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  • Technology Integration in the Classroom
    Word Processing, Spreadsheets, and Databases
    By: Ashli Parrish-Smith
  • Instructional Integration Strategies for Word Processing
    Supporting the Learning of writing processes
    Using a dynamic group product approach
    Assigning individual language, writing, and reading exercises
    Encouraging writing through curriculum
  • Why teachers use word processing:
    Saves time
    Enhances document appearance
    Allows sharing of documents
    Allows collaboration of documents
  • Current issues with word processing:
    Word processing may inhibit students development of handwriting skills OR word processing may free students from worrying about handwriting and allow more creative expression.
    Does the 10 finger keyboarding help or inhibit student learning?
  • Instructional Integration Strategies for spreadsheets:
    Making possible visual demonstrations
    Supporting student products
    Supporting mathematical problem solving
    Storing and analyzing data
    Projecting grades
  • Why teachers use spreadsheets:
    Save time
    Organize displays of information
    Support asking “what if” questions
    Increase motivation to work with mathematics
  • Current issues with spreadsheets:
    Should teachers use spreadsheets for grade-keeping or stick to grade books designed specifically for this purpose?
    The answer to this issue comes down to personal preference.
  • Instructional Integration Strategies for databases:
    Teaching research and study skills
    Teaching organizational skills
    Understanding the power of information “pictures”
    Posing and testing hypotheses
    Searching for information during research
  • Why teachers use databases:
    Reducing data redundancy
    Saving time locating and/or updating information
    Allowing comparisons of information through searches across files
    Helping reveal relationships among data
  • Current issues with databases:
    Simplified access vs. privacy
    Coping with information overload
  • Summary and References
    Word processing, spreadsheet, and database software programs can be integrated effectively into the classroom because they support both directed and constructivist learning activities.
    Reference:
    Roblyer, M.D., & Doering, A.H. (2010). Integrating educational technology into teaching. Pearson Education, Inc.