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Chapter Twelve - 12 Preparing for Tomorrow’s Challenges Instructional Technology and Media for Learning Presented By: Ms. Yohana Lopez
Table of Content Introduction The ASSURE Model and 21 st Century Learning The ASSURE Model and 21 st Century Learning 21 st Century Teachers 21 st Century Teachers Technological Competence Information Literacy Technology-Focused Professional Development Professional Engagement 21 Century Environment The Global Classroom Technology for Inclusion Technology connects schools and homes The choice of Online Education Continues…
For teachers the use of variety media support the classroom instructions to be realistic and engaging. Multimedia and learning centers involve students. The effective use of key materials, objects, and models. Introduction Table of Content Technology of the 21 st Century Learning Technology of the 21 st Century Learning Types of Grants Writing a Grant Proposal Summary
Today’s society continues in a constant digital - technological advancement. This advancement is supported by the ASSURE model to aid teachers with technology-focused professional development, which will give the teachers skills to increase their students technological and media knowledge. Table of Content Introduction
The ASSURE Model is structured to help teachers achieve the 21 century classroom style. Its goal is to engage and empower the learning experience in and outside the school, and to prepare them to knowledgeable to assure their ethical participation in the globally networked society. STEPS: 1.Analyze learners 2.State standards and objectives 3.Select strategies, technology, media, and materials 4.Utilize technology, media, and materials 5.Require learner participation Table of Content The ASSURE Model and 21st Century Learning
Table of Content 21 st Century Teachers The role of the teacher includes the foundational responsibility of facilitating students to learn, improve student learning. The teacher needs to apply pedagogy and basic computer skills into the classroom. They also need to be technological competent and information-literate.
Table of Content Technological Competence Teachers in the 21 century need to go beyond computer literacy to attain technological competence. They need to integrate rich multimedia experiences into classroom activities that engage students in meaningful learning. Individualize instruction Assessment
Table of Content Information Literacy 21 st century teachers require a higher degree of capability of information literacy. Teachers need to locate materials from a variety of online sources and ensure the material is accurate, appropriate, and useable according to the copyright guidelines, and model information literacy to their students. To keep students and parents informed the should regularly communicate with them through e-mails, and develop and maintain a classroom web-site. Teachers should participate in opportunities to increased their experience in using technology and media learning.
Table of Content Technology-Focused Professional Development Long term and consistent professional development is necessary for teachers to maintain proficiency and to have a positive impact on student learning Teacher professional development consists of six components: 1. Preservice technology training aligned to inservice expectations. Modeling of technology used by trainers and experienced teachers. Communicate of practice Professional engagement School and district leadership modeling technology use. Online learning professional development
Table of Content National Educational Technology Standards for Teachers (NETS-T) 1.Facilitate and Inspire Student Learning and Creativity 2.Design and Develop Digital-Age Learning Experiences and Assessments 3.Model Digital-Age Work and Learning 4.Promote and Model Digital Citizenship and Responsibility 5.Engage in Professional Growth and Leadership
Table of Content Professional Engagement Infer teacher involvement in professional organizations that support educators interest in technology and media to improve learning. Example: (ISTE) International Society for Technology in Education (AACE) Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (USDLA) United States Distance Learning Association (GSN) Global SchoolNet Foundation State Organizations: These are national professional organizations with state or local affiliation. Professional Journals: Organizations that lead instructional technology and media, and publish journals of interest to their members. “Green Products” that offer interactive links to add additional information.
Table of Content 21 st Century Learning Environment It goes beyond the traditional classroom, and it expands primary sources of information. The Global Classroom : Use a complex satellite system that is connected to an invisible digital network. Technology for Inclusion: the technology access is still underserved for several students. (Digital exclusion) Low income and minority learners English Language Learners Learners with Disabilities
Table of Content Technology Connects Schools and Homes Teachers have greater opportunities of communicate with students and parents through technology. Ex. Class websites E-mail Interactive links Educational sites and software Students personal data access
Table of Content The Choice of Online Education 21 st Century learning environment provides new opportunities for teachers to expand students teaching opportunities by developing instructional sites for distance educational programs (Online Learning). Florida Virtual Schools (FLVS)
Table of Content Technology Grants for 21 st Century Learning Technology is continuously increasing and many teachers prefer to have a class set of computers in their class to deliver instructions. Many teachers ask for a technology grant to solve this dilemma. Government grant Organization Grant
Table of Content Writing a Grant Proposal Writing a Grant Proposal requires to be creative by following a clear and structured process to describe how the funds will be used to achieve the overall purpose of the grant. Title page Project abstract Statement of the Problem Needs Project description Resources Evaluation Plan Appendices
Table of Content Summary 21 st Century learning environment provides new opportunities for teachers to expand students learning opportunities by creating “global classrooms.” They also use technology and media to address diverse needs of students, to improve communication with students and parents, and to explore a broad online learning options to better meet individual learning requirements of students.
Table of Content References Smaldino, Sh., Lowther, D., Russell, J.. (2012) “Instructional Technology and Media for Learning.” Pearson.