Present Dilemma
 There is a growing need of improvement
in the technologies provided by districts.
 Too many classrooms resemble 20th
ce...
 Schools do not resemble the happenings of
the world today in their teaching, practices
and available resources.
 Teache...
Attributes of the
Present Day
Dilemmas
 Lack of Space
 Lack of Flexibility
 Lack of monetary Resources
Solutions
 Provide every student with one on one
access to computers and mobile
technology in classrooms
 Provide teachers with ad...
 Ensure that all schools and districts establish
a comprehensive information technology
policy that will supply necessary...
 Front Projection Technology is a
technical system embedded interactive
function directly into a projector.
 Cost Effective (Lowers the cost by 1/3 %)
 Allows school districts to invest in a
number of interactive set ups on a
sm...
 Elaborating upon and annotating digital
content
 Utilize the opportunities to use technology
forms in classrooms to pro...
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Technology reform

  1. 1. Present Dilemma
  2. 2.  There is a growing need of improvement in the technologies provided by districts.  Too many classrooms resemble 20th century models as opposed to the 21st century.
  3. 3.  Schools do not resemble the happenings of the world today in their teaching, practices and available resources.  Teachers are forced to use archaic practices to prepare and mold the students for the future.
  4. 4. Attributes of the Present Day Dilemmas
  5. 5.  Lack of Space  Lack of Flexibility  Lack of monetary Resources
  6. 6. Solutions
  7. 7.  Provide every student with one on one access to computers and mobile technology in classrooms  Provide teachers with adequate and appropriate professionals development opportunities to utilize various digital tools
  8. 8.  Ensure that all schools and districts establish a comprehensive information technology policy that will supply necessary infrastructure, technical support and resources for teaching and learning  Do not fret over expense shortages preventing one on one access availability to students. Instead, focus on other technical advancements. (ie front projection technology)
  9. 9.  Front Projection Technology is a technical system embedded interactive function directly into a projector.
  10. 10.  Cost Effective (Lowers the cost by 1/3 %)  Allows school districts to invest in a number of interactive set ups on a smaller budget  Great for math, science, social studies instructional purposes.
  11. 11.  Elaborating upon and annotating digital content  Utilize the opportunities to use technology forms in classrooms to promote media literacy.  Engage students in classrooms discussions to articulate their thought process in the relation to the use of digital media incorporated in classrooms to allow them to become more cognizant of both covert and overt ways that media affects the society and reality perceptions.

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