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Two Page Paper Presentation

  1. 1. Using Technology to Facilitate K-12 Instruction<br />VideshaSethi<br />University of Houston at Clear Lake<br />
  2. 2. Table Of Contents<br />Scope of Two Page Paper<br />Three Steps for using technology to facilitate K-12 instruction<br />Goal  Student Learning<br />Step 1: Research, Selection, and Purchase of Technology<br />Step 2: Planning and Integration of Technology into Teacher Lesson Plan<br />Step 3: Assessment and Modification of Technology used in K-12 Instruction<br />
  3. 3. Scope<br />Limited to using the CUIL Search Engine<br />Limited to mentioning computer technologies only, rather than traditional educational machineries<br />The end goal  “Student Learning” is taken into consideration throughout the paper<br />
  4. 4. Key Steps For Using Technology to Facilitate K-12 Instruction<br />Step 1  Research, selection and purchase of technology<br />Step 2  Planning and integration of technology into teacher lesson plans<br />Step 3  Assessment and Modification of Technology use in K-12 Instruction<br />
  5. 5. PowerPoint has new layouts that give you more ways to present your words, images and media. <br />Student Learning<br />Each step considers Student Learning as the End Goal<br />
  6. 6. Step 1: Research, Selection, and Purchase of Technology<br />Student Profile Information and Demographics<br />Leveraging other school districts<br />Using outside Consultants<br />Student Learning<br />Some Blog points open for discussion:<br />Using distance learning or using more technology to replace outdated/unusable school Infrastructure.<br />Types of technology professionals and organizations that are being used in the decision-making process.<br />Future considerations: costs, changes in technology, educator training.<br />
  7. 7. Step 2: Planning and Integration of Technology into Teacher Lesson Plan<br />Alternative methods of learning are introduced<br />Highlighting important concept points<br />Retention of concepts<br />Student Learning<br />Some Blog points open for discussion:<br />Continued studies and assessments of technology integration impact on student learning.<br />Forecasting ratio of both educator and technology role in schools in the future.<br />Continued problems for the educator and students with regard to viruses, firewall breaches, cybercrimes, etc.<br />
  8. 8. Step 3: Assessment and Modification of Technology Use in K-12 Instruction<br />Building life-long technology skills<br />Field Trips and use of technology in the real world<br />Continued modification of technology use in classrooms<br />Student Learning<br />Some Blog points open for discussion:<br />The differences and similarities in student use of technology as the move up in grade levels.<br />Future inventions in the application of assisted technologies for special needs students.<br />Preparing for college and/or the job market with the technology training and experience received from K-12 instruction.<br />
  9. 9. Still there are considerations…<br />Weighing benefits verses risks in having to learn technology along side traditional education. <br />Having to learn by collaboration in comparison to individual learning<br />Basic traditional education’s strong link to our forefather’s (theorists) research versus progressive changes in curriculum requiring Technology standards to be met.<br />Forecasting future technology experience and training needs of Educators and Students<br />Border Patrolling student use of technology as there are trying to learn in this new paradigm.<br />
  10. 10. Summary<br />Large Investments have already been made and are planned for the future in research, selection, and purchase of technology in order to create an optimal student learning environment.<br />Educators have spent enormous time and resources in ensuring that technology is integrated into the classroom; and as a result have mimicked society’s use of technology in the real world.<br />Student build of K-12 technology skills coupled with teacher assessment and modification of use of technology in the classroom is better preparing them for its future application in college and/or job market<br />

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