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Technology Presentation

  1. 1. Is all this technology necessary? How can I use technology to improve my class?
  2. 2. Eh What canThat’s MISTER You got it genius, soagain! hemm… itIhappenyou? let forgiven why Don’tWhat’sStat name? MISTERdo for Your my man! don’t we get started Stat Man Mr. Stat Man
  3. 3. Here are 2 thought to think about. I for you so. Mr. Stat Man’s Stats 1) In 2007, the number people using the internet at home was about 207 million 2) Also, in 2007, the population of the United States was about 302 million
  4. 4. I stillI have just minutesthere. was 12 getting so relax. Mr. Stat Man’s Stats 1) In 2007, the number people using the internet at home was about 207 million 2) Also, in 2007, the population of the United States was about 302 million
  5. 5. Okay, Here it is. Mr. Stat Man’s Stats 1) In 2007, the number people using that internet all That means the 67% of at home was about the United people living in 207 million States a currently the 2) Also, in 2007, using technology on athe United population of regular basis States was about 302 million
  6. 6. Since 67% of people living in the U.S. are already using technology on a regular basis, that means that technology is here already and has become an integral part of our society. Educators must now decide what to do with it.
  7. 7. Sure you are, a problem. There’s but the problem is Genius. with our teachers. Look at this stat. Mr. Stat Man’s Stats According to an article in Education World (Delisio, 2003), only one-third of teachers felt they were prepared to use computers as part of their classroom instruction
  8. 8. Well as areeducator,forgot the most There an but we you are going to Of course, but you are running out Not bad, two schools of thought about technology in part. notes.in? have to decidejust read my of time, so which group classroom. important the you are Mr. Stat Man’s Stats Group 1: Embraces technology and use it to enhance their lessons Group 2: Believe technology doesn’t improve academics, is too expensive, and is overhyped
  9. 9. Mr. Stat Man’s Stats • Technology is not going away • 48 states currently have standards that include technology • The national government has already created the National Education Technology Standards – With standards already made a test won’t be far behind. yippee.
  10. 10. You have forgotten to answer your How about we review Question 1 first? You can try. second question. Mr. Stat Man’s Stats Question 1: Is all this technology necessary? Question 2: How can I use technology to improve my class?
  11. 11. Do we have time for any questions or You are comments? welcome. Thank You! Mr. Stat Man’s Stats Question 1: Is all this technology necessary? Question 2: How can I use technology to improve my class?
  12. 12. Mr. Stat Man’s References Bialo, & Solomon, E, G (1997 September). Open your eyes: The evidence is there!. Technology & Learning Chaika, G (1999/ 08/ 02). Technology in the Schools: It Does Make a Difference. Education World, Retrieved 06/24/08, from http://educationworld.com/a_admin/admin/admin122.shtml Chaika, G (1997/ 06/ 23). Technology in schools: Some say it doesn't compute!. Education World, Retrieved 06/24/08, from http://educationworld.com/a_admin/admin/admin121.shtml Delisio, E (2003/ 04/ 30). Technology Integration, Assessment, and No Child Left Behind. Education World, Retrieved 06/24/08, from http://educationworld.com/a_tech/tech171.shtml
  13. 13. Mr. Stat Man’s References Demographics of the United States. (2008). Demographics of the United States. In wikipedia [Web]. Retrieved 06/24/08, from http:// en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Demographics_of_the_United_States Henry, T (1997, 12, 17). Do classroom computers help kids learn?. USA Today, p. Life 04.D. High-tech teaching—students latch (April 2003). Are You Ready. NEA Today, Retrieved 6/24/08, from http://www.nea.org/neatoday/0304/cover.html Josephson, J (2007, 5, 23). Survival and the Internet. Education Articles, Retrieved 06/24/08, from http://edarticle.com /school-improvement/school-survival-and-the- internet.html National Education (2007). National education technology standards for students 2007. Retrieved June 24, 2008, from iste.org Web site: http:// www.iste.org/AM/Template.cfm?Section=NETS Table 3.14 (2007). Table 3.14. Access to technology, use of technology and the capacity to use technology, by state: 2005, 2006-07. Retrieved June 25, 2008, from Institute for Education Sciences Web site: http://nces.ed.gov/programs/statereform/res_tab14.asp

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