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Digital Age Culture - LISD June 2013

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Transcript of Digital Age Culture - LISD June 2013

Digital Age Culture
Defining "digital age culture"
What do we already have in place?
new website (almost!)
modeling capabilities
convocation
administrative meetings
PLCs
CTLs & campus teams (drawn from PLCs?)
the abilities to recognize success
Where are the gaps? What do we lack?
assessment - testing vs. PBL
showcasing ideas, tools, successes
networking
full stakeholder buy-in
Action steps
Convocation August 2013 - Dr. Robertson - model technologies (ie. Prezi, Haiku Deck, Tweetchat), tech shoutouts
2013-2014
roll out new website - to much fanfare
at monthly meetings between CO & principals, model technology use, discuss technology & integration; principals bring it back to campuses
E-Reporter highlights
LISD TV spotlight
on-campus recognition, rewards for integrating technology based on student projects, webpage content
highlight exemplary use during PD, staff meetings/gatherings
use students to identify technology use that is relevant, effective
Summer Leadership Instiitute - Kathy Rollo - focus on technology
2014-2015
increased focus on technology in PD (Sherry Mitchell, campus principals), PR (Brian Morris), with promotion of and movement toward "1 to the world"
Conclusion
Digital Age Culture is less a product of the technology department (though certainly supported by them) and more a mindset of district personnel from the superintendent/CEO to campus principals, teachers, students, and their families.
We want full buy-in for technology integration, and this is best achieved through modeling and collaboration. It's the mindset that prepares us for professional development and skill acquisition.
We don't want technology to be/become
what we learn or why we learn, but rather
a natural extension of how we learn.
Authentic. Relevant. On demand.
an environment in which 1-1 technology use can be nurtured and can flourish
incorporates authentic use of technology
expects access any time, anywhere
creates information consumers and evaluators
Action steps, continued
2014-2015
Seek examples of "good" digital age culture - a "technological Brockton HS"
Seek schools at each level (elementary, MS, HS) that are comparable & compatible with our campuses
Seeks schools as models, collaborators
identify campuses, administrators, teachers, students that already incorporate desired cultural attitude, awareness
2015-2016
highlight, promote (via CO, PD) campuses that incorporate, embody desired culture
2016-2017
full-scale promotion, expected compliance
culture spreads like wildfire, permeates all campuses
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