According to James Morris “Our students are entering a world in which 60% of the jobs will require technological competency-a world in which they must continue to update their occupational and technological skills in order to be successful.”
According to Melissa Johnston, “I’ve never been a proponent of the theory that education should be a dog and pony show aimed at keeping students entertained and amused every second of the class period. However, technology integration, like other good teaching techniques, actively engages students in the learning process.”
Taking advantage of the capacity of technology is a great way to enhance and engage future students in active learning. Therefore, classrooms should be utilizing the technology for future use of the students.
The eight keys to success that allow teachers to successfully integrate technology into the curriculum are basic but rather hard to accomplish. They require planning and commitment, as well as time and money but they are great to have in mind and put into practice for the future use of my future students .
Effects of Technology on Teaching and Learning
The use of technology in a classroom setting not only benefits teachers and students but it also has great effects; it prepares students for the future. It requires planning and commitment, time and money but the effects are what makes the use of technology in a classroom setting a good one.