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2016-17 Shared Learning Objectives Project Information

 

SLO Meeting at NERIC - March 17, 2017 (1:00-3:00pm), St. Lawrence-Lewis Room

 

A district can choose one of four options:

Option 1 (Web Page Project)       Option 2 (Web-based Inquiry)       Option 3 (Online Course/Module)      Option 4 (Web 2.0/3.0 Tools)


 

OPTION 1:                                                          Web Page Project


Objective
:
Design a project that references the NY State Common Core Learning Standards and follows the SLO Format Sheet-Option 1.  The project will be created as a web page and posted as a web page or link on the NERIC or other Internet Server.  The project can be a lesson plan, activity sheet, or curriculum unit.

 

The following are requirements for this option:

 

a)         The project must include the information outlined on the SLO Format Sheet-Option 1. (also see online examples at http://slo.neric.org/projpage.htm   (District Projects)

 

b)         The project needs to be created as a web page and different from any previously submitted projects.

 

c)         A hard copy of the project, signed by your district superintendent, needs to be received before May 22, 2017.  Please mail to:

 

                        Steve Janover
            Capital Region BOCES
            NERIC
            900 Watervliet-Shaker Road, Suite 102 
            Albany NY 12205

 

d)         The web page version of the project must be uploaded or linked to the NERIC server before May 22, 2017.  The web page files can be uploaded to the NERIC or any Internet-capable server.  If the project does not reside on the NERIC server, the appropriate URL (homepage address) should be indicated on the submitted hardcopy (SLO Format Sheet - Option 1) for the project  This process will be reviewed and detailed at the Fall and Spring SLO meetings.  Assistance will be available during any part of this process.

 


OPTION 2:                                                                Web-based Inquiry

 

Objective: Design a project/activity that correlates your curriculum with the NY State Common Core Learning Standards and integrates the use of the Internet.  This lesson should guide students through an open ended, web-based inquiry.  This guided activity must incorporate links to at least 5 web sites.   Use the SLO Format Sheet - Option 2 to construct your project.  Focus on the lesson Procedure, necessary Resources, Online Assessments and specific Standards you will assess.  Please include any activity sheets/assessments you will use with your students.  The project must be written in web page format and posted as a web page or link on the NERIC or any Internet-capable server. The NERIC will provide a Blackboard account and training to assist teachers with completing this option. 

 

The following are requirements for this option:

 

a)         The project/activity must include the information outlined in the SLO Format Sheet - Option 2.  (also see online examples at http://slo.neric.org/2008-09inquiry.htm (Web-based Inquiry).  You may also access this link by choosing the Project Options button on the SLO Page and then select Option 2 under 2016-2017.

 

b)         The online project/activity must be saved as a web page.

 

c)         The online project/activity can be hosted on the NERIC server or any other Internet server, provided you furnish the appropriate Internet address (URL).

 

d)         A paper copy of the project (lesson and any associated files), signed by your superintendent, needs to be submitted before May 22, 2017.  Please mail to:

 

                        Steve Janover
            Capital Region BOCES
            NERIC
            900 Watervliet-Shaker Road, Suite 102 
            Albany NY 12205

 

e)         The web page version of the project/activity must be uploaded or linked to the NERIC server before May 22, 2017.  The web page files can be uploaded to the NERIC or any Internet-capable server.  If the project/activity does not reside on the NERIC server, the appropriate URL (homepage address) should be indicated on the submitted hardcopy (SLO Format Sheet - Option 2) for the project  This process will be reviewed and detailed at the Fall and Spring SLO meetings.  Assistance will be available during any part of this process.


OPTION 3:                                                    Online Course/Module

 

Objective: Design an online course/module that can be used by your students as a supplement to the class curriculum.  The project should contain the following elements: instructions, pre and post assessments, curricular materials or documents, assignments, and links to relevant online sites.  The appropriate reference to the NY State Common Core State Learning Standards will be made by following the SLO Format Sheet-Option 3The NERIC will provide a Blackboard account and training to assist teachers with completing this option. 

