Florida Digital Learning Summary - Florida Department Of Education

Florida Digital Learning Summary - Florida Department Of Education

Florida  Digital  Learning  Summary   FOIL   May  2015   www.FLDOE.org © 2014, Florida Department of Education. All Rights Reserved. Digital  Class...

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Florida  Digital  Learning  Summary   FOIL   May  2015  

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Digital  Classrooms  Plans   Ron  Nieto,   Deputy  Commissioner  for  Technology  and  InnovaAon    

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•  Computer-Based Assessment Certification Tool used to schedule students and computers for each administration

•  Device specifications, wireless and bandwidth standards

Online   Assessment   Support  

Digital   Learning  and   Technology   Infrastructure  

Digital  Tools  

Professional   Development  

•  Nine components of a Digital Tool System reported by districts

•  Professional Development outcomes measured via the Technology Integration Matrix (TIM) www.FLDOE.org © 2014, Florida Department of Education. All Rights Reserved.

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DOE publishes the 5-year state DCP with specifications and standards for district in addition to the district DCP template. 73 District DCP plans have been approved by the DOE. Funds are dispersed through normal FEFP channels.

Digital Classrooms Plan Timeline

August 2014

October 2014

March 2015

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Districts work to collaborate to complete DCP and achieve school board approval. Statutory deadline is October 1, however many districts request extensions.

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Percentage  of  DCP  Planned  Expenditures  by  Group   1 Infrastructure

Assessment Support

23

Infrastructure

%

29

%

2 Professional Dev. 3 Digital Tools 4 Assessment Support

Digital Tools

27%

Professional Development

21%

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According to the Fall 2014 TRI, Districts currently have 1,169,522 student devices that meet minimum specifications.

The 2014-15 district DCPs include an additional 733,092 devices required to meet district goals

386,960 678,946 95,315 Student Laptops

Student Desktops

Student Tablets

8,301

Student Thin-clients

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Classrooms  meeFng  Wireless  Standard  of  IEEE  802.11n  or  higher  

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Schools  meeFng  bandwidth  standard  of  100kbps/student   As  reported  on  the  Fall  2014  TRI,  58  percent  of  schools  meet  the   FDOE  recommended  bandwidth  standard.  

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Technology  and  InstrucFonal  Materials     •  $165  million  was  available  for  districts  to  purchase   instrucAonal  content  and  devices,  equipment,  and   infrastructure   •  Districts  shall  cerAfy  to  the  commissioner  an  expenditure  plan   for  purchase  of  instrucAonal  content  and  technology   •  If  any  funds  are  to  be  used  for  technology,  district  must:   •  CerAfy  that  instrucAonal  content  necessary  for  instrucAon  is  available     •  Include  an  expenditure  plan  for  purchases   •  Demonstrate  alignment  of  technology  purchases  with  minimum  or   recommended  technology  requirements      

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Technology  and  InstrucFonal  Materials     •  For  the  2014-­‐15  year,  20  districts  cerAfied  they   have  met  their  instrucAonal  materials  needs  and   will  uAlize  IM  funds  for  technology  

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Technology  IntegraFon  Matrix  (TIM)   Levels  of  Technology  Integra3on  into  the  Curriculum  

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What does digital learning look like when integrated into the curriculum?

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Technology Integration Matrix Samples www.mytechmatrix.org

Entry Level Language Arts

Transformation Level Language Arts

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QuesFon  -­‐     •  When  will  the  2015-­‐16  Digital  Curriculum  Plan   template  be  made  available  for  districts?   Answer  –  The  department  is  targeAng  to  release  the   2015-­‐16  template  by  August  1,  2015.    Districts  are   encouraged  to  start  now  by  collaboraAng  with  their  DCP   teams  to  confirm  the  digital  learning  overview  and   strategy  for  the  district.      

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QuesFon  -­‐     •  What  are  best  pracAces  that  have  emerged   regarding  the  collecAon  of  Technology  IntegraAon   Matrix  data  across  the  district?  Will  the  state  be   providing  any  professional  development  in  that   area?   Answer  –  The  TIM  is  a  criAcal  element  in  monitoring  and   measuring  the  implementaAon  of  digital  learning  into  the   classroom.    This  year  we  saw  many  districts  conduct   training  on  the  use  of  the  TIM.    Over  the  next  year,  the   department  will  evaluate  best  pracAces  and  methods   used  in  the  districts  and  will  publish  the  findings.    

