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# Paper was created in China.

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• # The blackboard and chalkboard begin making their appearances into classrooms (Ryan, Cooper, & Bolick, 2016, 186).

Ryan, K., Cooper, J. M., & Bolick, C. M. (2016). Those Who Can, Teach (Fourteenth ed.). Cengage Learning.
• # Books start to be utilized as a teaching tool.

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• # Classrooms began to be set up based off of students' grade level and not just one-room school buildings (Ryan, et. al., 2016, 186).

Bull, B. (2016, May 3). Why Move Beyond Age Graded Classes? Retrieved from http://etale.org/main/2016/05/03/school-before-age-graded-classes/ Ryan, K., Cooper, J. M., & Bolick, C. M. (2016). Those Who Can, Teach (Fourteenth ed.). Cengage Learning.

• # The Magic Lantern allowed images to be projected to the class with the help of glass plates.

The Evolution of Technology in the Classroom. (2017, August 01). Retrieved from https://online.purdue.edu/ldt/learning-design-technology/resources/evolution-technology-classroom
• # The radio was used as a way for students to obtain information.

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• # Projectors were utilized to show information to the whole class (Ryan et. al., 2016, 186).

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• # Advancement of projectors into overhead projectors created a more efficient teaching tool (Ryan, Cooper, & Bolick, 2016, 186).

The history of technology in education. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://edpuzzle.com/assignments/57e892dd6c45aa312157d32e/watch Ryan, K., Cooper, J. M., & Bolick, C. M. (2016). Those Who Can, Teach (Fourteenth ed.). Cengage Learning.
• # Mimeographs began to be used so that students could all receive a copy of the material.

Santosus, M. (2001, September 15). A History of the Mimeograph. Retrieved from https://www.cio.com/article/2441286
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• # Headphones entered the classrooms and allowed students to listen to audio without having to disturb the other students.

The Evolution of Technology in the Classroom. (2017, August 01). Retrieved from https://online.purdue.edu/ldt/learning-design-technology/resources/evolution-technology-classroom
• # Educational television was introduced to classrooms (Ryan et. al., 2016, 187).

Levin, R. A., & Hines, L. M. (2003). Educational Television, Fred Rogers, and the History of Education. Retrieved from https://www.jstor.org/stable/3218313?seq=1#page_scan_tab_contents Ryan, K., Cooper, J. M., & Bolick, C. M. (2016). Those Who Can, Teach (Fourteenth ed.). Cengage Learning.
• # Videocassette recorders and tapes were introduced to classrooms.

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• # Handheld calculator was used by students to aid them in mathematical configurations.

The Evolution of Technology in the Classroom. (2017, August 01). Retrieved from https://online.purdue.edu/ldt/learning-design-technology/resources/evolution-technology-classroom

• # First SMART board whiteboard

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• # Tablets are used as an interactive tool in the classroom (Ryan et. al., 2016, 195).

Ryan, K., Cooper, J. M., & Bolick, C. M. (2016). Those Who Can, Teach (Fourteenth ed.). Cengage Learning.
• # Usage of iMovies (Ryan et. al., 2016, 196).

iMovies are used to allow students to create their own videos. Ryan, K., Cooper, J. M., & Bolick, C. M. (2016). Those Who Can, Teach (Fourteenth ed.). Cengage Learning.
• # Multimedia presentations such as PowerPoint are introduced to classrooms (Ryan et. al., 2016, 196).

Ryan, K., Cooper, J. M., & Bolick, C. M. (2016). Those Who Can, Teach (Fourteenth ed.). Cengage Learning.
• # Video blogs begin to be used in the classroom (Ryan et. al., 2016, 197).

Ryan, K., Cooper, J. M., & Bolick, C. M. (2016). Those Who Can, Teach (Fourteenth ed.). Cengage Learning.
• # Poll Everywhere program is utilized to keep students engaged in class discussions by allowing them to provide feedback on the concepts being discussed (Ryan et. al., 2016, 197).

Ryan, K., Cooper, J. M., & Bolick, C. M. (2016). Those Who Can, Teach (Fourteenth ed.). Cengage Learning.
• # The GPS made its way into education (Ryan et. al., 2016, 199).

Ryan, K., Cooper, J. M., & Bolick, C. M. (2016). Those Who Can, Teach (Fourteenth ed.). Cengage Learning.
• # Document cameras are used so that teachers can show a document in a way that the whole class can see (Ryan et. al., 2016, 199).

Ryan, K., Cooper, J. M., & Bolick, C. M. (2016). Those Who Can, TEACH (Fourteenth ed.). Cengage Learning.
• # Google spreadsheet is used in classrooms (Ryan et. al., 2016, 200).

Ryan, K., Cooper, J. M., & Bolick, C. M. (2016). Those Who Can, Teach (Fourteenth ed.). Cengage Learning.
• # DreamBox Learning is utilized to help students develop their math skills (Ryan et. al., 2016, 203).

Ryan, K., Cooper, J. M., & Bolick, C. M. (2016). Those Who Can, Teach (Fourteenth ed.). Cengage Learning.
• # The Geometer's Sketchpad is used in classrooms to help students with their geometry skills (Ryan et. al., 2016, 203).

Ryan, K., Cooper, J. M., & Bolick, C. M. (2016). Those Who Can, Teach (Fourteenth ed.). Cengage Learning.
• # Audacity is used to listen to audio files during or outside of class (Ryan et. al., 2016, 204).

Ryan, K., Cooper, J. M., & Bolick, C. M. (2016). Those Who Can, Teach (Fourteenth ed.). Cengage Learning.
• # 3-D printers are becoming more popular. They might eventually be able to print out larger images in classrooms so that students can use them in their studies (Ryan et. al., 2016, 203).

Ryan, K., Cooper, J. M., & Bolick, C. M. (2016). Those Who Can, Teach (Fourteenth ed.). Cengage Learning.