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Part 1: RAFT
Choose an academic content standard for your target grade level and aligned with an ISTE standard and do the following:
Create a RAFT card with three rows as seen in the “Example RAFT” document.
Create a task card for each row of the RAFT card. For an example of row one, review the “Example RAFT Task Card” document. Each task card should include:
An objective or learning target
A description of:
The Role
The Audience
The Format
The Topic
Directions that incorporate an innovative process that includes technology links or tools. Include specific step-by-step directions to complete the task.
Resources (links to websites, videos, readings for students to learn about the topic)
Assessment criteria
Post your RAFT Task Card and task cards to your website.
Part 2: Blog Post
Research the importance of student-centered technology in the classroom.
In a word document, prepare a 500-750-word draft version of Section 4: Differentiating Instruction through Technology of the Comprehensive Classroom Technology Plan. Support your explanation with 3-5 scholarly resources.
Copy the draft of Section 4: Differentiating Instruction through Technology into a blog post titled Student Centered Technology. Include the reference page.
The instructor will provide commentary on your draft, which you will then use as a basis for revising this section. The revised section will then become part of the complete Comprehensive Classroom Technology Plan (Benchmark Assignment), which is due in Topic 7.
Prepare this assignment according to the GCU guidelines found in the GCU Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center.
This assignment uses a rubric. Please review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion.
You are required to submit this assignment to Turnitin. Refer to the Student Success Center for directions.
Submit your written draft and website link in a document to your instructor by the end of Topic 5

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