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Many 2008 integrating technology into classroom

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Many" (2008), "Integrating technology into classroom instruction means more than teaching  basic computer skills and software programs in a separate computer class. Effective tech  integration must happen across the curriculum in ways that research shows deepen and enhance  the learning process.” (Par. 2). Technology integration is no longer an alternative, yet obligatory 
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4 for both instructors and understudies. Innovation for instructive utilize is an expertise that  understudies and educators need to learn and always upgrade to stay aware of the quick change.  Confronted with the immersion of data, educators and understudies should be outfitted with  digital proficiency aptitudes so they can filter through the data and learn. As a curriculum  specialist, it would be my responsibility to share with the other staff on my team about the SMEs and ISTE standards for teachers which are designed, implement and assess learning experience.  Diverse Learner According to "3 Ways To Plan For Diverse Learners: What Teachers Do" (2014), " Differentiated instruction (DI) casts a spell on educators as to how it meets all students' needs. The skillset required to differentiate seems mystical to some and incomprehensible to others in this environment of state standards and high-stakes tests.” (Par.2). Curriculum developers and SMEs need to incorporate in the educational programs elective materials when outlining exercises so that understudies who are behind in their learning have elective materials suitable for their levels. The teacher's responsibility is connecting content, process, and product. Students respond to learning based on readiness, interests, and learning profile. In this post, we'll explore
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  • Fall '14
  • Educational programs, Curriculum Specialist

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