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stephena2@odc.edu

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Technology in the classroom
Posted: Oct 15, 2001 3:57 PM
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Technology in Classrooms

We are in a math class for teachers that deals with technology being
incorporated in the classroom at an elementary level. We feel that
this technology, such as computers and the internet, is good in some
aspects because it allows more information to be gathered more
readily, but in other aspects the computer takes away the cognitive
problem solving skills and exposes students to sites with little or no
useful information. This makes it more difficult for students to learn
because dependence on the computer becomes prominent. We are
interested to hear your thoughts on technology, both pros and cons.
Thanks!
Andrea
Hope
Kati
Jessica

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