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Technology in Education : 

Technology in Education Suzanne McIlwain Mary-Kay Hutchinson

First computer used forinstruction : 

First computer used forinstruction 1950

First computerused withschoolchildren : 

First computerused withschoolchildren 1959

The term“Computer Literacy”is coined : 

The term“Computer Literacy”is coined Late 1970’s

Firstmicrocomputersenter schools : 

Firstmicrocomputersenter schools 1977

World Wide Web is born : 

World Wide Web is born 1994

The International Society for Technology Education creates standards to guide technology skills : 

The International Society for Technology Education creates standards to guide technology skills 1998

Internet use explodesOnline & distance learningincreases in higher education, then in K - 12 schools : 

Internet use explodesOnline & distance learningincreases in higher education, then in K - 12 schools 2000 & Beyond

Why use Technology? : 

Why use Technology? Motivation Enhanced instructional methods Increased productivity Required information age skills

Motivation : 

Motivation Gain learner attention Support for manual operations in higher-learning Illustrations of real-world relevance Engagement in production work Connections with distance audiences

Enhanced Instructional Methods : 

Enhanced Instructional Methods Interaction and immediate feedback Illustrative connections between skills and applications Visual demonstrations Opportunities to study systems in unique ways Unique information sources and populations Self-paced learning Access to learning Access to learning opportunities Cooperative learning

Increased productivity : 

Increased productivity Saving time on production tasks Grading and tracking student work Faster access to information sources Saving money on consumable materials

Required information age skills : 

Required information age skills Technological literacy Information literacy Visual literacy

Shift Happens : 

Shift Happens http://youtube.com/watch?v=FqfunyCeU5g

Issues Shaping the Use of Technology : 

Issues Shaping the Use of Technology Educational Cultural Legal/Ethical Societal

Educational : 

Educational standards movement reliance on Internet and on distance education debate over directed vs. inquiry-based, constructivist instructional methods

Cultural : 

Cultural digital divide racial and gender equity special needs

Legal and Ethical : 

Legal and Ethical viruses/hacking, plagiarism, privacy/safety, copyright, and illegal downloads/software piracy

Societal : 

Societal economic conditions anti-technology positions impact of the NCLB Act of 2001

Trends in Technology : 

Trends in Technology Current Trends Advantages of Technology Disadvantages of Technology Group’s Position and Prediction

Current Trends : 

Current Trends wireless connectivity merging of technologies developments in portable devices availability of high-speed communications visual immersion systems intelligent applications

Advantages : 

Advantages Offers flexible learning environment Monitor student progress Access to internet and distance learning Opportunities for students with disabilities

Disadvantages : 

Disadvantages Distraction Costly and time consuming Blocks imaginations Safety issues

Group Opinion and View : 

Group Opinion and View We are pro-technology!!!