Technology Coordinators' Issues Model 3.0 with Personal Additions

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1. 1. Operations

1.1. Network Operations

1.1.1. Network Infrastructure Wiring Patch panels File servers Hubs Routers Print servers Fiber lines Access points

1.1.2. Wireless (WiFi) and Voice over IP (VOIP)

1.1.3. User Account Management Password and passphrases Active Directory G Suite Clever / OneRoster

1.1.4. Email System Management Gmail Outlook client Archives for FRCP of 2007

1.1.5. Backup and Disaster Recovery Google Backup and Sync Natural Disaster Recovery

1.1.6. Remote Management Server connection OS and apps Drivers, Updates and Patches User Accounts and Group Policies

1.1.7. Intranet Management and Website Development SchoolPointe Google Sites

2. 2. Instructional Alignment & Integration

2.1. Teaching and Learning with Technology

2.1.1. Theories and Frameworks ISTE for Students Empowered learner Digital citizen Knowledge constructor Innovative designer Computational Thinker Creative communicator Global collaborator Triple E Engagement Enhancement Extension SAMR Substitution Augmentation Modification Redefinition Academic Standards KY Academic Standards for CS ELA Common Core Math Common Core NGSS Social Studies Arts and Humanities Gagne's 9 Events of Instructions Gain attention: VR, audio, video, cartoons Inform of the objective: presentation, mind mapping Stimulate recall: Collab Docs, KWL, mind mapping Present content: Video, audio, interactives, spreadsheets Provide guidance/supports: progressive sims, data collection tools Elicit practice performance: design and creation tools, word clouds, presentations Provide feedback: commenting tools, Voicethread Assess performance: Rubrics, socrative, kahoot, Feebback studio Enhance retention: papers, presentations, flyers, posters, mind maps Bloom's Taxonomy Cognitive process Knowledge dimension Community of Inquiry Framework Social Cognitive Teaching Quality Matters Course overview and introduction Learning objectives Assessments and measurements Instructional materials Learning interaction and engagement Course technology Learning support Accessibility John Keller's ARCS Attention Relevance Confidence Satisfaction 4 C's Creativity Communication Colaboration Critical Thinking

2.1.2. Instructional Delivery Modes Face to Face driver Rotation Flex Online lab Self-blend Online driver

2.1.3. Designing Instruction Academic Conversations Project-based; Problem-based Instructional Design ADDIE Analyze Design Develop Implement Evaluate Iterate

2.1.4. Professional Development Learning Forward: Standards for Professional Development Learning communities Leadership Resources Data Learning Designs Implementation Outcomes ISTE for Teachers Facilitate and inspire student learning via creativity Design and develop digital age learning experiences and assessments Model digital age work and learning Promote and model digital citizenship and responsibility Engage in professional growth and leadership ISTE for Education Leaders Equity and Citizenship Advocate Visionary Planner Empowering Leader Systems Designer Connected Learner Assessing Professional Development Kirkpatrick's

2.1.5. Selecting Digital Learning Tools and Resources Selecting and Evaluating Software Selecting and Evaluating Hardware Purchasing Process

2.1.6. Assessing Integration and Implementation Assess needs Plan Logic Model Concerns-based adoption model develop the program Deliver Evaluate Disseminate results Standards-based Grading

2.1.7. Digital Safety and Citizenship Digital Citizenship in Schools by Ribble Digital Access Digital Literacy Digital Communication Digital Security Digital Etiquette Digital Rights & Responsibilities Digital Law Digital Commerce Digital Health & Wellness Commonsense Media for CIPA Primary Intermediate Middle High

3. 3. Financial, Ethical, Policy & Leadership

3.1. Administrative Computing

3.1.1. Student Information Systems Infinite Campus Data Management Teacher Management Building Management

3.1.2. Data-driven Decision Making NETTS CDIP CSIPs

3.1.3. Human Resources Recruit and Hire Records Perform Investigations and Discipline

3.1.4. Business Operations MUNIS Red Book Procedures

3.1.5. Imaging and Document Management Records

3.2. Planning and Budgeting

3.2.1. Planning and Budgeting Technology Plan KETS Master Plan eRate Components Barnett (2001) National Model: SWOT Analysis via ISTE Essentials Stakeholder Input Budgeting eRate Ideal Allocation Formula KETS w/ Matching District General Fund Fees collected Title IV Grants

