1. Instructional Technology for the K-12 Teacher
2.  Business/Technology Teacher – Southern Regional HS
 Years in Education: 30
 BS –Business Administration – Monmouth University
 MA – Masters of Art – Instructional Technology –
4.  Name
 Freshman, sophomore, junior, senior
 Career Goal
 Cell phone #
 Other email
 What technology(ies) do use in your daily
 Use Google Form
5. September 4, 2013
Instructor: Sharon Faith
6.  Prior to chalkboards all students had slate boards. The
teacher was required to write the lesson on each one.
 By 1853 chalkboards were widely used in classrooms
across America. It was the beginning of mass education.
7. Colored chalk
Interactive SMART BOARD
8.  During the Visual Instruction
Movement, film, slides and
photographs were used in schools to
 The motion picture projector
became one of the first technological
devices used in schools.
 Thomas Edison predicted in 1913 that
books would become obsolete and
the motion picture would become
the primary medium of teaching. Of
course, that prediction was incorrect.
Today it is essential to the Flipped
9. New York City’s Board of
Education was actually
the first organization to
send lessons to schools
through a radio station.
Over the next couple of
decades, “schools of the
air” began broadcasting
programs to millions of
10. Based on the theory of “repetitive drill”
schools began to install listening stations
that used headphones and audio tapes.
Most were used in what were dubbed
‘language labs’ and this practice is still in
use today, except now computers are used
instead of audio tapes.
Thousands of educational
podcasts are available in
iTunes. You can even create
11.  The Federal Communications
Commission (FCC) decided to
set aside 242 educational
 The Ford Foundation spent
$170 million for educational
 The only content was teachers
 Money ran out…no more push
One website- Discovery Education - has over
100,000 learning objects all tied directly to
state and national standards available for
You can stream NETFLIX into your classroom.
Television shows available 1 day after
airing. My Entrepreneurship class can
watch Shark Tank on a projected screen.
13. Release January 1983
Skinner Teaching Machine 1953
15.  Internet commercialized
 First wave – static
information on pages
 Second wave - Interactive
– used to create and
 Third wave – idk
16. -Cloud computing
-Access from mobile devices
17.  Fastest Internet speeds
 #1 Hong Kong – 63.6 Mbps
 #11 United States – 36.6 Mbps (in 2000 56kbps dial up)
 Global Average – 18.4 MBPS
 -Download Speed –
 #1 Luxembourg 68.3 Mbps
 #30 US 19.05 Mbps
 #186 Burkina Faso #.20 mbps (last on list)
 Global Average 14.31 Mbps
20.  Created by the New Media Consortium,
 Consortium for School Networking
 the International Society for Technology in Education.
 It identifies and describes emerging technologies
likely to have a large impact over the coming five years
in education around the globe.
 2013 K-12 Edition, examines emerging technologies for
their potential impact on and use in teaching,
learning, and creative inquiry within the environment
of pre-college education.
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22.  Available technologies change our relationship with
information and thus, suggest changes in educational
 Less memorization, and focus more on higher order
skills such as analysis, synthesis, and evaluation.
 Technologies give us the means to work smarter and
learn more effectively.
23.  Critical Thinking and Problem Solving
 Creativity and Innovation
 Communication and Collaboration
24.  One Sunday New York Times Newspaper holds more
information then a student in 1880 would get in a
 Information is doubling every 5.5 years, according to
the American Association of School Librarians
(AASL), technical information is doubling every two
25. All students will use digital tools to access, manage,
evaluate, and synthesize information in order to solve
problems individually and collaboratively and to create
and communicate knowledge.
A. Technology Operations and Concepts
B. Creativity and Innovation
C. Communication and Collaboration
D. Digital Citizenship
E. Research and Information Literacy
F. Critical Thinking, Problem Solving, and
27. 1. Creativity and Innovation
 Students demonstrate creative thinking, construct
knowledge, and develop innovative products and
processes using technology.
28. 2. Communication and
 Students use digital media and environments to
communicate and work collaboratively, including at a
distance, to support individual learning and contribute
to the learning of others.
29. 3. Research and Information
 Students apply digital tools to gather, evaluate, and use
30. 4. Critical Thinking, Problem
Solving, and Decision Making
 Students use critical thinking skills to plan and
conduct research, manage projects, solve problems,
and make informed decisions using appropriate digital
tools and resources.
31. 5. Digital Citizenship
 Students understand human, cultural, and societal
issues related to technology and practice legal and
32. 6. Technology Operations and
 Students demonstrate a sound understanding of
technology concepts, systems, and operations.
33.  Creativity
 Critical Thinking
34. A blog is a
 personal diary.
 A daily pulpit.
 A collaborative space.
 A political soapbox.
 A breaking-news outlet.
 A collection of links.
 Your own private thoughts.
35.  What are they?
 Who is using them?
 Do you read them?
 Do you have one?
 Do they value?
 Have you used a blog as a resource for any projects?
36.  Who blogs? …Anyone who wants to
 What to blog about…something that matters.
 Why do people blog…so their voice is heard
 How do you get started? …Find a FREE blogging site
BLOGGER by Google (Free)
EDUBLOG (Free students & Teachers)
10 Ways to Use eduBLOG
37.  Provide information anytime and anywhere
 Post assignments, events, class projects, etc.
 Acts a parent information portal
 Use with group projects, school newspapers, class
websites, reflection journals, and more.
38. Go to Blogger by Google