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1 Storyboard: Educating Digitally: Classrooms Without Books

2 Introduction: Educating Digitally: Classrooms without books

3 Need: “Offers educators an endless array of tools that can be used to effectively energize a room full of bored, busy bodies.”

4 Research: Research: “US schools spend hundreds of millions of dollars each year on technology. Hooking every American classroom up to the Internet has been a priority of the Clinton administration. In a recent US Education Department survey, parents placed technological skills just below reading and writing as the areas their children most needed to master to ensure a successful future.” "Technologies themselves won't bring revolution," says Ms. Hawkins. "Scores won't magically rise when you put computers in the classroom. But computers can help people to learn (Griffith, 1999)."

5 Development Concerns: “The stakes of technology in education are rising. The cost, once Internet connections and multimedia equipment are taken into account, is far higher than it was when computers were simply used as word processors. Expectations of what technology can do for learning have also been elevated by the advent of the world wide web, video- conferencing, and other tools (Griffith, 1999).”

6 S-Curve: Educating Digitally Classrooms Without Books/Interactive Whiteboards

7 S-Curve: Educating Digitally Classrooms Without Books/Computers in Classrooms

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9 Citations: Griffith, V. (1999, Jan 13). The challenge is to match educational needs with computer power: ACADEMIC VIEWPOINT: HARVARD PROFESSOR JAN HAWKINS: Intelligent use of information technology can help the learning process, but traditional teaching methods will continue to play a vital role in and outside the classroom, says jan hawkins, interviewed here by victoria griffith. Financial Times, pp Retrieved from untid=14872

10 Citations  eHow. (2011, September 1). The History of Interactive Whiteboards. Retrieved July 30, 2012, from eHow: interactive-whiteboards.html  Wikipedia. (n.d.). Interactive whiteboard. Retrieved July 30, 2012, from Wikipedia: d d  eHow. (n.d.). The History of Computers in School. Retrieved July 30, 2012, from eHow: computers-school.html


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