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  • When TheyDontKnow a Mousefroma MooseAnd sleep throughtraining...

  • Does It Feel Like aTrainingJungleOut There?Does it feel like a training jungle out there?

  • INFO SHOCK Information doubles every 5-7 yearsDelivery of information increased by a factor of 1 billion since the telegraphComputer networks will carry data 100 times faster than today's Internet (i.e., download a 30 volume encyclopedia in -2 seconds)

    rThe brain processes 100 quadrillion functions a second ...but

  • The need for life-long learning will be essential. Technology will change everything we do so quickly, that even highly trained workers will have.. before reschooling will be needed.

    Futurist Arthur B. Shostak, Director of of the Center of Employment Futures Drexel University

  • JobsPeople will have to redirect skills 5-7 times in a career. By 2000, 75% of workers will need to upgrade skills as 400,000 jobs/year become obsolete.A loss of 58% of jobs with no special skills

  • Since technology is changing so fast these days...Looks like its steady training for us from now on. Mike Steens, systems technology specialist at Hewlett Packard in Colorado

  • Business

    Traditional workshop/classroom replaced by modular web-based training in short, flexible coursesExecutives expect training delivered by new learning technologies to rise by 67% in 1997 and triple by 2000.Companies will spend $6 billion/year for online training.More use of streaming media/video webcasts

  • With adults over 25 now constituting the majority ofcollege students in the United States...online education will likely be the only instructional alternative open to them.

    Richard Vigilante, Director of the Virtual College at New York Universitys School of Continuing Education

  • Take 90 seconds!What have you learned?

  • What Brain Research Says...Learning occurs if information is meaningful to the learner.Social interaction is a powerful learning tool.Learners must be actively involved in creating knowledge.Learning only occurs when learners have processing time.

  • Brain Principles for TrainersAn enriched environment provides choices for the learner. Dittos dont grow dendrites!For retention, the learner needs both massed practice (going over the same thing several times) and distributed practice (continuing to do this over a long period of time)

  • To upgrade skills of non-mousersThe challenge...

  • Passive learner

    Hit and run workshops

    Not just in time deliveryTRAINING: What Doesnt Work

  • What Does WorkAccelerated Learning PrinciplesBuddy trainingGames, learning stylesConcept - processing timeVisual images (video/multimedia =50% retention or more)Students and teachers as co-learners

  • What Does Work: Needs Assessment & Instructional DesignMeasure skill levels of staff

    Determine goals & training levels

    Design training for assessment

    Evaluate program

    Publicize progress & success

  • Models That WorkCurriculum Technology Integration (CTI)Cyberteacher District/school web sites

    Summer web campInternet classesStudent Cadre

  • Share an idea that has worked for you.

  • Students as ExpertsIntroduction to Media Technology Recruits both traditional and non-traditional studentsStudents are far more technologically advanced than many of their teachers; we capitalize on this

  • Student Media Technology CourseBasic computer troubleshootingComputer network operationsSoftware applicationsTechnology journal reviewsInstructional delivery system (Dukane SmartSystem)TV news, video production

  • Media Technology students must:demonstrate responsibility, leadership, ethical behavior and collaboration skillsobtain 2 teacher recommendationsvolunteer one evening per semester in the Information Center Computer Labcome to software presentations that may be held after school or on weekendsbe independent workers and team players

  • Teaching EnvironmentPike High School teachers have:600+ computersE-mail and Internet access100+ SmartSystem TV monitors175+ telephones with voice maildistance learning capabilities from classrooms.and 1 technician

  • Teacher BenefitsStudent experts help teachers cope with new technologies in a non-threatening way

    Students help show teachers ways to use the technology in the classroom & model use for peers

  • Student BenefitsCommunication skillsProfessional behaviorEarn respect of teachers/peersE-mail accounts and Internet access

  • Once-a-month mini-workshopsAfter schoolTopics have included:Evaluating Internet sitesDatabase searching (INSPIRE)Research resources & The BigSixTeacher Tutorials

  • Whats Driving Assessment?Public - wants more technology in buildings, better test scores. Legislators want return on investmentBusiness - wants qualified workers with soft skills and technical skillsStudents - need active learning, multiple learning styles, problem solving skillsTeachers - licensure changes

  • Assessment Tools Annual Needs Survey - buildings

    IT competency skill test

    Exit surveys after CTI

    PUBLISH! - TechWire and TechPoint Distance Learning goals/evaluation

  • Tech-Wire : Online newsletter

  • TechPointFallSpring

  • Sharing techniques presented...Time to play...

  • Techniques ModeledVisual Thinking ActivityIce BreakerMovementGameBreak every 10-15 minutesTime to reflect

  • Techniques ModeledStudents and Teachers as Co-LearnersPrizes/RewardsUse of VisualsPhysical Model of ConceptFun

  • Images from: www.corbis.com & Corbis Digital StockConnie Champlin : cchampli@ pike.k12.in.us (317) 387-2527Marcy Carmichaelmjcarmich@pike.k12.in.us(317)216-5031