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Presentation explores the difference between integration and technology use.

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Integration Vs. Technology Use Integration Vs. Technology Use Presentation Transcript

  • Technology Use vs. Technology Integration Nakita Pasquesi
  • Technology Use Involves :
    • Technology used as a media for delivering instruction
    • Conveyor of information
    • Tutors of Students
  • How involved are students with technology use ?
    • Learners perceive and try to understand the messages stored in the technology.
    • Interaction limited to pressing a key.
  • Technology Integration:
    • “ The incorporation of technology resources and technology based practices into the daily routines, work, and management of schools.”
    • Defined by: The National Forum on Education Statistics (2005), Forum Unified Education Technology Suite
  • How involved are students with technology integration ?
    • Students are required to think about what they know in different, meaningful ways.
    • Engage students in critical thinking.
  • Which is Better?
    • ** Integrating Technology **
    • “ Technology should not support learning by attempting to instruct the learners, but rather should be used as knowledge construction tools that students learn with, not from.”
    • Johanssen, D.H (1996) Computers in the classroom: Mindtools for critical thinking . Columbus, OH: Merrill Hall
  • Why is technology integration better?
    • Gets students involved
    • Engages students
    • Encourages critical thinking
    • Knowledge Construction, not repetition
    • Gets students acquainted with recent technology
    • Prepares student for real world
    • Learn with technology not from it
    • Cost efficient / assessable for schools
  • Click here to view different examples of technology integration in the classroom:
    • http:// www.youtube.com/watch?v = jizLgRgpXrY
  • Why is technology use not effective?
    • Students not involved nor engaged
    • Students learn from technology not with it
    • Does not encourage critical thinking
    • Repetition
    • Does not support learning
    • Not incorporated into curriculum