Information and Technology Vision Statement
The School District of Wausaukee will promote an environment which develops life-long learners by incorporating Information and Technology Literacy skills into all aspects of education. These skills will enable learners to effectively interact in an information-driven society and compete in the global community of the 21st century
Information and Technology Plan Goals
- To enable students to become effective, independent users of information and technology.
- To enable teachers to become effective, independent users of information and technology.
- To increase the effective use and integration of information and technology literacy skills in the curriculum so our students develop the 21st century skills they will need.
- To improve Media Center use and services to better facilitate research and projects-based learning.
- To provide adequate system support and leadership to facilitate effective teaching and learning in the areas of information and technology.
Planning for the Future
The new Information and Technology Planning process facilitated by DPI and CESA 8 (Kaye Leitz) is located online via Google Docs.
Information and Technology Integration
Teaching effective search strategies
Technology by Design - plan the educational goals before the technology
Flipping the Classroom and Other Applications
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Instructional videos and practice activities
Edutopia's Resource Round-up
Kevin Honeycutt's Technology Tools page
Technology To-Do Links
Annenberg/ CPB Video on Demand
Wiscnet has partnered with the Annenberg / CPB Foundation and UW Madison DoIT Streaming Media Services to make Annenberg's Video On Demand (VOD) courses available to you direct from your WiscNet network! Annenberg makes a large number of high quality VOD teacher resources available to the public from their web site at http://www.learner.org/ The VOD courses take the form of Microsoft Windows Media Player streaming videos.
Annenberg has worked with a number of local, regional and state networks to create local content mirrors. The way their setup works is that when you select a VOD course to view from the Annenberg site (http://www.learner.org/ ), their site detects that you are on the WiscNet network and redirects your request to the WiscNet content mirror. You then receive the video stream you selected from WiscNet's content mirror.
The benefit to you of WiscNet hosting an Annenberg content is that when you view an Annenberg VOD course your stream is coming to you directly from the WiscNet backbone, NOT from the Internet!
Access the Annenberg VOD courses externally.