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Sean Duteil

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Teaching For Tomorow The Dawn of a New Way of Learning Progression of School Technology Are students having difficulty adapting to technology in the classroom, or is it the teachers? In The Modern Era Background to My Inquiry Inadequate Technological knowlege
Inadequate Technology Knowledge
Falling behind
"One of Those Teachers"
Observations Industrial Era Citizens of Technology

Digital natives
Information generation
Neo Millennials 9 : 1 4 : 1 Over 6 Years New Thinking Teachers Abilities With Technology Reluctant Teacher Has significant teaching experience
Lots of paper resources
Resistant to significant change
Genuinely interested in technology
Excited with the possibilities
Minimal experience
Frustration and disappointment
Misguided use Good technology knowledge
Able to access resources
Work through difficulties
Attend workshops and visit on line communities
Similar abilities Willing Teacher Embracing Teacher 50% 75% 100% 25% Teacher Technology Schools Barriers Barriers 1) Lack of Technology

2) Availability

3) Support

4) Limited Professional Development 1) Access to Technology

2) Continued Education Programs

3) Techniques and Stratagies

4) Collaborative Communities

5) Pre - Service Training Solutions Global Classroom References
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