By: Kiersten Bush
Tech continues to make inroads in how teachers structure and lead their classrooms and how students accomplish learning. Sometimes keeping up with the pace of classroom change is difficult.
Of course, computers have been a part of classrooms for quite some time—decades, in fact. But as technology has gotten more accessible and more affordable, it’s meant that more and more students can take advantage of it for research, ideas, and information. Tablets are now commonplace, as are smart boards and smart tables. All have various options and opportunities to help children get their needs met and teachers adapt to different learning styles. This graphic runs through type of technologies in today’s classroom.