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  • 1. Education
    Two separate and concrete disciplines
    Technology
  • 2. Educational
    Technology
    One very abstract field
  • 3. Educational Technology
    The study and ethical practice of
    facilitating learning and improving
    performance by creating, using
    and managing appropriate
    technological processes and resources.
  • 4. Educational Technology is
    Driven
    by many perspectives and many viewpoints
  • 5. Educational Technology is
    Guided
    by two theoretical schools of thought on how learning is accomplished
  • 6. Objectivism
    Constructivism
    Learning is accomplished with individual methods of demonstration.
    Learning is accomplished by the passing of standardize tests.
    Learning is transmitted knowledge via directed, systematic, and structured teaching.
    Learning is constructed knowledge via the use of activities that generate it.
    Learning must be teacher-directed; inquiry-based approaches are too slow for the classroom.
    Effective learning is hands-on instruction that is student-centered, not teacher centered.
  • 7. When technology is used as a guide to:
    • Promote
    • 8. Promote student-centered learning
    • 9. Stimulate
    • 10. Stimulate student collaboration and
    • 11. Sharpen
    • 12. Sharpenthe intrinsic abilities of the student
  • Then, educational technology is effective

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