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LESSON
9
COMPUTERS as
Information and
Communication
Technology
Objectives
To identify the role of
computers in
education
Objective1:
To determine how
computer technology
transform into an
educative information
and communication
technology(ICT) in
Objectiv...
To know the different
programs installed in
modern PC.
Objective3:
Logo
Quiz
Let’s examine the
programs normally
installed in an
ordinary modern
PC.
MS Word
Word
~program for
comparing
text, graphics,
photos into
letters, articles,
reports, etc.
PowerPoint
~for
preparing
lecture
presentations
.
Excel
Excel
~For spread-
sheets and
similar
graphic
sheets.
Internet Explorer
Internet
Explorer
~Access to the
internet.
Google Chrome
Google
Chrome
~Access to the
internet.
Adobe
Reader
~Graph/phot
o
composition
and editing.
Yahoo
Yahoo or Google
~Websites; e-mail, Blog
sites new
service, educational
software, etc.
Windows Movie
Maker
Movie
Maker
~a freewar
e video
editing
software
Windows Media
Windows
Media
Player
~CD, VCD,
DVD player.
Educational
Technology 1
Printin
g Press
Librar
y Comput
er
The Rise of
Computer
Through computer
technology, educator
s Saw the
amplification of
learning along
computer literacy.
Like reading, they
can now interact with
computer messages.
Like writing, they
can form messages
using computer
language.
Computer-
Assisted
Instruction (CAI)
&
Information and
Communication
Technology (ICT)
♥ introduced using the
principle of
individualized learning
through a positive
climate
♥ includes realism and
appeal
♥ inc...
The evolving pace of
innovation in today’s
Information Age is so
dynamic because
computer technology in
education has matu...
Information &
Communication
Technology
♥ Let’s focus on the
three words behind ICT:
-INFORMATION
-COMMUNICATION
Information – The
reception of knowledge
or intelligence
Communication – Act of
transmitting or
spreading something
between individuals.
Technology – A
manner of
accomplishing task
using technical or
digital process.
that:
store, retrieve, manipul
ate, transmit or receive
INFORMATION
electronically in a digital
form.
workplace
Technological literacy, or
the ability to use ICTs
effectively and
efficiently, is seen as
representing a
compet...
EDUCATION
1. ICTs make
possible asynchronous
learning
2.Teachers and
learners no longer have
to rely on printed books
ICT & A Quality
EDUCATION
1. Motivating to learn -
ICTs such as
videos, television
and multimedia
computer software
EDUCATION
2. Facilitating the
acquisition of basic
skills - Educational TV
programs use
repetition and
support to teach the
ICT & A Quality
EDUCATION
3. Enhancing teacher
training - ICTs have
also been used to
improve access to
and the quality of
How computers and
the Internet been used
for teaching and
learning?
(3 General Approaches to
the instructional use of
comp...
ABOU
T…
WIT
H…
THROU
GH…
LEARNING
Computers and
Internet
1)Learning ABOUT
computers and the
Internet, in which
technological literacy
is the end goal
2) Learning WITH
computers and the
Internet, in which the
technology facilitates
learning across the
curriculum;
3) Learning
THROUGH computers
and the
Internet, integrating
technological skills
development with
curriculum
vs.
Instructional
Media
Educational
Communicatio
n Media
Consists of
audio visual
aids.
Comprise the
media of
communication
Ex...
Communication
Media
Audio-visual
Media
(Internet)
E-mail
Chat rooms
Blog sites
News service
Music/movie
room
(Multimedia)
...
How can ICTs
help transform
the learning
environment into
one that is
learner-
centered?
Activities
prescribed by
the teachers
Whole class
instruction
Activities
determined by
learners
Small groups
Tradition...
Individual
Everyone for
himself / herself
Working in
teams
Supporting
each other
Traditional
Learner-
Centered
Collabo...
Reproductive
Learning
Apply known
solutions to
problem
Productive
Learning
Find new
solutions to
problems
Traditional
...
No link
between
theories and
practice.
Discipline-
based
Integrating
theories and
practice.
Thematic
Traditional
Learn...
Teacher-
directed
Summative
Student-
directed
Diagnostic
Traditional
Learner-
Centered
Evaluative Learning
PRESENTED BY:
Niel Richard
C. Lopez
BSED-II
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  1. 1. LESSON 9 COMPUTERS as Information and Communication Technology
  2. 2. Objectives
  3. 3. To identify the role of computers in education Objective1:
  4. 4. To determine how computer technology transform into an educative information and communication technology(ICT) in Objective2:
  5. 5. To know the different programs installed in modern PC. Objective3:
  6. 6. Logo Quiz
  7. 7. Let’s examine the programs normally installed in an ordinary modern PC.
