Wcris 2 12 09 School Leadership In Tech

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Published on February 11, 2009

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Wisconsin Council of Religious and Independent Schools February 12, 2009 School Leadership in Technology Celebrating Our Traditions/Preparing for Our Future

Perry Bresemann Skype

I have a good “handle” on technology and what it can do for the students of my school. Yes No

Yes

No

Question What are some of the sites and or publications you use to help you stay abreast with educational technology?

What are some of the sites and or publications you use to help you stay abreast with educational technology?

NETS – Teachers (ISTE) NETS for Teachers Standards and Performance Indicators describes what teachers should know about and be able to do with technology for teaching, learning, and administrative productivity.

NETS for Teachers Standards and Performance Indicators describes what teachers should know about and be able to do with technology for teaching, learning, and administrative productivity.

NETS - Students “ ...[A] groundbreaking paradigm for what young people should know about technology and what they should be able to do with it before graduating.” — eSchool News

“ ...[A] groundbreaking paradigm for what young people should know about technology and what they should be able to do with it before graduating.” — eSchool News

Partnership for 21 st Century Skills “ People in the 21st century live in a technology and media-suffused environment, marked by access to an abundance of information, rapid changes in technology tools, and the ability to collaborate and make individual contributions on an unprecedented scale.”

“ People in the 21st century live in a technology and media-suffused environment, marked by access to an abundance of information, rapid changes in technology tools, and the ability to collaborate and make individual contributions on an unprecedented scale.”

21 st Century Technology Skills

What “Drives” what is done in your classrooms? Technology The curriculum Students The principal

Technology

The curriculum

Students

The principal

Specifically, we envision technology is used To provide global access to information To meet the curricular needs of all learners To refine critical thinking skills and foster creativity To provide a medium for expression and communication

To provide global access to information

To meet the curricular needs of all learners

To refine critical thinking skills and foster creativity

To provide a medium for expression and communication

To collect, assess, and share performance information To improve the effectiveness of administrative tasks To provide skills and proficiencies necessary for the workplace

To collect, assess, and share performance information

To improve the effectiveness of administrative tasks

To provide skills and proficiencies necessary for the workplace

Our School has a Mission Statement (School Purpose) Yes No

Yes

No

The MTM Mission Is to train workers in and expose them to technology in support of mission and ministry in Lutheran congregations and schools

Is to train workers in and expose them to technology in support of mission and ministry in Lutheran congregations and schools

Does your school have a Vision Statement? Yes No

Yes

No

Vision – A snap shot of the future in the hearts and minds of the leaders that will not go away. Who Are You? Where Are You Going? (What will it look like?) How Are You Going to Get There? (Core Values)

Who Are You?

Where Are You Going? (What will it look like?)

How Are You Going to Get There?

(Core Values)

MTM’s Vision is to have an ever expanding number of people in Lutheran ministry exceptionally competent in current and emerging technology, empowering schools to connect people to the gospel.

MTM’s Vision is to have an ever expanding number of people in Lutheran ministry exceptionally competent in current and emerging technology, empowering schools to connect people to the gospel.

Example – Faculty “In-service” Technology Coordinator is developing a $3750 proposal for faculty professional development. She is using the Title 2A program for this.

Technology Coordinator is developing a $3750 proposal for faculty professional development.

She is using the Title 2A program for this.

A “Living” Technology Plan Title of one technology plan “ St. Paul Lutheran School’s Vision for Educational Ministry in the Digital Age”

Title of one technology plan

“ St. Paul Lutheran School’s Vision for Educational Ministry in the Digital Age”

Important Parts of a Tech Plan Mission and Vision Statements Technology Committee

Mission and Vision Statements

Technology Committee

Plans for Assessment – What tool/s do you use to check … How you use technology? How the teachers use technology? How technology is integrated into the classroom curriculum?

Plans for Assessment – What tool/s do you use to check …

How you use technology?

How the teachers use technology?

How technology is integrated into the classroom curriculum?

AUP’s – Acceptable Use Policies For students For teachers For staff

– Acceptable Use Policies

For students

For teachers

For staff

Total Cost Budget Routine maintenance of hardware Making repairs on nonfunctioning equipment Technical support Disposal of outdated hardware Curriculum and instructional support for classroom technology integration Upgrading hardware and software

Routine maintenance of hardware

Making repairs on nonfunctioning equipment

Technical support

Disposal of outdated hardware

Curriculum and instructional support for classroom technology integration

Upgrading hardware and software

Professional Development for Faculty and Staff Part of the total cost budget In-service College courses Title money

Part of the total cost budget

In-service

College courses

Title money

Documentation Current Hardware Inventory Current Software Inventory Plan to replace both

