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  1. 1. The Student's Profile What is Educational Technology? Technology: Boon or Bane? Systematic Approach to Teaching Roles of Educational Technology on Learning Roles of Technology on Learning Cone of Experience Learning through Ed. Tech II Conceptual Model of Learning
  2. 2. I am Ivy RacuyaDelos Angeles. I am 18 yearsof age. I was born on November 5, 1997 in Maasin, BrookesPoint, Palawan. I am now a3rd year collegein Palawan StateUniversity- Brookes Point. I am taking Bachelor of Secondary Education Major in Filipino. Presently, I livein Pangobilian,
  3. 3. It is concerned with the practice of educational methods and available resources for the teaching-learning process. On this subject, used of technology integrated into the classroom discusion in order to come up easily on our fast changing world. And for better learning among individual. It is concerned with the practice of educational methods and available resources for the teaching-learning process. On this subject, used of technology integrated into the classroom discusion in order to come up easily on our fast changing world. And for better learning among individual.
  4. 4. Educational Technology " consists of the designs and environments that engage learners... and reliable techniques or methods for engaging learning such as cognitive learning strategies and critical thinking skills." Educational Technology " consists of the designs and environments that engage learners... and reliable techniques or methods for engaging learning such as cognitive learning strategies and critical thinking skills." Educational Technology is a theory about how problems in human learning are identified and solve. -David H. Jonassen, et al 1999- Educational Technology is a theory about how problems in human learning are identified and solve. -David H. Jonassen, et al 1999-
  5. 5. Educational technology 2 is concerned with “Integrating Technology into Teaching and Learning.” Specifically this is focused on introducing, reinforcing, supplementing and extending the knowledge and skills to learners so that they can become exemplary users of educational technology. Mainly directed to student teachers, also professional teachers who may wish to update their knowledge of educational technology, it is our goal that this course can help our target learners to weave technology in teaching with software (computer programmed learning materials) becoming a natural extension of their learning tools.
  6. 6. Innovation of technology was one of the greatest happeInnovation of technology was one of the greatest happe inin our world. The invention of computers and it' s continour world. The invention of computers and it' s continu improvement makes our life more better and more easieimprovement makes our life more better and more easie It greatly affects us. Our way of life mostly depends onIt greatly affects us. Our way of life mostly depends on technologiestechnologies sorround us. Like what the famous Alvinsorround us. Like what the famous Alvin Toffler says, " The illiterateToffler says, " The illiterate person on 21st century will notperson on 21st century will not those who cannot read and write butthose who cannot read and write but those who cannotthose who cannot learn, unlearn and relearn." So that, mostly of uslearn, unlearn and relearn." So that, mostly of us used technologies to adopt the changesused technologies to adopt the changes around us and will not be behind. However, it'saround us and will not be behind. However, it's ii mprovementsmprovements bringsbrings more hazards on us. Technologies camore hazards on us. Technologies ca use in fraud and doing baduse in fraud and doing bad things.. Invention of powerfulthings.. Invention of powerful
  7. 7. Otherwise, I can say that, it's benefits outweigh the negative impact of technologies. Because I believed that Technology invented for the goodness of mankind not for the destruction of us. It helps us to accomplished our works easily and effeciently and live lively. On educational aspect, It improve the learning of individual ' cause it allows us to explore our knowledge. However, we should have self-disciplined and set our limitations on everything we do. We should not let technologies control us instead we should control it. Besides we are human and technologies was only a product of our wide and creative imagination.
  8. 8. It is a medium of communication. You can communicate on someone cheaper and easier.  Lively life. It can entertain you by accessing in the different social network sites. You can see the different places around the world without travelling.  Allows everyone to access on information.  Encourages innovation and creativity.  Convenience of travelling.
  9. 9.  Overused of gadgets can be a distraction to studies and works.  It will cause job loss. Manpower can be replace by machines.  It can be used for any forms of fraud.  Over-relying on technologies, makes someone to be lazy.  Invention of more powerful weapons/technologies that leads on creating gaps between superior and inferior countries.  It is non- biodegrable waste. It pollutes our environments permanently.  Leads to poor communication. ( Face to Face communication)
  10. 10. It isanetwork of elementsor parts different from each other but each oneis special in thesensethat each performsaunique function for thelifeand effectivenessof the instructtional system.
