Open Access Graduate Research Paper
Computers--Study and teaching--Iowa--Davenport; Teachers--Training of--Iowa--Davenport;
This research project contains lessons that were developed as a staff development tool for North High School in the Davenport Community School District. The goal of this project was to implement the use of new technology into the school building by providing the staff of the building with immediate access to trainers who would help if there were a problem or to answer questions. The other responsibilities of the trainers were to facilitate staff development sessions during the school day and on in-service days. The ultimate goal of the project was to make staff comfortable in the use of technology so that, as the process of integrating technology into the curriculum begins to take hold, the adjustment period will be less.
Year of Submission
Master of Arts
Department of Curriculum and Instruction
Sharon E. Smaldino
©2000 Kim Foley-Sharp
Foley-Sharp, Kim, "Does peer technology training work?" (2000). Graduate Research Papers. 645.