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Non-internet Technologies

What do offline technologies offer education? What's the best use of offline (computers or other devices) technologies in the classroom? What are some examples of TPCK with non-internet technologies?
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Nuria Gimenez

on 22 April 2010

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Non-internet
Technologies What do offline technologies offer education?
What's the best use of offline (computers or other devices) technologies in the classroom?
What are some examples of TPCK with non-internet technologies? Overhead
Projector Enable the teacher to change things: highlight, circle...
Good for especial learners
Gets attention from students
Power
Point Allows you to organize a presentation in a slideshow manner
Titles, headings, charts, graphs, bullets, animations, links, ...
Represents your material easily and efficiently
Camera Connects students to the world around them
Enables them to take pictures of their surroundings
They begin to document what their life is like for the generations to come
Can be checked out from many schools for projects, or students can often provide their own Whiteboard Easily visible to everyone and a way to help students keep up with notes
A good pedagogical practice to engage in guided practice: students can contribute to whiteboard exercises
Students can see thinking processes in action because they write as teacher writes
Helps to clarify something, by writing a spontaneous remark or example
Easily eraseable, so new subjects can be started instead of run-on notes
Always placed in the same place in a classroom: good for daily homework assignments or announcements Films and
Television Generally not advisable to watch television for long periods of time
Short clips of famous movies, educational documentaries, school house rock, the news,...
Simple technology that helps bring the outside world into the classroom
Students get a visual/audial aid to interpretation and retention of information
Also good for breaking news; can be used as a learning experience in whatever class
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