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Strategies for integrating technology into the classroom

Strategies for integrating technology into the classroom

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  • Strategies for IntegratingTechnology in the Classroom
  • Benefits of TechnologyIntegration
    • Higher scores on standardized tests
    • Students are more engaged and motivated
    • Promoteshigherlevelcriticalthinking
    • Improves communication and interpersonalskills
    • Allows for differentiation in the classroom
    • Preparesstudents for the real world
  • ChooseLearning Objective
    • Technology in and of itself has no inherentsignificance in increasingstudentachievement.
    • Researchindicatesthatusingtechnologydesigned to focus on a specificlearning objective increasesstudentachievement.
  • Analyze Learners
    • Make-up of the class
    • Age / Grade Level
    • Gender
    • Socioeconomic & Cultural factors
    • Learning Styles
    • Prior Knowledge
  • Select InstructionalStrategies
    • Teacher-CenteredStrategies
    • How to introduce the concept
    • How to demonstrate the concept
    • How to assess the learning
    • Student-CenteredStrategies
    • Activitiesthat engage the students in learning
  • ChooseTechnology Application
    • Consider the goal:
    • Gain Knowledge
    • PresentKnowledgeCreatively
    • Practice Skills
    • Interactive environment for students to collaborate
  • WhatMakesTechnology Applications Successful?
    • Easy to Use
    • Engages the Learner
    • Can beadapted for differentiated instruction
    • Learning canbeeasilyassessed/measured
  • LessonPreparation & Implementation
    • Preview the Technology
    • Practice Using the Application
    • Prepare the MaterialsNeeded
    • Organize and Set up the Environment
    • Prepare the Learners
    • Teach the Lesson
  • Assessment & Evaluation
    • Assessstudentlearningbefore, during and afterlesson.
    • Obtain feedback fromstudents.
    • Evaluate and reviselessonbased on assessment and feedback.
  • References
    CEO Forum on Education and Technology. (June 2001). Key building blocks for student achievement in the 21st century: Assessment, alignment, accountability, access, and analysis. Retrieved June 18, 2010, from http://www.ceoforum.org/downloads/report4.pdf
    Dexter, S. (2002). eTips - Educational technology integration and implementation principles. Retrieved June 18, 2010 from http://sdexter.net/Vitae/papers/etips.pdf
    Rosenfeld, E. & Loertscher, D.V. (Eds.). (2007). Toward a 21st-century school library media program. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, Inc..
    Smaldino, S.E., Lowther, D.L., Russell, J.D. (2008). Instructionaltechnology and media for learning(9th ed.). UpperSaddle River, NJ: Pearson Merrill Prentice Hall.