Ch 7: Educational Technology for Specific Subjects

About This Chapter

If you're a teacher who's looking to incorporate technology to enhance your students' learning experiences in specific subjects, you've come to the right place. We'll help you implement subject specific teaching enrichment with technology, making your lessons both entertaining and informative.

Educational Technology for Specific Subjects - Chapter Summary

In this chapter we'll show you how you can use technology to enrich your lessons in several different subjects. You'll discover:

  • How technology is used in math classrooms
  • How you can use phone apps to enrich your students' mathematics learning
  • Different technological options available to ELA, science, and foreign language teachers
  • What technology can do to improve your students' understanding of music lessons

How It Helps

  • Increased Versatility: With a better understanding of how to incorporate technology into your lesson plans you'll be much more versatile when teaching, making it easier for you to meet the educational needs of your students.
  • More Entertaining Lesson Plans: Your students will love seeing fun phone apps incorporated into your lesson plans, making them more attentive and productive.
  • More Thorough Comprehension: Using technology can give your students the opportunity to dig deep into the subject, with a truly hands-on approach that pays respect to the modern age.

Skills Covered:

By the end of the chapter you'll be able to:

  • Incorporate technology in your math lessons
  • Use phone apps and games to enrich your student's mathematics education
  • Utilize technology in an ELA classroom
  • Apply different methods for using technology to improve your science lesson plans
  • Understand why foreign language classrooms are an ideal choice for using technology to assist your students
  • See how technology can improve your lessons even in the most unexpected places, like musical studies

6 Lessons in Chapter 7: Educational Technology for Specific Subjects
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Math Technology in the Classroom

1. Math Technology in the Classroom

Teachers use lots of tools to keep students engaged and active learners. Math class is no exception, and technology is a great way to hook learners. This lesson examines how math technology can be used in pre-K through 12 classrooms.

Using Math Game Apps with Students

2. Using Math Game Apps with Students

Using games as an educational tool isn't a new concept, but using apps to engage learners is.In this lesson, you'll get up-to-date information about apps that can be used to supplement the math classroom.

Technology in the ELA Classroom

3. Technology in the ELA Classroom

Is it possible to keep every student in your ELA classroom engaged regardless of their learning level? Absolutely! This lesson is designed to define and describe technological applications that can help students in ELA.

Technology in the Science Classroom

4. Technology in the Science Classroom

Technology integration in the science classroom can be approached in several different ways. In this lesson, we'll look at technology integration from a conventional inquiry-based instruction approach, as well as the levels of technology integration that can be applied to the science classroom.

Technology in the Foreign Language Classroom

5. Technology in the Foreign Language Classroom

We all know that teachers use technology in classrooms every day across the nation. What about foreign language classrooms? How does technology enhance learning another language? Read on to find out.

Technology in the Music Classroom

6. Technology in the Music Classroom

When you think of something artistic like music, you may assume it has no use for technology, but this isn't the case. Using technology in the music classroom has many advantages. Let's learn about some ways technology can enhance music education.

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