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Technology in Teaching and Learning

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Technology in Teaching and Learning : useful slides for the researchers, academicians and in any field of education at all levels of such as Primary, secondary, higher secondary, and higher education. Can be used both by the teachers as instructional materials, students as learning materials, researchers as references and reviews, and organizations for training purposes. Can be used as innovative teaching method, innovative instructional strategies in teaching contents. Also useful in teaching various subjects like Physics, chemistry, Botany, Zoology, Tamil, English and maths and other subjects. Involves EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY, Educational Technology-Objectives, Scope of Educational Technology, Technology in Education, Technology of Education, Teaching with technology, Technology Usage in the Classroom, Technology can enhance teaching and learning .



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Technology in Teaching and Learning

  1. 1. WEL COME TO ALL
  2. 2. TECHNOLOGY IN TEACHING AND LEARNING Presented By Mrs. G. Muppudathi, Asst.Professor in Education, St.John De Britto College of Education, Thanjavur.
  3. 3. What do we mean by “technology”? Technology' in its broadest terms could include overhead projectors and even pen and paper but, in the context of Learning Technology, it is generally understood that we are talking about technologies that have arrived with the 'Information Revolution' i.e. those associated with computers.
  4. 4. MEANING OF EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY
  5. 5. Educational Technology – Meaning Application of system approach to education and Training. Emphasis the interrelation of Men, Machine, Methods, Media and Materials (5M’s).
  6. 6. Educational Technology – Definition Educational Technology is defined as development, application, and evaluation of systems, techniques, and aids to improve the process of human learning. - NCERT
  7. 7. Educational Technology-Objectives  Transmitting information.  Assisting the practice of specific skills.  Contribution to the provision of feedback.  The need to reach out to maximum number of students.  To offer greater opportunities for independent study.  To design, modify and develop appropriate equipment /aids suitable and relevant to the educational process.
  8. 8.  To identify the educational needs of the learner.  To identify the necessary teaching learning materials.  To plan teaching strategies, models and methods as per the need and objectives.  To evaluate the effectiveness of teaching .  Strategy in terms of learning outcomes.  To provide appropriate feedback to student as well as teachers.  To modify the teaching learning process on the basis of feedback received.
  9. 9. Scope of Educational Technology  Spelling out Educational goals and Objectives based on individualized and social needs.  Smart use of technology reduces wasted time, energy, and money.  Curriculum Development Planning of curricular and co-curricular inputs in order to realize planned goals and objectives.
  10. 10.  Developing Teaching-Learning materials and Resources Develops necessary learning materials in the form of programmed learning books, computer learning packages, mass media instruction, individualized self-instructional packages etc.  Developing Human resource ET covers the area of teacher education.  Developing Strategies Teaching strategies, approaches and methods are devised and developed catering to different types of students.
  11. 11. * Developing Multi-Sensory Aids Design, development of audio visual aids. * Feedback Mechanism and Modification ET develops tool of evaluation to provide feedback. * Develops Passive Instruction Services Educational radio, TV, computers are used for transmitting information. They are passive services since all decisions are in the hands of the providers, i.e., what to be presented, for how long, in what sequence and when.
  12. 12. * Develops Interactive Instruction Services ET tries to provide opportunities for the learner to control the pace, mode of presentation etc. eg. Computer Assisted Instruction (CAI), Teleconferencing via Internet etc. * Develops Learning Environments ET develops learning environment that are learner friendly. Eg. Simulation * Developing Information Resources ET bridging the gap between developments in Information Technology and Education. Information Resources : Eg. E-libraries, On - Line Encyclopedia, World Wide Web,
  13. 13.  Develops Communication Devices ET has developed communication devices for students who have mental capability to communicate, but are not able to speak.  To Reduce the Burden of Teachers ET supports the teacher in Teaching Learning Process.
  14. 14. Technology in Education @ The application of technology to any process of educational enterprises. @ Use of the technological advancement in terms of various equipments, materials, and machines for educational purposes. @ It involves the increasingly complex range of audiovisual equipment, sophisticated electronic devices like projectors, films, radio, TV, tape recorder, computers etc for individualized and group learning.
  15. 15. Technology of Education @ Technology of Education is the application of psychology of learning theories, principles of instruction, curriculum, and learning to the process of education. @ In this the educationalist are involved in designing and evaluation of system of learning. @ It enables a teacher to use a variety of media and modes to make his teaching effective.
  16. 16. Technology Usage in the Classroom
  17. 17. Technology can enhance teaching and learning by:  Providing multiple material types for all learning styles.  Enhancing communication between faculty/student and student/student.  Promoting constructivist and active learning.  Enhancing collaborative teaching and learning.  Providing asynchronous and synchronous communication.  Promoting higher expectations via peer review and feedback.  Providing prompt progress information.  Enabling stronger group collaboration.  Promoting and fostering life long learning.
  18. 18. BEST PRACTICES FOR USING TECHNOLOGY IN THE CLASSROOM When using technology for teaching, there are four basic principles to be kept in mind: •Alignment: Technology should be used for a purpose—not for the sake of being flashy and not as a distraction from other forms of pedagogy. •Accessibility: Be sure that the technology that you intend to use is accessible to your students.
  19. 19. •Assessment: As with lectures, discussions, and labs, provide your students with guidance when dealing with media technologies. •Reinforcement: Technology should be used as reinforcement of and supplement to your teaching

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