21st Century Classrooms - Annotated Bibliography

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• Research shows that the integration of 21st Century technology increases student achievement and engagement.

1. Caruso, C. (2008). Bringing Online Learning to Life. Educational Leadership, 65(8) 70. Retrieved from EBSCOhost.

a. This article discusses the use of the Internet in the classroom and how it can be used to personalize education. The effectiveness of the Internet in the classroom is evaluated at the Henry Hudson Regional School in Highlands, New Jersey. A faculty member at the school explains that the Internet was introduced to their classrooms to expand limited electives, advanced placement, and foreign language offerings. The use of the Internet allows small schools to provide an education that would not be economically possible without it.

2. Van Dusen, L. R. (1995). Can integrated instructional technology transform the classroom?. Educational Leadership, 53(2), 28. Retrieved from EBSCOhost.

a. Presents the results of a study on the effectiveness of computer-based integrated learning system (ILS) in schools in the United States. Subjects in which ILS is used; ILS' ability to track students' progress on learning activities; ILS' effectiveness in improving student learning; Underutilization of ILS in American schools; Potential of ILS to transform the classroom.

3. Zuckerman, M. B. (2005, October 10). Classroom Revolution. U.S. News & World Report. p. 68. Retrieved from EBSCOhost.

a. Argues that we must do more to ensure that computers are fully integrated into all our schools. Suggestion that there is no limit to the possibilities of computers; Topic of distance learning; Ways that the Internet can make schools more effective; Call for schools to develop innovative budgeting to acquire the funds for te...

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...he has ever seen. Initially, he was having a shallow idea about whiteboards but now he rates himself a better teacher. His first demonstration came from Christopher Klein, a high-school teacher from Maplewood Richmond Heights School in Maplewood, Missouri

11. Scherer, M. (2011). Transforming Education with Technology. Educational Leadership, 68(5), 17. Retrieved from EBSCOhost.

a. An interview with Karen Cator, director of the Office of Educational Technology, part of the U.S. Department of Education, is presented. When asked about a good example of the use of technology in education, Cator discusses Mooresville Graded School District in Mooresville, North Carolina, which use laptops and interactive whiteboards in education. Cator also addresses the importance of student engagement in education, online courses, and the use of digital media devices in classrooms.
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