Monday, September 13, 2004

3 rules of thumb:

1) Teachers should be well educated in integrating technology before incorporating it into the classroom. (Nicole)
2)Technology does not take the responsibility away from the teacher, neither does it replace the teacher (mine).
3) To make technology work in the classroom, students need to give the program intelligence and not the other way around (Caroline).

3 Comments:

At September 13, 2004 2:36 PM , Blogger Jared Robinson said...

Danielle,
How interesting that the two experience that you chose to share both had signigicant negative components. I have observed in a classroom where students had an internet assignment during a whole class period. This professor outlined the assignment well, but there were problems with students being on task.

What do you think teachers can do in such a situation to moniter students and encourage them to be on task.

 
At September 13, 2004 2:37 PM , Blogger Jared Robinson said...

Danielle,
How interesting that the two experience that you chose to share both had signigicant negative components. I have observed in a classroom where students had an internet assignment during a whole class period. This professor outlined the assignment well, but there were problems with students being on task.

What do you think teachers can do in such a situation to moniter students and encourage them to be on task?

 
At September 16, 2004 7:59 AM , Blogger Rick said...

Danielle,
Some of the IPT 286 professors and myself are submitting our class for a possible award. We had to list good examples of several of the assignments. I know it's early in the semester, but you seem to be one who is excited about blogging, so I listed your blog as an example. If that bothers you, let me know!

 

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