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How does learning take place? What conditions facilitate learning? What makes learning more permanent?
Technology in education Gadgets Instruments Machines Devices
Educational Technology: A definition Is the development, application and evaluation of systems, techniques and aids to improve the process of human learning.
Theories, Laws, Principles of Learning Methods and Strategies of Teaching EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY Material Tech Non Material Tech Lo-Technology Hi-Technology
INDIGENOUS INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL Realia - these are real object Models - Representation of an object
INDIGENOUS INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL Dioramas - static displays that combine a three-dimensional foreground with a two-dimensional background, thus creating an aura of solidity and realism.
INDIGENOUS INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL Mobiles - These are systems of two- or three-dimensional objects that are hung from the roof of a class by thread, thus producing a visually- attractive display whose shape is constantly changing due to air currents.
What instructional material is suited to my objective? What instructional material is available for my specific lesson. If there is none, shall I develop one? Shall I use the traditional technology or shall I use computer bases technology? Am I ready or my students ready?
Shall I use multimedia presentation? Is there a technology enabled environment to meet my needs? Shall I use overhead projector or dramatize my lessons? Shall I use film? If yes, what film? It really necessary to use film?
Shall I use audio recording or audio video clip? Why this audio recording? Why this audio video clip? What can this audio recording better do than audio video clip?
Arouse and sustain the interest and attention of the students. Concretize concepts and ideas to promote meaningful learning. Provide self-activities for independent learning. Promote continuity of thought.
Increase the quality of learning while decreasing the time spent. Check students preparedness. Make learning more interactive.
Previewing Effective timing Tying experiences Review or follow up
Size Relevance Color Economy Durability Easy to handle Novelty
Garo, Candelaria D. (2008). Theories and principles of educational technology. Mandaluyong City, Philippines: National Book Store, Inc.