Archive for July, 2011
Posted on July 26, 2011, under Uncategorized.
Classroom setups are not how they used to be thirty or forty years ago. In fact, a lot has changed as far as structure goes. Now it is not unusual to see a powerpoint projector screen in every room, and it is commonplace for at least one computer to be present. With the advent of the laptop and now the smartpads, many schools are considering utilizing this technology in everyday classroom scenarios. Although they may seem expensive, these devices really do help children learn in a fun and interactive way. The new projectors allow the teacher to customize (more…)
Posted on July 22, 2011, under Uncategorized.
These days our children are expected to learn more than we ever did. They are also learning things faster than we did. One thing that has really become a big thing in education is the use of computers. Not only do they give additional resources for education, but they’ve become yet another thing the youth of America needs to learn how to operate before they graduate and enter the real world.
Believe it or not, but even kindergarten students needs to be learning how to use the computer. There are (more…)
Posted on July 18, 2011, under Uncategorized.
For teachers and schools which are integrating technology into the classroom, there really is no right or wrong way for the teacher to use that technology in the classroom. The use of computers and other devices in the classroom has become a growing trend in both high schools and elementary schools across the nation in the past couple of decades. The way a teacher decides to integrate technology into their teaching style, really is a personal choice, and depends on that teachers teaching methods.Additional information can be found at http://ictelt.blogspot.com/2011/07/e-learning-philosophy-nigel-bailey.html.
Using the internet as a teaching aide can be of (more…)
Posted on July 14, 2011, under Uncategorized.
The world is becoming more interconnected and global due to the trend in information transformation and technological innovations. It would be very hard to argue that children do not have a lot to learn through the use of various technologies. Education technology is especially on the rise.
From the smart board to the latest projectors, teachers have access to some tools that would allow them to reach children at a more contemporary pace. Students today will have had more experience with technology by the time they reach the first grade than most baby boomer did (more…)