 

            See examples at: https://neric.blackboard.com (Username and Password are rcsdcb)

                                        https://neric.blackboard.com (Username and Password are ss78
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   The following are requirements for this option:

 

a)         The project/activity must include the information outlined in the SLO Format Sheet - Option 3.  (also see online examples at https://neric.blackboard.com  and http://instruct.neric.org/search  You may also access this link by choosing the Project Options button on the SLO Page and then select Option 3 under 2016-2017.

 

b)         The online course/module project must be saved as a web page.

 

c)         The online course/module project can be hosted on the NERIC server or any other Internet server, provided you furnish the appropriate Internet address (URL).

 

d)         A paper copy of the project (and any associated files), signed by your superintendent, needs to be submitted before May 22, 2017.  Please mail to: 

                                   

                        Steve Janover
            Capital Region BOCES
            NERIC
            900 Watervliet-Shaker Road, Suite 102 
            Albany NY 12205

 

e)         The web page version of the online course/module must be uploaded or linked to the NERIC server before May 22, 2017.  This process will be reviewed and detailed at the Fall and Spring SLO meetings.  Assistance will be available during any part of this process.

 


OPTION 4:                                                          Web 2.0/3.0 Tools Project


Objective
:
Design a project that references the NY State Common Core Learning Standards and allows users to interact with other users and/or change site content.  The project will be created using one or more Web 2.0/3.0 Tools, such as artificial intelligence, augmented reality, blogs, wikis, RSS feeds, social networking, social bookmarking, podcasts, QR Codes, video casts, mobile computing, etc.  A publically accessible link to the project needs to be on the NERIC Internet Server.  The project must be one that can be used by your students as a supplement to the class curriculum. 

 

The following are requirements for this option:

 

a)         The project must include the information outlined on the SLO Format Sheet-Option 4. (also see online examples at http://slo.neric.org/projpage.htm   (District Projects)

 

b)         The project needs to contain one or more Web 2.0/3.0 Tools and be publicly accessible.

 

 

c)         A hard copy of the project, signed by your district superintendent, needs to be received before May 22, 2017.  Please mail to:

 

                        Steve Janover
            Capital Region BOCES
            NERIC
            900 Watervliet-Shaker Road, Suite 102 
            Albany NY 12205

 

d)         The Web 2.0 project must be publicly accessible and linked to the NERIC server before May 22, 2017.  This process will be reviewed and detailed at the Fall and Spring SLO meetings.  Assistance will be available during any part of this process.

 


Shared Learning Objectives - Format Sheet - Option 1
Project Format for the 2016-2017 School Year

 

Note: The information below must be included and labeled in your project.

 

District:

School/District Representative:

SLO Project Name:

Authored by:

E-mail:

Homepage address:

Grade Level(s):

Subject Area(s):

Learning context:   

    Actual NYS Common Core Learning Standards Referenced: (taken from SED publication)

Assessments:

Student Outcomes (Exemplars):

Procedure:

    Specific inquiry/activity:

Instructional Modifications:

Time Required:

Resources (materials):

Reflections:


 

Mail a paper copy of your project, signed by your district superintendent, before May 22, 2017, to:

 

                        Steve Janover
            Capital Region BOCES
            NERIC
            900 Watervliet-Shaker Road, Suite 102 
            Albany NY 12205                                                              
 
 


Shared Learning Objectives - Format Sheet - Option 2

Project Format for the 2016-2017 School Year

 

Note: The information below must be included and labeled in your project.


District:

School/District Representative:

SLO Project Name:

Authored by:

E-mail:

Homepage address:

Grade Level(s):

Subject Area(s):

Learning context:   

    Actual NYS Common Core Learning Standards Referenced: (taken from SED publication)

Assessments:

Student Outcomes (Exemplars):

Procedure:

    Specific inquiry/activity:

Instructional Modifications:

Time Required:

Resources (materials):
    Web sites referenced:

Reflections:

 


 

Mail a paper copy of your project, signed by your district superintendent, before May 22, 2017, to:

 

                        Steve Janover
            Capital Region BOCES
            NERIC
            900 Watervliet-Shaker Road, Suite 102 
            Albany NY 12205                             

 


 

          Shared Learning Objectives - Format Sheet - Option 3

     Project Format for the 2016-17 School Year

Note: The information below must be included and labeled in your project.   

