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Premises, Principles, and Processes for Integrating TECHnology Into Instruction
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TEACHING Exceptional Children Volume 40, Number 1, ISSN 0040-0599

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This article describes the premises, principles, and processes for integrating TECH into instruction. TECH is an acronym designed for educators to more smoothly integrate technology into instructional activities. It includes four steps: (1) Target the students' needs and the learning outcome; (2) Examine the technology choices, then decide what to use; (3) Create opportunities to integrate technology with other instructional activities; and (4) Handle the implementation, and monitor the impact on the students' learning. (Contains 3 figures.)

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King-Sears, M.E. & Evmenova, A.S. (2007). Premises, Principles, and Processes for Integrating TECHnology Into Instruction. TEACHING Exceptional Children, 40(1), 6-14. Retrieved October 13, 2019 from .

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