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Topic: Technology in the classroom
Replies: 4   Last Post: Feb 4, 1995 12:35 PM

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David Nelson Leom

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Technology in the classroom
Posted: Feb 3, 1995 3:06 PM
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Hello. I'm a frst time user on the forum and I hope that I don't mess
things up.
I would like to open a can of worms. I am currently
in a Math Methods class and the subject of technology in the classroom came up. My
questions include the following:
1) How can teachers maximize this in the classroom?
2) How can teachers define that fine line between learning
correct algorithms to learning concepts with technology?
3) How many "experienced" teachers use this in their classroom? and
4) What are your views on technolgy in the classroom?

Thank you for your response(s) to this question.
Dave Leom
Concordia College
Moorhead, MN









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