Technology and media can be used to enhance student learning in the classroom. Technology provides an effective and engaging way to learn, while media helps to convey information in a way that is both entertaining and informative. Here are three technological or media tools that can be used to enhance student learning in a field experience classroom:
Select and then explain at least three technological or media tools that can be used to enhance student learning in your field experience classroom
1. Interactive whiteboard: An interactive whiteboard is a great way for students to collaborate, interact with each other, and actively participate in lessons. The interactive board allows teachers to draw diagrams, create charts, show videos or audio clips, import documents from other sources such as Google Docs or Dropbox, take notes on virtual sticky notes, etc., all which help students get engaged with the material being taught. Moreover, this technology has been proven to have positive effects on student engagement and knowledge retention.
2. Online Learning Platforms: Online platforms provide an easy-to-use interface for creating classes and managing materials for students’ learning activities such as quizzes and assignments. Students can use these platforms anywhere they have access to the internet; they do not need any special equipment or expensive software licenses like traditional methods of instruction require them too. Furthermore online platforms allow instructors/teachers more flexibility when it comes assessing classwork because tests can be administered online instead of having students wait til their next session together in order for assessments/tests results can be collected by the teacher right away after completion by the student(s).
3. Video Conferencing Software: Video conferencing software provides real-time video communication between teachers located remotely from one another – perfect for busy field experience classrooms where live interactions are important but remote attendance may not always be possible due to geography limitations (or Covid restrictions!). This type of software also offers features such as screen sharing capabilities which allow teachers present slideshows or documents within their classrooms without having actual physical copies available so everyone viewing them at home has access too – ideal for those who cannot attend class physically but still want know what’s happening inside! One example of popular video conferencing software includes Zoom which many people around world now use every day during pandemic times due its low cost yet high quality tech service offering different levels meeting hosting services depending on user needs!