The role of technology in delivering the curriculm report

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  • DURING THE EARLY WEEKS ON THIS COURSE, WE HAD LEARNED THE FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS ABOUT CURRICULUM, ITS NATURE AND DEVELOPMENT. TONIGHT, I WILL BRING YOU TO THE MORE PRACTICAL PHASE OF CURRICULUM IMPLEMENTATION WITH REGARD TO THE FAST CHANGING WORLD WHERE EVERYONE IS PART OF IT, THE SO-CALLED 21ST CENTURY, THE TECH WORLD-THE WORLD OF INNOVATION. SOMEHOW ALONG THE WAY, WE COME TO THINK ABOUT THIS, WHAT IS ITS RELEVANCE TO US AS FUTURE MANAGERS? WHY IS IT NECESSARY TO RESTRUCTURE THE CURRICULUM FOR US, ESPECIALLY THE LEARNERS FOR THEM TO COPE WITH THE TEMPO OF SOCIETAL CHANGES AND TECHNOLOGICAL PROGRESS.
  • ON THIS GRAPHIC PRESENTATION, IT SHOWS THAT ALL OF THESE DOMAINS ARE CONCERNED WITH ONE FACTOR- THE TOTALITY OF AN INDIVIDUAL-THE LEARNER. Learner-centered curriculum focus primarily on individual students' learning. The teacher's role is to facilitate growth by utilizing the interests and unique needs of students as a guide for meaningful instruction.Curriculum-centered classrooms focus essentially on teaching the curriculum. The teacher determines what ought to be taught, when, how, and in what time frame.DOMAIN-AREA/FIELDASSESS-MEASURE/EVALUATE
  • INSTRUCTIONAL PLANNING IS A NECESSARY TOOL IN CURRICULUM IMPLEMENTATION for this applies a SYSTEMATIC APPROACH- Methodical approach repeatable and learnable through a step by step procedure, FOR IT USES AN INSTRUCTIONAL MEDIA OR WHAT SO-CALLED MEDIA TECHNOLOGYCRUCIAL-VITAL/ESSENTIALSO LET US KNOW WHY MEDIA TECHNOLOGY COMES INTO PLAY IN SYSTEMATIC APPROACH THROUGH A DIAGRAM THAT I WILL PRESENT.
  • REFERS TO THE INDIVIDUALS WHO COLLABORATIVELY WORK IN CARRYING –OUT THE BEST FOR THE LEARNER.
  • FOR US TO KNOW THE BEST MEDIUM THAT WE CAN USE TO IN IMPARTING LESSONS TO OUR STUDENTS , HERE ARE THE TWO MAJOR TYPES OF MEDIA THAT WILL HELP US CARRY-OUT THE BEST FOR OUR STUDENTS.
  • PROJECTED MEDIA-ARE VISUAL FORMS THAT REQUIRE THE USE OF ELECTRICITY
  • NON-PROJECTED MEDIA – ARE NOT VERY TECHNOLOGICAL BUT ARE VERY BASIC STUFFS THAT HAS BEEN USED IN CLASSROOMS FOR YEARS
  • ANY FORMS OF MEDIA ARE IDEAL IN A TEACHING-LEARNING PROCESS. WE ONLY NEED TO CONSIDER THE FOLLOWING FACTORS…AND THESE ARE:
  • APPROPRIATENESS – SUITABILITY/ RELEVANCE
  • IN E-LEARNING, THERE ARE DIFFERENT SITES THAT WE TEACHERS CAN ENGAGE TO OUR STUDENTS LIKE, EDMODO IT IS LIKE FACEBOOK ACCOUNT BUT THE DIFFERENCE, NO CHAT ROOM, INTERACTION IS OPEN TO ALL MEMBERS, QUIZZES, LESSONS, PROJECT ONLINE-QUIZZES, BROWSE RELATED SITES UPLOADED
  • The role of technology in delivering the curriculm report

    1. 1. CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENTTHE ROLE OF TECHNOLOGY INDELIVERING THE CURRICULM ELAINE BALEN-CLIMACOSA
    2. 2. EFFECTIVE TEACHING-LEARNING PROCESSPLAYS A CRUCIALROLE IN DELIVERYOF INSTRUCTION TO LEARNERS MEDIA TECHNOLOGY
    3. 3. INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN PROCESS CHANGES FACULTY (remain at the center of the educational experience) CONTENT EXPERTS LEARNING OUTCOMES EDUCATIVE PROCESS – HELP IN DEVELOPING COURSES
    4. 4. PROJECTED MEDIA NON-PROJECTED MEDI
    5. 5. PRO • Overheard transparenciesJ • Opaque projectionEC • SlidesTE • FilmstripsD • FilmsM • Video, VCD, DVDE • Computer, multimedia presentationsDIA
    6. 6. NON- P • Real objects R • Models O • Field trips J E • Kits C • Printed materials (books, worksheets) T E • Visuals (drawings, photographs, graphs, D charts, posters) • Visual Boards (chalkboard, whiteboard, M E flannel board D • Audio materials I A
    7. 7. FACTORS FOR TECHNOLOGY SELECTIONPRACTICALITY Is the equipment (hardware) or already prepared lesson material (software) available? If not, what would be the cost in acquiring the equipment or producing the lesson in audial or visual form?
    8. 8. FACTORS …APPROPRIATENESS IN RELATION TO THE LEARNERS Is the medium suitable to the learner’s ability to comprehend? Will the medium be a source of plain amusement or entertainment, but not learning?
    9. 9. FACTORS …ACTIVITY OR SUITABILITY Will the chosen media fit the set instructional event, resulting in either information, motivation, or psychomotor display?
    10. 10. FACTORS …OBJECTIVE-MATCHING Overall, does the medium help in achieving the learning objective(s)?
    11. 11. ROLE OF TECHNOLOGY IN CURRICULUM DELIVERYUpgrading the quality of teaching-learning in schoolsIncreasing the capability of the teacher to effectively inculcate learning and for the students to gain mastery of lessons and coursesBroadening the delivery of education outside schools through non-traditional approaches to formal and informal learning, such as open universities and lifelong learning t adult learnersRevolutionizing the use of technology to boost educational paradigm shifts that

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