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ICT for Teachers in Basic Education
ICT for Teachers in Basic Education
ICT for Teachers in Basic Education
ICT for Teachers in Basic Education
ICT for Teachers in Basic Education
ICT for Teachers in Basic Education
ICT for Teachers in Basic Education
ICT for Teachers in Basic Education
ICT for Teachers in Basic Education
ICT for Teachers in Basic Education
ICT for Teachers in Basic Education
ICT for Teachers in Basic Education
ICT for Teachers in Basic Education
ICT for Teachers in Basic Education
ICT for Teachers in Basic Education
ICT for Teachers in Basic Education
ICT for Teachers in Basic Education
ICT for Teachers in Basic Education
ICT for Teachers in Basic Education
ICT for Teachers in Basic Education
ICT for Teachers in Basic Education
ICT for Teachers in Basic Education
ICT for Teachers in Basic Education
ICT for Teachers in Basic Education
ICT for Teachers in Basic Education
ICT for Teachers in Basic Education
ICT for Teachers in Basic Education
ICT for Teachers in Basic Education
ICT for Teachers in Basic Education
ICT for Teachers in Basic Education
ICT for Teachers in Basic Education
ICT for Teachers in Basic Education
ICT for Teachers in Basic Education
ICT for Teachers in Basic Education
ICT for Teachers in Basic Education
ICT for Teachers in Basic Education
ICT for Teachers in Basic Education
ICT for Teachers in Basic Education
ICT for Teachers in Basic Education
ICT for Teachers in Basic Education
ICT for Teachers in Basic Education
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ICT for Teachers in Basic Education

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A training presentation to assist basic education teachers on designing and delivering learning with information and communications technology (ICT).

A training presentation to assist basic education teachers on designing and delivering learning with information and communications technology (ICT).

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  • 1. ICT4TEACHERS IN BASIC EDUCATION PLANS OUTCOMES TECHNOLOGY DISCOVER DESIGN DELIVER EVALUATE TECHNOLOGY
  • 2. Copyright and Disclaimer Notice: There are information, documents, images, templates and software introduced in this presentation that belong to the cited author(s) or company(s), and subject to the copyright and licensing terms of the original author/s. The presentation does not claim to represent nor commercial linked with the cited resources. The use here is for educational purpose.
  • 3. Training Objectives:To identify and elaborate the instructional model andeffective teaching principles to support e-learningimplementation by the teachers.To explore and demonstrate the align use of the freelyavailable computer applications and Internet services toteach reading, writing, arts, mathematics, and sciences.To define, plan, compose, and implement ICT enabledlearning setting and lesson plan that integrate the use ofeducational computer software and Internet basedcontent to improve the achievement of the learningoutcomes.
  • 4. Training Topics:Principles of Effective TeachingDesigning the ICT Enhanced Instructional ModelWriting the Instructional Plan with ICT Based LearningResourcesDiscover, Review, and Use the Internet Services forTeaching and LearningDiscover, Review, and Use the Desktop Software forTeaching and Learning
  • 5. Training OutputsEffective Teaching PrinciplesICT Enhanced Instructional PlanSchool-Based Mapping of ComputerSoftware and Internet Sites for Teachingand Learning
  • 6. ICT4TEACHERS IN BASIC EDUCATION Software and Internet to Teach and Learn PRINCIPLES
  • 7. What is Learning…The process that resultschanges in the humanunderstanding, humanbehaviour and in the humancapabilities to function orperform –(competency).
  • 8. What is Teaching…The process of creating andfacilitating the events thataffects learners in their wayto achieve learning.
  • 9. Learning and TeacherCATEGORIES OF TEACHER KNOWLEDGEShulman, Lee S. 1987. "Knowledge and Teaching: Foundations of the New Reform." Harvard Educational Review 57 (1):1 - 22 Knowledge of subject matter content Knowledge of general pedagogical principles and strategies Knowledge of learners, their characteristics, and how they learn
  • 10. Learning and TeacherCATEGORIES OF TEACHER KNOWLEDGEShulman, Lee S. 1987. "Knowledge and Teaching: Foundations of the New Reform." Harvard Educational Review 57 (1):1 - 22 Knowledge of educational contexts Knowledge of educational goals, purposes, and values
  • 11. Effective Teaching• Teaching effectiveness is an interaction between subject matter knowledge and teaching ability. • “When a teacher does this (process), it results in this sort of student achievement (product).” “When a teacher causes this to happen (process), it results in student learning (product).”
  • 12. Learning Events Presentation Demonstration Discussion Hands-On Projects Practice Drill Exploration Experiment Author Evaluation
  • 13. Effective Teaching Make the learner focus and pursue clear learning goals. The instructional method, content resource, and assessment instruments are aligned to the clearly stated outcomes. Present clear and simple content. The information has to build on what the students already know.
  • 14. Effective Teaching Engage the learner in learning by doing. Activity based learning is given time in building contextual knowledge. Teach with enthusiasm. The teacher shows excitement and passion in doing what will make the learner successful.
