TICKIT Overview and Research: Rural Teacher Technology Integration. Curtis J. Bonk, [email protected] Indiana University http://php.indiana.edu/~cjbonk/. May 19, 2003 . TICKIT. T eacher I nstitute for C urriculum K nowledge about I ntegration of T echnology. http://www.iub.edu/~tickit.
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Teacher Institute for Curriculum Knowledge about Integration of Technology
Models of Technology Integration
Colleague Support by TICKIT Cohort:
Phone, Asynchronous & In-Person
Local Reports to
Value Added by
Reflect on Projects
Project Progress Reporting
Reading and Reflection
Constructive Friend Interaction
Reports to TICKIT
Staff, Peers & Other
& Staff Development
Experiences & Programs
Figure 1: Model of TICKIT Program Components and Outcomes
Do teachers who have been through the TICKIT program differ from teachers who have not on dimensions of computer integration?
Garet, Porter, Desimone, Birman, and Suk-Yoon, 2001
Garet, Porter, Desimone, Birman, & Suk-Yoon, 2001
Two Part Survey
Survey Returns= 79 %
**p< .01 ; ***p< .001All effect sizes favor TICKIT group
Lower scores on factors two and three indicate more positive responses
The ‘n’ for each comparison varies due to incomplete data. We used list-wise deletion of missing data (Completers n=66-77; Applicants n=18-20)
From which individuals do you seek primary guidance, information, and/or direction relating to the integration of technology into your curriculum?