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Integrating Technology into the Elementary School Classroom

Technology is an essential part of the world currently. Everywhere you look, technology surrounds you. So it is no wonder why it is sweeping through classrooms all over the United States. It can be used in all subject areas, and at all grade levels--even grammar school! If utilized correctly, it can improve lessons and student comprehension, independence, and growth.
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Integrating Technology into the Elementary School Classroom
  • Dina Capobianco says:
    Essentially, technology can be utilized in all areas and subjects in school, even for younger students. Incorporating technology into each of the subjects, rather than teaching technology as a separate entity altogether can be extremely helpful in advancing student progress. 19 ways of incorporating them into your classroom are provided here.
  • Dina Capobianco says:
    From a parent's perspective, he/she wants to be sure that the technology their child is using is effective, appropriate, and successful rather than an uneducational filler. Reviewing this article will explain the differences, and how to make technology an integral part of the learning process.
  • Dina Capobianco says:
    Technology can make learning a lot more meaningful with real world examples and extensive learning. Utilizing apps and other technological tools, students can learn in a fun and engaging way both in school and out of school. The goal here is to get students so excited about learning that they go home and continue the fun at home! Being able to access the work right on the computer at home provides a real advantage.
  • Dina Capobianco says:
    Pros and cons of technology in the elementary school classroom are provided. Among the pros, receiving the opportunity to extend learning beyond the school day, increasing motivation, and differentiating instruction for students. Some cons include a decrease in physical activity and a lack of concrete manipulatives.
  • Dina Capobianco says:
    In this third grade teacher's classroom, she uses learning centers, providing four computers in one area to allow students to work independently as well as together in small groups depending on the assignment. She uses technology for assessment in order to monitor student growth and achievement. A few sample lessons are provided, portraying students working collectively and independently.
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