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Educational Technology And Assessment

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Educational Technology And Assessment

  1. 1. EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY AND ASSESSMENT Skills and strategies for the use of appropriate technology and assessment in education.
  2. 2. Instructional Methodology… Original graphic removed. 
  3. 3. Major themes…
  4. 4. Link to original graphic  http://files.nsba.org/creatingandconnecting.pdf 
  5. 5. Many students find that their learning is most effective when… They actively construct knowledge during group social interaction and  collaboration. Characteristics of such approaches also include:  an awareness of multiple perspectives  provision of realistic contexts  a sense of ownership and voice  learning as a social experience  an acknowledgement of multiple modes of representation and a sense of self-  awareness (metacognition, or learning about learning). These approaches are often called social constructivism, social learning,  collaborative learning or aggregated learning. The theories of social constructivist epistemology provide a rigorous  underpinning for such pedagogies (method and practice of teaching). (Source: Coming of Age, www.terry-freedman.org.uk/db/web2/)
  6. 6. Changing face of web… Publishing information on the web no longer requires  programming or web design skills: anyone can do it with the new sites that are emerging. For example news gathering is now performed by  individuals at the scene and posted by them on the web directly In other words, the Web is increasingly less about  places and other nouns, but verbs! It’s is well suited for social learning (constructivism)  (Source: Coming of Age, www.terry freedman.org.uk/db/web2/)
  7. 7. Bloom’s Taxonomy

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