  11. 11. DO- Define objective.DO- Define objective. - It will be the guide of the teachers as well the learners on what to learn. CAM- Choose Appropriate MethodCAM- Choose Appropriate Method - Selection of the appropriate methods of teaching. CAE- Choose Appropriate ExperiCAE- Choose Appropriate Experie - Selection of the appropriate experiences for the learners.
  12. 12. EF- Selection of Materials, Experiences and FacilitiesEF- Selection of Materials, Experiences and Facilities APR- Assign Personel Roles ITI- Implement The Instruction Selecting thebest instructional material to achieved thebestSelecting thebest instructional material to achieved thebest learning outcome.learning outcome. Giving task to thestudent to help you achieved your objective. Application of all thethingsyou planned and prepared in order to meet your objective.
  13. 13. EO- Evaluate Outcomes RP- Refine the Process tematic Approach to Teaching Evaluating theoutcomeof thediscussion for usto know if our objectiveisachieved or not. It isaprocessafter thestudent passed theevaluation and theteacher achieveher objectiveand shecould process to anew lesson but if theobjectivewould not met then theteacher should start again her teaching process.
  14. 14. What is Technol ogy?? "Technology came fromthe word TECHNE. Technology refers to all the ways people use their inventions and discoveries to satisfy theirneeds and wants."
  15. 15. What comesfirst in your mind if you heard the word TECHNOLOGY?Most of thepeoplethought that technology refersto computersand gadgets. Computersvery common on mankind. Invention of it changed many aspect of way of lifeby man. But weshould not limit our self that technologies refersto only computers. Weshould familiarizethe other product of technology. Modern vehiclessuch ascars, airplanes, jetplanesand other thing weused in transportation isoneof theproduct of technology. Thereareso many kindsof technology invented by man. Asthetimegoesby, technologiesbecomemore powerful, faster and cheaper unlikein thepast.
  16. 16.  As delivery vehicle for instructional lessons.As delivery vehicle for instructional lessons.  Technology serves as a source and presenterTechnology serves as a source and presenter of knowlegde.of knowlegde.  Assumes that knowledge is embeddedAssumes that knowledge is embedded in the technology and it presents thatin the technology and it presents that knowledge to a student.knowledge to a student. Traditional Way
  17. 17. Constructivist Way As partner in the learning process.As partner in the learning process.  It engages learner in active, constructive,It engages learner in active, constructive, intentional, authentic, and cooperative learning.intentional, authentic, and cooperative learning.  Provides opportunities for technology andProvides opportunities for technology and learners interaction for meaningful learning.learners interaction for meaningful learning.
  18. 18. The Roles of Technology in Education Technology plays a vital role in education. It serves as a teaching aid. It gives new information to both teacher and learner . It is a source of information. It makes the task, project, research etc. faster and easier. And it makes the discussion in an enjoyable and interesting way.
  19. 19. In present generation, the learners could not learn only from printed materials such as books, dictionaries and encyclopedias. They could not learn only by their teachers. But learners could learn more through the use of technology especially with the help of internet. It could help the learners to enhance their skills. Technology could be helpful on learners as well on the teachers. Both of them could accomplished their works easier and faster. However, Technology couldn't replace the teachers. Technologies does not have emotions to the learner. They could adjust theirselves to avoid the boredom on classroom. In the reason that, teachers could be caring and devoted one.
