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Portfolio in Educational Technology

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Portfolio in Educational Technology, a partial requirement in the course EDTC22- Educational Technology 2

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Portfolio in Educational Technology

  1. 1. Hi there! I am Mark Leendee C. Cadavedo a 3rd year student of Cavite State University-Main Campus taking up Bachelor of Elementary Education with specialization in Special Education.
  2. 2. This portfolio includes: Educational Technology in a Nutshell - Summary of all the topics. Learning Through Edtech 1 and Edtech 2 - Significant Learnings in edtech 1 and 2. The Student after Edtech - Concluding statements.
  3. 3. in a Nutshell Educational Technology is subject course taken by pre-service teachers to become aware and have adequate information about the use and importance of the integration of the technology in education.
  4. 4. Educational Technology in Asia Pacific Region To provide confidence to educators that they are taking the right steps in adopting technology in education, it is good to know that during the last few years, progressive countries in the Asia Pacific region have formulated state policies and strategies to infuse technology in schools. The reason for this move is not difficult to understand since there is now a pervasive awareness that a nation’s socio- economic success in the 21st century
  5. 5. Educational Technology in Asia Pacific Region And since it is understood that state policies will continue to change, it is helpful to examine prevailing ICT policies and strategies of five progressive states/city, namely New Zealand, Australia, Malaysia, Singapore and Hong Kong.
  6. 6. BASIC CONCEPTS ON INTEGRATING TECHNOLOGY IN INSTRUCTION There is a lingering issue on how educational technology is integrated in the teaching learning process. This is due to the fact that the mere use of the computer does not mean technology has already been in integrated in instruction. For example, computer games may not relate at all to education, much less to classroom instruction.
  7. 7. BASIC CONCEPTS ON INTEGRATING TECHNOLOGY IN INSTRUCTION Integrating technology with teaching means the use of learning technologies to introduce, reinforce, supplement and extend skills…. The difference between the classroom of exemplary users of technology and technology uses is the way their classes are conducted. In the exemplary classrooms, student use of computers is woven integrally into the patterns of teaching; software is a natural extension of student tools.
  8. 8. IT Enters A New Learning Environment It is most helpful to see useful models of school learning that is ideal to achieving instructional goals through preferred application of educational technology. These are the models of Meaningful Learning, Discovery learning, Generative Learning and Constructivism.
  9. 9. Meaningful Learning Meaningful learning gives focus to new experience departs from that is related to what the learners already knows. New experience departs from the learning of a sequence of words but attention to meaning. It assumes that: ● Students already have some knowledge that is relevant to new learning. ● Students are wiling to perform class work to find connections between what they already know and what they can learn.
  10. 10. Discovery Learning Discovery learning is differentiated from reception learning in which ideas are presented directly to student in a well-organized way, such as through a detailed set of instructions to complete an experiment task. To make a contrast, in discovery learning student from tasks to uncover what is to be learned.
  11. 11. Generative Learning In generative learning, we have active learners who attend to learning events and generate meaning from this experience and draw inferences thereby creating a personal model or explanation to the new experience in the context of existing knowledge.
  12. 12. Constructivism In constructivism, the learner builds a personal understanding through appropriate learning activities and a good learning environment. The most accepted principles constructivism are: ● Learning consists in what a person can actively assemble for himself and not what he can receive passively. ● The role of learning is to help the individual live/adapt to his personal world.
  13. 13. Higher Level Learning Outcomes
  14. 14. IT Based Projects I. Resources-based Projects In these projects, the teacher steps out of the traditional role of being an content expert and information provider, and instead lets the students find their own facts and information.
  15. 15. IT Based Projects Traditional Resource-based learning model Teacher is expert and information provider Teacher is a guide and facilitator Textbook is key source of information Sources are varied (print, video, internet, etc.) Food on facts information is packaged, in neat parcels Focus on learning inquiry/ quest/discovery The product is the be-all and end-all of learning Emphasis on process Assessment is quantitative Assessment is quantitative and qualitative TRADITIONAL & RESOURCE-BASED LEARNING MODELS
  16. 16. IT Based Projects II. SIMPLE CREATIONS Students can also be assigned to create their software materials to supplement the need for relevant and effective materials. Of course, there are available software materials such Creative Writer (by Microsoft) on writing, KidWork Deluxe (by Davidson) on drawing and painting, and MediaWeave (by Humanities software) on multimedia.
  17. 17. IT Based Projects III. GUIDED HYPERMEDIA PROJECTS The production of self-made multimedia projects can be approached in two different ways: 1. As an instructive tool, such as in the production by students of a power-point presentation of a selected topic. 2. As a constructivist tool, such as when students do a multimedia presentation (with text, graphs, photos, audio narration, interviews, video clips, etc., to simulate a television news show.
  18. 18. IT Based Projects IV. WEB-BASED PROJECTS Students can be made to create and post webpages on a given topic. But creating webpages, even single page webpages, may be too sophisticated and time consuming for the average student.
  19. 19. Learning Through Edtech 1 and 2
  20. 20. EDTECH 1 What I’ve learned in Edtech 1? Unfortunately I learned nothing. Unluckily our teacher does not attend to our class I don’t know what’s the reason but I don’t blame anyone for that . Maybe there’s an acceptable reason why it happened. I am not saying this because I want to blame anyone, since this is a reflection I just wanted to tell the truth, because I don’t want to tell a lie that we learned even we did not. Though that tragic scenario happened, me and my classmates exert our full effort to learn and gather all the knowledge that we need to learn in that subject, but still we find it hard to ponder all the information we had, of course we don’t have proper guidance that should come from our professor, because as a student and a learner, we know the learning we think we deserved.
  21. 21. EDTECH 1 Aside from the drama, I still somehow learned something to what our effort had reached. What I’ve learned is that edtech 1 introduce the history of educational technology, how it started and how it evolved. We also learned the traditional technologies used in education, how it became useful and how it helped the teachers to lighten up their work.
  22. 22. EDTECH 2 After what we’ve experienced on our past subject I tried to lessen my expectation to the subject as well as to the teacher because what I’ve learned is that the more we expect, the more frustrations we will got. But hooray! Great things happened to those who wait! We finally had a someone who we teach us the learning we deserve, but still there are some circumstances that occur but it is much lighter compared to our past experience.
  23. 23. EDTECH 2 What I’ve learned in edtech 2 is that it tried to compare the traditional and modern technologies in education. Also it introduce the modern technologies in education and how it helped every teacher and student. Also I’ve learned that technology is just an aid to instruction and technology should not replace teachers because that is should be. And there are many other reliable information that I’ve learned that I can use once I am in the field of work.
  24. 24. The Student after EDTECH
  25. 25. After the two course subject of educational technology, there’s too many information and knowledge that I need to ponder and instil to my mind. Also it taught me and gave me experiences where I learned and realized things. Technology in the pedagogical practice will never stop on evolving and as future educator we should keep on updating ourselves to the changing world. There are many tools that we use in our teaching but we should remember that there’s no technology that can replace teachers. Since this is our chosen profession, we are also the one who should protect it.

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