The NTeQ Model


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NTeQ vs "traditional" classroom

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The NTeQ Model

  1. 1. NTeQ Philosophy vs.The Traditional Classroom
  2. 2. In this age of the modern classroom, teachers are bombarded with technological advances that can compliment or inhibit instruction.In this presentation, we’ll take a look at the similarities and differences between the NTeQ Model and the traditional classroom.Introduction
  3. 3.  NTeQ Model  Traditional Classroom ◦ Technologically literate ◦ Uses technology for ◦ Uses technology as a drill and practice tool for teaching activities ◦ Creates a multi- ◦ Is the “giver” of dimensional learning information – may environment lecture frequently ◦ Serves as a facilitator ◦ Is reactive in to student learning managing technology ◦ Is proactive when ◦ Lacks technology skills managing technologyTeacher
  4. 4. NTeQ Traditional ◦ Actively engaged in Classroom learning process ◦ Waits to receive ◦ Serves as knowledge from “researcher” – teacher seeking knowledge ◦ Possesses few on his/her own technological skills ◦ Is technologically ◦ Is a passive competent participant to learningStudent
  5. 5. NTeQ Traditional ◦ Is used as a tool – Classroom does not stand alone ◦ Used primarily for ◦ Functions in tangent low-level with students’ applications abilities ◦ Seen as an “add-on” ◦ Provides for to the curriculum meaningful learning ◦ May sit idle in back of classroomComputer
  6. 6. NTeQ Traditional ◦ Lessons are Classroom designed to keep ◦ Lessons are students actively designed and involved implemented ◦ Students play a without large role in the modifications lesson ◦ Students are led ◦ Objectives are “through” a lesson – meaningful and may not be actively authentic engaged in their learningLesson
  7. 7. NTeQ Traditional ◦ Students and Classroom teachers work ◦ The teacher provides together to solve for the students’ complex problems needs – students are ◦ The computer is passive observers seen as a tool – but ◦ The computer is is not the focal point used as a “center” of the classroom or during free timeEnvironment
  8. 8. It is important to remember that the NTeQ Model is not designed to be used for every lesson.Like other lesson models, the teacher must weigh many factors into deciding how to prepare and present the information to the students.The NTeQ Model can be successful when implemented with integrity.Conclusion
  9. 9. Morrison, G. R., & Lowther, D. L. (2005). Integrating Computer Technology into the Classroom (3rd ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Education, Inc.References