Benefits of Using Technology in the ClassroomO Active student participationO Increase motivationO Improve student performanceO Accomplish more complex tasksO Collaboration with peers
Possible Problems withTechnology in the ClassroomO Lack on funding for technologyO Technology misuse with studentsO Problems due to spam and viruses
TIP ModelO Technology Integration Planning for teachersO How to integrate technology into the classroom
Phase 1 – Analysis of Learning and Teaching Needs O Step 1 – Determine the Relative Advantage – Will a technology-based method help students learn the content? O Step 2- Assess Tech-PACK – What content needs to be taught? What is my knowledge on the content to be taught? What is my knowledge on technology?
Phase 2 – Planning for IntegrationO Step 3 – Decide on objectives and assessmentsO Step 4 – Design Integration Strategies - What is the best type of grouping to use for the lesson? Whole group, individual, pairs, small groupO Step 5 – Prepare the Instructional Environment – computers, hand-outs, software
Phase 3 – Post-Instruction Analysis and RevisionsO Step 6 - Analyze Results – How to improve the lesson O Achievement data – Did the students master the objective? O Attitude data – Did the students’ attitude change? Did the become motivated? O Students’ comments – What did the students like or dislike about the lesson?O Step 7 – Make revisions – What can be changed for next time?
Possible software to use in the classroomO Microsoft WordO Microsoft ExcelO Microsoft PowerPoint
Web-based Activities for the classroomO Storyline Online www.storylineonline.comO Brain Pop Junior www.brainpopjr.comO Brain Pop www.brainpop.comO Draggable Math http://mrnussbaum.com/draggablemain/index 3/O Encyclopedia Britannic for Elementary Students www.britannica.com/ These are only a few of the many sites to use with elementary students.
ReferencesO United states department of education. (2008, Sept 08). Retrieved from http://www2.ed.gov/pubs/EdReformStudies/E dTech/effectsstudents.htmlO Robley, M. D., & Doering, A. H. (2012). Integrating educational technology into teaching. (6 ed.). Pearson.