Making the Most of One-to-One Computing in Networked Classrooms
As 1:1 access to computers increases worldwide, it is essential to understand how to make the most of ubiquitous computing access to enhance teaching and learning. Networked classrooms provide new opportunities for enhanced classroom communication and feedback to students and teachers about students’ learning. Key to making the most of these opportunities is well designed tasks that engage students actively with subject-matter learning, facilitated actively by the classroom teacher and augmented through class discussion.
Keywords1:1 access Low-cost technology Classroom network Student response system Networked graphic calculator Science education Math education
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