please forward your Kennesaw account to the account you check daily! Department Chair & ProfessorDr. Traci Redish Department Administrative Associate Gail Dasher InstructorMs. Sherri Booker Associate ProfessorDr. Laurie Dias Assistant ProfessorDr. Julia Fuller Associate ProfessorDr. Julie Moore Assistant ProfessorDr. Anissa Vega Associate ProfessorDr. Jo Williamson Gail Dasher Administrative Associate

6 Introductions – Cohort 15 Candidates: Allen, Casey Bassett, Anna Benham, Skylar Borg, Lori Creel, Amanda Dalton, Heather Esters, Laure Ellis, Leigha Candidates: Lee, Meghan Lewis, Christopher Maghribi, Dana Martin, Kearstin McFarlane, Darcy Montijo, Stephanie Tucker, Melanie Wisniewski, Kelly

7 Online Advisement Students are assigned an advisor upon entering the program. Send all advisement questions to your advisor. Students can visit campus during office hours or meet online with advisor through the LMS (D2L). Online advisement website.

8 Cohort Advisement Website

9 Cohort Advisor Dr. Julia Fuller Dr. Julia Fuller

10 Purpose of the M.Ed.: Leadership: To prepare you to serve as a school-level technology coach/ technology facilitator. & Teaching: To prepare you to effectively integrate technology into your classroom.

11 Quiz 1. ISTE believes the convergence of what 3 elements is critical to effective PD? ISTE White Paper

12 Quiz 1. ISTE believes the convergence of what 3 elements is critical to effective PD? Technology, Coaching, and Community ISTE White Paper 2. What are the 3 types of coaching?

13 Quiz 1. ISTE believes the convergence of what 3 elements is critical to effective PD? Technology, Coaching, and Community 2. What are the 3 types of coaching? Cognitive Coaching Instructional Coaching Peer Coaching ISTE White Paper

14 PSC/ISTE Instructional Technology Standards (6 standards; 28 Elements) Standard 1: Visionary Leadership Standard 2: Teaching, Learning, & Assessment Standard 3: Digital Learning Environments Standard 4: Digital Citizenship & Responsibility Standard 5: Professional Learning & Program Evaluation Standard 6: Candidate Professional Growth & Development

15 PSC1.1/ISTE1a Shared Vision Candidates facilitate the development and implementation of a shared vision for the use of technology in teaching, learning, and leadership. PSC 1.2/ISTE 1b Strategic Planning Candidates facilitate the design, development, implementation, communication, and evaluation of technology-infused strategic plans. PSC 1.3/ISTE 2c Policies, Procedures, Programs & Funding Candidates research, recommend, and implement policies, procedures, programs, and funding strategies to support implementation of the shared vision represented in the school, district, state, and federal technology plans and guidelines. Funding strategies may include the development, submission, and evaluation of formal grant proposals. PSC 1.4/ISTE 1d Diffusion of Innovations & Change Candidates research, recommend, and implement strategies for initiating and sustaining technology innovations and for managing the change process in schools. Standard 1: Shared Vision Candidates demonstrate the knowledge, skills, and dispositions to inspire and lead the development and implementation of a shared vision for the effective use of technology to promote excellence and support transformational change throughout the organization.

16 PSC 2.1/ISTE 2a Content Standards & Student Technology Standards Candidates model and facilitate the design and implementation of technology-enhanced learning experiences aligned with student content standards and student technology standards. PSC 2.2/ISTE 2b Research-Based Learner-Centered Strategies Candidates model and facilitate the use of research-based, learner- centered strategies addressing the diversity of all students. PSC 2.3/ISTE 2c Authentic Learning Candidates model and facilitate the use of digital tools and resources to engage students in authentic learning experiences. PSC 2.4/ISTE 2d Higher Order Thinking Skills Candidates model and facilitate the effective use of digital tools and resources to support and enhance higher order thinking skills (e.g., analyze, evaluate, and create); processes (e.g., problem-solving, decision-making); and mental habits of mind (e.g., critical thinking, creative thinking, metacognition, self-regulation, and reflection). Standard 2: Teaching, Learning & Assessment Candidates demonstrate the knowledge, skills, and dispositions to effectively integrate technology into their own teaching practice and to collaboratively plan with and assist other educators in utilizing technology to improve teaching, learning, and assessment.

