Different Styles of Teaching With Technology

Teachers use laptops, Chromebooks, and tablets to enhance the learning process by helping students develop critical thinking skills, grasp challenging concepts more easily, and express their unique ideas clearly. Instructors may rely on laptops and other devices as a lesson's focal point or use them to supplement traditional teaching techniques. Technology helps teachers develop a more effective and engaging teaching style.

5 Examples of Technology Teaching Styles

Teaching with technology can encompass various styles.

1. Visual Learning

Some students learn best by viewing diagrams, charts, photographs, or other visual aids. Teachers can use computers and other technology to display images and concepts that resonate better than words with these learners. Examples include YouTube videos and PowerPoint presentations that elaborate on challenging topics or subjects.

2. Kinesthetic Learning

This method works well with students who learn more effectively through physical or hands-on activities than through lectures, books, videos, and images. Technology can replicate techniques that students would otherwise perform by hand. For example, an interactive online program can allow them to simulate building an object for a science project or creating a reaction in chemistry.

3. Student-Created Content

More creative students can utilize their skills and imagination to generate projects aided by technology. The work could be an elaborate video presentation, e-book, computer game or program. While the teachers are available to provide guidance when needed, students can gain a tremendous sense of accomplishment by completing most of the work themselves.

4. Gamified Learning

Many students are already adept at playing computer-based games. Educators can capitalize on these skills and increase engagement by integrating online learning games and apps into the instructional process. These vehicles can provide a solo or collaborative learning experience.

5. Remote Learning

With more K-12 school districts issuing laptops and tablets to their pupils, teachers have additional opportunities to communicate with their students. They can create digital content that kids can access outside the classroom. The benefits of remote learning have become more profound in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic when children were stuck at home. Ill students can take time off to recover without falling behind, and teachers can upload recorded lessons for students to review before tests.

Contact Higher Ground to Learn More

Higher Ground can provide more insight into the different teaching styles with technology and how they can benefit your unique learning environment. We can also offer reliable cases to protect your K-12 school district's significant investment in laptops, tablets, Chromebooks, and other devices. Contact us for more information today.