2003 RTT Design Teams consisted of pre-service teachers,
Program in Teaching faculty, Arts and Sciences faculty and
partner district teachers who collaborate in a curriculum
to integrate technology into authentic teaching units. Click
here for descriptions of last year's Design Team Curriculum
create iMovies about New England area tribes who lived around
Lowell hundreds of years ago
the local newspapers are saying.
goal of the Ready to Teach (RTT) Project is to re frame, redesign
and restructure the process of training teachers into the
- 2003 Design Teams are now being formed.
To Teach Lab welcomed many visitors in 2001. Take
a minute to view the local news
clip* provided AT&T Broadband News 3 and photos
taken by some of our visitors.
The RTT Newsletter
April 15, 03 Press Release
The Fall 03 issue
Each quarter, we will bring you information about the Ready
to Teach project, including its goals and purpose, progress
notes, and useful web sites and resources for anyone interested
in integrating technology into teacher education.
The TI Lab
is the cornerstone of our PT3 project. It is an area where
design teams, faculty, preservice and K-12 cooperating teachers
can meet and utilize the services of this fully equipped multimedia
The RTT Resource
Center is our online collection of links and other information
supporting teaching with technology, including technology-integrated
lessons for sharing with other educators.
its third year, the "Ready To Teach" project will
have received approximately $1 million from the United States
Department of Education by the end of the three year Implementation
grant period. A one to one match will be provided by non governmental
sources; the University of Massachusetts Lowell, the public
school districts of Lowell, Chelmsford and Methuen, Massachusetts
and the Mass Networks Educational Partnership. Representatives
from these entities comprise the "Ready To Teach"