Presentation on theme: "Alabama Technology Course Of Study (TECOS) TRAINING WORKSHOP 2007-08 Courtesy of the Madison County Board Of Education Instructional Technology Department."— Presentation transcript:
Alabama Technology Course Of Study (TECOS) TRAINING WORKSHOP Courtesy of the Madison County Board Of Education Instructional Technology Department Presenter: Debbe Brooks
What is TECOS? TECOS is the acronym for the Alabama State Course of Study for Technology TECOS training is designed to make new teachers aware of available resources and lesson plans to help in making sure the technology course of study is included when planning lessons for students.
WHY TECOS? Federally mandated (NCLB) State mandated (Technology Course of Study-2004) Help meet PEPE standards Documentation of Implementation forms required for end of year checkout will be requested during state monitoring sessions You and your students will benefit from the lessons provided
Navigating the MCBOE TECOS Web Site
Select Your Grade Level
Choose Your Objectives/Lessons
Who is Responsible? When lessons are taught in the computer lab, the classroom teacher is responsible for teaching the lessons that cover the objectives. The computer proctor/aide is to assist when needed and help with any technical problems that might occur in the lab.
keep your checklist updated and ready to turn in when you check out the last day of school. Remember to,…
Accessing Lessons MCBOE TECOS WEBSITE ALEX: hp hp NetTrekker:
Check out our TECOS Blog Using TECOS in the Classroom? This blog has been created to showcase TECOS lessons and to share ideas and encourage the use of the technology objectives in the classroom. Check it out and leave your TECOS ideas and thoughts as comments. spot.com/ spot.com/
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