Education and Business Advisory Committee Meeting February

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Transcript Education and Business Advisory Committee Meeting February

Assumptions About
Technology
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Motivation
Individualized learning
Efficiency in information retrieval and storage!
Foster collaboration
Stimulate creative thinking and problemsolving
• Provide for active learning and studentcentered activities
• Enable persons with special needs
Establishing New Learning Environments
Traditional -------- Incorporating ------ New Environments
New Strategies
Teacher-centered instruction
Single sense stimulation
Single path progression
Single media
Isolated work
Information delivery
Passive learning
Factual/literal thinking
Reactive response
Isolated, artificial context
Student-centered learning
Multisensory stimulation
Multipath progression
Multimedia
Collaborative work
Information exchange
Active/exploratory/inquiry-based learning
Critical thinking, informed decision-making
Proactive/planned action
Authentic, real world context
Technology & Our Students
Undergraduate Courses
– Educational Computing and Technology
– Instructional Design Systems*
– Virtual Learning Communities*
– Integrating Technology into Teaching**
– Computers in the Curriculum**
* Developed as a result of the Link to Learn Grant
** Graduate and Undergraduate courses
U.S. Department of Education funding initiative
National Educational Technology
Standards
(NETS) For Teachers
April 2000
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Performance Profiles
1. General Preparation Profile: introductory skills, knowledge,
and attitudes
2. Professional Preparation Profile: integration of technology
and curriculum
3. Student Teaching/Internship Profile: application of
technology in student teaching/internships with students
4. First Year Teaching Profile: responsibility for use of
technology to support teaching, learning, communications,
management, and professional productivity in
their classroom
http://teacherworld.com/pottechstandards.html