Today's classroom are not what they used to be. Students are not the same. Teachers have expressed "fear" and lack of confidence in
today's classrooms. They do not fear computers as such. They fear integrating computers in their teaching because they feel the students would be ahead of them. They are afraid of making
mistakes. Many teachers do not feel in control of their classrooms in the computer room. The answer to this critical issue is
classroom management training and ongoing support.
"To hold students' attention, teachers need to plan carefully and
make sure that the technologies they employ actually enrich the lesson; attempts to "electrify" old lesson plans by means of token technology use are less likely to succeed."
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