The Role of Technology in Delivering Curriculum

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The Role of Technology in Delivering Curriculum:

The Role of Technology in Delivering Curriculum

- in delivering curriculum the role of technology is very important -right at the planning phase of any instruction, aside from formulating the objectives and among other considerations, there is a need to identify what instructional media are to be utilized in the implementation.:

- in delivering curriculum the role of technology is very important -right at the planning phase of any instruction, aside from formulating the objectives and among other considerations, there is a need to identify what instructional media are to be utilized in the implementation.

Instructional Media:

instructional media should not be confused with the terms media technology or learning technology. Instructional media also referred as media technology or learning technology, or simply TECHNOLOGY. Instructional Media

Types of Instructional Media:

The plural form of the term media is used purposely to indicate that there are various forms of means used in implementing the curriculum. Technology offers various tools of learning ranging from projected and non-projected media from which the teacher can select. However, the teacher should be careful in the selection of appropriate technology that would match the supposed objective of the instruction. For example , will pictures be enough in presenting the story selection or will a video clip of the same be needed to capture the interest of the learners? Types of Instructional Media

Non-projected media include: Real objects, models, realia, diorama, fieldtrips, kits, printed materials such as books, magazines, worksheets; visual materials like drawings, pictures, graphs, charts; visual boards as chalkboard, whiteboard, flannel board; and audio materials. :

Non-projected media include: Real objects, models, realia , diorama, fieldtrips, kits, printed materials such as books, magazines, worksheets; visual materials like drawings, pictures, graphs, charts; visual boards as chalkboard, whiteboard, flannel board; and audio materials. Projected media cover overhead transparencies, opaque projection, slides, filmstrips, films, video, VCD, DVD, and computer or multimedia presentations.

Other technology applications:

Technology moves forward everyday. As technology progresses, education will continue to be shaped by it. Specifically, the selection and design of instructional media will become more sophisticated also. The concept of educational technology is very complex and becomes more sophisticated with the advent of what is called hypermedia or multimedia packages that include text, audio, graphics, animation and video. Hypermedia also finds an application in what is known as Information and Communication Technology that includes tutorial software packages, webpages, simulation games, project management packages, and others. O ther technology applications

Interactive Whiteboards SMART BOARDS and MIMEO BOARDS are interactive whiteboards which can be used by teachers and learners in manipulating texts, objects and in visiting websites for content review. :

Interactive Whiteboards SMART BOARDS and MIMEO BOARDS are interactive whiteboards which can be used by teachers and learners in manipulating texts, objects and in visiting websites for content review.

Example of Whiteboards:

Example of Whiteboards

Websites and Blogs Teachers can create websites and blogs to post lectures, assignments, communications, communications, and other learning materials. They also offer multiple representations of knowledge in the form of video, audio, text, image and data.:

Websites and Blogs T eachers can create websites and blogs to post lectures, assignments, communications, communications, and other learning materials. They also offer multiple representations of knowledge in the form of video, audio, text, image and data.

Social Networks Social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter, Gmail, Instagram have academic benefits if used for the purposes of assignments and class projects. :

Social Networks Social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter, Gmail, Instagram have academic benefits if used for the purposes of assignments and class projects.

Tablets and Mobile Devices Access to websites and other educational programs can be done through tablets and mobile phones, which are very much handy. :

Tablets and Mobile Devices Access to websites and other educational programs can be done through tablets and mobile phones, which are very much handy.

Criteria in Developing Visual Material and Presentation Children learn 83%- through the use of sight 10%- hearing 4% -smelling 2%- touching 1%- tasting When teachers develop visuals for a wide range of materials like visuals boards, overhead transparencies and other computer generated presentations, there are basic principles of design. :

Criteria in Developing Visual Material and Presentation Children learn 83%- through the use of sight 10%- hearing 4% -smelling 2%- touching 1%- tasting When teachers develop visuals for a wide range of materials like visuals boards, overhead transparencies and other computer generated presentations, there are basic principles of design.

1. Visual Elements- pictures, illustrations, graphics 2.Overall Look- Patterns of alignment, shape, balance, style and color :

1 . Visual Elements- pictures, illustrations, graphics 2.Overall Look- Patterns of alignment, shape, balance, style and color Principles of Design

We live in age when technological innovation is fast developing and this will always influence the trends in education. One of the current trends Is the increased use of new information and communication technology.:

We live in age when technological innovation is fast developing and this will always influence the trends in education. One of the current trends Is the increased use of new information and communication technology.

The following are the roles of educational technology in delivering the instructional program of the curriculum of school: 1. Catering to personalized and differentiated instruction adapted to different levels of learners using technology aided instruction. 2. Upgrading the quality of teaching and learning in schools by using technology as avenue for extended teaching and learning. :

The following are the roles of educational technology in delivering the instructional program of the curriculum of school: 1. Catering to personalized and differentiated instruction adapted to different levels of learners using technology aided instruction. 2. Upgrading the quality of teaching and learning in schools by using technology as avenue for extended teaching and learning.

3. Increasing capability of teacher to inculcate learning effectively and for learners to gain mastery of the lessons. 4. broadening of delivery of education outside schools through modern approaches to formal and informal learning. 5. revolutionizing the used of technology to boost educational paradigm shifts that give importance to students centered learning.:

3. Increasing capability of teacher to inculcate learning effectively and for learners to gain mastery of the lessons. 4. broadening of delivery of education outside schools through modern approaches to formal and informal learning. 5. revolutionizing the used of technology to boost educational paradigm shifts that give importance to students centered learning.

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