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  • 1. EquipmentCostLocationStandardComputerDell Inspiron 546s Desktop PC with AMD X3 8450 Processor and 24" Monitor & Windows 7 Tech Guarantee Upgrade$788.00Walmart WebsiteNETS-T Standard: 1. Facilitate- promote, support, and model creative and innovative thinking and inventiveness NCSOS Standard Grade 2: Objective 2.01 Recognize, discuss and use the features/functions of computing devices (e.g., creating, retrieving, saving, printing data). Strand - Societal/Ethical IssuesPolyvision TS610USB Touch Sensitive Interactive Whiteboard4' x 6' Interactive Touch-Sensitive Whiteboard, USB interface. $2583.00TouchBoards WebsiteNETS-T Standard: 2. Design and Develop customize and personalize learning activities to address students’ diverse learning styles, working strategies, and abilities usingdigital tools and resourcesNCSOS Standard Grade 2: Objective 2.02 Use prepared electronic database (e.g., automated circulation, CD-ROM encyclopedias, NC Wise OWL) as a class/group activity to conduct keyword search/filters to meet information needs. Strand – DatabaseSamsung - Color Laser PrinterUp to 17 ppm black and 4 ppm color print speeds (print speeds will vary with use); high-speed USB 2.0; 360MHz processor; 32MB memory$199.99BESTBUY WebsiteNETS-T Standard: 3. Model Digital-Age Work collaborate with students, peers, parents, and community members using digital tools and resources to support student successand innovationNCSOS Standard Grade 2: Objective 2.05 Recognize, discuss, and use word processing as a tool to enter/edit, print, and save assignments. Strand - Keyboard Utilization/Word Processing/Desk Top Publishing Norton AntiVirus 2009 - WindowsKeeps your computer safe by automatically detecting and removing spyware, viruses, Trojans and Internet worms, even those hidden deeply in your operating system 39.99BESTBUY WebsiteNETS-T Standard: Promote and Model advocate, model, and teach safe, legal, and ethical use of digital information and technology, including respect for copyright,intellectual property, and the appropriate documentation of sourcesNCSOS Standard Grade 2: Objective 1.13 Identify responsible and safe online behavior and discuss why it is important. Strand - Telecommunications/InternetMicrosoft Office Multi-Language Pack 2007applications, such as Microsoft Office Access, Excel, Groove, InfoPath, OneNote, PowerPoint and more 199.99BESTBUY WebsiteNETS-T Standard: 4. Promote and Model develop and model cultural understanding and global awareness by engaging with colleagues and students of other cultures usingdigital-age communication and collaboration toolsNCSOS Standard Grade 2: Objective 2.05 Recognize, discuss, and use word processing as a tool to enter/edit, print, and save assignments. Strand - Keyboard Utilization/Word Processing/Desk Top Publishing
    Samsung - Toner CartridgeSpecified Samsung printersColorBlack73.99BESTBUY WebsiteNETS-T Standard: 2. Design and Develop customize and personalize learning activities to address students’ diverse learning styles, working strategies, and abilities usingdigital tools and resourcesNCSOS Standard Grade 2: Objective 2.01 Recognize, discuss and use the features/functions of computing devices (e.g., creating, retrieving, saving, printing data). Strand - Societal/Ethical IssuesSamsung - Toner Cartridge – MagentaAdvanced toner, smart technology and ease-of-use features Bright magenta ink $76.99BESTBUY WebsiteNETS-T Standard: 2. Design and Develop customize and personalize learning activities to address students’ diverse learning styles, working strategies, and abilities usingdigital tools and resourcesNCSOS Standard Grade 2: Objective 2.01 Recognize, discuss and use the features/functions of computing devices (e.g., creating, retrieving, saving, printing data). Strand – Societal/Ethical IssuesStaples Copy Paper, 8 1/2" x 11" , Case $35.99STAPLES WebsiteNETS-T Standard: 2. Design and Develop provide students with multiple and varied formative and summative assessments aligned with content and technologystandards and use resulting data to inform learning and teachingNCSOS Standard: Grade 2: Objective 2.01 Recognize, discuss and use the features/functions of computing devices (e.g., creating, retrieving, saving, printing data). Strand - Societal/Ethical Issues
    I feel that it is important to know what kind of technology is in your classroom. If the teacher was able to choose a new computer and other computer equipment for the classroom she would be more eager to use them and incorporate technology in her lessons. You wouldn’t ask for things that you couldn’t find a use for or didn’t know how to work. In my budget, I put in a smart board because I feel that all second grade teachers should have one in their classroom. This piece of technology allows the teacher to model more lessons in front of the classroom. The teacher could draw a diagram or pull up a power point by the touch of the finger never leaving the front of the classroom. Using technology is becoming more and more common in the classroom. At UNCW, I have yet to be in a classroom that did not have some sort of projector for the computer. It helps you move through a lesson more efficiently and quickly gains the students’ attention. When I was in middle school and high school, the teacher had to keep switching overhead sheets and by the time they found the one they were looking for someone in the class was either passing a note to a friend or texting on their phone. The teacher should be a part of the decision making process in technology because the teacher knows what she is going to teach and how to get the students motivated to learn. You wouldn’t want someone to order for you at a restaurant so why should someone order your supplies when they don’t know your teaching style. Teachers should take technology workshops at least once a year to keep them informed about new technology.