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Educator
Development
for ICT

  Jessamine County Teacher Technology Competencies
Linked to Assessment Supported by Training

http://www.jessamine.k12.ky.us/dop/teacher/teacher.html

Integrating Technology
Acquiring data from other electronic resources
Processing Graphical Information Electronically
Processing Text Electronically
Presenting Information Electronically
Activating, Operating, and Troubleshooting
Technology User Responsibilities

Integrating Technology in the Curriculum

Examples of Novice Examples of Apprentice Examples of Proficient/Distinguished Training Titles to Support Competencies
  • Reinforce and enrich academic concepts use technology in one class or curriculum area
  • Turn the computer on all day long in the classroom
  • Place the computer convenient for student access
  • Use technology in the classroom
  • Allow for student use of different technologies in class for assignments and/or projects
  • Use various software to support learning
  • Use more technology than just computers
  • Help students to understand how technology will be used in the world of work
  • View and experiment with various software applications
  • Use different forms of technologies in class with assistance from technical assistant, STC, STLP, etc
  • Make your personal recording for phone master, make changes when necessary (MS/HS)
  • Go over phone etiquette with students
  • Cut segments of video use appropriate equipment
  • Relocate sections of video
  • Set video to music
  • Databases are used for class lists
  • Internet is used to support mathematical curriculum
  • Spreadsheets are used for class information, such as: phone numbers, lunch money, etc
  • Contribute a lesson plan to the Jess Co web site
  • View several school and class web pages to determine what would meet your needs
  • Poll parents for home web access
  • Reinforce and enrich academic concepts using technology in 2 or 3 class or curriculum areas
  • Analyze how technology may help students with special needs
  • Use technology to present information to the class
  • Use technology as a station in the classroom
  • Train others in how to use a program
  • Extend the use of the program beyond expected use
  • Reinforce and enrich academic concepts using technology
  • Use different software packages to enhance curriculum and reinforce skills
  • Use several forms of technology independently in their classroom
  • Allow time for at-risk students to work with reinforcement software
  • Use different technologies to reinforce and enhance lessons
  • Use speakerphone for experts in the field to share information with the class
  • Increase parent communication through voice mail and phone master (MS/HS)
  • Student produced video tape using camcorders and video editing equipment
  • Databases are used for other forms of management
  • Internet databases are used to acquire information
  • Several forms of technology are in use, such as: calculator, computer, math program, graphing calculator, databases, spreadsheets, etc
  • Develop chart to use from information gathered in spreadsheet
  • Develop web pages to enhance the curriculum
  • Develop web pages to enhance communications between home and school
  • Reinforce and enrich academic concepts using technology in all classes and/or curriculum areas
  • Allow students to use technology to present information to the class
  • Use technology for individualizing instruction
  • Use computers in various ways, such as presenting information, learning centers, independent exploration and work, etc
  • Provide several hands-on activities for students both individually and in groups
  • Integrate more than one technology into a lesson
  • Use technology only when it supports learning
  • Use software for individual, small groups and large groups, as appropriate
  • Integrate software programs into all lessons (as appropriate)
  • Allow students to use software, both individual, in small groups and if appropriate in large groups
  • Integrate software programs into lessons
  • Allow time for at-risk students to work with reinforcement software
  • Allow students to pick and choose different techniques for individual and group assignments and/or projects
  • Students produce videos used to make presentations to school, parents, board, community, KETC, JETC
  • Databases updated by individual students daily in class (e.g. milk money)
  • Reinforce learning through the use of technology
  • Regularly update web pages with accurate information
  • Post all important and/or newsworthy class information
  • Follow Jess Co AUP in posting class pictures and information on students
  • Include e-mail link to communicate with others who visit web site
  • Integrate Technology: Your Lesson Plans
  • One Computer Classroom
  • Application Specific Software
  • Integrate Technology
  • Overview of Software in Jess Co : Elementary
  • Overview of Software in Jessamine Co : Middle School
  • Overview of Software in Jessamine Co : for High School
  • Operating and Hooking Up Peripherals
  • Phone Master: Supporting Instruction
  • Produce or Edit a Video-tape
  • Technology can Support Math Learning
  • Web Page Development
  • Enroll students in appropriate CCC courses
  • Determine students that would benefit the most from CCC
  • Determine appropriate courses for students needing CCC
  • Generate student Progress report
  • Determine modifications needed in individual student courses
  • Generate an individual student worksheet
  • Generate group report
  • Create CCC classes for student record keeping and enrollment purposes
  • Generate 2 different types of reports for individuals
  • Accurately interpret generated student reports
  • Generate general worksheets in basic skill areas for a group of students
  • Forecast student gains
  • Interpret group report
  • Generate all reports available through CCC on individual students
  • Interpret all CCC generated reports
  • Make any needed modifications in student courses
  • Using information generated by CCC, measure student gains
  • CCC 1
  • CCC 2
  • CCC 3
  • CCC 4
  • CCC Overview for Assistants

