Technology Integration: A Short History. What does a well-equipped classroom look like in the 21st century?
An Introduction to Technology Integration. (n.d.). Retrieved January 14, 2015, from – delaneyclodfelter
Few would deny that it needs to include technology tools for teaching and learning.
But which tools? How should teachers use them to best serve the needs of a diverse group of learners? Should we set any limits on access? And how might the use of these tools reshape teaching practices? Questions about technology integration persist, even after more than half a century of research documenting the use of technologies such as television and the benefits of using computers for learning. Where the Vision Begins. The New Basics: Classroom Technology. What is Evernote? (Animated Infographic)
Inclusion in the 21st-century classroom: Differentiating with technology - Reaching every learner: Differentiating instruction in theory and practice. In this video, students in a gifted classroom use the multi-user learning environment Quest Atlantis to explore issues related to the creation of a game reserve in Tanzania.
Interviews with the teacher and students offer perspectives on the value of using virtual worlds in the classroom . About the videoDownload video (Right-click or option-click) The diversity of the 21st-century classroom creates numerous challenges for teachers who may not have known the same diversity themselves as students. Among these, teachers must balance the requirements of high-stakes accountability while meeting the needs of diverse students within their classroom. The 26th Annual Report to Congress on IDEA reported that approximately ninety-six percent of general education teachers have students in their classroom with learning disabilities. Differentiation as effective instruction Overcoming obstacles to effective differentiation. Educational-technology-department-image1.jpg (JPEG Image, 960 × 270 pixels)
Dsc01661.jpg (JPEG Image, 4592 × 3056 pixels) - Scaled (22%) Eagle-pecan-road-computer-girl-smiling.jpg (JPEG Image, 960 × 360 pixels) 0914d03908fb9884ddaa1575ef807242.jpg (JPEG Image, 600 × 600 pixels) Educational technology. Why Integrate Technology into the Curriculum?: The Reasons Are Many. VIDEO: An Introduction to Technology Integration Running Time: 5 min.
Technology is ubiquitous, touching almost every part of our lives, our communities, our homes. Yet most schools lag far behind when it comes to integrating technology into classroom learning. Many are just beginning to explore the true potential tech offers for teaching and learning. Properly used, technology will help students acquire the skills they need to survive in a complex, highly technological knowledge-based economy. Integrating technology into classroom instruction means more than teaching basic computer skills and software programs in a separate computer class. Many people believe that technology-enabled project learning is the ne plus ultra of classroom instruction. The myriad resources of the online world also provide each classroom with more interesting, diverse, and current learning materials. Technology Integration in elementary classroom. Inclusion in the 21st-century classroom: Differentiating with technology - Reaching every learner: Differentiating instruction in theory and practice.
Salman Khan talk at TED 2011 (from ted.com) Rural Education Report: Challenges for Remote Schools.
Rural Education Report: Challenges for Remote Schools. (2014, February 3). Retrieved January 18, 2015, from – delaneyclodfelter
Student individualized pace learning - Google Scholar. Combining Cooperative Learning and Individualized Instruction: Effects on Student Mathematics Achievement, Attitudes and Behaviors., 1982-Jun.
Slavin, R. E. (1982). Combining Cooperative Learning and Individualized Instruction: Effects on Student Mathematics Achievement, Attitudes and Behaviors. Chicago – delaneyclodfelter
Assessing the Technology Training Needs of Elementary School Teachers. Abstract Computers are not just for use in secondary and post-second-ary institutions any longer.
McCannon, M., & Crews, T. B. (2000). Assessing the technology training needs of elementary school teachers. Journal of Technology and Teacher Education, 8(2), 111-121. Chicago – delaneyclodfelter
Elementary teachers must be pre-pared to use the computer in their classrooms also.
Teacher educators are preparing future educators for classrooms with computers. However, current teachers must depend on staff development courses to help train them in the area of com-puter technology. The purpose of this study was to assess the technology and its current use in Georgia public elementary schools and to also assess the teachers' technology training needs.
Citation Mccannon, M. & Crews, T.B. (2000). Keywords. Norman school embraces cutting edge classroom tech. IT IS THE NEW TECHNOLOGY IN THE CLASSROOM HELPING TEACHERS REACH CHILDREN IN THE DIGITAL AGE.
Norman school embraces cutting edge classroom tech. (2014, April 4). Retrieved January 14, 2015, from – delaneyclodfelter
KOCO'S WENDELL EDWARDS EXPLAINS HOW SCHOOLS IN NORMAN ARE BRINGING THE CLASSROOM OF THE FUTURE TO THE PRESENT. so, both pairs of lines are parallel AT MADISON ELEMENTARY IN NORMAN..
IN MRS. FLORES FOURTH GRADE CLASS .. so far I see, a lot of good answers THE STUDENTS HAVE THE ANSWERS ... LITERALLY AT THEIR FINGER-TIPS. technology has helped me reach my kids in everything that we do and kept them engaged in what they're learning. THIS PROGRAM CALLED .. Welcome to the Egan Library proxy server!