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  • Technology in Education Faculty Presentation
    Farivar Rahimi, ICT, UL
    Aug 2011
    Farivar.Rahimi@ul.ac.za
    Ext. 2449
  • Content
    How Technology Effects our Students
    Response from Academic Community
    Status
    Next Step
  • Do students learn better through technology?
    Motivation
    (Interests, Intrinsic, Extrinsic, Goals, Self-Worth, Self- Efficacy,.)
    Cultural Influence
    (Categories, Family,
    Friends, Beliefs, Values, Habits, Social
    Influences, …)
    The Learning Environment
    The Disadvantaged Student
    Learning
    Technology
    (Self-Directed Learning, Flow State, ARCS, Cognition, Community of Learners, Academic Performance)
  • Students’ Response to ICT Use
    Mostly not used a PC prior to coming to University
    Keen interest to use ICT facilities by a high percentage
    Collective approach to learning
    ICT tools, such as the Internet, email and Microsoft Office critical and indispensable
    More access to ICT tools means improved access to educational material.
    Accessible ICT facilities imply improvement in the quality of learning.
    A high level of collaborative learning takes place amongst the students in showing each other newly discovered computer features.
    Minimal supervision or intervention is needed to promote computer literacy.
    Once the correct environment is created, most of the effort comes from the student.
  • Jonassen Educational Model
  • A Successful Design takes into consideration:
    Attention
    Relevance
    Competence
    Satisfaction
    Keller’s ARCS Model
  • Active Courses
  • Last 11 Months Average Page and Course Views
  • Average Users Per Day
  • Technology Utilization Summary Report July 28
  • Sample of what you colleagues have done.
    Pieter Nagel
    EGS
  • Recommendation from Feb 2011 Board Meeting
    Faculty members who have received their basic Blackboard training will have a minimum online presence by end of first semester, 24 June 2011 as follows.
    Course outline
    A Presentation (PowerPoint)
    A few links to relevant Internet sites
    All faculty members will have received basic Blackboard training before the end of the year.
  • Support Available
    Blackboard Training
    Monday and Tuesday
    Turnitin
    Wednesdays
    Course Development Support
    Chuene Mokgokong
    Abram Boshielo
    Farivar Rahimi
    Extension 2450