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Educational Technology Success Initiative ETSI Mission: To build educational technology leadership capacity in PISD We are excited to welcome you to PISD’s third annual ETSI! Over the course of the week, you will … 

learn about models of technology integration and how you can apply them in your curriculum and on your campus.

attend standards-based breakout sessions that address your needs & interests.

explore websites and mobile apps that will take your lessons to the next level by supporting content, engaging students, and improving learning outcomes.

investigate the meanings of digital literacy and digital citizenship in 2016.

practice skills and strategies to be an Ed Tech leader on your campus.

share with and learn from your peers at our Edcamp.

There is no precise formula for successful technology integration. The “best” model depends on your curriculum, your population of students and parents, teacher technology training and experience, and many other factors. We hope that this opportunity to explore the use of tech tools, discuss tech integration models, and collaborate with other teachers will get your creative juices flowing and give you ideas to take back to your classrooms and campuses.

Essential Questions: What are the characteristics of purposeful and effective technology integration? How do we determine if technology integration is purposeful and effective? What considerations should inform our decision-making regarding technology integration? How does purposeful and effective technology integration improve/increase student learning? How can effective technology integration support the students’ increasing development of Collaboration, Creativity, Critical Thinking and Communication skills (the 4 C’s)?

Teachers need to integrate technology seamlessly into the curriculum instead of viewing it as an add-on, an afterthought, or an event. – Heidi Hayes Jacobs

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Technology Integration Models SAMR Dr. Ruben R. Puentedura’s four part SAMR model of Substitution, Augmentation, Modification, and Redefinition can help you when planning your classroom tech integration. The model provides a way of for teachers to think about technology integration in terms of a ladder, with the lowest level of tech integration at the bottom and the highest or best practice level at the top. Teachers are encouraged to "teach above the line," meaning to move from the bottom two levels on the tech integration ladder to the two highest ones. More information is available at http://www.hippasus.com/rrpweblog/.

TPACK Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK) is a framework that identifies the knowledge teachers need to teach effectively with technology. At the heart of the TPACK framework is the complex interplay of three primary forms of knowledge: Content (CK), Pedagogy (PK), and Technology (TK). The TPACK approach goes beyond seeing these three knowledge bases in isolation. TPACK also emphasizes the new kinds of knowledge that lie at the intersections between them, representing four more knowledge bases applicable to teaching with technology. Individual teachers, grade level, school-specific factors, demographics, culture, and other factors ensure that every situation is unique, and no single combination of content, technology, and pedagogy will apply for every teacher, every course, or every view of teaching. More information is available at www.tpack.org.

TIM The Technology Integration Matrix (TIM) was developed by the Florida Center for Instructional Technology to help with the complex task of evaluating technology integration in the classroom. Basic technology skills and integration of technology into the curriculum go hand in hand to form teacher technology literacy. The matrix can be used to encourage the seamless use of technology in all curriculum areas and promote technology literacy. See http://fcit.usf.edu/matrix/ for more information.

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ISTE Standards The International Society for Technology in Education Standards were developed as a tool for schools to assess and evaluate their skills in order to implement effective instructional technology. ISTE developed sets of standards for students, teachers, administrators, coaches, and computer science educators. These sets of standards are designed to work together to support learning, teaching, leading, and transforming schools into the digital age. The purpose of the ISTE standards is to transform schools by promoting best practices in learning and teaching with technology. This global set of standards have been adopted worldwide because of their rich, effective benefits. The student standards have been completely updated for 2016 and include an emphasis on students becoming empowered learners, digital citizens, knowledge constructors, and more. The teacher standards highlight ways in which to help transform instructional methods to produce online learning environments which are student-centered and/or project-based and to prepare students to compete in the global job market as responsible digital citizens. The administrator standards serve as a guide to systemic change in schools to promote creative, digital environments. Collaboratively, the sets of standards provide ways to inspire and support schools in their implementation of technology integration models such as TIM, SAMR, and TPACK. More information available at www.iste.org.

Understanding By Design (UbD) Understanding by DesignŽ (UbD™) is a framework for teaching to improve student understanding. Emphasizing the teacher's critical role as a designer of student learning, UbD™ works within the standards-driven curriculum to help teachers clarify learning goals, devise revealing assessments of student understanding, and craft effective and engaging learning activities. More information available at http://www.ascd.org/research-a-topic/ understanding-by-design-resources.aspx

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When planning tech implementation, which ISTE Standard(s) will be your focus in the 2016-17 school year and why? Student Standard(s)

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Teacher Standard(s)

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N=Need to know | E=Excited about | S=Stance/opinion | W=Worrisome ETSI Website - tiny.cc/etsi2016 | Twitter: @pisdetsi #pisdetsi

