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    • Education Technology: Why is it Essential to Assist with Student Outcomes? by Julie Channell
    • Educational Technology     a. Model related to educational technology       b. What is educational technology?     c. How should it be used?     d. Student outcomes
    •   Using a Combination of Directed and Constructivist Models for Educational Technology
      • -Integrating educational technology motivates students learning
      • -Lends itself to limited staff and materials
      • -Assists with technology challenges in the building that impacts learning
      • -Assists with visual and information literacy skills
      • Roblyer, M.D., & Doering, AH (p. 45)
    • What is Educational Technology?
      • -Use of technology to support learning process
      •     *Equipment- easier to use and more accessible to students       and there are more accessibility options
      •     *Internet
      • -Assists with communication for students and teachers
      • -Assessment of student skills and data collection
      • -Parents are realizing that education is different for their children then it was for them and needs to be presented differently (Pictures, By Incorporating September 2010)
    • How Should Educational Technology be Used?
      • 1. Motivation of student to participate
      • 2 .Enhance Instruction
      • 3. Productivity
    • Motivation
      • -Students are more engaged learners with technology especially when they feel success
      • -Students are motivated when they can share their work with others via technology
      • -Students can see how educational opportunities  link them to the real world experiences and applications
      • -Students have a private learning environment where they can have answers explained repeatedly in addition to working at their speed
    • Enhance Instruction
      • -Allows for real life application of educational information
      • -Allows student to work at their speed
      • -Allows all students with various abilities and challenges to access instruction with adaptations
      • -Allows for differentiation of instruction and tool use
    • Productivity
      • -Many programs keep data collection 
      • -Provides feedback to students regarding skills analysis
      • -Easier way to share information for students and staff with supports like Microsoft Office tools and the internet
      • -Allows teachers to be more efficient
    • How does Educational Technology Impact Learning?
        • Rising scores on state tests
        • Improved student attendance
        • Increased student comprehension
        • Motivation
        • Attitude
        • Strong study
        • Parent and teacher support
        • Improved student retention
        • Improved placement in jobs
      •   Technology Impact on Learning (September 2010).
    • An Example of Success Measures in Technology-Rich Schools   Pictures, By Incorporating(September 2010) School Student Population Measure Christopher Columbus Middle School Union City, NJ 91 percent, minority, 79 percent free-lunch eligible Rising scores on state tests; improved student attendance Blackstock Jr. High School Port Hueneme, CA 65 percent minority, 76 percent Title I Improved test scores; increased student comprehension, motivation, attitude; strong student, parent, and teacher support East Bakersfield High School Bakersfield, CA 60 percent minority, very low English proficiency Improved student retention; improved placement in jobs Northbrook Middle School Houston, TX Largely minority, low socioeconomic status Largely minority, low socioeconomic status
    • Conclusion
      • Educational technology comes with many advantages to enhance student learning and assist educators with monitoring students learning. It assists students gain real life experience while in the classroom.  Educational technology also provides students with future job placement opportunities since 60% of all jobs in the nation will requires skills in computer and network use (Ed.Gov ¶, 11).
    • References
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      • CARET . Web. (2010) Retrieved from http://caret.iste.org             
      •       /index.cfm?fuseaction=evidence&answerID=10.
      • Educational Technology Insight."  Educational Technology Insight for  Educators and 
      •      Technologists : The Meaning of Educational Technology : Definition of Educational 
      •      Technology ". (2010). Retrieved from http://edtech.twinisles.com/rb/.
      • Pictures, By Incorporating. "Archived: National Educational."
      •      U.S. Department of Education . Web. (2010).  Retrieved from
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      •      /benefits.html.
      • Roblyer, M.D., & Doering, AH. (2010). Integrating technology into teaching . Boston: Allyn and     Bacon.
      • Technology Impact on Learning." National School Boards 
      •      Association" . Web. (2010). Retrieved from http://www.nsba.org /sbot/toolkit/tiol.html.
      • Technology Integration: Essential Questions (Page 1 of 2)."  Computing Technology for Math     Excellence . Web". (2010). Retrieved fr  http://www.ct4me.net/technology_integr.