Ambato Technical University Faculty of Humanities and Education Master of Information Technology and Educational Multimedia EVENT: TEACHER

: DATE: TECHNOLOGY DE LA INFORMATION INFORMATION II ANDREW MORALES MORALES FIALLO FIALLO 10, 24, MARCH 7, 21, APRIL 2007 1. OBJECTIVES: • Introduce to the maestrante to the present environment technological global education available through the Internet. • Applying the new technologies available on the Internet for education, and use a s a resource for the subjects in charge of maestrantes 2. METHODOLOGICAL STRATEGIES from one is intended by the maestrante awareness of the environment in which, after finishing his studies in this expertise, will d evelop its educational activities, meaning around the age in which we live, the information, of them will require a constantly strive to keep pace with the educ ational tools available to them. For this, students are asked to analyze in dept h the readings proposed, and socialize their findings to the class, using multim edia presentations using the computer, a data projector, and the Internet. Will explain the use of various tools and resources available on the Internet, and it s application to education, and students are asked to use these tools from the v ery start of this event. At the end of this event students will present a final paper, which consist of a letter detailing the technologies available on the Internet who want to apply b ack in your school. For evaluation purposes, students must make a presentation o f their work before the rest of the class, which explain the contents and tools that includes their work. The necessary tools and readings will be provided by t he teacher's proposed schedule is as follows: CHRONOLOGICAL EVENT PLANNING INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY II ACTIVITY FORM LONG TIME AND ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES face Saturday March 10 8:00 to 16:00 Presentation Groups Full Yahoo!, And information technology work grou

p used Internet Computer Data Projector Saturday 17 Virtual March to 16 Marc h 11 Contributions from members with reviews, abstracts and multimedia content (text, graphics, photographs, links, etc..) Groups of Yahoo! Face Saturday Marc h 24 8:00 to 16:00 participatory Class: Application of information technolog y to education work group Virtual Saturday March 31 25 to March 30 Contribut ions from members with reviews, summaries and multimediale s content (text, grap hics, links, videos, audio, etc.) Blogs educational online Face Saturday April 7 8:00 to 4:00 p.m. First review of the final work by per student presentatio n is preliminary recommendations for the final Internet Computer Data Projector Other Saturday April 14 8 Virtual April 13 Contributions of members with rev iews, abstracts and multimedia content (text, photos, links, videos, audio, etc. ) Moodle Platform Face-Saturday April 21 8:00 to 16:00 Socialization of fina l papers

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3. Learning Activities Learning activities are of three types: • Preparation of summaries of the readings, and their socialization, using new inf ormation technologies. • Participation in Forums

academic which has planned as follows: All students must propose a topic to academic forum, everyon e should bring at least two items proposed by fellow maestrantes, and each stude nt who receives a contribution must answer the donation. • Final work, which consists in rethinking their subject, including information te chnology proposed by the facilitator, and a writing course, which will contain d ata information, schedule, content and tools or technologies used, and photograp hs (snapshots ) of these tools. Each will be considered for evaluation. 4. CONTENT documents examined during thi s event will be facilitated by the teacher, and are all in electronic form in po rtable document files (PDF), consisting of research and public opinion worldwide and as regards local to new technologies and education 5. CHAPTERS OF THE EVENT FOUNDATION AND PHILOSOPHICAL SQUARING 5.1.EDUCACIÓN IN THE INFORMATION AGE 5.1.E DUCACIÓN Objectives: • • Locate the maestrante in the context of the information age to find the relationship between the age of information and education Contents: 1. Terms and definitions 2. The information age 3. The information in April. The computer 5. New information technologies 6. The school now 7. The new education 8. Characteristics of Learning 9. The New Space Education Teacher 10. The New 10.The 11.The Role of Information Technology in Education 11.The Referen ce: Electronic Books in "pdf" 5.2.LAS NEW APPROACH TO TECHNOLOGICAL EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGIES AND EDUCATION THE Objectives: • Analyze different points of view on the applications of new technologies to education trends Web 2.0 applied to onl ine education Web as a platform compatibility Beyond: The Web 2.0 shareability a pplied to distance learning educational software; The software education with IC T in education, opportunities, challenges Uses and abuses of the ICT in educatio n The teacher in the information age Contents: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Reference: Electronic Books in "pdf" METHODOLOGICAL TECHNOLOGICAL COMPONENT OF INTERNET AND EDUCATION 5.3.HERRAMIENTA S 5.3.HERRAMIENTAS Objectives: • • 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Make available the tools avail able on the Internet apply to education learn how to apply ICTs to education Contents: Learning Scenario B-learning Blogs and Wikis education and education t ools for education Google in Education Virtual platforms (Moodle, Yahoo Groups) Reference: Electronic Books in "pdf" PSYCHOPEDAGOGUE 5.4.SOCIEDAD COMPONENT OF T HE INFORMATION AND EDUCATION 5.4.SOCIEDAD Objectives: • To contextualise the stu dent in depth the implications of new technologies in education Reference: E-Book format "pdf" 5.5.EDUCACIÓN READING, 5.5.EDUCACIÓN, COMMUNICATI ON AND CULTURE IN THE INFORMATION SOCIETY: A LATIN AMERICAN PERSPECTIVE 5.6.LA EDUCATION IN THE INFORM ATION AGE: Promises and frustration 5.6.LA Objectives: • Monitor new technologie s purely from a Latin American perspective, and in contrast to applications in t

