Technology Integration

Technology Integration

Technology Integration

Integrating Innovative Technology

Technology Integration:

The importance of classroom technology supports the curriculum, standards, and prepares students for 21st-century learning and real-world applications. With proper teaching and modeling, technology creates engaging learning environments, provides differentiation opportunities, facilitates cooperation, and paves the way for asynchronous and synchronous remote learning models. Furthermore, teaching digital skills assists quick-turn feedback; therefore, increasing collaboration and positive relationships.

Moreover, I maintain a diverse range of technological hardware and software skills. I have a background in software technology and am proficient in a wide variety of educational software platforms. Thus, I am highly skilled at hardware and application troubleshooting.

Listed below are various technology platforms and applications I maintain proficiency.
Operating systems: Windows / Chrome OS / Android / Apple iOS

  • Education – (LMS)
  • Infinite Campus | PowerSchool | Canvas | Frontline | Skyward

  • E-Learning – Remote Learning
  • Google Educator (G) Suite | Flipgrid | Zoom | Screencastify | Jamboard

  • Student-Centered
  • Kahoot! | Quizlet | Superkids | Storyboard That | Poll Everywhere | IXL | Prodigy | Spelling City | Study Island | Edulastic

  • Standardized Assessments
  • ILEARN | IREAD-3 | ISTEP+ | Dibels (ORF) | NAEP | Star Reading® and Star Math® | NWEA MAP Growth

  • Administrative
  • Microsoft Office 365 | Google Suite | Acrobat | GoToMeeting | Skype | SharePoint

  • Design
  • Adobe CC | Autodesk | WordPress | iMovie | Weebly

  • Social Communications
  • Facebook | LinkedIn | Twitter | Instagram | Pinterest | YouTube | Hootsuite | MailChimp | Smore | Remind | Class Dojo | ClassTag

  • Code
  • HTML 5 | XML | CSS | ASP/ASP.Net | SQL |RSS

“Technology has enormous potential to address educational needs more efficiently, help teachers improve their performance, and enrich and individualize student learning.” ~ Wendy Kopp