What does "Integrating Technology" mean?
Submitted by David J. Rosen on August 12, 2018 - 8:40am
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Hello Integrating Technology colleagues,
What does" Integrating Technology in adult basic skills instruction" mean to you in 2018?
Are you integrating technology in your teaching practice if:
- Your program has a computer lab and your students go there once a week, or more regularly, to use a computer-assisted instruction program?
- Students in your classes bring their smartphones to class and you -- and they -- use them regularly for instruction, research, practice, assessment or other education purposes?
- Your program -- and perhaps your classroom -- has an interactive videoconferencing system or real-time distance learning system that enables your students to take a class online together in real time with other adult basic skills students who are in your state, or across the country?
- All of the above?
- None of the above?
- Something else?
What essential characteristics define good practice of of "integrating technology" for you?
David J. Rosen, Moderator
LINCS CoP Integrating Technology Group