Tech Adoption Curve Poster

Created especially for school and district leaders, this free informational poster explains key steps to a successful technology implementation using the Technology Adoption Lifecycle, a theory that was expanded on by Dr. Geoffrey Moore in his book "Crossing the Chasm," that explains the bell curve of technology implementations.

This resource includes details on how to motivate individual learners at all stages of technology adoption, as well as providing tips on professional development paths and insightful 'demotivators' to help you avoid pitfalls that can throw your initiative off course.

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Mobile Planning Worksheet

While there are many factors that determine the success of a mobile initiative, the most successful technology programs often occur when school leaders are also seen as technology leaders.

Whether you are considering a mobile pilot program, a BYOD initiative or a 1:1 implementation, this planning worksheet will help you start to establish a clear plan to ensure your program’s long-term success.

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Utilizing Atomic Learning Resources in the Classroom

We recognize each school has different goals and needs when it comes to technology training. As a result, we have developed a wide range of solutions to meet the various needs of educators around the world. Currently Atomic Learning includes more than 1,500 hours of digital content consisting of over 60,000 tutorials, and  is continually growing.

Our solutions aim to solve problems districts encounter when attempting to fully utilize technology in the classroom—regardless of the classroom setting. This worksheet outlines—by subject/topic—some Atomic Learning resources to utilize in the classroom.
 



Mobile Technology Features Match Table for Special Education

This chart was designed to be used when a family or an IEP team is considering mobile technology of any kind. Start with the tasks that the student needs to accomplish, and then discuss what features a tool would have if it was used to support student achievement for those tasks.

The second part of the chart is designed for specific tools. For example, if it’s an iPad with a note taking app, the iPad would go in the first column, the app in the second, and any other tools (e.g. a pen recorder device) might go in one of the other columns. On the left side of the chart, you can write in the features discussed.  Once completed, it is simply a matter of checking the boxes where a device has the needed features.

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