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History of Educational Technology History of Educational Technology Presentation Transcript

  • Benefits of using ET inside the classroom:
    • Easy to access course materials.
    • Class website, blogs and wikis
    • Subjects made easier to learn
    • Improved student writing
    • Student motivation
    • Wide participation
    • Smart boards
    • Online media
    Educational Technology
  • Educational technology From its beginning … 1453 The printing of the Bible with moveable type created by Gutenberg transforms society. 1635 Founding of the first public school in the U.S.
    • 1872 QWERTY: Christopher Sholes develops a machine to print the alphabet.
    1954 General Electric is the first business to order a computer.
    • Apple introduces the Macintosh.
    Commodore introduces the Commodore 64 . 1984
    • 1989 The World-Wide Web begins at the Conseil Europeen pour la Recherche Nucleaire.
    2002 Apple releases its third generation iMac in teal with a built-in microphone. Students take it to class, and it records the lecture so that the student can organize the lecture to meet his/her learning style.
    • 2005 The laptop computer merges with the student's notebook and textbooks to create the Interactive Textbook.
    Books are published in a dual format, Opti-books, which can be read as print books, but they also have a CD-ROM embedded in the back.
    • demonstrate a new lesson,
    • present new material,
    • illustrate how to use new programs
    • show new websites.
    Computers allow teachers to Technology in the classrooms and its uses. Clickers or Smartphones can be used to enhance the experience in the classroom by providing the possibility for professors to get feedback
    • touch control of computer applications
    • enhance the experience in the classroom by showing anything that can be on a computer screen
    • not only aids in visual learning
    • interaction - students can draw, write, or manipulate images
    Interactive whiteboards provide
    • Deal with noisy classrooms
    • Make themselves be heard clearer
    • No longer lose their voices at the end of the day
    Wireless classroom microphones allow teachers to
  • Sources   http://cter.ed.uiuc.edu/cter2/ci335/timeline.html http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Educational_technology http://www.csulb.edu/murdock/histofes.html