-Interactive math websites provide students with extra assistance in virtually every math concept and do so in a manner, which is both fun and educational.
-Information technology allows learning anywhere, anytime
-Interactive simulations and illustrations can produce a much greater depth of understanding of a concept.
-Students can work and collaborate with people in other locations
-Three textbooks and three binders easily weigh over 25lb. A laptop computer weighs about 5lb and provides access to infinitely more material via its own storage and the Internet.
-Teachers can collaborate to share their ideas and resources online
-Students can develop valuable research skills at a young age
-Students and teachers have access to an expanse of material
-It engages and challenges students with brand new and interactive methods
-Helps in protecting the environment
-Technology makes education enjoyable
-It makes students more excited to learn
-It enables students to learn at their own pace
-It prepares students for the future
-Computers can assist teachers and act as a tutor for the students who
are falling behind.
-Promotes independent learning
-Child Predators and Cyber Bullying
-Distraction to the Students
-Negative effect on students' writing, such as the use of shortcuts
-Many professors will require re-training in how to apply technology.
-Financial problems may prohibit some students from owning a computer, placing them at a disadvantage.
-Lack of IT skills (both students and teachers)