Technology Timeline Presentation - K. Dunn


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Technology Timeline Presentation - K. Dunn

  1. 1. Technology and Me A personal timeline of educational technology
  2. 2. Overview My name is Krystle Dunn. I started school in 1988 in Lahaina. I graduated from from Lahainaluna HS in 2001. I first went to college at the University of Southern California in 2001. When I finish my degree, I hope to become a certified and licensed secondary math teacher.
  3. 3. My definition of educational technology … is the use of various technologies to enhance learning experiences. It is progressive, intuitive, interactive, and it promotes creativity.
  4. 4. History of Educational Technology   History of Educational Technology (Slideshow) Educational-Technology   A Brief History of Technology in Education (Video)   Educational Technology (Website)
  5. 5. Kindergarten Technology   Green-Screen Apple Computers   Television   VCRs   Cordless Phones   Nintendo   Walkmans & Discmans   Cassette Tapes & CDs Picture by edvvc (
  6. 6. High School Technology   Computer Hard Drive: 1GB   Graphing Calculators   Cell Phones   The Internet   Instant Messaging   Email   mp3 Downloads
  7. 7. College Technology   Computer Hard Drive: 8GB   Social Networking   MySpace & Facebook   Laptops   Wireless Internet   DVR   iPods
  8. 8. A Vivid Technology Learning Experience   Problem Solving Games   CD-Rom Games   The Legend of Kyrandia   Oregon Trail   Video Games   The Legend of Zelda   Tetris Picture from:
  9. 9. Technology I Want to Use in My Classroom   I want my students to engage in learning and discussions through a social networking website, such as Ning, as part of their math classroom experience.
  10. 10. The Classroom of the Future   I want to see self- directed learning to the extreme! Who needs teachers anyway?
  11. 11. A Challenge for Teaching   Access to the knowledge of technology and to physical technological products is sometimes difficult to come by for teachers. Students need all their teachers to effectively implement educational technology.
  12. 12. Words of Wisdom Only those who risk going too far can possibly find out how far one can go. - T.S. Eliot* *From:
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