By: Luis E. Troncoso. EACHING ECHNOLOGY In The 21 ST Century. Outline. Our Mission Barriers to Technology Integration 21st Century Skills Multimedia uses in Elementary Benefits and Non-Benefits of Multimedia uses Characteristics and Expectations Conclusion and Recommendation
In The 21ST Century
Our mission is to support and guide an educational environment that lacks the confidence and skills to incorporate technology as an integral part in learning. The focus is to develop our students’ learning capacity with problem solving skills, global awareness, and media and information literacy. Our end result shall be a competent and computer savvy generation of students equipped for the technology of tomorrow.
21st century skills begin with teachers
21st century children are Information Oriented
New Information Landscape
New meaning to literacy
Research shows success in technology integration
A mutual vision "technology, an integral element to teaching and learning”
We need prepared, confident, and high spirited teachers
“Our end result shall be a competent and computer savvy generation of students equipped for the technology of tomorrow”
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