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Integration of Technology for Teachers - Chapter Summary
In this chapter, you'll review technology integration for teachers. These lessons cover research on classroom technology and information on the latest educational technology trends that teachers can utilize successfully in their classrooms. Once you complete this chapter, you should be able to:
- Effectively teach students in the digital generation
- Use technology in the classroom to enrich your curriculum
- Demonstrate the effective use of digital tools
- Customize learning using digital tools
Our mobile-friendly lessons are created by professional instructors who know how to present you with this information in user-friendly and thorough ways. Take the short quiz that follows each lesson to test your understanding and see where you need to study to master this information. You're welcome to reach out to one of our instructors if you need any help.
1. Understanding and Teaching the Digital Generation
If your teaching in the 21st century, your students most likely belong to the digital generation. In this lesson, we'll provide you with a general overview of how to appeal to and engage members of the digital generation in the classroom.
2. Research on Technology in the Classroom
These days, it's nearly impossible to find a classroom that doesn't have at least one computer in it. Fortunately, research suggests adding technology to a classroom can have a positive effect on teaching and learning.
3. Educational Technology Trends: What Teachers Should Know
Educational technology is becoming incredibly important in the classroom and to student learning in general. This lesson will detail some of the trends of educational technology so that you can best implement this technology into your own classroom.
4. Using Technology in the Classroom
Technology has become much more prevalent and available in the classroom. This lesson will offer some guidelines and strategies for using technology in the classroom.
5. Digital Tools: Demonstrating Effective Use & Leadership
Instructional technology is here to stay in 21st century learning. Learn how to be a leader in the use of digital tools in your school or district, community, and classroom, including switching to a flipped classroom.
6. Using Digital Tools to Customize Learning
Digital tools and instructional technology resources allow for students to learn according to their learning style. Leveraging these resources creates instructional opportunities for teachers to flip their classroom.
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