Who Participated Over the Three Years? (# of choices) Cal State-Northridge – 16 +2 teachers Cal State-Fresno- 11 John Tracy Clinic –15 San Diego State U –2 Univ. Cal-San Diego –2 San Jose State U- 8 San Francisco State U - 5
Still More! Utah State U- 15 Lewis and Clark- 5 Western Oregon U- 5 Univ. of Arizona- 3 Univ. of Hawaii- 1 Gallaudet- 32 Idaho State U- 0
And ONE special participant: University of British Columbia- Vancouver A Total of 122 Choices by individual faculty and their partners
Shining Stars Ellen Schneiderman – CSUN = 14 Deborah Stryker – Fresno = 11 Lou Larwood- San Jose State = 9 Carol MacAllister – John Tracy Clinic = 7 Liz Parker – Utah State = 7 Marilyn Sass-Lehrer- Gallaudet = 7
What did we try to do? Improve D/HH faculty technology knowledge and skills Pre-service teacher technology knowledge and skills In-service teacher technology knowledge and skills D/HH student technology knowledge and skills
How did we do it? Professional development = 34 Cyber activities (tutoring, mentoring, pen pals, etc) =24 Topical Expert Team = 18 Collaboration = 16 Revised syllabi = 8 Web-enhanced/online courses = 6 STUDENT AWARDS
Did the grant matter? Comments from participants: From a techie-zero to a techie-hero! Using WebCT has improved communication Electronic portfolios are definitely the best way to show youve met standards This has really helped me straighten out my priorities and using technology the right way reduced my anxiety
Thanks again for Participating in the PT3 grant Collaborating with colleagues and enhancing your skills and those of your students Really MAKING A DIFFERENCE!