Basic Concept on Integrating Technology in Instruction

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  • Basic Concept on Integrating Technology in Instruction

    1. 1. WHAT ARE YOUR IDEAS ABOUT SPENDING OFF SCHOOL TIME PLAYING COMPUTER GAMES INCOMPUTER CAFES/ROOMS?
    2. 2. WHATABOUT THE PLAN OFTHE CHEDTO SUPPLY ONECOMPUTER UNIT TO EACH PUBLIC SCHOOL?
    3. 3. WHAT ABOUT TECHNOLOGY IN THE THIRD WORLD?
    4. 4. BASICCONCEPTS ONINTEGRATINGTECHNOLOGY ININSTRUCTION
    5. 5. FACT: THE USE OF COMPUTER DOES NOT MEANTECHNOLOGY HAS ALREADY BEEN INTEGRATED.
    6. 6. According to Pisapia, integrating technology with teaching does means the use of learning technologies tointroduce, reinforce, supplement and extend skills.... The difference between exemplary users of technology and technology users is the way their classes are conducted.
    7. 7. There is no integrative process if for example the teacher makes students play computer gamesto give them a rest period during classes. Neither there is no integration, if the teacher merely teaches students computer skills. Hint: gen ed
    8. 8. Here are some externalmanifestations of technologyintegration into instruction: 1. There’s a change in the way classes traditionally conducted.
    9. 9. 2. The quality of instruction is improvedto a higher level in such a way that could not have been achieved without educational technology. Hint: compilation/usb
    10. 10. 3. There is a planning byteacher on the process of determining how and when technology fits into the teaching- learning process. Prof . Dg.
    11. 11. 4. The teacher sets instructionalstrategies to addressspecific instructional issues/problems.
    12. 12. 5. The use of technologyprovides the opening ofopportunities torespond to theseinstructionalissues/problems.
    13. 13. Traditional instruction It- integrated instruction 1. Chalk board 1. constructivist 2. Manila paper 2.Use of PPT 3.Hand-wriiten 3. USB 4. non- 4. internet-based constructivist
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