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Integrating Educational Technology into Teaching. Chapter 1 Educational Technology in Context: The Big Picture. By M. D. Roblyer. SITE 2002. What You Need to Know. Definition of Integrating Educational Technology.

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    1. Integrating Educational Technology into Teaching Chapter 1 Educational Technology in Context: The Big Picture By M. D. Roblyer

    2. SITE 2002

    3. What You Need to Know

    4. Definition of Integrating Educational Technology The process of determining which electronic tools and which methods for implementing them are appropriate for given classroom situations and problems.

    5. Develop a Philosophy A personal perspective on the current and future role of technology in education

    6. Purchase Products Become informed, knowledgeable consumers of technology products and select wisely among available alternatives

    7. Identify Problems Discriminate between problems that you can correct and those that will require outside help

    8. Speak the Language Knowledge of terms and concepts allow you to exchange information and ask informed questions

    9. See Where Technology Fits Identify specific teaching & learning problems which technology can help address and how it can create learning opportunities that did not exist.

    10. Views of Technology in Education

    11. Media & Audiovisual Instructional use of technology as a device that carries messages

    12. Instructional Systems A systematic approach to designing, developing, and delivering instruction matched to identified needs

    13. Vocational Training Tools Practical means of teaching content by directly relating it to the world of work

    14. Computer-Based Systems The use of computers & computer-based systems to deliver and manage all instruction

    15. Combined Approach Based on Instructional Needs

    16. History of Educational Computing Early Computional Devices Mainframe/Mini Systems: 1950-1970s Microcomputers: 1977-Today Integrated Learning Systems: 1990s –Today Internet & WWW: 1995-Today

    17. Mainframe/Mini Systems IBM 1500 Computer Curriculum Corporation Control Data Corporation

    18. Microcomputer Revolution MECC Courseware Authoring Logo

    19. Integrated Learning Systems NCS Learn Compass Learning

    20. World Wide Web On-Line Resources Distance Education

    21. What History Has Taught Us • Possible doesn't equal desirable, feasible, or inevitable. • Change is too fast to keep up with • Older technologies can be useful • Teachers always will be important

    22. What History Has Taught Us • Technology not a panacea • Literacy offers limited rationale • Benefits & limitations of system configurations • Teachers are not developers

    23. Rationale for Technology Use • Motivational • Unique Instructional Capabilities • Support for New Instructional Approaches • Increased Teacher Productivity • Required Skills for an Information Age

    24. Motivation • Gaining learner attention • Engaging the learner through production work • Increasing perception of control

    25. Unique Instructional Capabilities • Linking learners to information & education resources • Help learners visualize problems and solutions • Tracking learner progress • Linking learners to learning tools

    26. Support for New Instructional Approaches • Cooperative learning • Shared intelligence • Problem-solving and higher-level skills

    27. Increased Teacher Productivity • Freeing time to work with students • Providing fast, accurate information • Production of better looking materials

    28. Information Age Skills • Technology literacy • Information literacy • Visual literacy

    29. Issues in Education and Technology • Societal • Cultural/Equity • Educational • Technical

    30. Societal • Pro-technology Movements • Anti-technology Movements • Socialization Needs • Online Dangers • New Plagiarism

    31. Cultural & Ethnic Inequity • Economic & Ethnic • Multicultural • Gender • Special Needs

    32. Educational • Directed vs. Constructivist Debate • Single-subject vs. Interdisciplinary Instruction • Role of Distance Learning

    33. Technical • Rapid Change • Increased Complexity