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Technology Integration Matrix











  • Choice of tools with self-directed use
  • Lesson structured so use of technology is self-directed
  • Students understand how to use many types of technology tools, are able to select tools for specific purposes
  • Multiple technology tools are available to meet the needs of all students

  • Arranged for direct instruction and individual work
  • Students primarily work alone when using technology
  • The teacher directs students to work alone on tasks involving technology

  • Teacher allows students to select technology tools to use in building an understanding of a concept.
  • Teacher provides a context in which technology tools are seamlessly integrated into a lesson
  • Students consistently have opportunities to select technology tools and use them in the way that best facilitates their construction of understanding

  • Innovative use for higher-order learning activities connected to the world beyond the instructional setting
  • Students regularly engage in activities that may not be possible without the use of technology
  • The setting provides ongoing, independent access to a broad range of information, data, and source materials

  • The setting includes access to a variety of technology tools, allowing students some choice
  • Students independently use technology to set goals, plan, monitor, evaluate, and reflect upon specific activities
  • Purposeful use of tools to plan and monitor

All information from: Florida Center For Instructional Technology. (2019). TIM: Table of Summary Descriptors. 2019_TIM_Complete_Descriptors-US.pdf. https://fcit.usf.edu/matrix/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/2019_TIM_Complete_Descriptors-US.pdf