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Chapter 13 Looking Ahead. ETEC 562 Jody McIntier. Trends in Media & Technology. Merging of media formats “Multimedia” ~ books w/phonograph records; kits w/real objects, etc. Interactive video Virtual reality. Continued Use of Traditional Audiovisual Media.

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chapter 13 looking ahead

Chapter 13Looking Ahead

ETEC 562

Jody McIntier

trends in media technology
Trends in Media & Technology
  • Merging of media formats
  • “Multimedia” ~ books w/phonograph records; kits w/real objects, etc.
  • Interactive video
  • Virtual reality
continued use of traditional audiovisual media
Continued Use of Traditional Audiovisual Media
  • Used more than computer-based media
  • Used less than textbooks
  • ½ of all training uses traditional instructor and printed material
evolution of computer based media
Evolution of Computer-Based Media
  • THEN Computer Labs – computer literacy or math
  • NOW Computers in classrooms – research tool
  • THEN Corporations – instructor
  • NOW Computer based training
pervasiveness of telecommunication based media
Pervasiveness of Telecommunication-Based Media
  • 95% of schools have Internet access
  • 66% of teachers use the Internet in class
  • Desktop video conferencing – person-to-person real-time conference
  • Web training reduces printing and facility
combining telecommunications technologies
Combining Telecommunications Technologies
  • Breaking down the walls of the classroom – sharing ideas & information
  • Making a more national – international community
  • Technology is becoming more useful, prevalent, “intelligent, & powerful ~ less intimidating, noticeable, demanding and expensive
application of advanced interactive technologies
Application of Advanced Interactive Technologies
  • Includes – multimedia, hypermedia & virtual reality
  • Main use to deliver basic courses across media sites
increased use of technology for inclusion
Increased Use of Technology for Inclusion
  • Meet special needs of students
  • Control rate of speech delivery
  • Enlarge information
  • Use a voice synthesizer
  • Take notes in Braille
schools of the future technology education
Schools of the FutureTechnology & Education
  • Must be perceived as useful
  • Must be easy to master
  • Must be nonthreatening
structure of the classroom
Structure of the Classroom
  • Then – single adult orchestrates diverse activities for learners
  • Now – division of labor – parents, volunteers, and student tutors
changing role of the teacher
Changing Role of the Teacher
  • Then – Information presenter
  • Now – Learning resources coordinator, facilitator, manager, counselor, and motivator
  • Independently with individuals or small groups
intelligent agents to assist learning
Intelligent Agents to Assist Learning
  • Computer program that appears to have the characteristics of an animated being.
  • Role – help students manage information, tutor, coach/mentor, tool for creating a student’s own personal intelligent agent
impact of new technologies on school media centers
Impact of New Technologies on School Media Centers
  • Then – shelving & circulation
  • Now – downloading & uploading-electronic receiving, storing, indexing, and distributing information to teachers, students, classrooms, and homes
increasing communication between schools and homes
Increasing Communication Between Schools and Homes
  • Teachers can send homework & assignments via email
  • Parents, students and teachers can interact about assignments
the home as center for technology based learning
The Home as Center for Technology-Based Learning
  • E-mail study groups
  • Web-based research
  • Computer based educational software
closing the technology gap
Closing the Technology Gap
  • Making sure low-income students have access to computers
  • Training computer skills to workers
workplaces of the future
Workplaces of the Future
  • Increasing Importance of Technology – workers will need technical skills in communication, problem solving & production
  • Changing Workforce – diverse, variety of languages and various abilities
  • Changing Nature of Work – telework – mobile work place
  • Changing Nature of Training – just-in-time training & cross training
  • Assessment of Training – Total Quality Management – learner satisfaction, skill demonstration, transfer to job, impact on goals
welcome to the 21 st century
Welcome to the 21st Century
  • Teaching & Learning w/Traditional Media & New Technology – using the right tool
  • Continuing Development of Hardware & Software – faster than expectations
  • E-books & E-paper – blend traditional book & computer
  • Software Developments – digitization of information, amateurs can produce professional quality work
the future
The Future
  • Changes are happening faster than we can anticipate
  • Exciting things just around the corner

The End!