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Education Technology 1 and 2

  1. 1. Renalyn P. Dondoy BEEd III - B
  2. 2. Topic Outline  The Student  Educational Technology in a Nut Shell  Learning Through EDTECH 1 and EDTECH 2  The Student after EDTECH
  3. 3. The Student
  4. 4. My name is Renalyn P. Dondoy. I’m taking up Bachelor in Elementary Education at Cebu Technological University Moalboal Campus.
  5. 5. Educational Technology in a Nut Shell The word technology comes from two Greek words, transliterated techne and logos. Techne means art, skill, craft, or the way, manner, or means by which a thing is gained. Logos means word, the utterance by which inward thought is expressed, a saying, or an expression.So, literally, technology means words or discourse about the way things are gained.
  6. 6. Educational Technology in a Nut Shell Educational technology is the effective use of technological tools in learning. As a concept, it concerns an array of tools, such as media, machines and networking hardware, as well as considering underlying theoretical perspectives for their effective application.
  7. 7. Educational Technology Is way to success it applies us for having a good job. Is the method of facilitating the learning process. Is giving people more solution in solving problems. Enhance people to escape problems in life of person.
  8. 8. Learning Through EDTECH 1 and EDTECH 2
  9. 9. Roles of Technology in Learning 1. Technology as tools to support knowledge construction:  For representing learner’s ideas, understanding, and beliefs.  For producing organized, multimedia knowledge bases by learners.
  10. 10. Roles of Technology in Learning 2. Technology as information vehicles for exploring knowledge to support learning-by- constructing:  For accessing needed information  For comparing perspectives, beliefs and world views.
  11. 11. Roles of Technology in Learning 3. Technology as context to support learning-by-doing:  For representing and simulating meaningful real-world problems, situations and contexts.  For representing beliefs, perspectives, arguments and stories of others.  For defining a safe, controllable problem space for student thinking.
  12. 12. Roles of Technology in Learning 4.Technology as a social medium to support learning by conversing:  For collaborating with others.  For discussing, arguing and building consensus among members of a community.  For supporting discourse among knowledge-building communities.
  13. 13. Roles of Technology in Learning 5.Technology as intellectual partner to support learning- by-reflecting:  For helping what learners to articulate and represent what they know.  For supporting learners internal negotiations and meaning making.
  14. 14. When used effectively, research indicates that technology: 1. augments motivation to learn; 2. encourages collaborative learning; 3.Supports the development of critical thinking skills; and 4.Supports the development of problem solving skills.
  15. 15. Systematic Approach to Teaching: 1. Define Objective(DO)- Settings of a specific goal that needs to be achieved. 2. Choose Appropriate Method(CAM)- Selecting the appropriate methods of teaching including the strategies and technique that you will use. 3. Choose Appropriate Experience(CAE)- Selecting the right learning activities for the students. 4. Selecting Materials, Equipment Facilities(SMELF)- Selecting the best instructional material to achieved the best learning outcome.
  16. 16. Systematic Approach to Teaching: 5.Assign Personnel Roles(APR)- Assigning or delegating task to the person charge to help you meet your objective. 6.Implement The Instruction(ITI)- Engaging the students. 7.Evaluate Outcomes(EC)- It can be written evaluation or oral evaluation. 8.Refine the Process(RP)- It is a process wherein if the students passed the evaluation and you achieved your objective then you can proceed to the new lesson and if the objective is not met or achieved then you will again go back to the process.
  17. 17. 5 Characteristics of an Objective: 1. S - Specific 2. M - Measurable 3. A - Attainable 4. R - Realistic/Result Oriented 5. T - Time Bounded
  18. 18. 3 Things to Consider in Making an Objective: 1. R- Readiness 2. I-Interest 3. N- Needs
  19. 19. 3 Learning Domains that must be Considered in making an Objective: 1. C- Cognitve Domain 2. A- Affective Domain 3. P- Psychomotor Domain
  20. 20. Teachers have to keep up: Technology Literacy Media Literacy Online Communication Internet Tools
  21. 21. Use of Technology in Teaching-Learning Process “We need technology in every classroom and in every student and teacher’s hand, because it is the pen and paper of our time, and it is the lens through which we experience much of our world”. -David Warlick
  22. 22. Telling ain’t Teaching Teacher should do less. Learners to do more. Teach less. Learn more. Children learns by doing.
  23. 23. Teachers/Educators Generally use the traditional education program which is applicable to the learners in the past. They fail to realize that the new learners are information technology or digital learners.
  24. 24. New Learners Spend more time talking to friends over the phone. sending text messages, Interacting through the social Internet media e.g. Facebook, Playing video games and surfing the Wide Web.
  25. 25. Feared that the new learners concerns is not well understood, it serves to know that scientists say, as follows: There are positive benefits derived from the use of information technology or digital resourses. Hence, counterbalance possible negative effects on children. Daily exposure to information technology strengthens the brain.
  26. 26. Feared that the new learners concerns is not well understood, it serves to know that scientists say, as follows: Ideas on balancing Multitasking skills with Single-task skills in accomplishing specific tasks. Checking of papers and recording of grades Recording and computing of grades
  27. 27. Parents 30 years ago New millennial generation Media/technologies available Social relationships Beliefs or values New technologies New social relationships New beliefs or values
  28. 28. Objectives: To look at the characteristics and learning preferences various generational groups. Compare and contrast different generational cohorts.
  29. 29. Generation Gap According to the Oxford Dictionary Generation Gap only a difference in attitudes between people of different generations. The Generation Gap is the accumulation of differences, difficulties, and ideas between people born during different time periods.
  30. 30. The Traditionalists The Veteran Generation Born between 1925-1945 The economic and political uncertainty that they experienced led them to be hard working financially conservative and cautions. They do not like the change, they are not very risk tolerant, have a respect for authority hard work.
  31. 31. The Baby Boomers Born between 1946-1964 Were brought up in an abundant, healthy post-war economy, becoming an egocentric generation They saw the world revolving around them.
  32. 32. The Generation X Born between 1965-1980 Was the first generation raised “to do list” and grew up with high rate of blended families. They were also brought up in the shadow of the influential becomes generation.
  33. 33. The Generation Y Born between 1981 and 200 Has been portrayed as the next big generation ,an enormously powerful group that has the sheer numbers to transform every life stage it enters. Generation Y (as well as X, to a lesser degree)is also the first to grow up with computers and the internet as a significant part of their lives.
  34. 34. Summary Of Educational Technology 1&2 The Educational Technology 1 course has truly paved way for the learner to become aware. appreciative and equipped to use educational technology tools ranging from traditional to modern educational media. In ET-1, the learner was also oriented towards the averting dangers of dehumanization which technology brings into societies, through ideological propaganda, pornography, financial fraud, and other exploitative use of technology.On the application of educational technology to instruction it showed the 4 phases of application of educational technology in teaching and learning; setting of learning objectives, designing specific learning, evaluating the effectiveness of the learning experiences, and revision as needed of the whole teaching learning process, or some elements of it for improvement, for future use.
  35. 35. Summary Of Educational Technology 1&2 Educational Technology 2 is concerned with integrating technology in 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.
  36. 36. The Student after EDTECH Educational Technology gives a lots benefits in every learners. We cannot explore on this world without technology. Through technology we can understand fastest and we can imagined all the things around.
  37. 37. THANK YOU!

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  • Obsolescence is the state of being which occurs when an object, service, or practice is no longer wanted even though it may still be in good working order.