Technology and theclassroomPhoto credit: Schplook, flickr
“Technology in the classroom ismerely a tool for learningjust like an educationalassistant, a dictionary oreven a desk.”Te...
In America, 97% of schools hadinternet connectivity as of 2010.Photo credit: Daniel*1977, Flickr
Why not make use of it as ateaching tool?Photocredit:Seoirse, Flickr
Somemay sayit isscary…Photo credit: victria1, flickr
But 74% of teachers believe that itreinforces and expands on contents…Photo credit: Alex D. Dillon, flickr
…and that itmotivatesstudents tolearn.Photo credit: AnneCN, flickr
73% of teachersbelieve thattechnologyresponds to avariety oflearning stylesPhoto credit: Nazareth College Admissions, flickr
Why not make use of it if teachers seesuch benefits?Photo credit: evmaiden, flickr
In Canada, there are 0.73computers per student.Photo credit: arlington.library, flickr
Theresourcesare NOTlimited.Photo credit: Konstantin Yolshin, flickr
Technologymakes studentsmore engagedand enthusiasticabout learning.Photo credit: akiko@flickr, flickr
No wonder 91% of teachers useinteractive white boardsPhoto credit: jisc_infonet, flickr
80% use interactive tablesPhoto credit: Peter Bromley, flickr
90% useprojectorsPhoto credit: maccate, flickr
Photo credit: James F Clay, flickr
“You can‟t just slap a netbook on top of atextbook and say, „Great, now we havetechnology‟.”Bob Wise, former governor of W...
Teachers have to adjust the technologyto the classroom.Photo credit: Robert Pollack, flickr
Using computers, students can work at theirown pace and…Photo credit: Milly L, flickr
…it encourages them toshare strategies withfellow classmates thatmay be having difficulties.Photo credit: SpecialKRB, flickr
Technology canpermit studentstocommunicateandcollaboratewith experts (e.g.online tutors)and…Photo credit: Jennyjo71, flickr
… with fellow classmates that may livearound the globe.Photo credit: Students of the World Photography, flickr
“We know that students need tolearn good digital citizenship”Andrew Campbell, teacher at Major BallacheyPublic SchoolPhoto...
“We’re in the job of teaching kids tocommunicate”, using technology.Andr ewCampbel l , t eacherat Maj or Bal l acheyPubl i...
Useful statistics and articles• http://snow.idrc.ocad.ca/node/227• http://www.edweek.org/media/teachertechusagesurveyresul...
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  1. 1. Technology and theclassroomPhoto credit: Schplook, flickr
  2. 2. “Technology in the classroom ismerely a tool for learningjust like an educationalassistant, a dictionary oreven a desk.”Technology in the classroom isn’t Utopia It’s amust. by Cindy MatthewsPhoto credit: Mediajon, Flickr
  3. 3. In America, 97% of schools hadinternet connectivity as of 2010.Photo credit: Daniel*1977, Flickr
  4. 4. Why not make use of it as ateaching tool?Photocredit:Seoirse, Flickr
  5. 5. Somemay sayit isscary…Photo credit: victria1, flickr
  6. 6. But 74% of teachers believe that itreinforces and expands on contents…Photo credit: Alex D. Dillon, flickr
  7. 7. …and that itmotivatesstudents tolearn.Photo credit: AnneCN, flickr
  8. 8. 73% of teachersbelieve thattechnologyresponds to avariety oflearning stylesPhoto credit: Nazareth College Admissions, flickr
  9. 9. Why not make use of it if teachers seesuch benefits?Photo credit: evmaiden, flickr
  10. 10. In Canada, there are 0.73computers per student.Photo credit: arlington.library, flickr
  11. 11. Theresourcesare NOTlimited.Photo credit: Konstantin Yolshin, flickr
  12. 12. Technologymakes studentsmore engagedand enthusiasticabout learning.Photo credit: akiko@flickr, flickr
  13. 13. No wonder 91% of teachers useinteractive white boardsPhoto credit: jisc_infonet, flickr
  14. 14. 80% use interactive tablesPhoto credit: Peter Bromley, flickr
  15. 15. 90% useprojectorsPhoto credit: maccate, flickr
  16. 16. Photo credit: James F Clay, flickr
  17. 17. “You can‟t just slap a netbook on top of atextbook and say, „Great, now we havetechnology‟.”Bob Wise, former governor of West Virginia and president of the Alliance for ExcellentEducation, an advocacy organizationPhoto credit: Avella2012, flickr
  18. 18. Teachers have to adjust the technologyto the classroom.Photo credit: Robert Pollack, flickr
  19. 19. Using computers, students can work at theirown pace and…Photo credit: Milly L, flickr
  20. 20. …it encourages them toshare strategies withfellow classmates thatmay be having difficulties.Photo credit: SpecialKRB, flickr
  21. 21. Technology canpermit studentstocommunicateandcollaboratewith experts (e.g.online tutors)and…Photo credit: Jennyjo71, flickr
  22. 22. … with fellow classmates that may livearound the globe.Photo credit: Students of the World Photography, flickr
  23. 23. “We know that students need tolearn good digital citizenship”Andrew Campbell, teacher at Major BallacheyPublic SchoolPhoto credit: mocachip, flickr
  24. 24. “We’re in the job of teaching kids tocommunicate”, using technology.Andr ewCampbel l , t eacherat Maj or Bal l acheyPubl i c SchoolPhoto credit: casch52, flickr
  25. 25. Useful statistics and articles• http://snow.idrc.ocad.ca/node/227• http://www.edweek.org/media/teachertechusagesurveyresults.pdf• http://www.edweek.org/ew/issues/technology-in-education/• http://www.sedl.org/pubs/tec26/cnc.htmlPhoto credit: esoule, flickr

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