a roadmap to successful
Students have access to
more technology earlier in
life depending on the
family environment and
Questions to consider
What is my overall vision?
Why consider tech as a regular part of
How will instruction and learning change?
How will students access tech at home?
How will assessment change?
What devices work best?
Will the wireless network infrastructure
handle increased capacity?
Who needs to be on board to
accomplish my goals?
How will I inform admin and
parents of progress?
What role will blended learning
or flipped learning play?
What device will be best?
What apps or sites will be
What constraints need
To be fu l
Create a vision - know
what you want your
classroom to look,
sound, and feel like.
Formulate a clear integration
plan for the school year, unit,
or lessons and follow it.
Work with key people including
technology director, curriculum
director, administration, and
colleagues, students, and parents.
Implement your class vision and
technology plan on day 1. Push
forward despite constraints.
Communicate often with key
personnel and families.
Integrating technology starts with the vision
of the educator - what does learning look,
sound, and feel like in the classroom.
Collaborate with key school personnel and
involve families as stakeholders.
Reﬂect often. Determine what is working
and what is not. Make changes. Take risks.
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