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Achievement Technology and Leadership

Hope Foundation Webinar 8/11/2011

Dan Maas

on 8 August 2011

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Transcript of Achievement Technology and Leadership

Inspired Writing Technology Content Pedagogy Good,
but dated Exciting,
but lacks alignment Modern,
but not meeting
kids' needs Differentiation, Critical Thinking, Formative
Learning Styles, Brain Development, etc. Reading, Writing, Math,
Science, Social Studies,
Arts, P.E., Careers, etc. Internet, email, Web 2.0,
Office Apps, Video, CAD,
Imaging, Robotics, Social
networks, Library databases, etc. http://gensonscience.wikispaces.com http://heritage.littletonpublicschools.net http://eastdragonden.blogspot.com/ Mishra, P., & Koehler, M. J. (2006). Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge: A new framework for teacher knowledge. Teachers College Record. 108(6), 1017-1054. http://punya.educ.msu.edu/research/tpck/ Adapted from: Dan Maas, Ed.D.
Chief Information Officer
Littleton Public Schools
dmaas@lps.k12.co.us Inspired Writing This teacher aligns instruction with LPS curriculum. He/She knows students’ needs, provides learning activities based on those needs, and monitors progress. Formative and summative assessments, and AssessTrack is consulted in instructional design.

Very little in the way of digital content is used or created in this class. This teacher deploys technology in instructional delivery and in learning activities, but in a non-differentiated manner. Little regard is given to progress monitoring and data-driven instruction. Students are completing the same activity, with technology, lockstep. This teacher is doing some dazzling work: students are engaged, in groups, and on task. Use of technology is seamless and polished. However, Essential Learnings/LPS curricular objectives are not being addressed. Activities lack purpose and do not fit within horizontal/vertical alignments, PLC activities. http://soar2newheights.wikispaces.com/ http://smith9h0910.blogspot.com/2010/01/cory-doctorow-live.html http://www.travel4life.org/index.php http://watchingandchanging.wikispaces.com/ http://marchetti-121.wikispaces.com/ Inspired Learning Through an elegant synthesis of humanity and technology, we will inspire a command of information, masterful communication, creative productivity and ethical citizenship in every learner. 100 % Proficiency Poverty, ignorance & prejudice School violence Gangs, drugs, crime Disabilities Broken homes Unfunded mandates Every child a graduate No excuses Every child that enters through our doors How to get there? Dan Maas, Ed.D.
Chief Information Officer
Littleton Public Schools
5776 South Crocker St.
Littleton, CO 80120
Twitter: dmaas354
http://www.linkedin.com/in/dmaas Be the light Webinar presented by Webinar presented by Webinar presented by Webinar presented by Webinar presented by Webinar presented by Webinar presented by Webinar presented by
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