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My Project in Educational Technology 2

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A summary of EDTC 2 with reflections and insights.

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My Project in Educational Technology 2

  1. 1. My Project in Educational Technology Lovely Apple Y. Sallutan 3 BEE-ECED AY 2015-2016
  2. 2. All About Me 
  3. 3. Educational Technology in a Nutshell
  4. 4. An Overview of Educational Technology 2 • If Educational Technology 1 is about presenting new technology to learners, EDTC 2 is more on the application of the different modern educational media presented from the previous subject. This is wherein learners can be more aware, appreciate ore, and be fully equipped to use different technology tools ranging from traditional to modern educational media.
  5. 5. • Educational Technology as I see it, seems to encourage educators as well as learners to combine education and technology. Educators can use technology in providing knowledge and skills to learners. • A teacher can also integrate technology in engaging students to have an IT classrooms (internet usage, etc.). Technology is not just merely talking about computers, but all modern media available to us today and computer is only one of these. An Overview of Educational Technology 2
  6. 6. • "Integrating technology with teaching means the use of learning technologies to introduce, reinforce, supplement and extend skills... the difference between the classrooms of exemplary users of technology and technology users is the way their classes are conducted. In the exemplary classrooms, student use of computers is woven integrally into the patterns of teaching; software is a natural extension of student tools" (Pisapia, 1994) Inclinations to Educational Technology 2 A. Basic Concepts on Integrating Technology in Instruction
  7. 7. • Following this definition, there is NO INTEGRATIVE PROCESS if for example the teacher makes students play computer games to give them a rest period during classes. Neither is there integration if the teacher merely teaches students computer skills. in the first place, the teachers of general or special subjects are not computer technicians or computer trainers. Inclinations to Educational Technology 2 A. Basic Concepts on Integrating Technology in Instruction
  8. 8. If one is looking for external manifestations of technology integration into instruction, here are some: - There's a change in the way classes are traditionally conducted. - The quality of instruction is improved to a higher level in such a way that could not have been achieved without educational technology. - There is planning by the teacher on the process of determining how and when technology fits into the teaching-learning process. Inclinations to Educational Technology 2 A. Basic Concepts on Integrating Technology in Instruction
  9. 9. - The teacher sets instructional strategies to address specific instructional issues/ problems. - In sum, technology occupies a position (is a simple or complex way) in the instructional process. Inclinations to Educational Technology 2 A. Basic Concepts on Integrating Technology in Instruction
  10. 10. • Educators today have become more aware and active in adopting state-of-the-Art educational technology practices that they can possibly adopt. Today, one can see a greater need for teachers to acquire not only computer literacy, but competence as well. The list of audio-visual aids available to or schools may not even apply any more since modern-day computer hardware- software has rendered them obsolete. Recent changes have also occurred in the area of pedagogical theory and practices. It is now accepted that the contribution of the computer to pedagogy makes up for “good instruction.” Inclinations to Educational Technology 2 B. State-of-the-Art ET Application Practices
  11. 11. • In sum, these trends and new levels of learning require the appropriate use of the state-of-the-art instruction with the use of IT. But, some speculation arise that there is an obstacle to IT pedagogical practice especially for educators living in developing or peasant economies, objectives are likely to be heard such as that the use of the computer is time consuming and expensive. Besides there is also the danger of a technology-centered classroom along the fear that computers may soon replace teachers. Inclinations to Educational Technology 2 B. State-of-the-Art ET Application Practices
  12. 12. • Both education and learning are lifetime processes, they have no limit on when to start and stop. In our daily lives we learn new things and this helps us in changing the way we leave. Education provides us with information, and then we have to learn and process this information for our own use. It is very important to make education accessible at any time by every one; this will help in reducing on the level of illiteracy. The Role of Information Technology in Educational Technology
  13. 13. • Information has the ability of speeding up information delivery, so this ability can be used in improving our education environment. With the implementation of Information Technology, costs of accessing educational material are cut down and it makes it easy for students to learn from anywhere. • New technologies are changing the way we learn and they have also changed the process of teaching. Both teachers and students are using these new educational technologies to archive specific academic goals. The Role of Information Technology in Educational Technology
