SVA Media Literacy & Communications Planning

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SVA Media Literacy & Communications Planning by Mind Map: SVA Media Literacy & Communications Planning

1. SVA Websites

1.1. Public Website

1.1.1. Announcements

1.1.2. Links to all websites

1.1.3. Site Map: SoundviewAcademy.org

1.1.3.1. About/Info

1.1.3.1.1. philosophy

1.1.3.1.2. curric

1.1.3.1.3. NYCDOE Info

1.1.3.1.4. contact

1.1.3.1.5. New node

1.1.3.2. Parents

1.1.3.2.1. parent assoc.

1.1.3.2.2. skedula

1.1.3.3. Staff Resources

1.1.3.3.1. Digital Media Support Site

1.1.3.3.2. Staff Portal

1.1.3.3.3. Curriculum Portal

1.1.3.3.4. NYCDOE Email

1.1.3.3.5. SVA Google Apps Login

1.1.3.4. Student Resources

1.1.3.4.1. class pages

1.1.3.4.2. School News Site

1.1.3.4.3. iLearn link

1.1.3.4.4. Google Apps Login

1.2. Class Websites

1.2.1. Homework

1.2.2. Announcements

1.2.2.1. News

1.2.2.2. current unit of study

1.2.3. Schedule & link to Curriculum Map

1.2.4. Student Work Blog (optional)

1.2.5. Link to Skedula

1.2.6. Example: Art site (worksheets, powerpoints, etc. for students). Elyse's Google Site will be a online back up for kids, and potentially a paperless bank of resources for her class. See the setup on on of her Unit pages (click the arrow for the link)

1.2.6.1. unit pages

1.2.6.2. blog posts for student work

1.3. Staff Portal

1.3.1. Cabinet page

1.3.1.1. links to QR matrix folders

1.3.1.2. team agenda/minutes

1.3.1.2.1. existing

1.3.1.2.2. cabinet

1.3.1.2.3. siit

1.3.1.3. PD @ Soundview

1.3.2. Teacher page

1.3.2.1. Individual PD GD Collection

1.3.2.1.1. classroom visits/feedback

1.3.2.1.2. intervisitations

1.3.2.1.3. external visits

1.4. Scholars

1.4.1. units

1.4.2. video resources

1.4.3. Skedula

1.5. Skedula

1.5.1. Enter Assignments

1.5.2. Grades

1.5.3. Report Cards

2. Other Software Tools Being Used

2.1. Google Forms

2.1.1. leave a survey for your kids on your class blog -- display results as a graph

2.1.2. give online quizzes: flubaroo

2.1.3. students post quizzes for classmates

2.1.4. Digital Citizenship Contract

2.2. Google Presentations

2.2.1. example from SVA iZone

2.2.2. student presentations (see LESP)

2.3. Screencapture: Jing

2.4. Voicethread

2.5. iMovie

2.6. Diigo.com bookmarking and annotating

2.7. Blogger school blog (coming soon?)

2.8. Wallwisher: http://www.wallwisher.com/wall/svacohorts

2.9. Google+

2.9.1. show stream

2.9.2. show video "hangouts"

2.9.3. available in Apps next year...

2.10. Smart Notebook Software (for SMART Boards)

2.11. See the Digital Media Support Site for a list of 21 more tools!

3. Tech Support & Management Strategies (William's Domain)

3.1. SVA personnel devoted to this

3.1.1. Domingo: advising and transferring knowledge to William

3.1.2. William

3.1.2.1. laptop maintenance

3.1.2.2. desktop maintenance

3.1.2.3. organizing the sharing of all digital resources

3.1.2.4. installing/updating software

3.1.2.5. organizing iTeam

3.1.3. Martinez

3.1.3.1. managing Google Apps Accounts

3.1.3.2. organizing the QR matrix and shared staff folders in Google Docs

3.1.4. Rhys: troubleshooting, planning, not around enough to help

3.2. acknowledge limitations of technology

3.2.1. lots of new laptops

3.2.2. limited tech support

3.3. teacher maintenance roles & team-approach

3.3.1. sign out routine

3.3.2. check-in, check-out procedures

3.3.3. commitment to learn best practices for maintenance (your knowledge, student help)

