Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.

Definition of innovative use of technology

3,112 views

Published on

Published in: Education
  • Be the first to comment

Definition of innovative use of technology

  1. 1. Definition of “Innovative Uses of Technology” Fred Sharpsteen EDU709
  2. 2. Definition of “Innovative Uses of Technology in education”• Use of technology in a substantially different way then it has been used as compared to the currently norm use of the technology. This may also include new technologies that are emerging in the current markets or field of study. Using a technology tool that is still at an early stage of adoption in it life cycle of the technology tool.
  3. 3. Definition of “Innovative Uses of Technology” Hardware Technical support School ability to keep Teacher Support Limitations of Innovative technology current technology (budgets) Student/Parent access to Software Definition technology at home "Innovate use of Technology" Use of technology in a Professional development Curriculum substantially different for teachers needed way then it has been used as compared to the currently normal use of the technology. This may also include new technologies that are Internal Motivation emerging in the current markets or field of study. Extrenal Motivation Using a technology tool that is still at an early stage of adoption in it Ability to track student life cycle of the mastery of subject Indiviual student learning technology tool. style Student engagement Advantages of Innovative Learning feedback technology timely feedback Differentiated Learning for students
  4. 4. Interactive Domains Successful Implementation of Innovator (Teacher) Technology Projects •Knoledge of Technology and enabling conditions in the Classroom •Pedagogy of Technology compatibility •Knoldege of Oranization and social culture of the school Context (School)Innovation (Project) •Technological infrastructure•Distant from school Culture (Facility, network, equipment)•Distance from avalible resource •Human Infrastructure (Support•Distance from innovators staff, Policies and procedures Current practices •Organizational Culture
  5. 5. References:References:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:InnovationLifeCycle.jpg Accessed on 3/15/2009

×