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Data Stories - When, What, and How: The Relationship of Evaluation, Program Design, and Outcomes
In this issue of Data Stories read about three lessons learned about planning, evaluating, and implementing professional development during the first two years of ExplorNet's Centers for Quality Teaching and Learning project . Accessible for download in Adobe® PDF.

Lessons Learned: Factors Influencing the Effective Use of Technology for Teaching and Learning 
In this second edition, SEIR*TEC staff shed some light on the factors that influence technology adoption by sharing some of the lessons learned and observations made while providing technical assistance and professional development to resource-poor schools across the region from 1995 to 2000. Additionally, accompanying each lesson are suggested steps that educators might take in order to mover their technology programs forward and a story from one of the SEIR*TEC intensive site schools. Accessible for download in Adobe® PDF.


Online Staff Development:  Lessons Learned
This publication from SEIR*TEC partner ITRC at the University of Central Florida is designed to provide practical tips for anyone involved in online staff development, as developers, facilitators, or participants. These "lessons" have been gleaned from a thorough review of the literature and a survey sent to over 200 developers, facilitators/instructors, and participants who reviewed, validated, and critiqued the lessons. Accessible for download in Adobe® PDF.

Planning into Practice:
Resources for Planning, Implementing, and Integrating Instructional Technology
Based on previous work with SEIR*TEC intensive sites this document provides a variety of tools, examples, and stories useful in helping districts and schools create strategic educational technology plans. Accessible for download in Adobe® PDF.

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