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Technology Integration @ Southpointe

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Derek Cutler

on 22 October 2013

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Transcript of Technology Integration @ Southpointe

One theme that has emerged from the research to date is that simply adding technology to K-12 environments does not necessarily improve learning.

"Any teacher that can be replaced by
technology deserves to be."

Technology Integration @ Southpointe
Active Engagement
Google Apps for Education
Idea 4
Looking Forward...
Uniform integration of technology into the classroom
Building positive digital citizens
Adding to our resources and offering workshops
Garnering feedback from all stakeholders
Shift Happens - The World is Changing
The Top 10 in-demand jobs of 2010 did not exist in 2004.

We are preparing students for jobs that don't yet exist.
Educational Technology Specialists
Steve Hilton - Junior School

B. Ed. in Art Education
25 years of private school teaching; 13 of which are here at Southpointe
Using technology in the classroom since the 80's
Taught in Kenya, India and Japan

Derek Cutler -Senior School

M.Ed. in International Education & B. Ed. in Evolutionary Ecology
Taught various Science courses in Honduras, Korea and Japan using a Blended Learning Model
Physics Teacher for the Canadian Online High School
Students must be taught how to evaluate information that they find on the internet
How Can Technology Help?
Review of the literature finds that successful technology integration generally involves three key principles:

1) Active engagement
2) Frequent interaction & feedback
3) Connection to the real world
Interaction & Feedback
Blended Learning - Kwan, Cutler & Antrobus
Connections to the Real World
Digital Learning Commons
Athletics Website - McCall
In the Junior School
Remixing Shakespeare - McMartin
Peer Evaluations - Hilton
Revision Tracking - McMartin, Domansky & Cutler
Collaborative Rubrics - Levitt
Websites & Social Media
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