Reflections



3. Model Digital-Age Work and Learning

Mr. Graybeal's webpage
This is a standard that is something that is a little easier to implement. To be able to communicate and demonstrate knowledge of technology is something, with the implementation of the technology usage in Pickens County, that is much more realistic. Communication is done primarily through email and online newsletters. We are required to keep our technology up-to-date on our webpages, and often we go beyond the basics to give our students online opportunities for learning and activities.

I have found that the lack of technology at home has limited my ability to implement this fully. I place many files that would be useful on my webpage, but many of my students don’t have access to these at home because they don’t even have a computer at home… let alone internet access. I do use the technology extensively in my class, and demonstrate how to use it on the Promethean Board, but more extensive access beyond that is very difficult due to the limited access to technology.

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  1. * Dr. Mac says:

    The digital divide often creates problems with students accessing technology.

    Dr. Mac

    | Reply Posted 8 years, 9 months ago


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