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By: Emily Brown
 Article    One: Levels of Technology Implementation : A        Framework for Measuring Classroom technology Use Article...
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 Also mention throughout the article were the  various newly forming and popular technologies  taking storm throughout th...
I agreed with everything that Moersch was saying especially the section on teachers feeling uncomfortable using technolog...
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   The article continues to    mention the positives    that result from using    podcast in the school    setting. Inclu...
 I love the idea of the podcast being integrated  into the educational field. Not only is this a  great newly forming tec...
   The article by Stephen Downes defined blogging as    being the “virtual extension of the classroom” in the    way that...
   Blogging in an educational    setting is also a great way for    student as well as parents to    keep a personal jour...
 Blog to me is the best kept secret in any  educational field. Why not implement a tool in  which communication with pare...
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Educational technology

  1. 1. By: Emily Brown
  2. 2.  Article One: Levels of Technology Implementation : A Framework for Measuring Classroom technology Use Article Two: Principles and Pedagogy: The Two Ps of Podcasting in the Information Technology Classroom  Article Three: Educational Blogging: Attention, Engagement and the Next Generation
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  4. 4.  Also mention throughout the article were the various newly forming and popular technologies taking storm throughout the classroom. Popularly mentioned and used included:1. Interactive Powerpoints2. Smart Boards3. Podcasting4. Blogging5. Electronic Portfolios6. Computer Simulations7. Various Educations Software such as Adobe, Click for Journey Ed and Rosetta Stone my thoughts…
  5. 5. I agreed with everything that Moersch was saying especially the section on teachers feeling uncomfortable using technology. Even in many of my college classes teacher often resort to student help when using items such as the projectors and the various navigation with websites and programs. I think from his article to two most important technologies in education include podcasting and blogging.1.Technology is a emerging quality of the world2. Education has to adapt as times change3. Fresh new take on keeping student interested
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  7. 7.  The article continues to mention the positives that result from using podcast in the school setting. Including the option of the podcast being used as a studying device, resource for a missed lecture and even a personal tutor. The great thing about a podcast is that most have the option of live feed via webcame. Click for my thoughts…
  8. 8.  I love the idea of the podcast being integrated into the educational field. Not only is this a great newly forming technology it is also one that can be used quickly, conveniently and often. Not to mention that it is a cheap inexpensive way to keep connected and informed. Most of my online classes use the podcast feature including the live via webcam feature to complete projects, listen to lectures and a mean of review for test and quizzes. 1.Expansion of Education Globally 2.Cheap/Inexpensive 3.Great study tool, personal tutor and creates better speaking skills
  9. 9.  The article by Stephen Downes defined blogging as being the “virtual extension of the classroom” in the way that it opens a students restricted setting to a more open ended environment. “Blogging is an opportunity to exchange our point of view with the rest of the world not just people in our immediate environment.” Not only does blogging increase students skills with typing, language, technology use and reading it also creates a greater sense of culture. Blog in an educational setting can serve as a why for teachers to post updates regarding test, answers to questions, homework, pop quizzes and thing along to manner as picture day or extracurricular events as well. Click to cont…
  10. 10.  Blogging in an educational setting is also a great way for student as well as parents to keep a personal journal of his or her progress. With the fact that blog are dated and most often time-stamped this feature allows students as well as teachers to search via date any specific item such as topic, reading assignments, pop quizzes and etc. Blogs also hold a strong sense of security where passwords and acceptance from a master starter are a requirement enabling security and the comfort of privacy. Click for my thoughts…
  11. 11.  Blog to me is the best kept secret in any educational field. Why not implement a tool in which communication with parents, students and employees would not only be faster and more convenient but also organized. I love the options of privacy as well as the ability to continually keep in contact with particular individuals. This will probably be the most used feature in my classroom when I become a teacher. Not only is it a fun way for students to use technology; it is a fun way for students to learn. 1.Fun 2.Easy 3.Convenient
  12. 12. Back to Menu With a world constantly changing with various technology, the same changes have to be made within Education. As time call for a more communicative environment, the same standards have to be introduce, implemented and used with our classrooms Technology is a new, fresh outlook of the future of our classroom and the future of our students. Downes, S. (2004). Educational blogging: attention, engagement and the next generation. Educause Review, 39(4), 1-3. Frydenberg, M. (2008). Principles and pedagogy: the two ps of podcasting in the information technology classroom. information System Education Journal, 6(6), 1-11. Moersch , C. (1998). Levels of technology implementation: a framework for measuring technology use. Learning and Leading with Technology, 40-43.

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