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					Mobile Technology & Education in the 21st Century



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Agenda

     Watkins Glen Video
     Team Dedicated to Education
     You Gave Them a What
     Benefits
     Mobile Learning Devices
     Applications
     Security
     Services
     Timeline
     Resources
     Testimonials




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Watkins Glen CSD Video




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Watkins Glen CSD Video




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A Dedicated Team




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A Dedicated Team

                      Upstate New York Education Team




        EDTS 24/7/365 Tier 2 Support




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A Dedicated Team
 Michael Makuszak – Manager Business Sales UPNY Education

 Jack Stich – National Account Manager Government

 Dr. Billie Bauman – Education Consultant

 Evette Stenson – Government Business Associate

 Christopher Wright – Government Education Representative

 Stephen Mcconochy – Government Education Representative
 Gino Mastro – Government Education Representative

 Michael Gisondi – Government Education Representative

 Jamie Kucia – Government Education Representative




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A Dedicated Team

              Enterprise Data Technical Support


  Support Highlights

  1.     Help Desk to Help Desk Data Technical Support
  2.     24 x 7 x 365 Support
  3.     Dedicated Toll Free # directly into EDTS
  4.     No phone menu tree to navigate through
  5.     Escalation path into VZW Network Team if required
  6.     Email support available
  7.     Escalation contact information for EDTS Leadership Team
  8.     EDTS Leadership available to meet with customer if needed
  9.     Customer specific EDTS profile storing critical support and contact information
  10.    Reporting available
  11.    Device exchange assistance on VZW branded devices if needed
  12.    Staffed by Expert Level Certified Technicians



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A Dedicated Team



• The philanthropic arm of Verizon Communications.

• Supports the advancement of literacy and K-12 education through its free
  educational Web site, Thinkfinity.org.

• Fosters awareness and prevention of domestic violence.




               www.verizonfoundation.org


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A Dedicated Team

Targets initiatives that leverage technology to advance these issues & outcomes:

• Education and Literacy enhanced educator effectiveness and improve
  student achievement.

• Domestic Violence Prevention increase use of safety strategies, prevent
  violence and improve survivors’ quality of life.

• Internet Safety empower the safe and effective use of technology

• Healthcare / Accessibility increase access to health information, advance
  caregiver effectiveness and improve patient health


                  www.verizonfoundation.org


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A Dedicated Team



It’s your go-to site for thousands of premium lesson plans, interactives, videos,
learning games, a new community site and Professional Development from
education’s experts.

And yes, Thinkfinity.org covers all the core subject areas.

All for FREE.




                 www.verizonfoundation.org


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“You Gave Them a What !?!?”




To enhance the integration of technology into the classroom learning environment.


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Benefits




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Benefits




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Benefits
 • Use 21st century tools to teach 21st century skills

 • Student performance

 • Student motivation

 • Autonomous learning (develops self consciousness, vision, freedom of discussion)

 • Strategic Thinkers

 •Differentiated instruction

 • Available teacher time

 • Attendance

 • Behavior problems


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 Benefits

• VzW, MLDs and your school can be a leader in 21st century teaching & learning.

• Help prepare your students to be productive & prosperous young citizens.

• Mobile Learning Environment turns cell-phones into 21st century tools.

• Students engage in the curriculum.

• Verizon Wireless’ reliable network.

• Provides students in school & at home with content filtered internet access.




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Benefits
 • Promotes ―Self Directed Learning‖ (SDL) with students.

 • SDL by a student is learning that is ―student operated‖.

 • SDL means students are talking, collaborating and problem solving with each
   other without teacher direction for every action.

 • SDL gets the students this gets the kids in to ―inquiry‖ … asking questions and
   solving them.

 • Use of the PDA allows students to lead each other through activities engaging
   in a problem solving / strategic thinking process.

 • Allows teachers to ―Formatively Assess‖ (FA) as students are working.

 • Summative assessment (SA) is a test or project at the end of the lesson that
   summarizes the students learning.


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                                     Benefits
• FA is checking the learning of the student along the way. This allows
  educator to see if the students are acquiring the new learning as they are
  teaching.

• FA is a good diagnostic tool for the teacher to gage student learning

• Allows teachers to use multiple representations (teaching styles) for a lesson
  which then accommodates ―Differentiated Instruction‖ (DI).

