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This blog is one of many tools for keeping staff informed of technology changes, resources, teaching tools, and more . . .

Please use the Search box in the upper right to find documents and resources. For example, try “powerpoint” to find help files for using slide show software.

About OUR Vision:

First, an article . . . “Good Teaching Trumps Good Tools,” by William Ferriter

Second, how we are putting ideas together.

What does technology integration look like for staff?

What does it look like for students?

Take a look at King Middle School in Maine:

  • Learning drives the school day
  • The tools are secondary to the learning
  • The students are working outside of the school
  • The work has an audience outside of the school

An interesting experiment from Sugata Mitra

What does it look like for administrators?

Where to find more information and ideas?

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