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  1. 1. denvert eacher.edublogs.orghttp://denverteacher.edublogs.org/2012/06/17/instructional-technology-endorsement-study-guide-place-test-51/photo credit: International TechnologyStandards for TeachersInstructional Technology Endorsement Study Guide“Digital natives are accustomed to the twitch-speed, multitasking, random-access, graphics-first, active, connected, fun, fantasy, quick-payoff world of theirvideo games, MTV, and the Internet” (Prensky, 2001)How do educators change the current education paradigm to f it the needs of today’sstudents?View the video Changing Education Paradigms…ITEM ANALYSIS BREAKDOWNOBJECTIVESInternational Society for Technology in Educationwebsite http://www.iste.org/standards/nets-f or-teachers.aspxhttp://www.iste.org/standards.aspxREAD- Levels of Technology Implementation (LoTi)Framework, Jo Williamson and Traci RedishREVIEW - HISTORY OF INFLUENCES IN THE DEVELOPMENTOF INTELLIGENCE & THEORYComparing Instructional Design ModelsView more PowerPoint f rom Michael M GrantKey issues in using educational technologies learner-centered
  2. 2. Photo Credit: http://apscms.net/staffpages/cjearthtree/author/cjearthtree/pedagogies include:Allowing means f or learners to build interpersonal connections and relationshipsFinding strategies that acknowledge dif f ering learner needs, abilities, and interestsProviding personal control and choice to learners, andAssessing and addressing the technology self -ef f icacy of individual learnersBLOOMS’S TAXONOMY OF INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY
  3. 3. Chickering and Gamson (1991) developed seven principles f or good practice in undergraduate education thathave been interpreted by several scholars as transf erable to the online and hybrid course environments( Phipps, 2005 ; Guidera, 2004 ; Roby and Hampikian, 2002 ) The Seven Principles f or Good Practice inUndergraduate Education are anchored to the concept of creating a learning-centered environment f orstudents and include:Encouraging student-f aculty contactEncouraging cooperation among studentsEncouraging active learningProviding prompt f eedbackEmphasizing time on taskCommunicating high expectations, andRespecting diverse talent and ways of learning***A document that was created from over a century of research by theAmerican Psychological Association (APA) Task Force on Psychologyin Education (1993) was revised in 1997 to detail 14 learner-centeredprinciples (http://www.apa.org/ed/lcp.html ). McCombs and Vakili (2005) used those 14 principles to devise alearner-centered framework for online learning.***The framework focuses on ways to build a communityof learners and suggests that an online course should:Focus on inquiry and problem-based learningConvey dif f icult concepts with bi-modal communication sof tware
  4. 4. Photo Credit: Computer Strategies, LLCSupport collaboration as a means f or learners to construct their own knowledge and contributeto a groupAllow students to create electronic portf olios and other authentic assessmentsIncorporate initial and ongoing needs assessments that provide choice of activities and createoptimally challenging environmentsScaf f old learning by creating hyperlinks to resources that help learners reach the next level ofdevelopmentUse a variety of technologies such as multimedia and streaming technologies to appeal todif f erent learning styles and meet the needs of students with disabilitiesProvide ways f or assignments to be graded electronically via a variety of assessments and haveelectronic f eedback and grades available to studentsInstructional design reviewView more presentations f rom Carla PiperLearning Environments and Experiences (50%)Categories: Teacher Exam Study Guides | Tags: current standards in Instructional technology, endorsement
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