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The Importance of Change Management in Facilitating Instructional Technology Adoption

August 31, 2014

While Technology Continues to Evolve, the “Concerns Based Adoption Model” Remains as Relevant Today as it was in 1987 I recently read a great article about supporting technology integration in schools by Dr. Salvatore Corda. Corda is a Board Member at The College of Westchester and an Associate Professor in the Department of Educational Leadership […]

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Education and Instructional Technology Tweet Wrap for the Week of 08-25-14

August 30, 2014

This week’s collection of inspiring, informative, useful, or just plain fun tweets about education and instructional technology articles, resources, etc. (Originally posted on Twitter by @EmergingEdTech over this past week … collected here to share with our blog readers). This week … a pep talk for teachers from the awesome ‘Kid President’, first impressions of […]

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5 Steps for Planning Lessons Around Technology – Starting with the End in Mind

August 28, 2014

“And then one day everything changed for me …” Teacher Anne Karakash is a recipient of a 2004 Fulbright Scholarship and a National Board for Professional Teaching Standards Certified teacher. She enjoys teaching in a 1:1 classroom at Franklin Academy in Wake Forest, North Carolina and at Wake Technological Community College in Raleigh. Karakash will be presenting […]

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Limited Flipped Classroom Pilot Yields Impressive Qualitative, Quantitative Results

August 26, 2014

Part 2 of a Look at a Pilot of Flipped Classroom Implementation at The College of Westchester On Sunday I shared some exciting Quantitative Results from a pilot of flipped learning that we tried this year at The College of Westchester. Today we continue this look at our experience, with a focus on the Qualitative […]

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Flipped Learning Pilot Radically Reduces DFW Grade Rates in Two Courses

August 24, 2014

First Phase of a Flipped Classroom Pilot Produces Encouraging Results With Flip of Limited set of Lessons Have you been struggling at your school with finding a way to encourage faculty to give flipped classroom techniques a try? At The College of Westchester, we found an approach that worked, and the results so far have […]

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Education and Instructional Technology Tweet Wrap for Week of 08-18-14

August 23, 2014

This week’s collection of inspiring, informative, useful, or just plain fun tweets about education and instructional technology articles, resources, etc. (Originally posted on Twitter by @EmergingEdTech over this past week … collected here to share with our blog readers). In this week’s Tweet Wrap … great tips for finding good educational apps for kids and […]

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Who is Responsible for 3D Printing and Print Jobs at Your School?

August 22, 2014

If You’re Using 3D Printing, who Manages the Process at Your School? Is it Faculty? IT? The Library? Do you have a 3D printer in your school? We just bought our first 3D printer at The College of Westchester, and we’re getting familiar with it. One thing we find ourselves wondering is … how are […]

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Digital Tools for Pairing Literary and Informational Texts and Close Reading Skills

August 21, 2014

Final Post in Series Looking at Apps and Tools for the Common Core Literacy Curriculum Reading Strand Dr. Leslie Suter and Dr. Melissa Comer are faculty members in the College of Education’s Curriculum & Instruction Department at Tennessee Tech University. They will be co-presenting the session “Common Core Literacy Integration with App Flows” at the […]

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Technology for the Core – Apps and Tools for the Literacy Curriculum’s Reading Strand, Part 2

August 19, 2014

The Second Post in this Week’s 3 Part Series Focuses on Apps for Teaching Text Complexity Dr. Leslie Suter and Dr. Melissa Comer are faculty members in the College of Education’s Curriculum & Instruction Department at Tennessee Tech University. They will be co-presenting the session “Common Core Literacy Integration with App Flows” at the 2014 […]

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Technology for the Core – Apps and Tools for the Literacy Curriculum Reading Strand

August 17, 2014

3 Part Series offers a wealth of iPad Apps and Web Tools for the Common Core Literacy Curriculum’s Reading Strand Dr. Leslie Suter and Dr. Melissa Comer are faculty members in the College of Education’s Curriculum & Instruction Department at Tennessee Tech University. They will be co-presenting the session “Common Core Literacy Integration with App […]

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