he same developed countries Reference: Electronic Books in "pdf" 6. ASSESSMENT AND ACCREDITATION ASSESSMENT 6.1.LA WILL BE THE 6.1.LA TAKING INTO ACCOUNT THE FOLLOWING PARAMETERS: Interest Participation Attitude Creativity Application Timeliness EVALUATION PROCESS 6.2.DESCRIPCIÓN 6.2.DESCRIPCIÓN Each activity planned by the teacher in which the maestrante intervention will be evaluated, allowing to perc eive the degree of assimilation and utilization of both the content and the tool s used. The accreditation will be individual. The final evaluation will take int o account the work done, how to socialize, the tools used and the degree of assi milation of the contents by the students 6.3.DETERMINACIÓN 6.3.DETERMINACIÓN ACC REDITATION following assessment will be considered: the first ACTIVITY Sociali zation face group work Level of contribution to group learning forum in Yahoo! Socialization of the second-to-face group work Level of contribution to the learning forum in blogs Socialization of individual work attendance percentag e 15% 10% 15% 10% 15% DE PARAMETERS

Level of contribution to the learning forum in blogs Socialization and delivery of final work TOTAL 10% 25% 100% 7. REFERENCES BARBIER, L. s / f. Education in the information age. INEA-SEP. 17 pp. Velasquez, F. (Ed.) 2001.€Information Society and Education. Mérida. 237 pp. BURGOS, D; CORBALAN, D. s / f. Modeling and use of learning scenarios b-learnin g environments from educational practice. Open University of The Netherlands. 11 pp. CASTRO, C. s / f. Education in the Information Age: Promises and frustratio ns. 12 pp. Carnoy, M. 2004. ICT in education: opportunities and challenges. http ://www.uoc.edu/inaugural04/dt/esp/carnoy1004.pdf UOC. 21 pp. CHAUPART, J. M. 200 1. Uses and abuses of new technologies in education. Universidad Industrial de S antander. 4 pp. Educastur. 2006. Blogs and Education. Introduction to educationa l use of blogs. http://blog.educastur.es Asturias, Spain. 8 pp. GONZALEZ A.; CAL DERON S., HIDALGO, R.; ROMERO C. s / f. Using Moodle platform in education. Univ ersity of Malaga. 10 pp. GROS, B. s / f. Educational software to teach with soft ware. 43 http://www.quadernsdigitals.net/articuloquaderns.asp?IdArticle=37 Unive rsity of Barcelona. 6 pp. HERNÁNDEZ, P. s / f. Trends Web 2.0 applied to online education. 16 pp. Hopenhayn, M. s / f. Education, communication and culture in t he Information Society: a Latin American perspective. http://liberarte.usfq.edu. ec/ Quito, Ecuador. 31 pp. Kotte, K. s / f. Use of the Internet applications for teaching and learning. Mayagüez Campus. 37 Diapsida. MORALES, A. 2006. Using a virtual learning platform and technology support to en hance learning of the subject of Biotechnology at the Faculty of Agricultural En gineering. Cevallos, Ecuador. 70 pp. TORRES, R. 2005. Education in the Informati on Society. 10 pp. http://www.vecam.org/ Valdiviezo, P. s / f. The teacher in th e new information age. UPTL. 8 pp.