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The classroom organization exercise is used in an undergraduate educational technology course at Purdue University. Its purpose is to examine possible grouping strategies for optimal technology integration while taking into account the physical constraints of a classroom.
This would be useful if teachers were creating a new classroom; however, most classrooms already have computers and furniture already in place. New teachers may find this useful as they create their own classroom environment.
Look for current articles to support technology use in the classroom.
Some of the links are inoperable and should be reviewed/adjusted to keep current. I enjoyed reviewing the websites that do work.
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4 years ago
The concept of developing a physical classroom environment that reflects the teachers philosophy is note worthy. However, this is a difficult "stand alone" assignment without any supporting links or information on how room arrangement reflects philosophy.
The link taking you to this assignment goes to an animation that did not work for me. The assignment description could be found by clicking on "class org directions" at the top of the page.
12 years ago
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