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1 Teaching and Learning Using Technology: Something Different Valerie K. Lewis, MPA Performance Learning Systems, Inc. 801-943-0358 and Steven H. Shaha, PhD, DBA Institute for Integrated Outcomes 801-523-0421 March 16, 2001

2 Lewis & Shaha, March 2001, 801- 943-0358 Try not to have a good time…this is suppose to be educational. …Charles Schultz

3 Lewis & Shaha, March 2001, 801- 943-0358 Maximizing the Impact of Technology Methodology Demographics and Impacts Cautions

4 Lewis & Shaha, March 2001, 801- 943-0358 Apollo XIII

5 Lewis & Shaha, March 2001, 801- 943-0358 Pragmatic Systematic Proven Aligns organizations Integrates many fragmented efforts into a single approach

6 10 Steps to Implement & Assess: 1.Identify the Integrating Concept. 2.Establish an Integrating Team. 3.Define the Impacts or Balanced Measures 4. Develop the Objectives. 5.Create Items to Assess the Objectives. 6.Develop Curriculum. 7.Facilitate/Teach. 8.Assess the Impact through the Tools. 9.Collaborate with Peers. 10. Improve the Course and Improve the Impacts. ©Shaha & Lewis, 1997

7 Integration Wheel Ten Steps to Implementation PLAN the Plan REFINE the Plan DO the Plan Defining and Planning Refining the Focus Building to Succeed Making it Happen Plan DSA Integration - Steps 1-2 Defining the Impacts, Step 3 Objectives & Assessment, Steps 4-6 Implementing and Improvement- Steps 7-10 ©Shaha & Lewis, 1999

8 Lewis & Shaha, March 2001, 801- 943-0358 Seven Key Principles Be outcomes focused Address all three types of outcomes Start with users needs in mind, not administrative needs Engage users in defining outcomes Use Actionable Feedback –Leverage the power of graphics and statistics List and remember all stakeholders Continuously improve through user-driven initiatives

9 Lewis & Shaha, March 2001, 801- 943-0358 Balanced Measures for Education Learning Impacts Attitudinal Impact Resource Impact

10 Lewis & Shaha, March 2001, 801- 943-0358 Technology Subject Matter Learning Impacts Attitudinal Impacts Resource Impacts

11 Lewis & Shaha, March 2001, 801- 943-0358 Emphasis on Information and Data Actionable, integrating information –Relevant, contextual –Multi-dimensional Empowering front line –Fundamental knowledge –Ability to implement Collaborative teams –Cooperation –Mutually supportive and integrated Data for Helping, not Punishing

12 Impacts: Learning: Customer expects to use a wide range of skills. Provide teachers with skills they need to teach technology integrated with content. Attitudinal: Preparing future educators, future workers (todays students) with soft skills for the rapidly changing work place. Resource: Human resources, monetary, time; technology. Integration Wheel Ten Steps to Implementation Preparing Tomorrows Teachers to Use Technology (PT3) PLAN the Plan REFINE the Plan DO the Plan Defining and Planning Refining the FocusBuilding to Succeed Making it Happen Advancing Student Knowledge(ASK) through the use of technology for educational, personal and economic value. Team: Utah Valley State College, ECFS Utah State Office of Education Alpine, Nebo, & Provo School District Apple Computer, Inc. Allen Communications JDL Technologies Measurement Question: Does using technology in instruction make a difference? Objective and assessment development: UTAPS UTAPP ATTL ESKOT SSAT UVSC Faculty Training Teacher Candidate Training & Field Experiences Pre-Post measurement Results: Preliminary analysis of impacts and effects Improvement Planning through the use of data and information ©Shaha & Lewis, 2000

13 Impacts: Learning:Students utilize writing, communication, research skills, presentation modes. Student focus on awareness of career in communication & media. Attitudinal: Instruction, use of SCANS, in developing thinking skills, decision making processes, productive thinking, communication and planning. Resource: Collaborative efforts of team members Integration Wheel Ten Steps to Implementation Using Technology to Develop Career Awareness Project PLAN the Plan REFINE the Plan DO the Plan Defining and Planning Refining the Focus Building to Succeed Making it Happen Career Fair Share provides students with strategies, instruction, technology and career awareness for development of an individual career project. Team: Alpine School District Gifted & Talented Coordinator & Students Mountainland Region STC/Tech Prep Alpine STC Site Coordinators Ventura Studio/Scenic Services Allbee Green Corp. Presentations & Design KUED-TV Measurement Question: Did students use technology and SCANS skills in developing individual career projects? Questionnaire, pre-post Decision Making Matrix Cost Analysis Student Presentations Teacher Internship Project Design Career Fair Share PowerPoint Training Special Lab Training Career Focus, writing & Technology for students Collegial Sharing - Student Peer Training ©Lewis, 1999. STC Mountainland Region

14 Lewis & Shaha, March 2001, 801- 943-0358 Dont try this at home… How remains the challenge Third party with proven record Learn and then do –to minimize stumbling and maximize success Hands on instruction –to leverage resources and gain additional skills Develop first attempt, transfer thereafter

15 Lewis & Shaha, March 2001, 801- 943-0358 Maximizing the Impact of Technology Methodology Demographics and Impacts Cautions

16 Lewis & Shaha, March 2001, 801- 943-0358 Results Demographics Impacts of technology in classroom instruction –Teachers –Students

17 Lewis & Shaha, March 2001, 801- 943-0358 Hours of Computer Use at Home

18 Lewis & Shaha, March 2001, 801- 943-0358 Hours of Computer Use in School

19 Lewis & Shaha, March 2001, 801- 943-0358 Grade When Computer Was First Used at School

20 Lewis & Shaha, March 2001, 801- 943-0358 Age When Computer Was First Used at Home

21 Lewis & Shaha, March 2001, 801- 943-0358 Technology Subject Matter Learning Impacts Attitudinal Impacts Resource Impacts

22 Lewis & Shaha, March 2001, 801- 943-0358 U. S. Department of Education - PT3 Grant Award

23 Lewis & Shaha, March 2001, 801- 943-0358 U. S. Department of Education - PT3 Grant Award

24 Lewis & Shaha, March 2001, 801- 943-0358 Preliminary Results, Lewis & Shaha, 2000

25 Lewis & Shaha, March 2001, 801- 943-0358 U. S. Department of Education - PT3 Grant Award

26 Lewis & Shaha, March 2001, 801- 943-0358 U. S. Department of Education - PT3 Grant Award

27 Lewis & Shaha, March 2001, 801- 943-0358 Maximizing the Impact of Technology Methodology Demographics and Impacts Cautions

28 Lewis & Shaha, March 2001, 801- 943-0358 Acclimation of Skills: Drill and Practice; Keyboarding VCR: watch through computer Standard Application Use URL: active search; store, file, downloading Interactive media

29 Lewis & Shaha, March 2001, 801- 943-0358 Teaching Technology vs. Integrating Technology Implement to Teach Technology Impacts Expected

30 Lewis & Shaha, March 2001, 801- 943-0358 Cautionary note: simply adding computer does not produce better impact: If it replaces hands-on If only computerized video Drill & Practice

31 Lewis & Shaha, March 2001, 801- 943-0358 Maximizing the Impact of Technology: Conclusions 10-Step Methodology is Superior –Structure and continuity –Balanced impacts approach The Positive Impacts of Technology are Significant The Impacts of Technology can raise interesting questions -- Caution is merited

32 Lewis & Shaha, March 2001, 801- 943-0358 No problem can be solved from the same consciousness that created it. We must learn to see the world anew. Albert Einstein


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