Some teachers in our area are taking on the role of
learning how to better integrate technology into the
That's the topic at today's Western Wisconsin Education
held at the La Crosse Center.
The annual event brings hundreds of teachers together
to share ways to better connect with students.
This year every session is focused solely on technology.
There's so much out there that we just don't even
know about, so it's finding out about what we could
be doing, what could make us more efficient, what
could make us better teachers.
Some of the technology they talked about includes
and Google Glass.
That is essentially a small computer worn like a pair
The presenter on Google Glass says it would help students
and teachers interact in another way with their class.
Teachers can craft a lesson or capture their real
time instruction in the classroom, then from there
they can share out instantly and immediately with
students, so they can see, hear, and process that
information more clearly, or if they get stuck on
a situtatoin they can see it and hear it again to
put it right into practice.
The big snag on getting Google Glass into classrooms.
each pair costs about 15-hundred dollars.