Teachers usually consult Mr. Holton when they need help with technology.
2. What technology tools or resources are available at your school? In the classroom? In the library?
The technology tools available for teachers to use at the classroom are, 2 classroom computers for the teacher, 1 printer, document camera, smartboard, phone, and 3 computers for students to use in the classroom. In the library there’s about 25 desktop computers for students to use and about 15 DELL laptops. Some of the technology resources available for teachers to use are printers to print class set papers in each grade level hall, one laminator, and paper cutter located in each grade …show more content…
But, students have the opportunity to use computers in their computer ancillary, and in the library. When students use the computers in their ancillary time they usually log in into I station to work in some interactive learning games. Furthermore, my CT usually uses the computer inside of the classroom located towards the front of the class.
4. When do students and teachers use technology—is there a schedule? Can they use it as the need arises?
Teachers uses technology daily as most of the stuff that they have to submit or present to the students are on the smartboard. In addition, teachers take attendance online, and they use their smartboards daily as they usually write in there. Students usually use computers twice a week when they have computer and library ancillary. Teachers usually use the technology as needs arises, but the students don’t have the same privilege as their technology access is very limited.
5. How does it look like technology is used—by your own cooperating teacher? By …show more content…
I as the teacher, can project a book in the smartboard so the students can follow along as I read a story to them. The objective of using the smartboard to project the story that I will be reading to the students is to allow students to fully comprehend the story I will be reading and for students to follow along as I read. In addition, students can use technology to learn how to use the internet and power point feature of the computers. While using the features listed above, students can create a chronological based PowerPoint about their lives. The objective of this activity, is for students to learn how to use technology, and be able to implement what they learned in the classroom through the creation of a Power Point. In addition, I as the teacher can take the student’s to the library in order for them to have access to the computers available there. This activity can be content input, as the students will be using what they learned in the classroom to create their very own Power Point about their