~ Charlotte, Evelyn, Kathy, Nikki
Ed638b ~ Brandi, Eddy, Pat, Steve
~ Hung, Jason, Lee, Matt
groups worked and learned together ~ we were each other's critical
Catalyst + Spark = Partnership for Learning
a fractal image
is developing, the pattern and beauty are often unseen. This can
be true of the learning process as well. And just as one mathematical
formula can create a wide variety of fractals, each instance of
the catalyst + spark can result in a unique creative learning experience.
are not very successful at guiding teachers in the use of technology
in the curriculum. Training classes often do not result
in application of ideas or skills.
mentoring with student technology advisors through a teacher's
passionate interest lead to improved teaching through technology
Does the teacher transfer tech skills for independent technology
How can I improve as an agent of change, as a visionary planner?
Establish a model for faculty development so that
Apprenticeship in leading change
become so comfortable with technology that it restructures how
they teach and
they are independent, supporting each other, and going beyond
what they learned from me.
Change in how I interact with teachers, IT partners, and administrators
in the methods for integrating technology into the curriculum
a student/faculty mentoring partnership program
last typically for 1 year at which time the teacher should have
some level of independence
students and faculty must apply; final decisions will be made
by StComp or ColComp
are trained and paid by the program run out of CIS/AcadTech
teacher determines the academic area to be addressed (content
partnership devleops the plan as a team