Steve.. great that you have brought this up ...
I had a conversation last week with the folks at the Department working on Common Core. My idea was to target Common Core with some updating to the work you were involved in with the Scenarios. They seem interested in doing some more work around this and it has spurned new interest here at DOE in the Scenarios work itself. The Tech GE's entered the conversation as well.
I am visiting schools this month and next and will work at providing some of this video you have requested as well. I have some good examples that have been discussed, but none in video form.
Thanks again for providing this resource.
Education Technology Coordinator
Vermont Department of Education
120 State St.
Montpelier, VT 05620
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Subject: Examples of Highly Effective Technology Integration
I don't know about you, but for me it sure would be handy to have a collection of videos (or even written documents or web pages) that illustrate highly effective uses of technology integration, K-12. The Transformation and Technology: A New Way of Learning--Classroom Scenarios <http://transformation-technology.wikispaces.com/> wiki is a great resource, but it would be nice to have some projects that have actually been implemented successfully.
If you've stumbled across or created videos or written examples, please contribute them using this form:
You can see what folks have contributed here:
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