Integrating Digital Technology In The Classroom Analysis

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Register to read the introduction… The authors found that making programs available to students could potentially improve a students learning. These programs are very easy to use and have become more affordable. The authors believe that, “Digital video technology, in particular, is a strong tool . . . variety of skills, including research, communication, decision-making, problem-solving, and other higher order critical thinking skills”(40). The authors argue that digital technology brings new and sophisticated ways to learning. The authors argue that digital technology can help improve a student’s critical thinking skills as well as problem solving. The authors found that the programs are a way to force students to think about certain topics more deeply than they would without the use of technology. The authors believe that self esteem can improve along with a sense of self satisfaction and more motivation to complete tasks. Students tend to be more involved and enjoying their learning more with the use of digital video …show more content…
The article focuses on Mrs. Dooley, a middle school teacher in New York, and tries to provide students with a well-structured environment for learning. The department as a whole decided that all classrooms were to be rearranged to improve the children’s learning. The authors discuss “ Teachers, for example, are expected to design classroom spaces that are conductive to students’ individual learning styles”(236). The authors discovered that although Mrs. Dooley was unaware, the way her classroom was set up effected how students would learn and retain the information she was teaching. The environment in which a child learns is ranked highly important in order for success. The authors found “All studies revealed that students achieve higher or have improved attitudes when their learning environment reflects their learning …show more content…
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