• This is why 5th graders are a main focal for a MLD program. They have the
  greatest demand for DL with special populations.

• DI allows the teacher to send out a daily project (lesson) to all students at the
  same time with built in variations for the student receiving that class lesson
  based on that students learning style/abilities.



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                                   Benefits
• Collaborative Learning (CL) allow a student group where each student works on
  a specific and different aspect of that day’s lesson.

• With CL you can use one single device for an entire group.

• CL you can have multiple devices in a group where the students are working on
  the same part of that lesson.

• MLD can expand the learning experience beyond the school; therefore
  Distance Learning is now accomplished.

• MLD with distance learning from home engage the parents to become part of
  the learning experience.

• MLD allows internet access to become available in many homes that don’t have
  this service.


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Mobile Learning Devices (MLDs)




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Mobile Learning Devices (MLDs)

                                  Android
                                    OS
    MiFi
                 LG
               Fathom




    Apple
                                 Samsung
    iPad                           Tab
               Netbook

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New Devices




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Motorola DROID 2 Global

OS                  Android 2.2
Processor           1.2GHz
RAM                 512MB
Internal Memory     8GB
Removable Memory    Up to 32GB MicroSD
Display             3.7” FWVGA (480 x 854)
Camera              5MP, Dual LED Flash
3G Mobile Hotspot   Up to 5 devices




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Motorola Pro Global

OS                  Android 2.2
Processor           1GHz
RAM                 512 MB
Internal Memory     2GB
Removable Memory    Up to 32GB MicroSD
Display             3.1” TFT (320 x 480)
Camera              5MP, Dual LED Flash
3G Mobile Hotspot   Up to 5 devices




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Samsung Galaxy Tab

OS                  Android 2.2
Processor           1GHz
RAM                 512MB
Internal Memory     16GB
Removable Memory    Up to 32GB MicroSD
Display             7” WSVGA (1024 x 600)
Camera              3MP rear, 1.3MP front
3G Mobile Hotspot   Up to 5 devices




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iPad Package

OS                  iOS 3.2.1
Processor           1GHz
RAM                 Not Released
Internal Memory     16GB, 32GB or 64GB
Removable Memory    N/A
Display             9.7 LED (1024 x 768)
Camera              N/A
3G Mobile Hotspot   N/A




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Smartphones




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HTC Droid Incredible


OS                  Froyo v2.2
Processor           1GHz Snapdragon
RAM                 Not Released
Internal Memory     8GB
Removable Memory    32GB
Display             3.7 (480x800)
Camera              8.0 Megapixel
3G Mobile Hotspot   Yes




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Motorola Droid X

OS                  Froyo v2.2
Processor           1GHz Snapdragon
RAM                 512MB
Internal Memory     16GB
Removable Memory    32GB
Display             3.7 (480x800)
Camera              5.0 Megapixel
3G Mobile Hotspot   Yes




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Motorola Droid 2

OS                  Froyo v2.2
Processor           1GHz Snapdragon
RAM                 512MB
Internal Memory     8GB
Removable Memory    32GB
Display             3.7 (480x854)
Camera              5.0 Megapixel
3G Mobile Hotspot   Yes




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Samsung Fascinate

OS                  Froyo v2.2
Processor           1GHz Cortex
RAM                 512MB
Internal Memory     8GB
Removable Memory    32GB
Display             4.0
Camera              5.0 Megapixel
3G Mobile Hotspot   Yes




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BlackBerry Bold

Global             Quad band GSM/GPRS/EDGE
OS                 5.0
RAM                512MB
Internal Memory    2GB
Removable Memory   16GB
Display            2.5 (480x360)
Camera             3.2 Megapixel
WiFi               802.11 b/g/n




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Windows Phone – LG Fathom

OS                 Windows Phone 6.5 Pro
Global             Quad band GSM/GPRS/EDGE
RAM                512MB
Internal Memory    2GB
Removable Memory   16GB
Display            3.2
Camera             3.2 Megapixel
WiFi               802.11 b/g/n




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Mobile Platforms




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Platforms




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Platforms




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Platforms


GoKnow Mobile Learning

Educators have the flexibility, mobility, and power
to transport learning experiences wherever
students go.

