Samples "Educational Technology"

Educational Technology

Technology in Education

Technology has irrevocably impacted the 21st century education system. The digital age is, in fact, here to stay. For elementary and secondary-aged school children, the integration of technology into not only their homes, but their classrooms, has brought them great individual and collective benefits. Early introduction and interrogation of technology...

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Taking Notes By Hand Improves Comprehension For All Learning Styles

Today’s technology can be advantageous in the classroom. Laptops and tablets allow students to engage in enhanced class activities and demonstration. They can collaborate with other students during lectures and work together on papers and projects. A sea of computers in the classroom is common place in today’s college classes....

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Instructional Technology

With growing access to technology, many instructors are opting to make use of technology in order to sharpen their instruction delivery. Instruction delivery can take place in person, on the computer, or in combination, with different results. The use of technology can be used in order to attain specific goals...

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Technology Curriculum and Instruction

Technological advances have indeed enhanced life in the 21st century not only in the fields of engineering, medicine and business among many others but also in education where information technology (IT) is integrated into the instructional process and curriculum. The associated outcomes include flexible, purposeful and creative computer use and...

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Distance Vs. Traditional Education

Distance education, also known as online education, has increased in popularity over the past ten years. Most prestigious universities and colleges offer online courses to students. However, the traditional classroom environment is still in operation, in-person education where one can interact with students and teachers, preferred by some individuals. With...

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Digital Pedagogy

Digital pedagogy is the use of electronic technology to improve or change classroom learning (Howell, 2012). Examples of new technologies that have impacted the learning environment are electronic tablets with touch screens, podcasts, video-learning, PowerPoint, and computer workstations with internet access. Digital pedagogy is growing with importance in our society...

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Customized Tutoring Services

For my entrepreneur report, I interviewed a middle-aged woman, Jane, who has owned her own tutoring business since 1993. Jane is married with two teenaged children, and she has worked in the field of education since graduating from college in 1988. From 1988 to 1993, Jane worked in the public...

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Brain Based and Traditional Learning

The integrated essay explores the similarities and differences between brain-based and more traditional approaches to human learning. The analysis examines the strengths and the weaknesses of each approach based on relevant evidence. Based on observations of brain-based learning and its implications in both formal and informal settings, the paper provides...

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Science Teachers’ Pedagogical Discontentment: Its Sources and Potential for Change

This paper presents review of the study report titled “Science Teachers’ Pedagogical Discontentment: Its Sources and Potential for Change” by Southerland, Sowell, and Enderle (2011). In the introduction, the authors state that pedagogical discontent is necessary if reforms in science teaching are to be made. Pedagogical discontent occurs when the...

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Education Strategies

A highly professional teacher workforce is an important basis for improving the educational results, specifically for those whose success depends largely on schools. But in the United States, there's a shortage of employees in several careers in education, such as math and science teachers, as well as administrators. The shortages...

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White Educators and the River of Change

Source: Howard, G.R. (2006). White educators and the river of change. We can’t teach what we don’t know: white teachers, multiracial schools (pp. 69-86). New York: Teachers College Press Purpose: The purpose of Howard’s 2006 article, “White Educators and the River of Change” was to encourage white teachers to view...

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Technology in the Classroom Essay

The standard classroom format mostly remained unchanged for centuries before the arrival of digital technologies in our classrooms over the last few decades. When our parents and grandparents attended schools and colleges, the instructors usually relied upon a blackboard, chalks, and textbooks to conduct daily class sessions. While these ancient...

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The Successful Implementation of Educational Technology

There are many different issues that may occur that will impact the successful implementation of educational technology within an organization, including the ease in which the technology may be setup, and the ease of use of the technologies themselves. In order for the implementation of educational technology to be successful...

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Institutional Portfolios

Technology has revolutionized the way in which educational institutions report student learning outcomes (Ketcheson, 2011). An institutional portfolio is a compilation of evidence that shows whether or not the institution’s missions, outcomes and other objectives are being executed. It is proof if the objectives are working or not. These objectives...

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For the larger paper that I will write, I chose Essay Prompt #1, concerning online companies, their collection of personal information, and the huge potential for the abuse of such information. I chose this topic because it is directly related to a research topic I am interested in pursuing for...

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Creative Destruction, Technology And Education

Work remains an important element in the achievement of income necessary for achievement of economic independence as well as social mobility, among other benefits; which have been largely enabled by capitalism. This is an economic system where factors of production are largely owned by private owners or enterprises and focused...

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Assistive Technology Reading and Writing

Special accommodations for students in the classroom setting are critical in achieving their maximum potential and in supporting their continuous growth and development. Students must benefit from these accommodations and teachers must adapt effectively to their needs by utilizing tools and devices as part of the classroom experience. If teachers...

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Algebra and Technology in Practice

Technology has been beneficial to the field of education in numerous ways. Algebra Curricula can be complex given the learning objectives for each grade level and the expectations of learning, especially with the new Common Core Standards. Researchers believe using technology to help with algebra curriculum can greatly improve learning...

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The Negative Effects of Technology on Children

In today’s society technology is evolving and providing users with even more methods to entertain and simplify their lives. With children owning cellphones, game systems, televisions and many other forms of technology, there has become growing concerns regarding the negative effect on children. Both sides of the arguments will be...

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Education And Technology

The world has been subjected to various technological innovations and advancements lately. The same innovations and advancements have been redirected to the education sector to improve the efficiency of delivering educational services to the learners. However, there are various adverse effects of technology that have interfered with the traditional education...

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