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|A 2018 New York Times article reported “mounting evidence that the growth of online education is hurting a critical group: the less proficient students who are precisely those most in need of skilled classroom teachers.” At the other end of the learning spectrum, can online learning level the AP playing field for rural kids? A panel of experienced educators, all members of the TICAL Cadre, tackled these questions in this recorded conversation.|
|Interested in the "20% Time" concept? Here's a great collection of resources and examples all directed at helping all of us in education inspire, create and innovate! A must-see for any school thinking about doing their own Innovation Day.|
|This is a comprehensive database of products and services for assistive technology. The database is organized in a logical manner based on disabilities and types of products. ABLEDATA provides objective information about assistive technology products and rehabilitation equipment available from domestic and international sources. The site also provides opportunities for users to rate assistive technology products.|
|This website for teachers includes model lessons, downloadable curriculum, and design tools for teachers and administrators from around the world. The Pictures of Practice section shows what happened in actual classrooms when teachers developed new curricula. It includes their theories, activities, samples of student work and reflections. The main headings include: Look at what meaningful teaching and learning look like, Reflect on my teaching practice, Explore Harvard projects, Build and design curriculum, Connect with other teachers, and Learn where to take courses. The site has not been updated since 2002, but much of the material is still relevant today!|
|The TICAL Community, Admin 2.0 is a specific and active example of a robust social networking presence to build professional development resources with the community of School Leaders. Admin 2.0 is linked to the work of TICAL (Technology Information Center for Administrative Leadership). keywords: leadership, administrator, TICAL, social|
|Are you looking for a great resource for technology planning specific to adult education? Look no further. This website developed by Sacramento County Office of Education in conjunction with the University of Michigan provides tools that assess administrator and teacher skills for technology integration and distance teaching.|
|The Alliance for Distance Education in California is a membership association comprised of over 200 professionals who are closely involved in the development of distance learning. ADEC is the only California-based organization that emphasizes cooperation between all segments of education-preschool through university level, lifelong learning, and corporate and industrial training.|
|The National School Boards Association T + L conference brings many shining leaders to share their visions for a 21st century education. One leader from Baltimore County Public Schools was named a 2008 “20 to Watch” honorary— one of 20 emerging leaders in education technology. In this Radio TICAL episode, TICAL’s director, Rowland Baker, got a chance to sit down with Ryan Imbriale, the assistant principal at Perry Hall High School. Ryan shares his triumphs, such as his role in helping to integrate multimedia projects school-wide. He also discusses his concerns with some policies that can inhibit progress.|
|You will find the site very helpful to help teachers and students who are starting video production. A series of short videos can be used individually or in the small group session to assist with a wide range of technology issues related to video production. The source does not specify specific brands but addresses specific issues related to film making. The site provides helpful suggestions for all elements and levels of filmmakers.|
|Anytime Anywhere Learning Foundation (AALF) is an online, non-profit organization that provides resources for districts, schools, leaders, teachers, etc. to support lifelong learning. AALF is focused on integrating technology into students’ lives so that all students become digitally fluent. They provide resources such as consulting, support for one-to-one computer initiatives, educational topics, newsletters, and references for development. This group advocates for all staff members, students, and community members whose goal is to promote universal access to computers and technology.|