Technology Integration Support

Michelle Palmieri

Pine Plains Central School District


To work together, email m.palmieri@ppcsd.org or call x1321

Office located in the Stissing Library

☑Choosing Technology Tools☑

Click for a printable rubric for evaluating apps & websites in lessons

The Triple E Framework was developed by Professor Liz Kolb and was designed for educators to easily evaluate how to select tools to meet learning goals and design learning experiences so the tools have a positive impact on student achievement and learning outcomes. The "Triple E's" are: Extend, Enhance, Engage

When choosing a tool, you should also look at the Privacy Policy.

10 Questions to help evaluate app & website privacy

Check reviews, for example on Common Sense Media

Have they signed the Student Privacy Pledge? https://studentprivacypledge.org/signatories/

New Revised Digital Citizenship Lessons for K-12 by Common Sense Media

See curriculum & resources HERE

NEWS

Custom Feedback with Classroom's Comment Bank

Flipgrid is FREE for Teachers!

https://flipgrid.com/

Flipgrid is a video discussion platform. Educators can post topics with resources & attachments for students to create a video response to. Take learning outside the classroom by connecting with other educators.

Free Digital Skills Curriculum by both Microsoft and Google!

"Free lesson plans and digital skills training videos from Google designed for an evolving job market." Projects are relevant and connected to the real world. Aligned with ISTE.

Designed for Middle & High School. Teachers are also adapting this for use with Elementary.


Read more and view the curriculum here.

Microsoft's Digital Literacy Standard Curriculum teaches generic ICT skills and concepts.

Access the curriculum here.

Topics include:

  • Computer Basics
  • The Internet, Cloud Services, and the World Wide Web
  • Productivity Programs
  • Computer Security and Privacy
  • Digital Lifestyles
  • Certificate Test