in cooperation with

Dial Learning Communities and Oglala Lakota College

 

 

Teaching with Technology Summer Program Facts Sheet


Application Forms Funding
What is Teaching with Technology On-Site Regional Sessions
Purpose Lodging
Location Surveys
Registration Meals
Session Dates Travel
Typical Week Schedule Graduate Credit
Schedule for the remainder of class Limits
Syllabus Contacts

 


Application Form

Teacher Application Form

Mail Completed forms to:

Remember that forms and survey are due by May 1, 2002!
Teacher Agreement Form Oglala Lakota College
Attn: Sue Conrad
 
School Agreement Form

490 Piya Wiconi Road
Kyle, SD 57752
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Survey  

 

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What is Teaching With Technology

This course will give teachers the foundations of Teaching With Technology to aid them in generating quality instructional materials for their classroom. Topics will include, but not be limited to, design and implementation of interactive web sites (audio, video, animation, etc), chat, discussion board, electronic assessment, two-way interactive video presentation skills, and how to troubleshoot the above mentioned systems. The final project for this course will be an interactive computer-based curriculum driven instructional unit.

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Purpose
The purpose of this program is to host a two-week immersion program that will focus on instructional technology and curriculum standards integration for K-12 teachers. This program will also provide an infrastructure for teachers to network, share resources, ideas, increased curriculum standards awareness and technology integration skills of pre-service and in-service teachers in schools serving American Indians.
This will be accomplished during two weeks during the summer with follow-up sessions as listed below.

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Location:
All sessions will be held on the campus of the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, Rapid City, SD.

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Registration:
Registration and orientation will be held at 4pm on the Sunday prior to each session.

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Session Dates:
Session 1: June 3, 2002 - June 14, 2002
Session 2: June 17, 2002- June 28, 2002
Session 3: July1, 2002 - July 12, 2002

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Typical Week Schedule

(Weekly schedual is subject to change.)

 

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

8:30 AM- 10:30 AM

Webmaster Institute

Curriculum Development Workshop

Webmaster Institute

Curriculum Development Workshop

Webmaster Institute

10:30 AM -12:00 PM

Curriculum Standards Workshop

Curriculum Development Workshop

Curriculum Standards Workshop

Curriculum Development Workshop

Technology training

12:00 PM-

1:00 PM

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

1:00 PM-

5:00 PM

Technology training

Technology training

Technology training

Technology training

Depart for home

5:00 PM-

7:30 PM

Dinner, recreation,
Free Time

Dinner, recreation,
Free Time

Dinner, recreation,
Free Time

Dinner, recreation,
Free Time

 

7:30 PM 9:00 PM

 

Curriculum Development

Study Time /Free time

Curriculum Development

Study Time /Free time

 

 

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Schedule for the remainder of class:

 (Schedule is subject to change.)

September

Activity

Project Due

On-line Sessions

Synchronous session on results from content area Internet Research

Web pages from summer session due

 

Asynchronous sessions on Internet research

 

October

 

 

On-line Sessions

Synchronous session on UbD forms

 

 

Asynchronous sessions on working with UbD forms

 

November

 

 

On-line Sessions

Synchronous session on Internet Courseware

 

 

Asynchronous sessions on helpful hints working with Internet courseware

 

December

 

 

On Site Regional Sessions

Presentation of Lesson Plans and Lesson Developed for Internet courseware

Blackboard / WebCT lesson plans and lesson presentation due

January

 

 

On-line Sessions

Synchronous session on results from content area Internet Research

 

 

Asynchronous sessions on Internet research

 

February

 

 

On-line Sessions

Synchronous session on UbD forms

 

 

Asynchronous sessions on Internet research

 

March

 

 

On-line Sessions

Synchronous session on video presentation techniques

 

 

Asynchronous sessions on video presentation research.

 

April

 

 

On Site Regional Sessions

Presentation of Lesson Plans and Lesson Developed for Video Presentation

Video presentation lesson presentation due

 

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Syllabus:

Week 1:

Web Basics

        Basic Web Page Design

        Differentiate among various generations of web authoring tools

        HTTP and CGI concepts

        Incorporate previously written Java applets onto a web page

        Overview of what the web is and different types of multimedia available that can be incorporated into a web site

        Principals of Effective Web Design

        Web Navigation

        Web searches

Computer Basics

        Introduction to Microsoft Office applications:

Word

FrontPage

Power Point

Excel

        Introduction to Internet based courseware:

Blackboard

WebCT

        Email

        List Servers

        Discuss Copyright Issues

        Introduction to Digital Cameras, Scanners, and Printers.

Curriculum

        Curriculum standards

        Search Web sources for Curriculum

        Understanding By Design:

o       Backwards Design

o       Six Facets of Understanding

o       Thinking Like an Assessor

Week 2:

Web Basics

        Create an HTML form that interfaces to CGI processing on a server.

        Java script introduction

        JavaScripting for button clicks, mouse-overs, alert boxes and forms validation.

Computer Basics

        Implement Digital Technology into Web Interface

        Integrate Digital input into MS Office Applications for web destination

        Synchronous and Asynchronous learning techniques in Internet based courseware

        Using digital output, develop basic lesson in an Internet based courseware.

        Video conferencing Introduction / training.

        Video conferencing presentations

Curriculum

        Understanding by Design

o       How is understanding assessed

o       What is Uncoverage

o       Implications for Teaching

o       Putting it All Together

 

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Funding:
Information Technology for Teachers is funded through a grant with DIAL ILC and Oceti Sakowin Distance Education as an effort to further .teacher awareness of technology as it pertains to curriculum integration.

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On-Site Regional Sessions:
Two regional sessions will be held (one in December and one in April) at sites that will be determined during the summer sessions. The purpose of these sessions is to showcase what individuals have learned over the course of Information Technology for Teachers.

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Lodging:
Lodging will be on the campus of the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, Rapid City, SD. Lodging for the weekend is included.

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Surveys:
You will be required to complete assessment surveys as required by the program.

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Meals:
Meals will be provided at no cost to participants.

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Travel:
Travel costs are NOT provided by the program. Individual school districts will compensate their staff members who participate in Information Technology for Teachers or make other travel arrangements.

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Graduate Credit:
3 hours of credit will be offered through Oglala Lakota College after the successful completion of the course.

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Limits
The Information Technology for Teachers program is limited to 120 pre-service and in-service teachers.

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Contacts

Andy Conrad
Oglala Lakota College
PO Box 490
Kyle SD 57555
(605) 455-2321 voice
aconrad@olc.edu


Ted Hamilton
Assistant Project Director, DIAL
% Todd County School District
PO Box 87
Mission SD 57555
(605) 856-4869 ext 237
thamil@tcsdk12.org

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