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Maryland Teacher Technology Standards (MTTS): Helping Teachers Meet the Challenges Teaching with Technology Conference Davina Pruitt-Mentle April 4, 2003 Education Technology Outreach Professional Development Workshops, seminars, conferences, in-services Graduate courses Face to Face (F2F) Hybrid Online

Hybrid and/or online Still require a synchronous component April 4, 2003 Maryland Teacher Technology Standards: Davina Pruitt-Mentle 2 Course Evolution Stage 1 Based on International Society for Technology in

Education (ISTE) -National Educational Technology Standards (NETS) ISTE/NETS*T; ISTE/NETS*S, ISTE*NETS*A (TSSA) See ISTE/NETS*T Standards April 4, 2003 Maryland Teacher Technology Standards: Davina Pruitt-Mentle 3 Course Evolution Stage 2

Revised Maryland State Plan for Technology in Education Accepted by the Maryland State Department of Education on March 26, 2002 Contains the new Maryland Teacher Technology Standards (MTTS) Based in ISTE/NETS*T Seven Standards and 28 indicators See http://www.edtechoutreach.umd.edu/standards/MDTchrTechStdsMTTS.pdf See MTTS Handout April 4, 2003 Maryland Teacher Technology Standards: Davina Pruitt-Mentle

4 Combined Matrix Stage 3 Combined ISTE/NETS*T MTTS standards matrix See Combined Matrix April 4, 2003 Maryland Teacher Technology Standards: Davina Pruitt-Mentle

5 ISTE/NETS*T MTTS Standards Matrix How this course addresses these standards http://www.edtechoutreach.umd.edu/standards/course_meeting_stand_template.doc April 4, 2003 Maryland Teacher Technology Standards: Davina Pruitt-Mentle 6 ISTE/NETS*T MTTS Standards Matrix Student Technology Profile

http://www.edtechoutreach.umd.edu/standards/course_meeting_stand_student_template.doc April 4, 2003 Maryland Teacher Technology Standards: Davina Pruitt-Mentle 7 Impact on the Stakeholders Who are the stakeholders:

April 4, 2003 Teachers Local school systems Pre-service teachers College of Education Maryland Teacher Technology Standards: Davina Pruitt-Mentle 8 Teacher Impact

April 4, 2003 Maryland Teacher Technology Standards: Davina Pruitt-Mentle 9 Teacher Impact (continued) OBJECTIVE 2: All educators will be highly knowledgeable and skilled, capable of effectively using technology tools and digital content. Target for 2005: 100% of teachers/media specialists/teacher candidates will meet MTTS technology knowledge and skills

Target for 2004 Develop recommendations for demonstration of proficiency in State administrator technology standards for administrative certification. April 4, 2003 Maryland Teacher Technology Standards: Davina Pruitt-Mentle 10 Local School Systems LSS Technology Plan must be developed

Indicate how working towards the state tech plan Current focus is on what can be measured April 4, 2003 Infrastructure: ratio of computer to student Internet access Computer specifications Assessment database

Maryland Teacher Technology Standards: Davina Pruitt-Mentle 11 Teachers & LSS Teachers are voluntarily acquiring the knowledge to meet the standards LSS provide PD activities Many lean towards online PD tutorials and/or courses April 4, 2003

Maryland Teacher Technology Standards: Davina Pruitt-Mentle 12 Pre-service Require all teacher candidates and new hires to demonstrate proficiency in MTTS Perform at a proficient level on the new performance assessments developed through the Preparing Tomorrows Teachers to Use Technology Catalyst Grant (or on performance assessments of equivalent rigor) Demonstrated through classes and portfolios (hard

and electronic) April 4, 2003 Maryland Teacher Technology Standards: Davina Pruitt-Mentle 13 College of Education Programs will meet the technology related requirements set by the state By 2003, teacher education programs aligned with MTTS in order to be approved NCATE accreditation also applies Based on ISTE/NETS*T standards

MTTS standards are more rigorous and therefore if the college/pre-service program addresses state standards, will also address NCATE April 4, 2003 Maryland Teacher Technology Standards: Davina Pruitt-Mentle 14 College Initiatives Inventory of the syllabi/course work and which standards are addressed Database being compiled

Faculty have online access to standards and matrices Evaluation of student work (courses and electronic portfolios) and how they address the standards Remember: the final assessment is on student learning April 4, 2003 Maryland Teacher Technology Standards: Davina Pruitt-Mentle 15 College Initiatives Continued support for faculty integration of

activities into coursework via student work Faculty modeling of technology in the classroom Examples: April 4, 2003 Academic Technology Coordinator (ATC) Educational Technology Services (ETS) Departmental Training Educational Technology Outreach (ETO)

