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Too many variables for a "universal" ratio: population (teachers AND
students) technical support ratio (eg. does "integration" also fix things?)
level of use (a biggie,) proficiency of staff and students (another
biggie,) age and distribution of equipment (does 1:1 mean more or less
integration support?) and Administrative supervision and expectations for
integration & (dare I say) assessment of tech skills, etc. etc.

If all goes well with equipment, technical support is there, staff and
students are proficient to expected levels... how does the role of
Integration change? If we do our jobs well, do we eventually work ourselves
out of the picture?

Unfortunately I don't think many of us are approaching that Utopia.


*Eric Hall*
*Technology Integration Specialist*
*Mount Mansfield Union High School*
*Chittenden East SU*


On Mon, Oct 7, 2013 at 11:21 AM, Jen Burton <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> I am being asked this question:
>
> What do you think is the ideal ratio of tech integration per student/staff?
>
> Anyone have any input?
>
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> Jennifer Burton
> Library Media & Technology--Lakeview
> Technology Integration--Hazen
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