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    • Technology The Way of the Future
      • In so many classrooms today, there are computers but most children are not accessing like they should.
      • Many teachers either feel they do not have the time, or they feel they do not have the knowledge needed for technology today.
      • Businesses are moving in the direction of becoming more technology based, schools however; are being left behind.
    • What are teachers to do? When most teachers are presented with something new, they try it for a while, then eventually it just sits and collects dust. Teachers need to be constantly kept up to date, and have continuous practice on applying technology in the classroom.
      • Each president has had their initiative to improve upon technology, but is that enough?
      • Another key barrier that affects our adoption of technology in the classroom is the factor of change itself. Some people adapt to change better than others.
      • All in all technology is here to stay, and advancing every day. What our students are learning now will be changed by the time they graduate.
      • As our society grows, so does its technology. In order to keep up with this growth many schools have a tech specialist.
      • Ultimately it is up to teachers, policy makers, districts and the board of education to keep the latest technology in the hands of our children for their success.