  • 15. ICT Use Principles in Learning Learning with ICT is to bring variety of instructional events and contextual experiences to realize discovering, exploring comparing, collaborating, networking, doing, making, building, arranging, figuring out, reflecting, sharing, publishing, evaluating, feed backing, changing, etc.... of learning for all.
  • 16. ICT Use Principles in Learning Learning with ICT brings information for all to realize knowledge acquisition, knowledge creation, and knowledge sharing in order to achieve the performance goals of the basic education curriculum for all learners.
  • 17. ICT Use Principles in Learning Learning that is delivered through the use of computer applications, Internet services, other technology platforms. and multimedia learning content must bring the extension, enhancement and fill-in the gaps of education inside or outside the school premises.
  • 18. ICT Use Principles in Learning The computer software, Internet services and multimedia learning content need to be appropriately aligned to the instructional and learning outcomes, sound teaching methods, learners conditions, and safety requirements.
  • 19. Teacher Goal:Matthew NeedlemanLos Angeles Unified School District “The goal of technology integration is not just for teachers to show off new toys but to put technology into the hands of students, and have them participate in higher level thinking, collaboration, and project based learning.”
  • 20. Teacher Goal:….Ramirez, R., & Bell, R. (1994). Byting back: Policies to support the use of technology in education. Oak Brook, IL: North Central Regional Educational Laboratory “"Using technologies effectively in education requires shifting our focus from teaching to learning, with more and more of the learning coming under the control of the learner”
  • 21. ICT Configuration for Teaching and Learning What instructional method will integrate the use of technology? What hardware and software configurations will fit the instructional activity and knowledge content requirements?
  • 22. ICT Configuration for Teaching and Learning DIGITAL INTEGRATION •PRESENTATION •ACTIVITY COMMON WAY •REFERENCE •ASSESSMENT
  • 23. ICT Configuration for Teaching and Learning FOCUS INSTRUCTIONAL USEICT ENHANCED LECTURE ROOMICT ENHANCED MATH CENTERICT ENHANCED LANGUAGE LAB ICT ENHANCED SCIENCE LABICT DIGITAL ARTS LABICT CREATIVE WRITING LAB
  • 24. ICT Configuration for Teaching and Learning FOCUS LEARNER CONTEXTSELF-DIRECTED LEARNINGTEACHER LED LEARNING
  • 25. ICT CONFIGURATION FOR BLENDEDTEACHING AND LEARNING • Self Directed Learning • Practice and Drill • Computerized Test • Creative Writing • Creative Arts • Computerized Tutorial • On-line Seminar
  • 26. ICT CONFIGURATION FOR BLENDEDTEACHING AND LEARNING • Collaborative Project • Group Discussion • Group Coaching
  • 27. ICT CONFIGURATION FOR BLENDEDTEACHING AND LEARNING • Lecture Presentation • Activity Demonstration • Video Broadcast Lecture Demonstration
  • 28. ICT4TEACHERS IN BASIC EDUCATION Software and Internet to Teach and Learn DESIGN
  • 29. INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN• The systematic development of 1. Instructional specifications based on some learning and instructional theoryto ensure the quality of instruction. • The process of analysis of 2. learning needs and goals and the development of a 3. delivery system to meet those needs. • The development of 4. instructional materials and activities and tryout and evaluation of all activities; instruction and learner activities.
  • 30. 21st Century Learning CompetencyTECHNOLOGICAL LITERACY: Knowledge about what technology is, how it works, what purposes it can serve, and how it can be used efficiently and effectively to achieve specific goals.-NCREL: enGauge 21st Century Skills Teaching the Net Generation: Curriculum, Pedagogy and the Challenge of 21st Century Learning
  • 31. 21st Century Learning CompetencyVISUAL LITERACY The ability to interpret, use, appreciate, and create images and video using both conventional and 21st century media in ways that advance thinking, decision making, communication, and learning.-NCREL: enGauge 21st Century Skills Teaching the Net Generation: Curriculum, Pedagogy and the Challenge of 21st Century Learning
  • 32. 21st Century Learning Competency INFORMATION LITERACY The ability to evaluate information across a range of media; recognize when information is needed; locate, synthesize, and use information effectively; and accomplish these functions using technology applications, communication networks, and electronic resources-NCREL: enGauge 21st Centurythe Net Generation: Teaching Skills Curriculum, Pedagogy and the Challenge of 21st Century Learning
  • 33. Instructional Planning Stages Performance Rubric Plan the Summative Software and Evaluation Internet Sites Performance Develop the Criterion References Assemble Formative and Evaluation Least Mastered Develop Review Competency Areas Performance Instructional Lesson Plan Objectives Material and Resource Conduct Identify Instructional Plan Entry Analysis Select ICT-Enhanced Behaviour Instructional Instructional Delivery Methods Configuration to Define Match InstructionalInstructional Basic Education Competency Standard Method. Objectives Learner Profiles and Education Context
