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From Literacy to Fluency in Instructional Technology: Taking Your Staff to the Next Level
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NASSP Bulletin Volume 84, Number 614, ISSN 0192-6365

Abstract

Teachers experienced with entry-level technology tools are poised to move from literacy to fluency. The Independent Professional Development in Technology model was developed to extend individual professional development in classroom applications of newer, more sophisticated educational technologies. Design, benefits, and implementation strategies are discussed. (MLH)

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Shelly, R.W. (2000). From Literacy to Fluency in Instructional Technology: Taking Your Staff to the Next Level. NASSP Bulletin, 84(614), 61-70. Retrieved January 22, 2020 from .

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