The Sustainable Classroom is a classroom technology model developed at ESD 112 that utilizes a broad number of highly visual, interactive technologies with a single computer in order to support the nine instructional strategies that are identified in Robert Marzano's book Classroom Instruction That Works (Marzano, Pickering and Pollock, 2001). This model promotes a realistic approach to using technology in ways that yield big results. For more information visit here.
SHARE is a project involving 23 Central Washington school districts, 104 other school districts around the state, 2,202 teachers, 39,636+ students and the Educational Technology Support Center of Educational Service District 105. It has been funded through Washington State Educational Technology Competitive grants, Technology Leadership Challenge Fund grants, a US Department of Education Preparing Tomorrow's Teachers to Use Technology grant, corporate sponsorships and membership fees. For more information visit here.
The Peer Coaching Program is designed to help schools implement a professional development model that can enhance standards-based instruction by assisting teachers to offer students engaging, technology rich, learning activities. Developed by the Puget Sound Center for Teaching, Learning and Technology and disseminated by Microsoft, this program is now being offered through the each of the Educational Service Districts in Washington, as a grant-funded and/or fee-based service. For more information visit here.
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