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should pupils be using tablet computers in school? - smart electronic whiteboard

by:ITATOUCH     2020-03-18
should pupils be using tablet computers in school?  -  smart electronic whiteboard
As a parent of three young children and a regular user of the M25, my wife and I know how effective tablets are in preventing families from melting into traffic jams.
The spell on the IPad is usually enough to avoid scratches from siblings in the car, and "Are we close?
"When we face another delay at intersections 9 and 10, we always appreciate a little" iPeace ".
> Digital Learning: How technology reshapes teaching, but we have a complex feeling when we hand over our gadgets.
There is a slight sense of guilt: Shouldn't we involve our children in stimulating conversations or play a creative game to expand their imagination?
There are also concerns: at some stage the device needs to be screwed off of them.
Some games and software are as addictive as stealing bananas from hungry monkeys.
School starts: What every parent should know is that let the school serve your digital learning: how technology reshapes teaching the UK is facing the "shorter and shorter" digital literacy of digital skills "as important as reading and writing" technology and video how to socially suppress children I have had an iPad for a year-
Children's car entertainment has been its main function so far.
This purpose is difficult to remove further from the goals advocated by more and more schools across the country: that is, it is not a simple tool to appease children, iPads and others --
Handheld devices can and should be used in the classroom to unlock the potential of students, unleash creativity, maintain interest, and provide intellectual challenges.
One of the leading advocates of digital learning in the UK is Sir Anthony Selton, Berkshire's Master of Science at Wellington College.
In 2012, he used a combination of "super"
Modern facilities and old
Reverence for learning ";
Interactive screens, iPads and slabs for reading, research and learning are more than printed materials.
"Digitalization personalizes learning and is more vivid, active and challenging for young people," says Seldon . ".
"If Shakespeare had a chance, he would definitely use the screen.
In the hands of talented teachers, technology can bring about profound changes.
About 500 schools in the UK now offer iPads to students.
Worldwide, educational institutions have purchased more than 10 million devices-an amazing fact given that the first iPad was launched less than five years ago.
> The UK is facing "getting shorter and shorter" digital skills, and print textbooks are rapidly being replaced by e-textbooks
Books using the interactive ability of hands
Simply swipe your finger gently to bring the device and students outside of the static page.
There are now more than 25,000 such electronic texts covering a wide range of topics.
Simon Armitage, a senior teacher at the School of the Stephen Peres Foundation in Cambridge, said: "the rush to adopt this new technology has led to a chaotic launch in some schools, where the ipad was introduced to all students two years ago.
"In the learning process, teachers need time to be confident in the basic technology and its purpose.
They need to realize that the iPad offers more than just Internet and word processor connectivity.
"That's why my colleagues and I got the iPad before we distributed it to students and were trained to use it.
We have to re-
Check the style, content and results of our course.
The school I teach at-The Caterham school in Surrey-will issue iPads to students starting next semester.
I was impressed by the staff room's positive response to the training we received over the past year.
"I was a little nervous about using the ipad in class for the first time," said a colleague from the math department . ".
"But interactive technology should make learning more memorable and engaging.
"My students will be able to use audio and video recorders very easily, which will improve the way they learn," said a modern language teacher with enthusiasm . ".
I believe this will make their homework more valuable and fun.
"The ipad should encourage cooperative learning, which must be good," said a political teacher . ".
"Easy communication means classes can share ideas and resources easily.
They can even participate in on-site e-commerce activities.
Debate on homework.
"> There are reservations about how digital technology and video suppress children in society.
Students will forget to bring their equipment to school.
They will lose them.
They will break them.
They will try to share inappropriate material.
They will pick the wrong one at the end of a class.
During the course of class, the battery will run out.
The "education" app will be exposed as a gimmick.
This technology will be another potential source of distraction.
However, many filters, passwords, and restrictions are implemented centrally, how secure will the system be?
A core issue is that these gadgets have the potential to weaken the role of teachers in the classroom environment.
In Thailand, the government has distributed iPads to every primary school student in order to reduce the number of teachers.
Some teacher training now uses the word "learning facilitator" rather than the word "teacher", suggesting that teachers' knowledge is no longer at the center of students' learning.
Like many schools, Caterham promotes academic excellence, actively participates in all aspects of school life, and loves outdoor activities-these goals sit in front of a digital screen, to be said, uncomfortable with the idea of more time.
"There are many unknowns," says John Macon, an educational psychologist based in Brighton . ".
"But this is not the reason to give up technology.
Biro replaced the fountain pen.
The electronic whiteboard replaced the blackboard.
Modern textbooks and the Internet have made great progress than their predecessors.
"This latest development is no big deal for children;
The use of electronic devices is a second nature for them, and they are increasingly looking to get access to electronic devices at school.
In a few years, most students will use digital technology in exams.
This is the natural and necessary next step for teachers to accept technology.
"As an English teacher, I will have the opportunity to meet my seventh graders next week-each of them with a shiny new tablet.
I will leave my experience on M25 behind and I look forward to reporting on our progress in the course.
There are thousands of educational apps competing for the attention of teachers and students.
Here are just some examples that prove to be popular with iPad users in class: The Poetry App listens to poems by Elliott, Larkin, Frost, Plath and a dozen other well-known performers.
Students are also allowed to write, record and share their own poems.
Digimap is a seamless, fully searchable digital Ordnance Survey (OS)
Map of Britain.
You can also view a map of the historical operating system, allowing students to learn about the landscape changes in the past 120.
Elements: a "live" version of the periodic table of visual exploration elements.
Students can view 3D images of more than 500 rotatable elements, as well as lots of details.
Stephen Fry said, "the price of the iPad is worth a look!
Showbie allows teachers to assign, collect and review students' work and then provide detailed feedback directly on the student's documents, individually or collectively, using notes, text notes, and voice notes.
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