Wednesday, September 08, 2004

Rules of Thumb

Rules of Thumb for using Technology in the Classroom:
1)Technology does not take the responsibility away from the teacher, neither does it replace the teacher.
2)Not all students will respond to technology or computers, so teachers should maintain a variety of assignments to appeal to a variety of learning types.

PS: It's a Pitaya. I know--it's an onomatopoeia for a spitting motion, but it's actually rather delicious.


At September 13, 2004 12:47 PM , Blogger Benjamin Sheldon said...

I agree that technology cannot and should not replace the teacher

At September 13, 2004 2:40 PM , Blogger Jared Robinson said...

I couldn't agree more with your rules of thumb. Your first rule of thumb was one of my most important concerns with the article we read for today. It seemed to imply that for some subjects, technology is a better teacher than the teacher. I hope this is never the case with me.


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