Our Learning Supported By Technology Plan 1 Year and 3 Years out in our goal-setting. Paint picture of our graduating students reaching each learning outcome to a strong degree. How will ICL & Technology be integrated into the 3 primary areas? How will we design an ongoing professional learning environment that helps us reach our goals?
We use case studies involving student research with final projects showing learning to audience.
We use Expeditions as our framework to pursue the answers to our questions. The following technologies can suport this instructional model: -WebQuests for guided research -Mindmeister & Bubbl for mind maps to record understanding & questions
Cooperative Learning Skills
Outside HIS to Flatten Classrooms
Marzano's Instruction That Works
2008-09: Focus ICL integration in LA and Humanities courses.
7th Grade Technology Class
8-12 New Students Start of Year
New Student Past Start of Year
7th Grade LearningQuest
One option is to show evidence of reaching the standards for each discipline.
Institute 1 Exhibition
Public Summary of Students' Progress
How To Get Students to Value
Different Portfolios for Different Purposes?
Use for Student-led Conferences
Use for continued 10th & 12 Learning Outcome Reflection
Assessment of Student Learning
Except for user web pages, this website is maintained by webmasters (which may include some specific students) http://secondary.hisdomain.hdis.hc.edu.tw/ /Volumes/XserveRAID1/pub_html/
Individual Web pages are maintained completely by individual users. http://secondary.hisdomain.hdis.hc.edu.tw/~UserName/ /Users/UserName/Sites/
Students, Name, Blog, Portfolio, ...
Teachers, Name, Bio, Contact Info, Blog, Link to Moodle Classes, Portfolio
Staff, Name, Bio, Contact Info
I have seen at least two ways to effectively use blogs: (1) reflection: like a journal, students and educator can reflect about various topics and collect feedback from the community. (2) news: some blogs are dedicated to presenting news of a particular kind. The advantage of using blogs for news instead of a regular webpage is that again, the community can participate. We could use this aspect in at least two different places: (2a) Some teachers might want to use blogs to give news about their classes: what they are doing, how it's going, homework, projects, ... (2b) We could have an HIS main blog where educators and faculty give news relating to HIS in general. This could be a replacement for the news letter. The three advantages are that it would decentralize the source of information, it would empower teachers to share about their contribution to the community at large, and it would allow the community to participate by leaving comments.
Curriculum, Intro, Curriculum Maps
Introduction to Moodle
Student & Educator E-Portfolios
HIS Web Site
HIS News Blog
Multimedia Delivery, Procedures and Protocols
Responsible & Healthy Use Plan
Virtual High School courses
Files on the server are only accessible for users with an account (faculties and students). Internal IP: 192.168.1.250 External IP: 126.96.36.199
/, Applications/, Library/, ..., Users ->
XserveRAID1/, Podcast/, users/, UserName/, wiki, ..., HomePage/, ..., index.html, wiki/, .wiki/, Admin_Folders/, FinancialFiles/, SecondaryAdministrationFiles/, ..., SysAdmin/, Moodle Backup, wiki_template, Software, WikiBackup
I moved this to the HIS Wiki
For additional information see Server File Tree above: XserveRAID1/Faculty/Shared/ StudentInformationFiles/
What can we see down the road with instruction and assesment that ICL and technology can hopefully support?