Technology is constantly growing and improving to make us rapidly move further into the 21st Century. High technology changed our life, thinking, and impacted the whole world. We rely on technology and cannot escape it. Since technology is part of life and impacts our education, work, and society we must adapt. If we cannot quickly master technology and rely on our students’ technology skills, then we are outdated and even miss the boat.

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  1. Amy Hoffman says:

    Hi! I agree with you that technology is constantly growing and changing, and we as educators have to prepare our students for this type of change and constantly introduce new technology to them. How will you use technology in your classroom through your blog? I am trying to create a problem of the day on my blog to have students visit and try to use their critical thinking skills to solve it in a variety of ways. Look forward to hearing more about how you are incorporating technology with your students through your blog.

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    • lilaoshiclassroomblog says:

      Hi Amy,
      Thank you for taking time to read and to give comment. It is a good strategy to help students use their critical thinking to solve problem. Thank you for sharing. I never used social media and blog to teach students yet, I will begin to post some articles on blog as reading materials to ask them to read and respond with their opinions. Next, I will design some activities on my blog to have students post their work on the blog also to share with each other.

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    • lilaoshiclassroomblog says:

      Hi Monique,
      I never used social media and blog to teach students yet, I will begin to post some articles on blog as reading materials to ask them to read and respond with their opinions. Next, I will design some activities on my blog to have students post their work on the blog and share with each other.

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