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Are young children well suited to the use of technology? Modern technologies are very powerful because they rely on one of the most powerful genetic biases we do have - the preference for visually presented information. The human brain has a tremendous bias for visually presented information. Television, movies, videos, and most computer programs are very visually oriented and therefore attract and maintain the attention of young children. When young children sit in fr
Proper use of technology in teaching is valuable to the learning experience, but existing barriers must be addressed and overcome by teachers for the successful realization of a technology-enhanced, learner-centered classroom. The two types of barriers faced by teachers are first-order barriers and second-order barriers (Tsai & Chai, 2012). First-order barriers deal with external factors affecting the teacher such as institutional support and training, as wel
Spelling Errors in Online Writing - The Game Is Changing, The Rules Too, Does It Matter?
It's time to engage your students and make your students totally interested in what you're teaching. Here I provide 3 simple way(as easy as you can ever think) for you to perform imediatly after you finish reading it. You can check the result yourself.
Up until today, you may have missed one of the most exciting teaching revolutions that modern technology has provided. And as some of the best revolutions are, this one is free.
Almost everyone says that computer games are bad for you. But some games you can have fun playing can also help you in school, and in life, if you let them.