17 PSC2.5/ISTE 2e Differentiation Candidates model and facilitate the design and implementation of technology-enhanced learning experiences making appropriate use of differentiation, including adjusting content, process, product, and learning environment based upon an analysis of learner characteristics, including readiness levels, interests, and personal goals. PSC 2.6/ISTE 2f Instructional Design Candidates model and facilitate the effective use of research-based best practices in instructional design when designing and developing digital tools, resources, and technology-enhanced learning experiences. PSC 2.7/ISTE 2g Assessment Candidates model and facilitate the effective use of diagnostic, formative, and summative assessments to measure student learning and technology literacy, including the use of digital assessment tools and resources. PSC 2.8/ISTE 2h Data Analysis Candidates model and facilitate the effective use of digital tools and resources to systematically collect and analyze student achievement data, interpret results, communicate findings, and implement appropriate interventions to improve instructional practice and maximize student learning. Standard 2: Teaching, Learning & Assessment Candidates demonstrate the knowledge, skills, and dispositions to effectively integrate technology into their own teaching practice and to collaboratively plan with and assist other educators in utilizing technology to improve teaching, learning, and assessment.

18 PSC3.1/ISTE 3a Classroom Management & Collaborative Learning Candidates model and facilitate effective classroom management and collaborative learning strategies to maximize teacher and student use of digital tools and resources. PSC 3.2/ISTE 3b Managing Digital Tools and Resources Candidates effectively manage digital tools and resources within the context of student learning experiences. PSC 3.3/ISTE 3c Online & Blended Learning Candidates develop, model, and facilitate the use of online and blended learning, digital content, and learning networks to support and extend student learning and expand opportunities and choices for professional learning for teachers and administrators. PSC 3.4/ISTE 3d Adaptive and Assistive Technology Candidates facilitate the use of adaptive and assistive technologies to support individual student learning needs. Standard 3: Digital Learning Environments Candidates demonstrate the knowledge, skills, and dispositions to create, support, and manage effective digital learning environments.

19 PSC 3.5/ISTE 3e Basic Troubleshooting Candidates troubleshoot basic software and hardware problems common in digital learning environments. PSC 3.6/ISTE 3f Selecting and Evaluating Digital Tools & Resources Candidates collaborate with teachers and administrators to select and evaluate digital tools and resources for accuracy, suitability, and compatibility with the school technology infrastructure. PSC 3.7/ISTE 3g Communication & Collaboration Candidates utilize digital communication and collaboration tools to communicate locally and globally with students, parents, peers, and the larger community. Standard 3: Digital Learning Environments Candidates demonstrate the knowledge, skills, and dispositions to create, support, and manage effective digital learning environments.

20 PSC 4.1/ISTE 5a Digital Equity Candidates model and promote strategies for achieving equitable access to digital tools and resources and technology-related best practices for all students and teachers. PSC 4.2/ISTE 5b Safe, Healthy, Legal & Ethical Use Candidates model and facilitate the safe, healthy, legal, and ethical uses of digital information and technologies. PSC 4.3/ISTE 5c Diversity, Cultural Understanding & Global Awareness Candidates model and facilitate the use of digital tools and resources to support diverse student needs, enhance cultural understanding, and increase global awareness. Standard 4: Digital Citizenship & Responsibility Candidates demonstrate the knowledge, skills, and dispositions to model and promote digital citizenship and responsibility.

21 PSC 5.1/ISTE 4a Needs Assessment Candidates conduct needs assessments to determine school-wide, faculty, grade-level, and subject area strengths and weaknesses to inform the content and delivery of technology-based professional learning programs. PSC 5.2/ISTE 4b Professional Learning Candidates develop and implement technology-based professional learning that aligns to state and national professional learning standards, integrates technology to support face-to-face and online components, models principles of adult learning, and promotes best practices in teaching, learning, and assessment. PSC 5.3/ISTE 4c Program Evaluation Candidates design and implement program evaluations to determine the overall effectiveness of professional learning on deepening teacher content knowledge, improving teacher pedagogical skills and/or increasing student learning. Standard 5: Professional Learning & Program Evaluation Candidates demonstrate the knowledge, skills, and dispositions to conduct needs assessments, develop technology- based professional learning programs, and design and implement regular and rigorous program evaluations to assess effectiveness and impact on student learning.

22 PSC 6.1/ISTE 6a, 6b Continuous Learning Candidates demonstrate continual growth in knowledge and skills of current and emerging technologies and apply them to improve personal productivity and professional practice. PSC 6.2/ISTE 6c Reflection Candidates regularly evaluate and reflect on their professional practice and dispositions to improve and strengthen their ability to effectively model and facilitate technology-enhanced learning experiences. PSC 6.3 Field Experiences Candidates engage in appropriate field experiences to synthesize and apply the content and professional knowledge, skills, and dispositions identified in these standards. Standard 6: Candidate Professional Growth & Development Candidates demonstrate the knowledge, skills, and dispositions to engage in continuous learning, reflect on professional practice, and engage in appropriate field experiences.