3.3.4. plan for what to do if the Internet is down

3.4. iTeam

3.4.1. make nominations from your classes

3.4.2. training with William

3.4.3. need to be trained to be proactive with a laundry list of things to fix

3.5. student tech leaders in each class

3.6. issues to tackle in 2012-13

3.6.1. laptop sharing

3.6.2. iTeam management

3.6.3. Google Drive offline backups

3.6.4. planning/management of student accounts as they leave school (backing up and transferring to gmail accounts?)

4. Google Apps Planning: Staff/Student Accounts, Shared Documents, Class Websites, etc.

4.1. Google Docs: all student word processing 6-8

4.1.1. connected to @soundviewacademy.org accounts

4.1.2. All student word processing accessible by all teachers

4.1.3. using "conversations" or "comments" in margins for student-teacher interactivity

4.2. Student Portfolios in Apps (pilots in 2012-13?)

4.2.1. Docs/Drive is the core

4.2.2. all written work is archived in Docs/Drive

4.2.3. Docs/Drive Collections to organize work and share with teachers

4.2.4. Images of any written work can be photographed and uploaded to Docs

4.2.5. Public Docs/Drive Collection as a portfolio

4.2.6. Need to give them directions for how to download their work and share it with a personal Google Account when they leave Soundview

4.3. Google Sites: Class Websites; School Website (est 2010-12) (see SVA Websites Above)

4.4. Google Docs SVA Shared Collections Matrix (est. 2011-12)

4.4.1. [email protected] Collections

4.4.1.1. Math/Science

4.4.1.1.1. grade levels 6, 7, 8

4.4.1.1.2. maps

4.4.1.1.3. team agenda/minutes

4.4.1.1.4. lesson plans

4.4.1.1.5. resources

4.4.1.2. Arts

4.4.1.3. Humanities

4.4.1.3.1. grade levels 6, 7, 8

4.4.1.4. Special Ed

4.4.1.5. ESL

4.4.1.6. PE/Health

4.4.1.7. Scholars

4.4.1.8. Selectives

4.4.2. PD @ Soundview Collections

4.4.2.1. Individual Teachers

4.4.2.2. Content Teams

4.4.2.3. Whole School

4.4.3. Cabinet Collections

4.4.3.1. QR Matrix

4.4.3.1.1. Self Evaluation

4.4.3.1.2. QI Buckets

4.5. Google+ 2012-13?: Social Network Connected to Student Accounts

4.5.1. allows for video chats aka "hangouts"

4.5.2. can link to Google Docs/Google Sites and is sync'd with gmail

4.5.3. used for informal notes and chats during meetings using threaded "chats"

4.5.4. comments can be kept live, or added after meetings from people who come late.

4.5.5. familiar stream of informal communication that people are getting used to from Facebook, Twitter, etc.

4.6. Intro to Apps PD Agenda from 9.2.11

4.6.1. iZone Overview (Elyse & Damien) (8:30-10:30)

4.6.2. Getting everyone Logged in to Google Apps (Rhys leads) (11:00-11:30)

4.6.2.1. first initial + last name @soundviewacademy.org

4.6.2.2. Inbox/gmail, sites, docs, calendar

4.6.2.3. does everyone see the Staff and School Calendar?

