By Harry Grover Tuttle, Ed. D.
harry.g.tuttle at gmail.com
Purpose: To improve students’ achievement of the school’s academic priorities through technology use by carefully analyzing how teachers and students use technology and improving those conditions to promote greater student learning.
School Technology and Learning Profile -Analysis:
Meta-Impressions from many schools visits based on collecting factual information, not stories.
How does your local school support its academic priorities through technology use?
How do state assessment and state standards become translated into classroom technology-infused activities? How do you know?
What are some learning and technology issues that may not contribute to the school’s academic priorities?
How can you do make-overs to dramatically improve student standards-based technology-infused learning?
How can you support alternative standards (i.e. Visual literacy) through technology? How can you assess their success?
Tuttle, H. G. (2007). Standards-Based Learning: Helping Students Achieve. Classroom Connect Connected Newsletter 14(4), 4-6.
Tuttle, H. G. (2007). Digital-Age Assessment. TechLearning. 27 (7), 22-24.
Tuttle, H. G. (2006). Creating a Tech-Infused Culture. TechLearning. 26 (11), 12-16.
Tuttle, H. G. (2005). Assessing How Schools’ Academic Priorities Are Achieved through Technology Use. Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education Proceedings, 5, 2860-2864.
Tuttle, H. G. (2004). Learning and Technology Assessments for Administrators. Ithaca, NY: Epilog Visions. (book of 54 ways of assessing learning and technology in school)
How do you support your school’s academic priorities through technology?