How to Ensure Teachers Use the Technology Your School Has Invested In
Download this free Special Report - How to Ensure Technology Gets Used in Your K-12 School. In this case study, an instructional technology coordinator reveals how he approaches training teachers on classroom A/V and interactive smart boards and how he created enthusiasm around new technology. Kenmore was named, “Smart Showcase School of the Year," and four of the school’s teachers “Smart Exemplary Educators." Eliminate reasons for teachers to not use technology, create peer-assisted training and enable ongoing professional development. Identifying natural leaders and develop a network of knowledge.
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Download this free Special Report - How to Ensure Technology Gets Used in Your School
In this case study, Arlington, Virginia’s Kenmore Middle School’s, instructional technology coordinator reveals how he approaches training teachers on how to use interactive smart boards and classroom A/V and how he created enthusiasm around new technology. In 2011, Kenmore was named, “Smart Showcase School of the Year,” and four of the school’s teachers named, “Smart Exemplary Educators.”
Here’s what you will learn from this special report:
- Understanding the fragile relationship between teachers and teaching technology
- Eliminating reasons for teachers to not use technology
- Eliminating learning bottlenecks
- Peer-assisted training
- Ongoing professional development
- Identifying natural leaders
- Developing a network of knowledge
- Plan for today and the future
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