Integrating Technology in the Classroom
Looks at some effective strategies used to integrate the ethical use of technology into the K-12 curriculum.
# 29633 | 1,803 words | 4 sources | APA | 2002 |
Published on Aug 05, 2003 in Education (Curriculum) , Education (Teaching Methods) , Education (Education and Computers) , Computer and Technology (General)
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This paper puts forth a plan for implementing, most successfully, the "No Child Left Behind Act of 2001". It suggests that the best way to achieve the objective of this Act, i.e., closing the achievement gap between disadvantaged and struggling students and their peers, is by ensuring that all the components for successful integration of technology are in place. The paper suggests that the primary ethical concerns of access, attitude, training, and support must be addressed before moving on to the more popular topic of integrating instructional technology into the classroom. The paper then goes on to discuss the different concepts and approaches considered when trying to improve instructional technology.
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