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  1. PERIPHERAL DEVICES Robbie Peters 0050072383 EDC3100

  2. Jason, a 17-year-old year 12 student, woke up early Friday morning to download this week's U.S. History podcast to his iPod. As he got into his car for the one-hour commute to campus, he put on his ear buds and began to listen to his professor's test review session. The lecture ended as he entered the student parking lot. Before exiting the car, Jason received a text message on his smart phone from Paula, his study partner. She had some questions and wanted to meet up with him in the library before the test. He pulled out his laptop and backpack before locking the car door. By the time he reached the library, Paula was already connected and online at her favourite table. She was busily transferring the professor's lecture notes from the course Web site to her pen drive. "What's the answer to question number three?" she asked as Jason sat down. "I don't know," he answered; "Why don't you Google it to find out?" "I've got a better idea," she responded. "Why don't you IM the professor? He's online right now.“ Professor Davis was on his way back to his office from Media Services when a familiar chime let him know that someone was IMing him. He pulled out his PDA and read the message. With stylus in hand, he typed the response, "Call me." Ten seconds later, his cell phone rang. "Hello?" "Hi, Dr. Davis. Jason and I are in the library and we are having a hard time answering question number three.“ "Are you in front of your computer?" Dr. Davis asked. "Yes, we are.“ "Go to this week's lecture notes and review the section on Western Expansion. You'll find what you are looking for there." "Thanks a lot," Paula answered. "We'll see you in class."

  3. WHAT ARE PERIPHERAL DEVICES Peripheral devices are classified as internal, external and storage devices which are connected to a host computer but are not part of it. (ITLibrary, 2004)

  4. Some Examples

  5. “I want more peripherals! I love them, my students love them, the parent love them, and my teachers lover them. They make desktops more useful than can be imagined.” (Education Pioneers 2003)

  6. Appropriate Software Schools must budget for appropriate technology Appropriate peripheral devices can enhance student learning Teacher knowledge Appropriate peripheral devices can transform learning

  7. Pros & Cons

  8. My Position The integration of ICT is important in the current transition of the educational environment. Students are now being exposed to technology at a much younger age, and the use of technological devices has become second nature. However I believe to successfully integrate different devices proper teacher training must be completed.

  9. Legal & Ethical Issues Privacy Monitor students access Use of peripheral devices correctly Monitor information entering and leaving the classroom

  10. Subject Specific Devices

  11. Pedagogical Inclusion “Curriculum planners need to make smart choices about technologies that blend naturally and comfortably into all other content areas.” (McKenzie, 2004)

  12. 6 Learning Stages Behaviourism – Quick feedback or reinforcement Constructivism – Enable immersive experiences such as those provided by simulations or games Situated Learning – Creates authentic or ‘context aware’ learning environment Collaborative Learning – Additional means of communicating, gathering and sharing information Informal – Convenient source of information or means of communication that assist with learning Support – provide access to learning resources not readily available without the use of these devices

  13. Conclusion Successful integration of peripheral devices into education is not an effortless transition however can prove extremely beneficial to students. ICT’s have the potential to transform teaching and learning and in some classrooms it already has!

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