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Technology integration

  1. 1. During teaching During themathematics and instruction in thecomputer science first grade courses at the versus classroom university level 1970 1980 1990 2000 2010 2020
  2. 2. The number of  First Grade,students involved has  18 students, ranged from  8 girls & 10 boys, individual instruction  2 African American, and dissertation  5 Hispanic, guidance to  11 Native American,auditorium classes of  school is 92% free 200. and reduced lunch
  3. 3. Computer-aided-instruction software.Calculators
  4. 4. Computer-aided-instruction software.Calculators
  5. 5. Each grade level has a flip cam that that enables Individual Readingto create a monthly new report AssessmentsSmart table in the classroom (Reading 3D & Dibels) conducted3 computer labs, each designed to use a specific on a handheld palmprogram with the students (Reading Assistantfrom Scientific Learning, FastForward from which is connectedScientific Learning, & Classworks/Educational to mclass whichWebsites) summarizes information andListening center in classroom sends it to state and3 classroom computers local officials.Senteo quiz controllers for students to take Every classroom quizzes digitally equipped with aSchool license access to documentww.discoveryeducation.com, www.more.starfall camera attached.com, www.firstinmath.com, www.samsonsclass to smartboard.room.com
  6. 6. Each grade level has a flip cam that that enables Individual Readingto create a monthly new report AssessmentsSmart table in the classroom (Reading 3D & Dibels) conducted3 computer labs, equipped with a documentEvery classroom each designed to use a specific on a handheld palmprogram with the students (Reading Assistant camera attached to smartboardfrom Scientific Learning, FastForward from which is connectedScientific Learning, & Classworks/Educational to mclass whichWebsites) summarizes information andListening center in classroom sends it to state and3 classroom computers local officialsSenteo quiz controllers for students to take Every classroom quizzes digitally equipped with aSchool license access to documentww.discoveryeducation.com, www.more.starfall camera attached.com, www.firstinmath.com, www.samsonsclass to smartboard.room.com
  7. 7. Each grade level has a flip cam that that enables to Individualcreate a monthly new report ReadingSmart table in the classroom Assessments (Reading 3D &3 computer labs, equipped with a documentEvery classroom each designed to use a specific Dibels)program with the students (Reading Assistant from camera attached to smartboardScientific Learning, FastForward from Scientific conducted on aLearning, & Classworks/Educational Websites) handheld palm which is connected toListening center in classroom mclass which3 classroom computers summarizes information andSenteo quiz controllers for students to take quizzes sends it to state digitally and local officialsSchool license access toww.discoveryeducation.com, www.more.starfall.com, www.firstinmath.com, www.samsonsclassroom.com
  8. 8. 1970’s 2012
  9. 9.  The integration provides a student with  The students enjoy the learning additional tools, but it rarely provides style using the technology, motivation.  As with simple calculators, the  instructional time is lost when technology tools can introduce a false technology malfunctions sense of security, in the sense that a (especially in the computer labs) student thinks the answer to a problem is correct because that is the answer the with microphones for the reading tool has shown. fluency programs.  If the student hasn’t make a rough  the students are not holding estimate of what the answer should be, the error made by the student in books and reading from books as entering data can go unnoticed. often as they used to. Their attitudes towards books is Together the technology and a thorough apathetic as they would rather understanding of the problem and likely range of answers, a student is able to “watch” the book on the solve a problem with confidence. computer.
  10. 10. Maintenance and service are always problems that can shut down a computer and disrupt the userFor a motivated student In the case of a well- It takes usually 5 Microphones forthese temporary educated months to get a reading fluencysetbacks can be student, resorting to working malfunctionfrustrating, but they give paper and pencil may computer, even though frequentlytime to reflect and provide a temporary there were several onesperhaps find alternative alternative. not being used in thepaths to a solution. building Takes days for the tech dept to come to the school For a graduate student, lack of software access can remove an avenue of possible research. For a Not all computers are equipped with the motivated student these temporary setbacks can be same version of smart technologies frustrating, but they give time to reflect and perhaps which makes it difficult for sharing files, find alternative paths to a solution. creating senteo quizzes, etc.
  11. 11. Dr. Day Mrs. Cole

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