4.6.3. Curriculum Design @ Soundview: Focus on Google Docs (Elyse, Damien & Rhys) (11:30-12:30)

4.6.3.1. Google Apps Overview (Rhys)

4.6.3.1.1. Account Login

4.6.3.1.2. Docs, Chat, Sites, Groups, Calendar

4.6.3.1.3. student accounts

4.6.3.1.4. teacher/student publishing to school website (blog in production)

4.6.3.1.5. using sites/docs as class portals (students turning in work, managing portfolios, pushing out assignments, handouts, etc. on class sites) (see Elyse's Art site)

4.6.3.2. SVA Google Docs Curriculum Portal of Shared collections (Damien/Elyse explanation)

4.6.3.2.1. How they are organized

4.6.3.2.2. How to open them

4.6.3.2.3. How to Find and File them

4.6.3.2.4. hands-on work (demos)

4.6.3.3. Google Docs Commenting/Conversation Features Demo (Rhys with Elyse/Damien)

4.6.3.3.1. Leaving comments

4.6.3.3.2. Email notifications

4.6.3.3.3. Resolving

4.6.3.4. Hands-On Work

4.6.3.4.1. Google Docs Basics

4.6.3.4.2. Google Docs Commenting

4.6.4. LUNCH 12:30-1:15

4.6.5. Best Digital Practices (Rhys) (1:15-2:15)

4.6.5.1. Media Literacy Intro

4.6.5.1.1. Definition of MLE

4.6.5.1.2. Relevance to CCSS

4.6.5.1.3. Working with Rhys

4.6.5.2. Google Sites: Class Pages

4.6.5.2.1. MODEL: the Art Site

4.6.5.2.2. BRAINSTORM: What other sites: exist, are needed, can be shared?

4.6.5.2.3. CREATE: Shared sites (according to brainstorm), OR adapt existing sites

4.6.5.2.4. CREATE: Unit plan pages

4.6.5.3. Tech Support & Management Strategies

4.6.5.3.1. acknowledge limitations of technology

4.6.5.3.2. teacher maintenance roles & team-approach

4.6.5.3.3. iTeam

4.6.5.3.4. student tech leaders in each class

4.6.5.3.5. SVA personnel devoted to this now

4.6.5.3.6. Wallwisher feedback (5 min discussion, and post notes to WW): http://www.wallwisher.com/wall/svacohorts

4.6.5.4. Digital Citizenship Contract

4.6.5.4.1. Internet Research Best Practices

4.6.5.4.2. online safety

4.6.5.4.3. cyberbullying

4.6.5.4.4. consequences

4.6.5.5. Software Showcase

4.6.5.5.1. Google Forms

4.6.5.5.2. Google Presentations

4.6.5.5.3. Screencapture: Jing

4.6.5.5.4. Voicethread

4.6.5.5.5. iMovie

4.6.5.5.6. Diigo.com bookmarking and annotating

4.6.5.5.7. Blogger school blog (coming soon)

4.6.5.5.8. Wallwisher: http://www.wallwisher.com/wall/svacohorts

4.6.5.5.9. Google+

4.6.5.5.10. Smart Notebook Software (for SMART Boards)

4.6.5.5.11. See the Digital Media Support Site for a list of 21 more tools!

5. Google Apps & Gmail Communication (Martinez's Domain)

5.1. Martinez will manage student & staff accounts (with turnkeying from Domingo & Rhys)

5.2. Domingo has managed Groups - change to Martinez

5.2.1. teams

5.2.2. all staff

5.2.3. support staff

5.2.4. admin

5.2.5. instructional staff

5.2.6. parents

5.3. separate core staff from external staff

5.4. teachers should know about sharing groups

5.5. teachers should learn to share with all staff vs. specific collaborators & students

6. Student Goals 2012-13 (needs more input)

6.1. Students: Digital Citizenship Contract

6.1.1. Internet Research Best Practices

6.1.2. online safety

6.1.3. cyberbullying

6.1.4. consequences

6.2. Google Docs for all Word Processing & Portfolio 6-8

6.2.1. requires account setup by Martinez

6.2.2. requires intro to staff

6.2.3. requires intro to students

6.3. Skills: exposure to typing, word processing, web research & multimedia production basics

6.4. Integrated production demonstrating performance-based tasks (starting with grade 8 Lopez/? connection)

6.5. Can we attack this through collaborative planning with Lopez?

7. Staff Goals 2012-13 (needs more input)

7.1. Managing Portfolios

7.1.1. need a model

7.1.2. several teachers up for tenure

7.2. Prep for QR

7.3. Assessments (& Evaluation of Assessments)

7.3.1. how do they result in improvement

7.3.2. i.e. how does accuity help?

