Incorporating Technology

Debates for the 21st Century Classroom (First Edition)
Nicholas Von Glahn, Sara Langford, and Anjana Narayan
©2019, 186 pages
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    Incorporating Technology: Debates for the 21st Century Classroom helps educators understand how technology impacts the classroom and can be incorporated in the classroom. The book presents controversial issues related to using technology in the classroom, while also highlighting the benefits of technology as a pedagogical tool. This holistic approach to the subject matter emphasizes the complexity of the debate over technology in the classroom and challenges readers to think critically about it.

    Readers examine the debate surrounding new technology-based pedagogy versus traditional pedagogy, the assertion that technology invites distraction in the classroom, and fads in education. Additional chapters compare the in-person classroom approach to online learning environments, explore the debate surrounding technology and the interactions it creates, and introduces educators to policies they can adopt regarding personal digital devices in the classroom. The text closes with chapters dedicated to analyzing major debates surrounding the topic and offering readers key takeaways, conclusions, and future debates.

    Designed to help educators view this complex issue from a variety of angles, Incorporating Technology is an excellent resource for academic programs in education. The book can also be used by practicing educators to help them introduce technology or improve upon the use of technology in their classrooms.

    Nicholas Von Glahn is an associate professor of cognitive, behavioral, and experimental psychology at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. He earned his Ph.D. from Central Michigan University.
    Anjana Narayan is an associate professor of sociology and social work at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. She earned her Ph.D. from the University of Connecticut.
    Sara Langford is an assistant professor of industrial and organizational psychology at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. She earned her Ph.D. from Central Michigan University.

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