Peoria Public Schools

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Welcome to Instructional Technology!
Technology
Instructional Technology Facilitators-
 
Lisa Kokos
Email: lisa.kokos@psd150.org
(309) 282-5262 (Technology Facilitators Offices)
(309) 672-6665 ext. 60177
 
Steve Hill
Email: steve.hill@psd150.org
(309) 282-5262 (Technology Facilitators Offices)
(309) 672-6665 ext. 60176
 
Bryan Chumbley
Email: bryan.chumbley@psd150.org
(309) 282-5268
(309) 672-6665 ext. 59105 
 
Office of Curriculum and Instruction at Woodruff Career and Technical Center 
1800 NE Perry, Peoria, IL 61603
(309) 672-6665
"Where Remarkable Happens Everyday"

Our goal is to assist Peoria District 150 staff members with their technology skills and needs.  We want to help with the integration of technology into classrooms.

 
According to ISTE- International Society for Technology in Education, "Educational technology standards are the roadmap to teaching effectively and growing professionally in an increasingly digital world. Technology literacy is a crucial component of modern society. In fact, the globalizing economy and technological advances continue to place a premium on a highly skilled labor force."
 
Transforming Learning Environments with Technology
"Todays educators must provide a learning environment that takes students beyond the walls of their classrooms and into a world of endless opportunities. Technology standards promote this classroom transformation by ensuring that digital-age students are empowered to learn, live, and work successfully today and tomorrow. "

Digital-Age Learning

As foundational technology skills penetrate throughout our society, students will be expected to apply the basics in authentic, integrated ways to solve problems, complete projects, and creatively extend their abilities. ISTE's NETS for Students (2007) help students prepare to work, live, and contribute to the social and civic fabric of their communities.

The new standards identify several higher-order thinking skills and digital citizenship as critical for students to learn effectively for a lifetime and live productively in our emerging global society. These areas include the ability to:

  • Demonstrate creativity and innovation
  • Communicate and collaborate
  • Conduct research and use information
  • Think critically, solve problems, and make decisions
  • Use technology effectively and productively