Current Hardware Inventory

Current Software Inventory

Plan to replace both

Strategic Outcomes These should come from your Action Plan

These should come from your Action Plan

Chapter 1, Standard 1 Action Plan Standard I: Educational leaders inspire a shared vision for comprehensive integration of technology and foster an environment and culture conducive to the realization of that vision. PERFORMANCE INDICATOR(S) NEXT STEPS PERSON(S) RESPONSIBLE I WILL KNOW THIS STEP HAS BEEN ACHIEVED WHEN… TIMELINE I.A. Educational leaders facilitate the shared development by all stakeholders of a vision for technology use and widely communicate that vision. I.B. Educational leaders maintain an inclusive and cohesive process to develop, implement, and monitor a dynamic, long-range, and systemic technology plan to achieve the vision.

Technology Committee DISTRICT-LEVEL EMPLOYEES MAJOR DIVISIONS/DEPARTMENTS Education Services Personnel Finance Maintenance and Operations Administrators Classified Staff SCHOOL-LEVEL EMPLOYEES GRADE-LEVEL CLUSTERS K–2 3–5 6–8 9–12 Administrators Classified Staff

Chapter 6, Standard 6 Action Plan Standard IV: Educational leaders understand the social, legal, and ethical issues related to technology and model responsible decision-making related to these issues. PERFORMANCE INDICATOR(S) NEXT STEPS PERSON(S) RESPONSIBLE I WILL KNOW THIS STEP HAS BEEN ACHIEVED WHEN… TIMELINE VI.A. Educational leaders ensure equity of access to technology resources that enable and empower all learners and educators.

Addendums NETS-T NETS-S Action Plan

NETS-T

NETS-S

Action Plan

Essential Skills for an Administrator Making Technology Standards Work for You p. 178 Having a vision and the ability to articulate that vision A personal willingness to be a lifelong learner Knowledge of a variety of instructional practices Knowledge of the change process Interpersonal skills

Having a vision and the ability to articulate that vision

A personal willingness to be a lifelong learner

Knowledge of a variety of instructional practices

Knowledge of the change process

Interpersonal skills

www.mtmproject.org Frank Wegner 715-526-2932 [email_address] Dr. Michael Uden 262-243-2612 [email_address]

Frank’s Opinion - We May Need To reconsider how we do professional development To consider becoming a facilitator of learning. To assess how we interact with others inside and outside our buildings regarding communicating – sharing - supporting

To reconsider how we do professional development

To consider becoming a facilitator of learning.

To assess how we interact with others inside and outside our buildings regarding communicating – sharing - supporting

MTM Courses EDG 670/970 Integrating Technology in the Classroom EDG 639/939 School Leadership in Technology EDG 589/889 Applying Technology in the Content Areas EDG 608/908 Critical Issues in Educational Technology EDG 657/957 Building Online Learning Communities (Web 2.0 Technology – wikis, blogs, RSS feeds …)

EDG 670/970 Integrating Technology in the Classroom

EDG 639/939 School Leadership in Technology

EDG 589/889 Applying Technology in the Content Areas

EDG 608/908 Critical Issues in Educational Technology

EDG 657/957 Building Online Learning Communities (Web 2.0 Technology – wikis, blogs, RSS feeds …)

EDG 607/907 Multimedia for the Classroom EDG 640/940 Networking and Support of Delivery Systems for Schools EDG 514/814 Educational Ministry in the Digital World EDG 671/971 Grants and Funding for Educational Technology Initiatives.

EDG 607/907 Multimedia for the Classroom

EDG 640/940 Networking and Support of Delivery Systems for Schools

EDG 514/814 Educational Ministry in the Digital World

EDG 671/971 Grants and Funding for Educational Technology Initiatives.

Our courses help principals and teachers not only to learn about the technology, but also to learn with the technology and how to integrate it into their curriculums.

Our courses help principals and teachers not only to learn about the technology, but also to learn with the technology and how to integrate it into their curriculums.

MS in Education – Educational Technology MTM and CUW have partnered to bring this innovative program to all Lutheran church workers. Learn how to facilitate 21st century teaching and learning, how to design engaging learning environments, and how to prepare youth for Christian life in the digital world. Dr. Bernard Bull

MTM and CUW have partnered to bring this innovative program to all Lutheran church workers.

Learn how to facilitate 21st century teaching and learning, how to design engaging learning environments, and how to prepare youth for Christian life in the digital world.

Spring Schedule Spring 1 Jan. 5, 09 to Feb. 28,09 Spring 2 March 2, 09 to May 2, 09 Spring 3 May 4, 09 to June 27, 09

Spring 1 Jan. 5, 09 to Feb. 28,09

Spring 2 March 2, 09 to May 2, 09

Spring 3 May 4, 09 to June 27, 09

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