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A REVIEW OF EDUCATIONAL 4.

To impart skills in planning, designing, using and


TECHNOLOGY 2 evaluating the technology-enriched teaching
learning process;
The Educational Technology 1 ( ET-1) has paved 5. To acquaint learners basic aspects of community
the way for the learner to become aware, education, functions of the school media center, and
appreciative and equipped to use educational finally
technology tools ranging from traditional to modern 6. To introduce the learner to what is recognized as
educational media. the third revolution in education, the computer

Educational Technology 1 focused on the PURPOSE OF EDUCATIONAL


following: TECHNOLOGY 2:

1. History of Educational Technology; Integrating Technology into Teaching and


2. Quality Education; Learning, specifically:
3. Roles of Educational Technology in the 21st
millennium 1. introduce, reinforce, supplement and extend the
knowledge and skills to learners so that they can
The Educational Technology 1 was also oriented become exemplary users of educational technology;
towards averting the dangers of dehumanization 2. involve a deeper understanding of the computer
which technology brings into societies, through as well as hands-on application of computer skills.
ideological propaganda, pornography, financial 3. help learners adapt to rapid and continuing
fraud, and other exploitative use of technology. technological changes, particularly in the thriving
global information and communication ( ICT)
4 PHASES OF APPLICATION TO environment.
INSTRUCTION BASED ON EDUCATIONAL
TECHNOLOGY 1: OVERVIEW OF EDUCATIONAL
TECHNOLOGY:
1. setting of learning objectives;
2. designing a specific learning experiences; 1. to provide education in the use of technology in
3. evaluating the effectiveness of learning instruction by providing knowledge and skills on
experience vis-à-vis the learning objectives, and technology integration-in-instruction to learners;
4. revision as needed of the whole teaching-learning
process or elements of it, for further improvement 2. impart learning experience in instructional
of future instructional activities. technology-supported instructional planning;

Educational Technology 1 refined the distinction 3. to acquaint students on Information Technology


between educational technology and other concepts, or IT related learning theories with the computer as
such as instructional technology ( which is the use tutor;
of technology in instruction, different from school
management, educational media ( or equipment and 4. to learn to use and evaluate computer-based
materials, apart from the teacher himself, ) audio- educational resources;
visual aids ( learning media to stir the senses for
more effective learning. 5. to engage learners on practical technology
integration issues including managing IT
In sum, Educational Technology 1 served: classrooms, use of internet for learning, cooperative
1. To orient the learner the pervasiveness of learning through the use of information technology;
educational technology in society; and
2. To lend familiarization on how educational
technology can be utilized as media for avenues 6. inculcate higher-level thinking and creativity
teaching-learning process in the school; among students while providing them knowledge of
3. To uplift human learning through the use of IT –related learning theories.
learning technology;
LESSON 3: chatting on line, downloading pictures and music,
surfing the web, etc. True to say, research shows
UNDERSTANDING TECHNOLOGY that multi-tasking can be detrimental since this
LEARNERS prevents concentration and the completion of
Today’s learners appear smarter, yet they can’t specific tasks. However, multi-tasking characterizes
read as their parents do and they are addicted to professional work in the new world of information
the internet. Even in classes, their concentration is technology. There is a need therefore to balance the
questionable as they are uneasy to simply sit and good and the possibly detrimental changes observed
listen. They become alive again through video among new learners on this digital age.
presentation, group activities and computer classes.
The concern for new learners is valid. On the other LESSON 4: BRIDGING THE GENERATION
hand it is to be admitted that our teachers today GAP
generally use that traditional educational program
applicable to learners of the past, acquainted with Technology as tools to support knowledge
linear, textual, and sequencing learning. They fail construction:
to realize that the new generation of the 21st
millennium is not the kind of learners that they  For representing learner’s ideas,
were, but are information technology or digital understanding and beliefs;
learner  for producing organized, multimedia
knowledge bases by learners;
1. There are positive benefits derived from the use
of information technology or digital resources and
these counter balance possible negative effects of Technology as information vehicles foe
technology on children. exploring knowledge to support learning-by-
2. daily exposure to high technology-personal constructing
computers, video game gadgets, cell phones,  for accessing needed information;
internet search sites stimulates the brain by  For comparing perspectives, beliefs and
strengthening and creating neural circuits. world views:
3. A current technological revolution is creating an
intellectual revolution, faster and better than ever Technology as context to support Learning by
before. Doing

The 19th century psychologist Jean Piaget  for representing and stimulating meaningful
presented a chart from childhood to adulthood with real-world problems, situations and contexts
the first two years of susceptible minds, six years of  for representing beliefs, perspectives,
acquiring communication skills, teenage years of arguments, and stories of others;
transition concrete thinking, and adult years of
 For defining a safe, controllable problem
abstract thinking and reasoning. space for students thinking
Given the digital age today, Piaget’s traditional
learning chart may have to be redefined. Even at the
Technology as a Social Medium to Support
very early stage at preparatory school, computer
Learning by Conversing
aided instruction are offered as digital tools. Digital
 for collaboration with others;
technology resources, such Ipod music devices,
 for discussing, arguing, and building
video games gadgets, computer games, mobile
consensus among members of a community;
phones, and the internet contribute to their digital
acculturation.  for supporting discourse among knowledge-
Truly, there are valid concern which must be met, building communities
and among these is the feared underdevelopment of
new learners along social face-to-face interaction Technology as Intellectual Partner to Support
skills. On the other hand, there is the phenomenon Learning-by-Reflecting
of the young generation taking on multi-tasking as  for helping learners to articulate and
they perform task simultaneously: watching video, represent what they know;
 for reflecting on what they have learned and Television
how they came to know it;
 for supporting learners internal negotiations PURPOSE OF INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN
and meaning making; … IS TO ENSURE ORDERLY RELATIONSHIPS
 for constructing personal representations of AND INTERACTION OF HUMAN,
meaning for supporting mindful thinking; TECHNICAL, AND ENVIRONMENTAL
RESOURCES TO FULFILL THE GOALS
SYSTEMATIC APPROACH TO TEACHING WHICH HAVE BEEN ESTABLISHED FOR
INSTRUCTION.

SYSTEMATIC APPROACH TO INSTRUCTION

SYSTEMATIC APPROACH TO TEACHING


The teacher the appropriate teaching methods to be
used, and in turn, based on the teaching method
selected, the appropriate learning experiences and
appropriate learning materials, equipment and
facilities will also be selected.

Learning Activities
- reading
- writing
-dramatization
- reporting
- presentation
- discussion…etc

LEARNING RESOURCES
Textbooks
pictures
Slides
Mock ups
Maps
Real objects
Charts
Flowcharts
Infographics
Posters
Computer