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INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY SERVICES
Technology Professional Development Opportunities for Winter/Spring 2014

The Office of Instructional Technology is pleased to offer a wide variety of technology classes for the upcoming semester. The classes are geared for classroom teachers and will focus on ways to integrate technology into the classroom. All classes are FREE for Prince William County Schools employees and recertification points can be earned. Each class is a total of five hours.
 


Download the complete course offerings with more details on courses and how to register.

New classes being offered:

* Going Google! Utilizing Google Apps for Education in the 6th-12th Grade Classroom 
* Technology Integration into Math Centers: Easy as 123 
* Math Tools in the Elementary Classroom 
* PhotoShop for Educators
*Channeling Your Class with YouTube

We are also offering sessions on other popular topics:

* Beginning and Intermediate SMART Boards 
* Beginning and Intermediate Promethean Boards 
* iPads in the Classroom 
* BYOD in the Classroom 
* Edmodo: Social Networking in the Classroom

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Prince William County Public Schools Educational Technology Plan 2011-2015  View the plan

Want to become an ITRT?

The Instructional Technology Resource Teacher (ITRT) must be a graduate of an accredited college or university and be a licensed teacher. Successful experience in public education as a teacher is beneficial. He/she must have experience in integrating technology in the classroom. He/she must have experience using computers and peripherals effectively in a classroom setting. NETS•T certification and a Master’s degree in Educational Technology are preferred. 

The primary functions of the ITRT are to assist teachers with the planning and integration of technology in academic settings, train teachers to use technology in an effective manner, and assist with curriculum development as it relates to educational technology. To perform this position successfully, it is necessary to collaborate on an ongoing basis with the school Technical Support Specialist (TSSPEC). This professional partnership is critical to the success of technology implementation and integration. The ITRT is responsible for modeling instructional strategies, providing training and professional development to staff, supporting curriculum, and performing similar kinds of duties and responsibilities as the School Division/Building Administrator deems appropriate.
 
The ITRT must demonstrate the professional ability and personal characteristics necessary to work effectively with school personnel and members of the community. He/she must possess the ability to deliver articulate presentations and written reports and the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with staff, teachers, administrators, and students. The ITRT must be knowledgeable about successful integration of technology into the classroom. The ITRT must be able to communicate and provide professional development effectively to all staff members. The ITRT must be able to locate online and software-based SOL resources, including test preparation materials, and enable accessibility for students and teachers. The ITRT should provide training and support to teachers in using Web page applications and help support the school-based Web site.

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