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2008 Summer Institute
LITT Google Group
RBUSD District Map
LITT Social Network
LITT Meeting - February 25, 2009
RBUSD Lead Instructional Technology Teachers Meeting
February 25, 2009
8:00AM to 3:30PM
Overview: ISTE National Educational Technology Standards (NETS)
National Educational Technology Standards
New NETS for
What do the (new) NETS look like in a classroom?
Explore the NETS Implementation Wiki:
"From Paper to Practice"
See also: Cheryl Davis's
NETS tagged lessons
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
document or presentation (or spreadsheet) including the following:
Curricular Standard(s) Addressed:
Technology Standard(s) Addressed:
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):
Publish your lesson plan and add the link below:
(fourth grade, health/LA lesson, using multiple online resources to discuss feelings)
(Biographies of Favorite Americans)
(11th grade current events)
(ANCIENT ROME LESSON USING GOOGLE EARTH)
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?
Wordle Graphic of the NETS
(contributed by Stu Woodward)
Review: Collecting Data with a
Google Docs Spreadsheet Form
Overview: Collecting Data With
Activity: Create A Survey For Your Staff (With Shared Results)
Create a survey with Google Docs or Survey Monkey - about a topic you might actually want to survey the staff at your site about.
Add the URL of your survey below so your fellow LITTs can test it out for you:
Please answer this survey - What is your intelligence (from Gardner)?
Synonyms and Antonyms
Add the URL of your shared results
here so your fellow LITTTs can review them as well:
Add your URL here!
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.
This wiki was originally developed by:
Mark Wagner, Ph.D.
President, Educational Technology and Life Corporation
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