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Busy Teachers’ Web Site

Georgia Institute of Technology

A carefully annotated clearinghouse of materials for teachers who are new to the Internet, created by CEISMC.

Provides teachers with direct source materials, lesson plans, and classroom activities.

Carolyn Cole


Georgia Institute of Technology

A collaborative effort between UGA, CEISMC, and nine regional technology centers in Georgia to train middle school math teachers through a series of workshops and ongoing support programs featuring contemporary applications of technology and math pedagogy.

Carolyn Cole (Georgia Tech)

Michael Hannafin (UGA)

Instructional Technology Center

Georgia State University

Provides a research and development facility, a supportive environment, and an instructional program for college faculty and students and P-12 educators.

Increases the technical confidence and expertise of its clients.

Ann Jenkins

Georgia Framework of Integrating Technology in the Student Centered Classroom (InTech)

Kennesaw State University

Technology professional development program designed to support and enhance the existing classroom curriculum and to provide a catalyst for fundamental changes in teaching and learning processes.

Teams of Georgia K-12 educators are eligible to apply for participation. Consists of seven days of intensive training at the participating campus.

Leigh Funk (KSU)

Curt Cearley (UWG)

Technology Training Center (UGA) 706-542-0240

Georgia Gwinnett College 770-339-5215

Preparing Tomorrow’s Teachers to Use Technology (PT3) Program

Mercer University

Faculty, along with specially trained student teachers, work with in-service teachers in partnership schools (in the DeKalb, Douglas, Gwinnett, and Bibb county systems) to enhance their use of current educational technology.

Bruce Sliger

Penny Smith

Helping Technology Coordinators Support Mathematics Teachers’ Use of Technology

University of Georgia

Technology coordinators and a partner math leader teacher from the same school system participate in a 30-hour, 3-SDU workshop to explore new techniques for teaching math and for supporting teachers’ use of technology via distance conferencing technology.

John Olive

Preparing Tomorrow’s Teachers in Technology (PT3)

University of West Georgia

This grant, funded by the US Department of Education, is designed to help UWG faculty prepare “future ready” teachers who can integrate technology into their classroom instruction.

PT3 efforts include expanded training opportunities for all faculty involved in teacher education through the annual Tech Expo, a day-long conference held each April at the UWG Education Center. School systems in the UWG service area are invited to participate, and graduate students in the UWG Educational Leadership master’s degree program participate as a required component of their one-year leadership internship.

Rebecca Dodge

Barbara McKenzie

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