The Role Of Et In The 21st Century
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  • 1. THE ROLE OF EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY IN THE 21 ST CENTURY
    • Current Trends in
    • Teaching and
    • Learning in the Future
    Prepared by FOR-IAN V. SANDOVAL
  • 2. THE ROLE OF EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY IN THE 21 ST CENTURY While it is difficult to make precise predictions, it is quite likely that technology we are totally unaware today may be developed in the years following the turn of the century. It may also be technology that totally changes the way we think about the world and the opportunities for the delivery of effective and efficient education.
  • 3. Current Trends in Teaching and Learning in the Future 1. Student-Centered Learning 2. Teaching Higher Cognitive and Non- cognitive Skills 3. The Spread of New Information Technology
  • 4. Student-Centered Learning
    • Education is shifting to a more student-
    • centered approaches
    • The student-centered techniques will not
    • replace completely the teacher institution-
    • centered approach but there will be a slow
    • but there will be a slow and steady
    • increase in the use of student-centered
    • learning within the traditional system
  • 5. Student-Centered Learning
    • To become competent, people must
    • continue studying
    • New forms of education delivery such
    • open-university
  • 6. Teaching Higher Cognitive and Non- cognitive Skills
    • Increasing emphasis on group learning
    • activities
    • Group learning activities has been given
    • further impetus by the development of
    • science and technology-based games,
    • simulation and case studies
    • These techniques of instructions are ideally
    • suited for the use in teaching higher
    • cognitive and non-cognitive skills
  • 7. Teaching Higher Cognitive and Non- cognitive Skills
    • Decision-making, communication and
    • interpretation skills are now regarded as
    • the essential pat of a properly rounded
    • education
  • 8. The Spread of New Information Technology
    • IT in all its various forms and
    • manifestations is making an increasing
    • impact on education
    • IT is now becoming the current trend in
    • equipping quality education
    • IT equipments are rapidly becoming cheap
  • 9. The Spread of New Information Technology
    • IT in all its various forms and
    • manifestations is making an increasing
    • impact on education
    • IT is now becoming the current trend in
    • equipping quality education
    • IT equipments are rapidly becoming cheap
  • 10. Enrichment Activities 4
    • Instructions:
    • Download the Enrichment Activities 4 sent to by your instructor into your e-mail account.
    • Compose, attach and send an e-mail with a Subject: “Enrichment Activities 4” to your instructor. Make a carbon copy of your e-mail message with your classmates.