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  • Instructional technology is the execution of a lesson plan using different teaching strategies. Educational technology enhances learning with the use of different forms of technology or instruments.

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    • The theory and practice of design, development, utilization, management, and evaluation of processes and resources for learning
    • Deals with the process of using technology for instruction
    • Includes other systems used in the process of developing human capability.
    • Field of study which uses technology as a means to solve educational challenges, both in the classroom and in distance learning environments
    • Evaluate new technologies to discover new and better ways to enhance instruction
    • Conduct training sessions teaching faculty and staff how to use new technologies
    • Conduct research studies evaluating the use of technologies and their impact on student learning outcomes
    • Manage the implementation of new technologies on-campus for the use of instruction
    • Manage, promote, model, and evaluate digital-age teaching and learning resources from K-PhD environments
    • Encourage creativity and expertise in digital media literacy
    • Empower learners to be developing digital citizens who advocate cultural understanding and global responsibility
    • Promote and blueprint participatory culture, professional practice, and lifelong learning
    • Build connections between research, policy, and practice in educational technology
    • Design and produce instructional materials
    • Manage learning resources collections
    • Manage instructional computing services
    • Apply theories of cognition and research to utilize technology for the benefit of the learner.
    • Technological processes are tools specifically for teaching and learning which facilitates access to information of all types. Instructional Technology is technology AND skills.
    • Focuses on technology as equipment. Educational technology is the application of theory, technology, and psychology to achieve the goal of education and enhance the learning of individuals.
  • Instructional Technology Educational Technology Connections Teaching Strategies Tools Creative Thinking *Student-Initiated Instruction *Laptops, *Computers Problem Solving Skills *Direct Instruction *Software Critical Thinking Skills *Cooperative Learning *Scanners Gather Information *Inquiry Teaching *Copiers Construct Knowledge *Differentiated Instruction *Radio, Overhead Projectors Evaluate *Cognitive Learning *Cameras *Constructivist Learning *DVD’s and CD’s
    • We did not find a significant difference between Instructional Technology and Educational Technology. Both use technology to aid instruction.
    • The simple definition for each makes the distinction of their difference:
    • * Educational Technology is the tool.
    • * Instructional Technology is the procedure for using that tool.
    • Innovation Public High School (IPHS) need to address their issues in order to prosper in the 21 st century technological era. 
    • Issues:
    • The lack of funds to support a professional development program for teachers
    • The lack of funds to acquire new equipment and software
    • The lack of technical support
    • The lack of technical knowledge of students, teachers, and administrators
    • The lack of access to technology from school and home
    • Solutions:
    • With budget increases within a year, IPHS will receive new equipment with enough technical support to accommodate all staff in a timely manner.
    • Increasing technical support, IPHS need a safe, intuitive, online environment that connects administrators, teachers, students and parents in a responsible way.  All parties can interact and ask questions, share knowledge, and rely on experiences.
    • An Educational Technology Specialist will facilitate each staff development session to train all stakeholders how to use the new equipment and software.
    • A program will be created that provides laptops to qualifying students to assist them in completing homework assignments and projects at home.
    • IPHS must also understand the differences between educational technology and instructional technology to integrate technology into the curriculum successfully.
    • Association for Educational Communications and Technology (2001). What is the Knowledge Base? Retrieved from http://aect.org/standards/knowledgebase.html
    • “ The Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT) is a professional association of thousands of educators and others whose activities are directed toward improving instruction through technology” (2001).
    • Edtech, Boise State University, 2011. What Is Educational Technology?. Retrieved from http://edtech.boisestate.edu/web/edtech.htm
    • This website has a lot information regarding the ways of design, deliver, facilitate, and manage instruction for learners of all ages, whether it is face-to-face in a classroom, online, or a combination of methods.
    • Educational Technology in US Public Schools: Fall 2008 (April 2010) http://nces.ed.gov/pubs2010/2010034.pdf
    • “ This report provides national data on the availability and use of educational technology in public elementary and secondary schools during fall 2008. The data are the results of a national school-level survey that is one of a set that includes district, school, and teacher surveys on educational technology” (2010).
    • International Society for Performance Improvement (2011). Principles & Practices for Performance Improvement . Retrieved from http://www.ispi.org/content.aspx?id=174
    • “ Founded in 1962, the International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI) is the leading international association dedicated to improving productivity and performance in the workplace”(2011).
    • International Society for Technology in Education (2009). ISTE’s U.S. Public Policy Principles and Federal & State Objectives . Retrieved from http://www.iste.org/
    • “ The international Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) is the trusted source for professional development, knowledge generation, advocacy, and leadership for innovation” (2009).
    • International Technology Education Association (1995). Condensed Glossary. Retrieved from http://www.iteaconnect.org/TAA/Resources/TAA_Glossary.html
    • This website provides a detailed explanation of the field of educational technology and defines instructional technology. “The International Technology and Engineering Educators Association (ITEEA) is the professional organization for technology, innovation, design, and engineering educators”(1995).
    • J. Tarjan and D. Spence, "What I (a Faculty Member) and What I (a Chief Academic Officer) Learned From Team Teaching in Both a Classroom and a Distance Learning Environment," Exchanges: The Online Journal of Teaching and Learning in the CSU . Retrieved from http://www.exchangesjournal.org/print1119.html
    • This article provides information about the combination of rich media tools with relatively simple and ubiquitous technology, such as chat rooms, discussion boards, and interactive Web environments, to name a few.
    • School District U46, 2011 Instructional Technology, 2011. Retrieved from http://www.u-46.org/
    • This article provides a look at what Instructional technology is from a students’, teachers’ and parents’ point of view. This article speaks about how to integrate technologies like cameras, CD players, PDA's, GPS devices, computer-based probes, calculators and electronic tools.
    • School of Education at John Hopkins University (2010) . Education Technology Resources. Retrieved from http://education.jhu.edu/newhorizons/education-technology-resources-1/index.html
    • This website provides information about new media for learning. It offers articles on education technology, information on transforming education, teaching and learning strategies.
    • What Does an Instructional Technology Specialist Do? Retrieved from http://degreedirectory.org/articles/What_Does_an_Instructional_Technology_Specialist_Do.html
    • This website provides an overview of the task of an Instructional Technology Specialist from the point of view of a job.
    • International Technology Education Association (1995). Condensed Glossary. Retrieved from http://www.iteaconnect.org/TAA/Resources/TAA_Glossary.html
    • J. Tarjan and D. Spence, 2011. The Online Journal of Teaching and Learning in the CSU . Retrieved from http://www.exchangesjournal.org/print1119.h
    • School District U46, 2011 Instructional Technology, 2011. Retrieved from http://www.u-46.org/
    • What Does an Instructional Technology Specialist Do? Retrieved from http://degreedirectory.org/articles/What_Does_an_Instructional_Technology_Specialist_Do.html
    • Association for Educational Communications and Technology (2001). What is the Knowledge Base? Retrieved from http://aect.org/standards/knowledgebase.html
    • Edtech, Boise State University, 2011. What Is Educational Technology?. Retrieved from http://edtech.boisestate.edu/web/edtech.htm
    • Educational Technology in US Public Schools: Fall 2008 (April 2010) http://nces.ed.gov/pubs2010/2010034.pdf
    • International Society for Performance Improvement (2011). Principles & Practices for Performance Improvement . Retrieved from http://www.ispi.org/content.aspx?id=174
    • International Society for Technology in Education (2009). ISTE’s U.S. Public Policy Principles and Federal & State Objectives . Retrieved from http://www.iste.org/