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Disruptive Classroom Technologies: A Framework for Innovation in Education

by Sonny Magana Corwin Press
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Ensure your technological integration is leading to deeper learning!

Timely and precise, Disruptive Classroom Technologies provides a new model with which to evaluate technology usage in the classroom to maximize student learning. The T3 framework appraises technology as translational, transformational, or transcendent, thereby sorting through the low-value applications to reach the high-value, efficient ones. In addition to learning how to critically evaluate their use of technology, teachers and leaders will find:

    • Ideas for activities and lesson plans that move technology use to higher levels of the T3 Framework

    • Examples of technology use at each level

Evaluative rubrics to help self-assessment of current technology use

Part I Introduction
Chapter 1: A Case for Disruptive Innovation in Education
Chapter 2. T3: A Framework for Thinking About Disruptive Innovation in Education
Part II Stages of the T3 Framework
Chapter 3. T1: Translational Technology Use
Chapter 4. Transformational Technology Use
Chapter 5. Transcendent Technology Use
Part III Putting the T3 Framework to Use
Chapter 6. Applying the T3 Framework

"The T3 Framework is a brilliant breakthrough in our understanding and use of technology for learning. Sonny Magana clearly portrays the nature and difference between translational, transformational, and transcendent use of technology. The identification of transcendent use is itself an innovation. On top of all this he shows us how to navigate through the T3 system with guiding questions, prompts, and rubrics. For those of us working on the frontier of deep learning Disruptive Classroom Technologies, and the T3 framework is a much needed gift."

Michael Fullan, Professor Emeritus

OISE/University of Toronto, Canada


"Technology is a very real and prevalent part of today’s society, and as educators who are preparing students to become successful in this society it is essential that we use it to enhance student learning in an effective and meaningful way. Disruptive Classroom Technologies provides a framework for how to obtain that technological knowledge."

Allison Greene, Third Grade Teacher

Hoffman Elementary School, Glenview, IL


"This excellent book gives school leaders authoritative guidance about what the future could look like in their schools. This book is essential reading for school leaders at every level. What I like about this book is that it gives a structure for personal and vicarious learning about the real matter of school leadership, so that these accumulated experiences and wisdom are not lost at either the personal or collegial levels."

Dr. Neil MacNeill, Head Master

Ellenbrook Independent Primary School, Ellenbrook, Australia


"As districts struggle to truly embed technology into the daily classroom learning, it is becoming clear that a new set of language and ideas are needed to move this work forward. This book provides readers with a fresh framework that can build institutional capacity and deeper integration of education technology."

Dr. Robert Dillon, Director

BrightBytes Institute, San Francisco, CA