Technology has impacted how many teachers develop methods of instruction in their classroom settings. The Continuous Practice Improvement (CPI) professional development program introduces teachers to infusing computers into the curriculum and classroom activities seamlessly. Infusing Technology into the Classroom: Continuous Practice Improvement retells compelling stories of a successful computer-related professional development program that was implemented into Kindergarten through eighth grade classrooms of a Philadelphia school. Through an analysis of the study, a theoretical model to guide technology infused professional development for teachers is discovered.In spring 2006, Alta had 32 children in her first grade classroom, double that of the previous year. The room was ... There were books on racks and in baskets, a math word wall and a reading word wall. ... Due to the lack of space with so many children in the classroom, the only aactivity centera was the technology center.
|Title||:||Infusing Technology into the Classroom: Continuous Practice Improvement|
|Publisher||:||IGI Global - 2008-05-31|