Future Ready Workshop
- Future Ready Symposium Handouts
- Future Ready Dashboard Workshop Presentations (PPT pr PDF)
- Federal Open-Ed Movement (CA is not an official Open-Ed State)
- Future Ready Site
- Future-Ready Dashboard
- Overview of 5-step process
- Using Technology to Support At-Risk Students’ Learning by Linda Darling-Hammond (PDF, 20 pages) -- More from Stanford's SCOPE
The 7 Gears are:
- Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment.
- Use of Time.
- Technology, Networks, and Hardware.Data and Privacy.
- Community Partnerships.
- Professional Learning.
- Budget and Resources.
- How is SDUSD redesigning curriculum, intersection, and assessment?
- The results of the Future Ready Assessment will help get you with three areas of your LCAP: Engagement, Pupil Outcomes, and Conditions of Learning.
- Physical environment has to support learning
- Connect to community & industry
- Have Big Hairy Audacious Goals (BHAD)
- Uniformity without conformity (Corippo)
- Use of tech to explore & create
- Good blend of teachers & tech
- How do we shift PD?
- Sit and get PD shows almost no impact
- Everyone seems to like EdCamp/UnConference model
- PD should be job-embedded
- Branding— How do you tell your school’s story
- “Your brand isn’t what you a=say you are- it’s what people say about you.”
- Private Instagram account for a class
- Laura Spencer had more success with Instagram than FB or Twitter
- Laura uses IFTT to spread it out.
- Edtech Baton Each day (Monday-Friday), another educator “holds” the Baton and shares their technology integration ideas in action by posting 6-8 photos with corresponding captions and tags on the EdTech Baton Instagram account throughout the day. Popular Instagram tags include #edtech, #1to1ipad, #teachersofinstagram, or #teachersfollowteachers.
- Community leaders as principal for a day
- Custodians and bus drivers get trained in district vision— Talking with blue collar workers & community.
- Businesses sponsor free wi-fi for kids
- Districts using dark fiber to own network— may include home access piece
- IMS global https://www.imsglobal.org/
What conversations are we having about student privacy?
- Teacher and admin emails may be public
- Be careful about complaining about students
- Many websites ask for students data & teachers need to be careful about making student account
- New privacy laws— ensure vendors comply re student data
- Maybe work it in privacy conversation with sexual harassment and other mandatory education
- Houston ISD's Privacy, Safety and Security (PSS) Rubric.
- Houston ISD's ratings of apps using above rubric. Roll-over icon to see PSS rating.
- Blog post: Secret to Student Privacy
- Bright Bytes (Commercial Solution)
EdConsent- Digital form and e-signature software for parental consent & approval.
- One superintendent no approving anything that attaches to a wall
Step 1: Create Future-Ready Leadership team
Must be diverse
- Assistant Superintendent
- Education Technology Leader
- Director of Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment
- Director of Professional Learning
- Technology and Infrastructure Director
- Librarian or Media Specialist
- Elementary School Principal
- Elementary School Teacher
- Secondary School Principal
- Secondary School Teacher
- Finance and Business Officer
- School-based edtech leader or instructional coach
- School-based media specialist or librarian
- Community and/or Business Leader
- School Board Member
Step 2: Self-Assessment
- Dashboard for Step 2
- Assessment creates report that can be archived— see changes over time— Can be completed multiple times
- Reports tend to be 65 pages long
- Provide scores out of 10 for each gear area (and sub gears— 38 total) — and overall— shows where district scores on rubric.
- 38 different rubrics
- Provides gap analysis and strategies
- You can recommend a strategy if one doesn’t exist
- Provides form letter for getting feedback in dashboard own a particular gear
- Free book: Exploiting Chaos. Change management.
- Must be part of the team and have a team code to see the reports
- Can compare gears between different groups