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Acquiring data from other electronic resources

Examples of Novice Examples of Apprentice Examples of Proficient/Distinguished Training Titles to Support Competencies
  • Attend KTLN session
  • Teacher on the Jessamine County Technology listserv
  • Schedule KTLN sessions with Jessamine Technology Trainer
  • CD ROM server accessed
  • Knowledge of CU See Me
  • Determine 1 way CU See Me would support learning
  • At least one search engine is book marked
  • Search engines are used to find people, projects and information
  • Teacher can FTP to a site and download information
  • Teacher can use ERIC to find lesson plans
  • Use e-mail daily
  • Students have own e-mail accounts or some arrangements are made for students to receive individual & group mail
  • Students use e-mail
  • Students and teachers use e-mail to communicate with each other and around the world
  • Teacher can navigate around the web using a browser
  • Attendance at Internet I training
  • Teacher goes over AUP with students and/or parents as appropriate
  • Teacher enforces Jessamine County AUP
  • Teacher and students can access CDs on the CD ROM tower
  • Teacher use probes connected to computer to acquire data
  • Teacher facilitates KTLN session with students
  • KTLN used to support students learning
  • KTLN used for a performance event
  • KTLN used for a culminating activity
  • Teacher looking for partners on the KTLN listserv
  • KTLN sessions scheduled directly
  • Teacher uses CU See Me for information
  • Teacher uses CU See Me for student interaction
  • Camera set up for student access
  • Various peripherals available for student use
  • Math and science may use graphing calculator, probes, etc
  • Laser Disk player used
  • CU See Me cameras and software installed in classroom
  • Teacher directed connection with individual IP# or reflector site
  • Search engines are used to find sites to answer questions
  • Two or more search engines are book marked
  • Gopher to site for information
  • Subscribe to listserv
  • Read listserv messages
  • Students have e-pal or email mentors
  • Teacher can set up personal bookmarks to support curriculum
  • Teacher has taken Internet II and is certified to supervise students
  • Teacher allows students to use Internet for data gathering in class for special project or for homework information gathering
  • Teachers comfortably use appropriate search engines and can define and describe different search engines
  • Teacher uses KTLN for performance events
  • CU See Me used in conjunction with KTLN
  • Non-text base Internet is used
  • Post to listserv
  • Students use email for information gathering for class project
  • Students comfortably use appropriate search engines and can describe different search engines
  • Teachers demonstrate how to find information on the Internet including finding experts, locating specific information
  • Bookmarks are set up on computers to support curriculum
  • Bookmarks are organized into folders to support curriculum
  • Students demonstrate how to find information on the Internet including finding experts, locating specific information
  • KTLN Overview Training
  • KTLN Instructional Uses
  • Graphing
  • Calculators, Probes and other Peripherals
  • CU See Me
  • Research and the WWWeb
  • Research and the Internet
  • Send, Receive, and Post Data Electronically
  • Internet I
  • Internet II

     

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Processing Graphical Information Electronically

Examples of Novice Examples of Apprentice Examples of Proficient/Distinguished Training Titles to Support Competencies
  • Scrapbook is used by teachers and students
  • Teachers is able to use copy and paste, and cut and paste functions in WP and/or webpage editor
  • Graphics are visible on teacher and student created documents
  • Digital Cameras are used
  • Clip art is used
  • Scanner is used
  • Graphics are used to help make information more personal, vibrant and clear
  • Displays use student and teacher-generated graphics
  • Students and teachers use digital cameras
  • Graphics are used to explain concepts
  • Manipulate a graphic to improve use
  • Teacher is able to describe different types of graphics and when they should be used
  • Graphic programs such as PhotoShop, Paint It, etc are available for students to use in project based work and other presentations
  • Web pages use student and teacher generated graphics
  • Students and teachers use original graphics in many different ways
  • Graphics are a tool for student and teacher use in many areas
Graphics for Fun and Communication

Intermediate Graphics I

Intermediate Graphics II

 

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Processing Text Electronically

