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Mga Kaalaman at Repleksyon sa EdTech101


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Mga Kaalaman at Repleksyon sa EdTech101

  2. 2. What is Educational Technology?
  3. 3. According to AECT’s 1994 Definition, Educational Technology is the theory and practice of design, development, utilization, management and evaluation of processes and resources for Learning
  4. 4. Oh. Then why did you take EdTech?
  5. 5. EdTech101 is a course that focuses on the teaching of Instructional Media Resources.
  6. 6. Instructional Media Resources?
  7. 7. Media Resources are designed to help teachers get their message across to students. There are six types of media: Text, Audio, Visual, Motion, Manipulatives and People
  8. 8. TEXT MEDIA • Use of alphanumeric characters • Chalkboard/multipurpose board, visual aids, overhead transparencies, computer displays and printed materials *Taken from Text Group’s handout
  9. 9. AUDIO MEDIA •Any material that appeals to the sense of hearing •Audio tapes, MP3 files, WAV files *Input from Audio Group
  10. 10. VISUAL MEDIA • Any materials that have an effect on the sense of sight • Two types: – Projected Visual Aids: OHP, LCD Projector Microfilm Reader – Non- Projected Visual Aids: drawings, cartoons, comics, illustrations, still pictures, posters, digital images, charts, diagrams, graphs, maps and globes *Taken from the Visual Group’s handouts
  11. 11. MOTION MEDIA • Combination of motion, color, and sound that dramatizes ideas better than any medium • Video (Videotape, Videodisc, High- Definition Television, Digital Video), Compact Disc Interactive, Digital Video Interactive) *Taken from the Motion Group’s handout
  12. 12. PEOPLE MEDIA • TV People • Radio People • Teachers • Student • Techies
  13. 13. MANIPULATIVES •Items that students use to support hands- on learning. •Provide visible models that help students solve problems and develop concepts •Can be used to introduce, practice, or remediate a concept
  14. 14. REMEMBER!  No media is better than the other. Each media has its pros and cons.  Consider your audience (in terms of age, learning style) before choosing what media you will use.
  15. 15. REMEMBER!  Children can possibly learn better with multimedia. Use of such is highly recommended.  Making use of media is not equal to spending a lot. There are media formats or types which costs zero or just a little.
  16. 16. REMEMBER!  While a lot of resources are accessible, be vigilant enough about copyright infringement and plagiarism.  Start teaching bits and pieces of copyright and plagiarism to avoid such issues in the future.
  17. 17. What does the picture say about technology and teaching? Are you for it?
  18. 18. If technology is designed to make the lives of people easier, Then let’s use it to our advantage. Integrate technology and education.
  19. 19. Think about these!
  20. 20. 1. Teachers must be able to welcome change. If we ourselves will resist it, how will we expect our students to welcome it?
  21. 21. 2. “Technology should never become the masterpiece of teaching”. It’s still the content that matters
  22. 22. 3. Keep in mind that there can be technical difficulties. There’s nothing wrong with having back-ups.
  23. 23. 4. Computers are great communication tools. But let’s watch for potential “computer addict” students.