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How Can I Incorporate the Appropriate Use of Technology in My Classes? 1 (Session W27) James W. Hall Parkland College (Retired) jhall@wbhsi.net jhall@wbhsi.net Brian A. Mercer Parkland College bmercer@parkland.edu bmercer@parkland.edu

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Sun Lakes, Arizona Retired Department Chair Parkland College – Champaign, IL jhall@wbhsi.net (480) 802-2921 2

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Associate Professor of Mathematics Parkland College – Champaign, IL bmercer@parkland.edu (217) 353-2311 3

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Technology. Technology should be integral to the teaching and learning of mathematics. 4

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Standards for Pedagogy Teaching with Technology Mathematics faculty will model the use of appropriate technology in the teaching of mathematics so that students can benefit from the opportunities technology presents as a medium of instruction. Page 6 Beyond Crossroads 5

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Graphing calculators Viewscreens Computers Data projectors Word processors Presentation software Calculator emulators Spreadsheets Graphing tools Tablet PCs. 6 Books Mimeograph machines Colored chalk White boards Slide rules 0verhead transparencies

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A device consisting of two logarithmically scaled rules mounted to slide along each other so that multiplication, division, and sometimes more complex computations may be reduced to the mechanical equivalent of addition and subtraction. ---- American Heritage Dictionary 7

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Where we were is not where we are. Where we are is not where we will be. 9

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Since 1990, the graphing calculator has been a favored technology of choice to aid student learning. We still feel this is a great tool, but other tools are coming. 10

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Excel is more widely accessible now that more students have their own computers and more schools have open labs. 11

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We are probably not far off from a time when most students will have a hand-held device that serves as a computer, phone, radio, data storage unit, web-browser, camera, and calculator. 12

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Word MathType Excel TI-84 Calculator TI-SmartView Graphlink Cable TI Connect 13 HandyGraph SRIP PowerPoint Tablet PC Camtasia

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1.Creating a Technology Perspective 2.Creating a Quiz/Handout 3.Converting a Lecture Guide to a PowerPoint Presentation 4.Using Camtasia to Record a Tablet PC Screen and a Calculator Emulator 14

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Mathzone ALEKS Webassign 15

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SRIP Wolfram Alpha World Clock Simple JAVA Equation Graphing Program 16

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