 

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QuesFon  -­‐   •  Will  the  state  be  providing  any  professional   development  regarding  digital  learning?   Answer  –  The  department  is  beginning  training  this   summer  in  select  districts  on  the  principals  of  instrucAonal   design  using  digital  tools  (Project  OpAmize).    Following  the   training,  a  limited  number  of  soWware  licenses  will  be   available  for  school  and  district  staff.    Districts  are   encouraged  to  contact  [email protected]fldoe.org  if   interested  in  parAcipaAng.        

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QuesFon   •  How  will  districts  report  out  on  the  outcomes  of   the  Digital  Classroom  Plan?  When  will  that  format   be  available?   Answer  –  The  Technology  Resources  Inventory  (TRI)   opened  for  schools  on  April  27,  2015.    The  results  from   the  Fall  and  Spring  TRI  will  be  used  as  the  foundaAon  for   the  DCP  report  that  is  due  October  1.    Department  staff   will  be  contacAng  districts  as  necessary  over  summer  for   addiAonal  details.    

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CAPE  Digital  Tools   Sean  Friend,     Division  of  Career  and  Adult  EducaAon    

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CAPE  Digital  Tool  CerFficates   •  For  elementary  and  middle  grades  students   •  Eligible  for  addiAonal  FTE  membership  in  the  FEFP   •  Weighted  at  0.025  FTE  per  cerAficate  earned  up  to  a   maximum  of  0.1  FTE  per  fiscal  year  

•  SecAon  1008.44,  F.S.,  allows  for  no  more  than  15   cerAficates  to  be  available  in  2015-­‐16  in  the  following   areas:  word  processing;  spreadsheets;  sound,  moAon,   and  color  presentaAons;  digital  arts;  cybersecurity;  and   coding  

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2014-­‐15  CAPE  Digital  Tool  CerFficates   •  13 certificates are available in 2014-15 DOE Code

Certificate Title

Issuing Organization/Provider

APPLE801

Apple Certified Pro - Aperture 3 Level One

Apple, Inc.

APPLE802

Apple Certified Pro - Pages

Apple, Inc.

APPLE803

Apple Certified Pro - Numbers

Apple, Inc.

CERTI801

IC3 Digital Literacy Certification

Certiport, A Pearson VUE Business

CERTI802

IC3 Spark

Certiport, A Pearson VUE Business

DIGIT801

AGSPACE Certification for GIS Beginners

DigitalQuest Inc.

MICRO801

Microsoft Office Specialist: Microsoft Office Excel

Microsoft Corporation

MICRO802

Microsoft Office Specialist: Microsoft Office Word

Microsoft Corporation

PROSO801

ICT – Database Essentials

Certification Partners

PROSO802

ICT – Gaming Essentials

Certification Partners

PROSO803

ICT – Multimedia Essentials

Certification Partners

PROSO804

ICT – Programming & Logic Essentials

Certification Partners

PROSO805

ICT – Web Design Essentials

Certification Partners

NOTE: CAPE Digital Tool certificates on the 2014-15 CAPE Industry Certification Funding List are not guaranteed to be on the 2015-16 CAPE Industry Certification Funding List. www.FLDOE.org © 2014, Florida Department of Education. All Rights Reserved.

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2015-­‐16  CAPE  Digital  Tool  CerFficates   •  An  RFI  was  sent  to  vendors  soliciAng  informaAon  on   addiAonal  cerAficates  for  consideraAon  on  April  30th   •  List  of  2015-­‐16  CAPE  Digital  Tool  cerAficates  will  be   posted  on  the  Department’s  website  by  June  15   •  Changes  for  2015-­‐16     •  The  Department  will  be  reAring  ADOBE012  –  Adobe  CerAfied   Associate  for  Photoshop  and  moving  it  to  CAPE  Digital  Tool   cerAficate  designaAon  for  2015-­‐16   •  Apple  has  indicated  that  Apple  CerAfied  Pro  -­‐  Aperture  3   Level  One  will  be  reAred  for  the  2015-­‐16  school  year  and  will   therefore  be  removed  as  a  CAPE  Digital  Tool  cerAficate   www.FLDOE.org © 2014, Florida Department of Education. All Rights Reserved.

