AED 201 Week 5 CheckPoint Govern. Effecting Change in Schools
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For more course tutorials visit www.aed201.com CheckPoint: Governance and Effecting Change in Schools Resource: p.275 of Introduction to Teaching Write a 200- to 300-word response to the following: Assume you are a teacher who would like to address a technology issue at your school. Many of the students’ textbooks provide Web links for engaging enrichment activities. Each classroom has five computers, but there is only one computer connected to the Internet per room and the computers are all at least five years old. Your peers, students, and their parents all support your desire to increase Internet access in the classroom for instructional purposes. In your response, address the following: What would you have to do to increase Internet access? List the steps you would have to take or who you would have to contact to have this change take place in the classrooms at your school. Address each level (starting from your school site) that would need to be involved within the administrative structure pictured on p. 275 of the text. Format your paper according to APA standards.
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