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Are your students ready for the 21st century
Are your students ready for the 21st century
Are your students ready for the 21st century
Are your students ready for the 21st century
Are your students ready for the 21st century
Are your students ready for the 21st century
Are your students ready for the 21st century
Are your students ready for the 21st century
Are your students ready for the 21st century
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  • 1. Technology Integration<br />Are You Preparing Your Students for the 21st Century?<br />
  • 2. What is Technology Integration?<br />It is “the incorporation of technology and technology-based practices into the daily routines, work, and management of an organization” <br />(Szuba, Rogers, & Malitz, 2005)<br /><ul><li>In Education, it’s the </li></ul>“Total PACKage” <br /><ul><li>(Roblyer, 2005)</li></li></ul><li>The Total PACKage<br />“Teaching requires an intricate combination of content, pedagogy, and technology knowledge” (Roblyer, 2005)<br />http://tpack.org/tpck/images/tpck/a/a1/Tpack-contexts.jpg<br />
  • 3. Student Success<br />By using the “Total PACKage” you are helping prepare your students for the 21st century.<br />The State Educational Technology Directors Association (SETDA) identified three areas technology should be used to improve student learning. <br />1. Use technology comprehensively to develop proficiency in 21st century skills. <br />2. Use technology comprehensively to support innovative teaching and learning. <br />3. Use technology comprehensively to create robust education support systems. <br />(Maximizing the Impact, 2007, p. 3)<br />
  • 4. Technology Will....<br />Foster Creative Problem Solving<br />Foster Group Cooperation<br />Support Learning<br />Allow for Multiple Intelligences<br />Engage Students<br />Help Build Mental Models<br />Remedy Weaknesses<br />Promote Skill Fluency<br />(Roblyer, 2005)<br />
  • 5. Why is Technology So Important?<br />IT’S EVERYWHERE, ALL THE TIME<br />www.frankwbaker.com<br />www.frankwbaker.com<br />www.zdnet.com<br />
  • 6. Conclusion<br />Technology integration is the future of education. By enabling your teachers to use the TPACK model, they will be able to unlock student success. Technology will reach more students in more ways than traditional teaching ever could. <br />
  • 7. Think About It…<br />Technology IS everywhere. <br />Will your students keep up in the 21st century?<br />
  • 8. References<br />Baker, F.W. (2010). Media literacy clearinghouse. Retrieved from<br /> http://www.frankwbaker.com/mediause.htm <br />Maximizing the Impact: "The Pivotal Role of Technology in a 21st Century Education System" (2007).  A <br /> report from the International Society for Technology in Education, The Partnership for 21st Century <br /> Skills, and the State Educational Technology Directors Association.  Retrieved from <br /> http://www.setda.org/web/guest/maximizingimpactreport<br />Nusca, A. (2010, January 20). Study: american kids spend 7.5 hours per day using electronics.<br /> Retrieved from http://www.zdnet.com/blog/btl/study-american-kids-spend-75-hours-per<br /> day-using-electronics/29755<br />Roblyer, M.D. (2005). Integrating educational technology into teaching<br /> (4th edition) . Prentice Hall. <br />Szuba, T., Rogers, A., & Malitz, G. (2005). Forum unified education technology suite . Retrieved from<br /> http://nces.ed.gov/pubs2005/tech_suite/index.asp<br />

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