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EducTech2 Rachelle T. Masalunga

  1. 1. LESSON 9: COMPUTERS AS INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY
  2. 2. In the Educational Technology course 1 the role of the computer in education was well discussed. It was pointed out that the advent of the computer is recognized as the third revolution in education.
  3. 3. The first, was the invention of the printing press The second, the introduction of libraries The third, the invention of computer, especially so with the advent of the microcomputer in 1975. Thus emerged computer technology in education
  4. 4. Through computer technology, educators saw the amplification of learning along computer literacy.
  5. 5. Much like reading, the modern student can now interact with computer messages, even respond to questions or to computer commands. Again like writing, the learner can form messages using computer language program.
  6. 6. Soon computer assisted instruction (CAI) was introduced using the principle of individualized learning through a positive climate that includes realism and appeal with drill exercises that uses color, music and animation.
  7. 7. The novelty of CAI has not waned to this day especially in the basic education level as this is offered by computer equipped private schools. But the evolving pace of innovation in today’s Information Age is so dynamic that within the first decade of the 21st century, computer technology in education has matured to transform into an educative information and communication technology (ICT) in education.
  8. 8. Communication media (Internet) E-mail (text and video) Chat rooms Blog sites New services (print video clip) Music/movie/television room The PC Audiovisual media (Multimedia) Text, sound, graphics, Chart, photos PowerPoint presentation CD, VCD, DVD player CDVCD, DVD player. Educational software (Internet) Educational websites Software's, courseware's School registration/records accounting FIGURE 6 – USES OF THE COMPUTER AS ICT IN EDUCATION
  9. 9. Until the nineties, it was still possible to distinguish between instructional media and the educational communication media.
  10. 10. Instructional media consist of audiovisual aids that served to enhance and enriched the teaching-learning process. Example are the blackboard, photo, film and video.
  11. 11. Educational communication media comprise the media of communication to audiences including learners using the print, film, radio, television or satellite means of communication. For example, distance learning were implemented using correspondence, radio, television or the computer satellite system.
  12. 12. Personal computer user at home, office and school has before him a tool for both audiovisual creations and media communication.
  13. 13. For preparing lecture presentation
  14. 14. Microsoft Excel For spreadsheets and similar graphic sheets
  15. 15. Internet Explorer Access to the Internet
  16. 16. Websites; e-mail, chat rooms, Blogsites, new service educational softwares etc.
  17. 17. Graphs/photo composition and editing
  18. 18. MSN Mail/chat messaging
  19. 19. WINDOWS MEDIA PLAYER CD, VCD player
  20. 20. Cyberlink Power DVD Player
  21. 21. Windows media player Editing film/video
  22. 22. Video games
  23. 23. DISCUSS THE CAPABILITIES OF THE PC OUTSIDE OF EDUCATION GROUP 1 – ELECTRONIC OR E-COMMERCE GROUP 2 – E-FINANCE GROUP 3 – ENTERTAINMENT GROUP 4 – ADVERTISING GROUP 5 – PROPAGANDA OR DEVELOPMENT COMMUNICATION
  24. 24. THANK YOU FOR LISTENING PREPARED BY: RACHELLE T. MASALUNGA @ KAREN PEREZ

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