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HPGD3203_Assignment 1

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HPGD3203_Assignment 1

  1. 1. HPGD3203  Emerging  Technologies   in  Teaching  and  Learning   Assignment 1 Nurul Ismail [Cohort 3] May 2012
  2. 2. Intended  Subject  &  Audience   •  Science – Year 3 (Standard 3) •  Based on Curriculum Specifications set out by the Ministry of Education MalaysiaHPGD_3203_Assignment 1_N. Ismail 2012
  3. 3. Aims  of  the  Science  Curriculum   •  … to develop pupils’ interest and creativity through everyday experiences and investigations that promote the acquisition of scientific and thinking skills as well as the inculcation of scientific attitudes and values…HPGD_3203_Assignment 1_N. Ismail 2012
  4. 4. ObjecDves   … one of the objectives is… •  To provide pupils with opportunities to develop science process skills and thinking skillsHPGD_3203_Assignment 1_N. Ismail 2012
  5. 5. In  line  with  Bloom’s  Taxonomy   •  Areas that will be emphasised are inquiry and problem solving processes, where scientific and thinking skills are utilised NB: Scientific skills encompass science process skills and manipulative skillsHPGD_3203_Assignment 1_N. Ismail 2012
  6. 6. Revised  Bloom’s  Taxonomy  HPGD_3203_Assignment 1_N. Ismail 2012
  7. 7. Skills  to  be  developed   •  Scientific Skills –  Science process skills –  Manipulative skills •  Thinking Skills –  Critical Thinking skills –  Creative Thinking skillsHPGD_3203_Assignment 1_N. Ismail 2012
  8. 8. Teaching  &  Learning  Strategies   “Technology is a powerful tool that has great potential in enhancing the learning of science. Through the use of technology such as television, radio, video computer and (the) Internet, the teaching and learning of science can be made more interesting and effective.”HPGD_3203_Assignment 1_N. Ismail 2012
  9. 9. Learning  Outcome  &  AcDviDes  HPGD_3203_Assignment 1_N. Ismail 2012
  10. 10. Lesson  Plan  •  Subject –  Science (taught in English) –  Topic: Leaves & Shapes•  Students –  Standard 3 (40 pupils per class) –  mixed abilities, co-ed, national school•  Duration –  1 period of 40 mins (30 mins lesson, 10 mins worksheet)HPGD_3203_Assignment 1_N. Ismail 2012
  11. 11. Lesson  Plan  •  Learning Objectives –  Identify external features of a plant –  In this case, leaves and their various shapes•  Tasks and Outcomes –  Standard 3 (40 pupils per class) –  mixed abilities, co-ed, national school•  Prior Knowledge –  Types of plants (e.g. trees, shrubs and herbs) –  Parts of a plant (e.g. leaves, stem, branches and roots) –  Shapes of trees (e.g. rounded, conical and columnar)HPGD_3203_Assignment 1_N. Ismail 2012
  12. 12. Tools  used  HPGD_3203_Assignment 1_N. Ismail 2012
  13. 13. HPGD_3203_Assignment 1_N. Ismail 2012 Tools  used   •  Advantages –  Easier to produce –  More interesting features can be used, e.g. animations, to allow for a more interactive user interface –  Can be updated more quickly than printed materials –  Can be “taken off the shelves” if necessary for e.g. if suddenly deemed inappropriate –  Can be viewed anywhere once uploaded onto appropriate platforms
  14. 14. HPGD_3203_Assignment 1_N. Ismail 2012 Tools  used   •  Appropriateness –  Editing is almost immediate –  Various applications can be applied to make the material interesting –  Can embed videos, other slideshows, links to other resources •  Potential –  Limitless for the embedding of future applications –  More technical support constantly updated –  Students may also use this software for their school work when there is a lot of exposure to its use
  15. 15. HPGD_3203_Assignment 1_N. Ismail 2012 Tools  used   •  Advantages –  Almost immediate announcements can be made –  Can be accessed on Smart phones as well –  It is a democracy and allows for participation
  16. 16. HPGD_3203_Assignment 1_N. Ismail 2012 Tools  used   •  Appropriateness –  Allows for students to follow you and to give feedback –  Immediate and current –  Allows the teacher to update messages while on the go –  Allows students to receive updates while on the go •  Potential –  It is even easier to join, will be even more so –  It is easy to use –  It is a democracy
  17. 17. HPGD_3203_Assignment 1_N. Ismail 2012 Tools  used   •  Advantages –  The potential for the content is limitless –  Comments allow for an almost similar platform as a ‘forum’ where students and colleagues can give feedback or pay compliments –  Can be accessed from just about anywhere where there is Internet connection
