The Classroom Change

The classroom is continually changing as technology constantly evolves and places demand on curriculum. Professional educators have the responsibility of embedding technology within the classroom and blending resources within lessons to accommodate educational needs and present information that is meaningful and relevant to students.
Children are familiar with the use of technology and usually adapt well to the integration of computers within the classroom. Students are keen to create content and design websites and publish materials. Technology has impacted education and traditional methods of learning have changed through the use of eBooks, software and numerous applications that are available. Various applications allow students to collaborate inside and outside of the classroom.

Technology engages students in learning and helps build a better educational experience. Nambour Christian College has always been progressive. Our college was one of the first institutions on the Sunshine Coast to have Interactive Whiteboards (IWB) and the school continues to provide learning materials that will enhance educational experiences.

When laptops and devices are on the ready, students can access materials quickly and can couple learning activities with Web 2 Tools to provide meaningful activities that enrich understanding. From early primary to senior, students are influenced by the need for technology to envelope their learning to provide enhanced activities that address individual needs.

It is commonly understood that there are different learning styles and technology accommodates for the various needs that there are within the classroom. There are different levels of understanding and technology provides the tools necessary to address layers of learning to scaffold lessons to lead students along a learning pathway.


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