23 Quiz 1. Contributing to the strategic plan for your school? What PSC/ISTE standard are you meeting if you are…

24 Quiz 1. Contributing to the strategic plan for your school? PSC1.2/ISTE 1b 2. Offering a professional learning workshop in your school? What PSC/ISTE standard are you meeting if you are… PSC 1.2/ISTE 1b Strategic Planning Candidates facilitate the design, development, implementation, communication, and evaluation of technology-infused strategic plans.

25 Quiz 1. Contributing to the strategic plan for your school? PSC1.2/ISTE 1b 2. Offering a professional learning workshop in your school? PSC 5.2/ISTE 4b What PSC/ISTE standard are you meeting if you are… PSC 1.2/ISTE 1b Strategic Planning Candidates facilitate the design, development, implementation, communication, and evaluation of technology-infused strategic plans. PSC 5.2/ISTE 4b Professional Learning Candidates develop and implement technology-based professional learning that aligns to state and national professional learning standards, integrates technology to support face-to-face and online components, models principles of adult learning, and promotes best practices in teaching, learning, and assessment.

26 o 12 courses = 36 hours = 6 semesters = 2 years o 9 ITEC courses (Instructional Technology) o 3 elective courses (9 hours) (Link on Website –> ELECTIVES) oOnline Teaching Endorsement Program oTeacher Leadership Endorsement & Preservice Leadership oReading Endorsement – Elementary Only oGifted Endorsement oESOL oEducational Assessment and Measurement Certificate oGraduate Level Content Classes Program of Study

27 Program of Study (Tentative)

28 o Classes: oFULLY ONLINE with synchronous sessions o Outside of Class: o~6-10 hours per week Graduate Level Expectations

29 Professionalism/Dispositions Attendance & Punctuality Class Participation Contributes and leads class discussions Displays a positive attitude expected of a leader! Leaders do not complain, they meet the challenge! Respectful of professor and colleagues Collaborates to complete high-quality team projects Submits ALL assignments on time Submits quality responses to online discussion forums Plagiarism Don’t get desperate and cheat. Just ask your professor for an extension.

30 Field Experiences 2 Types: 1. Structured Course Assignments – 15 hours per course Share with mentors. 2. Unstructured You Decide – 5 hours per course Share with mentors.

31 Field Experiences 1. Structured (Course Assignments – 15 hours per course) Turn in the log when you turn in the assignment. The log will also be placed in your portfolio. CourseAssignments ITEC 7400 Engaged Learning Project ITEC 7445 Multimedia Design Project

32 Field Experiences 2. Unstructured (You Decide – 5 hours per course) Turn in the log at the end of the semester with all 5 hours documented. The log will also need to be uploaded to your portfolio. CourseYou Decide ITEC 7460 Ex: Conducted a SMART Board Workshop – 5 hours ITEC 7480 Ex: Built a web page for the school counselor – 5 hours

33 Field Experiences 2 Required Unstructured FE (Counts as your 5 hours for the course) The PSC and NCATE require all candidates to work with English Language Learners (ELLs) and Student With Disabilities (SWD) during some of their field experiences and/or clinical practice to develop and practice their knowledge, skills, and professional dispositions for working with all students. CourseYou Decide ITEC 7430 ELL Field Experience (5 hours) ITEC 7445 Assistive Technology (AT) SWD Field Experience (5 hours)

34 Portfolio Platform Weebly.com Sample Portfolio – tredish.weebly.com tredish.weebly.com Due – Monday, January 6, 2014

35 Portfolio Purchase a memory stick!

36 Capstone o Culminating experience for candidates in the M.Ed. in Instructional Technology. o The capstone should consist of a minimum of 100 hours of substantial work. o Opportunity to apply and integrate key concepts from each course in your program of study. o Must collaborate with your school community to identify an authentic and challenging technology-related need, problem, or research study to complete within the school, district or other educational agency. o Design, implement, and evaluate an appropriate solution to meet the need, problem or research study. oProposal will be developed in ITEC 7470 Educational Research – Fall 2014 – to be implemented Spring 2015.

37 Capstone Examples: 1.Interactive Wiki with “how-to” tutorials on commonly asked technology questions 2.10-session professional learning program on Web 2.0 tools 3.Professional Learning Program on SMART Board Tools 4.Development of a School Website 5.French Textbook with an Interactive Website 6.School Wide Blog Initiative 7.Online Course for Teachers – PLU credits 8.Parent Technology Training

38 Register: January 6-7 (Mon-Tu) First Day Of Class: January 8 (Wed) Registration

39 Use your NET ID and Password and login to: D2L Logging into your courses

40 Textbook: Integrating Educational Technology Into Teaching Roblyer & Doering – Authors 6 th edition ITEC st Century Teaching & Learning Professor: Jane Roberts –

41 ITEC 7430 Internet Tools in the Classroom Professor: Amy Vitala - o Will Richardson o 3 rd Edition

42 Questions?


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