• Situation: Effective use of technology is essential for teaching and learning in a global, digital age.
  • Problem: Many teachers do not know how to design and support technology-rich learning environments.

  • Solution: Coaching, combined with communities of learning, is a highly effective job-embedded professional development model.

  • Result: Teachers experience technology as an effective tool for professional learning and develop the skills to powerfully use technology to improve student learning.
from:  http://www.iste.org/learn/coaching-white-paper

To download the entire report..........

March 19th Panel Discussion

Andrew Jervis
Educational Technology Systems Coordinator
Westerly Public Schools

Westerly Educational Technology Systems Coord - Job Descrip.pdf

Westerly - Technical Support Liaison - Job Description.pdf

Westerly Bring Your Own Device Policy 2302 Adopted 6-5-2013.pdf

Darshell Silva
Librarian and Technology Integrator
Rocky Hill School
East Greenwich, RI 02818

Jen Thomas
Library Media Specialist
Dighton-Rehoboth Regional High School
North Dighton, MA.

My school library's site: https://spreadyoursearch.weebly.com
Smore Flyer for teachers: https://www.smore.com/09k7
LibGuide for Digital Literacy course I designed and taught at Bishop Stang: http://bishopstang.libguides.com/digilit
Digital Literacy curriculum (AASL/ISTE/ELA CC standards-alligned): http://goo.gl/hgx0e4
URI Summer Institute in Digital Literacy: http://mediaeducationlab.com/summer-institute-digital-literacy
Common Sense Media 1:1 Essentials Program:  http://www.commonsensemedia.org/educators/1to1

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