Improving Classroom Performance through IT Persuasive Essay by Writing Specialists

Improving Classroom Performance through IT
This paper describes implementing technology-based learning strategies in the classroom.
# 91991 | 1,050 words | 11 sources | APA | 2007 | US
Published on Feb 11, 2007 in Education (Teaching Methods) , Education (Education and Computers)


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Description:

The premise of this paper is to illustrate through a case study and research that there is a strong correlation between an instructors' ability to harness new IT tools and improved classroom performance. The paper further explores the vast amount of educational content available on the Internet, and the importance of integrating this information into instructors' curricula. The author concludes that the major obstacle to implementing this technology is resistance to change.

Introduction
Challenges with Applying Technologies in Classrooms
Recommendations and Further Research

From the Paper:

"The effectiveness of instructors to consistently deliver the best experience for their students in terms of lasting learning and retention begins with a core set of communication techniques, tools and talents those that gravitate to education possess. With the advent of the Internet and the rapid growth of all types of digital content, from the written to the spoken word, to digital static images to videos and full-length training tapes, the speed and ubiquity of the Internet is changing teaching. This translates into opportunities for instructors at all levels to further increase their ability to deliver valuable content to students, and it's increasingly becoming clear that this can be done either in the classroom or via the Internet, to other continents at the same time. This is nothing short of a revolution in how learning is taking place, and it's irreversible as Thomas Friedman (2005) mentions in his book, The World Is Flat, that knowledge and its fluidity is the new asset, not factories and fixed assets."

Sample of Sources Used:

  • AMR Research (2003) - Change Management and Learning: The Hidden Costs. AMR Research. Boston, MA. June, 2003. Customer Learning Staff.
  • AMR Research (2005) - Developing Wining Learning Programs through Enterprise Content Management Strategies. AMR Research. Boston, MA. Erik Erling. May 2005
  • Columbus (2000) - The Hidden Costs of Content. AMR Research. Boston, MA Louis Columbus. June, 2000
  • Columbus and Murphy (2002) - Re-orienting your knowledge and content management strategies. AMR Research. Louis Columbus and Jim Murphy. October 2002.
  • Forrester Research (2004) - Learning Through Content Management: Future Trends. Forrester Research. Cambridge, MA. March, 2004.

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