Thursday, May 26, 2005

QuickTake: Do Students Learn Better with Technology?

Although the linked paper by Gay Fawcett is 5 years old and applies to younger students, the question is still relevant. Do students learn better with technology? I think the answer is yes, and in future posts I'll direct you to research on the question.
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3 Comments:

Blogger Felicia said...

Dr. Ayers
I know technology is very important. I am learning so much from our blog assignments and I enjoy the way you incorporate your teachings with technology. I know that in the future I will see much much more of this. It makes learnng fun and I is cool to see what we know on the net. Also, I think I am getting blogaddict.:)

5:54 PM  
Blogger rosario said...

Yes, I strongly believe students learn better with technology. Technology enhances higher order thinking skills.

2:09 PM  
Blogger Paula Bustamante said...

I agree, Professor Ayers I learned how to do blogging this summer. I had never heard about it before. The first day of class, I was thinking what in the world is that? Thanks to you, I learned something new that I will continue to do. I hope you continue teaching the blogging.

11:22 AM  

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