|What are some ways you have incorporated technology into the classroom.
Use of blogs, wikis and other social software.
Wiziq.com and YouTube.com
We use language laboratory with earphone and microphones.
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Once early education skills and the basics are presented, I use video flashcards to reinforce the basics and other videos to teach documentary type information. We have a whiteboard video presentation for math and science which is a big help to the student who needs to go back to an earlier lesson. It is a time saver for the teacher as well. I also use audiobooks to cover such as the Catechism, history, Lives of the Saints, and other classics. I do not use these to replace reading, only to enlarge the number of topics covered in a short time, or to review material in an ambient setting doing light chores or driving/riding.
At higher levels we have been happy to have such as the Mavis Beacon Premium start our students' keyboarding and computer skills. When it is appropriate we have also encouraged them to use the Internet for research and communication.
I use technology to show videos, to access websites, to show paintings, to show movie trailers, to communicate with students, at all times of the day and night.
teaching with the aid of computers, gathering information from internet.
I use power point presentations with lot of pictures of the real insidences to teach. Also depend google earth to show the terminals , panama canals etc . Also uses clippings of ship accidents, container damages etc.
My school is a K-12 cyber school. Students take their core subject from home via the internet and web-based lessons. Students at the Performing and Fine Arts Center commute in twice a week for a full-day of immersion in the arts. This hybrid model of online learning with traditional classroom is, I believe, a model for the future of public education.
I use Finale software to teach music composition, Smart Music to imrprove the skills of my instrumental music students, and Musica Practica to drill students on music theory concepts. I use flash video and mp3s on my class web pages to provide examples of music and concepts we cover in class. I also teach several "remote access" students who are studying an instrument at home. They work on Smart Music assignments to submit and meet with me via webcam in a chat room periodically for a lesson.
Quality and training courses, technical equipment at home teachers, motivation of teachers and pupils
I teach a fully online master's level course where the majority of the content, interaction, and feedback for the course take place in the "clouds" outside the context of the course management system. This presentation will ask you to step into the "cloud" with me to consider possibilities for your own instruction. I will show you my "cloud" and how I am exploring what it really means to be student-centered. I will show you what happens when several web 2.0 technologies (twitter, voicethread, diigo, edublogs, jing, meebome, seesmic, youtube, gcast, audacity, polldaddy) are stitched together into one fully online course in moodle.
I use a lot social media. Students need to have technological abilities, as researching in the web.
I've brought books into the classroom, they are a marvel to use. Instant on, all indexed and easy to find information...
I use sidewalk chalk outdoors to illustrate various design problems.
I use Post-Its (TM) in the class for idea generation and aggregation.
White boards are constantly in use.
Oh yes, I also use computers to teach video editing and cameras for gathering editable files.
I only teach online.
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