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Required by Ed Tech grant as a practical application of what you have learned

Resource for other teachers

Makes it possible for the SVTC Ed Tech Grant Consortium to reach many more teachers

Has classroom instruction as its sole purpose

Uses NTTI Strategies to integrate technology effectively

Is written by a teacher for use in his/her classroom

- Overview and Standards
- Introductory Activity
- Learning Activities
- Culminating Activities
- Assessment
- Community Connections
- Cross-Curricular Extensions

- Introductory Activity
- Learning Activities
- Culminating Activities

- Motivate Students
- Introduce the lesson
- Check for prior knowledge
- Introduce lesson vocabulary
- Generate student interest in the topic

- Introductory Activity
- Learning Activities
- Culminating Activities

- Exposes the student to the lesson content
- Encourages learning though student interaction with the media
- FPPF/FAF provides teachers with mini-assessments as the lesson progresses

- Introductory Activity
- Learning Activities
- Culminating Activities

- Summarize the lesson
- Allows students to demonstrate what they have learned
- Provides teachers an assessment of the lesson

Learn the NTTI strategies

Learn the parts of a Media-Rich lesson

Learn about the media resources available

Look for media resources that could be used by you to teach your content

Develop a concept for your Media-Rich lesson

Write a Media-Rich lesson that uses the NTTI Strategies to effectively integrate technology

Consider collaboration with a colleague on a lesson that you both could use

Tonight – Think of what you will be teaching between late October and the end of the year. Come up with 3 to 6 topics that you think could be taught better with the use of technology

The rest of the Institute – watch for hardware and software resources that you can use in those lessons, but keep an open mind as you may find something unexpected that may suggest a different lesson plan.