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Using technology for teaching and learning classroom


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"Using Technology for Teaching and Learning in the 21st Century Classroom"

"Using Technology for Teaching and Learning in the 21st Century Classroom"

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  • 1. “Using Technology for Teaching and Learning in the 21st Century classroom”
  • 2. “Using Technology for Teaching and Learning classroom in the 21st Century” • • • • • • • • Introduction Teachers Students Technology Resources Social Media Educational Stake Holders 21st Century Classroom Reflection
  • 3. Introduction “Using Technology for teaching and learning in the 21st century classroom” is the way we collaborate, communicate, interact and function in today’s society . It is a tool for educators to implement to students for maintaining and bringing them to their highest learning abilities. Technology in the classroom has many sources that students may utilize to be prepared for today’s workforce and the future. Technology also is a tool used to maintain a learning environment that is conducive for learning.
  • 4. Teachers Teachers are the facilitators for technology in the classroom and therefore must identify with the needs of individual students for the 21st century. They learn learners’ learning styles and abilities and foster them for success. Teachers implement technology standards, and set goals for many opportunities for students to use technology in their classrooms preparing them for the real-world. They realize that technology also attracts students’ attention and therefore they are learning.
  • 5. Students Today’s students are digital learners and if we’re going to meet the needs of all learners we must modernized/restructure our teaching approach and use technology in all realm of teaching and learning. They are excite about technology , however, we must present lessons and ideas to retain their attention for learning. Students have to know what their doing is what they need for the future.
  • 6. Technology Resources Technology is a critical part in the 21st century classroom. Technology is a tool that creates critical thinking, problem solving skills that to construct independent students and learning. Some resources may include but not limited to; computers, smart boards, laptop, digital camera, smart phones, iPods and iPads. Having these tools students are able to retrieve much information need to teach and learn.
  • 7. Social Media Today students are eagerly learning and using social media at the palm of their hands. Social media is one of the accepted avenues that we use to keep the lines of communication open for teacher, students and parents. They are used to share knowledge, ideas, pictures, videos and thoughts. Some of these are; Blog, wiki, facebook, youtube, and twitter, instagram, IM, and the use of eyejot.
  • 8. Stakeholders Students, Parents, educators, administrators, colleges, univers ities, Communities leaders, State legislators, corporations, and nonprofit organizations all play a part in the curriculum planning for our students. And they too must realize we have to continue integrating technology in our schools, in the 21st century to stay with the growing world of technology.
  • 9. The looks of the 21st century classroom Teachers and students learning using technology. The teachers have incorporated technology in all curriculum area. Their lesson plans, learning resources, grades, interventions, and assistive technology. Students are actively engaged revieling their skills and learning.
  • 10. Reflection Educators who incorporate lessons, projects and quest in their classroom using technology are better preparing their students for the 21st century. Students who participate have a better understand of what the real-world is and acquired knowledge and skills.