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  • 1. Effective Technology Integration for 21st Century Learners
    By Sophie Hall
  • 2. Twenty First Century Education
    Classrooms of today need to be integrated with technology.
    Students need to be prepared for the increasingly technological future.
  • 3. Uses in the Classroom
    Email – communication, social interaction.
    Databases – classification and organization.
    Word Processing – writing and reading.
    Internet – easily accessible, numerous sources.
    Presentation Programs – showcase student work.
    Multi-media – interactive, furthers learning.
  • 4. Technology Increases Communication
    Students
    Parents
    Teachers
    Community
    Cultures
  • 5. Multiple Forms of Learning
    School learning  Home learning
    Distance learning
    Cooperative learning
    Guided inquiry
    Critical thinking
    Collaborative problem solving
    Multiple learning styles
  • 6. Integration Process
    Professional development
    Workshops for technology integration
    TPGP goals
    Collaboration with a educational technologist
  • 7. “The principle goal of education is to create men and women
    who are capable of doing new things, not simply repeating what other generations have done.”
    – Jean Piaget
  • 8. References
    Feldman, A., Coulter, B., & Konold, C. (Dec-Jan 2001). Linking technology, learning, and school change. Learning & Leading with Technology, 28 (4), 42-47 Retrieved Aug. 21, 2006, from http://neirtec.terc.edu/template/resources/pdf/LTLSC.pdf
    Smith, B., Western Illinois Univ., M., & And, O. (1996). Tools for Teaching with Technology: The WIU Approach for Technology Integration into Teacher Education. Retrieved from ERIC database.
    Graphic retrieved from http://www.p21.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=254&Itemid=119, September 26th, 2010.
    21st Century Info. Retrieved September 26th, from http://21centuryedtech.wikispaces.com/21+Century+Info.
    Microsoft clipart.

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