LITT Meeting - February 25, 2009




RBUSD Lead Instructional Technology Teachers Meeting
Agenda
February 25, 2009
8:00AM to 3:30PM



Welcome Activity


Overview: ISTE National Educational Technology Standards (NETS)


Activity: NETS Integration Lesson Plans (Shared Via Google Docs)

  • What might the NETS look like in your classroom? (You may work in grade level teams to answer this question.)
  • Create a proof-of-concept lesson plan that would accomplish the following:
    • Address content standards or another curricular or educational goal.
    • Address one or more of the NETS
  • Create a Google Docs document or presentation (or spreadsheet) including the following:
    • Title:
    • Grade Level:
    • Subject:
    • Topic:
    • Length:
    • Objective(s):
    • Curricular Standard(s) Addressed:
    • Technology Standard(s) Addressed:
    • Technology/Equipment/Supplies Needed:
    • Resources/Materials Needed:
    • Preparation (Detailed Step By Step):
    • Process (Detailed Step By Step):
    • Assessment (Including a Rubric if Applicable):
    • Collaboration (w/LITTs, IT, other staff, or others outside the district):
    • Other Notes:
  • Publish your lesson plan and add the link below:
  • Briefly share your lesson plan with the group.

Discussion: Your Reactions to The NETS

  • What are some potential benefits to adopting this framework/
  • What are some potential challenges?
  • What would be your first steps in seeking solutions to these challenges - and what additional resources might you need?
  • Discussion Notes

BONUS: Wordle Graphic of the NETS (contributed by Stu Woodward)



BREAK




Review: Collecting Data with a Google Docs Spreadsheet Form


Overview: Collecting Data With Survey Monkey


Activity: Create A Survey For Your Staff (With Shared Results)


  • Add the URL of your shared results here so your fellow LITTTs can review them as well:
    • Add your URL here!

  • Discussion:
    • What challenges or aha moments did you experience as you created your survey?
    • What are the pros and cons of these two tools? Would you want to try your survey using the other tool?
    • What do you still need to know to implement your survey?

Bonus: Create a Self Grading Quiz with a Google Form

  • Create a quiz using a Google Docs Form.
  • Create "IF" formulas to grade each question.
  • Create a "SUM" formula to total the score.
  • Create another nested "IF" formula to grade the quiz based on the score.

Reflection Activity


Online Evaluation






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