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Keynote: The Triple E Framework: Using Research-Based Strategies for Technology Integration
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, University of Michigan, United States

Abstract

The Triple E Framework was developed in 2011 by Dr. Liz Kolb at the University of Michigan. The Triple E Framework provides research-based guidance to preservice and inservice teachers when integrating technology into lesson design. The framework emphasizes the importance of the learning goal driving the technology choices, and using research-based pedagogical strategies in conjunction with technology tools. The framework is now being used in numerous K-12 school districts and teacher preparation classes across the United States and beyond. The Triple E Framework was found to be both valid and reliable by an independent study in 2019. This spotlight session will introduce the Triple E framework by sharing the research that informs the framework as well as a step by step guide on how teacher educators can use the framework to support preservice teachers in designing lessons where the technology is adding value to the learning goals.

Citation

Kolb, L. (2020). Keynote: The Triple E Framework: Using Research-Based Strategies for Technology Integration. In D. Schmidt-Crawford (Ed.), Proceedings of SITE 2020--Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 2020. Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE). Retrieved August 13, 2020 from .

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