NESA 2013 Session A Tech Integration Successes and Failures
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SuccessesFailures
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Easily sharable, a lot of integration, make it to the world at large.Activity focuses on the wrong objectives. "State Parade"
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Bringing learning to the next level ... enhancing learning, bigger and betterTime constraints. Takes too much time to sift through all the choices... Takes more teacher prep time.
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Students would want to do moreDisconnected from the curriculum.
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Teachers not being fearful that students know more than they doPacing and organization contribute. Failure tied to how prepared the teacher is
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Students are "in"Relevance and purpose... (Student buy in)
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Communication and collaboration beyond the local Lack of stakeholder buy-in
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Students are more self directed. Students are more independent and teachers guideAdults are too controlling.
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Positively unpredictable - learning can take different directions than intendedLack of access / connectivity
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Easily accessible material pertaining to subject matterTeachers' fear of unknown, technology, not being the expert
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Authentic - learning becomes 'real' for the students. They see relevance, meaning and purposeAssigning tech-infused projects that are too large/long without shorter-term feedback loops
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Technology is merely a toolPowerpoint!
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