  8. 8. MS Word
  9. 9. Word ~program for comparing text, graphics, photos into letters, articles, reports, etc.
  10. 10. PowerPoint
  11. 11. ~for preparing lecture presentations .
  12. 12. Excel
  13. 13. Excel ~For spread- sheets and similar graphic sheets.
  14. 14. Internet Explorer
  15. 15. Internet Explorer ~Access to the internet.
  16. 16. Google Chrome
  17. 17. Google Chrome ~Access to the internet.
  18. 18. Adobe
  19. 19. Reader ~Graph/phot o composition and editing.
  20. 20. Yahoo
  21. 21. Yahoo or Google ~Websites; e-mail, Blog sites new service, educational software, etc.
  22. 22. Windows Movie Maker
  23. 23. Movie Maker ~a freewar e video editing software
  24. 24. Windows Media
  25. 25. Windows Media Player ~CD, VCD, DVD player.
  26. 26. Educational Technology 1 Printin g Press Librar y Comput er
  27. 27. The Rise of Computer
  28. 28. Through computer technology, educator s Saw the amplification of learning along computer literacy.
  29. 29. Like reading, they can now interact with computer messages.
  30. 30. Like writing, they can form messages using computer language.
  31. 31. Computer- Assisted Instruction (CAI) & Information and Communication Technology (ICT)
  32. 32. ♥ introduced using the principle of individualized learning through a positive climate ♥ includes realism and appeal ♥ includes drill exercises
  33. 33. The evolving pace of innovation in today’s Information Age is so dynamic because computer technology in education has matured to transform into an educative ICT in education.
  34. 34. Information & Communication Technology ♥ Let’s focus on the three words behind ICT: -INFORMATION -COMMUNICATION
  35. 35. Information – The reception of knowledge or intelligence
  36. 36. Communication – Act of transmitting or spreading something between individuals.
  37. 37. Technology – A manner of accomplishing task using technical or digital process.
  38. 38. that: store, retrieve, manipul ate, transmit or receive INFORMATION electronically in a digital form.
  39. 39. workplace Technological literacy, or the ability to use ICTs effectively and efficiently, is seen as representing a competitive edge in an
  40. 40. EDUCATION 1. ICTs make possible asynchronous learning 2.Teachers and learners no longer have to rely on printed books
  41. 41. ICT & A Quality EDUCATION 1. Motivating to learn - ICTs such as videos, television and multimedia computer software
  42. 42. EDUCATION 2. Facilitating the acquisition of basic skills - Educational TV programs use repetition and support to teach the
  43. 43. ICT & A Quality EDUCATION 3. Enhancing teacher training - ICTs have also been used to improve access to and the quality of
  44. 44. How computers and the Internet been used for teaching and learning? (3 General Approaches to the instructional use of computers and the
  45. 45. ABOU T… WIT H… THROU GH… LEARNING Computers and Internet
  46. 46. 1)Learning ABOUT computers and the Internet, in which technological literacy is the end goal
  47. 47. 2) Learning WITH computers and the Internet, in which the technology facilitates learning across the curriculum;
  48. 48. 3) Learning THROUGH computers and the Internet, integrating technological skills development with curriculum
  49. 49. vs.
  50. 50. Instructional Media Educational Communicatio n Media Consists of audio visual aids. Comprise the media of communication Examples are the blackboard, photo, film and Using the print, film, radio, television, and
  51. 51. Communication Media Audio-visual Media (Internet) E-mail Chat rooms Blog sites News service Music/movie room (Multimedia) Text, sound, grap hic, Charts, photo s Educational Websites Software, School registration/
  52. 52. How can ICTs help transform the learning environment into one that is learner- centered?
  53. 53. Activities prescribed by the teachers Whole class instruction Activities determined by learners Small groups Traditional Learner- Centered Active Learning
  54. 54. Individual Everyone for himself / herself Working in teams Supporting each other Traditional Learner- Centered Collaborative Learning
  55. 55. Reproductive Learning Apply known solutions to problem Productive Learning Find new solutions to problems Traditional Learner- Centered Creative Learning
  56. 56. No link between theories and practice. Discipline- based Integrating theories and practice. Thematic Traditional Learner- Centered Integrative Learning
  57. 57. Teacher- directed Summative Student- directed Diagnostic Traditional Learner- Centered Evaluative Learning
  58. 58. PRESENTED BY: Niel Richard C. Lopez BSED-II
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