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What  does  this  mean?   •  Q:  What  are  some  of  the  best  pracFces  that  have   emerged  regarding  the  classroom  /  school  level   implementaFon  of  CAPE  Digital  Tool  cerFficates?   •  A:  Data  for  CAPE  Digital  Tool  cerAficates  will  not  be   available  unAl  fall  2015.    Once  we  receive  data  from  the   districts,  we  will  be  able  to  follow  up  with  the  districts   to  determine  best  pracAces.   •  The  Division  of  Career  and  Adult  EducaAon  (DCAE)  surveyed   districts  on  their  implementaAon  of  the  2014-­‐15  CAPE  Digital   Tool  cerAficates.    The  most  uAlized  CAPE  Digital  Tool   cerAficates  in  districts  were  MicrosoW  Office  Specialist:  Word,   MicrosoW  Office  Specialist:  Excel,  and  ICT  –  MulAmedia   EssenAals.   www.FLDOE.org © 2014, Florida Department of Education. All Rights Reserved.

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What  does  this  mean?   •  Q:  Will  the  state  be  providing  any  professional   development  regarding  CAPE  Digital  Tool   cerFficates?   •  A:  DCAE  provides  ongoing  technical  assistance  for   CAPE  Digital  Tool  cerAficates.   •  The  current  CAPE  technical  assistance  paper  can  found  at   hgp://www.fldoe.org/core/fileparse.php/5398/urlt/ CAPE-­‐Act-­‐TechAssist.pdf.   •  Email  industrycerAfi[email protected]fldoe.org  for  quesAons.  

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What  does  this  mean?   •  Q:  Is  it  recommended  that  districts  purchase  CAPE   Digital  Tool  CerFficate  exam  licenses  centrally  to   ensure  equitable  access  for  students?  If  so,  can   the  addiFonal  FTE  generated  be  used  for  the   purpose?   •  A:  Bulk  purchasing  oWen  leads  to  a  beger  per   student  price.  DCAE  recommends  that  your  district   CTE  staff  work  with  vendors  of  exisAng  CAPE   Industry  CerAficaAons  to  leverage  a  beger  price.     Yes,  addiAonal  FTE  generated  from  CAPE  Digital   Tool  cerAficates  may  be  used  for  this  purpose.   www.FLDOE.org © 2014, Florida Department of Education. All Rights Reserved.

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CAPE  InnovaFon  Courses   •  Combine  academic  and  career  content  with  performance  expectaAons   that  will  result  in  college  credit  and  industry  cerAficaAon  againment.     •  Include  at  least  two  third-­‐party  assessments,  one  of  which  is  idenAfied   with  an  industry  cerAficaAon  on  the  CAPE  Industry  CerAficaAon  Funding   List.   •  These  courses  involve  the  pairing  of  an  industry  cerAficaAon  with  an   Advanced  Placement  (AP)  course.   •  Use  the  current  College  Board  AP  course  descripAons  and  require  AP   teachers  to  deliver  a  series  of  acAviAes  that  emphasize  applied  learning   of  the  AP  content  while  learning  new  knowledge  and  skills  associated   with  CAPE  industry  cerAficaAons.   •  Eligible  for  addiAonal  0.3  FTE  membership  in  the  FEFP  

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2015-­‐16  CAPE  InnovaFon  Courses   Course

Academic

Career

Earn score of “3” or higher on the AP exam

Earn Microsoft Office Specialist for Excel (2013 version)

AP English Language and Composition Earn score of “3” or Innovation (#1001425) higher on the AP exam

Earn Microsoft Office Specialist for Word (2013 version)

AP Studio Art 2-D Design Portfolio Innovation (#0109355)

Earn score of “3” or higher on the AP exam

Earn Adobe Certified Associate for Adobe Photoshop (Creative Cloud version)

AP Computer Science A Innovation (#0200325)

Earn score of “3” or higher on the AP exam

Earn CIW Javascript Specialist certification

AP Microeconomics Innovation (#2102365)

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Contact  InformaFon  for  The  College  Board   Are  you  interested  in  more  informaFon  about   becoming  a  pilot  district  for  CAPE  InnovaFon   Courses  for  2015-­‐16?    

Edward  Biedermann   The  College  Board   Email:  [email protected]   Phone:  212-­‐713-­‐7728     www.FLDOE.org © 2014, Florida Department of Education. All Rights Reserved.

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Contact  InformaFon   Digital  Learning  and  Digital  Learning  Plans     • 

Ron  Nieto,  Division  of  Technology  and  InnovaAon   ⁻  Email:    [email protected]fldoe.org     ⁻  Phone:    850-­‐245-­‐9855  

      CAPE  Digital  Tool  CerFficates  and  CAPE  Industry  CerFficaFons   • 

Sean  Friend,  Division  of  Career  and  Adult  EducaAon   ⁻  Email:    industrycerAfi[email protected]fldoe.org     ⁻  Phone:    850-­‐245-­‐9030  

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