+ Web Sites for Technology Planning in Schools

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This week EduHound’s “Classroom Tools & Tips” newsletter brings sites on the topic of “Technology Planning.”

  • Generation YES: Vision to Action — Adding Students to Your Technology Plan   Writing a technology plan and want to make sure that it includes authentic student involvement and leadership?  Please see the document (pdf) by Dr Dennis Harper that provides research, sample language, and models of student action [link to document can be found at the upper right of the homepage].  http://genyes.com  
  • Bellingham Public Schools Technology Plan   The Technology Plan begins with a vision for student learning, a statement of beliefs, and a rationale for creating and continuing to build networked learning environments.   http://www.bham.wednet.edu/technology/techplan.htm
  • National Education Technology Plan   To help facilitate the involvement of organizations and individuals in developing the Plan, the Department of Education awarded a contract to a team consisting of the American Institutes for Research, the International Society for Technology in Education, and the State Educational Technology Directors Association.  Each worked closely with the Department to coordinate input from the public and disseminate information about the Plan development process.   http://www.ed.gov/about/offices/list/os/technology/plan/2004/site/edlitedefault.html
  • The National Center for Technology Planning (NCTP)   A clearinghouse for the exchange of many types of information related to technology planning.  This information may be:  school technology plans available for downloading online; technology planning aids (checklists, brochures, sample planning forms, PR announcement forms); and/or electronic monographs on timely, selected topics.    http://www.nctp.com
  • NETC: Strategic Planning for Technology   Provides planners with concepts and resources to assist them in developing effective technology plans for their school or district.   http://www.netc.org/planning

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