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Instructional Integration


Local School System Examples

Following are some examples of how school systems are effectively integrating technology into instruction. School systems are encouraged to submit examples of successful integration strategies to become part of a collection of ongoing effective practices to share with other educators. For more information, contact Val Emrich, 410-767-0382 or vemrich@msde.state.md.us


Baltimore County Public Schools


Online Research Modules
The Online Research Models (ORM), developed by Baltimore County Public Schools, represent an exciting way to guide student research toward higher-level thinking that fully utilizes electronic resources. The research models have been developed by teams of library media specialists, teachers, and content specialists at Summer Curriculum Workshops in the Baltimore County Public Schools since 1998. Students who use the self-guided online research lessons are challenged to employ thoughtful reading, analysis, evaluation, and synthesis of information to create answers, not just find them.

 


Contact Information
Val Emrich, Director
Instructional Technology & School Library Media Program
Division of Instruction
Maryland State Department of Education
200 West Baltimore Street
Baltimore, MD 21201
Phone:  410-767-0382
Fax:  410-333-2128
Email:  vemrich@msde.state.md.us
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