Levels of Web Integration Levels of Web Integration Bonk et al 1999 Level 1 Marketing/Syllabi via the Web Instructors use the Web to promote course and teaching ideas via electronic fliers and syllabi. Level 2 Level 2 Student Exploration of Web Resources Students use the Web to explore pre-existing resources, both in and outside of class.
Level 3 Level 3 Student-Generated Resources Published on the Web Students use the Web to generate resources and exemplary products for the class. Level 4 Level 4 Course Resources on Web Instructors use the Web to create and present class resources such as handouts, prior student work, class notes and PowerPoint presentations.
Level 5 Level 5 Repurpose Web Resources Instructors take Web resources and course activities from one course and, making some adjustments, use them in another. Level 6 Level 6 Substantive and Graded Web Activities Students participate with classmates in Web-based activities such as weekly article reactions or debates as a graded part of their course requirements
Level 7 Level 7 Course Activities Extending Beyond Class Students are required to work or communicate with peers, practitioners, teachers, and/or experts outside of their course, typically via computer conferencing. Level 8 Level 8 Web as Alternate Delivery System for Resident Students Local students with scheduling or other conflicts use the Web as a primary means of course participation, with the possibility of a few live course meetings
Level 9 Level 9 Entire Course on the Web for Students Located Anywhere Students from any location around the world may participate in a course offered entirely on the Web. Level 10 Level 10 Course Fits Within Larger Programmatic Web Initiative Instructors and administrators embed Web-based course development within larger programmatic initiatives of their institution.
The Hybrid model Hannum 1998 Library Model Library Model Provides online resources to supplement learning Text book Model Text book Model Provides the learner with access to course materials online
Interactive Instruction model Interactive Instruction model Provides the learner with an engaging experience in learning where the student is interacting with the contents Computer Mediated communication model Computer Mediated communication model Provides the learner with the ability to communicate with other students instructors or experts Hybrid model: Hybrid model: incorporates two or more types of WBI Virtual classroom model Virtual classroom model On-line resources are used to facilitate colloborationn among students, between students and instructors and between a class and a wider community
What models have been used to encourage teachers to integrate the Internet in their classrooms? Model I: give student teachers courses in computers. Rationale: the teachers will learn how to use WORD, the Internet etc and will want to use it in their classes
Learn how to use technology Talk about what you could do in the classroom You don’t get to experience first hand- a “different” type of learning You don’t get to experience first hand- a “different” type of learning but can’t apply the technology in the classroom
Model II: Technology Infusion aspects of technology put into different subject matter courses long-term exposure to technology and technology modeling within subject matter not necessarily transfer from the course to actual teaching No assurance that the subject matter teachers model “good” use of technology
Model III: Case-based teacher education prospective teachers study and reflect on the efforts of existing teachers who have incorporated technology into their classroom practices. prospective teachers study and reflect on the efforts of existing teachers who have incorporated technology into their classroom practices. these lesson plans are not at our disposal