11 edition of Computers and classroom culture found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 245-262) and indexes.
|Statement||Janet Ward Schofield.|
|LC Classifications||LB1028.43 .S34 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 271 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||271|
|ISBN 10||0521473683, 052147924X|
|LC Control Number||95001624|
A classroom culture of trust and acceptance is the foundation for establishing an environment in which students are empowered and comfortable with: providing feedback to continuously improve classroom teaching and learning; learning from mistakes to enhance achievement; aiming for "stretch" goals to maximize their potential. Computers, Curriculum, and Cultural Change is a comprehensive introduction to using computers in K settings. It includes not only the "nuts and bolts" of educational computing and up-to-date coverage of hardware and software issues, but is distinguished by its emphasis on the deeper questions of how computers are redefining the way we teach and learn.
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In Computers and Classroom Culture, Janet Schofield observes the fascinating dynamics of the computer-age classroom. Among her many discoveries, Schofield describes how the use of an artificially-intelligent tutor in a geometry class unexpectedly changes aspects such as the level of peer competition and the teacher's grading practices.
She also Cited by: In Computers and Classroom Culture, first published inJanet Schofield observes the fascinating dynamics of the computer-age classroom. Among her many discoveries, Schofield describes how the use of an artificially-intelligent tutor in a geometry class unexpectedly changes aspects like the level of peer competition and the teachers Cited by: Computers and Classroom Culture August August Read More.
Author: Janet Ward Schofield. Computers and Classroom Culture explores the meaning of computer technology for our schools.
In clear and direct prose, Janet Schofield examines ways that computer use is shaped by the social context in which it occurs and how attitudinal and organizational barriers obstruct it. As important as it is to realize the potential of computer technology to improve education, it is just as important to understand how the social organization of schools and classrooms influences the use of computers, and in turn is effected by that technology in unanticipated ways.
In Computers and Classroom Culture, first published inJanet Schofield observes the fascinating dynamics of.
This book explores the meaning of computer technology in schools. The book is based on data gathered from a two-year observation of more than 30 different classrooms in an urban high school: geometry classes in which students used artificially intelligent tutors; business classes in which students learned word processing; and computer science classes in which students learned programming.
The primary lesson that I learned from this book was not that computers need to be in the classroom. It was that the classroom needs to have the tools necessary to connect with the larger community in which the students live. They need to see themselves a valuable and contributing part of this inclusive s: 3.
In fact, each class is unique because of the teacher and how they present what it means to be part of the class. One way to build the culture is to start the year by getting to know each other.
The time you spend building a strong classroom culture in the first few weeks of school will bring amazing returns every day of the year. Classroom culture involves creating an environment where students feel safe and free to be involved.
It’s a space where everyone should feel accepted and included in everything. Students should be comfortable with sharing how they feel, and teachers should be. A perfect computer for a household with kids that need to learn how to use a computer or may need access to learning programs (such as ABC Mouse) that are internet-based" " It connected to my WiFi instantly, daughter already did her google classroom work and it was nice and smooth.
Culture. Gender. Life. This analysis considered the effect of computers in the classroom on academic achievement by analyzing six factors: frequent in-class computer use by trained teachers. A global study into the effect of tablets, laptops and desktop computers in the classroom raises question over whether they necessarily contribute to a better education.
This finding suggests that classroom computers have an observable effect on teaching styles, but also that they may fit in with some high school subjects more easily than others. Several lines for future inquiry into the interaction of subject cultures and educational technologies are opened.
Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Computers in the Classroom May Do More Harm Than Good—If They're Overused. Tom Jacobs is a senior staff writer at Pacific Standard, where he specializes in social science, culture, and learning.
He is a veteran journalist and former staff writer for the Los Angeles Daily News and the Santa Barbara News-Press. Is It Time To Ban Computers From Classrooms?: Cosmos And Culture A new paper delivers a clear verdict on computers in the classroom. A classroom computer can be an incredibly effective tool for teaching and learning.
There are many benefits that come along with having computers in the classroom such as the ability to provide. Motivating Students Book Lists Teacher Problems Positive School Culture Literacy Free Printables Writing Classroom Decor School Supplies EdTech COVID/Coronavirus Current Events Self-care STEAM Diversity & Inclusion Behavior Management Classroom Organization Classroom Community New Teacher Advice Craft Projects Game-based Learning Inspiring.
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I n the heart of Silicon Valley is a nine-classroom school where employees of tech giants Google, Apple and Yahoo send their children. But despite its location in America’s digital centre, there. What is Classroom Culture? Definition of Classroom Culture: Critical features of classroom life that characterize its educational “personality” and reflect both tacit and explicit educational values, beliefs and processes concerning the meaning of learning, teaching, knowledge, technology, student and teacher roles, power and responsibilities.Use picture books and novels as a way to inspire students to learn more about the history and culture of the Latino group depicted in the story.
Look for stories that use Spanish words and phrases — they provide realism and show respect for the culture.Welcome on behalf of Pop Culture Classroom I'm owner and I'm I'm just really excited to be here.
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