Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Helpful Technologies in Intervention Implementation

Select from the following list those technologies that you believe would be supportive in intervention implementation? Technology that:


  • Provides instructional activities and outcome reporting capabilities.

  • Makes it possible to build you own instructional activities and monitor their effectiveness.

  • Makes it possible to customize online instructional content.

  • Provides a record of the extent to which an intervention has actually been implemented.

  • Provides formative and benchmark test data to inform instruction.

  • Makes it easy to search for and link to online instructional resources and align those resources to standards.

9 comments:

Arizona: said...

We believe that technology providing dialogs to use as PD for assessment would be supportive in intervention implementation.

Arizona: said...

The following technologies would be supportive in intervention implementation in our district:
-Technology providing instructional activities and outcome reporting capabilities + getting teachers able to use tools
-Technology making it possible to build your own instructional activities and monitor their effectiveness + classroom walkthroughs
-Technology providing a record of the extent to which an intervention has actually been implemented
-Technology providing formative and benchmark test data to inform instruction - an important part of the cycle.

Massachusetts: said...

All of the above, plus textbook/course creation online and sustainability of laptop programs and all technology.

Massachusetts: said...

All of the above.

California: said...

All of the above.

California: said...

All of the above.

California: said...

Technology providing instructional activities and outcome reporting capabilities.
Technology making it possible to build your own instructional activities and monitor their effectiveness
Technology providing formative (needs to be done more) and benchmarks (yes) test data to inform instruction

California: said...

All of the above.

Arizona: said...

-Technology providing instructional activities and outcome reporting capabilities
-Technology making it possible to customize online instructional content
-Technology providing a record of the extent to which an intervention has actually been implemented
-Technology providing formative and benchmark test data to inform instruction
-Technology making it easy to search for and link to online instructional resources and align those resources to standards