LITT Meeting - March 18, 2009




RBUSD Lead Instructional Technology Teachers Meeting
March 18, 2009
8:00AM to 3:30PM

Short Agenda


Data Collection with Survey Monkey
Social Bookmarking for Professional Development with Delicious
RSS for Professional Development with Google Reader (Time Permitting)
LUNCH
Teacher Leadership Discussion
Online Learning Communities with Ning
Streaming Video in Education with Ustream (Time Permitting)




Welcome Activity





Overview: Data Collection for Data Driven Decision Making using Survey Monkey


Activity: Create A Proof-of-Concept Survey (For Use in Your Roll as a Teacher or as a LITT)


  • If you'd like to... create a copy of your survey to use with real participants.




Overview: Social Bookmarking for Professional Development using Delicious



Activity 1: Search for resources. Then Save, Annotate, and Share.


Activity 2: Grow Your Personal Learning Network on Delicious






Note: We did not get to the RSS and Google Reader segment before lunch.

Review: RSS for Professional Development using Google Reader (Time Permitting)



Activity: Subscribe, Read, and Share with Notes (Time Permitting)


  • Post a link to your shared items page below:
    • Your shared items page here!





LUNCH - 11:30 to 12:30




Discussion: Teacher Leadership & The Roll of The LITTs





Overview: Online Learning Communities using Ning



Activity A: Create a Proof-of-Concept Community for Your Class


  • Create an Online Learning Community you might use with your students. Include elements you think might be helpful and give some thought to how the layout and design might best support student learning. (If you actually use this, it will almost certainly evolve.)
  • Post a link to your new Online Learning Community below:

Activity B: Contribute to a LITT Community


  • Note: This can essentially replace our Google Group.
  • Join the LITT community created during the walk-through.
  • Make contributions, such as any of the following:
    • A Blog Post
    • A Forum Topic or Question
    • An Instructional Video or Images
    • A Subgroup
  • Respond to others contributions.




Note: We did not get to the Ustream segment before the end of the day.


Demonstration: Streaming Video in Education using Ustream (Time Permitting)






Reflection Activity


Online Evaluation
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Evaluation Results




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