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MARYLAND TEACHER TECHNOLOGY STANDARDS > GRANT
Maryland Online Technology Assessment
 

The goal of the Maryland Online Technology Assessment for Teachers and Administrators Grant is to develop an online technology assessment for teachers. The assessment is designed to measure the technology competency of teachers based on the Maryland Teacher Technology Standards (MTTS). The assessment contains items that measure a teacher's proficiency on the MTTS. The assessment will be delivered online and scored electronically.

Grant Activities:
Each participating county has received funds to design activities to support the grant and align with local school system initiatives. Montgomery County Public School's grant activities reinforce county initiatives and align with the Office of Global Access' vision. Grant activities include:

  • Developing and disseminating print materials to schools to inform staff about the MTTS
  • Creating and maintaining a web site to communicate the goals of the grant, provide resources for staff, and present relevant links via the internet
  • Attending monthly Maryland Online Technology Assessment Consortium meetings
  • Conducting professional development for administrators on the MTTS
  • Reviewing the use of technology to support the new county curriculum
  • Locating courses that aid teachers in meeting the MTTS
  • Presenting MCPS's experiences with the Maryland Online Technology Assessment Grant and sharing print materials at national workshops and conferences
  • Designing an action research model
  • Exploring the development of a course for administrators
  • Piloting the online technology assessment with teachers and gather feedback
  • Piloting the online technology assessment with administrators

Grant Participants:
Other participating Maryland school systems include:

  • Anne Arundel
  • Baltimore County
  • Calvert
  • Carroll
  • Cecil
  • Frederick
  • Harford
  • Prince George's
  • Queen Anne's
  • St. Mary's
  • Washington
  • Wicomico

For more information on each participant's activities, visit MSDE's PT3 site.

 

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