1/23/2016 07:35:13 am
Technology is very important in the classroom.In digital age students learned a lot.When students have this technology they can create and innovate things and engage the students.In science class they can learn how to dissect the animals and learn the body systems.
1/23/2016 07:51:26 am
You're right, using technology in your science classroom will allow your students to experience a wide range of content, allowing them to witness explore the world around them.
1/23/2016 07:35:34 am
I really appreciate how technology boosts the creativity of my
1/23/2016 07:40:19 am
Emerson's Live Blog, is open today to share and discuss, how I would incorporate technology into my class instruction.
1/23/2016 07:43:08 am
Based on what I read, I know that a priceless key point from the article is a "Real-Life Work Experience" opens the door to adventure. Technology makes learning interactive and seeing is believing.
1/23/2016 08:32:46 am
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1/23/2016 08:39:43 am
1/23/2016 07:53:20 am
According to an article on integrating technology in the classroom which focused on pictures are worth 1000 words In Prekindergarten student photos tell sequence stories where students describe what happened first, next, and last. We use their photos and their peers photos to tell a stories. Children then journal their story or their peers, It's their choice.
1/23/2016 08:51:16 am
Very informative. I really like the way you explain how preschoolers use technology. Technology does not only include computers, but using photos, smartboard instruction, and music are also part of it. Thank you for adding it into your lesson.
1/23/2016 07:54:29 am
I agree that incorporating technology into the classroom is essential to learning. Not only does it help drive instruction, but it keeps students engaged. It could be a great way to do formative assessments and to get immediate feedback from the students. Technology can be used in various ways in mathematics i.e. connecting the objectives to real-world situations and forcing students to understand and utilize vocabulary for example.
1/23/2016 07:56:45 am
Based on what I read, I know that infusing technology into classroom activities will create students who are ready for the future world. It is important to embrace technology rather than repel it and mold it into a strategy beneficial to the classroom.
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