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“It was nice to see classrooms in action. Being able to talk with students, teachers, and administrative staff provided a complete perspective.” —Jorge Arteaga, Director of Information Technology, Merced Union H.S. District, CA (2011 Site Visit Attendee)

2012 NSBA Education Technology Site Visits Tech n ol o gy Pra c t i ces t h at Tra n sfo rm Le ar ni ng Visit classrooms where curriculum goals drive technology decisions. See first-hand how 1:1 initiatives and “BYOD” (Bring Your Own Device) programs advance student learning. From emerging technology pilots to proven solutions, these site visits will show you innovation in action across the district—with time to ask questions and network with colleagues. Klein Independent School District Klein, TX February 19 – 21, 2012

(dates immediately following AASA in Houston) NSBA thanks Cable in the Classroom for its continuing support of the Technology Leadership Network Site Visits.

For the eighth consecutive year, Cable in the Classroom (CIC), the national education foundation of the U.S. cable industry, is proud to be the only national partner and sponsor of this important initiative. Working in partnership with, and on behalf of, the National Cable & Telecommunications Association (NCTA) and our cable industry partners, CIC advocates for digital citizenship and the visionary, sensible and effective use of media in homes, schools, and communities. Since 1989, through CIC, local cable companies have been providing complimentary connections to schools, and cable programmers have offered quality educational programming. CIC enables educators to access the best of cable’s video and web content.

Cullman City Schools Cullman, AL February 29 – March 2, 2012

Dysart Unified School District No. 89 Surprise, AZ April 1 – 3, 2012 Clark County Public Schools Las Vegas, NV April 25 – 27, 2012

For details and registration information, go to www.nsba.org/tlnsitevisits Presented by the National School Boards Association’s Technology Leadership Network.

The National School Boards Association has long been a proponent of technology in our nation’s public schools. The Education Technology Program was launched in 1985 by NSBA and its state school boards associations to help advance the wise use of technology in public education. The Technology Leadership Network (TLN) engages participating districts in a dialogue about technology in education that is carried out via meetings, site visits, webinars, and social networking. NSBA is a not-for-profit organization representing state school boards associations and their member districts across the United States. Its mission, working with and through the state associations, is to advocate for equity and excellence in public education through school board leadership. Photo: © SMART Technologies. All rights reserved.


Klein Independent School District, Klein Texas February 19-21, 2012

Where Technology Empowers Learning: Engaging All Students, Expanding Knowledge, Embracing Diversity

Located near Houston, Klein ISD is a highly diverse district with changing demographics serving 46,000 students and 6,000 employees. The district’s success is rooted in a unified vision for technology’s role in supporting student success at all levels, combined with a strong ongoing, job-embedded professional development program and visionary leadership within all curriculum, student support and campus administration areas. Launched in 2004, the district’s Technology Baseline Standard Initiative (TBSI) assures that all students have ready access to a suite of technology tools for learning in their classrooms, as well as teachers who are prepared to maximize those tools through an updated curriculum. Today, every core content classroom K through 12, has an interactive whiteboard, an assessment “clicker” system, projector, document camera and a minimum of four student computers and one teacher computer, all complete with a full complement of software productivity tools and access to hundreds of online interactive learning resources. The combination of powerful learning tools, leadership at all levels, and teachers committed to making it all work—through research based instructional strategies—has produced learning innovations across the entire school district.

Recognizing that 24/7 access to powerful productivity tools and digital resources is key to any 21st century learning program, Klein ISD launched a 1:1 Tablet PC program in 2006 and to date, over 8,600 students, at 4 school locations, have been issued Tablet PC computers as part of the district’s 1:1 student computer initiative. Visitors will also have the opportunity to tour the Network Operations Center, a state of the art facility, where the information technology department is committed to maximizing technology tools for district operations. AGENDA (Visits to specific campus sites may occur on opposite days depending on number of participants.)

