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CAN TECHNOLOGIES FOR ONLINE
LEARNING BE USED FOR DIFFERENTIATED
INSTRUCTION AND ASSESSMENT?

A compilation by J_K_Saini

M...
Education is one of the fastest-growing
economic
and social sectors in the world, and the
use of new technologies is an
in...
No two students attending a classroom
have identical abilities, experiences,
and needs. Learning style, language
proficien...
. With technology in schools today and the online
platform open for access and use by both teachers
and students, there ar...
Technology helps teachers deliver many
different types of instructions by enabling them
to present and review information ...
SOME OF THE ONLINE LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES
WHICH CAN BE USED FOR DIFFERENTIATED
INSTRUCTIONS ARE EXPLAINED BELOW:
•

streami...
VIDEOS

• Developing a video that showcases information gives students
the opportunity to express their creativity. Add mu...
POWERPOINT
• Choosing a PowerPoint presentation
lets the student lay out the information
slide by slide. Titles, bullet po...
WEB PAGES AND WEB QUESTS

• Designing a website or Web quest allows students to show off
their creativity and Internet sav...
GUIDED INTERNET TOURS

• The ability to explore the world from the classroom is
possible with access to software such as G...
BLOGGING

• Blogs allow students and teachers to post their
thoughts, ideas, and comments on a website.
Blogging allows st...
LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
• Learning management systems, for example, BlackBoard or
Moodle, are internet based applicati...
PODCASTING
• itself is described as the method of distributing multimedia files,
such as audio or videos files, over the i...
WIKI
• A wiki is a collection.

• Wikis are growing because, at their core, they are about as
simple as can be. That simpl...
SOCIAL NETWORKING SITES

