Week Twelve: Presentation of your proposal for emerging technology

TUTORIAL: CREATING A VODCAST WITH SCREENCASTOMATIC AND YOUTUBE

PRESENT YOUR PROPOSAL TO US USING VIDEO

This week, you will present your entire proposal unit to us via video (as a vodcast). View the tutorial below which will assist you in creating and uploading a video screencast (or vodcast) via YouTube. Your vodcast should be no more than ten minutes long.

In this presentation, please talk us through your proposal and the unit that demonstrates the student centered nature of the technology, and the way that the technology can be used appropriately with students to enhance student achievement.

You will embed the video to your blog for the week.

Please comment on the presentations of others!

Funding Proposal Rubric

Criterion Exceeds Met Needs Improvement
Contribute to shared vision (NETS-C #) Rationale for the project clearly links the initiative to the  school’s Vision and Strategic Planning. Rationale for the project  refers to the school’s Vision and Strategic Planning, and the inference can be reasonably made that the two are related. Rationale for the proposal  make a mention of the school’s Vision and Strategic planning, but no relationship between the Vision and the objectives of the proposed  initiative  are apparent or can be inferred.
Evaluating innovation (NETS-C #) Evaluation of the new technology to be integrated clearly aligns with strategic planning for the district. It is apparent the initiative will further the district’s strategic plan, even if some policies must be put into place for the initiative to work. . Evaluation of the new technology to be integrated aligns with strategic planning for the district. There is a gap between existing policy and policy that must be implemented; however plans to move these policies forward as presented in the proposal are sound. While there may be some alignment between strategic planning and the new technology proposed, the alignment seems coincidental rather than intentional AND/OR little evidence that the initiative could work given the policies of the school or district. .
Integrated Unit  (NETS-C #) Worthwhile funding sources are identified. Criteria for funding is well-met. The proposal is fully created and is ready for submission. Worthwhile funding sources are identified. Criteria for funding is met. The outline for the proposal is complete and demonstrates the conceptual work is done for submission. Funding sources may not be appropriate to the proposal AND/OR Criteria for funding isn’t met, and no plan for meeting the criteria exists AND/OR no complete outline or full-fledged creation of the proposal has been accomplished AND/OR Conceptually, the proposal is lacking.
Sustaining innovation & Managing Change (NETS-C #) A viable sustainability plan is included within the proposal. A sustainability plan is included within the proposal. While it may lack detail, it’s well founded and convincing. A sustainability plan is included within the proposal but this plan doesn’t seem convincing OR No plan is included. .
Learner-Centered innovation (NETS-C #) Clear, consistent and convincing evidence that the candidate is aware of student progress throughout the unit of instruction, and that the student makes appropriate adjustments to facilitate student readiness levels, learning styles, interests, and/or personal goals. Evidence that the candidate is aware of student progress throughout the unit of instruction, and that the student makes appropriate adjustments to facilitate student readiness levels, learning styles, interests, and/or personal goals. Little or no evidence that the candidate is aware of student progress throughout the unit of instruction, and/or that the student makes appropriate adjustments to facilitate student readiness levels, learning styles, interests and/or personal goals.

No Twitter Session this week!

Upload your final Presentation to Livetext by July 31.

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