  18. 18. HPGD_3203_Assignment 1_N. Ismail 2012 Tools  used   •  Appropriateness –  Can upload the PowerPoint slides –  Can embed the videos anywhere that is relevant (e.g. social media platforms, blogs) –  Comments can be made on your video, hence, allowing a teacher to know if a pupil has watched it –  First-hand sources, especially from a teacher or first-hand account •  Potential –  More and more legitimate and popular channels are being made available on YouTube –  With greater ubiquity, allows for lesser logistical problems in watching educational (audio and video) materials
  19. 19. HPGD_3203_Assignment 1_N. Ismail 2012 Tools  used   •  Advantages –  Access to just about anywhere in the world –  Information is more current as updates can be made more quickly than updates into printed textbooks –  Many ‘User-Generated Content’ e.g. YouTube, Wikipedia, Twitter, Slideshare, hence, social ‘correction’ of content can be done –  Knowledge exchange around the world
  20. 20. HPGD_3203_Assignment 1_N. Ismail 2012 Tools  used   •  Appropriateness –  Communication tools e.g. traditionally and still current is email –  Virtual field trips –  Electronically submit school projects and school work or teaching materials –  Logistical issues addressed, especially in challenging geography •  Potential –  Development in various teaching strategies and practices –  Students will be even more exposed to the available content through various touchpoints –  This is important in preparing students for the workforce or higher education as computers and its applications are used widely
  21. 21. Leaves & Shapes
  22. 22. Leaves & Shapes Let us see what Mr. Julien, a leaf expert,will share with us his knowledge on the most commonly found leaf shape or shapes. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7zb0n3mQkD0HPGD_3203_Assignment 1_N. Ismail2012
  23. 23. Leaves & ShapesHPGD_3203_Assignment 1_N. Ismail2012
  24. 24. Leaves & Shapes —  Round —  Lance —  Oval —  ButterflyHPGD_3203_Assignment 1_N. Ismail2012
  25. 25. —  RoundHPGD_3203_Assignment 1_N. Ismail2012
  26. 26. Round-shaped www.beachball world .com www.deviantart.comHPGD_3203_Assignment 1_N. Ismail2012
  27. 27. Round-shaped leaves www.cjp.cnHPGD_3203_Assignment 1_N. Ismail 2012
  28. 28. Round-shaped leaves © Walrus Design Sdn. Bhd.HPGD_3203_Assignment 1_N. Ismail 2012
  29. 29. Round-shaped leaves © Walrus Design Sdn. Bhd.HPGD_3203_Assignment 1_N. Ismail 2012
  30. 30. —  OvalHPGD_3203_Assignment 1_N. Ismail2012
  31. 31. Oval-shaped www.essentialoilscompany.com www.mccormick.comHPGD_3203_Assignment 1_N. Ismail2012
  32. 32. Oval-shaped leaves © Walrus Design Sdn. Bhd.HPGD_3203_Assignment 1_N. Ismail2012
  33. 33. Oval-shaped leaves © Walrus Design Sdn. Bhd.HPGD_3203_Assignment 1_N. Ismail2012
  34. 34. Oval-shaped leaves © Walrus Design Sdn. Bhd.HPGD_3203_Assignment 1_N. Ismail2012
  35. 35. —  LanceHPGD_3203_Assignment 1_N. Ismail2012
  36. 36. Lance-shapedHPGD_3203_Assignment 1_N. Ismail2012
  37. 37. Lance-shaped leaves © Walrus Design Sdn. Bhd.HPGD_3203_Assignment 1_N. Ismail2012
  38. 38. Lance-shaped leaves © Walrus Design Sdn. Bhd.HPGD_3203_Assignment 1_N. Ismail2012
  39. 39. —  ButterflyHPGD_3203_Assignment 1_N. Ismail2012
  40. 40. Butterfly-shapedHPGD_3203_Assignment 1_N. Ismail2012
  41. 41. Butterfly-shaped leaves www.colinjong.comHPGD_3203_Assignment 1_N. Ismail2012
  42. 42. Butterfly-shaped leaves www.colinjong.comHPGD_3203_Assignment 1_N. Ismail2012
  43. 43. Butterfly-shaped leaves © Walrus Design Sdn. Bhd.HPGD_3203_Assignment 1_N. Ismail2012
  44. 44. Can you find out more? Go for a walk with your parents, take a look around you. Spot as many different shaped leaves from as many different trees as you can.HPGD_3203_Assignment 1_N. Ismail2012
  45. 45. Follow me! Follow me on @nurulism as I take you on a nature trail through the heart of Kuala Lumpur.HPGD_3203_Assignment 1_N. Ismail2012
  46. 46. Can you find out more?You may also refer to http://www.wikipedia.org to find outwhat other Internet users have put together for all of us.HPGD_3203_Assignment 1_N. Ismail2012
  47. 47. WorksheetHPGD_3203_Assignment 1_N. Ismail2012
  48. 48. HomeworkHPGD_3203_Assignment 1_N. Ismail2012
  49. 49. Questions?HPGD_3203_Assignment 1_N. Ismail2012
  50. 50. Thank  You     HPGD3203    Emerging  Technologies  in  Teaching  and  Learning     Presented  by  Nurul  Ismail   To  Cohort  3  PGDT  Semester  May  2012   Prof.  Zoraini  

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