Mobile technology transforms classrooms at Forsyth schoolsWinston-Salem JournalAs part of a mobile learning communities study project at six schools in Forsyth County, students in Rose Ann Throckmorton's fourth-grade class at Rural Hall Elementary...
Technology: foe and friendThe Doane LineMonaghan said he had a laid back approach with technology. He said he didn't police students if they started using devices and believed this approach created a positive classroom environment.
This project was definitely a learning experience for both the students and the teachers. In my eyes, PowerPoint is not dead and is something I will continue to use in my classroom along with an assortment of other tools.
KSTP.comAnoka-Hennepin Students Use Virtual Classroom TechnologyKSTP.comUsing a TelePresence classroom, one teacher can teach one class to kids across the district at the same time. The classes use giant flat screen TVs, cameras and microphones.
Tom Sciacca: Technology can cut school costsWicked LocalSubsequently, a school study concluded that use of technology should be radically expanded, a new and dynamic school technology director was hired, the Technology Task Force for the schools...
Here are just a few reasons why using technology in the classroom benefits both students and teachers, and how to get started! (If you are new to using classroom technology, my first suggestion is to start small.
'Teaching how to use technology takes precedence over the key critical thinking and ethical skills that youth really need,' lead author says (Using technology in the classroom requires experience and guidance, report finds
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Teachers can work with students on a 1:1 basis, leveraging the power of technology in ways not possible before the iPad. This is especially true for iPads used in the special education classroom. Using the iPad as an ...
HaaretzIf you can't beat them, use themHaaretzIf you can't beat them, use them. Cellphones are already ubiquitous in the classroom. Now some schools have begun to incorporate them into the learning process.
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