Technology & TeachingIs investing in technology having an impact on the education of our students?     Why plan for profes...
IntroductionPreparing Students for   Effective Classroom     the Future            Implementation                 TECHNOLO...
Preparing Students for the Future        Using TechnologyChildren are fascinated by  technology at a young age.Much of the...
Technology is constantly changing                               Menu
How to Effectively Implement Technology in the Classroom  The Vision   How do we get there?
Contrasting Views of Instruction          and Construction                                   Instruction               Con...
How is Technology Impacting     Student Learning?               Learning “from” Computers                 The Computer d...
Student Learning & Computers     Learning “from”                              Learning “with”       Computers             ...
Educating Educators-Planning for   Professional Development                               Menu
Conclusion“We must be the change we wish to see in the world.” ~Ghandi   Menu
Works Cited   Ringstaff, Cathy, and Loretta Kelley. "The Learning Return On Our Educational    Technology Investment: A R...
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  1. 1. Technology & TeachingIs investing in technology having an impact on the education of our students? Why plan for professional development involving the use of technology? Presented by: Nichol L. Anderson
  2. 2. IntroductionPreparing Students for Effective Classroom the Future Implementation TECHNOLOGY Student Learning Professional Impact Development
  3. 3. Preparing Students for the Future Using TechnologyChildren are fascinated by technology at a young age.Much of the work we do as adults requires appropriate knowledge of technology use.
  4. 4. Technology is constantly changing Menu
  5. 5. How to Effectively Implement Technology in the Classroom The Vision How do we get there?
  6. 6. Contrasting Views of Instruction and Construction Instruction ConstructionClassroom activity Teacher-centered didactic Learner-centered interactiveTeacher role Fact teller always expert Collaborative sometimes expertStudent role Listener always learner Collaborator sometimes expertInstructional emphasis Facts memorization Relationships inquiry and investigationConcept of knowledge Accumulation of facts Transformation of factsDemonstration of success Quantity Quality of understandingAssessment Norm-referenced Criterion-referenced portfolios and performancesTechnology use Drill and practice Communication, collaboration, information access, expression Menu
  7. 7. How is Technology Impacting Student Learning?  Learning “from” Computers  The Computer does the teaching and acts as a „tutor.‟  Learning “with” Computers  Technology is used as a tool.
  8. 8. Student Learning & Computers Learning “from” Learning “with” Computers Computers Achievement gains were documented Teachers and students control the up to 25% in skill and up to 1005 in curriculum problem solving.  For collecting information – inquiry and Retention in mathematics classes and collaboration - Online libraries and up attendance also improved. to date information Percentile gains on achievement tests  To differentiate instruction to students‟ 9-22% over control groups individual learning needs - Students with disabilities and gifted students can Reduction in the amount of time benefit required for students to learn basic skills.  To give visual representation to higher- order concepts – Simulations and real Improvements in motivation (Smith). world applications. Menu
  9. 9. Educating Educators-Planning for Professional Development Menu
  10. 10. Conclusion“We must be the change we wish to see in the world.” ~Ghandi Menu
  11. 11. Works Cited Ringstaff, Cathy, and Loretta Kelley. "The Learning Return On Our Educational Technology Investment: A Review of Findings from Research." WestEd RTEC (2002): 1-30. Web. 1 Jun 2011. Keengwe, Jared, Grace Onchwari, and Patrick Wachira. "The Use of Computer Tools to Support Meaningful Learning." AACE Journal 16.1 (2008): 77-92. Web. 1 Jun 2011. Williams, Diana, Randall Boone, and Kingsley Karla. "Teacher Beliefs About Educational Software: A Delphi Study." Journal of Research on Technology in Education 36.3 (2004): 213-229. Web. 1 Jun 2011. Harris, Judith, Punya Mishra, and Matthew Koehler. "Teachers Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge and Learning Activity Types: Curriculum-based Technology Integration Reframed." Journal of Research on Technology in Education 41.4 (2009): 393-416. Web. 1 Jun 2011. Smith, Anna. "Interactive Whiteboard Evaluation." MirandaNet . MirandaNet Publications, 2000. Web. 1 Jun 2011. http://www.mirandanet.ac.uk/home.php. Menu

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