PC Came first 80s was the year of the computer 1982 –the computer was the Time magazine man of the year
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By 2000-us cell phone subscribership went to 100mil By 2008, more poeple have them than don’t -globally
Changes in curricular resources-web bases access to things. Ability to communicate with the outside world in real-time Ability for students to collaborate on projects both in and out of school
Sounds pretty decent. But Think about that in relation to your cell phone. Right now most of us upgrade very 2 years.
We proposed ideas that were out of the box-instead of a typical model of monthly rate per device… Found that there were companies with interest and enthusiasm
Variety of devices depending on the need-over time….
Transformative Instruction Through Technology On-line education in District 158
People who have learned to use technology in their adult life are considered “digital immigrants”.
Today’s students are “digital natives”. They do not know a world without the personal computers, the Internet or cell phones.
Teachers and educational policy makers are digital immigrants that went to school in a very different era. Instruction that worked when they were in school will not work with the same effectiveness today.
Initial research was done to review what other school districts are doing with online learning.
Although research supports the benefits of the blended learning environment, there is no well documented k-12 model for blended learning.
Some schools have purchased an LMS (Learning Management Software) to manage this, use moodle, or use a variety of web-based software pieces that meet their online needs such as Wikispaces, google apps, etc.
Some schools are purchasing courses from other sources