Advancing what young people learn and how they
apply it in their daily lives.




                 GoKnow.com


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Platforms

 GoKnow Product Benefits and Features


 MyProjects

 • Organizational structure for project-based learning
 • Allows teachers to easily create projects and activities for students
 • Great for all grade levels and subject areas
 • Teachers can use their existing lesson plans & integrate with the technology
 • Combines GoKnow applications with 3rd party applications such as Microsoft
   Office and eBook readers to create a robust learning environment
 • Easy to use interface




               GoKnow.com


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Platforms
  GoKnow Applications

  Sketchy
   Allows students and teachers to create animations including drawings,
   photographs, and clip art

   Can be used to create presentations to illustrate their learning

  PiCoMap
   Allows students and teachers to create concept maps (graphic organizers)
   Easy to use interface
   Notes feature allows students to add additional information to concepts and
   links to create a more in-depth map

  GoKWL (I Know, I Wonder, I Learned)
   Allows students to document and update learning process
   Teachers can create a vocabulary list to help students focus on
   key words & terms


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Platforms

 Edmodo is the fastest growing K12 social learning network in the world.


 Best described as Twitter for students and teachers.

 In reality though, it’s basically a private micro-blogging service for schools with
 built-in security features that give teachers privacy controls over their virtual
 classrooms.




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Platforms
 Virtual School Supplies

 This new micro-classroom provides social media tools for teachers and students.

 Enables the sharing of notes, links, and files in a modern way.

 Teachers also have the ability to send alerts to students regarding events and
 assignments.

 They will also have the option to post any item to a public time line if they so
 choose.

 A handy calendar is avasilable that keeps everyone in the know about upcoming
 exams and other events and special occasions




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Platforms
Gives teachers the power to integrate technology directly into their instruction
motivating student achievement.

With Toolbox PRO teachers can have/create:

• Student Access via mobile device!
• Teacher & Student Wikis
• Teacher & Student Blogging
• Online Podcasting Tools
• Student/Teacher messaging with attachments
• Student Web Lockers
• Student Assignment Upload
• A public classroom website
• Teacher to Teacher Sharable Desktop
• Online Language Translator
• Media rich assessments and activities with narration*
• Curriculum mapping tools
• Virtual office hours


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Security




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Security

 The Children's Internet Protection Act (CIPA)


 Designed to safeguard children against objectionable or harmful material on
 the internet.
 Directs schools and libraries to have in place a policy of Internet safety and
 a technology-based method of blocking access to visual depictions on the
 Internet that are obscene, child pornography or harmful to minors.




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Security



When implementing a 1:1 technology / education initiative, filtering is an
instrumental component to the success of your concept.


Ensuring a students activity on the internet upholds the acceptable use boundaries
designed, defined and set up by your district regardless of where or how
connectivity takes place.




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Security

                                    Motorola
                                    Droid 2
     MiFi
                   LG
                 Fathom




  USB


            PCMCIA
                          Netbook
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VzW Content Filtering




                   40 Filtering Categories:

                   •   Drugs
                   •   Chat Sites
                   •   Criminals
                   •   Sexual Education
                   •   Hate
                   •   Violence
                   •   Suicide
                   •   Webmail
                   •   Social Networking
                   •   Adult Content
                   •   Alcohol

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3rd Party




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3rd Party



Netsweeper Content Filtering Features

• Identify and block usage of anonymous proxies.
• Block inappropriate content such as pornography, gambling, hate, violence,
   criminal skills, etc.
• Filter and/or block Internet sites with network threats such as spyware,
  phishing and malicious applications.
• Centralized administration for policy management and reporting
• Delegated administration to promote required filtering on a per group basis
• Manage access using role-based permissions – I.e. no one global filtering policy.
• Access logs for monitoring usage




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3rd Party




Netsweeper Content Filtering Features

• On-demand and scheduled reporting
• Safe Search Engine enforcement
• On-demand categorisation technology
• Automated report distribution
• Directory-based Authentication
• Interface compatible with all browsers
• White & Black listing
• Optional laptop filtering on and off network




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3rd Party



Taking control of mobile assets:

• Automatically deploy software real time over any network connection.
• AD integration, device feature control, file system encryption and browser
  lockdown.
• Perform scheduled or ad-hoc file transfer synchronization.
• Centralized administration for policy management and reporting
• Use standard or custom reports to monitor remote operations.
• Automatically identify problem areas with advanced diagnostics & imaging tools.
• Track hardware & software assets.
• Track device repair history, identifying problem / defective units before warranty
  expiration.
• Locate and track mobile assets icluding speeding, location and bread crumbing.




