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At the end of this course, students should be able to:

1. Discuss critically on issues and trends of implementing ICT app...
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RI TBC 3013

  1. 1. Pengesahan Ketua Jabatan: Tarikh: UNIVERSITI PENDIDIKAN SULTAN IDRIS COURSE CURRICULUM DESIGN AND INSRUCTIONAL PLAN Faculty : Science and Technology Department : Biology Semester : 1 Session : 2010/2011 Course : Information and Communication Technology in Biology Code : TBC 3013 Credit : 3 (2+1) Pre-requisite : Nil Lecturer: Name : Assoc Prof Dr Sopia Md Yassin E-mail : sopia@fst.upsi.edu.my Contact number: 05-4506989/0126886767 Room number: BC 1-7 COURSE SYNOPSIS : The course discusses the rationale and advantages of ICT applications in biology education. The topics covered are simulation, modelling, spreadsheets, data logger, interactive whiteboard, and other ICT applications. LEARNING OUTCOMESS:
  2. 2. At the end of this course, students should be able to: 1. Discuss critically on issues and trends of implementing ICT application in teaching and learning. (C2) 2. Apply suitable ICT applications relevant to biology curriculum. (C3, LL2) 3. Design constructivist lessons that integrate an ICT application. (P6) 4. Appreciate the ability of ICT in enhancing teaching and learning in Biology. (A3) 5. Explore the most current ICT application. (KK1, A3) MAIN REFERENCES: • Frost, R. (2003a). The IT in Secondary Science Book. Cambridge: IT in Science Publishing. • Frost, R. (2003b). Data logging in Practice. Cambridge: IT in Science Publishing. • Heichnich, R, Molenda, J.D. & Smaldino, S. E. (2002). Instructional Media and Technologies for Learning. New Jersey: Merill Prentice Hall. OTHER REFERENCES: • Alessy, S. M. & Trollip, S. R. (2003). Computer-base Instruction: Methods and Development. New Jersey: Prentice Hall • Kilbane, C.R. & Milman, N.B. (2005). The Digital Teaching Portfolio Workbook. Boston: Pearson Education Inc. MODE OF DELIVERY: Lecture, group discussion, presentation, hands-on activities ASSESSMENT: Document Analysis 10% On-line Forum 10% Data Logging 20% Simulation & Modeling 20% Spreadsheet 20 % ePortfolio 20% Total 100% 2
  3. 3. SOFT SKILLS EMBEDDED: SOFT SKILLS KOM PSK PBPM ETIK PKPM ACTIVITIES Lecture  Assignments      Presentation      Hands-on activities     GRADING SCALE: MARK RANGE GRADE POINT STATUS 80 – 100 A 4.00 Excellent 75 – 79 A- 3.70 70 – 74 B+ 3.40 65 – 69 B 3.00 Credit 60 – 64 B- 2.70 55 – 59 C+ 2.40 Pass 50 – 54 C 2.00 45 – 49 C- 1.70 40 – 44 D+ 1.40 Weak Pass 35 – 39 D 1.00 0 – 34 F 0.00 Fail Note: Grade F is also given to students who are barred from taking exams, absent or who has committed an academic fraudulence SOFT SKILLS GRADING SCALE: GRADING SCALE CRITERIA FOR SOFT SKILLS 5 Excellent 4 Good 3 Satisfactory level 2 Minimum level 1 Weak and need improvement 3
  4. 4. LECTURE SCHEDULE 4
  5. 5. Week Topic Learning Outcomes T&L Soft skills References Activities incorporated 1, 2 Introduction and explanation of instructional plan • ICT in Biology education • Explain the importance of ICT. Lecture, ETIK, KOM, Frost (2003a) How, where and why should Biology • Discuss critically on issues and Discussion teachers use ICT trends of implementing ICT applications in teaching and learning. • Smart school and the role of ICT in a constructivist www.msc.com. classroom Lecture, ETIK, KOM, my/smartschoo The Malaysian Smart School. • Discuss critically on issues related to Discussion PSK l/downloads/bl Smart school management Smart School in Malaysia Document ueprint.pdf Smart School processes and Analysis scenarios. http://www.msc Technology as an enabler. .com.my/smart Smart school implications. school/downlo Constructivist Model (EEE) ads/roadmap.p df • Ethics and issues in ICT Understanding the values, benefits • Discuss the ethics and issues in ICT Lecture, of ICT towards learning • Explain the benefits of ICT towards Discussion, KOM, PSK, learning. Assignment and PBPM, ETIK http://www.wizi presentation q.com/tutorial/ 7626- Copyrightandin ternetEthics 5
  6. 6. Week Topic Learning Outcomes T&L Soft skills References Activities incorporated 3, 4 • Learning technologies – interactive whiteboard What, why and when to use • Explain why and when to use Lecture, Hands ETIK, PSK, http://smarttec interactive whiteboard, planning interactive whiteboard in teaching on activities PBPM, h.com/ Biology lesson using interactive and learning Assignments KOM,PKPM whiteboard • Design constructivist lesson that integrates interactive whiteboard • Appreciate how iWB makes teaching and learning more collaborative and interactive. 5, 6 • Open Source Software Examples: CamStudio, Web 2.0 • Explore various open source Lecture, ETIK, PSK, Technology, blog, wikis, eportfolio software. Hands on PBPM, KOM, Kilbane & What, why and when to use open • Develop digital materials using activities, PKPM Milman (2005) source softwares in teaching and suitable software. Assignment and learning Biology • Prepare an ePortfolio. presentation • Appreciate the usability of open source software. 7, 8 • Data logging What, why when to use data logging, • Explain why and when to use data Lecture, ETIK, PSK, recording results, making tables and logging in teaching and learning Hands on PBPM, KOM, Frost (2003b) plotting graphs, planning Biology • Design constructivist lesson that activities, PKPM lesson using data logging integrates data logging. Assignment and • Appreciate the advantages of data presentation logging over conventional experiments. 9, 10 • Simulation and modelling 6
  7. 7. Week Topic Learning Outcomes T&L Soft skills References Activities incorporated What, why when to use simulation • Explain the differences between Lecture, ETIK, PSK, and modelling, examples of modelling and simulation Hands on PBPM, KOM, modelling and simulation in teaching • Explain why and when to use activities, PKPM Frost (2003a) and learning Biology, planning modelling and simulation in teaching Assignment and Biology lesson using modelling and and learning presentation simulation • Design constructivist lesson that integrates modelling and simulation. • Appreciate the power of simulation and modelling in visualizing and understanding science concepts. 11, 12 • Spreadsheets What, why when to use • Explain why and when to use Lecture, spreadsheets, examples of spreadsheet in teaching and learning Hands on ETIK, PSK, Frost (2003a) spreadsheets in teaching and • Design constructivist lesson that activities, PBPM, KOM, learning Biology, planning chemistry integrates spreadsheets. Assignment and PKPM lesson using spreadsheets • Appreciate the use of spreadsheets presentation in managing data. 13, 14 • Internet based applications Examples: email, homepage, yahoo • Explore various internet based Lecture, ETIK, PSK, Heinich et al messenger, skype applications. Hands on PBPM, KOM, (2002) What, why when to use internet • Develop digital materials using activities, PKPM based applications, examples: in suitable applications. Assignment and teaching and learning Biology. • Appreciate the ability of internet presentation based applications in gathering and retrieving information in multiple formats. 7

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