Instructional Technology Analytical Essay by zard

Instructional Technology
This paper shows how educators now have a wide variety of resources available to them, which may not be traditional resources.
# 2790 | 841 words | 5 sources | 2001 | US


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Description:

Over the last decade, computer use at home, industry and educational sites has risen dramatically. This paper shows how educators now have a wide variety of resources available to them, which may not be traditional resources. Educators who are in the field of teaching must adapt their classroom teaching methods and resources to include the newest technology. With this in mind, the subject of trends for instructional media and technology in the K-12 education setting is a topic in which many educators follow regularly. Because of the wide range of views and technology, many resources concerning this topic can be found.

From the Paper:

"The article titled "Are our children ready for the future? A look at technology in education" by Leslie Prawd (1996), gives a unique perspective of technologies past, present and future in the K-12 classroom. Specifically, Prawd (1996), points out that there are many areas in which classroom technology can improve in order to be ready for the future. In order to improve, there needs to be a commitment from the community and educators. Once this has taken place, educators will be able to continue to include additional technologies into the classroom and students will benefit from the inclusion of technology and the new activities in which they will participate."

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