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Topic 1 ed105 b introduction

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Topic 1 ed105 b introduction

  1. 1. EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY 2Selection, Production and Utilization of Appropriate TechnologyTools for Instruction
  2. 2. Four phases of application of ET 1 inteaching-and –learning 1. setting of learning objectives 2. designing specific learning experiences 3. evaluating the effectiveness of learning experiences. 4. revision as needed of the whole teaching- learning process.
  3. 3. Educational technology 1 served: To orient the learner to pervasiveness of educational technology in society. To lend familiarization on how educational technology can be utilized as media for the avenues teaching-learning process in the school. To uplift the learner to human learning through the use of learning technology To impart skills in planning, designing, using and evaluating the technology- enriched teaching-learning process To acquaint learners on basic aspects of community education, functions of the school media center, and finally To introduce the learner to what is recognized as the third revolution in education, the computer.
  4. 4. Objectives of Educational Technology 2 To provide education in the use of technology in instruction by providing knowledge and skills on technology integration-in-instruction to learners. To impart learning experiences in instructional technology-supported instructional planning. To acquaint students on Information Technology or IT-related learning theories with the computer as a tutor. To learn to use and evaluate computer-based educational resources. To engage learners on practical technology integration issues including managing IT classrooms, use of the Internet for the learning, cooperative learning through the use of information technology, etc.
  5. 5. Four phases of application of ET 2 inteaching-and –learning 1. setting of learning objectives 2. designing specific learning experiences 3. evaluating the effectiveness of learning experiences. 4. revision as needed of the whole teaching-learning process.
  6. 6. Four phases of application of ET 1 inteaching-and –learning While the course is primarily intended for the use of student- teachers, it can also be of great use to professional teachers, school administrators, teacher educators, and in fact anyone who is interested on how Information Technology can be used to improve not only instruction but the school management program and curriculum. It may be said, too that the study of this course on Integrating Information Technology in instruction should not be considered as a formidable task, but rather as a refreshing and exciting study given the idea that all learning should be fun.
  7. 7. EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY 2 In the Asia Pacific RegionAustralia Malaysia Singapore Hongkong Philippines
  8. 8. EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGYIn the Asia Pacific Region • Government with • On-line resource education and STRATEGY center with managed technology website for delivery sectors, community of multimedia • Improve learning resources to schools groups and industry outcomes for • Computer recycling envisions to support scheme student using ICT to the development of support the • Planning and the capability of the curriculum implementation schools to use ICT • ICT to improve guide for schools in teaching-learning efficiency and • ICT professional and in effectiveness of development administration educational schools/ cluster administration • Develop partnership with communities to GOAL enhance access INITIATIVES
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  10. 10. On-line resource center On-line resource center Computer recycling scheme Planning and implementation guide for schools Ict professional development schools/clusters/ electric room New Singapor Malaysia Hongkong PhilippinesZealand e
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  14. 14. MALAYSIA IT For EducationMASTERPL AN
  15. 15. Main Componentso according to the Smart School Conceptual Blueprint are as follows:1. Teaching-learning processes :“heart”2. Management and Administration: “brain”3. Human Resources, Skills and Responsibilities4. Processes = system5. Technology6. Policies : Implementation New Malaysi Singapor Hongkong PhilippinesZealand a e
  16. 16. 4. Teaching 3.1. Curriculum 2. Pedagogy and learning Assessment materials• to help • appropriate • Integration of • challenging students mix of technology and achieve learning • Facilitate motivating overall and strategies assessment • combining balanced • ensure – the best of development mastery of • Classroo • Network- basic m based, competencie assessme • Teacher- s nt based • promotion of • School- • Courseware holistic based materials development assessme nt • Centralize d assessme nt New Malaysi Singapor Hongkong Philippines Zealand a e
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  18. 18. LEARNING ISSUES WHAT ARE THE TYPES OF ICT APPLICATION USED IN THESMART SCHOOL ? New Malaysi Singapor Hongkong PhilippinesZealand a e
  19. 19. 1. Classrooms with : - multimedia courseware - presentation facilities - e-mail or groupware for collaborative work New Malaysi Singapor Hongkong PhilippinesZealand a e
  20. 20. OVERHEAD PROJECTOR  Advantages : - Better communication between teacher and student. - Saves time - Comfortable to use in teaching - The transparencies are easily restored to their original unused state New Malaysi Singapor Hongkong PhilippinesZealand a e
