Tuesday, July 31, 2007

Hi all,

I was doing some reading on the web in regard to tech in the classroom and found this interesting. There is a link below to the rest of the article.

Tell me what you think.


Techlearning blog

Psychology, not technology,

If you're wary of technology, that sounds suspiciously like a coded message:

"You're not doing as good a job as you could be doing, but don't worry, I can help."

If you happen to be younger than the teacher concerned, the message is likely to be even less warmly received. So what is the answer?

Firstly, forget about doing the same stuff better. What is really interesting is doing stuff that you simply can't do in the normal classroom.

1 comment:

jamie said...

Interesting article. I believe that many teachers wish to integrate technology more but feel limited by lack of knowledge, training or resources. I look at technology as not replacing what we do but an extension of the things we can do. And with it, we can help enhance our students' experience.


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