7.4. Evaluating Team Collaboration Efficiency

7.4.1. self evaluations

7.4.2. admin evaluations

7.4.2.1. what makes an effective team

7.4.2.2. need a rubric

7.5. iZone Future State design goals

7.5.1. PML

7.5.2. Inquiry look at Blended Learning (promising practices)

8. Rhys' Consulting Agendas 2012-13 (10 Days)

8.1. QR Matrix Prep & Google Apps Review (1-2 Days)

8.1.1. Rhys review the Bins with Martinez/Frack

8.1.1.1. Folders for indicators

8.1.1.2. Documents within folders for Math/ELA/Arts, etc.

8.1.1.3. Headings with links to examples from teacher digital portfolios within documents

8.1.1.4. 1.2 - Research based framework

8.1.1.4.1. using collections that show teacher evaluation above a Danielson table that supervisers add to

8.1.1.5. 1.1 linking to student work in teacher portfolios

8.1.1.6. 1.3 & 1.4 are under control

8.1.1.7. 2.2 assessment

8.1.1.7.1. performance based assessment of common core tasks

8.1.1.7.2. student work as assessment pieces

8.1.1.8. 3.1 school vision & documented goals

8.1.1.8.1. needs to be written up by Frack

8.1.1.8.2. tweaking the future state design to add data point

8.1.1.9. 3.4 culture of learning

8.1.1.9.1. documenting outreach

8.1.1.9.2. documenting home/school connection

8.1.1.10. 4.1

8.1.1.11. 5.1 school level decisions

8.1.2. Tech Team Meetings

8.1.2.1. School Website

8.1.2.2. Class website strategies/expectations: Skedula & Dept. Sites

8.1.2.2.1. lopez

8.1.2.2.2. sandifer

8.1.2.2.3. garcia

8.1.2.2.4. georges

8.1.2.2.5. cabrera

8.1.2.2.6. richards/cologne 8th

8.1.2.2.7. Department Website

8.1.2.3. Discuss the redesign of the website

8.1.2.4. Define Tech Team Roles:

8.1.2.4.1. Calendar maintenance & updates

8.1.2.4.2. Home page announcements

8.1.2.4.3. Student blog setup & moderation

8.1.2.4.4. Class website oversight & support

8.1.2.4.5. Laptop management & oversight

8.1.2.4.6. Google Docs folder oversight, strategizing & support

8.1.2.4.7. iTeam leader & Tech Support/Maintenance

8.1.2.5. Skedula

8.1.3. Google Apps Training for SVA Point People (Lopez/Martinez/Sanifer)

8.1.3.1. Apps: admin staff/student accounts

8.1.3.2. Sites: Department or Grade Level Blogger

8.1.3.2.1. Arts Department Blog

8.1.3.2.2. New node

8.1.3.3. Create Google Apps Support Docs

8.1.3.4. Docs/Drive: options for adding new apps & managing all files online and off

8.1.4. Outlining Teacher's Digital Responsibilities

8.1.4.1. Skedula

8.1.4.1.1. assessment

8.1.4.1.2. parents

8.1.4.1.3. making it standards-based

8.1.4.1.4. highlight personal management learning

8.1.4.2. Digital Portfolio

8.1.4.3. Department Website

8.1.4.4. Classroom use of digital tools

8.1.4.4.1. assessment culture around performance based culture (blogs, vlogs, collaboration)

