Presentation on theme: "On the Road to a Technology Rich School. Workstation Deployment Process--LCS Dr. Bill Piotrowski Dr. Bill Piotrowski Machines, Money and Making It All."— Presentation transcript:
On the Road to a Technology Rich School
Workstation Deployment Process--LCS Dr. Bill Piotrowski Dr. Bill Piotrowski Machines, Money and Making It All Happen in Leon County Schools Machines, Money and Making It All Happen in Leon County Schools
State & Federal Mandates Leon County Products No Child Left Behind No Child Left Behind FL Staff Development Protocol FL Staff Development Protocol FL Star Report FL Star Report FL Accomplished Teacher Practices (EAP 12) FL Accomplished Teacher Practices (EAP 12) LCS Standards, Competencies and Indicators LCS Standards, Competencies and Indicators LCS Web Portal LCS Web Portal
LCS Competency Levels EntryIntermediateAdvancedTarget An entry level teacher has limited skills and knowledge about technology. This teacher has beginning awareness of curriculum integration possibilities. An intermediate level teacher is developing proficiency with technology skills. This teacher is beginning to integrate technology into instructional activities. An advanced level teacher has proficiency and understanding about the capabilities of technology. This teacher integrates technology into curriculum planning, delivery, and assessment. A target level is highly skilled in using a wide range of technology. This teacher consistently integrates technology into all professional practices. This teacher models technology use and trains others in the learning community.
Car Analogy Buying a car? Buying a car? Consumer Reports& Driving Lessons Consumer Reports& Driving Lessons Practice. Practice. Refuel. Refuel. Monitor progressno tickets! Monitor progressno tickets! Many Ways to get there. Many Ways to get there. Bumps in the Road… Bumps in the Road… Relevant, Ongoing, Aligned, and Dedicated to Teacher Integration (R.O.A.D Professional Development) Training Relevant, Ongoing, Aligned, and Dedicated to Teacher Integration (R.O.A.D Professional Development) Training
Bottom Line You drive the technology integration in your classroom and assess student achievement! You drive the technology integration in your classroom and assess student achievement! We need techno savvy teachers! We need techno savvy teachers! Students are the winners! Students are the winners!
Introductions If you were a car, what make and model would you be? If you were a car, what make and model would you be?
Agenda 1.Introduction Xp OS 2.Understanding the Network 3.Outlook and
Get on the Road: Xp OS Fresh Interface Basic Navigation and Desktop Properties Add Printers Understanding the Network Legal Issues
Easy Grade Pro Electronic Grading Program for any teacher in any subject Electronic Grading Program for any teacher in any subject
Communication 101 Outlook Calendars 24 Hour a day, Any time access:
Hardware Set Up Connecting your own cords: Mouse, Keyboard, CPU, Internet & Power Connecting your own cords: Mouse, Keyboard, CPU, Internet & Power Screen Pivot Screen Pivot Start Up Start Up
REVIEW 24 Hour a day, Any time access: Archive: Tools-Options-Other-AutoArchive Out of Office Assistant: Tools-Out of Office Assistance Make Folders: New Folder or Right Click Delete BOTH Sent Items and Deleted Items
LCS Technology Survey Still in development, our group will test the surveys first component. Still in development, our group will test the surveys first component. Go to: nology/index.html Go to: nology/index.html nology/index.html nology/index.html Click New User and complete data. Click New User and complete data. The password will be sent to your . The password will be sent to your . Log in and click through the survey. Log in and click through the survey. Please put comments about layout and ease of use at the end. Please put comments about layout and ease of use at the end.
Internet Use & Resources Browsers & Tool Bars Browsers & Tool Bars URLs, Search Engines & Boolean Searches (worksheets) URLs, Search Engines & Boolean Searches (worksheets) Legal Issues (find LCS AUP) Legal Issues (find LCS AUP) COPPA Childrens Online Privacy Protection Act Evaluating Web Sites Evaluating Web Sites Teacher Applications Teacher Applications Web Resources- Web Resources- Professional and Instructional
A software web browser program must be used to view web resources, including text, graphics, photos, and other media. Two examples of common web browsers are Microsoft's Internet Explorer and Netscape's Navigator. Both of these browsers are free and can be downloaded and installed on your computer. What is a Browser?
What is an URL? Addresses for web locations are called URLs. When you're connected to the Internet, the URL tells your computer where to go to access a particular resource. URLs are similar to addresses in that they both specify locations. A URL can give you a lot of information, such as: the name of the machine where the resource is located, the directory structure, and maybe even the name of the file itself. Protocol or Access Method Machine Name/Network Domain Directory Html file
Educator Web Sites FL Instructional Technology Resource Center FL Instructional Technology Resource Center SUNLINK SUNLINK Intel Education Intel Education UWF STEPS UWF STEPS Miami Museum of Science Miami Museum of Science PAEC PAEC Beacon Learning Beacon Learning Museums Museums
Instructional Internet Applications Research Research Virtual Field Trip Virtual Field Trip Web Quests Web Quests Web Pages Web Pages Collaboration outside of Class Collaboration outside of Class
Resources From Summer Training 2005 Developed by Jennifer Womble Developed by Jennifer Womble