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school day or during the profes-
sional learning community meet-
ing time. Training videos are being
developed and posted on the
school website and instructional
training blog. Weekly after school
trainings are available and focus
on a variety of topics (i.e., integrat-
ing with smart notebook, Web 2.0
technologies, Google Earth Inter-
active Activities, and podcast-
ing). Dublin has also contracted
with Apple certified trainers and
the Texas Computer Education
Association for more professional
development on 21st century learn-
Ms. Miller, instructional technolo-
gist, stated, "Dublin would love to
collaborate with anyone interested
in learning more about their pro-
grams and would like to invite par-
ticipating ESP schools and part-
ners to visit any of our four cam-
puses. We are very excited about
all of the changes, connections,
and relationships taking place
within and outside of our district."
The leadership at Dublin ISD has
worked to meet all of ISTE's nec-
essary conditions to effectively
leverage technology for learning.
The focus on the shared vision,
implementation planning, and on-
going professional learning during
the first year of implementation
provided a solid framework for
successful implementation of both
the CScope curriculum and the one
-to-one laptop initiative.
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Paige Worrell is an associate pro-
fessor in the Department of Cur-
riculum and Instruction at Tar-
leton State University. Dr. Wor-
rell's background is teaching sci-
ence and math, and she currently
teaches educational technology
and professional development
Shaun Barnett is superintendent at
Jennifer Miller is the instructional
technologist at Dublin High
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