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Random Lake Schools Site



   Instructional Technology Academy




The Random Lake Team is taking part in the Instructional Tech Academy (ITA).  As stated in the Cesa 7 Wiki, it is an online tech integration course for educational teams. The rationale of the course is to bring teams in CESA 7 together to develop an integrated tech project for their school district.  The Random Lake Team will be offering support for Mimio Interactive Technology and web design. 


                                                              Random Lake ITA Participants                     


             Laurie DeRoehn                                     Sheila Fincel                         Susie Goneau


Student Friendly Technology Standards and Helpful Links







Comments (3)

Courtney Athorp said

at 9:16 pm on Dec 6, 2009

I love the color and pictures you have on your page. We are posting a comment to your page to complete Session 2's requirements. So far, we have found all of this technology a little overwhelming, but enjoyable at the same time. One of the most valuable tools that we have pulled from this is the Google Wonder Wheel search and RSS feeds. I like having all my web page updates in one area. In addition, we have used the Skype and webcam several times to communicate between school and home (we job share and like to visit with the kids when we are at home). We have found several helpful links and webpages through the Badgerlink and web searchs that will help with the use of the ipods in our classroom this year. We are excited to use them during Guided Reading groups! We hope all is well with your project as well! Thanks, Courtney Athorp and Nicole Keifenheim

Lisa Sanderfoot said

at 2:13 pm on Mar 30, 2010

I like the link to the top 10 free tech tools for young learners. I had not seen this wiki before and it has some great resources. I know you district is working with the mimeo and I am looking forward to reading about what you find out as far as use and effectiveness go. Thanks for sharing with us.
Lisa Sanderfoot

Guest said

at 11:03 pm on Apr 14, 2010

Thanks Lisa! We are hoping that many will use this wiki as a resource for the Mimio Interactive Board and Web Design.

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