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01.07 Module One Activity
Transcript of 01.07 Module One Activity
If students are not allowed to use technology such as computers, calculators and tablets, then they will not be able to develop a deeper understanding of the math concepts presented within their course.
If they are able to develop a deeper understanding of the math concepts presented within their course, then students are allowed to use technology such as computers, calculators and tablets.
If I were a geometry teacher I would definitely allow my students to use electronic devices during class under my terms and permission. I believe that today’s technology has impacted the way we learn. Considering that in mind I believe that it can help students with assignments and help me present a lesson to them. From calculators, to phones and tablets. These devices have made math more interesting and easier at the same time. I would let my students use these devices for school related purposes only.
The evidence I would use to support my claim if a parent questioned my decision as a teacher would be the student’s grade increase and the student’s better understanding of the lesson by using technology. My students would only be able to use a calculator during test that I assigned them. If students of mine did not have their own electronic devices I would provide them with one during class and they would have to return it to me before the class was over to maximize their full potential or I would pair them up with another student that that had a electronic device so they could follow and learn the lesson as well.
01.07 Module One Activity
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if they are not able to develop a deeper understanding of the math concepts presented within their course, then students are not allowed to use technology such as computers, calculators and tablets.
Nowadays technology advances each and every day and has became an essential part of our society, but what if technology could help students develop a deeper understanding of the math concepts presented within their course. Today’s technology could dramatically improve education, student’s desire to learn, and prepare us for the future. According to NCTM “technology is an essential tool for learning mathematics in the 21st century and all schools must ensure that all their students have access to technology.” Technology gives students to have an efficient way to learn and provides better learning skills through exploration and research. Also students tend to learn how to be more independent as well as build their own understand of a topic through technology.
To further continue, technology has grasped student’s attention worldwide. Technology keeps students focused on projects more than books and paper alone. Some might say that technology distracts students from learning and they be right, but if handled well, it can make learning easier and open new doors for learning possibilities. By using technology in classrooms, students learn workplace skills that they will need in order to be successful in the future. Today’s jobs have innovative technology into their day to day life. So letting students use technology could get them to have the upper hand. There are also negative effects on technology like abusing internet privileges for non-school related activities. However these negative effects can be resolved with some guidance. Technology has grown over the years, I think it’s time to stop living in the past and start incorporating technology in schools.
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