Applying Technology in the Classroom<br />
Technology in lessons are important because it allows students to be more “interactive and allow[s] [them] to develop thei...
Creates a more in depth and deeper understand of the curriculum<br />Students become the active role instead of the passiv...
How to Apply Technology in a lesson<br />In the beginning of the lesson:  Hook the students to get them engaged in learnin...
Technology helps Differentiate Instruction<br />“Information technologies can permit [the students] to break step with the...
Low level students:  <br />Help them become sure of themselves and work on their own learning level<br />High level studen...
Different Learning Styles<br />-technology can help emphasize and touch on all learning styles<br />Auditory<br />Kinesthe...
Technology Help Increase Students Motivation<br />Allows the students to show their own self expression<br />Shows their c...
Technology Help Increase Students Self-Esteem<br />Technology has proven to help students self-esteem in school by helping...
Resources For Educators<br />Elmo<br />promethean board<br />Computer games:<br />www.jumpstart.com<br />www.multiplicatio...
Remember:<br />“…technologies are revolutionizing the world our children live in” (Kneas & Perry, n.d.)  <br />Remember in...
Reference<br />Page, J. (2007, November). The ten 	fundamental reasons for technology in 	education. Retrieved from 	http:...
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  1. 1. Applying Technology in the Classroom<br />
  2. 2. Technology in lessons are important because it allows students to be more “interactive and allow[s] [them] to develop their curiosity, problem solving and independent thinking skills” (Kneas & Perry, n.d.).<br />
  3. 3. Creates a more in depth and deeper understand of the curriculum<br />Students become the active role instead of the passive role in the classroom<br />Use higher order levels of thinking in the curriculum<br />
  4. 4. How to Apply Technology in a lesson<br />In the beginning of the lesson: Hook the students to get them engaged in learning<br />In the middle of the lesson: help students understand the material and apply it<br />After the lesson: use it as a tool for students to connect what they are learning to the real world<br />
  5. 5. Technology helps Differentiate Instruction<br />“Information technologies can permit [the students] to break step with the class and go at a pace and order that suits that student better” (Page, 2007).<br />Page, j. (2007, November). The ten fundamental reasons for technology in education.. Retrieved from http://www.mathopenref.com/site/techreasons.html<br />
  6. 6. Low level students: <br />Help them become sure of themselves and work on their own learning level<br />High level students:<br />Prevent boredom and work on their own learning level<br />
  7. 7. Different Learning Styles<br />-technology can help emphasize and touch on all learning styles<br />Auditory<br />Kinesthetic <br />Visual<br />
  8. 8. Technology Help Increase Students Motivation<br />Allows the students to show their own self expression<br />Shows their creativity <br />More interactive and hands on<br />
  9. 9. Technology Help Increase Students Self-Esteem<br />Technology has proven to help students self-esteem in school by helping them experience being good at something and helping other classmates out who need help. <br />
  10. 10. Resources For Educators<br />Elmo<br />promethean board<br />Computer games:<br />www.jumpstart.com<br />www.multiplication.com<br />www.funbrain.com<br />
  11. 11. Remember:<br />“…technologies are revolutionizing the world our children live in” (Kneas & Perry, n.d.) <br />Remember in order to keep students engaged, technology has to be implemented in the curriculum!<br />Kneas, K., & Perry, B. (n.d.). Using technology in the <br /> Early childhood classroom. Retrieved from <br /> http://teacher.scholastic.com/professional/bruceperry/using_technology.htm<br />
  12. 12. Reference<br />Page, J. (2007, November). The ten fundamental reasons for technology in education. Retrieved from http://www.mathopenref.com/site.techreasons.html<br />Kneas, K., & Perry, B. (n.d.). Using technology in the early childhood classroom. Retrieved from http://teacher.scholastic.com/professional/bruceperry/using_technology.htm<br />

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