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What is Technology Integration?

Introduction to Basic Concepts and steps to Technology Integration. Teacher Training In-Service; Co-Cathedral, St Joseph MO; 1-17-11

Brenda Doucette

on 8 July 2011

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Transcript of What is Technology Integration?

Technology Integration? 20th Century
Education 21st Century Education Principles Technology & Learning
Spectrum Interaction:
(some Collaboration) Assessment:
(Some Formative) Teacher-centric Learning Focus:
(Some Process) Think Skills:
Lower Order Bloom’s Remember Understand Apply Student- Centric Assesment:
Summative Interaction:
(Some individual) Learning Focus:
Embeded Content Think Skills;
Higher Order Analysis Evaluation Creativity Technology is important. All involved must believe
that technology is an important
part of the educational process. Technology involves more than computers. Remember that many other
technology resources can be used
to enhance educational practices. There’s no such thing as failure. Sometimes projects have unexpected outcomes,
treat them as “teachable moments” that can provide
insight into how future technology projects can succeed. Support has to come from the top down
and from the bottom up
from the onset of any plan. If it works, make it work better. If things are going well, don’t rest on your laurels.
There’s always room for improvement Source:
http://www.edtechmag.com/k12/issues/september-october-2006/five-steps-to-tech-integr.html Source:
http://edorigami.edublogs.org/2010/10/02/comparing-20th-and-21st-century-educational-paradigms/ Source:
http://edorigami.edublogs.org/2010/10/02/comparing-20th-and-21st-century-educational-paradigms/ Decision Time • Define technology needs
• Set realistic goals and outcome indicators
• Outline strategies and activities that will be part of the integration process.
• Develop a plan to assess your efforts.
• Address needed resource requirements. Collaboration Time everyone involved
must know what is going on
at all times. Honesty Time 3 Essential Questions 1. Can we maintain what we started? 2. Does the outcome of the initiative
align with the goals? 3. Is the benefit worth the sacrifice? Source:
http://www.bjpconsulting.com/files/GA%20SpectrumTable.pdf http://web20guru.wikispaces.com/Web+2.0+Resources What is Technology Integration?
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