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  1. 1. "What Is Quality of Education Through Educational Technology?"
  2. 2. Technology Education – is the study of technology, which provides an opportunity for students to learn about the processes and knowledge related to technology. As study, it cover the human ability to shape and change the physical world to meet needs, by manipulating materials and tools with techniques. As education, the goal to teach the knowledge and techniques to develop technological literary which is accomplished by bringing laboratory activities to student. Technacy education is an innovative approach to technology education in Australia, which differs in that is accomplished by situation student in the context of the need. The term “technology education” is frequently shortened to “tech ed”.
  3. 3. History of Technology Education In many countries, in the last century, technology education has evolved though craft, or technical skills, education – from Industrial Art and Manual Training. Industrial Arts programs were also known as “shop classes”, a derivation of “workshop”. Today, technology education students generally work areas used in technology education as “shop”, however , many teachers have encouraged student to use the term “lab”. That follows the hierarchy of science (knowing about the world) > technology (applying the knowledge to solve problems, i.e. to improve the world) > engineering (applying that knowledge on a large scale to develop systems and structures).
  4. 4. Britain was perhaps the first country to include the field of technology in national curriculum for schools, from 1989 – compulsory for most learners form Year 1 (Grade 1, age 5) to Year 11). (At the same time, information technology was made compulsory for all from Year 1 to (more recently) Year 13). Skinner’s Contributions B.F. Skinner wrote extensively on improvements of teaching base on his functional analysis of Verbal Behavior , and wrote “ The Technology of Teaching ”. An attempt to dispel the myths underlying contemporary education, as well as promote his system he called programmed instructions . Odgen Lindsley also developed the Celebration learning system similarly based on behavior analysis but quiet different form Keller’s and Skinner’s models.
  5. 5. Teach With Technology Teachers. Org works to help you integrate technology in your classrooms by offering online tools and resources. This site helps teachers locate and create ready-to-use Web lessons, quizzes, rubrics, and classroom calendars. There are also tools for student use. Discover valuable professional development resources addressing issues as equity, technology, planning and at risk or special-needs students.
  6. 6. Technology in Education Many people warn of the possible harmful effects of using technology in the classroom. Will children lose their ability to relate to other human being? Will they become dependent on technology to learn? Will they find inappropriate materials? The same was probably said with the invention of the printing press, radio, and television. All of these can be used inappropriately, but all them have given humanity unbounded access to information which can be turned into knowledge. Appropriately used – interactively and guidance – they have become tools for the development of higher order thinking skills.
  7. 7. Inappropriately use in the classroom, technology can be used to perpetuate old models of teaching and learning. Students can “plugged into computers” to drill and practice that is not so different from workbooks. Teachers can used multimedia technology to give more colorful, stimulating lectures. Both of these have their place but such used does not begin to tap the power of these new tools. In this area, you find descriptions of how computer can be used to stimulate and develop wr9iting skill, collaborate with peers in foreign countries, do authentic kinds of research that is valuable to the adult world, and do complex kind of problem solving that would otherwise be impossible.
  8. 8. Critical Questions <ul><li>How can technology help you personalize learning? </li></ul><ul><li>How can technology engage multiple intelligences? </li></ul><ul><li>How can technology assist the unique learner? </li></ul><ul><li>How can technology be used to simultaneously deepen student understanding and accelerate student achievements standards? </li></ul>
  9. 9. Traditional Education - is a long established and generally accepted custom that is found in school that society deems appropriate. Advocates of education reforms want to promote the adoption of progressive education practices. In the eyes of reformers, traditional methods must be transformed to high-performance system. However, many parent and conservative citizens prefer retaining time-tested methodology. In order to define reformed methods, it is necessary to define what is traditional.
  10. 10. Here is a list of some of the areas of traditional education, and how the compare with some popular reform movements.
  11. 18. Objectives of Technology Education Technology Education allows learners to explore a variety of activities related to many areas of human endeavor. Learners can develop problem solving strategies and work habits that will be useful in almost any career and or occupation. Learners should develop a greater appreciation for the work of craft workers and skill required of work.
  12. 19. tHaNk yOu!