Week 7 – Classroom Technology

Learning Goals

Goal One: To find ways to integrate technology and facilitate participation of information sharing through the curriculum to improve student achievement.

Goal Two: Learn, use, and take advantage of instructional technologies as devices of teaching critical thinking and problem solving skills.

Goal Three: To develop a list of resources to provide each student with a challenging and relevant learning environment as a way to better help each child learn at their own pace.

Goal Four: To learn to use and take advantage of technology for the communication between teachers and other professionals in order to share resources.

Resource Three: www.pinterest.com/classroom-technology-blogs/

Reasons Behind My Resources

By searching Pinterest, a never-ending blog site, you can find thousands of apps ranging from teaching you how to develop a technology-based classroom to apps for connecting with parents to presentation technology tools for kids and teachers. By simply searching key words or specific titles, you will find yourself in a wonder of information that can answer any problem.



The Helpfulness of the Above Resources

Pinterest is a great way for students, teachers, and parents to find resources on educational technology that is both free and user friendly that can assist in learning. Products range from educational apps, games, to learning how to read or how to manage a classroom. Through Pinterest, you can send both private messages and tag students/co-workers/parents to share links between one another. Pinterest can be used as a collaborative app between students and teachers, can assist in the development of lesson plans, and is a never-ending book of learning networks between teachers.



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