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  • 1. Chapter 1.
    Integrating Educational Technology into the Curriculum
    Group Members:
    Bobby McRoy
    AleydiFilipone
    Denicia Dyer
  • 2. Evolution of Computers & Digital Media:
    Over 100 years ago..
    Telegraph
    Telephones
    Radios
    Televison
    Early Computers
    Large & Bulky Mainframe Computers
    Personal Computer of the 1980’s
    AGE OF CONVERGENCE
  • 3. Telegraph 1800’s
    Cellphone 1970’s
    Telephone 1870’s
    Radio
    Early 1900’s
    Original IBM 1981
  • 4. Before the invention of PC’s ONE computer could take up an entire room..
    • A PC performs all of its input, processing, output, & storage activities by itself.
    • 5. A PC contains a processor, memory, and one or more input, output, and storage devices.
    Are you a PC or a MAC???
    3 yrs later
    COLORSCREEN
    IBM PC 1981
    Macintosh
  • 6. CATEGORIES OF COMPUTERS..
    Mobile Computer
    PDA’S
    Smart Phones
    Video
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pNQW8nalE9s
  • 7. Why use computer technolgy in education?
    Teachers have found that using computers , digital media, and other computer-related technology can support learning in many ways. Technology in the classroom can be motivational and can capture students attention and improve their outcomes.
  • 8. Computers also support Communication beyond classroom walls, thus enabling schools and communities to provide an environment for cooperative learning, development for cooperative learning, development of higher-order thinking skills, and solving complex problems.
  • 9. Todays Digital students
    • Hypercommunicators
    • 10. Multitaskers
    • 11. Play oriented
    • 12. Random Access
    • 13. Learning has to be relevant and fun
    • 14. Multisensory Input
    • 15. Digital and Graphics first
    • 16. Fantasy-based learing
    • 17. Twitch Speed
  • Digital students
    We are teaching a generation of students who are different from any other. The digital generation is one that has grown up in a world that is constantly changing in terms of the use and ubiquity of computers, technology,and digital media;
  • 18. Why computers are being used
    Computers are not just used to make flyers, letters, memos, manage student’s grades, track down library books, etc.
    - To share information- Communication - E-Mail- Provide information - News - Weather- Research - School-Banking - ATM(deposit/withdrawal)
    - Purchases -Tracks down your purchases -Calculate how much you owe-Car -Operate electric system -Control temperature
    -Anti theft
  • 19. Quiz
    Which of the following is a mobile device?A. PDAB. SmartphoneC. NetbookD. All of the above
    Data entered into a computer is called inputA. TrueB. False
    A personal computer, or PC, is a computer that performs all of its input, processing, output, and storage activities by itselfA. TrueB. False
    Computers hold data in an area called ____.A. DataB. StorageC. InputD. Software