Lack of differentiation in technology instruction for educators? Here's Methacton's solution.
Schools are under increasing pressure to implement the Common Core Standards and to develop students’ career and college readiness skills.
Methacton School District, located in a suburb of Philadelphia in southeastern Pennsylvania, is no different. The district is made up of just over 400 staff and more than 5,000 students. Methacton implemented a comprehensive professional development solution to address the challenge of differentiation in technology instruction for educators.
Download this case study to learn how Methacton found a solution that has helped align technology and curriculum which results in increased teacher support and student engagement.
Limited resources to provide comprehensive technology training
to staff? Here's Bancroft School's solution.
The school needed technology training that could work on its own, without the help of the Technology Department staff. And, having this solution available at any time of day was an important factor to fit Bancroft School’s needs.
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North East ISD, Texas
At North East ISD in San Antonio, Texas, professional development training from Atomic Learning helps support Universal Design for Learning (UDL) principles and is helping students in Response to Intervention (RTI) programs by giving general education teachers access to technology training to support all learners.
Download this case study to learn how North East found an online professional development tool that trains teachers on creating accessible instruction through technology and is ultimately impacting ALL students in the process.
Limited resources to apply toward technology? Here's Seiling Junior High's solution.
The Seiling School District has a total enrollment of approximately 400 students and the Junior High School has an enrollment of about 100 students.
Seiling recognizes the importance of technology in education. However, like many schools, the district has limited resources to apply to technology training.
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Lack of computer literacy skills and confidence in how to use technology in instruction among teachers? Here's ISD 197's solution.
“Once teachers start using Atomic Learning, they can see how easy it is to use and they become more comfortable using technology tools,” according to Margaret Hinke, Technology Integration Specialist at ISD 197. “This increases the amount of time they use technology in the classroom with students engaging in 21st century learning. ”
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Challenged to Provide Staff Training in Times of Budget Adversity? Here's
Renton School District's solution.
Brooke Trisler, Director of Instructional Technology at Renton School District in Washington, and his team of three staff training facilitators came face-to-face with the time challenge when budget and staffing cuts eventually tasked them with supporting over 1,200 staff in 23 schools throughout the district.
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Moving from "How to Use" to "How to Apply" Technology? Here's Tuloso-Midway ISD's solution.
Trish Panknin, Director of Career and Technical Education at Tuloso-Midway ISD in Texas worked to keep her teachers up to speed with technology for a number of years, and during the 2010-11 school year focused on integration.
Download this case study to learn how Tuloso-Midway's innovative technology camp is motivating teachers—and impacting long-term student success.