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WHAT WORKS IN EDUCATION The George Lucas Educational Foundation

Resources for Technology Integration

Free materials, downloads, tools, and suggested readings to better understand technology integration.

In this section, you will find materials and resources for teaching about how to successfully integrate technology into the classroom, whether you are conducting a two-hour session or class or can spend a day or two on the topic.

We believe you will find much here from which you can build a set of experiences tailored to class participants for the purpose of exploring technology integration:

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POWERPOINT PRESENTATION

This PowerPoint presentation introduces technology integration. It discusses the importance of technology integration, changes in teacher/student roles, and what components are needed for technology integration. The presentation includes examples of classrooms integrating technology. It then asks for group participation.

At Mary Scroggs Elementary School, tech specialist Susan Dodge works with a student to film a portion of the school's daily morning news show.

The presentation consists of 12 slides, and is available either as an online HTML presentation or a downloadable PowerPoint file.

You can use the HTML version online during class time if you have a computer and a presentation system with Internet access; use it as you would any lecture presentation material.

Download the PowerPoint file to your hard drive for use on your laptop or a classroom computer; open and run the PowerPoint file just as you would any other PowerPoint presentation. You can also make changes and insert your own course information.

In addition, each slide in the downloaded and online versions contains Speaker Notes you can use as lecture notes when you show the presentation.

If you do not have Microsoft PowerPoint and do not wish to use the online HTML presentation, you can download PowerPoint Viewer for your PC, which will allow you to share this presentation with an audience but will not allow you to edit it in any way.

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