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Chapter 1

Educational Technology in Context: The Big Picture


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Chapter 1: Main Concepts


1. Perspectives that define and shape technology uses 2. History of digital technologies 3. Hardware and software resources 4. Impact of four types of issues on technology in education
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Chapter 1: Main Concepts


5. Skills and technology literacy needed for the 21st century classroom 6. Rationale for using technology in education 7. Trends in emerging technologies
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Technology Integration in Action: Then and Now Phase 1 Analysis of Needs Phase 2 Planning for Integration Phase 3 Post-instruction analysis/revisions
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1. Perspectives on technology uses: Why we need the big picture


Learn key terminology Reflect on the past to shape the future Consider currentlyavailable resources and how to use them Look ahead to emerging trends
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1. Perspectives on technology uses: Four defining perspectives


Media and AV Todays definition
Vocational training Computer systems Instructional Systems and ID

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1. Perspectives on technology uses: Definitions in this textbook


Educational technology Integrating educational technology Instructional technology

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2. History of digital technologies: Four eras


PreMicrocomputer 1950s-1970s

Microcomputer 1970s-1990s Internet 1990s-2000s

Ubiquitous access 2000s-NOW


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2. History of digital technologies: What we learned from the past


Technology is no panacea Teachers are not developers. Possible does not equal desirable, feasible, or inevitable. Technologies change faster than teachers can keep up. Older technologies can be useful. Teachers always will be important than technologies.
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3. Todays technology resources: Hardware

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3. Todays technology resources:

Three categories:
Instruction Productivity Administrative

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4. Todays technology resources: Issues that impact technology uses


Social Cultural/ equity

Issues

Educational

Legal/ ethical

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4. Todays technology resources: Social issues


Social

Quality of life Fears about overuse Fears about misuses Risks of online social networking Problems with malware, spam, etc.
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4. Todays technology resources: Educational issues

Educational

Lack of funding Teacher/student accountability Debates on best practices Reliance on distance education
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4. Todays technology resources: Cultural and equity issues


Cultural/ equity

Digital Divide Racial and gender equity Student with special needs
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4. Todays technology resources: Legal and ethical issues


Hacking Safety The new plagiarism and academic dishonesty Illegal downloads & software piracy
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Legal/ ethical

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5. Technology literacy skills: Three kinds

Standards
ISTE National Educational Technology Standards (NETS) for Teachers, Students, and Administrators P21 21st Century Skills (for students) ICT Competency Standards for Teachers (for teachers)

URLs
http://www.iste.org/AM/Template. cfm?Section=NETS

http://www.p21.org http://cst.unescoci.org/sites/projects/cst/default.as px

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5. Technology literacy skills: Teachers portfolio options


Ready-made software packages PDF documents Multimedia authoring software Databases Websites Video

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5. Technology literacy skills: Development steps

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6. Developing a sound rationale for technology use: Research findings


Limitations of past research Initial findings on one-to-one computing initiatives

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6. Developing a sound rationale for technology use: Problem solving 1

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6. Developing a sound rationale for technology use: Problem solving 2

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6. Developing a sound rationale for technology use: Problem solving 3

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7. Emerging trends: Hardware/ software developments


1. Ubiquitous mobile computing 2. More open content 3. Increased ebooks 4. Augmented reality systems 5. Gesture-based computing
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7. Emerging trends: Educational applications


1. Flexible learning environments 2. Adaptable assessment Emphasis on communication and collaboration 3. Reliance on distance learning 4. More options for students with disabilities
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