Technology Reflection Lesson Plan

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Individual Lesson Plan – Technology Reflection

Name: Lynndsey Wilson

1. What technology did you use in your lesson plan? Please be as specific as possible.

In my lesson plan I used the smart board to bring up the http://nlvm.usu.edu/ website. On the website we used the interactive graph, which you can find when click on k-2 and data analysis.

2. Did the technology help you to better understand the content? If so, how? If not, why not?

The technology that I used in the lesson did not personally help me better understand the content. This is because the lesson for graphs is just an introduction for first grade, I feel very confident in my understanding of this content.

3. Do you think your technology will better help your future students understand the content? Why or why not?

I feel strongly that by using the interactive graph and displaying it on my smart board will really help my future students. I believe that it will help those students who are visual and kinesthetic learners because it is displayed for the students and it is interactive.

4. Did the use of your technology help you devise methods to teach the material to your future students? If so, how?

I do not think that the technology really help me devise methods to teach the material to my future students. I came up with how I was going to teach the lesson first. After I came up with the lesson I looked for what kind of technology I could use in…...

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