2005-2006 Development Team

  • Kate Kemker, Florida Department of Education
  • Roy Winkelman, Ph.D., FCIT Director
  • Margaret Murphy Allsopp, Project Manager
  • Roberto Herrera, Principal Videographer and Video Editor
  • Tina Hohlfeld, Ph.D., Indicator Development
  • Erica McCray, Ph.D., Lesson Plan Editor and School Liaison
  • Angel Quiles, Videographer & Video Editor
  • Vanessa Minick
  • Luis Perez
  • Jason Perry
  • Cory Plastek
  • Kim Schwartz
  • James Welsh
  • Rachel Wokenhauer

Special Thanks To:

  • Pinellas County K-12 Instructional Technology Coordinators
  • Florida Council of Instructional Technology Leaders (FCITL)
  • Leslie Leduc, Manatee County
  • Don Manderson, Escambia County
  • Patricia Horn, Ph.D., St. Johns County
  • Po Dickison, Seminole County
  • James P. Love, Gadsen County
  • Cathy Cavanaugh, Ph.D., University of Florida
  • Pauline Luther
  • Ann Smith, Pinellas County School District
  • Jennifer Showermen, Pinellas County School District
  • Michelle Frankich, Pinellas County School District
  • Kristine Haller, Broward County School District

The original Technology Integration Matrix was developed with funding from the Enhancing Education Through Technology (EETT) program under Title II-D of NCLB.

2010-2011 Development Team

  • Kate Kemker, Ph.D., Florida Department of Education
  • Roy Winkelman, Ph.D., FCIT Director
  • James Welsh, Project Manager
  • Allison Papke, Coordinator, Lesson Plan Editor, and School Liason
  • Roberto Herrera, Videographer and Video Editor
  • Kyle Wahling, Videographer
  • Francisco Flores, Video Editor
  • James Basom Seaman, Web Design and Development
  • J. Christine Harmes, Ph.D., Indicator Development
  • R. Ryan Dial, Programming and Development

Special Thanks To:

  • Michael Sweeney, Florida Digital Educator Program
  • C. Kris Mathews, Florida Digital Educator Program
  • G. Gordon Worley, Florida Digital Educator Program
  • Jeanine Gendron, Ph.D., Broward County Schools
  • John Lien, Orange County Schools
  • Dawn Howard, Manatee County Schools
  • Don Manderson, Escambia County
  • Kara Dawson, Ph.D., University of Florida
  • Mijana Lockard, Lincoln Avenue Academy, Lakeland, FL
  • Virginia Richard, School Technology Services, Polk County
  • Trevor Honohan, Principal, Audubon Park Elementary
  • Kristine Haller
  • Nancy Kuznicki
  • Jeanne Rogers
  • Crystal Gasell
  • David Schneider
  • David Futch
  • Alvin Olivo
  • Sylvia Hernandez
  • Maria Alves
  • Lois Hooper
  • Cheryl Woolwine
  • Jennifer O'Dell
  • Ana McMoran

The second version of the Technology Integration Matrix expanded matrix descriptors and added video examples for Math, Science, Language Arts, and Social Studies. It was developed with funding from the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, Title II, Part D No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 and the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.

2012-2015 Development Team

  • James Welsh, Ph.D., FCIT Director
  • J. Christine Harmes, Ph.D., Researcher
  • Derek Christian, Video Editor
  • Roy Winkelman, Ph.D., Videographer
  • Gordon Worley, Videographer
  • James Basom Seaman, Web Design and Development
  • R. Ryan Dial, Programming and Development
  • Chet Lyskawa, Ph.D., Programming and Development

Special Thanks To:

  • Marta Alvarez
  • Mauricio Burgos
  • Julie Ann Cannon
  • Susan Collado
  • Andrea Distelhurst
  • Jason Dudczak
  • Andy Dunn
  • Tracey Gillies
  • Jennifer Hart
  • Dawn Howard
  • Jennifer Jaworski
  • Pat Kennedy
  • Alexis Mabe
  • Kristin Mahoney
  • Cherish L. Manson
  • Melba Munguia
  • Willian Neris
  • Fredy Padovan
  • Allison Papke
  • Christy Rankin
  • Karen Russell
  • Maggie Santana
  • Victoria Seawall
  • Rebecca Shaw
  • Michele Skelly
  • Gerard Sukhram
  • Monica Taylor
  • Joan Thomas
  • Juan Vila
  • Shaun Walker
  • Stan Wexler
  • Robyn White
  • Monica Wildenburg
  • Nathan Wolkenhauer
  • Lee-Anne Keith Yerkey
  • Vanessa York

This website update includes revised videos and additional resources. It was developed with funding from the Verizon Foundation and fees generated through licensing of the TIM Tools.

The TIM Evaluation Tools were initially developed with University of South Florida research initiative funds. Ongoing development of the Evaluation Tools is funded by TIM Tools licensing fees.