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Compass Points Reflection

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B re a ko u t S e s s i o n s a . m . ( E l e m e n t a r y ) Room

B115

8:30-9:15

9:25-10:10

Recording Screencasts Eric McDaniels

B112

10:20-11:05

11:15-12:00

Quizizz: A Game Changer Eric McDaniels

Quizizz: A Game Changer Eric McDaniels

6 Things You Should Be Using Google Forms For Savannah Bottor

6 Things You Should Be Using Google Forms For Savannah Bottor

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Illuminating Infographics Stephanie Hirsch

How to Be Chrome-tastic! Stephanie Hirsch

Illuminating Infographics Stephanie Hirsch

How to Be Chrome-tastic! Stephanie Hirsch

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Seesaw Dana Cruz & Ashleigh Watson

Seesaw Dana Cruz & Ashleigh Watson

Seesaw Dana Cruz & Ashleigh Watson

Seesaw Dana Cruz & Ashleigh Watson

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One iPad, Many Possibilities Anthony Mason

One iPad, Many Possibilities Anthony Mason

Having Fun Without 1:1 Ashley Marquez

Having Fun Without 1:1 Ashley Marquez

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Aurasma/Kizoa Sara Stevens

Aurasma/Kizoa Sara Stevens

Twitter Basics Laura Grundler

Twitter: Beyond the Basics Laura Grundler

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Build to express: Using Lego & Swivl in your Classroom Andrea Jaramillo

Build to express: Using Lego & Swivl in your Classroom Andrea Jaramillo

Build to express: Using Lego & Swivl in your Classroom Andrea Jaramillo

Build to express: Using Lego & Swivl in your Classroom Andrea Jaramillo

What is a Future Ready Librarian? Nancy Watson

Get Google Certified! Clara Alaniz

Google Hangouts Make You Cool Leah Heerema

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B re a ko u t S e s s i o n s p . m . ( S e c o n d a r y ) Room B115

1:00-1:45

1:55-2:40

Recording Screencasts Eric McDaniels

B112

From Rubric to Goobric: Grading Goes Google Kevin Moore

From Rubric to Goobric: Grading Goes Google Kevin Moore

B111

Illuminating Infographics Stephanie Hirsch

How to Be Chrome-tastic! Stephanie Hirsch

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Google Classroom in the Secondary Classroom Kim Hicks

Google Classroom in the Secondary Classroom Kim Hicks

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One iPad, Many Possibilities Anthony Mason

One iPad, Many Possibilities Anthony Mason

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Intro to Twitter Laura Grundler

Twitter: Beyond the Basics Laura Grundler

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Intro to Swivl Andrea Jaramillo

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What is a Future Ready Librarian? Nancy Watson

2:50-3:35

3:45-4:00

Quizizz: A Game Changer Eric McDaniels

Quizizz: A Game Changer Eric McDaniels

Sanity Saving Google Sanity Saving Google Tips & Tricks Tips & Tricks Christine Kinard Christine Kinard Illuminating Infographics Stephanie Hirsch

How to Be Chrome-tastic! Stephanie Hirsch

Google Forms Basics Google Forms Basics Andrea Jaramillo Andrea Jaramillo

Aurasma/Kizoa Sara Stevens

Aurasma/Kizoa Sara Stevens

Intro to Periscope Ashleigh Watson

Intro to Periscope Ashleigh Watson

Get Google Certified! Clara Alaniz

Google Hangouts Make You Cool Leah Heerema

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Session Descriptions 6 Things You Should Be Using Google Forms For

This presentation reviews different ways to use Google Forms in your classroom including: data collection in math, exit tickets for understanding, gathering parent information, partnerships in creating stories, reviewing a lesson/concept, and designing/ giving assessments.

Aurasma & Kizoa

Aurasma (Augmented Reality), Kizoa (Making Short Films) I will be present a how-to in making 1 minute videos. The videos can become interactive with Aurasma or just make your lessons come to life. This is also a quick way to make a slide show. Please create logins at studio.aurasma.com and kizoa.com before the class to give more time to learn. Who doesn't love integrating Lego bricks into the classroom? Come learn how to make

Build to express: Using Lego your Lego stories come to life with the Swivl Robot! Bring your creativity to this session and Swivl in Your Classroom and let's have FUN! Early Childhood/Elementary only. From Rubric to Goobric: Grading Goes Google

Use Google Docs, Sheets, and Forms to digitize your grading and provide fast, highquality feedback to students on a variety of assessments. Basic working knowledge of GAFE is a plus but not a must. Secondary only.

Get Google Certified!

Did you know you can become a Google Certified Educator? If you are familiar with Google Apps for Education such as Google Chrome, Drive, Classroom, and Docs then you’re already on your way to becoming a Certified Educator! This class will NOT certify you but we will share our pro tips on how to pass that certification exam.

