Available Teacher Resources On Computers
Computer technology has taken the world by storm, and continues to be a global phenomenon that keeps advancing as time goes on. It is estimated that around 1,966,514,816 people worldwide use a computer to access the Internet. Most of us would not know what to do if we were unable to access a computer. We have become so accustomed to the many helpful features and tasks that our world would be lost if computer technology was to become obsolete.
1. Students need to have a good understanding of computer technology for advancement in school and their future professional lives. Students can conduct research for class assignments and have access to academic resources. They will learn to grasp computer technology and help improve economic growth in their future careers.
2. Teachers and students now have access to many helpful software programs that help save time and promote great organizational skills. Students can use Microsoft Word to type up research papers, and teachers can use Microsoft Excel for the organization of their student data.
3. The Internet allows for global communication which means teachers and students both can talk to other teachers and students anytime, from anywhere. This is great for collaborating ideas and getting information through instant messaging, video, or Web conferences.
In 2007, two percent of the entire U.S. workforce telecommuted. In the next twenty years it's estimated that rough forty to fifty percent of the U.S. workforce will be telecommunitng. A deep understanding of computer technology will be manadatory for all future generations. Here are a number of valuable teacher resources on the subject of computers.
- Building A Website- If you're building a website, you will want to stop by this page.
- The Internet - Using the web's power the safe and valid way.
- Presentations- Using Presentation software? This is the place for you!
- Print Publishing- Trying to start a little a newspaper or print publication?
- Spreadsheets- Trying to integrate spreedsheets and Excel into your classroom.