By: Megan Duncan
   Its not about all the technology that is    available, it’s about how you use and adapt    this tools to better your c...
   More technology     Smart boards     Ipads     Document Cameras     Laptops     Cell Phones with longer lasting b...
   Taking virtual field trips       Can connect to the web       Go visit museums, safaris, space stations   In the cl...
   Graphic Organizers       Neater and visually enhanced       Can be viewed by everyone from the screen   Podcasts   ...
   Makes learning more fun   Students are more engaged   Allows many different multiple intelligences to    be reached...
   Can practice taking the test together   Can help the visual and tactile learners   Creates more opportunities to pra...
   Flip Video Cameras: Students create videos or    presentations in the classroom.       Cost: $150   Smart slate: Tea...
Ipads: Students can have more mobile access and  still have internet and options available.       Cost: $400 and up   Cl...
   http://youtu.be/08q4btPYswI   http://youtu.be/mcksh4DuQas   How to set up computers in your classroom:       http:/...
   http://www.nea.org/home/46989.htm   http://www.edutopia.org/stw-differentiated-instruction-technology-    product-gui...
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21st century learners and classrooms

  1. 1. By: Megan Duncan
  2. 2.  Its not about all the technology that is available, it’s about how you use and adapt this tools to better your classroom! There is more electronic devices and technology available to help students learn. The learners are learning better from these new technologies because that is what they are growing up with. It is our job as teachers to grow with them and the technology.
  3. 3.  More technology  Smart boards  Ipads  Document Cameras  Laptops  Cell Phones with longer lasting batteries  Internet  Electronic books And so much more……
  4. 4.  Taking virtual field trips  Can connect to the web  Go visit museums, safaris, space stations In the classroom  To help students understand  More mobile  Hands on
  5. 5.  Graphic Organizers  Neater and visually enhanced  Can be viewed by everyone from the screen Podcasts  Teachers can send podcasts for students to listen to on the go Internet  Search new and exciting things  Replaces the dictionary Document Cameras  Students can see books, papers, etc.
  6. 6.  Makes learning more fun Students are more engaged Allows many different multiple intelligences to be reached Has the teacher and students interactive Can use Skype to be interactive even when students are absent. Email  Easier than writing and less chance of getting lost
  7. 7.  Can practice taking the test together Can help the visual and tactile learners Creates more opportunities to practice Using interactive Hyper linking Manipulative choices online Using clickers  Students are more hands on.
  8. 8.  Flip Video Cameras: Students create videos or presentations in the classroom.  Cost: $150 Smart slate: Teacher and student can control the computer from all areas of the classroom.  Cost: $300 Smart boards: Giant screen that the students can touch and interact with.  Cost: $1,200 for the board, $500 for the projector
  9. 9. Ipads: Students can have more mobile access and still have internet and options available.  Cost: $400 and up Clickers: Allows students to put their answers in electronically and as a class check how many understand.  Cost: $ 100 and up Elmo Document Camera: Students can see what the teacher is displaying with more ease.  Cost: $400
  10. 10.  http://youtu.be/08q4btPYswI http://youtu.be/mcksh4DuQas How to set up computers in your classroom:  http://teacher.scholastic.com/professional/teachtec h/techsetup.htm
  11. 11.  http://www.nea.org/home/46989.htm http://www.edutopia.org/stw-differentiated-instruction-technology- product-guide http://www.ehow.com/list_6071749_ways-use-technology-elementary- classroom.html http://2012.eetcconference.org/wp- content/uploads/Differentiating_Instruction_Tech_in_Elementary.pdf http://www.west.asu.edu/nlii/technology.htm

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