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1:1 Learning Journey: A Move Toward Bring Your Own Technology

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1:1 Learning Journey:
A Move Toward Bring Your Own Technology A view of 1 district's Journey into 1:1 Learning Michael Walker
Secondary Technology Integration Specialist
Edina Public Schools
ISTE 2011
@micwalker
http://edinatech.blogspot.com
Resources:
https://sites.google.com/a/apps.edina.k12.mn.us/techresourcesforteachers/ Introduction
Overview of Best Practice
Our Journey
Outcomes
Where do we go from here
Equity
Questions Today's Agenda 2007 District 2008-2012 Long Range Technology Plan 21 Steps to 21st Century Learning and 1:1 Success Scott McLeod Web 2.0 Community of Practice Wireless in place at EHS and a few MS classrooms Beginning Research into 1:1 Learning 2008 2009 CAREI Grant to Study 1:1 Wireless connectivity issues 2010 2011 http://thejournal.com/pages/cdwg/1-to-1_approaches.aspx?pc=e076em06&utm_source=webmktg&utm_medium=E-Mail&utm_campaign=e076em06 Best Practice Make the laptop Disappear! -Howard Levin Technology should be like Oxygen...Ubiquitous, Invisible and Necessary!
-Chris Lehmann From Seton High Ed Tech Director Keith Schaeper:

Customer-Parent Buy In
Don't minimize Staff Buy In
Have Administration/Board Buy In
Look for efficiencys
Put in solid Support Infrastructure 5 Steps to 1:1 Success 4 Phases of Successful Implementation
Planning
Preparation
Implementation
Review http://education.qld.gov.au/smartclassrooms/pdf/scbyte-21steps.pdf Latest Research Project Red
Actuall savings of 1:1=$448/student/year http://www.projectred.org/about_the_project.php Boston College Study January 2010
Peer-Reviewed Study
Increase in English/LA Standardized Scores
Increased Engagement
Increased Motivation
Changes in Pedagogy
Only as Good as Effective as their Teachers http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2010/01/100121171415.htm
http://www.eschoolnews.com/2010/02/16/11-programs-only-as-good-as-their-teachers/ Quotes 1:1 Laptop programs are not a technology initiative, they are a learning initiative. -Many! "We often behave as if nuclear secrets are hidden in a seventh grader's laptop" Gary Stager There can be no silos in a successful 1:1 implementation #GL2010 @darinking It is not a tech initiative, it's a learning initiative! Edina's Journey "Go Wireless" CoP 22 staff from Middle and High School
2 Year Commitment
Year 1
Study Curriculum Integration with 1 to 1
Study Classroom management with 1 to 1
Investigate other 1 to 1 programs
Answer questions...
Create integrated units
Year 2
Implement Laptop Carts in both Middle Schools High School wants no part of 1:1 Site visits Defined Goals of the Pilot: Personalize Learning
Break down the Classroom Walls
21st Century Skills
Constructed Response Improvement
Better use of Time/Resources Stillwater 1:1 Learning Institute http://edinatech.blogspot.com/2008/10/one-to-one-leadership-institute-session.html Kent, Washington http://edinatech.blogspot.com/2008/11/dr-burke-visit-to-mill-creek-middle.html Educon 2.1 http://edinatech.blogspot.com/2009/01/educon-21-science-and-leadership.html Oakland Visit
Teachers Saw it in Action for 1st time
Worked on Policy Board Approval We want a Business Plan Board Feedback Chose Model Staff Training 2 Days
Policy Issues
Roll Out Plan Students and Parents Notified of Pilot and Control FAQ Drivers License Training Policy Configuration Parents: Filter at Home too! http://www.edina.k12.mn.us/news/one-to-one%20FAQ.html Moodle Course w/ Assessment Connectivity Issues... Teachers using Moodle for LMS Students Writing more Google Apps not working Star Tribune Article http://www.startribune.com/local/west/81933137.html?elr=KArksUUUoDEy3LGDiO7aiU Damage Issues Google Apps Working! Computers Collected 31 Comments!! Open Wireless Working and Tested EHS Begins Allowing Students to BYOL A New Plan Laptops on Carts
Option of BYOL
Netbooks purchased for check-out
Still focused on Goals http://edinatech.blogspot.com/2010/10/go-wireless-initiative-year-2-update.html http://www.convergemag.com/infrastructure/Student-Devices-Save-Districts-Money.html Where do we go from here? Equity Questions? Laptops Distributed on Carts Parent Orientation/ Laptops 24/7 CAREI Evaluation The concept of 1-to-1 was favorable (teachers, students, parents).
Many technical/hardware/connectivity issues were encountered during the school year. These issues greatly hindered teaching and learning activities both at school and home. So much so that it is impossible to determine the extent to which the goals of the pilot were met.
Teachers’ collaboration with their job-alikes was negatively impacted by the laptop pilot.
Technology support and integration support were understaffed.
Students’ technical skills were reported to have grown by teachers, parents, and students themselves. Teachers felt students’ skills were overestimated at the beginning of the year. Many pilot students were missing basic computing skills (file management), which impacted curriculum.
Overall, students liked having laptops to use at school and at home.
A little over 50% of students polled used their own computers at home instead of their issued laptop http://nwtv12.img.entriq.net/htm/nwtv12flashplayer.htm?articleID=8217 Bring Your Own Laptop Evaluation Training Affordable Access http://mobilecitizen.org http://www.internetessentials.com/ Policies http://tinyurl.com/edinabyodpolicy http://tinyurl.com/edinabyodtraining Positives! Over 7300 Google Apps for Edu users!
200+ Students BOYD That's over 6 computer labs coming to school each day! "The true transformation happens when students have access to their device 24/7. " Superintendent Keith Rysoski https://sites.google.com/a/apps.edina.k12.mn.us/teaching-with-laptop-carts/
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