Organizational Capacity

May 6, 2007 at 10:43 pm | Posted in Organizational Capacity | Leave a comment

The Organizational Capacity Matrix describes the contributions a candidate technology makes to the development of staff skills and knowledge required for the improvement of student learning. Processes that use emerging technologies to help educators and administrators reach the ISTE NETS standards would be prime examples. Entries to the database capture support emerging technologies provide to:

Human Resources (new hires)
Professional Development (face to face, asynchronous and synchronous)

Candidate technologies which address more than one category or subcategory should be entered as many times as needed under the categories involved. For example, Second Life might be entered under asynchronous and synchronous categories.

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