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    • Technology and Ryan A personal timeline of educational technology 1
    • Education overview My name is Ryan Matsumoto I started school in the 1990‟s in Mililani I graduated from high school in 2003 from Mililani High School I first went to college at University of Hawaii at Manoa in 2003 When I finish the Post-bachelorette Certificate in Secondary Education (PBCSE), I hope to become a science high school teacher. 2
    • My definition: educational technology The teaching and incorporation of various technologies (e.g. computers, calculators, scientific equipment) into lessons. The use of technology in education is to introduce students to various types of technologies used, support/enhance learning and demonstrate the importance of technology. 3
    • Educational technology history links • Instructional Technology: Looking Backward, Thinking Forward: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KdwEIi22Dv8 • History of Educational Technology by Dr. Richard Schwier (He uses ILLUMINATE): http://blip.tv/file/647931 • History of Educational Technology http://www.docstoc.com/docs/426986/History-of-Educational-Technology 4
    • Additional resources • Google Scholar http://micro189.lib3.hawaii.edu/ezproxy/details.php?dbId=49905 Being UH students, we have access to a large source of electronic resources. One resource I use a lot is Google Scholar (link above). 1. Click on the link 2. Click on „Google Scholar‟ 3. Click on the button „Login through the UH Web Login Service‟ 4. Login with your UH username and password 5. Congratulations, you are logged into Google Scholar Try to Google : History of Educational Technology. 5
    • Kindergarten technology Throughout kindergarten and elementary school, chalkboards were the main way to convey messages and notes from teachers to students. 1 6
    • High school technology Overhead projectors were a big part of note taking. Unlike chalkboards, projector sheets were able to be saved and stored for later reference. 2 7
    • College technology Computers and internet are a huge resource for Computers allow students of all ages. students to take notes and save them almost indefinitely. 3 The internet allows students and educators the ability to share notes and work online. 4 8
    • A vivid technology learning experience • Technology updates fast pace • Learning technology is not only for education, it can be used for gaming (StarCraft 2 comes out soon) • Learning the joys of CS4 • A lot of technology used in lab job • Got to still keep up with technology… 9
    • Technology I want to use in my science classroom Scientific equipment (e.g. fluorescent microscopes, photospectrometers) ) 5 6 Internet sites such (e.g. www.youtube.com, http://blast.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/Blast.cgi (BLAST) Online blogging 10
    • My vision of the classroom of the future Integration of disciplines 7 8 Projects that extend to other local schools (maybe even inter-island) 9 The use of live cams and streaming chats (e.g. Skype) to help facilitate live 10 interactive learning 11
    • A challenge for teaching Technology illiteracy Technology advancements are so fast pace. I think keeping teachers up-to-par with current technology and being able to keep lesson plans and teaching students might be challenging. 11 Lack of funds Lack of funds could limit the technology available in classrooms. 12 12
    • Words of wisdom “Teachers need to integrate technology seamlessly into the curriculum instead of viewing it as an add-on, an afterthought, or an event.” -Heidi-Hayes Jacobs, Educational Consultant “If we teach today as we taught yesterday, we rob our children of tomorrow.” -John Dewey 13 13
    • Cite source 1 Green chalk board. School presentations. http://www.mbdss.ca/html/school_presentations.html. Web. 13 Jul 10. 2 Office Depot. Overhead projector. http://www.officedepot.com/a/browse/overhead- projectors/N=5+10076/. Web. 13 Jul 10. 3 Clipart from PowerPoint program. 4 Clipart from PowerPoint program. 5 DEWINTER OPTICAL INC. Advanced Fluorescent Microscope. http://dewinterindia.tradeindia.com/Exporters_Suppliers/Exporter12160.171278/Advanced-Fluorescent-Microscope.html. Web. 13 Jul 10. 6 Spectronics. M550. Analytical instruments. http://www.spectronic.co.uk/uv-vis- spectrophotometers/m550.htm. Web. 13 Jul 10. 7 Clipart from PowerPoint program. 8 Clipart from PowerPoint program. 9 University of Hawaii: Communication sciences and disorders. Islands. http://www.hawaii.edu/spauh/about_us.htm. Web. 13 Jul 10. 10 Wordpress. Webcam. http://almacosta.wordpress.com/2008/09/08/los-usos-mas-imaginativos-de-la-webcam/. Web. 13 Jul 10. 11 Clipart from PowerPoint program. 12 Clipart from PowerPoint program. 13 Clipart from PowerPoint program. 14