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Thursday, April 4 • 11:30am - 12:30pm
The IPI-Technology Process: Understanding Cognitive Engagement when Technology Supports Learning

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The IPI-Technology Process codifies cognitive student engagement when students are, and are not, using technology to support learning.  The process also classifies “how the tech” is being used on eight tech-use categories as well as the number of students engaged in each form of thinking and tech use.  The IPI-T is a complex process, but it produces rich information for the school faculty to study. Today we will explain the process, practice using some examples, and discuss our initial data findings from schools using the process.


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Jerry Valentine

Professor Emeritus, University of Missouri
For the past 15+ years I have studied the value of faculty leaders collecting and then leading the whole faculty in the study student cognitive engagement, including the importance of Higher-Order/Deeper thinking during learning. Two years ago I began development of a process for studying the same process when all forms of technology are being used to support the learning experience. That has been a stimulating focus for me and the work promises... Read More →


Thursday April 4, 2013 11:30am - 12:30pm
Room 317

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