Monday, November 2, 2009


In the article "Did I Say That" David Warlick explained that he came upon an article that explained that teachers are not good unless they understand how to use technology. The thing is that his name was all over this article. He explained that he did say that teachers are better when they can use technology but he didn’t think it made them a bad teacher. Do you think it makes a teacher better if they know how to use technology?

1 comment:

  1. I don't think technology alone makes a teacher good or bad. It can make certain teachers more effective than others, but when it comes right down to it, whether a teacher is good or bad depends on the teacher. If a teacher wants their students to learn, they will do everything they can to get the information through to their students. Because the times are changing, it can sometimes be easier to get through to students by using technology, as opposed to sitting in a classroom and lecturing all day. Technology can spice up a lesson and catch the interest of the students. What do you think? Does the use of technology make a teacher better?