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  • 1. Chapter 2 Theory and Practice: Foundations for Effective Technology Integration This multimedia product and its contents are protected under copyright law. The following are prohibited by law: • any public performance or display, including transmission of any image over a network; • preparation of any derivative work, including the extraction, in whole or in part, of any images; • any rental, lease, or lending of the program.
  • 2. Ingredients for Successful Technology Integration 1. Foundation of learning theories 2. Technology pedagogical content knowledge (TPACK) 3. Technology Integration Planning Model (TIP) 4. Essential conditions for integration M. D. Roblyer & Aaron H. Doering Integrating Educational Technology into Teaching, 5/E Copyright ©2010 by Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. 2.2
  • 3. Learning Theories as Basis for Integration Models Integrated Directed M. D. Roblyer & Aaron H. Doering Integrating Educational Technology into Teaching, 5/E Copyright ©2010 by Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. Constructivist 2.3
  • 4. Directed Technology Integration Strategies Theoretical Base  Behaviorist theory – Learning as a stimulus-response – B. F. Skinner – Mastery learning  Information-processing theory – The mind as a computer – Atkinson and Shiffrin – Sensory registers M. D. Roblyer & Aaron H. Doering Integrating Educational Technology into Teaching, 5/E Copyright ©2010 by Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. 2.4
  • 5. Directed Technology Integration Strategies Theoretical Base (continued)  Cognitive-behavioral theory – Providing conditions for learning – Robert Gagné – Learning hierarchies and events of instruction  Systems theory and systematic instructional design – Managing the complexity of teaching M. D. Roblyer & Aaron H. Doering Integrating Educational Technology into Teaching, 5/E Copyright ©2010 by Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. 2.5
  • 6. Inquiry-based Technology Integration Strategies Theoretical Base  Social activism theory – Learning as a social experience – John Dewey – Constructivism  Scaffolding theory – Learning as a cognitive building process – Lev Vygotsky – Zone of proximal development M. D. Roblyer & Aaron H. Doering Integrating Educational Technology into Teaching, 5/E Copyright ©2010 by Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. 2.6
  • 7. Inquiry-based Technology Integration Strategies Theoretical Base (continued)  Child development theory – Stages of development – Jean Piaget  Discovery learning – Instructional support for child development – Jerome Bruner  Multiple Intelligences theories – Role of intelligence in learning – Howard Gardner M. D. Roblyer & Aaron H. Doering Integrating Educational Technology into Teaching, 5/E Copyright ©2010 by Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. 2.7
  • 8. Technology Integration Strategies Based on Each Model Do ied rtdls ce e M Cse otto nvd sM tc ls ri u rene eidde mw dtek yi a en fs B o t h oe rild sft kic s pfe ron olur mo tc ey fserlm oao trte eip cb rve satco ono linm vdg geitn a n aru loltle w fm op i inc tlie ee g n s getnr emla note etan r iio avo t attoq ucpis tmu oyet afr e i ospe pcel tizrrn ims eo a e atrro niars dle mu as ec e pfcsc ridefa oinp v ted e,l-e beon undd ilms dlm te ala inkds cnee rswfr eotn ale eg r a isn no tc rt u i roitae elolht muo vsrs ecd gl i le a rg n i sredo ulfavf p-cie ope t ew sr cp o n c e t s M. D. Roblyer & Aaron H. Doering Integrating Educational Technology into Teaching, 5/E dinioc efrary von em lotlie p ta Copyright ©2010 by Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. auas nac ditry vek il s s il fsop oue trprio eca gon rt 2.8
  • 9. Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge Model (TPACK) M. D. Roblyer & Aaron H. Doering Integrating Educational Technology into Teaching, 5/E Copyright ©2010 by Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. 2.9
  • 10. Technology Integration Planning (TIP) M. D. Roblyer & Aaron H. Doering Integrating Educational Technology into Teaching, 5/E Copyright ©2010 by Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. 2.10
  • 11. Technology Integration Planning (TIP) Phase 1  Reflect on technological pedagogical content knowledge (TPACK)  Self-assess knowledge domains – – – – What is my knowledge of technology (TK)? What is my knowledge of pedagogy (PK)? What is my knowledge of content (CK)? Where do I see myself in the TPACK model? M. D. Roblyer & Aaron H. Doering Integrating Educational Technology into Teaching, 5/E Copyright ©2010 by Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. 2.11
  • 12. Technology Integration Planning (TIP) Phase 2  Determine relative advantage  Why should I use a technology-based method? – What is the instructional problem I am addressing? – Do technology-based methods offer a solution with sufficient relative advantage? M. D. Roblyer & Aaron H. Doering Integrating Educational Technology into Teaching, 5/E Copyright ©2010 by Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. 2.12
  • 13. Technology Integration Planning (TIP) Phase 3  Decide on objectives and assessments  How will I know students have learned? – What outcomes do I expect from using new methods? – What are the best ways of assessing these outcomes? M. D. Roblyer & Aaron H. Doering Integrating Educational Technology into Teaching, 5/E Copyright ©2010 by Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. 2.13
