Title IID Workshop PEARLS Grant

Developing Student Leaders to Support a Tech Team


May 20th, 2010
PetridesComplex
715 Ocean Terrace
Staten Island, New York
8:30-3:00




Agenda
-Welcome and Introductions
-Guest Speaker
-Join Student Leaders Tech Team group
-Ice breaker
-Creating a common definition
-Starting a Student Leader Support Team in Your School
-Planning for Your Student Leader Support Team
-Student Leader Support Tech Team Lessons
-Ticketing Information
-Upcoming Events
-Evaluation








Welcome and Introductions


Guest Speaker- John Hutton ( Technology Coach- Cavallaro JHS)

Join

Ice breaker
  • Why start a student leader tech team in your school?
  • Share and post your response on the plppearlsning
Creating a common definition
  • What is a Student Leader Tech Team?





Starting a Student Leader Team In Your School
  • Come up with a plan
  • Develop a common definition of what a student support tech team is at your school
  • Designate a student support team advisor
  • Determing when teams will meet
  • Establish a trouble shooting ticket system
  • Determing services your student support team will provide
  • Think about your student teams goals and benifits
  • Access a bank of lessons
  • How will you recruit students for your tech team?

Planning for Your Student Leader Support Team

Student Leader Support Tech Team Lessons
  • Overview of Student Leader Tech Team Lesson Site

  • Planning for your Student Leader Meetings

Ticketing Information

Sample-MOUSE Squad Help Desk-IS 49

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Upcoming Events


Evaluation

Resources:

Video Tutorials (Microsoft 2007)
Geek Squad
Starting a Student Support Team in Your School
5 Innovative Ideas for Student Teams that Support 21st Century Teaching & Learning
Tech Wizards
iSquad Resources