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Trying to develop teacher buy in for integrating technology? In this episode of Radio TICAL, Dr. John Lincoln White, TICAL cadre member and principal of Mulholland Middle School in Van Nuys, California describes a multi-year effort to enlist his entire staff to integrate technology to engage his "millennial" students in standards-based learning. And it paid off! Since launching the technology effort in 2001, Mulholland has increased 205 API points.
You, too, can motivate the underachiever! The site, provided by undergraduate students at the University of Maine, seeks to provide multimedia products of value and use to educators and education scholars on how to engage all students so they can achieve to high standards. A model is provided for student/teacher relationships, with hands on projects and learning styles. A teaching approach is provided by Foxfire with Problem-Based learning solutions. An article summarizing a study of what underachieving students themselves believe motivate them to learn. See how a theory of meaningful engaged learning begins to emerge. Actual teaching techniques that match what you know about how students learn is reflected through content--optimal learning--solutions. Causes of the underachiever is also provided by the Carnegie Council on Adolescent Development. The MCMEL offers student projects and resources on integrating technology into the curriculum, instructional designs and investigates educational issues around technology as well as other teacher resources.
This Excel® template is designed to help administrators and teachers quickly find an ELR by English-Language Arts standard as well as providing you an easy-to-view representation of the standards. The California Learning Resource Network (CLRN) has gathered several ELRs. All of these have been reviewed for effectiveness and relevance to their appropriate grade level and content standards. This template will help you integrate technology in a standards-based curriculum.
An organization of great diversity, ISTE leads through presenting innovative educational technology books and programs; conducting professional development workshops, forums, and symposia; and researching, evaluating, and disseminating findings regarding educational technology on an international level. ISTE's Web site contains coverage of many topics relevant to the educational technology community. One very outstanding contribution is their ISTE Standards (formerly NETS) for K-12 students. A companion booklet giving sample technology integration K-12 lessons is also available.
Computer security experts at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) developed this guide to help organizations use "forensic" techniques to troubleshoot operational problems, investigate computer security or policy violation incidents, and recover from accidental system damage. The Executive Summary is of value to all administrators and you'll want to pass the full guide along to your technical support staff.
ISTE Standards (formerly the NETS) for Administrators (ISTE Standards•A) are the standards for evaluating the skills and knowledge school administrators and leaders need to support digital age learning, implement technology and transform the education landscape. Transforming schools into digital age places of learning requires leadership from people who can accept new challenges and embrace new opportunities. Now more than ever, the success of technology integration depends on leaders who can implement systemic reform in our schools.
Funded by the U.S. Department of Education, EWIT (Educators’ Website for Information Technology) provides help with strategic planning, assessment, curriculum development, professional development and evaluation. You may also find the searchable database very helpful when looking for information technology career education. It includes current research, reports, publications, latest innovations and trends. Also included are instructional resources such as curriculum and assessment, standards, implementation tools, integrating academics and information technology.
Michael Simkins shares his January 2005 visit to Fort Smith Public Schools in Arkansas where teachers and their students are making some innovative efforts to integrate technology, especially handheld computers, to teach to state standards.
An excellent all-purpose site, CITEd's focus is on integrating instructional technology to achieve high educational standards for all students, with a special emphasis on assistive technologies, differentiated instruction, and effective uses of technology to support students with disabilities or special needs.