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Instructional Media Resources
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  • 1. Influence of Media Technology in Curriculum and Instruction<br />Ferdinand B. Pitagan, PhD<br />College of Education<br />University of the Philippines<br />
  • 2. Table of Contents<br />Plan of <br />Action<br />Media <br />Education<br />BEC<br />Evaluation<br />ICT<br />Conclusion<br />
  • 3. MEDIA<br />EDUCATION<br />
  • 4. Media Education<br />Manipulatives<br />People<br />Visual<br />Text<br />Motion<br />Audio<br />
  • 5. Media Education<br />media literate individual<br />Able to seek, receive and impart knowledge in an informed manner through technologies.<br />
  • 6. BASIC <br />EDUCATION<br />CURRICULUM<br />
  • 7. Bureau of Elementary Education, Curriculum Development Division Lesson Plan<br />Learning Objectives<br /><ul><li>One major skills target for each lesson plan
  • 8. To ensure skill mastery among the pupils
  • 9. References
  • 10. Materials
  • 11. Value Focus
  • 12. Preparatory Activities
  • 13. Development of the Lesson
  • 14. Post Activity</li></ul>Subject Matter<br />Lesson Proper<br /><ul><li>Testing Instruments
  • 15. Assignments</li></ul>Evaluation<br />
  • 16. INFORMATION AND<br />COMMUNICATION<br />TECHNOLOGY<br />
  • 17. Information and Communication Technology<br /><ul><li>ICT
  • 18. Computers
  • 19. Online/Web-based
  • 20. Mobile/Wireless
  • 21. Media Types
  • 22. Assistive Technology
  • 23. Others</li></li></ul><li>INSTRUCTIONALDESIGNWITH MEDIA INTEGRATION<br />
  • 24. ID with Media IntegrationASSURE Model<br /><ul><li>General Characteristics
  • 25. Specific Entry Competencies
  • 26. Learning Styles
  • 27. Learning Environments
  • 28. Tasks/Lessons
  • 29. Others</li></ul>ANALYSIS<br />LEARNERS<br />
  • 30. ID with Media IntegrationASSURE Model<br /><ul><li>The ABCDs of well stated Objectives
  • 31. Classification of Objectives
  • 32. Objectives and Individual Differences
  • 33. Assessment Tools
  • 34. Others</li></ul>STATEOBJECTIVES<br />
  • 35. ID with Media IntegrationASSURE Model<br /><ul><li>Instructional Methodologies
  • 36. Media Formats
  • 37. Specific Materials/Resources
  • 38. Availability
  • 39. Personal Resources
  • 40. Others </li></ul>SELECTMETHODS, MEDIA and MATERIALS<br />
  • 41. ID with Media IntegrationASSURE Model<br /><ul><li>Create Materials
  • 42. Preview/Prepare the Materials
  • 43. Prepare the Environment
  • 44. Prepare the Learners
  • 45. Provide the Learning Experience</li></ul>UTILIZEMEDIA and MATERIALS<br />
  • 46. ID with ICT IntegrationASSURE Model<br /><ul><li>Deliberately integrated to the Lesson
  • 47. Graded Participation
  • 48. Individual/Group Setting
  • 49. Others</li></ul>REQUIRE<br />LEARNERS’ PARTICIPATION<br />
  • 50. ID with ICT IntegrationASSURE Model<br /><ul><li>Assessment of Learners’ Achievement
  • 51. Evaluation of Methods and Media
  • 52. Evaluation of Instruction and Instructor
  • 53. Revision</li></ul>EVALUATE and REVISE<br />
  • 54. SUGGESTED <br />PLAN OF<br />ACTION<br />
  • 55. Suggested Plan of ActionANALYSIS<br />MEDIA INTEGRATION<br /><ul><li>online rubric/competency
  • 56. online tests, surveys, etc.
  • 57. mobile technology
  • 58. computer-based assessment (offline)
  • 59. others
  • 60. Analysis</li></ul> - learners<br /> - learning environment<br /> - institutional support<br />Learning Objectives<br />
  • 61. Suggested Plan of ActionSELECTION<br />MEDIA INTEGRATION<br /><ul><li>online teachers resources
  • 62. online students resources
  • 63. online library/journals
  • 64. others
  • 65. Selection</li></ul> - references<br /> - materials<br /> - value focus<br />Subject Matter<br />
  • 66. Suggested Plan of ActionUTILIZATION<br />MEDIA INTEGRATION<br /><ul><li>online games/media
  • 67. presentation software
  • 68. skills development software
  • 69. courseware
  • 70. CAI, CAD, etc.
  • 71. CMS, LMS, etc.
  • 72. others
  • 73. Utilization</li></ul> - preparatory activities<br /> - development of the<br /> lesson<br /> - post activity<br />Lesson Proper<br />
  • 74. Suggested Plan of ActionEVALUATION<br />MEDIA INTEGRATION<br /><ul><li>online rubric/competency
  • 75. online tests, surveys, etc.
  • 76. mobile technology
  • 77. online students/teachers resources
  • 78. CMS, LMS, etc.
  • 79. others
  • 80. Evaluation</li></ul> - assessment<br /> - assigment<br /> - post activity<br />Evaluation<br />
  • 81. EVALUATION OF <br />ID WITH <br />ICT<br />INTERGATION<br />
  • 82. EVALUATION: ID with Media Integration<br /><ul><li>What is the impact on student achievement of introducing ICTs in an educational setting?
  • 83. How does this compare with other types of interventions?</li></ul>UNESCO<br />
  • 84. EVALUATION: ID with Media Integration<br /><ul><li>Captures attention: interesting, engaging, variety of media, interactive
  • 85. Relevance to the learners
  • 86. Learning objectives: presented at the beginning of the lesson, specific, observable
  • 87. Provides frequent practice and immediate feedback
  • 88. Provides formative/summative assessment</li></ul>Kevin Kruse <br />
  • 89. CONCLUSION<br />It is no longer a question whether we need to integrate media into the curriculum, the more valid question is, how effective and efficient that integration is…<br />
  • 90. Write your reflection essay and submit it to UVLe.<br />NEXT MEETING: Learning theories that influence utilization of instructional media resources <br />

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