Integrating Technology Into Classrooms for Children and Adult Learners
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Integrating Technology Into Classrooms for Children and Adult Learners

My name is Katie, and I love technology. For years, I worked in a child care centre, and now, I volunteer in an adult literacy classroom. In both of thee situations, I have been impressed by the use of technology. I have seen it integrated in a lot of useful and surprising ways. If you want to use technology in any classroom, my blog will help you generate ideas and learn how to use them effectively. I have three kids, but they are all grown, leaving me with ample time to write. Please, get comfortable and explore these posts. Thanks for finding my blog!

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  • How a Technophobe Can Increase Home Security

    20 July 2016

    A technophobe is someone who shies away from technology, either because they don't understand how it works or because they don't trust computers and other such gadgets. It can be difficult for a technophobe to increase their home's security as many security options revolve around advanced alarm systems, but this doesn't mean that you're without options if you don't like alarms or doesn't trust them to work properly. Note a few tips that any technophobe can use to increase their home's security without using a computer.

  • Backbone cabling: Reasons you should use fibre for your company

    26 January 2016

    Backbone cabling is probably the most important part of the communication system in your organisation. It provides the required interconnection between the components of the system, which enables you to stay connected. The automation of machines and the ability to perform numerous activities from one machine without having to move from one office to another is made possible by backbone cabling. Therefore, you need a reliable and secure cabling mechanism for you to enjoy top notch performance from your system.

  • How Small Businesses Can Prevent Employee Theft

    25 January 2016

    Many business owners worry about staff stealing from them, especially those with smaller businesses which can't afford to absorb the losses that are dealt by such actions. This presents a real problem; you don't want to be overly-accusatory or conduct constant spot-checks since this will alienate your team, but you still deserve the peace of mind that comes with knowing that your assets are safe, whether it be cash or items from the stock-room.

  • Top Ways to Protect Your Computer's Performance and Data

    20 October 2015

    Protecting your computer from hackers and viruses will keep it running optimally and also help to protect sensitive data you store on your computer. Backing up the data on your computer is very simple, but it's not the only way to open up space on your computer and protect that data. Note a few simple tips for protecting your computer's performance and the data you store on it. 1. Never download programs

  • Fixing Common Problems With a Home Computer

    15 September 2015

    Having a slow computer or one that constantly crashes and shuts down is very irritating, and in some cases it may be that you need to simply take it to a repairperson from a company like Phoenix IT to have some parts replaced. However, there are times when you may be able perform computer repairs on your own with a few simple tricks and tips. Note a few things you may want to try before heading to that repair shop.