District:

School/District Representative:

SLO Project Name:

Authored by:

E-mail:

Homepage address:

Grade Level(s):

Subject Area(s):

Learning context:   

    Actual NYS Common Core Learning Standards Referenced: (taken from SED publication)

Assessments:

Student Outcomes (Exemplars):

Procedure:

    Specific inquiry/activity:

Instructional Modifications:

Time Required:

Resources (materials):

    Web sites referenced:

Reflections:

 


Mail a paper copy of your project, signed by your district superintendent, before May 22, 2017, to:

 

                        Steve Janover
            Capital Region BOCES
            NERIC
            900 Watervliet-Shaker Road, Suite 102 
            Albany NY 12205
                                                      

   


Shared Learning Objectives - Format Sheet - Option 4

Project Format for the 2016-2017 School Year

 

Note: The information below must be included and labeled in your project.


District:

School/District Representative:

SLO Project Name:

Authored by:

E-mail:

Project address:

Grade Level(s):

Subject Area(s):

Learning context:   

    Actual NYS Common Core Learning Standards Referenced: (taken from SED publication)

Assessments:

Student Outcomes (Exemplars):

Procedure:

    Specific inquiry/activity:

Instructional Modifications:

Time Required:

Resources (materials):
    Web 2.0/3.0 Tool(s) used:

Reflections:

 


 

Mail a paper copy of your project, signed by your district superintendent, before May 22, 2017, to:

 

                        Steve Janover
            Capital Region BOCES
            NERIC
            900 Watervliet-Shaker Road, Suite 102 
            Albany NY 12205    

 


Glossary of Terms and Miscellaneous Instructions

(for SLO Project Options)

 

Learning context - NY State Common Core Learning Standards taken from SED publications.

 

Standards - NY State Common Core Learning Standards.  All standards referenced in your project should be written out.  You will need the full-length Standard for whatever curricular area you are referencing.

 

      Example:

English Language Arts Standards Grade 9-10

Production and Distribution of Writing
 

W.9-10.6

Use technology, including the Internet, to produce, publish, and update individual or shared writing products, taking advantage of technology’s capacity to link to other information and to display information flexibly and dynamically.

 

Assessments - the part of your project that explains how you measure student performance.  You will need to describe these.

 

    Example:

1) Successful completion and submission of Observation Recording Forms.

2) Creation of spreadsheet files containing recorded data.

3) Mastery of spreadsheet software and graphs to complete project.

 

Online Assessments - used in Option 2 and 3.  These are the actual quizzes, tests, and worksheets etc., used in the project. These can be links to websites that host or create such assessments, such as www.quia.com, blackboard.neric.org or web pages created with programs that create assessments in HTML or JavaScript code, such as Hot Potatoes and The Quiz Factory

 

Student Outcomes (Exemplars) - the outcome(s) or end-result of your project.  Cite specific examples of what you expect your students to do.

 

    Example:

1) Develops a conclusion based on the analysis of Study/TV time data.

2) Uses activities from home/school - time spent studying and TV watching

                 time.

            3) Use of Observation Recording Forms, creation of line, bar, and stacked

                 bar graphs.

 

Procedure - describe in narrative form what the students and teacher are supposed to do and the interactions among and between both.

 

Instructional Modifications - describe any procedures used to accommodate disabled, LEP (Limited English Proficiency) or bilingual students.

 

Time Required - how long does it take to complete your project or lesson.

 

Resources (materials):- note any materials, software, hardware, web sites etc., necessary to complete your project or lesson.

 

Reflections - offer any personal comments on your project or lesson.  Specifically, why was the lesson developed?  What did you learn from implementing this lesson?  Indicate, any feedback received by your peers, if applicable.