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Question: 191The following statements deal with the availability of computers in the classroom. Which statement is false. A. Numerous federal and state grants have enabled high poverty and minority schools to catch up to high socio-economic schools in number of students per computerB. Only one or two computers available in your classroom may limit use to demonstrations and word processingC. More than two computers in a classroom adds the possibility of doing collaboratives, independent research,portfolios, and research papersD. Only about 30% or fewer students will have computers at home unless the family income is $50,000 per year ormoreAnswer: AExplanation: Despite the large number of federal and state grants to help schools with high poverty and minority populations tocatch up with schools in higher socio-economic areas, the poorer schools still lag behind in technology. Answer Bis a true statement about the limitations placed on the teacher and students if there are not enough computersavailable for use in the classroom; not much more can be done than demonstrations and the occasional individualwork. Answer C is true in that having more than two computers in the classroom allows more student access forcollaboratives; allows more time on computers for students since they donÆt have to share as much; and enablesstudents to work on more complex projects, such as research and portfolios. Answer D is true and very importantto know; while we assume that all kids are fans of technology, that does not mean that they have access totechnology at home, and the income level for having a home computer is perhaps surprisingly high.
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