Google Classroom in the Secondary Classroom

In this session, we will focus on using Google Classroom for classroom assignments, discussions, and grading within the secondary classroom. Topics will include: setting up Google Classroom, posting assignments/announcements, collecting assignments, and grading assignments using Doctopus/Goobric, a revolutionary feature that allows for teachers to provide meaningful feedback and grades within a timely manner. This session is geared for classes that utilize class-wide discussions, written assessments, and rubrics/grading guides as a normal part of their instruction.

Google Forms Basics

Google Hangouts Make You Cool

Would you like to an easier way to collect parent information, show documentation, create class quizzes, and access this information from any computer? Google Forms is the perfect place for you to learn how to make your life easier and more efficient! You will learn many different ways on how to implement Google Forms into your classroom. Secondary only. Use this quick and easy digital meeting environment to virtually connect with content experts, colleagues, and friends from around the world for both in-classroom use and professional development. Impress your students and colleagues with your legit Google Hangouts skills.

Having Fun Without 1:1

Don't have a 1:1 classroom? No problem! There are many engaging activities that you can do with only a few devices and a BYOD classroom that will not only tie into the curriculum, but also get your students excited about learning!

How to be Chrome-tastic!

Learn how to harness the power of Google Chrome both via the web browser and Chromebooks. With Chrome, you can take your web with you no matter which device you and your students are using, syncing apps, bookmarks, extensions and other powerful tools to help streamline and simplify your internet experience. We will also investigate apps and extensions to be used in the classroom.

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Session Descriptions Continued Illuminating Infographics

Learn how infographics can be used to share information and serve as inventive ways to assess student learning and encourage creative thinking through analysis and synthesis. We will look at various examples and investigate several tools that both students and teachers can use to create their own illuminating infographics.

Intro to Swivl (middle school multilingual and librarians are encouraged to attend!)

Build 21st century skills - Employ Swivl as an educational tool to foster student development of 21st century skills—including communication, collaboration, creativity and critical thinking—by capturing presentations, projects and assignments on video. Utilize Swivl Cloud's private sharing and two-way commenting features to provide students with feedback and engage parents. Secondary only.

One iPad, Many Possibilities

Teachers learn how with just one iOS device (an iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch) you can increase the rigor, relevance, and relationships in your classroom.

Intro to Periscope Quizizz: A Game Changer

Come learn how to effectively integrate live video streaming into your classroom and to effectively expand your professional learning network. Demonstration and instruction on how to create and implement Quizizz into your classroom. Quizizz is an online polling tool similar to Kahoot but with a lot more beneficial features that make it easier for students and teachers to use.

Recording Screencasts

Have you wanted to record your computer screen to capture the learning for your students? Come learn how to use Screencast-o-Matic and other tools to easily record your computer screen and/or yourself and how to save, store, and link the videos for your students/parents/colleagues to access. It’s easier than you might think!

Sanity Saving Google Tips and Tricks

Google can make your life easier while also engaging your students. From Classroom and Drive to Apps and Add-Ons, Google simplifies classroom management and student assignment collection.

Seesaw: Digital Portfolio

A hands on experience with SeeSaw, a digital portfolio. Come learn with us as we walk you through the Seesaw program. Learn how easy it is to add students, upload work, and teach the kids how to record their learning for parent and teacher viewing. A great communication tool to make part of your classroom.

Twitter Basics

What is a hashtag?! In this class you will learn definitions of the common terms (hashtag, handle, followers, etc.), the stages of Twitter use, and suggestions for whom to follow. You will also learn why so many teachers are fired up about the learning potential of Twitter.

Twitter: Beyond the Basics

What is a Future-Ready Librarian? For Librarians/Librarian Wannabes:

Take your Twitter use to the next level! Learn about Twitter chat participation, expanding your PLN (professional learning network), and harnessing the power of this social media tool. School librarians lead, teach and support the Future Ready goals of their school and district in a variety of ways through their professional practice, programs and spaces. If you are a librarian or are considering becoming a librarian, come engage in this discussion and planning session. We will address the future-ready instructional leadership skills of today's librarians. http://futureready.org/about-the-effort/ librarians/

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Join us Tuesday evening, August 2, for a Twitter chat, led by 9-year-old Curran Dee (and his mom, Marialice Curran). Follow @CurranCentral, the mother-son Twitter handle, and join in by including #pisdedchat in every tweet. ETSI Website - tiny.cc/etsi2016 | Twitter @pisdetsi #pisdetsi


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Registrations If you create logins for any websites/apps, use this form to remind you what your username is. (Don’t write the password down—just a hint!) Website/App

User Name

Password Hint

Notes

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Questions? Use our backchannel: https://todaysmeet.com/ETSI2016

Your task for Wednesday is to use what you have learned about the tech integration models (SAMR,TPACK, and TIM), Understanding by Design, and the ISTE Standards to consider changes you might want to make for the upcoming school year. Do you want better communication with your parents? Trying to find more interesting ways to launch a lesson? Hoping to connect your students to each other for more meaningful collaboration? Refer to the Google Classroom for additional instructions.

