Archive: Technology for Teachers

Technology for Teachers

This is a 5 part video to support the Federation of Women Teachers' Association of Ontario's professional development programme, designed to encourage female elementary teachers to use more information technology. The show looks at how the computer can do more than a typewriter, reduce paperwork and be integrated in to the curriculum. It also looks at security issues surrounding protection of information and student use of the Internet, and finally, what teachers can do to keep up with the technology.
Aired:
Jul 30, 2001
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