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My portfolio in educational technology

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Educational Technology 2 is concerned with “Integrating Technology into teaching and Learning.”

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My portfolio in educational technology

  1. 1. My Portfolio in Educational Technology Eloise Wilma Jame M. Molina Bachelor of Secondary Education MATH 3-1
  2. 2. OUTLINE • The Student • Educational Technology in a Nutshell • Learning Through Educational Technology 2 • The Student after Educational Technology 2
  3. 3. Hi.  I’m Eloise Wilma Jame M. Molina, 18 years old from Brgy. San Francisco, Gen. Trias, Cavite. A 3rd year student of Cavite State University-Main Campus. Taking up Bachelor of Secondary Education major in Mathematics The Student
  4. 4. 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. Educational Technology Educational Technology in a Nutshell
  5. 5. Mainly, directed to student teachers, also professionals teachers who may wish to update their knowledge of educational technology, this course intends to help our target learners to wave technology in teaching, with software (computer programmed learning materials) becoming a natural extension of their learning tools. The course is primarily directed at enhancing teaching-and-learning through technology integration.
  6. 6. Preferences of the Technology Generation Texts versus Visuals Linear versus hyper media Independent versus social learners Learning to do versus learning to pass the test Delayed rewards and instant gratification Rote memory versus fun learning As technology stages a change along a global dimension , lawmakers are challenged to adopt wisdom in calibrating the genuine needs of development and not be copycats of other nations, forgetting indigenous potentials in people, land, mineral resources, forestry, and sea space which make the country rich for long-term development.
  7. 7. Six New Generation Digital Influences
  8. 8. The four types of IT-based projects which can effectively be used in order to engage the students in activities of a higher plane of thinking. But these projects represent constructivist projects, containing the key elements of a constructivist approach to instruction, namely; a.The teacher creating the learning environment b.The teacher giving students the tools and facilities, and c. The teacher facilitating learning. It is the students themselves who demonstrate higher thinking skills and creativity through such activities searching for information, organizing and synthesizing ideas, creating presentations, and the like.
  9. 9. Computer-Assisted Instruction (CAI) The computer can be a tutor in effect in relieving the teacher of many activities in his/her personal role as classroom tutor. Computer cannot totally replace the teacher since the teacher shall continue to play the major roles of information deliverer and learning environment controller. Even with the available computer and CAI software, the teacher must: • Insure that students have the needed knowledge and skills for any computer activity. • Decide the appropriate learning objectives. • plan the sequential and structured activities to achieve objectives. • Evaluate the students’ achievement by ways of tests the specific expected outcomes.
  10. 10. The students in CAI play their own roles as learners as they: • Receive information • Understand instructions for the computer activity • Retain/keep in mind the information and rules for the computer activity • Apply the knowledge and rules during the process of computer learning. During the computer activity proper in CAI the computer, too, plays its roles as it: • Acts as a sort of tutor • Provides a learning environment • Delivers learning instruction • Reinforces learning through drill-and-practice • Provides feedback
  11. 11. The Computer as the Teacher’s Tool
  12. 12. Computer’s Capabilities
  13. 13. Traditional Classroom The classroom are usually arranged with neat columns and rows of student chairs, while the teacher stands in front of The classroom or sits behind his/her desk. SCL Classroom Student- centered learning puts students' interests first, acknowledging student voice as central to the learning experience. In a student- centered classroom, students choose what they will learn, how they will learn, and how they will assess their own learning.
  14. 14. Cooperative Learning is learning by small groups of students who work together in a common learning task. Five Elements • A common goal • Interdependence • Interaction • Individual accountability • Social skills Advantages • encourages active learning, while motivating students • Increases academic performance; • Promotes literacy and language skills; and • Improves teacher effectiveness
  15. 15. Components of Cooperative Learning • assigning students to mixed-ability teams; • Establishing positive interdependence; • Teaching cooperative social skills; • Insuring individual accountability, and • Helping groups process information.
  16. 16. Hypermedia is nothing but multimedia, but this time packaged as an educational computer software where information is presented and student activities are integrated in a virtual learning environment. Most educational IT applications are hypermedia and these include: • Tutorial software packages; • Knowledge webpages; • Simulation instructional games; and • Learning project management, and others. Characteristics of Hypermedia Applications 1. Learner control 2. Learner wide range of navigation routes. 3. Variety of media
  17. 17. Learning through Educational Technology 2
  18. 18. The Educational Technology course encourages effective teachers to model and apply the use of technology as they design, implement, and assess learning experiences to engage students and improve learning; enrich professional practice; and provide positive models for students, colleagues, and the community.
  19. 19. Educational Technology. Yes, we gained knowledge and learned many things about this subject. Educational technology is not just about technology itself. It’s about how the educators assess, teach, deliver their lessons to their students with the use of technology. I have learned the evolution of technologies that paved throughout the classroom, from t on up to the 21st Century, I can tell that the progression of the instruments needed for classroom to achieve the learning desires is quite impressive. From the printing press, library, chalkboard, overhead projectors, and now, the Technology.
  20. 20. I have learned new ways to incorporate technology into my future classroom, how to engage students more, how to make things easier for me as a future educator and also For the parents, and how to use technology to help students learn in different ways. Also I learned how to operate many tools that will become useful in helping my classroom run smoothly. I believe that to be a teacher you need to be open to new ideas in technology. I have learned that Educational Technology has been used by the five progressive nations such as New Zealand, Australia, Malaysia, Singapore and Hong Kong.
  21. 21. In general, I think that the goal of Educational Technology 2 meet the expectation of a future educator, to use and apply the new trends of technology in teaching. Educational Technology 2, aims to have modern teachers that will teach modern student To use the different technologies as a strategy in teaching, it will be more effective to the students. As a future educator, I must appreciate the broad benefits that the computer can bring in the lives of students and teachers.
  22. 22. The Student After Educational Technology 2
  23. 23. “To understand their world we must be willing to immerse ourselves in that world. We must embrace the new digital reality. If we can’t relate, if we don’t get it, we won’t be able to make schools relevant to the current and future needs of the digital generation.” – Ian Jukes
  24. 24. “It is not about the technology; it’s about sharing knowledge and information, communicating efficiently, building learning communities and creating a culture of professionalism in schools. These are the key responsibilities of all educational leaders”. – Marion Ginapolis