Technology Integration

Who We Are:

Michael Drezek (@m_drez)

Deann Poleon (@DeannPoleon)

  • 716-926-2131
  • 14th year at Lake Shore Central School District (High School ELA), 18th year of teaching

What We Do:

  • The goal of technology integration at Lake Shore is not just to use new technology tools, but to help students increase knowledge, expand conversations, problem solve, express their creativity, collaborate with peers, build new skills, produce quality work, and make a difference in their world. The successful integration of technology in the classroom will help prepare students with the skills they need to find success in today's technology-driven world. Today's students are the future innovators that will shape the world we live in. Technology access in the Lake Shore Central School District continues to grow. Teachers across the district are embracing new technologies and integrating them in lessons and projects with students to accelerate learning. Keep an eye out for effective technology integration taking place in a classroom near you! Use any of the links on the menu to the left to explore more Lake Shore technology integration and feel free to contact us anytime. We look forward to working with you this school year.
  • When carefully designed and thoughtfully applied, technology can accelerate, amplify, and expand the impact of effective practices that support student learning, increase community engagement, foster safe and healthy environments, and enable well-rounded educational opportunities. Technology can expand growth opportunities for all students while affording historically disadvantaged students greater equity of access to high quality learning materials, field experts, personalized learning, and tools for planning for future education. Such opportunities can also support increased capacity for educators to create blended learning opportunities for their students, rethinking when, where, and how student’s complete different components of a learning experience. However, for technology to be truly transformational, educators need to have the knowledge and skills to take full advantage of technology-rich learning environments.

Where We Are Located:

William T. Hoag Educational Center