The role of technology has for the learning

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  • Digital devices are being used more by students at home.To engage the students in their learning, teacher today should look at technology as a way to transmit it across. And therefore take advantage of the skill the student poccess
  • The cross curriculum content is appropiate to teach in the key learning areas. In the mathematics syllabus these are required while teaching, information and communication technology, work, employment and enterprise and Numeracy.
  • This film is telling us that students today use a lot more technology and if teachers use technology to teach it would give them greater world experience and greater engagement into the students learning.A film like this is a good way to convey a message across and has simple techniques involved. This film is a great one to review to get student to create a film for maths.
  • By reviewing “A Vision of K-12 Students Today”, students can use this film to create a film for younger grades. Eg. How Multiplication and Division works. It involves ICT and Numeracy out of cross curriculum content. By creating a film in mathematics using ICT not only can the students learn about the topic they are filming about they can also learn about data collection, organisation and time keeping which are part of the quality teaching model.
  • Forbidden is a film in the form of a narrative, Orientation, complication and Resolution.This film is about the grandmother and she just wants to see her lover.Great techniques are used through the film eg. introduce cookies and rocks using close up shots of the bag.
  • Forbidden is a film that the teacher can show the students and explain how the film works and what the techniques are doing. Eg. Close up, long shot, panning.
  • The role of technology has for the learning

    1. 1. Filmmaking as a Technology For The Learning Environment Today<br />1<br />
    2. 2. The 21st Century – Technological Students<br />Mobile Phones<br />Computers<br />Ipod<br />Games (playstation)<br />Television<br />2<br />
    3. 3. Cross Curriculum Content in the Mathematics Syllabus<br />Information and Communication Technology (ICT)<br />Work, Employment and Enterprise<br />Numeracy<br />3<br />
    4. 4. “A Vision of K-12 Students Today”<br />Review :<br />Few teachers use technology<br />Students use of technoloy<br />Greater engagement<br />Still Shots<br />Reading cards<br />Good way to convey a message<br />Simple and easy<br />4<br />
    5. 5. Use for Maths and Key Competencies <br />Information and Communication Technology (ICT)<br />Numeracy<br />Data Collecting<br />Organising<br />Time keeping<br />5<br />
    6. 6. “Forbidden” reviewed<br />Narrative approach<br />Good use of film techniques<br />Objects and expressions used<br />6<br />
    7. 7. Use in teaching<br />How to make a film<br />Story line<br />Introducing film techniques<br />7<br />
    8. 8. Future Project<br />Objects<br />Close ups<br />8<br />

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