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Sunday, February 19 6:30 - 8:30 pm..... Registration and Reception Hilton Garden Inn Houston Northwest, 7979 Willow Chase Boulevard, Houston Monday, February 20 6:45 - 7:20 am..... Registration - Hotel Full Breakfast (Hilton Garden guests only) 7:30 am.................... Bus departs for School Visits 8:00 am.................... Vistas High School Program • High School of Choice and 1:1 Tablet PC Program • Physics Virtual Labs • Student blogging with Gaggle.net • Mathematics with Geometer’s Sketch Pad • Differentiating Instruction through a Learning Management System (LMS) Breakout Session - Math & Science Gone Digital 9:45 am - 12:00 pm... Klein Forest High School • 3,400 Students in a 1:1 Campus • Video conferencing - Collaborative project with feeder school • English as a Second Language (ESL) Web 2.0 tools • Differentiated instruction for co-teaching • Robotics • Learning centers in English classroom • Dual credit classes • Angel Learning - LMS 11:15 am.................. Lunch - Klein Forest High School Culinary Arts Program 12:30 - 2:45 pm.. McDougle Elementary School • Highly-rated Title 1 School • Learning Stations with Classroom Laptops • Parent Center - Technology for Learning • Student Peers as Technology Mentors • Audacity for Reading Fluency • Student Response Systems • Student Technology Tools in Music Breakout Session: Technology Applications Standards: Total Curriculum Integration 3:30 - 5:30 pm..... Keynote and Sponsors’ Reception Pearl Fincher Museum Welcome, Dr. Jim Cain, Superintendent Statewide Technology Initiatives, Anita Givens Associate Commissioner for Standards & Programs, Texas Education Agency; Project Share * Power On Texas * Texas Virtual School Network 5:45 - 7:00 pm..... HP Factory Express Tour 7:30 - 8:30 pm..... Dinner at Trio Steakhouse


Tuesday, February 21 6:45 - 7:15 am..... Full Breakfast (Hilton Garden guests only) 7:30 am.................... Bus departs for School Visits 8:00 - 10:45 am.. Krimmel Intermediate School • 1:1 Tablet Campus - Grades 6-8 • Web 2.0 tools in Language Arts Classrooms • TI-Nspire Calculators and Wii Interactive in Mathematics • HP Innovation in Education Award • Expository Writing with Sound Editing Software • DyKnow Campus-Wide Broadcast • Probes and Probeware in Science Labs • Explore Learning Gizmos • Parent Technology Night Breakout Sessions: Campus Based Technology Professional Development; Multi-level District Technology Professional Development Program 11:00 am - 12:45 pm... Network Operations Center Lunch • Centralized Management of IT Infrastructure and Services • Spoke and Hub Configuration for Network Design • Supporting 40 campuses and 7 administrative sites • 2000 sq ft communications and server room • 900 KVA Generator • Hurricane and Tornado Preparedness Breakout Sessions: Klein Education Foundation, Supporting Innovation in Education; Klein Community Relations, Reaching Out to All Stakeholders 1:00 - 2:50 pm..... Benignus Elementary School • Texas Rated Exemplary School • Lexiled Reading with Achieve 3000 • Mobile Laptop Carts for Differentiated Instruction • Dance Mat Software in Science • Conferencing Cross District with Interactive Whiteboard • Waterford Early Reading Program • First in Math - Online Mathematics Competition • Total Technology Applications Integration with Learning.com’s EasyTech & Sky Breakout Session: Impact of Technology on Learning at Home and School, presentation by parents, teachers and administrators 3:30 pm.................... Bus returns to the hotel