  20. 20. partner to support learning by reflecting:partner to support learning by reflecting: learners to articulate and represent what thlearners to articulate and represent what th ng on what they have learned and how theyg on what they have learned and how they ing learners internal negotiations and decising learners internal negotiations and decis cting personal representations of meaningcting personal representations of meaning ngng Learnig Episode 3- TheLearnig Episode 3- The Roles of EducationalRoles of Educational Technology in LearningTechnology in Learning les of Educational Technology in Learnin
  21. 21. •Ascontext to support learning- by -doing: for representing and simulating meaningful real world problems, situationsand context, for representing beliefs, perspectives, argumentsand storiesof others, for defining asafe, controllableproblem space for student thinking. • Asasocial medium to support learning by conversing for collaboration with others, for discussing, arguing and building consensus among membersof acommunity, for supporting discourseamong knowledge- building communities. Learning Episode 3- Roles of Educational Technology
  22. 22. The cone of experience is a pictorial device use to explain the interrelationships of the various types of audio-visual media, as well as their individual “positions” in the learning process.
  23. 23. • Educational technology gives us a better comprehension of how technology is being integrated to the teaching-learning process which could make the learning more fun for the students and for the teachers as well. It engage the students on a collaborative way with the internet in order for them to learn better because learning is said to be a social activity. One may not learn alone he needs others to learn more comprehensively.
  24. 24. • It is involve a deeper understanding of the computer as well as hands-on application of computer skills. But this is not to say that the goal of the course is to promote computer skills. Rather, the course is primarily directed at enhancing teaching-and-learning through technology integration.
  25. 25. Conceptual Learning
  26. 26.  Conceptual learning is a process by which students learn how to organize information in logical mental structures.  Conceptual learning focuses on learning organizing principles – the cubby holes in which the mind organizes facts into ideas.  Conceptual learning is a catalyst for challenging students to think at more advanced levels.
  27. 27. • Inductive Learning is the process of learning and reasoning from detailed facts to general principles. • Deductive Learning is the process of learning and reasoning from general principles (concepts) to detailed facts. Facts Principles Facts Principles
  28. 28. Pedagogical aPProaches  A focus on concepts in itself does not guarantee conceptual learning.  Faculty must adopt active learning strategies to enhance conceptual learning.  Concepts must be woven through all courses and incorporated into clinical learning as well as didactic courses
  29. 29. Benefits of concePtual aPProach • Focus on problems across disease categories and populations • Fosters systematic observations about events or conditions that influence problem • Fosters understanding of relationships among events or conditions that impact situation • Focus on nursing actions and interdisciplinary
  30. 30. Tanner’s Model of Clinical ReasoningTanner’s Model of Clinical Reasoning • Helpful as a guide to conceptual teaching • 4 Steps: – Noticing – Interpreting – Responding – Reflecting
  31. 31. • Understand meaning of conceptUnderstand meaning of concept • Recognize who is at risk for problemsRecognize who is at risk for problems (Notice)(Notice) • Recognize problems when they occurRecognize problems when they occur (Interpret)(Interpret) • Know what to do (Respond)Know what to do (Respond) • Understanding of impact on otherUnderstanding of impact on other variables (Reflect)variables (Reflect)
  32. 32. Meaningful learningMeaningful learning refers to the concept that the learned knowledge (lets say a fact) is fully understood by the individual and that the individual knows how that specific fact relates to other stored facts (stored in your brain that is).
  33. 33. Discovery LearningDiscovery Learning is a method of inquiry-based instruction, discovery learning believes that it is best for learners to discover facts and relationships  themselves.
  34. 34. Generative learning is a theory that involves the active integration of new ideas with the learner’s existing schemata.
  35. 35. ConstructivismConstructivism as a paradigm or worldview posits that learning is an active, constructive process. The learner is an information constructor. People actively construct or create their own subjective representations of objective reality.
  36. 36. TheThe StudentStudent BeforeBefore EducationEducation alal TechnologTechnolog yy 22
  37. 37. Educational technology is indeed very helpful to us. But it should not be abused nor be used in a wrong way because I believe that these technologies are not invented to destroy nor to degrade all humanity rather these are being invented to help us in all aspect of our lives.
  38. 38. The students should be taught how to use it properly. But teaching alone may not be enough for them to learn the teacher should also let their students experience a thing in order for them understand what it is all about.
  39. 39. Thank you for watching
  40. 40. Passed by: Erwin Toble and Ivy R. Delos Angeles Education Student Major in FILIPINO BSED-III Submitted to: Ms. Jovengrace F. Cabahug

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