[PDF] Using the ISTE Standards to Develop Program and Capacity Among Your Teachers – NESA 2016 In this 3 hour workshop, we delve into the teaching and learning elements of Educational Technology then use the ISTE teacher and student standards to design program and capacity amongst teachers in international schools. This session was presented at the NESA conference, 2016.
[PDF] Using the ISTE Standards to Develop Inquiry in Schools – 21CLHK16 – Matt Harris, Ed.D., Kari Stubbs, Ph.D., Wayne Burnett, Ed.D. This two part series focuses on using the ISTE Standards to encourage inquiry in Teaching and Leadership in International Schools. These presentation were given in partnership with Kari Stubbs and Wayne Burnett. Presented at the 21st Century Learning Conference in Hong Kong, 2016.
Email Guidelines for Students and Faculty Category: Communications [PDF] Communications – Email Guidelines for Students and Faculty – Matt Harris,Ed.D. Email guidelines for schools. Though email is an antiquated communication medium, we use it in schools quite a bit to connect to students, parents, and staff members. Since email is an art, not a science, we offer these guidelines to staff and students as a […]
Internet Safety Scenarios for Middle and High School Students Category: Digital Citizenship [PDF]Digital Citizenship for Students – Internet Safety Scenarios – Matt Harris, Ed.D. Internet Safety Scenarios. Internet safety, personal information protection, and personal conduct online are critical elements of Digital Citizenship. As students spend more time online, they will encounter people and situations that will be difficult to handle. It is important that they […]
[PDF] 2013 LLI – Teaching Information Literacy to All Students K-12 – Matt Harris, EdD An update to my presentation on practical and theoretical components of teaching information literacy to all students in pre-school, primary/elementary, and secondary/middle-high school. Presented at the Lausanne Learning Institute in 2013.
[PDF] 2013 LLI – Current Research on Teaching and Learning One-to-one Student Laptop Programs – Matt Harris, EdD In this presentation, I review the current scholarly research on 1:1 programs and their effects on teaching and learning. This was an update to the literature review I assembled as part of my doctoral dissertation. Presented at the Lausanne Learning Institute in 2013
[PDF]2012 ICTLT – Academic and Non-Academic Student Learning Outcomes for 1-to-1 Student Laptop Programs – Matt Harris, EdD A review of the student learning outcomes for 1-1 student laptop programs, focusing both on academic and non-academic learning in ubiquitous computing programs. Presented to International Conference on Teaching and Learning with Technology in 2012.
[PDF] 2011 LLI – Get the Biggest Learning Bang for Your Buck – Matt Harris,EdD A presentation on conclusions of my doctoral research on the Student Learning Outcomes for One-to-one student laptop programs. Part of a series of presentations I gave at the Lausanne Laptop Institute in 2011.