  21. 21. SMART BOARD An interactive whiteboard that uses touch detection A projector is used to display a computer’s video output - act as a large touch screen Comes with 4 digital pens -use digital ink and replace traditional whiteboard markers New Malaysi Singapor Hongkong PhilippinesZealand a e
  22. 22.  Classroom use : - Teachers can record each step of a lesson for students to review - The flexibility of use in the classroom * Teachers can display information in interactive text, images, sound and video files - Effective to use in class - Decreasing teacher stress New Malaysi Singapor Hongkong PhilippinesZealand a e
  23. 23. 2.Library Media Center - with a database centre for multimedia courseware - network resources like access to the internet New Malaysi Singapor Hongkong PhilippinesZealand a e
  24. 24. 3. Computer laboratory for teaching, readily accessible multimedia and audiovisual equipment. New Malaysi Singapor Hongkong PhilippinesZealand a e
  25. 25. 4. Multimedia Development Center with tools for creating multimedia materials.5. Administration Offices capable of managing databases of student and facilities,tracking student and teacher performance or resources, distributing notices and other information electronically. New Malaysi Singapor Hongkong PhilippinesZealand a e
  26. 26. 6. Studio/ theatrette with control room for centralized audiovisual equipment, teleconferencing studio, audio room, video and laser disc video room. New Malaysi Singapor Hongkong PhilippinesZealand a e
  27. 27. 7. Teachers’ Room - with on-line access to courseware catalogues and databases, informati on and resource management systems - professional networking New Malaysi Singapor tools, such as e-mail Hongkong PhilippinesZealand a e and groupware
  28. 28. 8. Server Room equipped to handle applications, management databases, and web servers New Malaysi Singapor Hongkong PhilippinesZealand a e
  29. 29. ICT LAB  Each lab has 30 computer workstations linked to the schools network - giving a 1:1 ratio student to computer.  Students are encourage to use the Internet and communication technology - to facilitate the learning process New Malaysi Singapor Hongkong PhilippinesZealand a e
  30. 30. WIFI In a Wi-Fi network, computers with wifi network cards connect wirelessly to a wireless route. The router is connected to the Internet by means of a modem, typically a cable or DSL modem. Wifi networks can either be "open", such that anyone can use them, or "closed", in which case a password is needed. An area blanketed in wireless access is often New Malaysi Singapor called a wireless hotspot.Zealand a e Hongkong Philippines
  31. 31. Curriculum and Assessment A balance Assessment to acquisition of Students in measure abilities factual more active and in applying knowledge and independent information, mastery of learning. thinking and concepts and communicating skills Singapor Australia Malaysia Hongkong Philippines e
  32. 32. Learning Resources Development of a Use of relevant Convenient and wide range of internet resources timely educational software for teaching-and- procurement of for instruction learning software materials Singapor Australia Malaysia Hongkong Philippines e
  33. 33. Teacher Development Equipping each Tie-ups within Training on trainee teacher institution of higher purposeful use of IT for teaching with core skills in learning and teaching with IT industry partners Singapor Australia Malaysia Hongkong Philippines e
  34. 34. Physical and Technological Infrastructure School-wide network, and school linkages through Wide Area Network Pupil computer (WAN), eventually connected Access to IT in all learning to Singapore ONE ( a ratio of 2:1 areas in the school broadband access service for high speedy delivery of multimedia services on island- wide basis Singapor Australia Malaysia Hongkong Philippines e
  35. 35. HONG KONG EDUCATION PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTSGovernment aims to raise the quality of education by promoting the use of IT in teaching and learning. The IT initiatives are: Australia Malaysia Singapore Hongkong Philippines
  36. 36. Free Computer Activities Provided byPublic Libraries Basic knowledge of using computer Chinese input method Techniques for various office applications such as word processing, spreadsheets and presentation software Managing multimedia information Application of Internet technology Australia Malaysia Singapore Hongkong Philippines
  37. 37. Facilities at Public LibrariesTo support the publics self- learning and information needs, the Hong Kong Public Libraries have You can also use the developed a Multimedia Internet Express Terminals Information System located at certain public(MMIS) to provide one-stop libraries to surf the interactive multimedia Internet and check or send information service that emails for up to 15 minutesallows the public to search, without the need for pre-browse, view or listen to all booking. kinds of multimedia materials through workstations inside the Internet Expresslibrary or through Internet. Terminal Australia Malaysia Singapore Hongkong Philippines
  38. 38. Use commonly used software Apply application softwaretheComputer and Access to the Library Catalogue, e-books andInformation online databasesCentres or Areas in Browse the Internetselectedpublic libraries Proceed secured electronic transactions with e-offer Cert embedded in smart ID card (available at selected workstations only)services thatallow you to: Scan document (except Stanley Public Library) Burn CD (available in the Hong Kong Central Library only) Australia Malaysia Singapore Hongkong Philippines