Cullman City Schools, Cullman, Alabama February 29 - March 2, 2012

A World of Possibilities

The city of Cullman is an urban location with a rural, small-town feeling. Located on just over 19 square miles of land, Cullman is home to approximately 15,000 people and serves 3,000 students in its five schools (one primary, two elementary, one middle, and one high school). In 2006, Cullman City Schools was the first school district in Alabama to adopt a One-to-One Laptop Initiative, providing laptops and wireless Internet access to students and educators. Since launching the initiative, Cullman City Schools has enjoyed significantly improved student test scores, increased student attendance and improved discipline in the classroom. In addition, the district has been active in the community, from conducting research to providing education technology guidance, and was recognized for its visionary leadership. Cullman City Schools has garnered over $500,000 in grants for its efforts, was selected as a 2009 TLN Salute District, and in 2010, district superintendent Dr. Jan Harris was selected as an eSchool News Tech-Savvy Superintendent. The Cullman City Schools technology team was also selected as the 2011 recipient of the Consortium of School Networking (CoSN) Team Award for its effective leadership in using technology to increase opportunities and accessibility for student learning, build community with parents, teachers and school leaders, and improve instruction, teacher training and student learning. Through a commitment to improve student learning, the district has provided students with greater access to technological resources that mirror real-world tools and applications, provided contact with students in other countries via video conferencing, provided access to courses not available on a local level with the assistance of the Alabama Department of Education Distance Learning program (ACCESS), and leveled the playing field for students with limited access to technology. Experience the uniqueness of our city as we share the journey of our teachers and students. AGENDA Wednesday, February 29 6:00 - 8:00 pm..... Registration and Reception Hampton Inn, 6100 Alabama Highway 157 Cullman Thursday, March 1 6:45 - 7:45 am..... Registration 7:00 - 7:55 am..... Breakfast 7:40 - 7:55 am..... Welcome, Superintendent Dr. Jan Harris 8:00 am..................... Bus departs for School Visits 2 0 1 2

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8:10 - 11:00 am... School Tours Cullman City Primary School, East Elementary School, Cullman Middle School • Alabama Reading Initiative • Intervention and Remediation • Technology in Physical Education • Community Connections • iPods/Podcasting • Technology in the Primary Classroom • Managing Wireless Devices • Digital Music (Piano Lab) • Time Management with Technology • Project-based Learning • Distance Learning 11:05 am - 12:05 pm... Lunch at Rumor’s Deli 12:15 - 3:05 pm.. School Tours Cullman High School & West Elementary School • iPads in Education • Scientific Probe Wear • Web 2.0 in Foreign Language • Global Connections • Utilizing Student Devices • Technology to Promote Student Athletes • English Language Learners • Connecting with Homebound Students • Classroom Connections to the Real World 3:15 pm.................... Bus returns to hotel 4:30 pm.................... Bus departs for Dinner, “Stars Fell on Alabama,” Stone Bridge Farms 7:15 pm.................... Return to hotel

Friday, March 2 7:00 - 7:45 am...... Breakfast (Hampton Inn guests only) 8:00 am.................... Bus departs for Central Office 8:30 - 10:30 am.. Breakout Sessions • PR & Communications; Student Data; Emergency Notification; iPads & Paperless Board; Online PD; Purchasing/Management Tools 10:50 am - 12:30 pm...3-D Imaging Lab Tour and Lunch Wallace State Community College, Hanceville, Alabama 1:00 pm.................... Bus arrives at the hotel Note: Cullman is equally accessible by air from either Huntsville or Birmingham, but either will require a car rental. The last site on the visit is closer to Birmingham. 2 0 1 2

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Dysart Unified School District, Surprise, Arizona April 1-3, 2012

Student Success in the Southwest

The Dysart Unified School District is dedicated to serving the needs of all children with high quality educational services, before- and after- school programs, and community education classes. With a student population of 25,000, Dysart is composed of 20 elementary schools, 4 comprehensive high schools, 1 alternative program campus, an early childhood center, and an online high school. Elementary schools include grades K-8, with full day kindergarten available for all students. Some of the academic highlights include advanced placement, career and technical education, International Baccalaureate, Cambridge Academy, as well as gifted and special education programs. Even with the rough economic climate, Dysart continues to find innovative ways to stay on top of the latest developments in educational technology. Some of the programs and processes Dysart features include: • Instructional Growth Teachers at each campus who spend 80% of their time coaching teachers • Technology Training Specialists who develop, organize and facilitate ongoing technology professional development and training support for all district employees • Innovation Ambassadors at each campus, modeling how to integrate technology and New Century Learning in the classroom • Teacher Innovators test driving new technologies to determine if they are easily integrated within our network to deliver desired student outcomes • iSchool, Dysart’s online High School, providing rigorous online instruction for students seeking anytime, anyplace instruction • iPal our Integrated Data tool providing online access to curriculum maps, dynamic assessment data and professional development opportunities • 21st Century Skills Assessments based on the National Education Technology Standards for both students and staff • An Information Technology department staffed with programmers, technicians, and network specialists • Special education classrooms supported with interactive boards, online reading instruction for grades 6-12, Tap-It technology for those with multiple disabilities, as well as iPod Touch and iPads in 11 special education settings AGENDA Sunday, April 1 6:30 – 8:30 pm..... Registration and Reception The Renaissance Hotel & Spa, 9495 West Coyotes Boulevard, Glendale (At Westgate City Center)


