How to Ensure Ed/Tech Is Not Oversold and Underused
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BeschreibungFind answers on how new and advanced telecommunications technology can improve and extend the quality of elementary and secondary education in the United States.
InhaltsverzeichnisChapter 1 Acknowledgments Chapter 2 Foreword Chapter 3 Introduction Chapter 4 1 Beyond Comprehension: Elementary Education and Generative Technology Chapter 5 2 Transforming Science Instruction with Technology Chapter 6 3 The Impact of technology on rural Schools with State Leadership Chapter 7 4 Building a Community of Lifelong Learners Chapter 8 5 Building a Bridge to Effective Use of Technology Chapter 9 6 The Use of Technology That Affects How Teachers Teach and Students Learn Chapter 10 7 Ensuring the Impact of Technology on Schools and School-Age Children Chapter 11 8 The Impact of Technology Integration and Support from Coaches Chapter 12 9 Using Technology to Engage Students for Multiple Learning Experiences Chapter 13 Afterword Chapter 14 Index Chapter 15 About the Contributors
PortraitArthur D. Sheekey was a COMSI Fellow at the Office of Science and Technology Policy and at the FCC, Senior Associate at tile American Association for Higher Education, Senior Fellow at the Consortium of Universities of the Washington Area, and Resident Scholar at Stanford University's Graduate School of Education. He is a guest lecturer at the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, Minnesota. He taught high school and junior high school science for five years in New Jersey.
PressestimmenAll teachers who are struggling with the daunting task of how best to use the power of today's technologies in their classrooms will benefit by reading the stories of these pioneers who have faced and overcome many of the obstacles that all teachers confront as they try to make education more relevant and effective for today's students. -- Peter J. Dirr, director of Research, Cable in the Classroom Major technological innovation and the resulting change on behavior and systems always seem to polarize opinions. The advent of computer technology has led to euphoria of possibilities for educational improvement and stinging criticism that the potential has not been reached. Trying to change conditions that make up the status quo takes time and patience and is a long-term effort. This excellent compilation of technology success stories shows that there is merit to thoughtful consideration of valid criticism, that technology leaders are beginning to recognize that they need to manage change in a stylistic manner, and that they are working hard to establish policies and conditions that allow technology to play an integral role in educational improvement. -- Lan W. Neugent, assistant superintendent for Technology, Virginia State Department of Education This important book documents cases in which learning technologies have made substantial improvements in educational outcomes...Our challenge is to understand how to adapt these successful cases broadly, to enable new interactive tools, media, and environments to reach their full potential to aid students and teachers. -- Chris Dede, Timothy E. Wirth Professor in Learning Technologies, Harvard University
Untertitel: New. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: ROWMAN & LITTLEFIELD EDUC
Erscheinungsdatum: März 2003
Seitenanzahl: 184 Seiten