Creating a Culture of Learning. Modeling a Vision for Technology Use in an Online Environment to Impact the Use of Technology in the K-12 System. TCC 2009 Worldwide Online Conference April 14-16, 2009 Dr. Silvia Braidic (Associate Professor) at email@example.com
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Modeling a Vision for Technology Use in an Online Environment to Impact the Use of Technology in the K-12 System
TCC 2009 Worldwide Online Conference
April 14-16, 2009
Dr. Silvia Braidic (Associate Professor) at firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr. Joe Oliphant (Graduate Student/Technology Integration Director) at email@example.com
This session will share ideas of how to create a culture of learning in an online class at the university level so that it will impact the vision and use of technology at the K-12 level.
“Your own expectations and technology use can have a profound effect on the way your school’s existing technology resources are used”
What steps can you take to impact the way technology is utilized to maximize student learning in the K-12 classrooms?
various question types.
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The Question is…
The inventor or introducer of [this] system deserves to be ranked among the best contributors to learning and science, if not among the greatest benefactors of mankind.
What is the Question?
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We Want YOU!
Dr. Silvia Braidic
California University of Pennsylvania
Department of Educational Administration and Leadership
Mr. Joe Oliphant
Graduate Student/Technology Integration Director