Examples of Novice Examples of Apprentice Examples of Proficient/Distinguished Training Titles to Support Competencies
  • Students handwriting and keyboarding skills are evaluated (beginning in Primary 4-P4)
  • Students use touch typing to complete word processing
  • Students can use effective keyboarding techniques
  • Students and teachers use word processing for writing
  • Teachers answer e-mail within 24 hours of receipt
  • Problems with e-mail are reported within 12 hours
  • Use e-mail to respond to meeting requests
  • Teachers use e -mail to ask quick questions
  • Teachers use e-mail to collaborate with colleagues at their building, district and beyond
  • Effectively uses Exchange for communication
  • Personal address book is developed
  • Teachers encourage appropriate use of keyboarding (according to CyberKeys: Kentucky Task Force Competencies)
  • Students can type at least as fast as they can write
  • Students have a plan for improving speed and accuracy
  • Students and teachers use editing skills, such as: cut, copy, paste, left/right justify, center, change font, style, size and spell check
  • Teachers send and receive e-mail effectively
  • Set desired options to send, spell check and email account
  • Use attachments
  • Use personal address book
  • Set up and use personal distribution lists
  • Enter meetings into schedule
  • Invite others to scheduled events
  • Make events reoccurring
  • Teacher uses keyboarding to reinforce curriculum areas
  • Integrates keyboarding into all classes
  • Students and teachers can manipulate a word processor to create a document for publication such as for portfolio or letter home to parents
  • Subscribe to listserv
  • Integrate email use into the curriculum, such as, "Ask an Expert" or email mentor
  • Use e-mail to conduct virtual meetings
  • Use public folders
  • Set up and use personal folders
  • Schedule+ is used
  • Folders are used for organization
  • Access e-mail remotely
  • Develop to do lists to go along with Schedule+
  • Success with Keyboarding Overview
  • Success with Keyboarding: 10 Lessons for Learning Keyboarding
  • Beginning Word Processing
  • Beginning E-mail
  • Intermediate E-mail
  • Use Dial in Access
  • Gett the Most Out of Exchange and Schedule+

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Presenting Information Electronically

Examples of Novice Examples of Apprentice Examples of Proficient/Distinguished Training Titles to Support Competencies
  • Word Processed documents are sent home to parents
  • E-mail is used for teacher to teacher or administrator communication
  • E-mail is used (as needed) to communicate with district personnel
  • Database used for class lists
  • Spreadsheet used for data collection
  • Keep class data in spreadsheet format
  • Able to create and edit
  • Able to assign and create formulas
  • Determine when the use of PowerPoint is appropriate
  • Use PowerPoint presentation to present information to students
  • Newsletters sharing class information are sent home to parents
  • Database used for other classroom management such as: textbooks, lunch money, addresses of students, medication records, birthdays of students
  • Spreadsheet used for math demonstration
  • Spreadsheet used for fundraising activity
  • Spreadsheet used for professional development hours
  • Spreadsheet used for KTIP hours
  • Spreadsheets are used for collecting mathematical data
  • Allow students to use PowerPoint to present information
  • Use PowerPoint to present information to class or other staff
  • Use PowerPoint in a parent presentation
  • Use PowerPoint in a classroom demonstration
  • Use PowerPoint at a board or community meeting
  • Spreadsheet used for KIRIS score presentation to parents
  • Sort and create specific reports for databases
  • Newsletters published on the web
  • Spreadsheets are used to create bar, circle, dot graphs
  • Used to present charts and graphs for student in different ways (different learning styles)
  • Use PowerPoint to present at a conference
  • Use PowerPoint on a web page
  • Use PowerPoint during a KTLN session adapting as needed
Intermediate Word Processing and E-mail

Beginning Databases

Beginning Spreadsheets

Advanced Spreadsheets

Beginning PowerPoint

or

Beginning ClarisWorks Slide Show

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Activating, Operating, and Troubleshooting

Examples of Novice Examples of Apprentice Examples of Proficient/Distinguished Training Titles to Support Competencies
  • Troubleshoot problems with help desk support over the phone
  • Perform preventative maintenance on class computer
  • Keep computer clean and in safe location
  • Report problems in a timely manner using appropriate channels
  • Change batteries in the AlphaSmart
  • Know when DreamWriter needs recharging
  • Understands concept of "dial-in access"
  • Attends Dial In Class with principal's permission
  • Rebuild desktop and Zap Pram monthly
  • Able to use Norton's Utilities, Disinfectant, Public Utilities
  • Know ways and correct order of ways to eject a stuck disk
  • Change ink cartridge in the printer
  • Connect to mail server and download messages
  • Connect to mail server and send messages
  • Know how and who to contact with dial-in problems
  • Provide assistance to other staff members
  • Train students to assist other staff members
  • Use connection comfortably from various locations
  • Can make needed changes to PPP configuration
Basic Trouble Shooting

Dial-in Training

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Technology User Responsibilities

Examples of Novice Examples of Apprentice Examples of Proficient/Distinguished Training Titles to Support Competencies
  • Students log on and off the network or turn on and off the computer independently
  • Students do not know teacher's passwords
  • Students have individual accounts for logging on to the network and for saving information
  • Teacher and students can use network printers
  • Sett good examples of using Netiquette and ethical behavior as applied to computer use (e g no pirated software, no access to others' accounts, etc
  • Take good care of all technology entrusted in your care
  • Teacher and students can save to the file server
  • Teacher and students can access files on the file server
  • Discuss/review proper Netiquette with students
  • Be strictly consistent with enforcement of AUP
  • Regularly update web page with accurate information
  • Post all important and/or newsworthy class information
  • Network Know-how
  • Ethical Use of Technology

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Last updated: 21 April 2000