TEACHING
WITH
INSTRUCTIONA
L
SOFTWARE …
GROUP
II
What is Instructional Software?
Software is another word for programs
written in computer languages.
Instructional softw...
Instructional Roles for Software:
It used to be easy to name a software package
by the type of teaching function it serve...
Drill-and-Practice
Software Functions
Drill-and-Practice Software
Drill-and-practice software provides exercises
in which students work example items usually,
...
Types of drill functions:
Flash card activity
Branching drill
Extensive feedback activities
Criteria in Selecting a Good
Drill-and-Practice Software
a. Control over the presentation rate
b. Answer judging
c. Approp...
Benefits of Drill and Practices
It allows the effective rehearsal students need
to transfer newly learned information int...
Limitations and Problems Related to
Drill and Practice
It perceive misuses.
Criticism by constructivists
Guidelines for Using Drill and
Practice
Set time limits.
Assign individually.
Use learning stations.
Tutorial software
functions
Tutorial Software Functions
Tutorial software is an entire instructional
sequence similar to a teacher’s classroom
instru...
Criteria for Selecting Good
Tutorial Software
Extensive interactivity.
Thorough user control.
Appropriate pedagogy.
Ad...
Limitations and Problems related
to Tutorials
Criticism by constructivist.
Lack of good products.
Reflect only one inst...
Guidelines for Using Tutorials
Assign individuality.
Use learning stations or individual checkout.
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  1. 1. TEACHING WITH INSTRUCTIONA L SOFTWARE … GROUP II
  2. 2. What is Instructional Software? Software is another word for programs written in computer languages. Instructional software (courseware) is a application software that is designed specifically to deliver or assist with student instruction on a topic. Instructional software packages are programs developed for the sole purpose for delivering instruction or supporting learning.
  3. 3. Instructional Roles for Software: It used to be easy to name a software package by the type of teaching function it serve. It has connections to our learning theories. Programming language as instructional software. The logo
  4. 4. Drill-and-Practice Software Functions
  5. 5. Drill-and-Practice Software Drill-and-practice software provides exercises in which students work example items usually, one at a time, and receive feedback on their correctness. Programs vary considerably in the kind of feedback they provide in response to student input.
  6. 6. Types of drill functions: Flash card activity Branching drill Extensive feedback activities
  7. 7. Criteria in Selecting a Good Drill-and-Practice Software a. Control over the presentation rate b. Answer judging c. Appropriate feedback for the correct and incorrect answers
  8. 8. Benefits of Drill and Practices It allows the effective rehearsal students need to transfer newly learned information into long-term memory. Drill software provides the acknowledge benefits as compared to paper exercises. a.Immediate feedback b.Motivation c. Saving teacher time
  9. 9. Limitations and Problems Related to Drill and Practice It perceive misuses. Criticism by constructivists
  10. 10. Guidelines for Using Drill and Practice Set time limits. Assign individually. Use learning stations.
  11. 11. Tutorial software functions
  12. 12. Tutorial Software Functions Tutorial software is an entire instructional sequence similar to a teacher’s classroom instruction on a topic. It is a self-contained instructional unit rather than a supplement to the other instruction.
  13. 13. Criteria for Selecting Good Tutorial Software Extensive interactivity. Thorough user control. Appropriate pedagogy. Adequate answer-judging and feedback capabilities. Appropriate graphics. Adequate record keeping.
  14. 14. Limitations and Problems related to Tutorials Criticism by constructivist. Lack of good products. Reflect only one instructional approach.
  15. 15. Guidelines for Using Tutorials Assign individuality. Use learning stations or individual checkout.
  16. 16. Thank you for listening ….

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