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Tech Integration and You

Technology S.M.A.R.T. Goals 2015 - 2016

  • 85% or greater of Budewig's teachers will be Level II or III by the end of the school year.
  • All classroom teachers will have at least 7 hours of Technology PD by the end of the school year.
  • 100% of the Budewig students will have actively used their Google accounts.
  • 100% of the classroom teachers will have created their personal class page to promote an academic dialogue.
  • The Budvideo and BudCommon drive will have all extraneous files removed.
  • 100% of the classroom teachers will use integrated technology at least once a week.


Complete the Technology S.M.A.R.T. Goal Survey below by February 3, 2016.

Are you in love with T.I.M.?

T.I.M. is the Technology Integration Matrix (TIM) illustrates how teachers can use technology to enhance learning for K-12 students. The TIM incorporates five interdependent characteristics of meaningful learning environments: active, constructive, goal directed (i.e., reflective), authentic, and collaborative (Jonassen, Howland, Moore, & Marra, 2003). The TIM associates five levels of technology integration (i.e., entry, adoption, adaptation, infusion, and transformation) with each of the five characteristics of meaningful learning environments. Together, the five levels of technology integration and the five characteristics of meaningful learning environments create a matrix of 25 cells as illustrated below.
For the Love of TIM (Tech Integration Matrix)

Status Update of Technology Tuesday's

Whoo Hoo! Shout-out to the hardest working staff in the district. Great job for increasing the online intervention use in your classes. Our usage has increased, in some classes we are even at 100%. That makes the difference for many of our students that require different learning styles and repetition. However, we do have some work to do to make sure we are reaching ALL of our students. I want to make sure I am reiterating the expectations that was discussed in November. For the months of December-March we agreed that Tech Tuesday would focus on the online interventions, such as ; Think Through Math, Khan Academy, Istation, MyOn, Accelerated Reader, and STEMscopes. On Tech Tuesday classroom teachers would run reports and discuss with students their progress, while others used the computers in class and all BYOD devices to make sure this was they are using the programs. In PLC’s everyone should have met with Dr. Burroughs to discuss the importance and with your teams to lay out plans and share tips to make this expectation feasible. Specialist advocated to allot Tech Tuesday the designated day so teachers would not be overwhelmed with another demand with no additional time provided. Teachers please make sure all students are utilizing these programs. I am including a few tips shared with me by other teachers to make this a seamless reality in your classrooms.

· Create charts assigning designated days for those students you know don’t have devices cycling them through your classroom computers Monday – Thursday.

· Schedule meetings with your “high priority” students to discuss their progress.

· Set goals for progress and usage.

· Give incentives and ask your supervisor to support your incentives.

· Khan Academy has YouTube Videos. Make sure the teacher may have to log in but, at your discretion. *I would mainly show student how to use the resource and only when I can monitor them closely.

· Use all the computers in your classroom, even the one the teacher is using. (In Alief there is no designated teacher computer, only student computers.)

If you have other ideas or need help, please feel free to ask. If there is a student that needs to be removed from Think Through Math, just email me.

New Computer Lab Coming Soon Rm 528

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What's Coming Up?


  1. Complete the Tech Goal Status Update Google form listed above by February 3.
  2. HB5 Campus Expectations-Please submit the screen shot of your updated learning environment-For Example, Echalk, Google Classroom, Edmodo, Class Blogs, and Schoology. Log into your district Google account. Then go to Google classroom. Join the Budewig Classroom with the following join code, t58m3rf. The next date is 2/19, & 4/29. TEACHERS ONLY



Use the snippit tool or the Prt Scr + Ctrl keys to take a screen shot to take a picture demonstrating evidence of the following;

o Student Interactivity

o Updated Webpage

o Example of Resources available to students

Technology Committee Members

If you have any questions please see your Technology Committee if your have any questions or concerns that we need to addressed as a team. Please see your designated member.


  • Warren Bracy - Community 6
  • Danielle Smith - Community 5
  • Saressa Smith - Community 4
  • Gregory Gibson - Elective
  • Jacky Byatt - Community 3
  • Nikki Olton - Community 1
  • Sharrisse Holloman - Community 2
  • Pam Baker - ILT

Selling GEEKS Squad Shirts

  1. Make sure you have signed into your Google accounts and click on the link or the link below. If you are interested in purchasing a shirt, please complete the form and pay. The order is being placed after Valentine's Day.

Teachers Doing Amazing Things Section

Why Integrate Technology in Your Classroom?

Project Based Learning

Nearpod Gurus

Shout out to Ms. Martinez and Mrs. Haynes. They are stepping out of thier comfort zone and loving every minute of it. Ask them about thier Nearpod experience and go along for the journey with them. Once you've integrated, there's no turning back.

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