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David Nelson Leom

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Registered: 12/6/04
Technology in the classroom
Posted: Mar 13, 1995 9:42 PM
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As I have opened up a subject thathas caused much more controversy over
wether or not a storry in a single classroom has validity in the
educational research field, I would like to put my $0.02 worth in now
after the storm.
I visited a teacher in Breckenridge, MN in the same class that helped
stirr this subject up. In this classroom the teacher, who has been
teaching for almost 25 years, solidified my beliefs in this subject.
When I asked him the same question posed to this forum, he simply
responed, "The calculator-computer is here to stay. After having learned
how to do the basic operation, the calculator-computer should be used
all the time." It helps with higher level thinking skills and can be so
helpful when solving real-life problems.
sed Thank you for all of your responses to this question.
much Dave Leommore
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