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Summer Leadership 2014: Evaluating Technology Integration


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Presentation for Summer Leaderhship Conference.

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Summer Leadership 2014: Evaluating Technology Integration

  1. 1. Monika Davis, Manager of Instructional Technology John Hruby, Professional Learning Facilitator Angela Johnson, Instructional Technology Specialist
  2. 2. The goal of this session is to how to evaluate effective technology integration.
  3. 3. Teaching Interactive Engaging Flexible & Digital Rich “Guide on the Side” Learning Student- Centered Personalized Collaborative Assessmen t Peer- and Self- Reflections Authentic Varied
  4. 4. What makes technology integration effective? 1. Support curricular goals 2. Support key components of learning: – Active Engagement – Participation in Groups – Frequent Interaction and Feedback – Connection to Real-World Experts 3. Enhance instructional practices.
  5. 5. Start with the Curriculum… CC.3.MD.6 Measure areas by counting unit squares (square cm, square m, square in, square ft, and improvised units). Learning Target I can use tiles to show the area of a rectangle.
  6. 6. DIRECT INSTRUCTION Instructor: Angela Johnson DIFFERENTIATED INSTRUCTION Instructor: John Hruby &
  7. 7. • What instructional and assessment strategies did you see? • What technology integration did you see? • Was the technology integration effective or ineffective? • What could have been done differently?
  9. 9. TPACK
  10. 10. SAMR
  11. 11. Understanding teacher’s instructional practices and curricular goals. (Standards, 21CLE) Then, consider teacher’s decision-making with how to use technology.
  12. 12. • Technology Academy Use It! Integrate It! Evaluate It! Courses, PLCs, Webinars, etc. • Technology Integration Evaluation Framework (TKES) • Technology Competency Knowledge is Power!
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