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Lesson Plan Technology Integration

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Rubric Code: YXCBX86
A Checklist/Rubric for Evaluating the Effective Use of Technology in a Lesson Plan.
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Keywords: Technology Integration
Categories: Subjects: Education  
Types: (Other)  
Grade Levels: 9-12


Powered by iRubric Lesson Plan Technology Integration
A Checklist/Rubric for Evaluating the Effective Use of Technology in a Lesson Plan.
  Poor
1 pts
Fair
2 pts
Well Done
3 pts
Advantageous Nature of Technology
Teacher chooses a technology tool to enhance student learning.
Poor

The technology based integration is not better suited for the lesson than other methods.

Technology use did not enhance student learning.

Technology Integration could have been left out and students would have learned well without its presence.
Fair

The technology based integration is better suited for the lesson than other methods.

Technology use enhanced student learning.

Technology Integration could have been left out and students would have learned well without its presence.
Well Done

The technology based integration is not only better suited for the lesson than other methods, but enhancement of student learning relies on the integration.

Technology use enhanced student learning.

Technology Integration is imperative for enhanced student learning.
Assessment Instrument Establishment
Teacher aligns student objectives and standards with lesson and plans for proper formative or summative assessment integration.
Poor

"Students using the tools are off-task and not working to accomplish a goal."

Student outcomes/objectives are not identified.

Teacher has not chosen an appropriate assessment (formative or summative) to evaluate student learning.
Fair

"Students using tool are mostly on-task and understand expected outcomes."


Student outcomes/objectives are selected but technology enhances only a few of these specific outcomes. Not all objectives are addressed with technology integration.

Teacher has chosen an adequate assessment (formative or summative) to evaluate student learning.
Well Done

"Students using the tool are working to accomplish a meaningful task, applying prior knowledge, and producing or creating evidence of new knowledge."

Student outcomes/objectives are selected and technology enhances these specific outcomes.

Teacher has chosen a well planned assessment (formative or summative) to evaluate student learning.
Integration Strategies
The teacher is familiar with the technology integrated into the lesson and plans for logistics of integration.
Poor

Teacher has not used technology previously.

Students using the tool receive little explanation and have trouble setting up, using, or creating a product with the tool.

The activity is unsuccessful due to student and teacher frustration.

Student dynamics in teaching strategy are not apparent.
Fair

Teacher has worked with the tool before and thoroughly explains how to use it for the assignment.

Minimal troubleshooting is needed, and students are able to work with the tool to complete their assignment.

Student dynamics in teaching strategy are somewhat apparent.
Well Done

Teacher has taught the tool before and students are familiar with how to use it to complete their assignment.

Troubleshooting is successful for basic issues, and students reach/exceed teacher expectations for the class period via the technology tool.

Student dynamics in teaching strategy are clear.
Instructional Environment
Teacher sets up conditions of the lesson to support technology integration and has accounted for student privacy and safety.
Poor

Technology logistics and materials are not noted.

Teacher makes no note of student privacy and safety.

Lesson plan does not follow legal copyright laws. Credit/Reference is not given to any outside contributors of ideas and documents used.
Fair

Technology logistics and materials are noted.

Teacher makes some note of student privacy and safety.

Lesson plan follows some legal copyright laws. Credit/Reference is not given to all outside contributors of ideas and documents used.
Well Done

Technology logistics and materials are noted in detail.

Teacher makes note of student privacy and safety.

Lesson plan follows legal copyright laws. Credit/Reference is given to all outside contributors of ideas and documents used and serves as a model for how students should cite references and ideas.
Evaluation and Revision
A place was made available for the reflection of achievement data and other helpful notes for future implementation of lesson.
Poor

0-1 of the 3 areas below noted on lesson plan:

1.Teacher comment area made available for reflection after lesson implementation.

2. Student comment area made available for student feedback on how to improve activities.

3. Planning seen for others ways to utilize technology to improve student learning.
Fair

2 of the 3 areas below noted on lesson plan:

1. Teacher comment area made available for reflection after lesson implementation

2. Student comment area made available for student feedback on how to improve activities.

3. Planning seen for others ways to utilize technology to improve student learning.
Well Done

Each of the 3 areas below noted on lesson plan:

1. Teacher comment area made available for reflection after lesson implementation.

2. Student comment area made available for student feedback on how to improve activities.

3. Planning seen for others ways to utilize technology to improve student learning.



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