DSAP Framework Overview
The DSAP Framework was used by pilot teachers to help them integrate student devices into their classrooms with intentionality and manageability. DSAP is comprised of four essential elements that broadly include the variety of ways technology can be used in an academic setting. By starting with the elements with which they are most comfortable, teachers can quickly gain confidence related to integrating student devices, assess their progress, and expand to other types of use. 

Training around DSAP involved:
1. Conducting an assessment to determine what devices students would bring to class
2. Learning about DSAP (explained in the video to the right)
3. Using the Resource Guides (linked to the right) to plan units based on the specific profile of individual classrooms

This graphic visually depicts the four core elements of the DSAP Framework as equally important and non-linear.  

 This graphic depicts how the DSAP Framework may be used in practice by teachers in the classroom. Note how Delivery is depicted as one small part of the overall classroom experience while Student practice w/feedback is depicted as a much larger part. Also note how Assessment is depicted as a continuous and ongoing process while Productivity is depicted as surrounding and supporting the other three elements. 

DSAP Explained
The video linked below explains how the DSAP Framework can be used to help integrate technology into instruction with intentionality and purpose. 

DSAP Resource Guides
The following resources guides can be used by teachers to learn about and select potential instructional technologies that align with the four elements of DSAP. The lists are by no means exhaustive and are a constant work in progress. 

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