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80 Hour Overview
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Session 1: Saturday Workshop 8 hours

Oct. 20. 2001 - Manchester GATE School Computer Lab 8 AM-5 PM

Welcome, Introductions and 80-hour Follow-up Overview

Self-assessment using the CTAP Online Assessment Instrument

General and Specific Knowledge and Skills:
Review and Expansion of Summer Tech Festival Skills

Introduction to FPU/SPS ETPDP Website

http://www.sps3000.net/etpdp

Introduction to Online Communication / Collaboration Tools: P3

Instructional Technology Proficiency Focus:

"Considers content to be taught and selects the best tech resources to support, manage and enhance learning" S5, S10

California Standards and Frameworks
SCORE Website http://www.score.k12.ca.us
California Learning Resource Network: http://www.clrn.org/home/

"Analyzes best practices and research findings" G5, S12

Exploring Online Instructional Support Resources

Planning for collaborative workshop curriculum project



Online Module 1: Communication, Exploration & Collaboration: 8 hours

Utilize online communication and collaboration tools in:



Session 2: Saturday Workshop 8 hours

Dec. 8, 2001 - Fresno Pacific University: East Hall 139 Lab 8 AM-5 PM


Follow-up Discussion:

General and Specific Knowledge and Skills:
Review and Expansion of Summer Tech Festival Skills

Introduction to Online Research Tools

Information literacy issues: G4, S13, S14, P4, P6

Instructional Technology Proficiency Focus:

"Demonstrates knowledge of privacy, security and safety issues": G4, S13, S14


Online Module 2: Online Research & Collaboration: 16 hours

Instructional Technology Proficiency Focus:

"Analyzes best practices and research findings" G5, S12

  • Using search engines, web indexes, web directories and search agents to locate resources related to project topic(s) S5, S7, S8, S10, P4
  • Online threaded discussion of issues raised in Session 2 workshop P3


Session 3: Saturday Workshop 8 hours

Mar. 16. 2002 - Fresno Pacific University: East Hall 139 Lab 8 AM-5 PM

General and Specific Knowledge and Skills:
Review and Expansion of Summer Tech Festival Skills

Instructional Technology Proficiency Focus:

"Identifies student learning styles and determines appropriate resources" S6, S9

  • Multiple Intelligences / Learning Styles
  • Using technology as tool for assessing student learning and for providing feedback to students and their parents P9

"Analyzes best practices and research findings" G5, S12

Project "Publication" Options



Onsite Meeting - School/District Team & FPU Consultant: 2 hours



Online Module 3: Communication and Collaboration: 2 hours
  • project development collaboration
  • threaded discussions on technology integration issues


Project Development: 20 hours
  • Participants work in collaboration with district/site team and FPU consultants to develop a technology-based project which will be implemented in their classroom. P11
  • Optional Online Module: Webpage Design


Session 4: Saturday Workshop 8 hours

May 18, 2002 - Fresno Pacific University: East Hall 139 Lab 8 AM-5 PM

Instructional Technology Proficiency Focus:

"Demonstrates ability to create and maintain effective learning environments using computer based technology" S11, P5, P7

  • Present collaborative curriculum projects
  • Peer evaluation of curriculum projects
  • Share classroom management and technology integration strategies

Post assessment using CTAP online assessment instrument

Evaluation of the 80 hour follow-up session experience

Personal and Site Technology Use Planning: the next step... P12

 

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