Technology Innovation Design Team

December 10, 2015

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Innovation Team Purpose

Innovation Design Teams are catalysts for change. Teams are comprised of various stakeholders to assess district systems and processes and collaborate to design new solutions that impact the district, campus, and classroom level. Innovation Design Teams are intended to create an effective, agile and responsive organization to enhance the AISD urban school experience. Innovation Design Teams all have different goals and outcomes as well as different time frames. Therefore some teams’ work may be short term, long term, or ongoing. As needs arise new teams will be formed.



Innovation Design Teams meet at minimum once a month. However upon initiation, teams may meet more often to expedite the work. Each team is comprised of a lead, multiple district team representatives, campus leadership, and community stakeholders.

TECHNOLOGY innovation Design Team Purpose

  • evaluate the systems and processes for supporting the technology deployment of student devices

  • create the professional learning plan to support flexible and personalized learning
  • support the implementation of a transformative technology measurement system aligned to the Strategic Plan
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What stood out. . .

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The Architecture

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The Context

The Learning Theory

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Model for Equity

The Professional Learning Plan calls for experiences to. . .

  • be ongoing, personalized, and just-in-time.

  • be grounded in the appropriate mindset - educators need a growth mindset with regard to both technology and pedagogy to ensure that the application and use of technology that is informed by sound instructional practices.

  • keep educators up-to-date and adequately prepared to use technology tools and digital materials.

  • include support for educators to harness technology to examine data and analyze student learning outcomes to better plan, improve, and differentiate.

  • prepare educators to create and maintain flexible, learner-centered, and tech-infused learning environments.

  • promote innovation and collaboration with other educators, content experts, students, and a local and global community of learners.

  • model specific examples of transformative integration across curricular areas.

  • allow educators time to design and iterate meaningful learning experiences.

  • promote educators and students as evaluators and curators of the best new and emerging technology for effective and transformative use.
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Progression of Learning

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Closing

  • What happens now?
  • Decide on our next meeting date (January. . .)
  • March
  • October