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ICE 234: Survey of Computers in Schools. Christy Keeler, Ph.D. Digital Divide. Daily Objectives. Define and give examples of the “digital divide.” Provide potential solutions for schools and classrooms that will assist in decreasing the negative effects of the digital divide.

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Ice 234 survey of computers in schools

ICE 234:Survey of Computers in Schools

Christy Keeler, Ph.D.

Digital Divide


Daily objectives

Daily Objectives

  • Define and give examples of the “digital divide.”

  • Provide potential solutions for schools and classrooms that will assist in decreasing the negative effects of the digital divide.

  • Lesson Presentations

    • Present a technology-enhanced lesson in front of a classroom of students.

    • Evaluate technology-enhanced lessons and teacher presentations.


Daily outline

Daily Outline

  • Opening/Blogger Q&A

  • Lecture: Digital Divide

  • Lesson Plan II Presentations

  • Demonstration: Creating JPGs

  • Independent Practice


The digital divide

The Digital Divide

  • Defined

  • Affected subgroups

    • Socio-economic status (SES)

    • Race

    • Gender

    • Language


The digital divide1

The Digital Divide

Source: PEW Internet Projects surveys

between March and August 2000


The digital divide2

The Digital Divide

Source: Pew Internet & American Life Project February-March 2005 Survey (N=2,201); May-June 2005

Survey (N=2,001). Margin of error for comparing the two groups is +/- 5%.


The digital divide3

The Digital Divide

Source: Pew Internet & American Life Project February-March 2005 Survey (N=2,201); May-June 2005

Survey (N=2,001). Margin of error for comparing the two groups is +/- 5%.


The digital divide4

The Digital Divide

Source: Pew Internet & American Life Project February-March 2005 Survey (N=2,201); May-June 2005

Survey (N=2,001). Margin of error for comparing the two groups is +/- 5%.


The digital divide5

The Digital Divide


The digital divide6

The Digital Divide

  • Defined

  • Affected subgroups

    • Socio-economic status (SES)

    • Race

    • Gender

    • Language

  • Methods of increasing resource availability


Ice 234 survey of computers in schools

Lesson Plan II Presentations


Ice 234 survey of computers in schools

Altering Graphics into

JPG Format


Daily objectives1

Daily Objectives

  • Define and give examples of the “digital divide.”

  • Provide potential solutions for schools and classrooms that will assist in decreasing the negative effects of the digital divide.

  • Lesson Presentations

    • Present a technology-enhanced lesson in front of a classroom of students.

    • Evaluate technology-enhanced lessons and teacher presentations.


Daily outline1

Daily Outline

  • Opening/Blogger Q&A

  • Lecture: Digital Divide

  • Lesson Plan II Presentations

  • Demonstration: Creating JPGs

  • Independent Practice


For next session

For Next Session

  • e-Portfolios

    • Getting help

  • Technology Journey II

    • Do NOT begin until e-portfolio is complete

  • Video Storyboards


Ice 234 survey of computers in schools1

ICE 234:Survey of Computers in Schools

Have a great week ~ See you next session!

Christy Keeler, Ph.D.


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