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  • Can use Smartboard**Resources for narrowing the gap**Narrowing the gap for “use”: http://qedfoundation.org/narrowing-the-digital-divide-between-high-and-low-income-students/
  • Can use Smartboard**Resources for narrowing the gap**Narrowing the gap for “use”: http://qedfoundation.org/narrowing-the-digital-divide-between-high-and-low-income-students/
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    • 1. SOLUTIONS? LETS BRAINSTORM! • • How can YOU as teachers bridge the digital divide? How can teachers make good educational use of existing technology in their classroom? EDUC W200 Week 15
    • 2. ACCESS EDUC W200 Week 15 VS. USE
    • 3. ACCESS • VS. • Access to Devices • USE Bring Your Own Device • 0:00 – 3:03 • • • • Mobile access Applying for Grants Collaborate with community • • Library access the educational researchers at the nearby universities EDUC W200 Week 15 Mindful of student’s digital literacy and potential inequities Potential use of OER Vs Proprietary Education Resources We cannot solve all/most/many of these problems alone, but we can try what we can with what we have! • • Keep looking for the best tools (using the 3 E’s and other approaches) SMART Technology!  TIP#15
    • 4. APPLYING FOR GRANTS • “It is good to understand technology, but we also must be prepared for its absence” • Donors Choose • Grant Wrangler • K-12 School Grants EDUC W200 Week 15
    • 5. GRANT WRITING • Tips from o National Education Association o Scholastic.com • What do Winning Proposals Have In Common? • Index to Sample Proposals EDUC W200 Week 15
    • 6. ARE THESE YOUR THOUGHTS? Technology won’t work for early childhood… • “I think it would stop the children from learning how to read and write on their own” • “Students are not skilled at working with the technology yet” EDUC W200 Week 15 • Early childhood literacy • Smartboard activities • iPads in Kindergarten • 3 yr-old learns to spell

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