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Wednesday, December 2, 4:30–5:30 pm PST (Pacific Standard Time)

Jill Edwards  
Jessica Pray  
Dr. Cynthia Vavasseur  

Producing large-scale instruction for teachers comes with a unique problem. How do we prepare meaningful experiences for teachers who teach using Chromebooks, laptops or iPads? Or teach in traditional fully online schools? Learn about the critical tools that are needed to set teachers up for success in any environment.

Audience: Coaches, Teacher education/higher ed faculty, Technology coordinators/facilitators
Skill level: Beginner
Attendee devices: Devices useful
Attendee device specification: Smartphone: Windows, Android, iOS
Laptop: Chromebook, Mac, PC
Tablet: Android, iOS, Windows
Topic: Using the ISTE Standards
ISTE Standards: For Coaches:
Visionary Leadership
  • Contribute to the development, communication and implementation of a shared vision for the comprehensive use of technology to support a digital age education for all students.
Digital Age Learning Environments
  • Coach teachers in and model use of online and blended learning, digital content, and collaborative learning networks to support and extend student learning as well as expand opportunities and choices for online professional development for teachers and administrators.
Content Knowledge and Professional Growth
  • Engage in continual learning to deepen content and pedagogical knowledge in technology integration and current and emerging technologies necessary to effectively implement the ISTE Standards •S and ISTE Standards •T.
Additional detail: ISTE author presentation

Proposal summary

Purpose & objective

The purpose of this session is to provide technology leadership teams the best practices and tools needed to assist teachers in meeting the ISTE standards across all types of hardware and software devices. As the program chair of an educational technology leadership Master's degree program, the presenter prepares technology coaches, district instructional technology directors and more for technology leadership positions across the United States. With most graduates looking to become ISTE certified themselves before leading others in their area to become certified, many technology leaders find it difficult to find best practices and resources across varying devices in a district. Hardware availability varies widely across many districts. Therefore, technology leaders must be well versed in various tools that can span across multiple types of devices, including IOS, chromebook and web based devices. Participants will leave this session with tried and analyzed tools aligned to the 7 competencies for ISTE certification, and examples of artifacts that meet the requirements of the ISTE certification.

Learner
Twitter to build your PLN
ISTE PLNs

Leader
UDL resources
PD resources- models of PD

Citizen
Be internet awesome
Google digital literacy resources
Using google tools for student research

Collaborator
Various coding programs
Mystery skype
Zoom
Remind
Talking points app
Google apps for education

Designer
Digital learning environments- weebly, wix, google classroom

Facilitator
Slides
Peardeck
Adobe Spark
Screencast o matic

Analyst
Digital portfolios- google sites, seesaw
Kahoot, Plickers, EdPuzzle, Socrative, Go Formative, Pear Deck, Flipgrid, Quizizz, Gimkit, Recap

Objectives:
TLW gain knowledge and insight of best practices and tools to disseminate to teachers that directly align with ISTE standards for teachers.
TLW differentiate tech tools used for assessment across all devices and understand how it is being taught to future technology coordinators.
TLW differentiate tech tools used for collaboration across all devices and understand how it is being taught to future technology coordinators.
TLW differentiate tech tools used for presentinting across all devices and understand how it is being taught to future technology coordinators.
TLW differentiate tech tools used for screencasting across all devices and understand how it is being taught to future technology coordinators.
TLW differentiate tech tools used for coding across all devices and understand how it is being taught to future technology coordinators.
TLW differentiate tech tools used for learning management systems across all devices and understand how it is being taught to future technology coordinators.
TLW differentiate tech tools used for website creation across all devices and understand how it is being taught to future technology coordinators.
TLW differentiate tech tools used for system management across all devices and understand how it is being taught to future technology coordinators.
TLW understand how digital citizenship is being taught to future technology coordinators.
TLW understand the role of professional development as a technology coordinator.

Outline

Tools for collaboration, assessment, asynchronous and synchronous sessions and presentation with:
chromebooks
browser based devices
IOS devices

Supporting research

Mitchell, Chrystine Mitchell, Fredrich, Laurie, & Appleget, Carin (2018) Preservice
teachers’ blogging: collaboration across universities for meaningful technology integration, Teaching Education, DOI: 10.1080/10476210.2018.1486815

Ditzler, C., Hong, E., & Strudler, N. (2016). How Tablets Are Utilized in the Classroom. Journal
of Research on Technology in Education, 48(3), 181-193.

Harper, B., & Milman, N. B. (2016). One-to-One Technology in K-12 Classrooms: A Review of
the Literature from 2004 through 2014. Journal of Research on Technology in Education,
48(2), 129-142.

Harris, J. L., Al-Bataineh, M. T., & Al-Bataineh, A. (2016). One to One Technology and Its
Effect on Student Academic Achievement and Motivation. Contemporary Educational Technology, 7(4), 368-381.

Howell, Dusti, Tseng, Daphne, Colorado-Resa Jozenia (2017)Fast Assessments with
Digital Tools Using Multiple-Choice Questions, College Teaching, 65:3, 145-147,
DOI: 10.1080/87567555.2017.1291489

Martin, Wendy ,Strother, Scott, ,Beglau, Monica, Bates, Lauren, Reitzes, Timothy, &
Culp, Katherine (2010) Connecting Instructional Technology Professional
Development to Teacher and Student Outcomes, Journal of Research on
Technology in Education, 43:1, 53-74, DOI: 10.1080/15391523.2010.10782561

Penuel, W. R. (2006). Implementation and Effects of One-to-One Computing Initiatives: A
Research Synthesis. Journal of Research on Technology in Education, 38(3), 329-348.

Stanhope, D. S., & Corn, J. O. (2014). Acquiring Teacher Commitment to 1:1 Initiatives: The
Role of the Technology Facilitator. Journal of Research on Technology in Education, 46(3), 252-276.

Stephens, Keri, & Pantoja, Gabriel (2016) Mobile devices in the classroom: learning
motivations predict specific types of multicommunicating
behaviors,Communication Education, 65:4, 463-479, DOI: 10.1080/03634523.2016.1164876

Storz, M. G., & Hoffman, A. R. (2013). Examining Response to a One-to-One Computer 
Initiative: Student and Teacher Voices. RMLE Online: Research in Middle-Level Education, 36(6),

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Presenters

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Jill Edwards, Port Allen High School
ISTE Certified Educator
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Jessica Pray, Our Lady of the Lake Roman Catholic Scho

Jessica Pray, M.Ed teaches 6th grade Reading and Technology at Our Lady of the Lake Roman Catholic School in Mandeville, LA. Jessica serves as one of the school's technology coordinators providing technical assistance to teachers throughout the day as well as instructional technology professional developments to her faculty. Jessica is a certified Google Trainer and Apple Teacher. Jessica was honored as the 2011 Acadia Parish's Teacher of the Year.

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Dr. Cynthia Vavasseur, Nicholls State University

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