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ETT 229 Lecture Day 3 Prepared by Professor Yamagata-Lynch Why even bother with computer education? Basic skills expectations in the work force are changing--beyond 3Rs include information literacy National Educational Technology Standards for Students (NETS*S) NETS*T

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ett 229 lecture day 3

ETT 229 Lecture Day 3

Prepared by

Professor Yamagata-Lynch

why even bother with computer education
Why even bother with computer education?
  • Basic skills expectations in the work force are changing--beyond 3Rs include information literacy
  • National Educational Technology Standards for Students (NETS*S)
  • NETS*T
hurdles of computer education
Hurdles of Computer Education
  • K-12 teachers are overwhelmed
  • K-12 teachers are not provided enough professional development
  • Many computer applications do not fit into teaching
  • College students are under prepared when they arrive to college
  • Preservice education programs do not sufficiently integrate technology into course work or field work
computer statistics
Computer Statistics
  • K-12 schools in US had
  • 125 students per student in 1983
  • 5.4 student per computer in 2001
  • However, many of these computers are too old to support current software.
how do computers affect student learning
How do computers affect student learning?
  • Supports constructivist learning environments.
    • Engaged learning, active learning, problem-based learning
  • The above strategies make learning tasks more authentic and challenging for students.
  • Constructivist learning environments are endorsed by several professional teaching organizations.
nets s
NETS*S
  • Basic operations and concepts
  • Social, ethical, and human issues
  • Technology productivity tools
  • Technology communications tools
  • Technology research tools
standards for teachers and administrators
Standards for Teachers and Administrators
  • NETS*T
  • TSSA
  • Technology Standards for all Illinois Teachers--pretty similar to NETS*S