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Evolution of educational technology (infographic)

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Education is no longer about pencils and schoolbooks but iPads and internet connections, a new infographic charting the evolution of the use of technology in education shows.

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Daniel Tan's curator insight, March 10, 2013 11:54 PM

As was rightly commented in the post, while the educational technology has changed and evolved, the practice thereof has not, at least progressed likewise, That should now be the focus - the learning design and gteaching practice, rather than solely the technology.

Arayah's curator insight, March 11, 2013 11:52 AM

Short Article about technology trends...

Michelle Spallone's curator insight, March 12, 2013 5:20 PM

How true I have a three year old son who is almost as good on the computer as I am.  He can pick the sites he wants from a picture and use the mouse and the pad on my lap top.  It is amazing.  I'm glad as things change so should the way we educate.

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Real Innovation in Education Is About the Internet

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We worry that many educators are unintentionally and subconsciously averse to weaving technology into the fabric of teaching and learning, simply because they do not see what doing so would look and feel like, and technology does not map onto to...

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A Comprehensive List of Educational Wikis you might Need

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"What I want to do in this post is to introduce you to some successful educational wikis created and run by educators like you and me . This list of wiki is a must see by every teacher and it would be better if you bookmark it for later reference."


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Download handbook of research on educational communications and technology

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handbook of research on educational communications and technology. Downloads of the latest free software.

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The Future of Educational Technology:The Conundrum of Tablets, PCs, Smartphones, and the Cloud

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My discipline lives and breathes by technology. Personal computers helped revive the discipline of Geography beginning in the 1990’s. Along with rapid advancements in personal computer technology...

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The Wikipedia Myth - Enterprise 2.0 Knowledge Management

Enterprise 2.0 - Knowledge Management A Revolution of Knowledge in Three Parts.

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6 Hot Trends in Educational Technology [#Infographic]

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Where does your school stand when it comes to adopting the latest classroom innovations?

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Why Teachers Want Technology [Infographic]

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Survey says educators view ed tech as a motivational tool.

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Mathew's curator insight, December 12, 2012 10:51 AM

My thoughts: I agree that teachers need to use technology more in class. But the teachers need to be trained in the use of the technology so they can teacher the class and how to use the technology. Because most teachers these days can’t use the computers and the other technology they have and that’s because they haven’t been trained or taught in how to use the technology. Also having technology and things that are more fun for the students will help them learn and make them want to come to school each day to learn. Right now school and classes are boring so having something different would help a bunch and it would make us want to learn and want to come to school. Also I think that if each kid was given a laptop for their entire school career that would help kids learn and it would also help them get their homework done and projects done on time. Some kids once they leave school they don’t have access to a computer so they can’t do their homework at home. But if they had a laptop they could start the homework and school and then when they get home they already have the worked start and they can work at it at home. Also sometimes if you start a project at school you can’t always get it home but if you had a laptop you could have it at home and be able to work on it and get it done for class the next day.

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There Are No Technology Shortcuts to Good Education « Educational Technology Debate

There Are No Technology Shortcuts to Good Education « Educational Technology Debate | The Information Specialist's Scoop | Scoop.it

Technology at best only amplifies the pedagogical capacity of educational systems; it can make good schools better, but it makes bad schools worse.


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