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Overcoming Technology Resistance

Tips4Teachers & Techs

Derek Atchison

on 19 February 2012

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Transcript of Overcoming Technology Resistance

Overcoming Technology Resistance Risk Continuum Incremental Change
Low cost
Low risk
Low time

4. Show what works!


Provide incentives for completion of tech tool training or mastery of a tool

5. Just-in-Time Support
Provide 1:1 training when possible
Survey teacher needs
Let teachers choose PD topics
Hands-on training 6. Foster an atmosphere of sharing
Partner teachers
Share TEL lessons
Share web 2.0 resources
Professional Learning Community
9. Provide Learning Incentives

Classroom Technology Award
Traveling trophy
Best use/most innovative/most creative
Monthly competitions
Teacher & student awards . Lead by example:
Go paperless!
Relative advantage
Teacher-led training
Teach them how to fish the waters of technology! 8. Share innovative teaching approaches

How to Develop a Technology Ninja

The Evolution of Education and Technology (1960-1977)
1960- Gagne introduces 9 Events of Instruction
1965- universities adopt computers
1968- Atkinson & Shiffrin introduce Info-Processing Theory
1969- First man on moon
1971- Computer Assisted Instruction developed; School House Rock first airs
1973- Bruner introduces Discovery Learning
1977- microcomputers enter schools and classrooms

http://www.timetoast.com/timelines/106497 2. Provide a Technology Integration Plan (TIP)

1. Determine lesson objective and assessment
2. Decide what technology will support learning
3. Design integration strategies
4. Prepare the instructional environment
5. Revise instructional and integration strategies http://www.edutopia.org/ 3.Share what works! 10. Help teachers learn to present lessons using a variety of modalities T3- Technology takes time. Increased tech skills=fluid lesson presentation #cpstt Weakness Threats Strengths New Opportunities ? 1. Begin with small steps The Evolution of Education and Technology (1916-1959)
1916- Dewey introduces Social Activist Theory
1923- television invented
1926- Vygotsky introduces Scaffolding Theory
1934- Piaget introduces Cognitive Development Theory
1953- Skinner introduces Behaviorist Theories
1959- first computer used to teach binary math


The Evolution of Education and Technology (1981-2007)
1981- Gardner introduces Introduces Multiple Intelligences Theory
1986- ILS call for integrated learning
1994- WWW is born
1998- ISTE created educational technology standards
2000- Internet used widely in schools
2007- new ISTE standards developed for students, teachers, admin

http://www.timetoast.com/timelines/106497 7. Introduce teachers to wikis How to Develop a Technology Ninja 1.Introduce teachers to technology tools & terms incrementally
2. Introduce TIP for lesson design
3. Share external ed tech resources
4. Provide videos that demonstrate tech integration
5. Provide 'instructional' support
6. Develop a Professional Learning Communiity
7. Grow wiki experts!
8. Share innovations & innovative strategies
9. Learning incentives & rewards
10. Encourage teachers to use a variety of tools in their lessons Use the Concerns-Based Adoption Model (CBAM) to
learn about teacher concerns related to the innovation http://www.sedl.org/cbam/videos.cgi?movie=Intro
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