2.1.Technology In The Classroom

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  • 1. Examples of TECHNOLOGY
  • 2. Introduction
    • Learning and effectively utilizing technologies in the classroom can be extremely time consuming and stressful for the individual faculty member. Depending upon the type of technology used, it may take a considerable amount of additional time for preparation, revamping, and building of class materials. When deciding to use a new tool, questions to ask include:
  • 3. Questions
    • Are the technology tools utilized to enhance or increase learning or increase effectiveness of content, presentation, or pedagogy?
    • or
    •   Are the tools using new methods to do the “same thing only differently?”
    •   and
    • Can this technology method or tool actually interfere with teaching quality or effectiveness?
  • 4. Objectives
    • The objectives are to identify challenges of technologies used in the college classroom, and to present key points to aid in dealing with technical difficulties in the classroom.
  • 5. Interactive Television 
    • A distance learning method used to teach to multiple audiences through the Telecommunications System using microwave transmission.
  • 6.   Smart Board 
    • The classroom system usually includes a 38” monitor or screen and access to the Internet.
  • 7. Computer with LCD Projector
    • Classrooms equipped with either portable or semi-permanent computer/LCD projectors are often used for Power Point or computer generated presentations.
  • 8. Document Camera 
    • This type of overhead projecting camera works extremely well if used effectively. A common complaint is the “seasick effect” that occurs with movement over the projected area (e.g. paging through a book or hand movement).