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7 examples of innovative educational technology. I tend to have a love-hate relationship with technology.

7 examples of innovative educational technology

On one hand, I enjoy the old-school pencil and paper, face-to-face communication, and less screen-related interaction. On the other hand, there are plenty of forms of technology I enjoy, rely upon, and find extremely convenient. I have the same hesitancy with new technology in education. Rather than embrace every new trend wholeheartedly without question, as a teacher and parent, I approach things more cautiously. Will it deprive teachers of any personal one-on-one time with their students? With this evaluative approach in mind, here are seven examples of innovative educational technologies that are making their way into the classroom setting. 1.

Increasingly, schools are looking to replace the bulkier hard-copy textbooks with digital ones that are accessible via a tablet. Pros Cons. Technology in Education: The Complete Guide. By Becton Loveless Technology is increasingly becoming a more important part of education.

Technology in Education: The Complete Guide

Both software and hardware is becoming ever more important to improving the education process. Thanks to mobile phones and tablets, teachers can now deploy a range of technologies in the classroom, including augmented reality technology. However, mobile devices themselves act as powerful computing devices these days. 6 Examples of classroom tech that improves education. This post has been updated on April 9, 2020.

6 Examples of classroom tech that improves education

Keeping up with classroom technology can seem a daunting task for teachers. They have students to teach, papers to grade, and meetings to attend — and that barely scratches the surface of what teachers do each day. That is why it is usually easier to stick with the same tools, even if they no longer serve the educational process. It is also very true that the best tools in the world cannot replace the expertise of dedicated educators. It is obvious that schools need to find a balance between the two, and choose the type of tech that serves them best. At the same time, it can be unclear what are the actual benefits of tech in the classroom, especially if they haven’t been used by teachers before. Facts about the educational benefits of technology The facts are clear. Examples of technology in the classroom Technology in the classroom has come a long way. Tablets Video conferencing Read more: How edtech boosts parent engagement in schools Smartboards. EdTech and Examples.

How Edtech Can Expand What Teachers Do. Teaching isn’t an easy job, and recent changes in education and society aren’t making it any easier.

How Edtech Can Expand What Teachers Do

A generation ago, if you made sure to cover your curriculum according to pacing guides and best practices, you were doing a satisfactory job. But as students’ needs and society’s expectations have risen, so have the demands placed on teachers’ shoulders. Teachers today need to differentiate their instruction, use data-driven instructional practices, address students’ social and emotional challenges, close achievement gaps, and ensure that all students are prepared for the 21st-century economy. It’s hard to imagine teachers measuring up to these goals just by getting better and working harder. The 2018 Honor Roll: EdTech’s Must-Read K-12 IT Blogs. In the digital age, using your voice has taken on a whole new meaning. With powerful publication and distribution tools within reach, blogs remain one of the most potent ways to spread your ideas and thoughts.

The results from building a blog, a readership, and subsequently, a following, can lead to incredible opportunities, wider impact and transformation. Our list of Must-Read K—12 IT Blogs includes a mixture of teachers, instructional technology specialists, IT leaders, administrators and consultants. This diversity of thought and experience should ensure that you’re getting a realistic sampling from across the education spectrum. A Must-Read blog for us is one that offers interesting thoughts, unique ideas, useful information and remains regularly updated and active. For five years, we’ve highlighted some of the best and brightest blogs within K—12 education.

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