Input and Output Devices

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Input and Output Devices by Mind Map: Input and Output Devices

1. Students love having a tangible item of their work.

2. Teachers can print their learning strategies as a backup if technology is not cooperating.

3. Printers are output devices. They allow the user to display information in a 'hard" copy printed form. ((Duffy, MacDonald. (2011)

4. Flashdrives are good output devices for classroom projects because it allows the learner to store their personal information/projects. It also frees up space on a school network.

5. When using flash drives, students must be responsible.

6. Keyboard contains additional keys for specific uses. The arrow keys acts a pointer when a mouse is not available. As 21st century learners, students are expected to learn keyboarding prior to leaving elementary school. (Duffy, MacDonald. (2011)

7. The mouse can be configured for use on a left handed learner by changing the mouse settings the Control Panel.

8. Monitors are output devices. They display information in a "soft copy" electronic form. (Duffy, MacDonald. (2011)

8.1. Monitors allow students to view the information. They are vital to learner understanding and feedback.

9. Keyboard and mouse are used to most often to input data. (Duffy, MacDonald. (2011)