Do you integrate technology in your class, tutorials, program(s) or school(s)? If so why?
Submitted by David J. Rosen on March 26, 2018 - 8:19am
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Teachers or tutors and program, school, or state administrators,
1) Do you integrate technology in your class(es), tutorials, program(s) or school(s)?
2) If so, what are the benefits of integrating technology? What problem(s) has integrating technology addressed, what improvements has this made in what you provide to adult learners, in the instruction you provide, in the professional development you receive, or in the administration of your program(s) or schools(s)?
There are a variety of ways to answer these questions: a phrase such as "improved vocabulary", "learner confidence and competence" "measurable or observable learning gains" or something else; a story of something that happened with your students that convinced you of the value of integrating technology; a link to something you have written or published about this; a video you have made, or something else that answers these questions.
Why answer these questions? Because they are fundamental to your, and our, understanding of why practitioners in adult basic skills education (including ESOL/ESL) have integrated technology in small ways or big ways, because this is important information that we as a community need to share with each other and discuss.
I eagerly await your reply.
David J. Rosen, Moderator
LINCS CoP Integrating Technology and Program Management groups