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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TICKIT Overview and Research:Rural Teacher Technology Integration
Curtis J. Bonk, [email protected]
May 19, 2003
Teacher Institute for Curriculum Knowledge about Integration of Technology
TICKIT Program Elements:
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
Thoughtful Team Reflections
Typical TICKIT Training and Projects:
Technology Integration Reviews
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?