The 21st Century Classroom
Welcome to the 21st Century classroom where everything is more digital and the challenges now can be how much technology is enough and how do you ensure all students have an equal opportunity to use what is available? The use of technology has made learning more interactive while also enhancing individual learning styles. Here are some examples of how teachers are providing digital access during their class time while also using some traditional teaching methods.
“The Station Rotation Model.” Khan Academy, Silicon Schools Fund and Clayton Christensen Institute, www.khanacademy.org/partner-content/ssf-cci/sscc-intro-blended-learning/sscc-blended-learning-models/v/sscc-blended-station
High-Quality Blended Learning. “The Lab rotation Model.” YouTube, 24 March 2014, www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=3&v=wmp-aV0bPuE.
Mattison, Lindsey. “Ethical Issues with Using Technology in the Classroom.” Study, January 2017, study.com/blog/ethical-issues-with-using-technology-in-the-classroom.html
Wainwright, Ashley. “7 Fun Ways to Use Technology in the Classroom to Enrich Learning.” Securedge, 6 June 2012, www.securedgenetworks.com/blog/7-Fun-Ways-to-Use-Technology-in-the-classroom-to-enrich-learning.
“How Students are Learning with Technology in the Classroom.” EdTechReview, Infographic, 8 October 2014, edtechreview.in/data-statistics/1385-infographic-how-students-are-learning-with-technology-in-the-classroom.