Maryland Teacher Technology Standards: Davina Pruitt-Mentle 16 Student Focus Targeted with In class activities Tutorials and online resources Workshops (usually departmental) and campus wide activities ETS developed tutorials and resources ETO initiatives

April 4, 2003 Maryland Teacher Technology Standards: Davina Pruitt-Mentle 17 ETO Initiatives Modules developed to address the standards Extended from earlier modules done F2F - based on ISTE/NETS*T Content also included in several of the full courses available

April 4, 2003 Maryland Teacher Technology Standards: Davina Pruitt-Mentle 18 Modules MTTS has 7 standards ETO has created 6 modules Each has a specific content standard focus Each addresses all standards

April 4, 2003 Maryland Teacher Technology Standards: Davina Pruitt-Mentle 19 Pre-Service Teachers Modules Pilot in the spring (possibly summer) Self-help modules - 2 weeks Free for pre-service First come first serve Will repeat and rotate Option also available to take for credit

Individual module (1 credit) Full course (3 credits) April 4, 2003 Maryland Teacher Technology Standards: Davina Pruitt-Mentle 20 In- Service Teacher Modules Two week modules will be available for practicing educators or anyone interested MSDE continuing education credit pending Small fee

Option also available to take for credit Individual module (1 credit) Full course (3 credits) April 4, 2003 Maryland Teacher Technology Standards: Davina Pruitt-Mentle 21 Module Content: MTTS Case Study Assessment Example April 4, 2003

Maryland Teacher Technology Standards: Davina Pruitt-Mentle 22 Module Content: ETO Course Pre-assessment April 4, 2003 Maryland Teacher Technology Standards: Davina Pruitt-Mentle 23

Module Content April 4, 2003 Maryland Teacher Technology Standards: Davina Pruitt-Mentle 24 Module Discussion Threads April 4, 2003 Maryland Teacher Technology Standards: Davina Pruitt-Mentle

25 Module Discussion Threads With Attached Files April 4, 2003 Maryland Teacher Technology Standards: Davina Pruitt-Mentle 26 Discussion Thread Group Work April 4, 2003

Maryland Teacher Technology Standards: Davina Pruitt-Mentle 27 Assignments April 4, 2003 Maryland Teacher Technology Standards: Davina Pruitt-Mentle 28 Synchronous Discussion is Key

Chat room several times throughout the semester In 2 week module, 2-3 times per week April 4, 2003 Maryland Teacher Technology Standards: Davina Pruitt-Mentle 29 Course Evaluation

Several evaluations/assessments are completed Post-test assessment Content Reflection Teaching Standards Matrix completed Electronically submit Experience Reflection Course Evaluation (emailed to Deans office)

April 4, 2003 Maryland Teacher Technology Standards: Davina Pruitt-Mentle 30 Lessons Learned Face to face is necessary (if possible) On-line (with or without face to face) needs the synchronous component Mixture of multiple activities required Be flexible enough to adjust on the fly Include examples of past student work/assignments

April 4, 2003 Maryland Teacher Technology Standards: Davina Pruitt-Mentle 31 Davina Pruitt-Mentle Education Technology Outreach College of Education University of Maryland 301 405 8202 [email protected] www.edtechoutreach.umd.edu

Upcoming events 2003 Cyberethics Seminar, October 4-5 Young Scholars Summer Program, July 14August 1 On-going Professional Development April 4, 2003 Maryland Teacher Technology Standards: Davina Pruitt-Mentle 33 Examples of Interactive Activities

From Cybercitizen module: Classroom activities Lesson plan: http://www.amphi.com/~technology/standards/lessons/crockett3.html Resources and how to use them Examples of how to create a cyberethics lesson plans: http://www.fcps.k12.va.us/DeerParkES/kids/CyberSafety/index.htm Online interactive resources to have students try out http://www.cybercitizenship.org/4kids/4kids.html Resources to have students check out http://www.staysafeonline.info/secsites.adp Safety course that your students could do http://www.staysafeonline.info/enroll.adp Tech Talk online video and audio that talks about various resources and topics

http://www.staysafeonline.info/curriculum.adp April 4, 2003 Maryland Teacher Technology Standards: Davina Pruitt-Mentle 34

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