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Technology Integration Matrix

Colorado Academic
Standards

ISTE
Standard
s for
Teachers

ISTE
Standards
for
Students

Blooms
Taxonomy

Constructivism

Student
Use

Flipped
Classroom

Theatre
1. Create

Teacher
connects
theatrical
technical
elements to
the
interpretation
of sample
selected script

Students
work in
teams to
develop a
presentation
poster in Glog
for a
proposed
theatrical
production
and concept
Students
combine text
excerpts,
design
rendering
photos, and
audio clips to
create a
comprehensiv
e, immersive
Glog on a
proposed
concept

Students work in
teams to
develop a
presentation
poster in Glog
for a proposed
theatrical
production and
concept

2. Perform
Students combine
text excerpts, design
rendering photos,
and audio clips to
create a
comprehensive,
immersive Glog on a
proposed concept

Teacher
presents a
sample
theatrical
concept using
the Glog
format

3. Critically Respond

Students
research the
theatre/organiza
tion they are
proposing a
producticion
concept to
determine past
choices and
styles in tone

Students analyze the


themes and
philosophical
statements of the
text to determine
how to design a
concept.

Students view video clips


of selected movies and
discuss how the applied
concept affects audience
perception and
connection to famous
stories. (ex. Hamlet and
The Lion King)

Differentiation
Learning Disabilities EEOs

Physical Disabilities

Students analyze the


themes of a well
known childrens
play, such as The
Ugly Duckling to
determine how to
convey a familiar
concept.
Students who

Students watch
videos on how to
create a Glog and
experiment with
adding elements
before class.

Students watch
videos on how to
create a Glog and
experiment with
adding elements
before class

cannot make
a visual Glog
due to visual
impairment
can work with
a partner to
create an
entirely audio
based Glog.

Gifted/ Talented

Instead of
teams, students
work
individually with
complex play
material to
develop a
proposed
theatrical
concept.

Other
Reflection: Developing the matrix and designing the Glog gave me a more comprehensive idea of how I can integrate various
elements of technology into my future classroom. As a theatre major, I often struggle to identify how technology can help
students organize information/theories that apply to acting and theatre. The theatre classroom is an unconventional one, so the
technology that other classrooms utilize does not necessarily work in a theatre classroom. However, by looking at the ways that I
could connect the technology to the theatrical standards using the matrix, I feel more secure in my technological knowledge and
the ways it connects to the classroom. Technology may not be best for students learning brand new concepts in the theatre
classroom, but it can help them organize thoughts and understand the concepts in new and applicable ways. Looking at the
project Ive begun to design above, all theatre students must be able to analyze a play and determine what is most important
about it. Even an actor who does not necessarily need to propose concepts can grow from having to do so because it increases
their analytical skills and awareness of how all the details of a play come together. I can definitely see myself utilizing Glog in the
future and I am looking forward to exploring new technologies and increasing my technological awareness in TPACK.