Monday, April 2 7:00 – 8:00 am..... Registration – Hotel Full Breakfast (Renaissance guests only) 8:10 am.................... Bus departs for School Visits – Tours: Mercury, Rattlers, & Diamondbacks (3 schools each; all will visit Valley Vista High School) • Find out how Dysart’s Student Owned Device Initiative is impacting high school classrooms • Discover how students use multiple platforms and programs to help them gain confidence in Foreign Language classes Mercury Tour—Ashton Ranch and Thompson Ranch elementary schools & Valley Vista High School • iPads used to increase reading and math fluency • Technology integration in physical education class for elementary students • Library technology integration and student owned devices • Visit a Title 1 school with an A+ Award • Smart Table use with kindergarten ELL students Rattlers Tour – Parkview and Sonoran Heights elementary schools & Valley Vista High School • Virtual showcase of student learning and authentic products • iPod touch devices increasing student achievement of middle level special education students • Visit to an Excelling Elementary School • SMART Technologies bringing visual images and student interaction into the classroom • Technology integration with 3, 5, and 6th grade Diamondback Tour—Canyon Ridge and Marley Park elementary schools & Valley Vista High School • Video Conferencing bringing experts into the classroom, connecting with students from around the world and validating student research • Witness the creation of authentic projects as they bring meaning to the curriculum • Cambridge Academy, an advanced academic program for middle school students utilizing technology to reach a world wide audience • Edomo online student portfolios • iPod Touch devices provide stimulating environments and self-reflective learning opportunities 12:30 – 1:30 pm...Lunch at Valley Vista High School 1:30 – 3:20 pm.... Breakout Sessions (Topics from multiple areas including: The Governing Board, School Leadership, Curriculum and Instruction, Human Resources, Special Education, Transportation, Information Technology, Business, and Community Education) 3:30 pm.................... Buses depart from Valley Vista to the Hotel 4:45 pm.................... Buses depart for Evening Event-musical 5:30 – 9:30 pm.....Tour, Dinner, & Sponsor’s Reception Instrument Museum 10:00 pm................. Arrive at hotel

Tuesday, April 3 7:00 – 8:00 am.... Registration – Hotel Breakfast (Renaissance guests only) 8:10 am.................... Bus Departs for School Visits – Tours: Cardinals, Suns, Coyotes Cardinals Tour – Dysart High School and Luke Elementary School • Edmodo building student online communities and a learning platform for sharing • Media Productions, Digital Communications, Automotive, and Photography Career and Technical classes • TI navigators and iPads • iPod Touch devices increasing special education achievement in the high school • Skype to collaborate and critique work in Art class • iPod Carts increasing reading fluency at the elementary Suns Tour – Shadow Ridge High School, Mountain View Elementary School, Sundown Alternative School • Engineering students working on robotics projects • Dysart’s signature architecture program with authentic, industry-standard and hands-on computer aided design drafting software and tools • Online physical fitness • QR codes in the high school library • Technology Integration in high school science • Math with recording pens at Dysart’s Alternative Education Program • iPad use in a self-contained special education classroom • Blogging, communication 24/7 Coyotes Tour – Willow Canyon High School and Dysart’s Early Childhood Center • International Baccalaureate • Phlebotomy • iPads in the Audio/Visual technologies classroom • Edmodo for student collaboration in Ceramics class • TV Broadcasting • Assistive Technology communication devices with special education preschool students • Promethean Boards and iPad learning centers with preschool students • Adapted furniture, toys and equipment 12:30 – 2:30 pm.. Lunch at Dysart Support Facility 2:35 pm.................... Buses return to hotel

