Presentation on theme: "TJ Middle TJ Middle Student Technology Leadership Program Coordinators: Karen Cloyd Kelly Koch Denise Scarpellini."— Presentation transcript:
TJ Middle TJ Middle Student Technology Leadership Program Coordinators: Karen Cloyd Kelly Koch Denise Scarpellini
Our Mission We, the Thomas Jefferson Middle School Learning Community, strive to excel in learning, to embrace our diversity, and to take pride in our school.
Goal 1 The STLP will develop activities which enhance the academic, social and emotional growth of the student.
Our meetings Funded this year by an Aegon grant, meetings consist of: PowerPoint Programs and presentation formats Videography and digital picture taking Label making and card designs Website critiquing and web quest evaluations Learning how to install computer hardware
Our Goal Since students are able to interact with others interested in technology both within class and after school, STLP students are able to develop friends across grade levels and abilities which otherwise would have been unreachable.
Goal 2 The STLP will provide leadership opportunities for all students.
Leadership Students are given the opportunity to work with other students and teachers teaching computer programs, such as PowerPoint. One 8 th grade student has even been asked to present at the JCPS principals meeting to demonstrate incorporating PowerPoint into lesson plans.
Goal 3 The STLP will experience multi-age collaboration by forming innovative learning partnerships.
Our Program The students at TJ involved in the STLP program range in age from (2003). These students have a variety of experiences and abilities, including card design and video production.
Goal 4 The STLP will form learning partnerships between students with different technology skills.
The Mix Around 350 students are mixed across 6 th, 7 th, and 8 th grades. These students have a variety of abilities and talents that mix together to create a successful STLP program.
Goal 5 The STLP will develop activities which will benefit the community.
Cards and Letters As part of our commitment to involving students with the community, we are making cards and letters using new software for a local nursing home.
Goal 6 The STLP will develop instructional activities which integrates technology and benefits the school while support KETS.
HyperStudio 4.2 Four students were selected to design a HyperStudio presentation that was interactive including the use of slides, worksheets, examples and graphic organizers that focused on improving writing skills based on our CATS assessment needs. The students then presented their projects to all of the language arts classes, resulting in a stepping stone for future portfolio work.
The HyperStudio Crew Our Showcase Project Presenters Adrienne Burton, Alicia Colley, Aaron Grant and Niko Macon Our Showcase Project Presenters Adrienne Burton, Alicia Colley, Aaron Grant and Niko Macon
Technology Investments at TJ We have purchased over $181,000 in new technology equipment including computers. We have purchased new computers for each teacher making a strong tool for communication. However, in this ever changing world of technology we still have a long way to go.
Sharing Our Successes Sharing projects with other schools Patriot Walk-a-thon Showcase of Schools Visits to other schools during recruitment time Monthly newsletter to families with acknowledgments of STLP
Students work with all types of technology
STLP awards and Recognition Showcase project won state recognition at KTLC conference Showcase project presented, 2 cyber-editors, 1 conference associate, 1 engineer, and 1 student presenter competed at showcase of schools for JCPS, October A cyber-editor and student presenter were selected for KTLC in March 2004
Our Fantastic Student Participates Student presenter Meagan Cuskey Taught other teachers in the building to use PowerPoint in their lessons. Cyber-editor Joe Choe Designs videos to reinforce core content
More Fantastic Students Conference Associate Joe Johnson Represents TJ and STLP Cyber-editor Nicole Bohannon Designs videos that reinforce core content
TJ and STLP TJ is the place to be somebody. With a successful STLP class and after school meetings, STLP has opened doors that would otherwise be closed.
Our commitment to success TJs STLP will be on the front line of technology and technology uses in education. We will continue to build our STLP classes and after schools activities to draw students of all experiences and abilities.