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Victoria

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Student Support for Technology in Schools
Nov 20, 2014

Our first discussion topic on Education Technology is student support for technology in schools. Give an example of how you have seen students support technology in schools and share your experiences helping out in your own school.

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Re: Student Support for Technology in Schools
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Many teachers at case study schools cited a belief that computer-based technologies could provide support for thinking processes. Many respondents stressed opportunities that technology provides for acquiring problem-solving skills - either through instructional software designed to teach problem solving (including open-ended exploratory software such as LOGO) or through the many requirements for solving problems that naturally emerge when one is trying to use computer tools to accomplish a task (e.g., the selection of appropriate software, figuring out what to do when the system doesn't behave as you expect it to).
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