tech toolbox

Tech Toolbox

Design and Development of Technology-Rich Learning Programs (4.b)

As an expert in technology for education, you should be prepared to share resources

and have a working framework for how to organize and keep track of appropriate assets

for educational leaders, teachers across content areas, and students. A personal

technology “toolbox” is one way to quickly and meaningfully communicate new

resources and ideas across a workplace.

Where other project assessments in this course focus on professional and institutional

growth, those are often predicated on your own personal organization and capacity for

growth. Your ‘toolbox’ is a design challenge that can take any shape, but should

exemplify your capacity for design, development, and implementation (4.b) of a

personal learning program that will extend beyond this course and into your career. It

should exemplify and promote digital media solutions for teaching, learning, and


Your toolbox should include:

  • Access (1.b.) Build a set of ‘toolbox’ that identify and provide easy access to
  • resources. Include resources for leaders, teachers, and students. Design so that

    anyone would be able to see your organizational strategy, system, and find relevant

    resources quickly. Consider sharing and exporting capacity and thoughtfully make

    decisions accordingly.

  • System Design (4.b.) Organize and create intuitive navigation through the resources.
  • Your organizational model should be clear and have an obvious connection to

    elements of work for each of the audiences and potential sub-audiences.

  • Development and Implementation (4.b) Product test your toolbox with at least two or
  • more professionals that would resonate with your personal needs for resources.

    Observe and as for them to “talk aloud” as they use your toolbox. Record, summarize,

    and present revisions you made to the technology-rich resource based on this data.

    Summative Assessment

    Leadership and Professional Development (1.a-d. & 4.b)

    Use exemplars from the above assessments and add explanatory narrative that links

    the work done to each standard element from the course. Operationalize your work with

    the goals for the course and clearly demonstrate your capacity, learning, and strategies

    developed for each component. You are welcome to provide screenshots, links, and

    example quotes from previous work, but all evidence should be brought together in a

    single ‘portfolio’ organized around each row of the standard rubrics. When completed

    submit this for final evaluation and documentation of proficiency.

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