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Technology Chalkboard 2002
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  • 1. Assessment of Online Technology Modules in Pre-Service Teacher Education Courses Jeanne Vilberg and Darla Ausel Clarion University of Pennsylvania Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education 13th International Conference March 18-23, 2002 Nashville, TN
  • 2. Presentation • Module Design • View Online Modules • Assessment Results – Survey – Reflection • Future
  • 3. PT3 CAPE Consortium Clarion University of Pennsylvania Edinboro University of Pennsylvania Indiana University of Pennsylvania
  • 4. Background • Accomplishments – Technology proficient faculty – Integrating technology into lesson plans (Technology Chalkboard model) • Web resources • Software application basics • Online supplemental courses – Faculty modeling technology
  • 5. Technology Chalkboard Model Demonstrations Workshops Presentations imovies WebQuests Standards Electronic Portfolios Online Courses Assessment of Digital Camera Electronic Spreadsheets Online Instruction Scanning Digital imaging InfusingTechnology Videoconferencing Mindtools Electronic Communication Multimedia Videoconferencing Technology Classrooms
  • 6. Transition Student-centered Teacher-centered
  • 7. Technology Chalkboard Model Demonstrations Workshops Presentations imovies WebQuests Standards Electronic Portfolios Online Courses Assessment of Digital Camera Electronic Spreadsheets Online Instruction Scanning Digital imaging InfusingTechnology Videoconferencing Mindtools Electronic Communication Multimedia Videoconferencing Technology Classrooms
  • 8. Funding & Project Design • Collaborate with PT3 partners to obtain grant funding (CAPE) • Design module format • Develop modules • Implement modules in pre-service teacher education programs • Evaluate modules
  • 9. Participants at each institution • One project director • Three faculty developers – recruited to develop the modules • Five faculty and four K-12 teachers – selected to implement and assess the modules
  • 10. Timeline 2001-2002 • Summer 2001 – Module Design and Development • Fall 2001 – Module Implementation • Spring 2002 – Module Evaluation and Revision
  • 11. Clarion Implementation • Three online modules: WebQuests Mindtools Reshaping Classrooms • Six course sections • Impacting 414 students
  • 12. Course Implementation Instructional Strategies Micro Applications in the Classroom Teaching Elementary School Mathematics Social Studies Methods for Elementary Teachers Children’s Literature Resources and Materials for Science Education
  • 13. Online Module
  • 14. Module Design Introduction Framework Tutorial Explore examples Exploration Elementary/Secondary Create lesson plans Integration ISTE standards
  • 15. Blackboard – WebQuest
  • 16. Assessment • Student Survey • Student Reflection
  • 17. Evaluation Tools Class Standings • SurveySophomores 3% – 244 students 39% Juniors 55% Seniors 3% Graduate students Technology Level 7% Beginner 26% Intermediate 54% Advanced 13% Expert
  • 18. Evaluation Tools Student Reflection Component 1. Valuable learning experience? 2. Expand knowledge about technology/concept? 3. Use in classroom to enhance content knowledge? 4. Fit into existing curriculum and meet standards? 5. Additional thoughts about using online modules for learning?
  • 19. Results of Survey Data 160 140 120 100 80 60 40 20 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Strongly Disagree Disagree Neutral/No Opinion Agree Strongly Agree
  • 20. Ease of Use quot;I like that the only knowledge you need to know before you begin is just basic computer skills. It allows the content to open up and come alive on the screen.quot;
  • 21. Learning how to use the technology module required relatively little help from others. 140 120 Strongly Disagree 100 Disagree 80 No Opinion 60 Agree 40 Strongly Agree 20 0 Question 2
  • 22. Learning the computer applications for the technology module was relatively easy. 160 140 Strongly Disagree 120 Disagree 100 No Opinion 80 Agree 60 Strongly Agree 40 20 0 Question 5
  • 23. Appropriateness quot;The module opened my eyes to new and innovative ways to help my students learn by using technology.quot;
  • 24. Learning how to use the technology module was adequately discussed in class. 160 140 Strongly Disagree 120 Disagree 100 No Opinion 80 Agree 60 Strongly Agree 40 20 0 Question 1
  • 25. The technology module assignments were appropriate for this course. 140 120 Strongly Disagree 100 Disagree 80 No Opinion 60 Agree Strongly Agree 40 20 0 Question 3
  • 26. Integration “Technology can be incorporated into the existing curriculum in almost any subject. The key is to begin with the standard and learning objective you want students to achieve and then incorporate technology effectively.”
  • 27. The technology module was well integrated with the rest of the course. 140 120 Strongly Disagree 100 Disagree 80 No Opinion 60 Agree Strongly Agree 40 20 0 Question 6
  • 28. Time to Complete
  • 29. The technology module assignments required too much time. 100 90 Strongly Disagree 80 70 Disagree 60 No Opinion 50 Agree 40 30 Strongly Agree 20 10 0 Question 4
  • 30. Interest & Understanding “I realized that students would be able to understand concepts on a higher level when technology is used in the classroom.”
  • 31. The technology module contributed to my understanding of the course material. 120 100 Strongly Disagree Disagree 80 No Opinion 60 Agree 40 Strongly Agree 20 0 Question 7
  • 32. The technology module enhanced my interest in the course material. 100 90 Strongly Disagree 80 70 Disagree 60 No Opinion 50 Agree 40 30 Strongly Agree 20 10 0 Question 8
  • 33. Value “I never realized how blind I was when it came to integrating technology ...” “At first I was unable to make a connection between technology and speech therapy, but with more information later on, a light bulb went on and I finally pieced together what I was missing.”
  • 34. This course would have been better without the technology module. 100 90 Strongly Disagree 80 70 Disagree 60 No Opinion 50 Agree 40 30 Strongly Agree 20 10 0 Question 9
  • 35. Overall, the technology module was a valuable part of this course. 140 120 Strongly Disagree 100 Disagree 80 No Opinion 60 Agree Strongly Agree 40 20 0 Question 10
  • 36. Summary • Online technology modules are valuable tools for pre-service teachers • Faculty continue to integrate technology modules • Collaboration with PT3 partners to share modules • Future development of modules
  • 37. Final Reflection “Since I have had the opportunity to explore many different online modules, I have come to the conclusion that they are worthwhile, educational, interactive teaching tools to use in the classroom.”
  • 38. Q&A We hope you found today’s presentation valuable. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us jvilberg@clarion.edu dausel@clarion.edu

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