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Technology and the Teacher
Transcript of Technology and the Teacher
CambridgeUPEBLT (2009) Interactive Whiteboard. Retrieved online April 2011 through http://www.youtube.com. References: Wikipedia (2011) Retrieved online through http//en.wikipedia.org.
LCD projectors can be very beneficial to students. Teachers
set these projectors up in front of the classroom in order to display
certain videos, images or even computer data on a flat screen. This
type of projector allows all students to see useful information about a subject they are reviewing. They can also display short stories or movies
which would enourage different learning styles. There are various student response systems that are a great asset to students. Teachers can attach infrared radio frequency that collects data to their computer. Students can submit a response to the teacher by using a pad. This is in real time and can also be displayed through an LCD projector. Digital media is a form of electronic
media where data is stored in either a
digital or analog form. There are various
examples such as cellular phones, digital
video, televisions, computers and so on.
These types of media are very important
in a classroom. E-books and internet are
also examples which can provide additional
education to students and allow for research
about a specific subject. Podcasts are another great technology
in a classroom. These are series of digital
media files that can be either audio or video.
These files go into a server that can be accessed
through the internet or streamed webcasting.
These types of files can be stored in a students
computer or any other handheld device. Students
can access homework and other school concerns
or activities when not in a classroom.