Promising Practices Using Instructional Technology Grant
The Promising Practices Using Instructional Technology Campaign is a compilation of high quality best practice guidance, designed for and by teachers in the field. It is a library of wisdom that guides professionals through challenges related to utilizing instructional technology. The Promising Practices Using Instructional Technology Grant is intended for any K-12 educational professionals, including classroom teachers, special educators, administrators, and others who work with students in school settings.
If you have a promising practice to offer about instructional technology, the UW-Madison Education Outreach and Partnerships office invites you to share it in our PLN. A complete submission will include the following elements:
1. An instructional video (no longer than 8 minutes) demonstrating the practice and tools needed.
2. A completed lesson/project plan template
3. Any supplementary documentation that would help others effectively employ the practice (e.g. rubrics, project descriptions, graphic organizers, etc.)
Every participant will receive a copy of the first book in EOP's UOnline book discussion group. If your video is chosen to be featured on our website, you will receive a free professional learning opportunity or a free iPad for your classroom.