Social networking sites like Facebook,
MySpace, and Bebo are not only keeping
the world connected...
EDUCATIONAL ANIMATION, SIMULATION, AND
GAMES
• Video games are highly engaging, and there is great
interest in how to harn...
HAND-HELD AND WIRELESS TECHNOLOGIES
• They are now used not only for voice communications, but also for listening
to music...
As affordable access to high
bandwidth increases, and
the cost of wireless devices
that can incorporate all the
features o...
PEER-TO-PEER FILE SHARING
• Peer-to-peer applications allow users, regardless of location or connection
speed, to share pr...
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  1. 1. CAN TECHNOLOGIES FOR ONLINE LEARNING BE USED FOR DIFFERENTIATED INSTRUCTION AND ASSESSMENT? A compilation by J_K_Saini M. Tech. ET-2013
  2. 2. Education is one of the fastest-growing economic and social sectors in the world, and the use of new technologies is an integral and driving component of that growth.
  3. 3. No two students attending a classroom have identical abilities, experiences, and needs. Learning style, language proficiency, background knowledge, readiness to learn, and other factors can vary widely within a single class group.
  4. 4. . With technology in schools today and the online platform open for access and use by both teachers and students, there are many options for how teachers can deliver their instructions as well as how students can present their knowledge. One way of differentiating instruction is through student presentations of knowledge learned. Permitting students to choose the type of technology they use to present the information enables them to work within their own interests to complete the projects.
  5. 5. Technology helps teachers deliver many different types of instructions by enabling them to present and review information in a variety of way
  6. 6. SOME OF THE ONLINE LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES WHICH CAN BE USED FOR DIFFERENTIATED INSTRUCTIONS ARE EXPLAINED BELOW: • streaming video • Power Point Presentation • Web pages and web quests • Blogging • Learning Management Systems • Wiki • Chats • Educational animation, simulation, and games • Podcasts • Collaborative software • Guided Internet Tours
  7. 7. VIDEOS • Developing a video that showcases information gives students the opportunity to express their creativity. Add music, transitions and even themselves on video. Allowing students to record themselves presenting the information can lower the stressors associated with speaking in front of a class. It also encourages students to work on detail and editing skills. Ideas for video presentations include news reports, music videos and commercials. Youtube.com, teachertube.com and many such sitea are offering a knowledge bank for sharing and learning.
  8. 8. POWERPOINT • Choosing a PowerPoint presentation lets the student lay out the information slide by slide. Titles, bullet points and pictures highlight the information so the student can easily share it with the class. Using PowerPoint with a SMART Board enables students to interact with their presentation by adding links and writing information as they go. This interactive approach is very useful for basic research.
  9. 9. WEB PAGES AND WEB QUESTS • Designing a website or Web quest allows students to show off their creativity and Internet savvy while providing valuable information. Students can create a website with several pages to show their information, including a home page, history page, information page and resource page. Ask students to link their Web resources to this page. Web quests are like scavenger hunts on the Web, where students create a list of questions and provide links to find the answers. Both of these projects encourage research and critical thinking skills. Upload these websites and Web quests to the school website to share with parents and the community.
  10. 10. GUIDED INTERNET TOURS • The ability to explore the world from the classroom is possible with access to software such as Google Earth. Prompt students to serve as tour guides and walk the class through historical locations. Have students explain what the location is and discuss its importance to the topic you are studying. This guided tour lets students explain their knowledge verbally while visually guiding students through the locations
  11. 11. BLOGGING • Blogs allow students and teachers to post their thoughts, ideas, and comments on a website. Blogging allows students and instructors to share their thoughts and comments on the thoughts of others which could create an interactive learning environment • Blogs can also be used by teachers for assigning coursework, and serve as a place for students to submit their work
  12. 12. LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS • Learning management systems, for example, BlackBoard or Moodle, are internet based applications that institutions used to reach their students. It allows educators to create and deliver course material using the internet. Educators can post announcements, grade assignments, check on course activity, and participate in class discussions. Students can submit their work, read and respond to discussion questions, and take quizzes
  13. 13. PODCASTING • itself is described as the method of distributing multimedia files, such as audio or videos files, over the internet for future playback on mobile devices or computers: • A particular advantage to podcasting is that the media is easily created by most recording equipment (an iPod with a mic, a computer, a DV camera) and is encoded into an industry standard (MP3) that is universally read by computers and portable media devices Audio chat using Skype has become common, and web conferencing isused for teaching and for creating podcasts
  14. 14. WIKI • A wiki is a collection. • Wikis are growing because, at their core, they are about as simple as can be. That simplicity means that people find them easy to use, just like e-mail and blogs. Like e-mail and blogs, wikis also perform a very useful service in a simple way. A wiki allows a group of people to enter and communally edit bits of text. These bits of text can be viewed and edited by anyone who visits the wiki. of articles that multiple users can add to and edit freely online
  15. 15. SOCIAL NETWORKING SITES Social networking sites like Facebook, MySpace, and Bebo are not only keeping the world connected but also offers tremendous scope of sharing information for collaborating learning.
  16. 16. EDUCATIONAL ANIMATION, SIMULATION, AND GAMES • Video games are highly engaging, and there is great interest in how to harness their power to support learning. Researchers have studied educational games and simulations to determine how they can effectively support learning.
  17. 17. HAND-HELD AND WIRELESS TECHNOLOGIES • They are now used not only for voice communications, but also for listening to music, downloadingemail, sending Short Message Service (SMS) messages, and surfing theWeb. Some are now using mobile devices to pay bills or pay for softdrinks at dispensing machines. Many people are choosing mobile devicesover desktop computers. These include ultra-notebook computers,e-books, web pads, and tablet computers These devices are disguised as telephones,tablets, e-books, and web pads, and now include a web browser,an instant messenger, and an email feature, along with other functions
  18. 18. As affordable access to high bandwidth increases, and the cost of wireless devices that can incorporate all the features of a PC decreases, the educational possibilities are unlimited. Learning becomes universally accessible.
  19. 19. PEER-TO-PEER FILE SHARING • Peer-to-peer applications allow users, regardless of location or connection speed, to share practically any kind of file with a limitless population of other Internet users. The peer-to-peer model allows members of its “community ”to transfer files directly between users, without having to access or be constrained by a centralized server. It is easy to make connections between learning objects, intelligent Educational systems, and the peer-to-peer model. Research and other materials can easily be offered online and “harvested” by a well-designed P2P program, offering students or teachers a wealth of knowledge that might not otherwise be available.

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