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Technology Integration Matrix

Colorado
Academic
Standards
1. Number
Sense,
Properties,
and
Operations

NETS T

NETS S

Blooms
Taxonom
y

Student
Use

Direct
Instructio
n

Instructio
nism

Mathematics
Students
use the
game
websites
to create
their own
games as
quizzes
for each
other.

The
students
use
laptops to
play
games
with
placing
decimals in
the correct
place.

2. Patterns,
Functions,
and
Algebraic
Structures

3. Analysis,
Statistics,
and
Probability

Constructi
vism

Students
will use a
racing
game that
they have
played
before. This
game helps
students
with
different
symbols.
Students
will play a
game
where
they must
differenti
ate
between
two

Teacher
walks
through a
game
where
students
have to
guess the
next
symbol

The
teacher will
lead the
students in
a game to
explain
how to use
it.

Behaviori
sm

graphs
and
analyze
the data.
4. Shape,
Dimension,
and
Geometric
Relationshi
ps

1. Oral
Expression
and
Listening

2. Reading
for All
Purposes

The
teacher
can
demonstra
te how to
play a
game that
shows
students
how to
match
angles
together
to create
shapes.

Reward the
student
with the
highest
score.

Reading, Writing, and Communicating


Students
respond
to
questions
from other
students
about the
game they
created.

Have
students
read the

Students
read the
instruction

The
teacher will
explain
step by
step how
to play a
game, but
will not
show the
students
how to
play, they
must learn
by the
instruction
s.

instructions
of games
that they
have at
home.

3. Writing
and
Compositio
n

The
teacher
demonstra
tes the
correct
way to
write
instruction
s for
games.

Students
write the
outline
for a
game
that they
would
make on
Google
Form

4. Research
and
Reasoning

Students,
in groups,
use the
laptops to
research a
topic and
then make
it into a
game.

1. History

Students
use a
sorting
game to
make a
timeline of
events.

2.

s of the
game that
the
teacher
has
created so
that they
understan
d the
game.

Students

Social Studies
Students
create a
fake
Facebook
page of a
historical
character
.
Students

Reward
students
for winning
the game.

Geography

3.
Economics

will select
the states
and place
them in
the correct
location
through an
online
game.

will play
Who
Wants to Be
a
Millionaire,
a game
that they
have seen
before, to
learn more
about
maps.

Teacher
demonstra
tes how to
responds
to positive
and
negative
incentives
through an
online
game,

Teacher
uses the
concept of
positive
and
negative
incentives
through a
Google
Form.

4. Civics

Teacher
teaches
concepts
through a
game that
they have
created.
Science

1. Physical
Science

The
teacher
will
demonstra
te
different
forms of
energy

Teacher
plays the
game with
the
students
so that
they have
step by

Reward
students
for beating
their
previous
high score.

through an
online
game.
2. Life
Science

step
instruction
.
Students
will classify
animals
based on
characteris
tics
through a
game
created by
the
teacher.

3. Earth
Systems
Science

Students
bring in
pictures of
fossils or
actual ones
that they
have and
they are
used for a
matching
game
create by
the teacher.
Students
work in
groups to
assemble
a Google
Form that
travels
around the
galaxy.

Students
create a
game
based on
the solar
system.

Teacher
shows the
students
the orbit of
the planets
through a
game of
matching
the planet
with the
orbit.

Reward
students
for playing
the game
correctly.

Differentiation
Learning
Disabilities
- EEOs

Students
use
computers
and
headphone
s to play
games and
listen to
the
instruction
s as well

Reward
students
for playing
the game.

as read
them.
Gifted/
Talented

Have
students
develop a
game that
they have
played
before in a
new way.

Teacher
instructs
the
students to
make their
own game
on Google
Form.

Other
Reflection:
Now that I have a better understanding of the matrix it was much easier to figure out. I know that I need a better understanding
of games that are already available to the students and know what could work with lessons that I am teaching. If there isnt a
good game, then I have the tools to make my own game. There are many different ways that games can be brought into the
classroom. They keep students engaged and help them learn even when they are having fun. I also think that there are many
games that can be played together as a class. This can be beneficial for the entire class. Games will definitely be used in my
classroom.