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2003 UNC Teaching and Learning with Technology Conference
March 2729, Greensboro, NC

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ENTech Quality Teaching and Learning: A Collaborative Partnership with NCCU's School of Education and Durham Public Schools

Eaton, Deborah         (919) 530-6416
      Technology Director
      School of Education
      North Carolina Central University
First co-presenter: Osler, James    
Organization: North Carolina Central University

Abstract (up to 200 words):
2003 UNC Teaching and Learning with Technology Conference Presentation Proposal ENTech Quality Teaching and Learning: A Collaborative Partnership with NCCU School of Education and Durham Public Schools Presenters: Ms. Deborah B. Eaton, Technology Director/IT Specialist, North Carolina Central University School of Education Dr. James Osler, Education Technology Program Coordinator North Carolina Central University Presentation Description This 45 minute presentation will provide participants with information about ENTech and the collaborative partnership between North Carolina Central School of Education and Durham Public Schools to engage public school teachers, university faculty and students in a model of best practice teaching using technology. ENTech Quality Teaching and Learning Developed by Explornet, ENTech is a research-based professional development program that focuses on quality teaching and learning in a technology-enriched environment. The program was developed around national standards for professional development and meets requirements of No Child Left Behind legislation. The ENTech program design and professional development model emphasizes the North Carolina standard course of study, best teaching practices, new designs for learning, classroom management strategies, linkages to school improvement plans and processes. Participants receive hands-on, research-based practices that maximize learning in a technology-enriched environment. NCCU ENTech Partnership with Durham Public Schools North Carolina Central Universityís School of Education and Durham Public Schools have collaboratively worked to develop an ENTech Learning Laboratory at the Durham Public School Staff Development Center. The School of Education provided major funds from its federal Teaching Matters Quality Counts grant to Durham Public Schools and itís PT3 grant, NC Catalyst at NCCU which assisted in opening the new ENTech Learning Lab in the fall of 2002. Since its opening, over 100 Durham Public teachers and administrators, NCCU faculty, IT specialists from Union and Franklin counties and NCDPI have received training. For more information about ENTech, visit the website and link to ENTech at: www.explornet.org

Session type:
Long presentation (45 minutes)

Time slots:
C1 - Th 2:00 - 2:45

Room:
Grandover W



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