Collaboration-where two or more people or organizations work together in an intersection of common goals.Deliberate- to think about or discuss issues and decisions carefully.
Assessment-evaluation of a student's achievement on a course.
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Learning withTechnology-<br />IntegratingResearch in Technology Education<br />
is the use of technology tools in general content areas in education in order to allow students to apply computer and technology skills to learning and problem-solving.<br />
Integration is when classroom teachers use technology to introduce, reinforce, extend, enrich, assess, and remediate student mastery of curricular targets.<br />
Integration is an instructional choice that generally includes collaboration and deliberate planning—and always requires a classroom teacher’s participation. <br /> Someone with vision—an administrator, a teacher, or a specialist—needs to model, encourage, and enable integration.<br />
Research <br /> -is the number one reason to use the internet in education. Students have a wealth of information open to them. Often, when they are researching obscure topics, school libraries do not have the needed books and magazines. The internet helps solve this problem.<br />How to integrate technology?<br />
Creating a Website<br /> - project that can help integrate technology while truly getting the students excited about school is website creation. You can publish a website with your class about information the students have researched or personally created. Examples of what this page might focus on include a collection of student-created short stories, a collection of student-created poems, results and information from science fair projects, and historical letters.<br />
Online Assessment<br /> - A newer area of the internet to explore is online assessment. You can create your own tests online through your own website and these requires knowledge of the internet.<br />
WhyIntegrate Technology into the Curriculum?<br />technology will help students acquire the skills they need to survive in a complex, highly technological knowledge-based economy.<br /> through projects while equipped with technology tools, students acquire and refine their analysis and problem-solving skills as they work individually and in teams to find, process, and synthesize.<br />
allows students to be intellectually challenged while providing them with a realistic snapshot of what the modern office looks like.<br />also provide each classroom with more interesting, diverse, and current learning materials. The Web connects students to experts in the real world and provides numerous opportunities for expressing understanding through images, sound, and text.<br />
New technology tools for visualizing and modeling, especially in the sciences, offer students ways to experiment and observe phenomenon and to view results in graphic ways that aid in understanding. <br />And, as an added benefit, with technology tools and a project-learning approach, students are more likely to stay engaged and on task, reducing behavioral problems in the classroom.<br />
Technology also changes the way teachers teach, offering educators effective ways to reach different types of learners and assess student understanding through multiple means.<br /> It also enhances the relationship between teacher and student. When technology is effectively integrated into subject areas, teachers grow into roles of adviser, content expert, and coach. Technology helps make teaching and learning more meaningful and fun.<br />