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Integrating Technology in the Classroom

As a teacher candidate, it is important to know what technology is available in the classroom.

  • Ask your collaborating teacher to give you a "technology tour" at your school so that you know what you have access to.  This should include introductions to the school or district technology specialist, a quick overview of the technology hardware and software available for checkout, and the Acceptable Use Policy or Responsible Use Policy that is in place at the school.
  • Be sure to ask how often students have access to technology and what their skill level is so that you can plan appropriately.
  • Remember that technology is a tool and not all projects or lessons need to have a technology component in them.
  • Plan ahead.  Ask for the equipment that you need before you need it.  Test the equipment or software and run through the lesson before you teach it.
  • Have a backup plan in case the technology does not work that day.

Ideas for integration

If you are planning to integrate technology into your lesson, let the ITC help. We have some items you can check out to use in the classrooms.
Here are some  General Technology Integration Ideas to get you started.

Educational Technology Blogs and Web Sites

Technology Standards

Counseling Resources


Other Resources

Art

Assistive Technology Ideas/ Sites

English Language Learners

iPads in the Classroom

Science K-12

Biology 9th-12th

Dance

English

Math

Modern Languages

Music

Physical Education

Resources for Teachers

Social Studies

Special Education Mild

Special Education Severe

Theatre

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