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1 Summer Institute 2014 Technology Integration Matrix Laurie Kirkland

2 Agenda Connecting to the CEL 5D+ Session Objectives Explaining the purpose and structure of the TIM Exploring the TIM Reflecting on the TIM Continuing Support for the TIM

3 Session 1: Purpose Technology Integration Matrix What is it? The Technology Integration Matrix (TIM) illustrates how teachers can use technology to enhance learning for K-12 students across a continuum using three indicators: student, teacher, and instructional setting What is the purpose of the Technology Integration Matrix? TIM provides: a framework for defining and evaluating technology integration teachers with models of how technology can be integrated into instruction in meaningful ways gives teachers and administrators a common language for setting goals video example lessons  What skills do students need for their futures?  What tools can teachers use to set objectives?

4 CEL 5D+ Purpose Connections P1: Connection to standards, broader purpose and transferable skill ex: authentic attribute P2: Connection to previous and future lessons ex: constructive attribute P5: Success Criteria and performance tasks – ex. goal-oriented attribute

5 Session Objectives and Success Criteria Explore the TIM’s structure and activity examples Reflect on how to implement ideas from the TIM By the end of the session today you should be able to: Explain the structure of the TIM Where to find ideas of how to incorporate technology in meaningful ways

6 TIM - Resources Frequently Used Links SWIFT under Student Tools District Office EDGE Institute Session 1

7 Food for Thought…. How can I use the TIM for helping students obtain the skills they need for their futures? – Collaboration – Managing their own behavior – High cognitive demand – Ownership of their own learning How do I use this tool to help me set my objectives?

8 The Structure of the TIM The Technology Integration Matrix Produced by the Florida Center for Instructional Technology,Florida Center for Instructional Technology College of Education, University of South Florida © attributes of learning environments 5 levels of technology integration – like a continuum The Technology Integration Matrix Produced by the Florida Center for Instructional Technology,Florida Center for Instructional Technology College of Education, University of South Florida ©

9 The Technology Integration Matrix Produced by the Florida Center for Instructional Technology,Florida Center for Instructional Technology College of Education, University of South Florida ©

10 The Technology Integration Matrix Produced by the Florida Center for Instructional Technology,Florida Center for Instructional Technology College of Education, University of South Florida ©

11 The Technology Integration Matrix Produced by the Florida Center for Instructional Technology,Florida Center for Instructional Technology College of Education, University of South Florida ©

12 The Technology Integration Matrix Produced by the Florida Center for Instructional Technology,Florida Center for Instructional Technology College of Education, University of South Florida ©

13 The Technology Integration Matrix Produced by the Florida Center for Instructional Technology,Florida Center for Instructional Technology College of Education, University of South Florida ©

14 The Technology Integration Matrix Produced by the Florida Center for Instructional Technology,Florida Center for Instructional Technology College of Education, University of South Florida ©

15 Exploring the TIM Go to SWIFT Session 1 page Click on the Florida TIM website To get to the specific indicators – click on the arrow in the matrix headings – Active or Entry Notice the different layouts – Three indicators: student, teacher, instructional setting – Where the model videos are – How the continuum chages… Click on one of the video examples

16 Reflecting on the TIM Go to SWIFT site again Click on Teacher Indicators link – Look at the matrix and reflect on your classroom practice Do you have areas of strength and weakness? How could you use this matrix to help set your personal goals with your administrator for next year? Repeat the process with either the Student or the Instructional Setting indicators

17 Discussion With your elbow partner discuss the following question How could you use the TIM to help move you, your PLC, or your staff towards a more student- centered, technology rich environment?

18 Technology Integration Matrix Use the tool to help set your goals for the school year What do you want students to learn and how will you help them get there? CEL 5D+ - Pick a dimension – these will help determine which Matrix of Indicators you will use Curriculum and Pedagogy – teacher indicators Student Engagement – student indicators Classroom Environment and Culture - Instructional Setting Indicators Assessment – all indicators –self evaluation Keep these ideas in mind as you go through the various sessions today – to see how the tools can support your professional growth in the CEL 5D+ framework

19 Resources SWIFT site Florida and Arizona – different video models Go to Florida siteFlorida site – Resources tab – Digital Tools tab – Grade level tab

20 Continuing Support Request school site PD on the TIM and project planning from Technology Integration Check out the PD offerings on Curriculum Center –One to One site Review the sample videos on Florida site (http://fcit.usf.edu/matrix/matrix.php ) and the Arizona site ( )http://fcit.usf.edu/matrix/matrix.phphttp://www.azk12.org/tim/index.php

21 Thank you for coming So you should now be able to: – explain the structure of the TIM – Know where to find ideas of how to incorporate technology in meaningful ways


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