What does good technology integration look like?
One of the biggest barriers to good teaching might be the inability for the practitioner to visualize good teaching. In order to do this, it is extremely helpful for teachers to have models and exemplar to observe and examine.
Chromebook to student ratio
Updates and examples
The New Tech Plan
At the most recent meeting of Curriculum Council, the district’s latest technology plan was approved. This was the first update to the technology plan in nearly 10 years. Much has changed since the last plan was approved in 2012. Here’s a look at what technology integration looks like in 2022 in some particular content areas. Each video is around 1 minute long and can provide insights into the role that technology plays in modern classrooms. I have arranged them by content areas for relevance, but each idea is transferable to other content areas.
Technology integration examples
Creating originals and remixed works
Managing your digital footprint
Seeking feedback to improve practice
Managing personal data to maintain digital privacy
Developing and testing prototypes
Using a deliberate design process
Evaluating the accuracy and perspective of information
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Instructional Technology Coach
Bob Harrison is the secondary Instructional Technology Coach for the Dearborn Public Schools. He has over 23 years of experience teaching science in high school and middle school, and has supported teachers, administrators, and students as the Tech Coach since 2015.
Bob is a member of ISTE and a participant in multiple online professional learning networks of instructional technology specialists. He tweets regularly from @bharrisonEDU, and co-hosts the podcast ArchiTECHs of Learning, available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, and Stitcher.
Contact Bob at firstname.lastname@example.org.