Monday, April 7, 2008

Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works

In answering the question, Why Technology? Roxanne Everhard made the statistics from Marzano’s work easy to understand and builds a case for reading and using the texts: What Works in Schools, Classroom Instruction that Works, Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works. From her experience, Roxanne explains to us “Our students and children these days demand technology, they don’t just want it, they demand it.” From Survey Monkey,,, Wikispaces, to blogs, Roxanne leads us through some Web 2.0 technologies. For more information on Using Classroom Instruction that Works, sign up for the online graduate course at ESA 6 or TIE. You can also call the TIE office or email Roxanne Everhard or Jackie Jessop Rising for more informaiton.


Anonymous said...

I am currently taking the class "Using Technology with Classroom Instruction That Works". I am getting a lot of new ideas on how to integrate technology so that is meaningful and not just using technology to say that I am using it in my classroom.

Thanks TIE for the opportunity for these classes.


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