8.1.5. Frack: What type of QR are you getting State or City?

8.2. Mapping the Assessment Culture: Creating a Matrix of Team Preparedness (4 days)

8.2.1. take a look at what's already there

8.2.1.1. looking at key competencies for highly competent teams

8.2.1.1.1. online assessment

8.2.1.1.2. unit building

8.2.1.1.3. collaboration

8.2.1.1.4. common core language

8.2.1.1.5. assessment culture

8.2.1.1.6. sharing best practices

8.2.1.1.7. inquiry based on looking at student work

8.2.1.2. meeting with team leaders

8.2.1.2.1. Frack

8.2.1.2.2. Cabrera

8.2.1.2.3. Georges

8.2.1.2.4. Diaz/Richards Humanities/ELA

8.2.1.2.5. Siedenberg

8.2.1.2.6. Viau

8.2.1.2.7. Colon

8.2.1.2.8. Castillo

8.2.1.2.9. Lopez

8.2.1.2.10. Williams

8.2.1.2.11. Bailey

8.2.1.3. Develop a rubric of team efficacy

8.2.2. reaching out to other schools for models

8.2.2.1. iZone schools

8.2.3. review of 3rd party teacher evaluation apps

8.2.3.1. can this be remade in Google Apps

8.2.4. creating a template to evaluate assessment pieces (flexible enough to handle all of the following)

8.2.4.1. Plan, Do, Check, Adjust (PDCA)

8.2.4.1.1. applies to all of the following assessment domains

8.2.4.2. Assessing Collaborative Teams

8.2.4.2.1. Structures

8.2.4.2.2. Capacity

8.2.4.2.3. Process/Protocols/Practices

8.2.4.3. Teacher Evaluation & Assessment

8.2.4.3.1. Portfolios (needs a structure & model)

8.2.4.3.2. See this attempt at Danielson template in Google Docs

8.2.4.4. Support Staff Evaluation & Assessment

8.2.4.4.1. Administration

8.2.4.4.2. Social Work & Guidance

8.2.4.4.3. Paraprofessionals

8.2.4.4.4. Related Service Providers

8.2.4.4.5. Deans

8.2.4.4.6. Afterschool Providers

8.2.4.5. Evaluation of Classroom and Schoolwide Assessment Devices

8.2.4.6. Assessment of Data Use and Application

8.2.4.7. Evaluation of Professional Development Practices including Mentoring, Weekly Staff PDs and PD Partnerships

8.2.4.8. Innovative Assessment Practices, ILPs (Individualized Learning Plans) and Mastery-Based Tracking

8.2.4.8.1. best in an IEP

8.2.4.8.2. learning goals

8.2.4.8.3. individualized blueprint for that kid

8.2.4.8.4. what does this look like?

8.2.4.8.5. could it be a mind map?

8.2.4.8.6. tie in the Vimeo accounts for individual student "channels" to record progress reports

8.2.4.8.7. New node

8.3. Documenting PBAs that are Common Core aligned

8.3.1. building off of Academic Values Doc/language

8.3.2. match up Grant/Wiggins with CCLS

8.3.3. What did you do with Kristin Swanson (Siedenberg/Colon/Diaz/Richards/Cabrera)? Document accountable talk through digital evidence (created by students)

8.3.4. Be agressive with Georges (with Bianca/Guevara). Developing argument.

8.3.4.1. create models

8.3.4.2. play them back for the class

8.3.4.3. looking for a unit of studey that develops students ability with argument (evidence-based arguments)

8.4. Potential Partners to Collaborate With

8.4.1. Collaborate with Competency Based Learning Partners' Unit Plans to build a "blended" unit of study to bridge CCLS, Competencies and blueprint standards with a strong assessment piece.

8.4.2. Peter Avery (arts liason)

8.4.3. Netty Adu (literacy coach)

8.4.4. Copper

8.4.5. Kristin Swanson (Toledo)

8.4.6. Christina (ischool)

8.5. Inquiry Team: Defining, Consolidating & Documenting Blended Learning Practices (4 days + time built in to other days)

8.5.1. Defining Blended Learning

8.5.2. Document blending learning best practices

8.5.2.1. Identify blended practices teachers currently employ

8.5.2.2. Rhys films it and watches it with students & teachers (cogenerative dialogs as part of the documentary editing process)

8.5.2.2.1. what does it look like in the planning stages?

