- Teaching and Learning in the Information Age LT711 Michelle Mehlberg.
Teaching and Learning in the Information Age LT711 Michelle Mehlberg.
Teaching and Learning in the Information AgeLT711Michelle Mehlberg"Many instructional arrangements seem "contrived," but there is nothing wrong with that. It is the teacher's function to contrive conditions under which students learn. It has always been the task of formal education to set up behavior which would prove useful or enjoyable later in a student's life." B.F. Skinner So it is with integrating technology into education today.MathScienceSocial ScienceEnglishForeign LanguageVocational ClassesTeachersIntegration IssuesEver ChangingTimeFacilitatorLife-Long LearningNew OpportunitiesWorld of WorkTimeCollaborationNo BoundariesAdministratorsBudget issuesBuilding constraintsBetter equip students for the work worldOpportunity for courses not available at the district (DDN or Distance Education)Student CommentsControlAccess to world beyond school doorsSometimes OverwhelmingHands OnFunFor the FutureEmpowering StudentsTeaching and Learning in the Information Age!Today is your day. Youre off to Great Places! Youre off and away! You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose. Youre on your own. And you know what you know. And YOU are the guy (and gal) wholl decide where to go. Dr., Seuss, Oh, the Places Youll Go!Thank you to those teachers, administrators and students who offered their comments.Kathy Knudsen (English)Julie Bruckner (Business and Computers)Tamra Haven (Special Education)Laura Kramp (Social Science and English)Muriel Deckert (Network Administrator)Mike Simonson (Program Professor, Instructor of Technology and Distanced EducationStudents:Jessica Mehlberg, Kandace HanleyJerry Hink, Corey Flatten