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Published on November 4, 2007

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Presentation by Stan Silverman, New York Institute of Technology.
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Nov 2 Stan Silverman New York Institute of Technology

Metiri Group The state of New York does not currently hold a collective, forward looking vision for how technology will be used to advance teaching, learning, and leading in this 21 st Century. Student use of computers in New York schools, on average, is limited to two or less hours per week, and is focused primarily on drill and practice and online research. Unlike many other states in the nation, New York does not currently have a state-sponsored broadband network to serve K-12 schools and other USNY systems. Nearly all learning environments and administrative offices in New York schools have high speed Internet connectivity, and the majority of schools report student-to-computer ratios of 5:1 or better.

The state of New York does not currently hold a collective, forward looking vision for how technology will be used to advance teaching, learning, and leading in this 21 st Century.

Student use of computers in New York schools, on average, is limited to two or less hours per week, and is focused primarily on drill and practice and online research.

Unlike many other states in the nation, New York does not currently have a state-sponsored broadband network to serve K-12 schools and other USNY systems.

Nearly all learning environments and administrative offices in New York schools have high speed Internet connectivity, and the majority of schools report student-to-computer ratios of 5:1 or better.

While most teachers in New York schools consider themselves to be highly skilled in basic uses of technology (e.g., word processors, presentation software, and email), considerably fewer consider themselves proficient in most advanced or web-based skills in using online research, data analysis software, multimedia, the use of new technologies such as white boards and digital tools to access digital content, or the use of Web 2.0 tools such as wikis, blogs, and online networking environments. With some notable exceptions, there is a lack of systems thinking and systemic capacity within USNY to drive innovative uses of technology the state’s K-12 schools. The use of technology for administrative purposes (e.g., data-driven decision making, eCommunication, teacher productivity with technology, online professional development) is gaining momentum due to NCLB requirements. USNY has tremendous resources within its institutions that are currently inaccessible to most K-12 students in New York. These resources represent tremendous learning opportunities that could be tapped through systematic digital content research and development projects.

While most teachers in New York schools consider themselves to be highly skilled in basic uses of technology (e.g., word processors, presentation software, and email), considerably fewer consider themselves proficient in most advanced or web-based skills in using online research, data analysis software, multimedia, the use of new technologies such as white boards and digital tools to access digital content, or the use of Web 2.0 tools such as wikis, blogs, and online networking environments.

With some notable exceptions, there is a lack of systems thinking and systemic capacity within USNY to drive innovative uses of technology the state’s K-12 schools.

The use of technology for administrative purposes (e.g., data-driven decision making, eCommunication, teacher productivity with technology, online professional development) is gaining momentum due to NCLB requirements.

USNY has tremendous resources within its institutions that are currently inaccessible to most K-12 students in New York. These resources represent tremendous learning opportunities that could be tapped through systematic digital content research and development projects.

Framework for 21st Century Learning

The Swinging of the Pendulum Cognitive Ignition Core skills

E 4th Entice Encourage Enable Empower

Entice

Encourage

Enable

Empower

The 28 NYS Learning Standards Proposition 57 CORE CONTENT

Core Subjects and 21st Century Skills Global Awareness Financial, Economic,Business and Entrepreneurial Literacy Civic Literacy Health Literacy

Global Awareness

Financial, Economic,Business and Entrepreneurial Literacy

Civic Literacy

Health Literacy

Learning and Innovation Skills Creativity and Innovation Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Communications and Collaboration

Creativity and Innovation

Critical Thinking and

Problem Solving

Communications

and Collaboration

Information, Media and Technology Skills Information Literacy Media Literacy ICT Literacy Maps Math Science English Geography

Information Literacy

Media Literacy

ICT Literacy Maps

Math

Science

English

Geography

Life and Career Skills Flexibility and Adaptability Initiative and Self-Direction Social and Cross-Cultural Skills Productivity and Accountability Leadership and Responsibility

Flexibility and Adaptability

Initiative and Self-Direction

Social and Cross-Cultural Skills

Productivity and Accountability

Leadership and Responsibility

21st Century Support Systems 21st Century Skills 21st Century Curriculum and Instruction 21st Century Professional Development 21st Century Learning Environments Assessment of 21st Century Skills

21st Century Skills

21st Century Curriculum and Instruction

21st Century Professional Development

21st Century Learning Environments

Assessment of 21st Century Skills

Resources available Thinkfinity Intel Teach EEZ NYTPP New York State Teacher Centers

Thinkfinity

Intel Teach

EEZ

NYTPP

New York State Teacher Centers

INTEL COURSES Intel Teach-Essentials Thinking with Technology Leadership Forum Graduate credit available VLS/Local Learning Manager

 

The Course Offerings The Essentials Course consists of instruction delivered through 8 curricular modules. The course curriculum supports: Instructional design, project approaches, multiple methods of assessment, and promotion of 21st century skills Effective use of technology in the classroom Instructional uses of new communication and collaborative learning technologies Research and productivity strategies and tools Problem-solving and working in teams

The Essentials Course consists of instruction delivered through 8 curricular modules. The course curriculum supports:

Instructional design, project approaches, multiple methods of assessment, and promotion of 21st century skills

Effective use of technology in the classroom

Instructional uses of new communication and collaborative learning technologies

Research and productivity strategies and tools

Problem-solving and working in teams

The Course Offerings The Thinking with Technology Course consists of instruction delivered through 10 curricular modules. During the course, participants will: Examine a framework for thinking skills and identify those most relevant to curricular goals. Learn to use online tools for visual representation of student thinking. Create a unit plan using online projects that are aligned to state and national standards and support student-centered learning and authentic inquiry.

The Thinking with Technology Course consists of instruction delivered through 10 curricular modules. During the course, participants will:

Examine a framework for thinking skills and identify those most relevant to curricular goals.

Learn to use online tools for visual representation of student thinking.

Create a unit plan using online projects that are aligned to state and national standards and support student-centered learning and authentic inquiry.

The Course Offerings The Intel Teach Leadership Forum provides face-to-face professional development focusing on the importance of leadership in promoting, supporting, and modeling the use of technology in instruction. Through the forum, participants explore relevant research and behaviors related to supporting effective technology integration and associated professional development.

The Intel Teach Leadership Forum provides face-to-face professional development focusing on the importance of leadership in promoting, supporting, and modeling the use of technology in instruction. Through the forum, participants explore relevant research and behaviors related to supporting effective technology integration and associated professional development.

Thinkfinity/MarcoPoloNY

 

http://www. nyiteez . org/MarcoPoloNY

MarcoPolo Literacy $31,000,000 Thinkfinity

 

 

 

Thinkfinity

EEZ

EEZ Standards Based Equity Bank New Technologies Global Connections VOD Resources Remote Sensor Project

Standards Based

Equity Bank

New Technologies

Global Connections

VOD Resources

Remote Sensor Project

Technology Placement Program Providing hardware, software and training Phase 1 - Teachers Phase 2 - Students and their families Phase 3 - Schools [1-to-1 computing] http://www.nytpp.org

Providing hardware, software and training

Phase 1 - Teachers

Phase 2 - Students and their families

Phase 3 - Schools [1-to-1 computing]

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