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3rd Party



Extend the Same On-premises Protection to Offsite Users :

This solution enables organizations to ensure consistent policy and robust security
for all users, whether onsite, roaming or at a branch office.

Part Appliance. Part Cloud. All Secure.




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3rd Party



Features:

• Vital Web Security Suite Technologies - block malware at the gateway, maintain
  productivity and ensure compliance.
• Consistent Web Security – for all roaming devices.
• Full Policy Control – managed by the customer.
• Unified Reporting - for all users.
• Full Control – of logging and reporting data.
• Seamless Authentication – of all users.




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 3rd Party

OpenDNS for K-12 Schools

Cloud-Based Web Security for Schools Enabling CIPA Compliance

• Easy-to-use Web content filtering with proxy and anonymizer blocking

• Security: phishing, botnet & malware site protection

• Detailed reporting & alerts

• Whitelist & blacklist

• Instant and scalable solution — no appliance necessary

• Custom block pages

• Administration & management



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Testimonials




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Testimonials


  Using traditional laptop computers for a one-to-one rollout would
  require us to put in wireless networks. However, doing so is too
  expensive, since it would first require that we rewire the district’s 12
  buildings, a daunting and expensive task. Thus, the district would like
  to place MLD s with cellular access in the hands of all students and
  teachers. Not only are MLD s the only way for our district to have
  universal access at a reasonable cost, but they clearly can make a
  significant impact on teaching and learning.

  Sue Tomko, Director of Information Systems at N. Rockland CSD




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Testimonials


  I have to say ―kudos‖ to Verizon because they spent
  hours and hours and days preparing the phones and
  working with teachers. They conducted a two-day
  seminar for the kids as we rolled them out. It was support
  beyond belief. It really was a very successful professional
  development program.

  Tom Phillips, Superintendent at Watkins Glen CSD




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Testimonials


  If you can tie in the Web 2.0 tools and the ability for students to start
  incorporating this device into their homework, in how they’re animating
  things, this is the engagement piece, this is the Holy Grail that everybody is
  going after. This is the device that does that. The ability for these kids to
  animate and write and do research all on one single device—that’s what
  excites them, what gets them going above and beyond what they normally
  do. And that’s what we hear coming back from all these teachers: the type of
  homework, the degree, the comprehensiveness, just that extra effort that
  they’re seeing from the kids using these devices—these are things that 20
  year veteran teachers have never seen before. So this is the device that
  touches the heart of the kids in a way that gets them excited about doing
  their homework and gets them to go above and beyond what they would
  normally do with pen and pencil and even a laptop.

  Lenny Schad, chief information officer, Katy ISD

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Timeline




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Timeline




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Timeline
                        Launching a Concept
The key goal is to learn from its experience and to get as close to the real situation as
possible.

The MLD concept must be realistic to have a positive learning experience for the
students.
                                      Timeline
Multiple teachers involved in a MLD concept yields more experiences and overall a
more successful classroom.

Multiple teachers assist each other by working together collaboratively. Feeding off of
each others experiences and motivating one another.

Multiple MLD classrooms work because each teacher does something differently. So
your district sees a range of curricular materials being influenced by technology.




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Timeline
                            Launching a Concept
   • Select a device.

   • Select Grade levels.

   • Inventory (tag), De-box, load software, customize - 1 day.

   • Approve Tier 2 Enterprise Data Technical Support with Verizon Wireless.

   • Schedule device training – 1 to 2 days.

   • Schedule Professional Development – 2 days.

   • Schedule weekly conference calls with Pilot Team – 20 to 30 minutes.

   • Schedule device roll out to students – 2 days.

   • Introduce to the community.
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Resources




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Resources




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Resources


            Upstate New York Education Team




            EDTS 24/7/365 Tier 2 Support




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