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My portfolio in educational technology 2


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This Presentation is all about about EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY 2 (Instructional Media Resources). Particularly what I learned from the subject.

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My portfolio in educational technology 2

  1. 1. My Portfolio in Educational Technology 2 Nikki B. Lucero BSE-MATH 3-1
  2. 2. Topic Outline • The Student • Educational Technology in a Nut Shell • Learning Through Ed Tech 2 • The Student After Ed Tech
  3. 3. The Student I am Nikki B. Lucero, a third-year student taking up Bachelor of Secondary Education, Major in Mathematics at Cavite State University – Main Campus.
  4. 4. The Student Educational Technology is not just about the things that we used inside the classroom to satisfy our educational need and desire but it also includes activities, procedures and processes.
  5. 5. Educational Technology in a Nut Shell • The word “technology” comes from the Greek word techne which means craft or art. Based on the etymology of the word “technology”, the term educational technology, therefore, refers to the art or craft of responding to our educational needs.
  6. 6. Educational Technology “Technology is more than hardware. Technology consists of the designs and the environments that engage learners.” – David H. Jonassen.
  7. 7. Educational Technology in a Nut Shell • Educational Technology – In essence, the course aims to infuse technology in the student-teachers training, helping them to meet and adapt to rapid and continuing technological changes, particularly in the thriving global information and communication technology (ICT) environment.
  8. 8. Educational Technology in Asia Pacific Region
  9. 9. Educational Technology in Asia Pacific Region • This is my report in EDTC 22. Most of the countries in the Asia Pacific Region particularly (New Zealand, Australia, Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong) already adopted their own policies and had created an educational technology environment in their schools. • They equipped them with facilities and venue for the facilitation of learning to students and even to teachers.
  10. 10. Educational Technology in Asia Pacific Region • Teachers are given trainings in the use of these facilities as well as with the core skills and competencies in the use of ICT in their classroom discussions. • The state policies for these technologies differ from one country to another depending from their culture and geographical locations or as the need for it may arise and/or the usefulness of which in the capacity building of their nation.
  11. 11. Basic Concepts in Integrating Technology in Instruction • Technology occupies a position in a simple or complex way in the instructional process. • For us to make technology a part of the learning and teaching process, we as the users of such technological devices should make them a source of reinforcement so that the educational objectives will be realized.
  12. 12. Basic Concepts in Integrating Technology in Instruction • Students must be guided as to how to gather information and full utilization of the computers to aid them in performing assigned projects in connection with their subjects.
  13. 13. Basic Concepts in Integrating Technology in Instruction • The teacher must see to it that the students are given the necessary skills needed to make full use of the software to help them understand and realize the objectives of their curriculum assignments given should include the use of computers and software thus integrating them into the learning process.
  14. 14. State-of-the-Art ET Application Practices • With our progressive state policies that support technology-in-education, our educators today have become more aware and active in adopting state-of-the-art educational technology practices they can possibly adopt.
  15. 15. State-of-the-Art ET Application Practices • Following modern trends in technology- related education, schools should now foster a student - centered learning environment, wherein students are given leeway to use computer information sources in their assignments, reports and presentation in written, visual, or dramatic forms.
  16. 16. IT Enters A New Learning Environment • In the tradition method of training, students learn to rote, memorization and set instruction from their teachers. They imbibe knowledge from what and how their teachers import information to them.
  17. 17. IT Enters A New Learning Environment • In the use of modern technology students are encouraged to seek ideas and apply them to personal experiences. They are made aware of new information which they can relate and apply to their own lives to add to what they already know.
  18. 18. IT for Higher Thinking Skills and Creativity • In the traditional information absorption model of teaching, the teacher organizes and presents information to students- learners. • Today, students are expected to be not only cognitive, but also flexible, analytical and creative.
  19. 19. IT for Higher Thinking Skills and Creativity • Teachers are now guided on their goal to help students achieve higher level thinking skills and creativity beyond the ordinary.
  20. 20. IT for Higher Thinking Skills and Creativity • The students , not the teachers, make decisions about what to put into the project, how to organize information, how to package the outcomes for presentation, and the like.
  21. 21. IT for Higher Thinking Skills and Creativity • As a future teacher, we must take into consideration the process in every project because in the process, the students were able to think and apply their creativity as results they have develop their higher order thinking skills.
