I see various levels of integration, with the ultimate goal being seamless integration.
A) Sparse Technology is rarely used or available. Students rarely use technology to complete assignments or projects. B) Basic Technology is used or available occasionally—often in a lab rather than the classroom. Students are comfortable with one or two tools and sometimes use these tools to create projects that show understanding of content. C) Comfortable Technology is used in the classroom on a fairly regular basis. Students are comfortable with a variety of tools and often use these tools to create projects that show understanding of content. D) Seamless Students employ technology daily in the classroom using a variety of tools to complete assignments and create projects that show a deep understanding of content.
This table is by no means perfect, but is a starting point to think about how technology integration looks in your own classroom. In addition, your classroom may move through these levels over the course of the year.
View the whole blog. Great questions to think about. Are we at the "Seamless" integration yet?