Chapter 1 Theoretical Foundations by yurtgc548


									      Chapter 1
Theoretical Foundations
  Perry C. Hanavan, Au.D.
            Your Ideas
• Webcast
• Podcast
    Digital Communication Option
•   Websites            •   Multitasking
•   Instant messaging   •   Changing workplace
•   PDAs                •   New generation
•   Email               •   Emerging communication
•   Chat rooms              technologies
•   Discussion boards
•   Blogs
•   Web portals
•   VOiP
•   Web Conferencing
•   Cell phones
•   Smart boards
•   Podcasts
•   Television
•   Digital cameras
•   Tegrity
•   Webcasts
      The World is Changing
• FedExKinkos (go to Office Printing link)
• DiscoverCard
                      Four A’s
• Access
   – Need to expand student/teacher access to
     communication technologies and network information
• Assimilate
   – Need to find ways to incorporate communication
     technologies into classroom and curriculum
• Accommodate
   – Alter curriculum to fit to students new competencies
     and changing workplace
• Activity
   – Active learning experiences with more interactivity
            Why the Four A’s
•   Attendance improves
•   Achievement improves
•   Attitude improves
•   Writing content increases and improves
      What Works for Teachers
  – Access—to technologies in classroom
  – Encouragement—from all levels to use technologies
  – Inspiration—to try new technologies in novel ways
  – Organization—working with colleagues in groups
  – Underpinnings—technology plan, technology
    management systems, support services, reliable
  – Youth—youthful spirit, curious, willingness to play
    with new technologies
Visions 2020.2
Visions 2020.2
Visions 2020.2
        Educational Technology
• Broad vs. narrow definition
• The International Society for Technology in Education
   – (ISTE®)-- nonprofit professional organization with a worldwide
     membership of leaders and potential leaders in educational
   – Dedicated to providing leadership and service to improve
     teaching and learning by advancing the effective use of
     technology in K–12 education and teacher education.
   – Provide our members with information, networking opportunities,
     and guidance as they face the challenge of incorporating
     computers, the Internet, and other new technologies into their

   – NETS National Educational Technology Standards and
     performance indicators for teachers
              Teaching and Learning
• What is learning?
• How do we learn?            What is
                            both taught
                            and learned

  What is                                 What is
taught, but                                  not
not learned                                taught,
  (wasted                                    but
   effort)                                learned
  Learning as Communication
• Communications cycle
• Filters change the message
• Learning styles
        Perspectives of Learning
• Behaviorist
   – Pavlov
   – Watson
   – Skinner
• Cognitivist
   – Bruner
   – Ausubel
• Constructivist
   –   Papert
   –   Gagne
   –   Bandura
   –   Vygotsky
         View of the Learner
• Cognitive styles
  – Myers and Briggs
• Learning styles
• Intelligences
  – Gardner
        View of the Teacher
• Teaching style
     Holistive View of Teaching
     Learning, and Technology
• Why use technology
• Educational technology, past and present
      Teaching, Learning, and
      Educational Technology
• Your personal synthesis

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