  22. 22. Higher Thinking Skills Through IT- Based Projects • In this, it is the students themselves who demonstrate higher thinking skills and creativity through such activities searching for information, organizing and synthesizing ideas, creating presentations, and the like.
  23. 23. Computers as Information and Communication Technology • But the evolving pace of innovation in today’s computer age Information Age is so dynamic that within the first decade of the 21st century, computer technology in education has matured to transform into an educative information and communication technology (ICT) in education.
  24. 24. The Computers as a Tutor • It should be made clear that, however, that the computer cannot totally replace the teacher since the teacher shall continue to play the major roles of information deliverer and learning environment controller. • The computer is a tutor in this new age of learning. It does not replace the teacher, although it assumes certain roles previously assigned to teachers who now has to take the new role of facilitator and guide.
  25. 25. The Computers as a Tutor • Computer activities are not the end-all of learning since they have to conform to the lessons/curriculum. • Computers will become an integral component of the future classroom and not a mere machine that can deliver routine drills and exercises.
  26. 26. The Computer as the Teacher’s Tool
  27. 27. The Computer as the Teacher’s Tool • One of the capabilities of computer is that it serves as an informative tool. Why? It is because the computer can provide vast amounts of information in various forms, such as texts, graphics, sound and video. Even multimedia encyclopedias are today available in the Internet.
  28. 28. I.T. in Support of Student-Centered Learning • Desiring to gain effectiveness, efficiency and economy in administration and instruction, schools in these developed economies have also adopted the support of ICTs. Their students have now become active not passive learners, who can interact with other learners, demonstrating independence and self-awareness in the learning process.
  29. 29. Learning Through Ed Tech 2 • I consider Educational Technology as one of the best subjects that we, future teachers, really need because Educational Technology 2 is concerned primarily with “Integrating Technology into Teaching and Learning”. Necessarily Educational Technology 2 will involve a deeper understanding about the computer as well as hands-on application of computer skills. This skill is one of the skills that we must have as a future teacher since we are about to teach the 21st Century Learners where these learners are exposed in a more high-tech materials or simply they are updated with the modern inventions and discoveries like computers, laptops, tablets, phones, etc.
  30. 30. Learning Through Ed Tech 2 • Teachers must have to develop these skills through extensive practice and analysis of the 21st century learner. Meaning to say as a future teacher, we must be flexible enough to adapt to these changes, we must be also computer-literate or computer expert because nowadays the classrooms are changing. From Traditional (Teacher- Dominated) to CAI (Computer Assisted Instruction/Student Centered Learning). Most of the classrooms, as we can see, teachers are using laptops, projectors, white screen, etc. in teaching and facilitating.
  31. 31. Learning Through Ed Tech 2 • I feel so blessed that I learned a lot from this subject. From the first topic (Educational Technology in Asia Pacific Region) up to (Information Technology in Support of Student- Centered Learning), not just about the information or ideas but on how we can apply what we learned in the real world because someday, in the field of education, where we are about to teach, we can use this knowledge and skills in becoming a better and effective teacher.
  32. 32. Learning Through Ed Tech 2 • In our report, I like that we are having collaborative activity where these activities focus on what we learn from them and most especially the application of computer in the teaching and learning process. We are having debates, role play, reflection paper, essays, computer works, etc. With this we can easily retain what we have learned in EDTC 2 because we are involved in such a great activity. Remember the Dale’s Cone of Experience:
  33. 33. Learning Through Ed Tech 2 90% of what we teach to each other (and that’s collaboration). In the 21st Century Learning, teachers must be connectors of learning first and content expert seconds. Thank God! We are exposed to various collaborative activities which means we can now value and appreciate the essence of this strategy where someday we are about to facilitate learners using this teaching strategy integrated with computer.
  34. 34. The Student After Ed Tech • We must bear this in mind that studying EDTC 2 is a significant thing most especially to us future teachers. What we learned is that we can apply this in our field and the skills that we develop particularly computer skill which enhances the teaching and learning through technology integration contributes to our quality in becoming globally competitive teachers.
  35. 35. The Student After Ed Tech • Since EDTC 2 has something to do with our computer skills, it must be clear to everyone that computers cannot replace the teachers. No matter what modern technology we have, “Teachers are teachers”. Computers are devices/things that need the assistance/manipulation of Teachers (Human). Teachers must continue the role of information deliverer and learning environment controller.
  36. 36. The Student After Ed Tech • That’s why we as future teachers we must be knowledgeable and skilled enough to use these technologies, as much as possible we must explore and attend trainings and seminars upon using these technologies because these will just be non-sense and useless if we can’t use these technologies efficiently and effectively.
  37. 37. Thank you and God Bless!