As teachers, we have one or more and often use a combination of these technologies combined with much educational software to learn in and out of the classrooms, including computers, laptops, tablets, and smartphones. Teachers use these technologies to present information to students. The students receive the information and learn through the same types of technology and on the same software. This will help students expand their understanding of cultural diversity by showing them through things like YouTube videos, live and recorded lectures, and interactive games.
Technology helps research, writing, and communication skills by allowing students to learn through their textbooks and lectures and hear the audible version through an mp3 file. They can digest the information through an informative but fun cartoon through PowToon uploaded to YouTube.
The teachers give work to students through software like google classroom, where the teacher can teach through things like google docs, slides, sites, sheets, Jam Boards, and at the same time teach the students how to use and do their work through the same google software. Google Meet allows the class to meet virtually instead of in the classroom. Today we call this a virtual meet. Teachers can put out a time and code to the class through things like Twitter to meet virtually.
Social media is an excellent place for a teacher to communicate information to the class, their parents/guardians, and the rest of the public about details concerning education. Teachers can put out friendly homework reminders. Students can reach out for help through social media such as Facebook and Twitter.
Advanced technology, now just in its infancy, is now slowly creeping into classrooms, technology like virtual reality (VR), Augmented Reality (AR), 3D printing, Cloud Computing, Multi-Touch LCD Screens, and Biometrics Eye-Tracking. As one can see, there are many ways of learning in today’s classroom that meets each student’s learning needs.
Technology is abundant in the classroom. Utilizing it allows for a beautiful tool to support the curriculum while enabling everyone regardless of race, religion, ethnicity, gender, language, socioeconomic status, or lifestyle.
With these many examples, this technology is just being born. It is only decades old—in terms of how long people have been around—the technological evolution is just beginning.
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“I am not here to build a business; I am not here to build a corporation; Not here to build Schools; I am not here to build churches—I am no Mother Theresa. What I will do, though, is—lead a legacy.”
– Dean Mathers