Ch 10: Utilizing Technology in the Classroom

About This Chapter

This chapter offers an engaging look at ways to utilize technology in the classroom. If you are studying for an upcoming test, our fun lessons and short quizzes can boost your knowledge and ensure you're ready and able to excel on related questions.

Utilizing Technology in the Classroom - Chapter Summary

Strengthen your knowledge of ways to utilize technology in the classroom using this chapter. The bite-sized lessons explore ways to use technology when teaching a variety of subjects to young students. Studying these lessons will ensure you're ready to do the following in no time:

  • Describe different types of technology used in early childhood classrooms
  • List the advantages of using technology in the music classroom
  • Explain ways technology can enhance arts instruction
  • Discuss how technology can be used to improve literacy
  • Share ways to use technology in the math, history and science classrooms

All the lessons in this chapter are available 24/7 using any computer, smartphone or tablet with an Internet connection. Study different uses of technology in the classroom any time and from any location that aligns with your schedule. If you want to quickly gauge your understanding of the lessons, feel free to take their accompanying quizzes. For a broader review of this chapter, be sure to take the comprehensive practice exam.

7 Lessons in Chapter 10: Utilizing Technology in the Classroom
Test your knowledge with a 30-question chapter practice test
Technology in the Early Childhood Classroom

1. Technology in the Early Childhood Classroom

Technology is an incredibly important part of any classroom. This lesson will introduce you to several pieces of technology you will likely see in many early childhood classrooms.

Technology in the Music Classroom

2. 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.

Using Technology to Enhance Arts Instruction

3. Using Technology to Enhance Arts Instruction

Discover ways to use technology to engage the creative mind. Learn how to apply technology tools for arts instruction. Explore the practical challenges and benefits of technology integration.

Using Technology for Literacy Development

4. Using Technology for Literacy Development

Technology is being used in almost every way imaginable to improve our lives.This has thankfully been the case in education, where technology has been used to improve literacy. Find out how this is so in this lesson.

Math Technology in the Classroom

5. 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.

Technology in the Science Classroom

6. 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.

Using Technology in the History Classroom

7. Using Technology in the History Classroom

This lesson discusses why the use of technology in history classrooms is important. It also discusses how teachers can use technology while teaching the class as a whole and how they can incorporate technology when students are in small groups.

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