KS Education Technology Conference B-Credit Course

An opportunity for KS tri-campus educators to further explore knowledge gained from the Kamehameha Schools 2019 Education Technology Conference What’s Your Y by developing and applying new instructional strategies to their student-centered learning environments.
A-Schedule faculty who successfully complete the course will earn 2 B-Credits.

Register for the B-Credit course on www.mylearningplan.com
Deadline to register: May 31, 2019
Download flyer here.

COURSE SCHEDULE • TIMELINE OF ACTIVITIES

PRE-CONFERENCE ACTIVITIES

Date(s) Location Activity
6/3/19
10:00 – 11:30 AM
(lunch will be provided following the meeting)
Neal Blaisdell Center or Online Initial meeting
Online • Through LMS E-portfolio Activity 1
 

HUAKAʻI ACTIVITIES

Date(s) Location Activity
6/3/19 Various Locations Virtual or In-Person Huakaʻi
6/3/19 – 6/4/19 Online • Through LMS E-portfolio Activity 2
 

CONFERENCE ACTIVITIES

Date(s) Location Activity
6/4/19 Neal Blaisdell Center Day 1 – Attend Keynote, Morning Sessions, Gallery Walk, and Afternoon Sessions
6/4/19 Online • Through LMS E-portfolio Activity 3
6/5/19 Neal Blaisdell Center Day 2 – Attend Keynote, Morning Sessions, Lunch Kūkākukā, and Afternoon Sessions
6/5/19 Online • Through LMS E-portfolio Activity 4
 

POST CONFERENCE ACTIVITIES

Date(s) Location Activity
6/5 – 6/7/19 Online • Through LMS E-portfolio Activity 5
6/10 – 6/14/19 Campus Planning Meeting with ITS
6/10 – 7/26/19 Online • Through LMS E-portfolio Activity 6: Lesson Development
Work on transforming an existing lesson or creating a new lesson that applies conference learning.

GUIDING ACTIVITIES

  • Share/post E Ola & ISTE alignments to transformed lesson based on reflection question and comment
  • Share/post how design thinking / innovation mindsets strategies will be incorporated into the lesson.  Comment on at least two other studentsʻ posts.
  • Formative Assessments activity
  • Summative Assessment activity
6/15 – 7/26/19 Campus Check Point Meeting II – Kōkua with Development and Implementation Planning
7/26/19 Online Lesson Submission
 

HŌʻIKE

Date(s) Location Activity
10/2019 Online • Web-based Meeting Lesson and E-portfolio Class Presentation
E-portfolio Activity 7

 

REQUIRED COMPONENTS FOR SUCCESSFUL COURSE COMPLETION:

  • Attend a virtual or in-person huakaʻi and conference sessions in alignment with their professional learning goal(s)
  • Attend conference keynotes and eight breakout sessions, gallery walk and lunch kūkākūkā
  • Complete and submit conference reflections and comments through online posts
  • Complete online course activities and assignments related to student-centered learning
  • Develop an e-portfolio of their learning that includes posts and reflections of conference course learning & the application of learning into practice experiences and the lesson they develop and implement
  • Work in partnership with IT ETS support staff to develop and implement a lesson related to grade level / content area(s) that incorporate(s) technology integration skills and teaching practices learned at the conference and through online course activities
  • Align lesson student learning objectives to E Ola and ISTE-S
  • Implement the transformed lesson within the first quarter of the school year
  • Present an e-portfolio of their learning at a culminating hōʻike