ICT tasks, resources, and support are created to produce interactive and integrative multimedia contexts or learning environments for both teachers and students. Such ICT environments tend to afford opportunities for collaborative and scaffolding educational contexts. “The use of new technologies in education and training is added value for qualitative and innovative learning and its contributions…” (EU, 2011, p. 7). In spite of progressive results from research studies conducted across Europe, “studies have shown that ICT has not yet had significant impacts as expected” (EU, 2011, p. 7). An example of implementation of integrative, educational technology and innovation in the mathematics classroom is “blogging” of instructional techniques and student collaborations. Constructing academic blogs often means “…posting, organizing, and consolidating mathematical thinking; communicating coherently and clearly to peers, teachers, and others; analyzing and discussing the thinking and strategies of others; using the language of math to express ideas. Why blogs? What are its strengths? It gives writing a purpose. It involves different learning styles. It can inspire students. Students can inspire other students who don’t talk in class or may be more willing to ‘talk’ online” (Meade, 2012, p. 1). ...Show more
Educational technology is not only a need of the global indoor/outdoor and virtual classrooms; it is a problem-solving solution to postmodern, authentic e-learning curriculum and environments…
In the workplace, it has become an indispensable tool in carrying out one’s functions and activities. Due to its user-friendly nature, the internet has also become a popular tool across the age span, from young children to the older individuals using it for their various needs and social activities.
However, the question raised these days is if the internet is really helping the students in their studies or is making a negative impact that is making them worse learners. It is then the thesis of this paper to look into this consideration to see how helpful or destructive the internet is when it comes to education
The paper will look at the effectiveness of teaching using interactive technological tools by experimenting with the middle-school science curriculum at a moderately-sized Christian school. It will also look at the results of a survey taken by the students in the experimental group gauging their motivation level during the experiment.
According to the report Affordances of an Educational Technology Tool (Blogs) ICT tasks, resources, and support are created to produce interactive and integrative multimedia contexts or learning environments for both teachers and students. Such ICT environments tent to afford opportunities for collaborative and scaffolding educational contexts.
The most important thing learnt was the management of finances in educational institutions. I realized that management of finances required a lot of time and teamwork to ensure that there was proper planning and use of the finances.
matter itself, the ancillary interaction are the materials that supplements the core interaction while the indirect interaction are the informal interactions that happen during the learning process. These interactions are essential in the learning process of the student where