  14. 14. • The only challenge is that Information Technology comes at a cost, so those who cannot afford the price tend to have difficulties to benefit from the opportunities of Information Technology in education. For example; the increased use of Internet broadband makes it easy for students to access academic information on time. Also teachers use this broadband Internet to created and deliver academic data using videos and graphic illustrations. The Role of Information Technology in Educational Technology
  15. 15. Plenty of Educational Resources: Information technology makes it easy to access academic information at any time. Both students and teachers use Information technology to acquire and exchange educational material. Full Time learning: Unlike in the past when learning was limited to a physical classroom, students and teachers could only access academic information while at school. Today, all that has changed, a student will access information at any given time of the day. It does not matter where they are or the time of the day is. The Role of Information Technology in Educational Technology
  16. 16. Instant Access to Educational Information: Information technology speeds the transfer and distribution of information. Students can easily access academic data using computers and new technologies like mobile phone application. IT experts have coded educational applications, which can be used by students to access information very fast. These mobile phone applications are replacing some old methods like borrowing of books in libraries, now days students can use e-books which they can read anytime and anywhere. The Role of Information Technology in Educational Technology
  17. 17. Group Learning: Information technology has helped students learn in groups and it has also helped teachers teach students in groups. Now with information technology, schools have created academic forums, where students can discuss about a specific topic with no fear of expression. They can also engage in video and text chatting. Long Distance learning: Information technology enables students across the globe to study from anywhere through online education. The Role of Information Technology in Educational Technology
  18. 18. Use of Audio – Visual: Information technology has changed the way we learn and interpret information. The use of audio-visual education helps students learn faster and easily. Visual illustration using images on projectors helps a student understand the concept, because some of these images are interesting and they look familiar to a student. Our brains tend to remember visual illustrations easily more than text. The Role of Information Technology in Educational Technology
  19. 19. Computers as the Third Revolution in Education
  20. 20. Use of Technology in Teaching-Learning Process
  21. 21. Learning Through Educational Technology 2
  22. 22. • The art of teaching in the new era, which is associated with technology, is design to combat the ineffectiveness of some teaching pedagogy in present times. To consider the purpose of teaching, here comes the new indorse strategy, which is useful as a partner in lesson planning. Since educational technology is already imposed in the new curriculum, teachers with less training must adopt and acquire the state of the art of educational technology.
  23. 23. • 21st century learners demand and wish to engage for every learning activity in classroom setting. And if teachers cannot guarantee the demand of his/her students, this will result to backwardness and revision of assessment due to unimplemented lesson plan. Educational technology is proven to provide an interactive discussion; therefore, these must be applied to teaching pedagogy.
  24. 24. • Integrating technology to instruction, for me, is a big jump from the traditional way of instruction. The use of computer and other multimedia equipment is a big help for the teachers but they should know on how to integrate technology to instruction. Technology can hamper the learning process if the teacher itself cannot fully utilize technology correctly. Additionally, the use of technology must be related to the topic or discussion, otherwise it will turn out into a big problem.
  25. 25. The Student After Educational Technology
  26. 26. As we all know, kids nowadays are very engaged in using gadgets and technologies. This is the 21st century; they are the 21st century learners. As a future educator, I’ll be their guide on how to properly use the technology, advice them that technology is just a tool and make them smart and creative in the sense that they will use computers/tablets in making a certain project.
  27. 27. Nowadays, using of PowerPoint Presentation is very rampant in classrooms, instead of chalk and talk method. But, after learning all the contents in the Educational Technology, you’ll realize that many applications can also be used such as Movie Maker, Prezi and many other more. You can also integrate Information and Communication Technology (ICT). If you can’t bring your students into certain places that costs them too much, why not bring the place into your classroom? Have them ready the materials they will be needing in a real fieldtrip. This will be called as your Virtual Classroom. Remember there is no limitations in imagining and being creative. You just have to be innovative at all times.
  28. 28. “Technology is just a tool. In terms of getting the kids working together and motivating them, the TEACHER is the most important.” -Bill Gates