Teacher Confidence in Use of Technology

Mark Anderson of the ICT Evangelist blog wrote recently that one of his favorite waysto support colleagues is through the use of Digital Leaders.
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Mark Anderson of the ICT Evangelist blog wrote recently that one of his favorite waysto support colleagues is through the use of Digital Leaders.

Mark Anderson of the ICT Evangelist blog wrote recently that one of his favorite ways to support colleagues is through the use of Digital Leaders. He writes that their nonconfrontational and supportive training is the perfect recipe for helping educators. In researching these conclusions, he came across a piece of writing by Mandinach & Cline in which they talked about various stages of confidence related to technology and turned it into the following flow chart:


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