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Field Experience Log & Reflection


Instructional Technology Department
Candidate:

Mentor/Title:

School/District:

Nadia Williams

Ashley Morris/Academic Coach

East Cobb Middle School/


Cobb County School District

Field Experience/Assignment: Course:

Professor/Semester:

One Hour Technology Workshop

Joe Crawford/Spring 2015

ITEC 7460 PL & Tech Innovation

Part I: Log
Date(s)

Activity/Time

STATE Standards
PSC

NATIONAL Standards
ISTE NETS-C

SAMPLE
3/13/2015

SAMPLE
Completed initial research on needed optional
professional development [3 hours]
Conducted research on best delivery methods for
workshop [4 hours]
Created initial site plan, layout, and design of
workshop website. [8 hours]
Refined workshop website, created handouts [7
hours]
Sent out the initial website information and
received initial feedback [over 3 hours]
In-person workshop [1 hours]

SAMPLE
PSC 2.6, 3.1

SAMPLE
ISTE 2f, 3d, 5c

PSC 2.1, 2.5,

ISTE 2a, 2e, 2f

PSC 2.1, 2.3, 2.6, 3.6, 4.2, 4.3,


2.6, 3.4
PSC 3.3, 3.5, 4.1, 6.1

ISTE 2a, 2c, 2f, 3f, 5b, 5c


ISTE 3c, 3e, 5b, 5c, 6a, 6b

PSC 3.1, 3.2, 3.7, 6.3

ISTE 3a, 3b, 3e, 5a

PSC 2.6, 2.7

ISTE 2f, 2g

3/15/2015
3/18/2015
3/23/2015
3/25/2015
4/1/2015

Total Hours: [30 hours ]

DIVERSITY
(Place an X in the box representing the race/ethnicity and subgroups involved in this field experience.)

Ethnicity

P-12 Faculty/Staff
P-2

Race/Ethnicity:
Asian
Black
Hispanic

3-5

6-8
x
x
x

Native American/Alaskan Native

White
Multiracial
Subgroups:
Students with Disabilities
Limited English Proficiency
Eligible for Free/Reduced
Meals

x
x

P-12 Students
9-12

P-2

3-5

6-8

9-12

Part II: Reflection

CANDIDATE REFLECTIONS:
(Minimum of 3-4 sentences per question)

1. Briefly describe the field experience. What did you learn about technology facilitation and
leadership from completing this field experience?
In this experience, I researched, developed, and conducted a one-hour technology workshop for
my colleagues. Though I have conducted such workshops before, this particular experience
allowed me to explore presenting what knowledge I had to share in a different manner. In this
instance, I challenged myself by presenting it as online modules.
2. How did this learning relate to the knowledge (what must you know), skills (what must you
be able to do) and dispositions (attitudes, beliefs, enthusiasm) required of a technology
facilitator or technology leader? (Refer to the standards you selected in Part I. Use the
language of the PSC standards in your answer and reflect on all 3knowledge, skills, and
dispositions.)
This learning required me to evaluate the manner in which information should be presented for
busy individuals. Furthermore, it forced me to do that which I had always wanted for other
professional development sessions to do: differentiate for every learner. By presenting this in an
online format as well as a face-to-face format, I was able to allow the participants to work at their
own level. This appeared to heighten engagement, as accelerated learners (and busy learners) were
able to work on what they wanted to at what point they wanted to work on it.
3. Describe how this field experience impacted school improvement, faculty development or
student learning at your school. How can the impact be assessed?
While I do not know of the lasting impact of this experience, I did see, through the presented
feedback, that my colleagues really appreciated the time taken to make it accessible to different
levels of technology learners. That said, further evaluation of the lasting impact could be
evaluated by regular dialogues with colleagues, and by offering interest inventories for future
offerings so that the upcoming professional development sessions could already be tailored to the
interests of the faculty and staff.