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Plano Public Library Plano Public Library System is an accredited and award winning system that enhances the quality of life in Plano by providing lifelong learning opportunities to our community. Our mission is to provide a welcoming, supportive environment for engaging our community, enriching lives, and educating minds. Join us for a presentation on learning about the vast resources and services offered by the library. Davis Library P: (972) 208-8000 Haggard Library P: (972) 769-4250 Harrington Library P: (972) 941-7175

Parr Library P: (972) 769-4300 Schimelpfenig Library P: (972) 769-4200

For large, coordinated efforts and community outreach, contact Melissa Perez, 972-941-7175

Digital Literacy & Citizenship

Digital citizenship is not an add-on. It’s how you teach. -Tanya Avrith

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~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Join the ETSI Google+ Community! Log in to your PISD Google account, then go to https://goo.gl/oR8usy Follow our blog! http://planoisdtech.blogspot.com/ Connecting PISD educators to each other and the world through sharing tech integration ideas that work! Sign up to be a Guest Blogger! ETSI Website - tiny.cc/etsi2016 | Twitter: @pisdetsi #pisdetsi

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Campus Action Plan Objective

Action Plan

Pick a few or add your own . . .

. . . and make a plan!

Share tech ideas in a staff meeting

Start a campus Twitter chat

More collaboration between students

Better parent communication

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Instructional Tech Contact Info Harriet Bell Assistant Director 469-752-8978 @hbell_tx

Clara Alaniz Specialist 469-752-8975 @techclara

Leah Heerema Specialist 469-752-8971 @TechKnowLeah

PISD Hotspot Nancy Watson

Fern Johnson

Specialist 469-752-8976 @nancywtech

Specialist 469-752-8973 @Trudy_fern

k-12.pisd.edu/hotspot @pisdtech

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T h e n e w P ro fe s s i o n a l Le a r n i n g D e p t . Ashley Helms Director Professional Learning @ash_helms

Dr. Matthew Gutierrez Assistant Superintendent Employee Services @DrMattGutierrez

Julie McClurg Coordinator Professional Learning @juliemcclurg

Plano Learns @PlanoLearns #PlanoLearns

P D Yo u r Wa y ! Personalized Professional Learning just got easier! From any Internet-connected computer, log in to http://atomiclearning.pisd.edu and enter your PISD login credentials.

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Ed Tech Resources Tricks, Tips, Ideas, and More BAM! Radio Network

Questions? Use our backchannel: https://todaysmeet.com/ETSI2016

http://goo.gl/9eK8Ms

Kathy Schrock’s Guide to Everything

@BAMRadioNetwork

http://www.schrockguide.net @kathyschrock

Edutopia’s Tech Integration Page

edWeb.net

http://goo.gl/slAkK

@edwebnet

http://goo.gl/xT9mr

@edutopia

Graphite Teacher Center

Free Technology for Teachers

https://goo.gl/8WDgWt

http://goo.gl/lpXB

@graphite

@rmbyrne

friEDTechnology by Amy Mayer

Apps Gone Free—what apps are free today?

http://goo.gl/Z6sBX

http://goo.gl/bMM9b1

@friedtechnology

Practical Ed Tech Tips

@AppsGoneFreeApp

https://goo.gl/1wVAXV

Shake Up Learning by Kasey Bell

@rmbyrne

http://goo.gl/64SsuK

Video playlist from the FreeTech4Teachers guy,

@shakeuplearning

TCEA

Teacher Tech by Alice Keeler

http://goo.gl/KgPXq

http://goo.gl/QJcz3

@tcea

@alicekeeler

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Schedule Overview Monday Leaders as Learners Tech Integration Models

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Breakout Sessions

Leaders as Instructors

Leaders as Change Agents

Edcamp!

Take your pick! Thank your presenters!

Student Voice Taste of Technology Appy Playground

Plano Public Library Digital Citizenship Leadership Goal-setting with principals

(Optional)

Tuesday evening, 8:00 Join us for a Twitter chat led by 9-yearold Curran Dee (@CurranCentral)

Check out the map

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E T S I we b s i t e t i n y. c c /e t s i 2 0 1 6 fo r ev e n t d e t a i l s !

Edcamp ETSI When: Friday, August 5, 8:30-3:30 p.m. Where: McMillen H.S. Cafeteria Who: All former & current ETSI friends Why: To learn ed tech integration ideas from each other! It’s a fun way to earn 6 hours of PD.

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