How can conservative students be persuaded or motivated to learn computers?
one thing that may work it to bet them they cant do it, try rewarding them after learner things. Mabye they can have pizza day after each big exam on the work they are learning!
By conservative I assume you mean: detail oriented, critical thinkers, and students that have a passion for making sense of academic topics, then applying them to real world situations.
Programming may answer that need.
Programming requires the programmer to make plans, organize them in a logical manner then to carry out those plans in a programming language of their choosing.
Alan Perlis said it best:
It goes against the grain of modern education to teach children to program.
What fun is there in making plans, acquiring discipline in organizing thoughts,
devoting attention to detail and learning to be self-critical?
(Epigrams in programming)
A sign of motivated teaching is the classroom itself. It is set up in a way that motivates students, and goes beyond the normal read and do a handout of normal classrooms. There are activities that challenge students, and the lessons are taught in such a way as to interest students. Students in this type of environment are more interested in learning and more willing to participate.
In a computer lab 3 students need 6 computers then how many computers will be needed for 24 students?
Computers store grades and other student records. Academic libraries use computerized databases to allow students and faculty to obtain information. Libraries uses computers to catalog books and check other libraries for interlibrary loan. Faculty use computers to teach online courses and communicate with other faculty and students.
What is the answer to this problem one fifth of today's college students began using computers between the ages of 5 and 8?
Computers provide a great resource of knowledge that students may not be able to find in a traditional High School library. Some books in libraries date as far back as the 1920s. Online resources such as current periodicals, and publications are also more available to students with computers in schools.
The phrase "best laptop computers for college students" refers to the way college students use their laptops. They take them to classes to take notes and to access the internet and therefore are most convenient if they have wireless internet access and an easy to use word processing format like "Notepad."