Technology Information Center for Administrative Leadership

 
Tech Tidbits Newsletters

http://www.carlsbadusd.k12.ca.us/techtidbits

Carlsbad Unified School District has been publishing monthly "Tech Tidbits" newsletters to assist teachers in effectively using technology. Each Tech Tidbit is brief (just two pages) and focuses on quick tips with high relevance for staff.
 
Technology and Learning Web Site

http://www.techlearning.com

In this online version of the print magazine, Technology & Learning, you will find articles, webinars, blog posts, and more. I like the site because there is a great deal of general information about a broad range of topics.
 
Technology Counts 2005, Electronic Transfer: Moving Technology Dollars in New Directions

http://www.edweek.org/ew/toc/2005/05/05/index.html

This is the 8th annual Technology Counts report, released by Education Week. This report examines how policy shifts within federal, state, and local agencies, along with changing economic times are impacting technology use in schools. For example, the report explores the increased emphasis on data-management technologies. While the copyright date is 2005, administrators will still find it worth their while to review sections related to policy.
 
Technology is...

http://www.portical.org/blog/technology-is/21.htm

Just what is technology? How would you define it? See several definitions. Add your own definition.
 
Technology Overview at Dwight-Englewood School

http://www.d-e.org/podium/default.aspx?t=131957&rc=0

Looking for a model technology school? Dwight-Englewood School is an independent K-12 school in New Jersey that has developed a comprehensive technology program for all students. Technology is integrated in all content areas. Students use digital video editing, tablet PCs, and presentation software while teachers use the newest forms of technology to make this school a leader in the 21st century.
 
Technology Planning SLD Reference Area

http://www.sl.universalservice.org/apply/step2.asp

The Schools and Libraries Universal Service Program is available to offer support to schools and libraries investing in telecommunications networks and Internet access. A requirement for E-Rate applications is that the school district or library have a detailed technology plan in place. At this site, you will find technology plan policies and procedures that are helpful whether or not you are applying for E-Rate funds.
 
Technology That Works—Past, Present and Future

http://www.portical.org/technologythatworks/

Michael Simkins, Devin Vodicka, and Lisa Gonzales collaborated to write "Leveraging Technology to Transform Our Schools" which appeared in the January-February 2009 issue of ACSA's Leadership magazine. This page lists links to the programs mentioned in the article.
 
Technology Trends: Past, Present, and Future

http://www.portical.org/podcasts/technology-trends-past-present-and-future/58.htm

In 1995, TICAL cadre member Sandra Miller queried a broad range of experts about how, by 2005, technology was likely to affect the content of the school curriculum and the delivery of instruction to students. These thinkers included policy makers, futurists, and educators. Her analysis of what they had to say formed the basis of Sandra’s doctoral dissertation. In this Radio TICAL episode, Sandra shares three of the most important predictions and reflects on the extent to which each has—or has not—come to pass.
 
TED-Ed

http://ed.ted.com

Tools to help educators use online videos to create custom lesson plans, or use lessons developed by others. You can browse by a curriculum subject. TED-Ed You Tube includes videos you can use as is, or change to fit a lesson. There are follow up questions and assignments. Lessons can be "flipped. The site allows anyone to take useful educational videos and create customized lessons around it. TED's commitment to creating "lessons worth sharing" can help teachers and educational leaders meet the needs of 21st century learners. Keywords: Ted Ed, TED, flipped classroom
 
Telecommunications and Technology - CCSESA

http://ccsesa.org/committees/ttsc/

The California County Superintendents Educational Services Association (CCSESA) coordinates various efforts for the state's county superintendents of schools. It's Technology and Telecommunications Steering Committee (TTSC) provides leadership and support in the area of technology and education.
 
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