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  • Technology In The Classroom
    Karla Adeboyejo
  • Topic Menu
  • Technology In The Classroom
    • Projectors
    • SMART boards
    • Computers
    • Laptops
    • Mimio Boards
    Technology serves as a visual aid and can be used as a teaching tool to enhance a lesson plan or objective.
  • 21st Century Classroom
    The 21st Century classroom is considered a smart classroom. A smart classroom is a classroom that has an instructor station equipped with computer and audiovisual equipment, allowing the instructor to teach using a wide variety of media.
    The 21st Century classroom integrates technology that students interact with everyday such as Twitter, Facebook, Podcasting, iPod, iPad, cell phone, and many more.
  • “A-Ha” Technology in the Classroom
    • Technology is important resources to integrate curriculum.
    • Teachers can use social media to influence students learning.
    • Technology engages students in learning
    • Technology equips us for global high tech society.
    • Technology solves diversity in the classroom.
    • Technology helps differentiate lesson plans.
    • Technology frees the student in the learning process.
    • Technology helps teachers assess students on what they have learned.
  • Advantages of Technology in the Classroom
    • Enhances the curriculum
    • Increases flexibility of presenting material
    • Improves lectures
    • Backs up key concepts being taught
    • Provides visuals of information presented
    • Equips students to handle the technical advances in their society
    • Teachers become more efficient with instructional time
    • Student become more motivated
  • Advantages of Technology
  • Advantages “A-Ha” Moments
    • Technology helps in the learning process.
    • Teachers should use many technological techniques when introducing subject matter.
    • Technology makes learning fun.
    • Technology motivates the student to learn.
    • Technology brings life into subject matter that some seem boring.
    • Technology enhances student's reception to material they think is hard.
  • Disadvantages of Technology in the Classrooms
    • Expensive
    • Students loose hands on experience
    • Students do not gain social skills
    • Literacy skills are not gained
    • Emotional skills are not fully developed
    • Critical Thinking skills are not acquired
    • Cognitive skills are not fully gained
    • Safety of the students can not all ways be monitored
  • Disadvantages of Technology
  • Disadvantage “A-Ha” Moments
    • Technology is not all ways a good way to promote learning.
    • Technology has it set backs.
    • Technology is expensive and is not manageable in urban communities.
    • Technology is not measureable in assessing students success
    • Literacy should be master before technology should be integrated in classroom instruction.
    • Technology may not all ways be monitored for safe engagement.
  • Conclusion
    Technology has its pros and its cons like any other instructional tool. Literacy should be promoted and gained before students are released to interact with the technology in the classroom. If students are set free to learn with technology, the teacher must make sure that students are utilizing technology in the proper way. I think technology assist teachers to create fun and interactive lesson plans. I think that students could benefit more from technology than not using it at all. SMART boards help teachers in their instruction time. Teachers are managing their instructional time with technology in the classroom. Technology has more pros than cons.
  • Reference
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    Kneas, Kimberly M., and Bruce D. Perry. "Using Technology in the Early Childhood Classroom." Scholastic. Scholastic Inc., 2010. Retrieved on March 25, 2011 from