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Clark County School District, Las Vegas, Nevada April 25 – 27, 2012

Wild About Technology

The Clark County School District encompasses all of Clark County, Nevada, including the metropolitan Las Vegas area and outlying communities, and serves nearly 310,000 students. It is the fifthlargest school district in the United States, spread over 7,910 square miles, and includes 357 schools with diverse programs that serve urban, suburban, and rural communities. As last year’s first place Digital School District winner, the Clark County School District has been recognized as a leader in using technology to provide innovative and engaging 21st century learning experiences for students, to support a robust magnet schools program, and to provide enterprise systems in support of the business of learning. In the spirit of the Wild West, the Clark County School District has accepted the challenges as a leader in innovative technology. These are just a few of the programs offered in the Clark County School District: • Onsite teacher coaches for technology integration • Districtwide parent communication system and robust school and teacher websites • Partnership with the Las Vegas PBS station which provides streaming video and cable to classrooms • Extensive magnet school programs, K-12 • Virtual High School, 9-12 • Online professional development registration, delivery, and tracking • Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) piloted in select high schools • Largest deployment of FUSE algebra app for iPads • Extensive use of social networking systems, including blogs, video, and wikis • Access, through a single portal, for all curricular resources (Curriculum Engine) • School broadcasting programs • Districtwide WAN, high-speed Internet access, and wireless access • Cyberbullying prevention initiatives • Unified help desk for technical support • District-wide replace and repurpose program for equipment • Content and learning management systems During classroom visits, participants will interact with students and teachers as they engage in learning through technology. AGENDA Wednesday, April 25 6:30 – 8:30 pm..... Registration and Reception Monte Carlo Resort, 3770 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas Thursday, April 26 6:45 – 7:45 am..... Registration – Hotel Full Breakfast (Monte Carlo guests only) 8:00 am – 3:00 pm... Buses depart for School Visits A, B, C Lunch - catered by culinary arts students on each tour 2 0 1 2

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Tour A – Middle School, High School, Career & Technical Academy • Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Algebra App for iPads • iPads in Classrooms • Video on Demand • School Broadcasting • Career and Technical Education Programs • Google Apps Breakout sessions (select 2 on site): • Online Professional Development for Common Core State Standards • Communicating (ParentLink and Teacher Websites) • Using a Growth Model • Tech Planning as Part of Strategic Planning • Curriculum Engine (online curricular resources) Tour B – Middle School, High School, Career & Technical Academy • Cyber Safety Curriculum • Reporting Cyberbullying • FBI’s Safe Online Surfing (SOS) Internet Challenge • Electronic Collaboration in Fine Arts • Moodle for Content Management and Delivery Breakout sessions (select 2 on site): • Using a Growth Model • Acceptable Use Policies in a Digital World • Social Networking in Instruction • Digital Assessments • Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) and School Networks Tour C – Middle School, High School, Career & Technical Academy • Electronic Collaboration on Science Projects • Using Social Networking for Managing Content and Extending Learning (Edmodo) • 1:1 iPads • QR Codes Breakout sessions (select 2 on site): • Communicating (ParentLink and Teacher Websites) • Curriculum Engine (online curricular resources) • Online Professional Development for Common Core State Standards • Digital Assessments • Tech Planning as Part of Strategic Planning 3:30 pm.................... Networking Reception, The Springs Preserve A historical and cultural venue focused on sustainability 5:45 pm.................... Buses return to hotel 6:00 pm.................... Evening on your own Friday, April 27 6:45 – 7:45 am..... Full Breakfast (Monte Carlo guests only) 8:00 am.................... Depart for School Visits Each tour will visit two elementary schools, Vegas PBS and the Virtual High School Tours D, E, F Highlight: • Technology in a Language Immersion Elementary School • Student Video Projects • CCSD TV • Technology in Common Core Standards • Partnership with Public Broadcasting System • Credit Retrieval 11:30........................... Lunch at one of three sites 2:00 pm.................... Buses return to the hotel


