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Pivot points for technology
integration
Joan E. Hughes, Ph.D.
The University of Texas...
Photos
Initiation of an innovation idea
Implementation
Institutionalization
Teaching and learning with technology is
not rocket science!
It’s actually harder than rocket science.Photo: Library of Co...
Why is teaching and learning harder than
rocket science?
#tltechlive
“The Black Box of the Classroom”
Photo: Joan Hughes
“…a complex, dynamic, and very messy
multilevel system”
“…a tangled maze of structures, events,
and relationships”
Cuban, ...
Research-based SUCCESS Factors
classroom-based
school-based
∧
#1
Technology Leadership
What leadership practices matter for
technology integration?
#tltechlive
✓ Technology Leadership
✓ Students per computer
✗ Internet
✗ Hardware $/student
✗ Software $/student
Anderson & Dexter, 20...
48of 50 states
NOtechnology preparation
for future school leaders
Schrum, Galizio, & Ledesma, 2011
Photo: Cliff
Distributed technology leadership
Schrum & Levin, 2013Photo: Iolanda Pensa
Hughes, De Zeeuw, & Ok, in pressPhoto by Jesse Dittmar, used w/ permission
Johnston, 2012
Farmer, 2013Photo by Jesse Dittmar, used w/ permission
✓ Supportive principal
✓ Collaborative teachers
✓ Pr...
#2
Technology Vision
What’s your technology vision?
#tltechlive
“Superintendents have been
pressed to purchase new hardware
and software, in the belief that if
technology were introduced...
✓ Learner-focused
✓ Curricular-focused
✓ Pre-planned
Dexter, 2011
Hughes, De Zeeuw, & Ok, in pressPhoto: Wesley Fryer
Students are a constituent
group that is often
neglected, ignored, or
forgotten.
Photo: Wesley Fryer Fullan, 2007
Warschauer, Zheng, Niiya, Cotton, and Farkas, 2014Photo: GoogleMaps
Anderson & Dexter, 2000
Schrum & Levin, 2013
Hughes et al., in press
Top-down
Bottom-up
DEAD
or
ALIVE?
Photo: TorenC
#3
Technology Professional Learning
What are the keys to professional
learning that lead to successful
technology integration?
#tltechlive
Meaningful
Change
(transforming
student
learning)
Change
in
materials
Change
in
teacher
practices
Change
in
teacher
beliefs
adoption of innovations
Rogers, 2003Photo: Natebailey
✓ Technology specialists
✓ Learning opportunities
✓ Teacher bonuses
✓ Early release days
✓ Substitutes
Lin & Chiou, 2008
D...
✗ One-shot workshops
✗ Tool focus “50 apps…”
Photo: Јелена Продановић
General tech =
“replacement” pedagogy
Dexter, 2011
L...
Photo: Univ Fraser Valley
Hughes, 2003; 2004; 2005
Hughes, Kerr, & Ooms, 2005
Hughes & Ooms, 2004
POPs + Tech =
Transforma...
Schrum, Galizio, & Ledesma, 2011
“[Leaders] uniformly stressed that the
role of the school leader is essential in
helping ...
grammar of schooling
Selwyn, 2011
a school’s engrained
educational format
and goals
Selwyn, 2011
grammar of
schooling:
“…we [math team] all need to do the same because
everybody needs to have the same thing and equal and all
the same time.
I...
✓ Include leaders in prof learning
✓ Drive change w/ librarians
✓ Enact tiered visioning
✓ Nurture content-specific tech P...
Questions, Comments, Ideas
joanh@austin.utexas.edu | @techedges
Joan E. Hughes, Ph.D.
The University of Texas at Austin
Wo...
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Pivot Points for Technology Integration (Tech & Learning Live Austin Keynote)

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Dr. Hughes kicks off a day of professional development workshops and discussions with a presentation on developing a “distributed vision” for K-12 technology initiatives.

She believes the technology vision is not a piece of paper filed away but a new way of living and working – impacting day-to-day and long-range thinking, actions, decisions, and processes. She will share research-based examples of how schools successfully navigate this cultural shift to get all stakeholders on board and provide tips and tools you can use to replicate these success stories in your schools and districts.

