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(Corcoran, 2002) Laptop Usage The cases described throughout this paper all include schools that provided laptops for students and/or teachers so that the student to computer ratio was 1:1. As stated above, for some schools this was done with a pilot group, while other schools provided computers to all students. Students are then required to bring their laptop to class, ready to use, just as they must bring their textbooks, pencils, and other necessary materials. (Chute, 2000) They are also responsible for charging the battery for their computer and transporting their computer to and from school on a daily basis. How the computer is equipped varies depending on the make of the computer and the operating system and firewalls set up by the schools.
I'm planning on teaching elementary students so I researched the impact that computers have had on teachers and students. When I become a teacher there is no doubt that I will use computers in my classroom and my students will do activities with computers. It is just the way to do things now. There are so many valuable programs out there to help students learn and to help teachers teach that computers are pretty much a necessity in classrooms. In my opinion for an elementary classroom there should be at least five to ten computers in each room.
But, if teachers show students you can learn from a computer, the students will have the computer for everything. Lastly, have a computer in the classroom helps you understand applications in the real world. Some examples include, Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Word, and Excel. When students get jobs when they are older, they will already now how to use these applications to show a presentation, or make a resume, and even charts! According to a survey than on Pew Internet, “67% say the internet has a “major impact” on their ability to interact with parents and 57% say it has had a such impact on enabling their interaction with the students.” Do you remember when most of math teachers used the projectors that have a really big l... ... middle of paper ... ...28/NEWS/308280037/Technology-helps-teachers-reach-children-new-ways>.
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Before the introduction of computers in schools, teachers would use information from textbooks and write lessons on chalkboards. Students would search through books and encyclopedias to complete assignments and write reports by hand. Computers first appeared in classrooms in 1995 and have been used ever since. After computers in classrooms were presented, teachers were able to visually teach a broader range of topics and students were exposed to a variety of references. Likewise, computers have affected how students and teachers communicate and how lessons are presented to the class.
The Impact of Computers on Education The introduction of computers in education has positively affected the school in terms of student achievement, administrative and teaching methods. Computers have significantly altered student achievement. The computers in schools today are equipped with educational software that greatly aids learning. From the first grade on, computers are a daily activity in students’ life. In the early grades, computer games are used to interest the young student to learn.
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