The Technology Integration Planning (TIP) Model

The TIP model was designed to help teachers plan lessons that are enriched with ICT.

Wiencke and Roblyer (2004) describe the TIP model as a “…five-phased Technology Integration Planning (TIP) Model (which) was designed to help teachers plan for, implement, and assess their use of technology in instruction…” (LearnTechLib, n.d.)

Mike has adapted the model in The Technology Integration Planning Model. Mike has since relocated his blog over to http://www.blendingict.net/ if you would like to follow him there.

Kelsey Kelzer has written a fantastic explanation of the TIP model in Integrating STEM in Elementary Education.

Michelle Childress provided an informative and comprehensive slide show about the TIP model Meda5400TechnologyIntegrationPlanning(TIP)Model for technology in teaching and learning.

In reflection, I created a visual flowchart of the TIP model with SmartArt – adapted from Childress (2012).

TIP model. teachingmrsh.wordpress.com 2016

 

Childress, M. (2012). The Technology Integration Planning Model (TIP). Retrieved May 5, 2016 from http://www.slideshare.net/vatechnoteacher/meda5400technologyintegrationplanningtipmodel

LearnTechLib. (n.d.) Abstract. Retrieved May 5, 2016 from https://www.learntechlib.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=Reader.ViewAbstract&paper_id=13687

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