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Lesson 10: The Computer as a Tutor

  1. 1. The Computer as a Tutor The computer is the human ingenuity. Even its original design in the 1950’s. With the intervention of the microcomputer (now also commonly referred to PC’s or personal computers, the PC has become the tool for program instructions.
  2. 2. Educators saw much use of the PC. It has become affordable to small business, industries and homes. They saw its potential for individualization in learning, especially as individualized learning is a problem since teachers usually with a class of forty one or more learners.
  3. 3. At Marcial O. Rañola Memorial School
  4. 4. Even with the available computer and CAI software, the TEACHER must:
  5. 5. Even with the available computer and CAI software, the TEACHER must:
  6. 6. Even with the available computer and CAI software, the TEACHER must: Grade 8 students at MORMS Grade 9 students at MORMS
  7. 7. BUCAF Library
  8. 8. BUCAF, GE Room
  9. 9. BUCAF Library
  10. 10. BUCAF Library
  11. 11. Example: Multiplication table, letter and word recognition, identification of geometric shapes, etc.)  Use drill and practice programs for basic skills and knowledge that require rapid or automatic response by students
  12. 12.  Ensure that drill and practice activities conform to the lesson plan/curriculum.  Limit drill and practice to 20-30 minutes to avoid boredom.  Use drill and practice to assist students with particular weakness in basic skills.
  13. 13. Simulation software materials are another kind of software that is constructivist in nature.
  14. 14. Example: SimCity in which students are allowed to artificially manage a city environment and decision-making is involve.
  15. 15.  Relating to low level learning objectives (e.g. basic spelling or math skills), instructional computer games add the elements of competition and challenge.
  16. 16. INSTRUCTIONAL GAMES Example: GeoSafari introduces adventure activities for Geography History and Science.
  17. 17. These are more sophisticated than the drill and practice exercise and allow students to learn and improve on their own problem solving ability.
  18. 18. Example: The Thinking Things 1 is a problem solving software in which the team learners must help each other by observing comparing.
  19. 19. The Multimedia Encyclopedia can score a huge database with text, images, animation, audio and video. Students can access any desired information, search it vast contents and even download/print relevant portions of the data for their composition or presentation.
  20. 20. Eyewitness children’s encyclopedia.
  21. 21.  Electronic books provide textual information for reading supplemented by other types of multimedia information (sounds, spoken words, pictures, animation). These are useful for learning reading, spelling, and word skills.
  22. 22. Grandma and Me animated storybook which offer sprites for young learner’s curiosity.
  23. 23. Assignment: 1. Many software materials available in developed countries are not yet available in developing countries. Do you think awareness of the existence of these materials can still help teachers in developing countries ? 2. Students play games at home and nearby school computer cafes. How do these games differ from instructional computer games?
  24. 24. Reference: Paz I. Lucido, Ph. D, Educational Technology 2, Lorimar Publishing Inc. Copyright 2012
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