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The tree-minute retreats can work as a whole group prayer on a projector/interactive whiteboard OR individually with each student on one device. You can use the day’s retreat or choose from the Archives.

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In the 2015-2016 school year, we posted our technology concepts and skills as adopted standards. The reason we did this was so that we could use the standards in Rubicon Atlas. The hope was that we would have a rich set of data captured to tell us what skills were taught in which grades. It didn’t really work out that way. What we will be doing over the next three days of workshops is to work in small groups by grade level. You will work with a group of five to six teachers to decide which skills should be taught in one particular grade level. We will then get back as a whole group.

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As a review of where we are heading…we are going to be creating a set of Technology Curriculum Core Maps. This is an example of an ELA Core Map for Kindergarten. You will notice that there is a Unit title, the content and standard, the skills, general assessments used, and Gospel values and faith connections. We will build the assessments and Gospel values next month.

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As you work in your groups, you will be selecting skills that MUST be learned by June of that particular grade level. You will also associate the skills with a New Jersey State Technology Standard. It is 8.1. a grade level, strand letter, and sub-strand number. If you finish before the other groups, please begin to brainstorm Gospel values.

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This is a sample of the New Jersey State Technology Standards. If you think you are having the students understand and use technology systems, you would use the code 8.1.2.A.1 which is Educational Technology, to be learned by the end of grade 2, in Technology Operation and Concepts, and it is the 1st of three indicators.

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When you sit together choose a group leader. They will work through the K-2, 3-5, or 6-8 skills and ask you to focus on one skill at a time. They will check off those you think must be mastered by the end of your particular grade level, for example, second grade. If there is a concern by only one or two individuals, the group leader should not it on the sheet. If you believe the student must “Utilize word wrap to type a paragraph” by June of the school year, you would not the NJ State Technology Standard 8.1.2.A – there is no last .number because there is no particular indicator for word wrap.

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We will eventually add performance tasks too.

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At 10:30 we will put away the core map discussions and do a Breakout EDU experience.

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Review of the rules.

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Quick video – introductory video you can share with others.

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You can purchase the items separately for as low as $85.25 while a purchased kit is $125.

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You can also do it for free by creating a Google Form with data validation.

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AnnOro1234-416Wor-oroann@rcan

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Questions, ideas, etc.. TinyURL.com/ncea2016notes

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Feel free to share these stories with your students.

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Reminder about our Voxer and Slack groups.

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Technology Core Maps and the Internet Ann Oro http://tinyurl.com/rcan2015survey4 Survey for February workshop

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Sacred Space http://www.sacredspace.ie

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Adopted Standards: RCAN Tech PK-2

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RCAN Core Maps

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Group work Each group Select skills within the content and unit to be learned by the end of Kindergarten OR First OR Second Associate skill with NJ State Technology Standards 8.1.x.y.z # is the standard number (i.e., x=grade, y=strand letter z=sub-strand number) You will only use 8.1.x.y (up to the strand letter) When finished: Gospel values (ideas for how to integrate them)

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New Jersey State Technology Standards

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Example working on second grade Everyone has the skills defined through our work at the Archdiocese of Newark Group leader has second grade sheets. Ask group to focus on skills Technology Operations and Concepts – Word Processing Group reviews skills and checks off those they think must be worked on during the second grade school year. Group leader highlights skills chosen and assists the group in resolving decisions If there is a concern by one or two individuals please note the exceptions. EXAMPLE: Utilize word wrap to type a paragraph The majority of your group may decide this is a second grade skill Note the NJ State Technology Standard 8.1.2.A

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Consider assessments Performance tasks

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Group work Each group Select skills within the content and unit to be learned by the end of Kindergarten First Second Associate skill with NJ State Technology Standards 8.1.x.y.z # is the standard number (i.e., x=grade, y=strand letter z=sub-strand number) You will only use 8.1.x.y (up to the strand letter) When finished: Gospel values (ideas for how to integrate them) 9:00-9:15 Welcome 9:15-10:30 Core Maps 10:30-11:15 Breakout EDU 11:15-11:30 Wrap Up

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Breakout Edu http://www.breakoutedu.com/ Like “Escape” Rooms

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Breakout Edu Look over, under, and around this room I will give you a letter when you solve the word lock You will solve early forms of communication clues that will lead us to the age of the Internet At the end we will take photos of the winners and those who do not complete the mission in 45 minutes You will work in teams of 4-5 people When you are done, please sign up for Breakout Edu and review the missions AND/OR open the Inspiration Board, read and leave comments for the bloggers until the timer goes off We will have a pre-work follow-up conversation afterwards http://www.breakoutedu.com/

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Breakout Edu https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QWSoR-0DH8Q

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Breakout Edu – Do-It-Yourself Physical Kit www.tinyurl.com/rcanbreakout1

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Breakout Edu – Do-It-Yourself – No Cost (Google Form) www.tinyurl.com/rcanbreakout2

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Network: Intranet/Internet Big Picture: Machines Connected locally Connected globally

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The Network is Down Big Picture: Network service provider Your equipment in the building

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Browsers Big Picture: Chrome Firefox Safari Internet Explorer Microsoft Edge

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Retro Games

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NCEA convention www.tinyurl.com/ncea2016notes

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RCAN Stories rcanstories.wikispaces.com

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Networking Time

Summary: Slide deck for the April 2016 technology integration workshop.

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