Technology Integration Framework & Rubric

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  1. Active
  2. Collaborative
  3. Constructive
  4. Authentic
  5. Goal Directed
ActiveStudents are actively engaged in using technology as a tool rather than passively receiving information from the technology.
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The teacher may be the only one actively using technology. This may include using presentation software to support delivery of a lecture. The teacher may also have the students complete "drill and practice" activities on computers to practice basic skills, such as typing. The teacher controls the type of technology and how it is used.  The teacher may be pacing the students through a project, making sure that they each complete each step in the same sequence with the same tool.
The teacher chooses which technology tools to use and when to use them. Because the students are developing a conceptual and procedural knowledge of the technology tools, the teacher does not need to guide students step by step through activities. Instead, the teacher acts as a facilitator toward learning, allowing for greater student engagement with technology tools.
The teacher guides, informs, and contextualizes student choices of technology tools and is flexible and open to student ideas. Lessons are structured so that student use of technology is self-directed.
The teacher serves as a guide, mentor, and model in the use of technology. The Teacher encourages and supports the active engagement of students with technology resources. The teacher facilitates lessons in which students are engaged in higher order learning activities that may not have been possible without the use of technology tools. The teacher helps students locate appropriate resources to support student choices.
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