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Pivot Points for Technology Integration (Tech & Learning Live Austin Keynote)

  1. 1. joanh@austin.utexas.edu | @techedges Pivot points for technology integration Joan E. Hughes, Ph.D. The University of Texas at Austin Work licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
  2. 2. Photos
  3. 3. Initiation of an innovation idea Implementation Institutionalization
  4. 4. Teaching and learning with technology is not rocket science! It’s actually harder than rocket science.Photo: Library of Congress
  5. 5. Why is teaching and learning harder than rocket science? #tltechlive
  6. 6. “The Black Box of the Classroom” Photo: Joan Hughes
  7. 7. “…a complex, dynamic, and very messy multilevel system” “…a tangled maze of structures, events, and relationships” Cuban, 2013, p. 163Photo: Public Domain
  8. 8. Research-based SUCCESS Factors classroom-based school-based ∧
  9. 9. #1 Technology Leadership
  10. 10. What leadership practices matter for technology integration? #tltechlive
  11. 11. ✓ Technology Leadership ✓ Students per computer ✗ Internet ✗ Hardware $/student ✗ Software $/student Anderson & Dexter, 2005
  12. 12. 48of 50 states NOtechnology preparation for future school leaders Schrum, Galizio, & Ledesma, 2011
  13. 13. Photo: Cliff Distributed technology leadership
  14. 14. Schrum & Levin, 2013Photo: Iolanda Pensa
  15. 15. Hughes, De Zeeuw, & Ok, in pressPhoto by Jesse Dittmar, used w/ permission
  16. 16. Johnston, 2012 Farmer, 2013Photo by Jesse Dittmar, used w/ permission ✓ Supportive principal ✓ Collaborative teachers ✓ Professional organizations ✗ Competitive instructional technologist ✗ Unsupportive principal ✗ Uncollaborative teachers
  17. 17. #2 Technology Vision
  18. 18. What’s your technology vision? #tltechlive
  19. 19. “Superintendents have been pressed to purchase new hardware and software, in the belief that if technology were introduced to the classroom, it would be used, and if it were used, it would transform schooling.” Cuban, 2001; 2013 Zhao & Conway, 2001
  20. 20. ✓ Learner-focused ✓ Curricular-focused ✓ Pre-planned Dexter, 2011 Hughes, De Zeeuw, & Ok, in pressPhoto: Wesley Fryer
  21. 21. Students are a constituent group that is often neglected, ignored, or forgotten. Photo: Wesley Fryer Fullan, 2007
  22. 22. Warschauer, Zheng, Niiya, Cotton, and Farkas, 2014Photo: GoogleMaps
  23. 23. Anderson & Dexter, 2000 Schrum & Levin, 2013 Hughes et al., in press Top-down Bottom-up
  24. 24. DEAD or ALIVE? Photo: TorenC
  25. 25. #3 Technology Professional Learning
  26. 26. What are the keys to professional learning that lead to successful technology integration? #tltechlive
  27. 27. Meaningful Change (transforming student learning) Change in materials Change in teacher practices Change in teacher beliefs
  28. 28. adoption of innovations Rogers, 2003Photo: Natebailey
  29. 29. ✓ Technology specialists ✓ Learning opportunities ✓ Teacher bonuses ✓ Early release days ✓ Substitutes Lin & Chiou, 2008 Dexter, 2011 Schrum & Levin, 2013Photo: Jericho
  30. 30. ✗ One-shot workshops ✗ Tool focus “50 apps…” Photo: Јелена Продановић General tech = “replacement” pedagogy Dexter, 2011 Lawless & Pellegrino, 2007 Lin & Chiou, 2008 Schrum & Levin, 2013
  31. 31. Photo: Univ Fraser Valley Hughes, 2003; 2004; 2005 Hughes, Kerr, & Ooms, 2005 Hughes & Ooms, 2004 POPs + Tech = Transformative learning ✓ Content-specificity ✓ Ongoing, long-term
  32. 32. Schrum, Galizio, & Ledesma, 2011 “[Leaders] uniformly stressed that the role of the school leader is essential in helping teachers establish a culture that values risk taking, promotes exploration, and celebrates innovation.”
  33. 33. grammar of schooling Selwyn, 2011
  34. 34. a school’s engrained educational format and goals Selwyn, 2011 grammar of schooling:
  35. 35. “…we [math team] all need to do the same because everybody needs to have the same thing and equal and all the same time. If you don’t do that material and you don’t give them that quiz and that test, well that’s not fair. Your kids are making some frilly little project they’re going to get an “A” on, and my kids have to factor something which is hell.…”
  36. 36. ✓ Include leaders in prof learning ✓ Drive change w/ librarians ✓ Enact tiered visioning ✓ Nurture content-specific tech PLCs ✓ Support real risk-taking Top 5 Pivots!
  37. 37. Questions, Comments, Ideas joanh@austin.utexas.edu | @techedges Joan E. Hughes, Ph.D. The University of Texas at Austin Work licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.

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