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Presentación tp 1 2011
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  • 1. Aplicaciones de Informatica Educativa
    • Assignment # 1
    • Lecturer: Paula Ledesma
    • Students:
    • Cáceres, Laura
    • Fernández, Patricia
    • Palladino, Luciana
  • 2. HISTORY OF EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY
  • 3. Educational technology can be traced back to ancient times when early cultures invented signs writing to record and transmit information, but most educators defer to technology as computers. ORIGINS
  • 4. Microcomputer revolution begins in the early seventies:
    • 1971: the first microprocessor chip
    • is developed.
    • 1975: the first personal computer is
    • sold.
    • 1976: Apple Computer is formed and
    • sells 50 Apple I.
    • Advances increase memory size, storage, space and processing speeds.
  • 5. What is educational technology?
    • It’s an array of tools that might prove helpful in advancing student learning.
    • It’s aim is to facilitate learning by creating, using and managing technological process and resources.
  • 6.
    • Computer and non-computer technologies
    • currently used in traditional classrooms:
    • Class website
    • Class blogs and wikis
    • Wireless classroom microphones
    • Mobile devices
    • SmartBoards
    • Online media
    • Digital Games
    • Podcasts
    • Computer in the classroom
  • 7.
    • Theories that influenced
    • the development of
    • educational technology
  • 8.
    • Teachers provided learners with
    • instructions on what to do.
    • Focus on the behaviour of individual
    • learners.
    • Software and hardware were installed in school computer laboratories providing “drill and practice exercises.”
    Behaviorism
  • 9. Constructivism
    • Learners constructed their own understanding.
    • Collaborative learning was created.
    • Computers were criticised for being related to behaviourist theories of learning.
  • 10. TECHNOLOGY IN THE CLASSROOM, WHY?
    • Some benefits are:
    • Increases students’ motivation.
    • Provides quick feedback.
    • Caters for wider participation.
    • Improves students’ writing. (editing)
    • Subjects are made easier to learn.
    • Specific software to suit your learners.
    • Differenciated learning: personalized learning plans.
  • 11. REFERENCES
    • History of Educational Technology [online]. Retrieved
    • April, 2011, from Docstoc Web site:
    • http://www.docstoc.com/docs/426986/History-of- Educational-Technology
    • Educational Techonology [online]. Retrieved April, 2011,
    • from Wikipedia web site:
    • http:// en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Educational_technology
    • School Technology in Education [online]. Retrieved April,
    • 2011, from Answers.com web site:
    • http:// www.answers.com /topic/school-technology-in-education

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