When this class began I was extremely nervous. While I am a technology using teacher, sometimes the “techno-babble” from the engineers I work with just goes right over my head and out of the window. My fear was that I would struggle with this course because I have never been good with technical terms. I am an educator, I want to know how to use the tools in my classroom to maximize my students learning experience. While teaching in North Carolina I was aware of who was on my district’s “Enterprise Team” and that they communicated the district's short and long term goals to everyone else. I might have made a few “Star Trek” jokes about the title “Enterprise.” I didn’t realize exactly what the “Enterprise Team” was or did. I just thought they had a good “big picture” understanding of our Technology Department and the department of Curriculum and Instruction.
What I want to know still is:
Link to my KWL Chart
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