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One Computer? Can it make a difference?

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One Computer In A  Classroom?  Does it Matter? One Computer In A Classroom? Does it Matter? Presentation Transcript

  • One Computer
  • These are the student
    computers
    in Mr. Johnson’s class.
  • Mr. Johnson asked to
    have one removed so he
    could add another
    filing cabinet.
  • It got me thinking.
  • I go to school 177
    days a year.
  • My class with Mr. Johnson
    is 45 minutes long.
  • There are 25 studentsin my class.
  • So, 177 days times45 minutes equals
    7965 minutes.
  • Paula
    Nancy
    Robert
    Billy
    Me
    I figure that, since thereare 5 computers in the classand 25 of us, one computeris for 5 of us.
  • So, 1/5 of those 7965minutes are mine.
  • That means that 1593minutes of time on thatcomputer was available
    for me.
  • And, 1593 minutes is26 hours and
    33 minutes.
  • And, 26 hours and 33minutes equals 35.4 daysin Mr. Johnson’s class.
  • I sure hope thatfiling cabinet was
    worth the cost of thatonecomputer.
  • Because, I’m sure going tomiss it.
  • References
    Presentation created by Carol Mortensen at www.myweb4ed.com
    Clip art licensed from the Clip Art Gallery on DiscoverySchool.com (Slides 1, 2, 3, 6, 8, 9, 12, 13, 15)
    http://etc.usf.edu/clipart (Slides 4 & 7)