The role of technology in delivering the curriculum — Presentation Transcript
* 1. The Role of Technology in Delivering the Curriculum
* 2. Types of instructional media/technology Non-projected Media Projected MediaReal objects Overhead transparenciesModels Opaque projectionField trips SlidesKits FilmstripsPrinted materials (books, Films worksheets) Video, VCD, DVDVisuals (drawings, Computer/multimedia photographs, graphs, presentations charts, posters)Visual boards (chalkboard, whiteboard, flannel board, etc.)Audio materials
* 3. Factors for Technology Selection 1. Practicality – Is the equipment (hardware) or already prepared ...view middle of the document...
MediaMedia refers to all modes of communication, including print and audio- visual forms and their accompanying technology.
* 28. 35 mm. slides. 35 mm. still camera permits the production of slide transparencies from actual objects. Properly equipped with macro-lens attachments can also produce visuals from flat pictures of standard book.Overhead transparencies. The medium uses the overhead equipment by which 8x10 transparency materials are enlarged onto a screen through projection.Moving films. Come in three gauges, namely in 35, 16, and 18 mm. sizes. 35 mm. films are more practical for educational purposes.Types of Media
* 29. Types of MediaTelevisions or the beta-video system. The TV beta-video facility should not be seen merely as a boon to the families in the households.Charts. Self- made charts and posters serve as a basic and universal aid for bringing fascinating and exciting experiences in the classroom.Multimedia Presentation. Multimedia can mean either the use of media on a sequential arrangement on the use of various media presented simultaneously, as in the projection of several images, utilizing slides and moving films, on multiple screen.
* 30. Method
* 31. MethodMethods are the procedures of instruction selected to help learners achieve the objectives or to internalize the content or message.
* 32. Ten Method CategoriesPresentation. In the presentation method, a source tells, dramatizes, or otherwise disseminates information to learners.Demonstration. In this method of instruction, learners view a real lifelike example of a skill or procedure to be learned.
* 33. Ten Method CategoriesDiscussion. As a method, discussion involves the exchange of ideas and opinions among students or among students and teacher.Drill-and-practice. In drill-and-practice learners are led through a series of practice exercises designed to increase fluency in a new skill or to refresh an existing one.
* 34. Ten Method CategoriesTutorial. A tutor on the form of a person, computer software, or special printed materials- presents the content, poses a question or problem , requests a learner’s response, analyzes her response, supplies appropriate feedback, and provides practice until the learner demonstrates a predetermined level of competency.
* 35. Ten Method CategoriesCooperative Learning. Learner’s need to develop skills in working and learning together because their eventual workplaces will require teamwork.Gaming. Gaming provides a playful environment in which learners follow prescribed rules as they strive to attain a challenging goal.
* 36. Ten Method CategoriesSimulation. Simulation involves learners confronting a sealed down version of a real life situation. It allows realistic practice without the expense or risks otherwise involved.Discovery. The discovery method uses an inductive, or inquiry approach to learning; it presents problems to be solved through trial and error.
* 37. Ten Method CategoriesProblem...