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  • History of Technology In Education
  • Technology Through the Years• 3000 BC – Abacus• 1600’s – Calculators were used in classrooms.• 1800’s – Punched Card devices were invented.• 1940’s – Joesph Jacquard created a programmable machine that used punched cards.
  • 1940’s through 1956• 1943 – Vacuum tubes were used and punch cards stored information.• 1950’s – Mainframe Computers were used to train pilots. 1956- IBM RAMAC Computer – Second Generation used transistors, stored up to 32K of information, and used FORTRAN and COBOL as computer language.
  • 1960’s through 1990’s• 1960- Minicomputers were introduced.• 1970 - Microsomputers 1971- Intel invented microprocessor chips.• 1980 – IBM first PC. Apple II, Commodore PET, Radio Shack TRS 80 computers were adopted by schools. 1990’s – Tim Berners-Lee developed HTML and World Wide Web (WWW).
  • 1990’s through• 1990 - 1990’s- Marc Andreessen developed Mosaic software to read HTML. He also founded Netscape. 1990’s – Creation of the Internet.
  • Old Technology in Schools• Abacas• Slate and Chalk• Pencil and Paper • Ditto Machine• Broadcast Education al Radio • Copiers• Pictographs• Picture Books • Video Tapes• Photographs • Disk Players• Maps• Globes• Calculators• Film Strips• Instructional Television• Black Boards• Foreign Language Labs
  • New Technology• Internet • Advanced Robotics• Electronic White Boards • Wearable Computers• Elmos • Holodeck- virtual reality• Computers • Communication with fellow• Mobile Technology colleagues• Wireless • Collaboration with other• Podcast students and schools• iPads/Tablets • Lesson Preparation• Electronic Books • Easy access to research• Software material• Authoring Programs
  • 21st Century Learners• Students will continue to use technology throughout their lives. Technology will continue to change and the students growing up with it will continue test, try, and experiment with it. Teachers will need to keep up with the changing technology to meet the needs of the learners.
  • • Students will collaborate with other students on projects through the internet. The other group of students may not even be in the same school, state, or country. Technology allows students to explore the world from one location.
  • Changing Technology – In Closing• Technology continues to change the way teachers teach. As technology evolves, so must the teachers.