|Author:||Ruth Najda,etc.,Lynda McNee,Linda Cracknell|
|Title:||Technology, Who Needs it?: A Classroom Pack for Use with 9-11 Year Olds|
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|ePUB size:||1541 kb|
|FB2 size:||1250 kb|
|DJVU size:||1370 kb|
|Category:||Growing Up and Facts of Life|
|Publisher:||Scottish Development Education Centre (September 1994)|
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Technology, Who Needs It?: A Classroom Pack For Use With 9 11 Year Olds by. Ruth Najda, Linda Cracknell (Illustrator). Lynda McNee (Illustrator).
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File this under lessons that must be repeated multiple times throughout the year! I hosted my very first classroom Book Tasting yesterday, and my students were ALL IN! Book Tastings are a wonderful way to get kids engaged in reading and familiarizing them with a wide variety of genres. As an extra bonus, they get to practice Read to Self and find good fit books. At the end of the tasting, they all end up with a list of books that they can't wait to read.
Here are some of the main benefits of using technology in the classroom. Technology provides great opportunities for making learning more effective for everyone with different needs. Encourages collaboration.
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It's one thing to use mobile devices, it's a completely other thing to know how to use them correctly and responsibly. Most students today have been using mobile devices like tablets and smartphones to play and learn since they could crawl. With technology in the classroom the teacher becomes the encourager, adviser, and coach. 9) Technology helps students be more responsible. Owning your own device or borrowing the school's devices gives students the opportunity to improve their decision making skills as well as taking ownership of a valuable (and often times expensive) device. Again, this needs to be complemented by proper digital citizenship training to see the best results. 10) Technology transforms the learning experience.