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Communicating via Technology - Chapter Summary
As technological advancements rapidly rise and our usage and dependence on technology in several aspects of our lives increases, understanding its purpose and potential usefulness in the classroom is necessary for modern-day educators. Watch the video lessons in this chapter to learn ways of understanding and incorporating technology into your communications as a counselor. These lessons discuss:
- Instructional strategies for teaching digital literacy in the classroom
- Exploring the digital generation and how to best meet their teaching needs
- Examination of technology ethics pertaining to classroom usage
- Using technologies for collaboration and group communication
You are most likely already familiar with the idea of communicating through technology, however, the lessons in this chapter will help you understand and effectively apply it from a teaching perspective. Each video lesson comes with a full video transcript that can be used to study the concepts covered. Use the lesson quizzes and chapter exam as opportunities to practice what you've learned and re-review any information, if necessary.
1. Teaching Digital Literacy in the Classroom
Digital literacy is an important skill for your students to learn. This lesson will provide strategies and tips for teaching digital literacy in your classroom.
2. Understanding and Teaching the Digital Generation
Teaching in the 21st century means that your students belong to the digital generation. These students learn in different ways and this lesson will help you teach and understand them better.
3. Technology Ethics in the Classroom
The accessibility of information through technology is endless. In the classroom, students and teachers must follow ethical guidelines for appropriate use. In this lesson, you'll learn what some of the expectations are and how to use them.
4. Technologies for Group Communication and Collaboration: Groupware, Teleconferencing & Virtual Worlds
Technologies for group communication and collaboration allow intricate business relationships to exist and deliver productivity no matter where the employee is located. Groupware, teleconferencing and virtual worlds are three ways that technology is changing the face of the workplace.
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