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  1. 1. Presenting Technology Research<br />By: Taylor Smith<br />
  2. 2. Taking the Plunge: Districts Leap Into Virtualization<br />By: Jennifer Demski<br />A Look Behind, a Step Ahead<br />By: Geoffrey H. Fletcher<br />Use It or Lose It: What To Do with Your Wireless Spectrum<br />By: Wendy Chretien<br />Menu<br />
  3. 3. Greg Partch needed to make an easier way to use technology in the class room so he cam up with a Virtualization to-Do list…<br />Make Use of Thumb Drives<br />Categorize Users by Desktop Image<br />Over-allocate you RAM<br />Designate desktop privileges<br />Archive student work<br />Taking the Plunge: Districts Leap Into Virtualization<br />Demski, J. (2010, November 1). Taking the Plunge: Districts Leap Into Virtualization -- THE Journal. THE Journal: Technological Horizons in Education -- THE Journal. Retrieved December 9, 2010, from http://thejournal.com/Articles/2010/11/01/Taking-the-Plunge-Districts-Leap-Into-Virtualization.aspx <br />
  4. 4. Partch also needed a device that used only one application and only one server, to help manage his new technology in his classroom and make it simpler with less staff and more focus on the tools at hand, he found ClassLink.<br />“ClassLink, a server-based application manager designed specifically for the education market.” page 5<br />Taking the Plunge: Districts Leap Into Virtualization<br />Demski, J. (2010, November 1). Taking the Plunge: Districts Leap Into Virtualization -- THE Journal. THE Journal: Technological Horizons in Education -- THE Journal. Retrieved December 9, 2010, from http://thejournal.com/Articles/2010/11/01/Taking-the-Plunge-Districts-Leap-Into-Virtualization.aspx <br />
  5. 5. Through this article I learned one main thing, that trying new things might be hard at first, not only to adjust but to be able to fix the “kinks” in the new thing that you are investing a lot of your time in to make life and your students life more accessible and a new easier way for them to learn.<br />Taking the Plunge: Districts Leap Into Virtualization-My Reflection<br />Demski, J. (2010, November 1). Taking the Plunge: Districts Leap Into Virtualization -- THE Journal. THE Journal: Technological Horizons in Education -- THE Journal. Retrieved December 9, 2010, from http://thejournal.com/Articles/2010/11/01/Taking-the-Plunge-Districts-Leap-Into-Virtualization.aspx <br />
  6. 6. This article is Geoffery Fletcher’s last article as director of T.H.E. Journal, he chose to “look at the digital revolution’s past and future impact on education.”<br />Ed Warnshuisfounded T.H.E. in 1972 seeing that technology could have an impact on education even with just simple projection slides.<br />A Look Behind, a Step Ahead<br />Fletcher, G. H. (n.d.). A Look Behind, a Step Ahead -- THE Journal. THE Journal: Technological Horizons in Education -- THE Journal. Retrieved December 9, 2010, from http://thejournal.com/Articles/2010/11/01/A-Look-Behind-a-Step-Ahead.aspx<br />
  7. 7. Fletcher has tried to continue Warnshuis tradition of finding new ways to explore and develop technology in the classroom. <br />Even though he feels like the “new” technologies of tomorrow have become todays “norm” he is still optimistic that the teachers and administrators will keep pushing forward and develop new and more innovative ways to teach in the classroom.<br />A Look Behind, a Step Ahead<br />Fletcher, G. H. (n.d.). A Look Behind, a Step Ahead -- THE Journal. THE Journal: Technological Horizons in Education -- THE Journal. Retrieved December 9, 2010, from http://thejournal.com/Articles/2010/11/01/A-Look-Behind-a-Step-Ahead.aspx<br />
  8. 8. This article is a great farewell article by Fletcher, it shows and inspires me to not only move on from a point in my life, but also it helped me realize that an impact on student should always be a priority of the people who are leading and developing new ways for student to learn.<br />A Look Behind, a Step Ahead-My Reflection<br />Fletcher, G. H. (n.d.). A Look Behind, a Step Ahead -- THE Journal. THE Journal: Technological Horizons in Education -- THE Journal. Retrieved December 9, 2010, from http://thejournal.com/Articles/2010/11/01/A-Look-Behind-a-Step-Ahead.aspx<br />
  9. 9. Wendy Chretien poses this question at the beginning of her article “What is you could turn your district’s licensed wireless spectrum into a broadband network that benefits not only your students, but also the surrounding community?”<br />She then talks about how not only this is possible, it is being done! She explains the process of how the FCC (Federal Communication Commission) is making this possible.<br />Use It or Lose It: What To Do with Your Wireless Spectrum<br />Chretien, W. (n.d.). Use It or Lose It: What To Do with Your Wireless Spectrum -- THE Journal. THE Journal: Technological Horizons in Education -- THE Journal. Retrieved December 9, 2010, from http://thejournal.com/Articles/2010/11/01/Wireless-Use-It-or-Lose-It.aspx?p=1 <br />
  10. 10. Chretien also talks about leasing a wireless spectrum, since the deadline for schools and school corporations is running out of time before the May, 2011 deadline.<br />She also talks about how curtain areas are offering a cash incentive, since it would not only benefit the school but also the surrounding areas! <br />Use It or Lose It: What To Do with Your Wireless Spectrum<br />Chretien, W. (n.d.). Use It or Lose It: What To Do with Your Wireless Spectrum -- THE Journal. THE Journal: Technological Horizons in Education -- THE Journal. Retrieved December 9, 2010, from http://thejournal.com/Articles/2010/11/01/Wireless-Use-It-or-Lose-It.aspx?p=1 <br />
  11. 11. Chretien poses a great question at the beginning of this article that really made me start thinking about all of the different ways that technology is being used throughout not only our classrooms but also our communities. Just thinking about all of the new devices that are constantly being created makes me excited to see what the future of technology in education has to offer.<br />Use It or Lose It: What To Do with Your Wireless Spectrum- My Reflection<br />Chretien, W. (n.d.). Use It or Lose It: What To Do with Your Wireless Spectrum -- THE Journal. THE Journal: Technological Horizons in Education -- THE Journal. Retrieved December 9, 2010, from http://thejournal.com/Articles/2010/11/01/Wireless-Use-It-or-Lose-It.aspx?p=1 <br />
  12. 12. Presenting Technology Research The End<br />

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