8.5.2.2.2. what does it look like in the classroom?

8.5.2.2.3. what was the teacher doing?

8.5.2.2.4. what were the students doing?

8.5.2.2.5. what resources were utilized?

8.5.2.2.6. does what we're trying work?

8.5.2.3. Chart the progress throughout the year

8.5.2.4. Garcia designs assessment pieces (connected to assessment focus above)

8.5.2.5. subjects

8.5.2.5.1. co-teaching

8.5.2.5.2. online supplementary programs (i.e. compas learning)

8.5.3. Present documentary and data to the staff

8.5.4. Possible Teachers Involved (team)

8.5.4.1. Diaz: combining online curricula & traditional practices

8.5.4.2. Richards: blogging, or co-planning integrated with Lopez)

8.5.4.3. Lopez: project-based integrated unit multimedia format integrated with an ELA writing project (i.e. what he did with Gomez)

8.5.4.3.1. 7-10 standards of filmmaking evaluated to show mastery level

8.5.4.3.2. Working towards a comprehensive unit (Oct/Nov)

8.5.4.3.3. Diaz is the foundation (industrial revolution in SS)

8.5.4.3.4. Richards is doing writing components (creating a short silent film)

8.5.4.3.5. NYC Blueprint Standards

8.5.4.3.6. writing a thesis for grad school

8.5.4.3.7. shared unit plan with off shoots

8.5.4.4. 2nd Wave - bring Garcia/Colon/ (include Skedula)

8.5.5. Timeline

8.5.5.1. Industrial Revolution Project

8.5.5.2. Oct-Thanksgiving

8.5.5.3. Initial meeting in October

8.5.6. Christine is focusing here.

8.6. Media Literacy Overview

8.6.1. Definition of Media Litearcy Ed

8.6.1.1. critical thinking & literacy extended to new media: core principles

8.6.1.1.1. 1: MLE requires active inquiry and critical thinking about the messages we receive and create.

8.6.1.1.2. 2: MLE expands the concept of literacy to include all forms of media.

8.6.1.1.3. 3: MLE builds and reinforces skills for learners of all ages and requires practice.

8.6.1.1.4. 4: MLE develops informed, reflective and engaged participants essential for a democratic society.

8.6.1.1.5. 5: Media are a part of culture and function as agents of socialization.

8.6.1.1.6. 6: People use their individual skills, beliefs and experiences to construct their own meanings from media messages.

8.6.1.2. TEACHERS - you are already experts if you boil it down to basic communication (who's author, what is their intention, and what audience is this for?)

8.6.1.3. production = "writing" in new media

8.6.1.3.1. not hard for kids to pick up skills

8.6.1.3.2. communication tool box

8.6.1.3.3. kids can be empowered through SCHOOL to use these tools to communicate with the quality/effectiveness you try to teach them with writing

8.6.1.4. 21st Century citizens need to be able to read and write in video and internet formats if they are going to be lifelong learners and informed participants in a democracy.

8.6.2. Relevance to CCSS

8.6.2.1. extend CC standards to include media texts

8.6.2.2. i.e. a film made at SVA is a text to be broken into parts and analyzed for it's quality, effectiveness and intention

8.6.2.3. "Informational Texts" can come in many modern forms

8.6.2.4. Critical thinking skills, higher order thinking can all happen and be archived and assessed through media projects and activities.

8.6.2.5. Performance tasks can be assessed, archived, and planned into media projects and activities.

8.6.3. Working with Rhys

8.6.3.1. project-based learning

8.6.3.2. utilizing digital resources, tools & people (synchronously or asynchronously)

8.6.3.3. cohort collaboration planning

8.6.3.3.1. goal-setting

8.6.3.3.2. unit/project/activity planning

8.6.3.3.3. PD: to build skills and resources

8.6.3.3.4. PD: in-class modeling and assisting