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Laptop computers in the K-12 classroom

Laptop computers in the K-12 classroom

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Published by Clearinghouse on Information & Technology in [Syracuse, NY] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Laptop computers.,
  • Education -- Data processing.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Yvonne Belanger.
    SeriesERIC digest -- EDO-IR-2000-05, ERIC digest (Syracuse, N.Y.) -- EDO-IR-00-5.
    ContributionsERIC Clearinghouse on Information & Technology.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18337795M

      Why schools should provide one laptop per child We are researchers of technology and learning in K environments, and our research suggests this would be shortsighted.   The letter cited a national survey that found two-thirds of K teachers said the number of students who are negatively distracted by digital technologies in the classroom is growing.

    HP Education is committed to the continual integration of technology in our schools with education solutions built for classrooms and designed for educators. Skip to Content Skip to Footer Laptops .   The Best Laptops for College Students in college classroom, and campus quad for this school year. He has also worked in the science-book field and as an editor of computer-tech books.

    Answer: Yes, your child may be able to get a free school-issued computer. Let’s start with the most straightforward option. For kids who have an IEP or a plan, the public school must provide the technology they need for can include a free laptop or digital tablet. Find your favorite computer devices easily online at View our wide selection of desktop and laptop computers, tablets, printers, cables, and more!


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Laptop computers in the K-12 classroom Download PDF EPUB FB2

Laptops has only begun; relatively few K schools have had laptops in place long enough to generate longitudinal studies of their impact on student achievement. It remains to be seen what additional research will reveal about the long-term impact of laptops on student achievement and outcomes.

EQUITY CONTROVERSYFile Size: 31KB. In a study of Anytime Anywhere Learning, commissioned by Microsoft (published as the Rockman Report), five models were identified of laptop use currently in place at the K level: concentrated, where each student has his/her own laptop for use at home or in school; class set, where a school-purchased classroom set is shared among teachers; dispersed, where in any given classroom Cited by: Laptop computers in the K classroom [microform] / by Yvonne Belanger.

Laptop Computers in the K Classroom. ERIC Digest. by Belanger, Yvonne. Over the past decade, many schools have investigated the educational possibilities of mobile computing.

More recently, an increasing number of K schools are implementing the use of laptop computers. The Unwired Classroom talks about the advantages of using wireless laptop PC's in the classroom and includes numerous images.

An idea used in many schools is to store the laptops on a cart that can be rolled from classroom to classroom, allowing 's of students to easily share a few laptops with a minimum of disruption -- it's much easier to.

The purpose of this study was to examine factors affecting teachers’ integration of laptops into classroom instruction. A research-based path model was tested based on data gathered from K school teachers to examine direct and indirect contributions of relevant institutional factors (overall support for school technology, technical support, and professional development) and teacher Cited by: Classroom Laptops & Notebooks.

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The Lenovo Series also includes stylish, versatile multimode devices engineered to adapt to your day-to-day needs. Two classroom-based studies (discussed below) suggest that students’ use of laptops can have a positive effect on their attention and learning—if these tools are used for course-related, instructional purposes.

In contrast, one of the two studies found a negative correlation between use of laptops in class and course grade when laptop use. Individual Google profiles allow students to bring their personal settings, accessibility set-up, and extensions to any Chromebook they sign into—in the classroom, library, computer lab, or at home.

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--Professor Elliot Soloway, Dept. of Computer Science & Engineering, University of Michigan/5(61). Computers in the classroom include any digital technology used to enhance, supplement, or replace a traditional educational curriculum with computer science computers have become more accessible, inexpensive, and powerful, the demand for this technology has increased, leading to more frequent use of computer resources within classes, and a decrease in the student-to-computer ratio.

This book is a one-stop-shop for secondary teachers looking to use iPads effectively in the classroom. The author provides a clear and practical overview of how to implement the technology, manage it, and use it successfully.

Shopping for a computer or laptop before going back to school doesn't need to be overwhelming. We're here to help parents find the best choice for their unique student. Of course, the best laptop for college won't necessarily be right for a kindergartner.

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Innovative student laptops built for learning Mobility solutions for. Laptop computers are becoming increasingly prevalent in higher education and are even being used in some K classrooms.

Some schools have laptop programs where students are given laptops and may be required to use them. The School District of Philadelphia will loan a Chromebook to every District K student who needs one, to ensure all students have access to digital learning opportunities while schools remain closed long-term due to COVID (coronavirus) response efforts.

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All K educational programs and settings: computer labs, computers for classrooms, public school. Just a few years ago, teachers were still sceptical about the use of technology. Now, technology in the classroom is everywhere and the advantages and possibilities are beyond imagination.

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Instructors can implement a laptop-free zone, reserving the first or first few rows of the classroom for students who do not use laptops. This creates an area where students who are distracted by neighboring screens and nearby typing are free from those distractions (McCreary, ).The collection ambition of the computer industry–undoubtedly pushed forward by consumer appetite for gadgets–has created an palpable enthusiasm for technology design.

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