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Technology Lesson Plans Our school would like to increase technology use in the classroom. We created this chart to show teachers how different types of technologies can be used as assessments for students.

We used a scale of 1 to 5, where 5 is the highest, and 1 is the lowest. The labels for the columns are the types of technologies available to our students.

We welcome feedback on this chart. Thank you for this opportunity to share and grow!
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last contribution by dizzymom | posted on 2008-06-17 | 2697 views |
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Interactive - (allows user input and comments) time expenditure (5 = most difficult) technical difficulty (5 = most difficult) dynamic (content can change quickly and often) visually engaging content rich (information easily delivered) student familiarity with technology involved storage space on laptop (5 = requires the most space)
Blogs/Wikis
(files stored on server space)
PowerPoint presentations
3
e-Portfolios
(files stored on server space)
iMovie Projects
5
Podcasts/Vodcasts
3
web sites
(files stored on server space)
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wahyu posted 2008-07-04
websites also gives you a greater degree of freedom.
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wayne54 posted 2008-06-18
o this is sweet! my company was looking for a new platform
to exchange info internally, i will show this to my dir. of
engineering
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dizzymom posted 2008-06-18
Thanks for the advice - it's my first time trying Tablefy!
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wayne54 posted 2008-06-17
are these ratings? Because you can leave 5-star ratings.
Change the dropdown value from Text to Number and put in the
rating and "star".
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