3.2.2. Evaluation Vendor Tools Audits ie Bright Bytes Tech Int Assess Rubric (Harris, Grandgenett, Hofer) Curriculum Goals & Tech Instructional Strategies & Tech Technology Selection compatibility Fit of Content, Pedagogy, and Tech

3.2.3. Software Licensing Track district purchases Purchase via consortium contracts Establish standard software sets

3.2.4. Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Establish a vision for BYOD Set participation goals Set minimum specs Contract to cover privacy, collection, use Network inclusion and protection

3.2.5. Maintenance and Upgrades Think big picture / long term Budgetary consistency No mission-critical surprises Up-time measures Device upgrade cycle of 3-5 years

3.2.6. Equipment Disposal and Recycling Data security Bonded vendors Environmental awareness Surplus laws

3.2.7. IT Staffing Meet state reqs but stay lean Build up talent Build varied capacity Character for kids Pay per replacement value Incentivize certification achievement

3.2.8. Grant and E-Rate Applications FCC eRate laws and timelines eRate vendor ROI eRate success models Micro-grants KySTE grants State grants Corporate STEM grants Title I, VI, and Eisenhower

3.3. Leading and Managing

3.3.1. Start with WHY

3.3.2. Purpose Vision Goals and Strategy Pride in Quality Continued reaffirmation Continued conferring Striving for Quality Constant attention to work Language of critique in peer feedback Expectations of Quality Set standards Revisions and patience Character: integrity matters Get a museum picture of quality in the head of all...

3.3.3. Building Equity

3.3.4. Carnegie Foundation Advancement of Teaching Make the work problem-specific and user-centered Variation in performance is the core problem to address See the system that produces the current outcomes We cannot improve at scale what we cannot measure Anchor practice improvement in disciplined inquiry Accelerate improvements through networked communities

3.3.5. Coherence Focusing Direction Purpose Driven Goals that impact what matters most Clarity of Strategy Change Leadership Cultivating Collaborative Cultures Culture of Growth Lead Learners Capacity Building Collaborative Work Deepening Learning Develop Clarity of Learning Goals Build Precision in Pedagogy Shift Practices through Capacity Building Moving Whole Systems Securing Accountability Internal Accountability External Accountability

3.3.6. Model Customer Service

3.3.7. Team CIO DLC 1 per 1500 students STC 1 per school Proxy Experts SysAdmin Technicians 1 per 800 devices Advisory Student Teacher Classified

4. 4. Data & Information Management, Security & Strategies

4.1. Legal Compliance

4.1.1. CIPA

4.1.2. FERPA

4.1.3. COPPA

4.1.4. HB151

4.1.5. HIPPA

4.1.6. SB5 and HB232 of 2014 Student Privacy Pledge

5. 5. Strategic Planning

5.1. Supporting Teaching and Learning and Computing

5.1.1. Technical Support Processes and ITIL Event Management Incident Management Problem Management Change Management User/incident notification Stakeholder updates Technology support priorites Equipment standards Data backup and recovery Image creation and management User lifecyle management Products Help Desk management software Configuration managment database Knowledgebase

5.1.2. Technology Life-cycle Management Pre-procurement stage Procurement stage Deployment stage Product Life Cycle Disposal stage

5.1.3. Security and Protection Physical Security Device Tracking and Recovery User Authentication User Training and Responsibilities Acceptable Use Policy Preamble Definition section Policy statement Acceptable uses Unacceptable uses Violations and sanctions FERPA, PPRA, and Information Privacy Malware Worm Trojan horse Rootkits Backdoors Phishing Firewall and CIPA

5.1.4. Systems Support Intranet and Internet Student Information System (SIS) Learning Management Systems VoIP Employee and Parent Notification Systems Employee Information Systems Recruit and Hire Records Perform MUNIS Infinite Campus Social Media Support

5.1.5. Technology-supported Teaching and Learning Initiatives 1:1 Models Makerspaces Vision Infrastructure Planning Budgeting and Finance Communication Readiness Innovation Goals Professional Development and Diffusion Hardware, Software and Space

5.1.6. Pedagogical Support Pedagogical Implementation support Instructional design and planning Instructional delivery modes

5.1.7. Future Ready Library Media Specialist role Connects to KDE pillars

5.1.8. English Language Learners

6. 6. Emerging Technology & Innovation

6.1. A5 Alternative Virtual School

6.2. Touch Screen Devices

6.3. English Language Acquisition

6.4. Augmented Reality

6.5. Virtual Reality

6.6. Ideal Classroom Teacher Device

6.7. Presentation Projector/TV/Interactives