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EDTECH101 People Media THW Group1

  1. 1. * People as a medium of instruction and information dissemination.
  2. 2. *People are the primary tool of transferring knowledge and information *Information is being passed down from one person to another such as hunting and survival skills, cultural practices and traditions, art and literature, religion and history, scientific discoveries, etc. *
  3. 3. *People – human beings making up a group or assembly or linked by a common interest *Media – a medium of cultivation, conveyance, or expression *People Media – Medium by which people learn through interactions with other people either by means of audio, visual, or both *Interaction – mutual or reciprocal action or influence *
  4. 4. *Feedback – helpful information or criticism that is given to someone to say what can be done to improve a performance, product, etc. *
  5. 5. *Medium that uses any printed material (newspapers, magazines, etc.) to convey information. It has a medium audience range and uses visual text or images. *
  6. 6. *They are the ones who utilize text and/or visual arts in order to impart knowledge, transfer information and express opinions using printed materials such as books, newspapers and magazines. *Examples: Authors, Publishers, Editors, Columnists, Visual artists, Photographers *
  7. 7. *Remains as the primary aid/tool of teachers and students in classroom learning (books) *Authors who publish educational materials are experts in their own field *A good source of current news and events (newspaper) which broadens social consciousness *An outlet for expressing oneself through written and visual art (poems, paintings, etc.) *
  8. 8. *Radio is a powerful mass medium used in education, for disseminating information, imparting instruction and giving entertainment. *Radio Media can be used over a large area by means of producing data that is transmitted over radio waves (AM/FM). This data is then received by our radios and is converted into sound *
  9. 9. *They are the ones who utilize radio media such as cassette tapes, CDs, podcasts and AM/FM radio broadcasting in distributing local and international facts and entertainment. *Examples: Radio DJs, Broadcasters, Commentators, Radio Actors, Song Artists *
  10. 10. *School broadcasting - ex. DZUP *Social awareness programming that discusses significant issues of the society and presents possible solutions that enlighten and educate people on a larger scale *A medium for formal and non-formal education ex. Interactive Radio Instruction (IRI) *
  11. 11. *Medium that uses the television set to present information. It has a wide audience reach and uses both audio and visual features. *
  12. 12. *They are personalities on TV as well as people working behind the camera who use television as a media for disseminating information which serve both educational and entertainment purposes *Examples: News anchors, Reporters, Hosts, Actors, Script Writers, Video Jocks *
  13. 13. *Presents a fun and creative way of learning through educational TV programs – ex. Sineskwela, MathTinik *The Children's Television Act of 1990 requires broadcast television stations in the United States to carry a minimum of three hours of "educational / informational" programming geared directly at children *Short films and documentaries for in depth studies – ex. Discovery Health Channel, Animal Planet, etc. *
  14. 14. *The medium is the internet or the world wide web as a means of information exchange. It uses both audio and visual functionality as well as digital or electronic data. *
  15. 15. *They are the ones responsible for sharing knowledge and information in the world-wide web through digital or electronic formats found in blogs, websites and online social media. *Examples: Bloggers, Web Administrators, Online Media Users, Web Writers *
  16. 16. *The internet is becoming a major source of research materials due to the vast information stored in the internet coupled with efficient data search engines *Free online courses - ex. Coursera (https://www.coursera.org/) *Online educational programs - ex. Knowledge Channel *Outlet for group meetings and discussions - ex. FB Groups, Yahoo Groups, UVLE, etc. *
  17. 17. *The medium that uses instructional materials and resources to impart knowledge, skills and attitude through educational or technical courses. *
  18. 18. *Teachers / Content Experts They are the main source of information in a classroom-like environment. They facilitate the learning of the students using different tools and strategies to incorporate proper knowledge, skills and attitudes. *Examples: Professors, Instructors, Speakers, Coaches, Trainers *
  19. 19. *Students They are learners or scholars who receive educational tutelage from teachers and benefit mostly from instructional media. *Examples: Pre-school, Grade school, High school, College and Graduate students *
  20. 20. * * * * Aguilar, K., Ayap, S., Ongkingco, C.A., Ramirez, M.A. People Media. Retrieved from: http://peoplemedia.weebly.com/ * Marchesano, E. (2012, Oct 10). What Are the Advantages and Disadvantages of Major Media Formats, and How Does Out of Home Media Compare? Retrieved from: http://www.adoptahighway.com/Blog/post/2012/10/10/What-Are-the-Advantages-andDisadvantages.aspx * Lad, K. (2008, Nov 8). Advantages and Disadvantages of Print Media. Retrieved from: http://63.175.159.26/~cimh/cami/files/PUBCOMM/PresK11/PDF/Media%20Matrix.2.pdf * Developing Communication Strategy: Advantages and Disadvantages of Different Types of Media. Retrieved from: http://63.175.159.26/~cimh/cami/files/PUBCOMM/PresK11/PDF/Media%20Matrix.2.pdf * MrRyanSis. (2009, Apr. 21). What are the advantages and disadvantages of print and web-based texts. Retrieved from: http://www.esfmedia.com/page/What+are+the+advantages+and+disadvantages+of+print+and+web-based+texts * Ingram, D. The Advantages & Disadvantages of Advertising on the Internet. Retrieved from: http://smallbusiness.chron.com/advantages-disadvantages-advertising-internet-4029.html * Pakhare, J. (2013, July 10). Advantages and Disadvantages of the Internet. Retrieved from: http://www.buzzle.com/articles/advantages-disadvantages-internet.html * Butteriss, C. (2008, Nov 2). Advantages & disadvantages of online communication. Retrieved from: http://bangthetable.com/2008/11/02/advantages-disadvantages-of-online-communication/ * * * http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary * * Das, J.K. Educational Broadcast Through Radio. Retrieved from: http://www.aiaer.net/ejournal/vol19107/8.htm Avance, P. People Media in Instruction. Retrieved from: http://prezi.com/zi-alw6pwfcu/people-media-in-instruction/ Durrance, R. (2012, Sept 1). Uses of Print Media. Retrieved from: http://www.ehow.com/info_8061549_uses-print-media.html Algood, T. (2013). Media Advantags and Disadvantages. Retrieved from: https://ag.tennessee.edu/cpa/Documents/Media%20Advantages%20and%20Disadvantages%20Presentation%20Jan%202013.pdf Educational Television. Retrieved from: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Educational_television Saglik, M., Ozturk, S. Television as an educational technology: using television at open education faculty, Anadolu University. Retrieved from: http://tojde.anadolu.edu.tr/tojde3/2/medihatxt.htm Improving Educational Quality through Interactive Radio Instruction A Toolkit for Policy Makers and Planners. Retrieved from: http://siteresources.worldbank.org/INTAFRICA/Resources/toolkit_for_radio.pdf *
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