I teach, therefore you learn... or do you?




Morning Schedule
Afternoon Schedule

8:30
12:15
Welcome - Discussion/Logistics
9:00
12:45
Technology Integration Matrix
9:30
1:15
Video as a Teaching Tool - Sophia
10:00
1:45
Project and Lesson Creation:Individual and Small Group
11:15
3:00
Sharing/Wrap Up

Discussion Points

  • What are the strengths of the laptops for teaching and learning?
  • Which tools on the laptops support integration in your classes?
  • Which tools do you still need or want training on?
  • During what percentage of your classes have students been using laptops?
  • Did that change over the course of the year?
  • Challenges?
  • What are some additional types of support students or teachers need?
  • End of year: When will 8th grade students finish with their laptops? Damage to laptops - tied to graduation?

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Technology Integration Matrix

The Technology Integration Matrix is from the Florida Center for Instructional Technology at the University of Southern Florida
Evaluate your level of technology integration along the matrix - where do you fall?
This website also contains useful videos and descriptors for the student, teacher, and learning environment
Technology Integration Matrix document (for Laura M.): see here

Video as an Instructional Tool

Sophia Website - teacher-created videos; also allows you to upload or create your own videos, create playlists, share with students, etc.
Mathtrain - Student-created videos online
How effective is the one-size fits all lecture?
Making your own videos with the Document Camera

Research Tools


Sweet Search-- search engine of evaluated online resources
Finding Dulcinea -- web guide for educators
Scoop.it! -- magazine like place to curate your resources
Ambiently -- find similar websites
Library of Congress -- the place to go for primary source documents

Math Site
Real World Math