Consider initiating a Continuing Education Program for your educators. These programs are one of the most effective ways to get your teachers to up their technology use in the classroom. Additionally, many of these Continuing Education Programs are offered for college credit.
The most practical Continuing Education Programs don’t just teach the participants how to use different technologies. Rather, they help the participant evaluate current lesson plans and projects to identify the most effective ways to integrate technology into existing lesson plans. With such an implementation, you will likely see a rise in technology use throughout your school or district.
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P.D. Tips courtesy of Atomic Learning