  • 34. Aligning Software and Internet SitesLEARNING OUTCOMES: Specify the performance objectives in terms of what the students must be able to understand and be able to do, based on the prescribed learning competencies of the basic secondary education. (Specific and measurable)LEARNING TOPICS: List down the specific lesson to be understood or to be performed. Mark the lesson topics considered among the least mastered competency according to the results of the National Achievements Test.LEARNING OBJECTS: Name the software title or Internet sites, and classify the reviewed e- leaning object according to learning activity or instructional tasks it will bring about in order to realize the stated learning outcomes of the topic. (e.g. Cell Functions - Simulation)LESSON PLAN INTEGRATION: Identify the possible placement of the e-learning objects in the teachers lesson plan . (motivation, review, concept presentation, activities, assignment, or assessment) Teaching the Net Generation: Curriculum, Pedagogy and the Challenge of 21st Century Learning
  • 35. Process & Product Effective Teaching Model GOAL INPUT PROCESS OUTPUT Learning Outcome Software and Internet Instructional Method Learning Product Resources-to read and write Word Processor TEACHER-LED Reports-to count and calculate Desktop Publishing Lecture Assessment Results- Calculation Spreadsheet Direct Instruction Project Artifacts Slide Presenter Demonstration Worksheets Multimedia Authoring Practice Drill Video Production Video and Audio Editor LEARNER-CENTERED Multimedia Presentation Image and Drawing Editor Cooperative Learning Published Documents Web Page Maker Discussion Forum Worksheet Maker Case Studies Test Maker Discovery Learning Math Study Helper Journal and Diary Science Study Helper Brainstorming English Study Helper Debates e-Mail Weblog, and Wiki File Sharing Knowledge Base Virtual Laboratory Internet Digital Library
  • 36. ICT4TEACHERS IN BASIC EDUCATION Software and Internet to Teach and LearnTECHNOLOGY
  • 37. Digital Learning Environment 1.Desktop Computing 2.Internet Computing
  • 38. Enabling Interrogative…What digital citizenshipskills and open digitalenvironment that allstudents, teachers, andadministrators need tolearn effectively in alife-time, and to liveproductively in theemerging digitalsociety? Teaching the Net Generation: Curriculum, Pedagogy and the Challenge of 21st Century Learning
  • 39. Meaning to Education…...identification of performance specifications that identify the knowledge, skills, and abilities that the students, teachers, and administrators need to become and to succeed in a digital technology enhanced learning, teaching, and administrative environments....building of digital environment that promotes digital inclusion and open technology standards. Teaching the Net Generation: Curriculum, Pedagogy and the Challenge of 21st Century Learning
  • 40. Digital Learning Environment 1 2 3 OPERATING APPLICATION DATA ENVIRONMENT ENVIRONMENT ENVIRONMENT Writing Calculation & Reading Data MICROSOFT Publishing LINUX Processing Document MACINTOSH Files Image & Video Net Browsing Multimedia Communication Authoring & Collaboration Study Helper Multimedia Digital Files Learning Safety Management & Security INTERNET SERVICES Authoring & Sharing Data Repository Transactional Publishing Data
  • 41. The Desktop Computing-the context of open solutions kit WORD WEB COMMUNICATION IMAGES PROCESSING BROWSING COLLABORATION MANIPULATION VIDEO CALCULATION MULTIMEDIA WEBPAGE PROCESSING WORKSHEET PRESENTATION AUTHORING ON-LINE ON-LINE SOCIAL MONITORING LEARNING TRANSACTION NETWORKING APPLICATION DATA Application ProgramStandard NET •DOC, ODT Operating System Services •PNG, JPG •Domain Name •AVI, WMV PC Desktop/Laptop Network Servers •Content Host •MOV, MP4 •PPT, ODP •Application Services •XLS, ODS DEVICE USER NETWORK •Database Services•XML, HTML MANAGEMENT INTERFACE SERVICES •Mail Services •ASP, PHP •CVS, TXT STORAGE/FILE PROGRAM SECURITY MANAGEMENT MANAGEMENT MANAGEMENT HARDWARE DEVICES & BANDWIDTH ACCESS
  • 42. Open Digital Education Software Kit• Digital Interactivity• Digital Authoring• Digital Visual Arts• Digital Safety• Digital Study Helper • Reading • Writing • Sciences • Mathematics
  • 43. Internet Services for Learning INSTRUCTOR-LED SELF-DIRECTED BLENDED LEARNING LEARNING LEARNING Real-Time On-line Face to Face Canned Interaction Interaction CMS Interactive Chat E-Mail Wiki LMS Streaming Video Conference Discussion Group Weblog DLS Broadcast VOIP E-Forum File Sharing Apps E-ASSSESSMENT TEXTUAL, IMAGE, VIDEO, AUDIO TRANSACTIONAL IN/OUTPUT STREAMING ASSESSMENT & INFORMATION KNOWLEDGE VIDEO FEED CERTIFICATION MANAGEMENT DATABASE DATABASE DATABASE DATABASE INSTRUCTION & LEARNING STANDARDS PROCESS & TECHNOLOGY STANDARDS
  • 44. Reading|Writing|Mathematics |Sciences
  • 45. RESOURCE WEBSITEwww.aralanetdesk.com Teaching the Net Generation: Curriculum, Pedagogy and the Challenge of 21st Century Learning

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