This is our agenda for Monday, December 8, 2014.
Morning participants: Rita, Nancy, Lori, Wes, Dawn, Angela, Cherokee Nation education/curriculum representative, PreK immersion teacher, Ingrid Massey and Toby Thompson NSU
9:00 - 10:15 Welcome and Overview: Wes
Angela: Overview of these Grant Opportunities
What PreK/Primary Kids Can Do: Wes
Vision of “show what you know with media”
eBooks (Value of story retelling (apps: Book Creator & Explain Everything)
Interactively Sharing Student Work
Blogger/YouTube workflow for primary students: Easy Blogger Jr (example)
PreK/Primary Apps for Literacy: Gail Lovely @glovely ("Suddenly It Clicks: Using an iPad with Your Preschooler")
Digital Oral History / Celebrate Oklahoma Voices digital stories (Example: Kenwood School Cherokee Choir)
SAMR Framework introduction - Book Creator and SAMR
10:15 - 10:30 Break
10:30 - 11:30 Jigsaw discussion questions / Group Sharing (repeated)
What does PreK technology integration at Maryetta include and look like today?
What does PreK Indian Education / Cherokee Culture education at Maryetta include and look like today?
What Cherokee cultural picture books are available now? (PreK appropriate)
What links are available to current Indian Education / Cherokee Curriculum websites?
What have been “shining star” examples of tech integration and Indian Education programs at Maryetta to date?
How will success be measured / metrics be collected for literacy developments?
How will tribal elders be involved and their stories be utilized in the project curriculum?
What expectations and guidelines exist around intellectual property for student and teacher created digital resources?
11:30 - 12:00 Group Discussion: Grant Expectations / Hopes / Challenges / Opportunities
12 - 1 Lunch
1-2 pm (Wes, Dawn, Rita, Angela, Nancy)
- Overview of Technology Resources and Access (Nancy Neff)
- Building Tour focusing on technology
2:30 - 3:30 pmDiscussion and brainstorming of PD timeline and milestones for year 1