Sep 22 tech intergration - support and setup Mikey McKillip

Some thoughts on setting up a technology integration program - creating a Scope and Sequence for teachers and students.

As the school year started, I asked myself the following questions: ‘How will teachers assess student learning outcomes with integrating and embedding technology into the curriculum? What local (school building and district) and global (other schools and other districts and other educational links around the globe) resources should be considered? How can I create a program that is meaningful for our building (teachers, students, administrators), our local community (parents and families) and our global community?’ 

As I paused to consider these questions I found them a bit daunting. I started conversations with colleagues locally and communicating with others though various online learning and teaching communities. I looked to ISTE/NECC for some answers as well. 
ISTE/NECC has updated the technology “standards” in 2007. These standards helped me to create the current Scope and Sequence we are using this year at our school. These standards also became the basis for our program specific teacher assessment and student self-assessment of explicit technology skills. 
ISTE's National Educational Technology Standards (NETS)
SCIS Grade Level Tech Scope and Sequence 2008
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Technology Scope and Sequence Continuum 2008
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