Both teachers and organizations have changed their strategies are a result of changes in student’s needs. There are different strategies for implementing technology-based learning activities. Implementing technology-based learning activities has challenges. One of the greatest challenges of implementing technology-based activities is meeting the technological needs of the students. In order to offset the challenge of implementing technology-based activities by meeting students’ needs, an alternative to broadband connected computers, has to be meet. The challenge of implementing technology-based activities by meeting students’ needs can easily be solved though creativity.
Essential to life in the 21st century, the personal computer was invented, in 1977, and began the information age, which continues today. It is no doubt that the change of technology leads to a change in learning. Students have seen an increase of technological based learning in the classroom. Not only have students’ students’ learning environments have changed, but their ideal learning environments have changed. In the article, “Student Expectations of Technology-Enhanced Pedagogy: A Ten-Year Comparison,” in the 2006 college students’ ideal learning environments include computer presentation software (Powerpoint), computer simulation, and internet (access in-class) (Jackson 2011). Additionally, as a teacher, because students’ mindset have changed, a teacher’s strategy have to change. There are different strategies for implementing technology-based learning activities, and although, implementing technology-based learning activities has challenges.
Implementing Technology-Based Activities
“In a study of more than 230 organizations, Novations Group found that organizations are delivering technology- based learning methods both in response to budget constraints as well as changing learner preferences” (Novations Group 2010). Both teachers and organizations...
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