Introduction to the U.S. Constitution and Criminal Justice System

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Your school district has taken on a herculean effort to revamp technology usage within the district. You have been assigned the responsibility of developing an information perspective about this project. This presentation will be used as an informational piece for staff, students, parents, and the community as well as a tutorial for staff and students. The key element you are to focus on is how the new technology will enhance teaching and learning with relevant and appropriate safety precautions with a minimum of 15 slides and propose guidelines for teachers and students use district technology.

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Article 1

Kershner, R., Mercer, N., Warwick, P., & Kleine Staarman, J. (2010). Can the interactive whiteboard support young children’s collaborative communication and thinking in classroom science activities? International Journal of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning, 5(4), 359–383.

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Article 2

Teacher Leadership Exploratory Consortium. (2011). Model standards advance the profession. Journal of Staff Development, 32(3), 16–24.

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Article 3

Ramírez, E., Clemente, M., Cañedo, I., & Martín, J. (2012). Incorporating internet resources into classroom practice: Secondary school teacher action plans. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology, 28(8), 1,433–1,450. Retrieved from

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Article 4

Tian, W. (2011). Construction of a teaching resources sharing platform based on campus network. Journal of Digital Information Management, 9(6), 261–265. Retrieved from Library database: Library, Information Science & Technology Abstracts with Full Text.

Article 5

Walker, A., Recker, M., Ye, L., Robertshaw, M., Sellers, L., & Leary, H. EDU605: Unit 1 Articles 2 (2012). Comparing technology-related teacher professional development designs: A multilevel study of teacher and student impacts. Educational Technology Research & Development, 60(3), 421–444.

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