EdTech: 3 simple Ways Teachers Can Embrace Technology
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by Alex Summers | filed under Educational Technology | Edudemic
Sometimes integrating technology into a classroom can seem overwhelming for a teacher. We know that technology is here to stay and we know that
the future the now of education is technology – online, blended, flipped – you name it.
But how do we do go about including technology into our instruction when it is near the bottom of our teaching skills list?
Alex lays out a simple way for teachers – all teachers – to easily begin using technology in their classrooms.
Using technology in the classroom is important for adapting to modern times. While educational professionals have mixed opinions about the value of technology in the classroom, the truth is that technology has become a major part of American society.
Technology should be used in the classroom, because American society will never be without computers again. Computers have integrated into the daily lives of Americans, and it is important for younger generations to know how to use computers to improve their learning habits and ultimately prepare them for success in their careers.
About the Author
Alex is a recent graduate from the University of Arkansas (SOOOIE! Go hogs!) and when he’s not working to pay the bills, he is foraying into the field of freelance writing. Advertising in trade, a poet in heart, and in reality meeting somewhere in the middle, Alex feels that no matter what you are trying to accomplish, it is certainly worth studying for.