  • 14. Technology Integration Planning (TIP) Phase 4  Design integration strategies  What teaching strategies and activities will work best? – What kinds of instructional methods are needed? – How can technology best support these methods? – How can I prepare students adequately to use technologies? M. D. Roblyer & Aaron H. Doering Integrating Educational Technology into Teaching, 5/E Copyright ©2010 by Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. 2.14
  • 15. Technology Integration Planning (TIP) Phase 5  Prepare the instructional environment  Are essential conditions in place to support technology integration? – What equipment, software, media, and materials will I need to carry out instructional strategies? – How should resources be arranged to support instruction and learning? – What planning is required to make sure technology resources work well? M. D. Roblyer & Aaron H. Doering Integrating Educational Technology into Teaching, 5/E Copyright ©2010 by Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. 2.15
  • 16. Technology Integration Planning (TIP) Phase 6  Evaluate and revise integration strategies  What worked well? What could be improved? – How well has the technology integration strategy worked? – What could be improved to make it work better? M. D. Roblyer & Aaron H. Doering Integrating Educational Technology into Teaching, 5/E Copyright ©2010 by Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. 2.16
  • 17. Essential Conditions for Effective Technology Integration M. D. Roblyer & Aaron H. Doering Integrating Educational Technology into Teaching, 5/E Copyright ©2010 by Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. 2.17
  • 18. Essential Conditions for Technology Integration Shared Vision for Technology Integration  Coordinated school and district planning, and involve teachers and other personnel at all levels  Budget yearly amounts for technology purchases and make funding incremental  Emphasize teacher training  Match technology to curriculum needs  Keep current and build in flexibility M. D. Roblyer & Aaron H. Doering Integrating Educational Technology into Teaching, 5/E Copyright ©2010 by Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. 2.18
  • 19. Essential Conditions for Technology Integration Empowered Leaders  Systematic success with technology requires involvement of entire community  Stakeholders at all levels are informed about the goals of the community, district and school M. D. Roblyer & Aaron H. Doering Integrating Educational Technology into Teaching, 5/E Copyright ©2010 by Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. 2.19
  • 20. Essential Conditions for Technology Integration Standards and Curriculum Support  Technology and content-area standards support each other  NETS for Students situated to: – Support both subject-area content and technology skills – Align with a shared vision to achieve goals M. D. Roblyer & Aaron H. Doering Integrating Educational Technology into Teaching, 5/E Copyright ©2010 by Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. 2.20
  • 21. Essential Conditions for Technology Integration Required Policies  Internet use policies – Acceptable Use Policy (AUP)  Legal/ethical use policies  Policies to insure equity  Financial assistance, incentives, and accountability policies M. D. Roblyer & Aaron H. Doering Integrating Educational Technology into Teaching, 5/E Copyright ©2010 by Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. 2.21
  • 22. Essential Conditions for Technology Integration Access to Hardware, Software, & Other Resources     Finding funding Purchasing hardware and software Setting up and maintaining physical facilities Sustainability M. D. Roblyer & Aaron H. Doering Integrating Educational Technology into Teaching, 5/E Copyright ©2010 by Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. 2.22
  • 23. Essential Conditions for Technology Integration Skilled Personnel and Opportunities for PD  Hands-on, integration emphasis  Training over time  Modeling, mentoring, and coaching  Post-training access M. D. Roblyer & Aaron H. Doering Integrating Educational Technology into Teaching, 5/E Copyright ©2010 by Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. 2.23
  • 24. Essential Conditions for Technology Integration Technical Assistance  Teachers trained in troubleshooting procedures  Teachers not expected to address complicated diagnostic and maintenance problems  Schools must support teachers by replacing and repairing equipment M. D. Roblyer & Aaron H. Doering Integrating Educational Technology into Teaching, 5/E Copyright ©2010 by Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. 2.24
  • 25. Essential Conditions for Technology Integration Appropriate Teaching and Assessment Approaches  Teachers should be encouraged to use a variety of technology integration models  Teaching strategies must be matched with appropriate assessment strategies M. D. Roblyer & Aaron H. Doering Integrating Educational Technology into Teaching, 5/E Copyright ©2010 by Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. 2.25
  • 26. Essential Conditions for Technology Integration Engaged Communities  Partnerships are encouraged between schools, business, corporations and individuals  Partnerships typically benefit all partners M. D. Roblyer & Aaron H. Doering Integrating Educational Technology into Teaching, 5/E Copyright ©2010 by Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. 2.26