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  • 1. Use of ICT in teaching & learning
    • By the end of this presentation you should
    • be able to answer the following questions:
    • Describe the different types of learning technologies used by schools, colleges and universities
    • Describe the advantages and disadvantages of these technologies
  • 2. Educational technology
    • OR learning technology OR e-learning
    • This is the use of computers, multimedia materials, networks and communications systems to support learning
    • It includes:
    • CAI – computer-aided instruction
    • CBT – computer-based training
    • CAL – computer-aided learning
    • CBL – computer-based learning
    • CMC – computer mediated communications
    • CAA – computer-aided assessment
    • Record keeping
  • 3. CAI – computer-aided instruction CBT – computer-based training
    • CAI is software that tends to replace the teacher and take over the whole learning process
    • Computer – is the main method of delivering subject knowledge
    • Little consideration for other types of learning
    • Features:
    • Pre-test to establish level
    • Easy to navigate
    • Use of repetition to reinforce knowledge/skill
    • Built-in games/quizzes
    • Tests are taken and recorded to monitor progress
  • 4. CAL – computer-aided learning CBL – computer-based learning
    • CAL – software used to support existing methods of teaching and learning
    • Does not replace a lecture/lesson
    • Learning tool/resource like a textbook
    • More intergrated approach, teacher in control of learning process
    • Features:
    • Internet - use to investigate ideas/research as part of lesson
    • Use of computers, DVDs, Interactive whiteboards, multimedia projectors, TV’s
    • Use of overlay keyboard to assist students with disabilities to access CAL software
  • 5. Task: Question
    • Compare the advantages and disadvantages
    • of CAI and CAL and decide which one you
    • prefer
  • 6. advantages & disadvantages
    • CAI
    • CAL
  • 7. CMC – computer mediated communications
    • Consists of email, Instant Messaging and Chat rooms
    • Email used: to send student tasks and/or students to send completed class/home tasks
  • 8. CAA – computer-aided assessment
    • To test students at school, college & university
    • To find out what progress they are making
    • Can be formative or summative assessment
    • Summative: asking questions/recording responses. A mark then given
    • Formative: use of results to specific questions. Gives indication of progress and can identify key areas for improvement
  • 9. Online marking software
    • Candidates scripts are scanned into a computer system
    • Examiners login to the system
    • Mark the scripts on screen
    • This is a key development area and is proving successful
    • Manual marking: candidate marks are entered using OMR form
  • 10. Record keeping
    • Spreadsheets to record tests, exams, predicted grades, targets and attendance
    • Features used:
    • Conditional formatting – to monitor progress
    • Graphs – show progress
    • Statistics - percentage of attendance , difference between current and predicted grades etc
  • 11. TASKS:
    • 1. What type of educational technology is the:
    • OLC – ICT Alevel page
    • 2. Complete the example questions found here:
    • Y:ICTA Level Applied ICT- Unit 2 - Organisations use of ICT2d. Education & Teaching