  39. 39. Public IT Facilities & Resources Provides free computers Offers ongoing education with Internet connection campaigns and training for public use at courses to help the public convenient locations, improve their IT such as public libraries, skills, including spam Community Cyber Points containment and website and District Cyber design. Centres; andAustralia Malaysia Singapore Hongkong Philippines
  40. 40. Christian Action Community Cyber by the  The Community Cyber Centre is co-organised Centre Christian Action and Home Affairs Department with its services launched in July 2007. highlights of the types of software available in the centre: • Word processing software and tools • Website development and publishing software • DVD recording software • Video, sound and animation editing software • Graphics design and images editing software • Desktop publishing softwareAustralia Malaysia Singapore Hongkong Philippines
  41. 41. An IT coordinator for each of 250 schools which should have sound IT plans Computer rooms for use by students after normal school hours An IT Pilot scheme to provide schools with additional resources Review of school curriculum to incorporate IT elements Development of appropriate software in collaboration with government, the private sectors, the tertiary institutions and schools Exploring the feasibility of setting up education-specific intranetAustralia Malaysia Singapore Hongkong Philippines
  42. 42. Philippines IT Masterplan
  43. 43. 1.Commitment to a people-centered, inclusive and 5. An education modernizationdevelopment-centered programme will equip schools information society with facilities, equipment, materials and skills and introduce new learning and 2. Technology must be delivery systems necessary. studied first as a separate subject, thenapplied in other learning areas 4. Creating a safe, The application of trustworthy online computer skills to the environment for all Filipinos.other learning areas is a curriculum policy Australia Malaysia Singapore Hongkong Philippines
  44. 44. The bulk To provide To develop To ensure To Toofinvestment Financial Resources the physical infrastruct teacher competen ce in the access to the latest developme undertake a curriculum promote the use of appropriatrequireme ure and use of ICT nts in ICT improvem e andnts for necessary and in the and to ent that innovativeimplement technical design, pr support would technologiing ICT in support oduction research integrate es ineducation and use of and technolog educationcomes ICT-based developme y with the andfrom instruction nt different training.governme al learningnt funding. materials areas Australia Malaysia Singapore Hongkong Philippines
  45. 45. The Workforce Establishment All public 75% of public RestructuringMobilizationProgramme withthe Commissionof Higher Financial Resources of Community e-Centres & Creating a secondary schools shall be provided secondary schools shall have a the curriculum to integrate theEducation government with an computer application of(CHED) and the appropriate laboratory ICT toTechnical communicatiEducation and on network educational room teaching andSkills technology equipped with learningDevelopment package basicAuthority multimedia(TESDA) toimprove English equipmentcompetence,industrycertifications andcareer advocacyprogrammesOperational targets by the year 2009 Australia Malaysia Singapore Hongkong Philippines
  46. 46. The said Plan focuses on the following thrusts: Improving the Generating funds Retooling human delivery support through non- resources at system of basic traditional different levels education so that financing involving sub- it includes the schemes systems (Central use of ICT as a office, field component of offices, and multi-channel schools) and learning focusing on the different components of basic educationAustralia Malaysia Singapore Hongkong Philippines
  47. 47. Professional Development Of TeachersSince year 2000, it has been the policy ofthe DepEd to give preference to the hiringof teachers who are computer literate public schools send a few teachers to computer literacy training Private schools usually hire ICT service providersAustralia Malaysia Singapore Hongkong Philippines
  48. 48. Key problem areas for implementing ICT in education School principals’ closed mindset to Constraints of the Teachers’ fear of and non- annual Education the technology; appreciation of ICT Budget; in education; Limited Maintenance of availability of Sustainability; ICT resources education and and lack of software and technical staff; courseware.Australia Malaysia Singapore Hongkong Philippines
  49. 49. • How do Philippines schools compare with schools in progressive countries in the Asia Pacific region? • The plan of the Department of Education is to supply computers to public elementary and high schools at a ratio of 1 school-1 computer. How adequate or inadequate do you find this plan considering that the public school system in the Philippines has average of 1,000 students in each school?Australia Malaysia Singapore Hongkong Philippines
  50. 50. • What can be proposed so that the Philippines can cope up with its neighbors on IT education?• Filipinos, including students are hooked up on cellphone texting. Is this enough for information skills literacy for our citizens and youth? Mention the benefits and disadvantages of our texting culture.Australia Malaysia Singapore Hongkong Philippines

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