2012 NSBA Education Technology Site Visits Registration Form HOTEL INFORMATION

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REGISTRATION FEES Fees for each site visit. Please select the visit(s) you would like to attend. $385 for Technology Leadership Network Districts $450 for Other Districts

q Klein Independent School District, Klein, TX, 2/19–2/21 q Cullman City Schools, Cullman, AL, 2/29–3/2 q Dysart Unified School District No. 89, Surprise, AZ, 4/1-4/3 q Clark County Public Schools, Las Vegas, NV, 4/25-4/27 Total: $__________ Payment Information

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CANCELLATION POLICY Requests for refunds (less $75 service fee per registrant) must be made in writing to the NSBA registrar prior to the site visit. After that time, no refunds will be granted. For NSBA Use Only

Klein Independent School District: Hilton Garden Inn Houston Northwest Rates: $109 Single or Double occupancy plus tax Current tax is 17% Room rates includes a full breakfast Cut-off date to make reservations is January 27, 2012 Phone:  832-912-1000   Cullman City Schools, Cullman AL: Hotel: Hampton Inn Cullman Rates: $88 plus tax Single or Double occupancy plus tax Current tax is 12.25% Room rates includes a deluxe continental breakfast Cut-off date to make reservations is February 15, 2012 Phone:  256-739-4444 or 1-800-426-7866   Dysart Unified School District: Renaissance Glendale Hotel & Spa Rates: $179 Single/ $199 Double plus tax Current tax is 12.87 % Room rates includes a full breakfast Cut-off date to make reservations is March 5, 2012 Phone:  623-937-3700   Clark County School District: Monte Carlo Hotel Rates: $103.01 Single occupancy /$127.62 Double occupancy *The above room rates are inclusive of the following: Clark County tax (12%), $15 Resort Fee, and a breakfast coupon for a full breakfast.  The Resort fee includes: in room internet, fitness center access, daily newspaper, local and 800 calls, copying, faxing and boarding pass printing.  Cut-off date to make reservations is March 30, 2012 Phone: 1-800-311-8999

TRAVEL DISCOUNTS NSBA has named Association Travel Concepts (ATC) as the official travel agency for the Site Visits. ATC has negotiated discounts with United Airlines and Enterprise and Hertz Rental Car to bring you fares and rates lower than those available to the public. Visit www.nsba.org/tlnsitevisits for ATC contact information and discount codes. Due to the nature of these site visits, space is limited. Please DO NOT make flight arrangements until you receive confirmation of your registration. If you have special needs, please call 703-838-6764 or email aflynn@nsba.org to make arrangements.

FOUR WAYS TO REGISTER (Please select only one)

Register online at www.nsba.org/sitevisits 2 Call 800-950-6722 3 Fax this form to 703-519-6497 4 Mail this form with payment to NSBA Registrar, P.O. Box 1807, Merrifield, VA 22116-8007 1


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2012 NSBA Education Technology Site Visits

Technology Practices that Transform Learning

Photo: © SMART Technologies. All rights reserved.

2012 NSBA Education Technology Site Visits

Surprise, AZ April 1 – 3, 2012

Dysart Unified School District No. 89

Cullman, AL February 29 – March 2, 2012

Cullman City Schools

(dates immediately following AASA in Houston)

Klein, TX February 19 – 21, 2012

Klein Independent School District

Technology Practices that Transform Learning

“This is one of the best experiences I have had in 30 years in educational technology!” —Jim Marras, Technology Coordinator, Lakewood City Schools, Ohio (2011 Site Visit Attendee)

Clark County Public Schools

Las Vegas, NV April 25 – 27, 2012

For details and registration information, go to www.nsba.org/tlnsitevisits

Presented by the National School Boards Association’s Technology Leadership Network.


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