San Carlos School, a private K-8 school run by the Catholic Archdiocese of Monterey (Calif.), started a program to train its teachers in using technology three years ago. At first, the program was pretty typical: a series of how-to workshops for teachers in the computer laboratory. However, this program has evolved into what the author calls a "technology community," a term that highlights the way the technology director works directly with teachers and their students simultaneously on classroom-related

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