Best Practices of Using Technology in the Classroom

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Best Practices of Using Technology in the Classroom

“With some research, creativity, and professional development, any school can stop talking about becoming a 21st Century school and confidently become a 21st Century School (Byrne, 2009).” Technology is becoming more and more embedded into classroom instruction. Some of these technologies include using Web 2.0 application, project-based learning (PBL), and using classroom response systems, otherwise known as clickers, in the classroom. These technologies offer some of the latest and best practices in using technology effectively to engage students’ within learning environments. Web 2.0 applications are free which any educator can use to enhance their instruction. Technology by itself will not create more engage or better students, but Bryne (2009) asserts “..well-chosen technology resources infused into classroom instruction can create more engaged and better students (p. 2).” This allows students to create meaningful connection and/or help create classroom content rather than simply using the tradition way of auditory learning. There are many different Web 2.0 application th...  

“With some research, creativity, and professional development, any school can stop talking about becoming a 21st Century school and confidently become a 21st Century School (Byrne, 2009).” Technology is becoming more and more embedded into classroom instruction. Some of these technologies include using Web 2.0 application, project-based learning (PBL), and using classroom response systems, otherwise known as clickers, in the classroom. These technologies offer some of the latest and best practices in using technology effectively to engage students’ within learning environments.
Web 2.0 applications are free which any educator can use to enhance their instruction. Technology by itself will not create more engage or better students, but Bryne (2009) asserts “..well-chosen technology resources infused into classroom instruction can create more engaged and better students (p. 2).” This allows students to create meaningful connection and/or help create classroom content rather than simply using the tradition way of auditory learning. There are many different Web 2.0 application th…

 


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