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ICT

VOCABULARY

WHAT DO THEY MEAN?


ONLINE LEARNING
E-LEARNING
BLENDED LEARNING
VIRTUAL LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS
INTERACTIVE WHITEBOARD (IWB)
CLASSROM 1.0
CLASSROOM 2.0

ON-LINE LEARNING / E-LEARNING


The

use
ofelectronic mediaandinformation and communication
technologies(ICT) in education.
It includes all forms of educational technologyinlearningandteaching.
It is inclusive of, and is broadly synonymous withmultimedia
learning,technology-enhanced
learning(TEL),computer-based
instruction(CBI),computer
managed
instruction,[1]computerbased training(CBT),computer-assisted instruction or computeraided instruction(CAI),internet-based training(IBT),web-based
training(WBT),online education,virtual education,virtual learning
environments(VLE),and digital educational collaboration.
The alternative names described above emphasize a particular aspect,
component or delivery method.

ON-LINE LEARNING / E-LEARNING


It

includes numerous types of media that deliver text, audio, images,


animation, and
streaming video.

It also includes technology applications and processes such as audio or

video tape, satellite TV, CD-ROM, and computer-based learning, as well as


web-based learning.

E-learning can occur in or out of theclassroom. (Asynchronous learningor


synchronous learning).

E-learning

is suited todistance learningand flexible learning, but it can


also be used in conjunction with face-to-face teaching.

BLENDED LEARNING:
Distance and flexible learning that can also be used

in

conjunction with face-to-face teaching.

Formal education program in which a student learns at least in

part through online delivery of content and instruction with some


element of student control over time, place, path or pace. While
still attending a school structure. So face-to-face classroom
methods are combined withcomputer-mediated activities.

VIRTUAL LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS:

(VLE) orlearning platform.


E-learningeducation system

based on thewebthat models


conventional in-person education by providing equivalentvirtual
access to classes, class content, tests, homework, grades,
assessments, and other external resources such as academic or
museum website links.
It is also a social space where students and teacher can interact
through discussions or chat.
Virtual learning environments are the basic components of
contemporarydistance learning, but can also be integrated with
a physical learning environment.

VIRTUAL LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS:

Synchronously

Asynchronously

Participants meet in real time, and Self-paced learning.


teachers conduct live classes in virtual
classrooms.
Students are expected to complete
lessons and assignments independently
Students can communicate through a
through the system.
microphone, chat rights, or by writing on
the board
Deadlines: but each student is learning
at his own pace.

INTERACTIVE WHITEBOARD (IWB):

It is a largeinteractivedisplay that connects to


acomputer.

projector projects the computer'sdesktop onto the board's surface


where users control the computer using apen,finger,or other device.

The board is typically mounted to a wall or floor stand.


They are used in a variety of settings, includingclassroomsat all levels

ofeducation, incorporateboard rooms and work groups, in training


rooms forprofessionalsports coaching, inbroadcastingstudios, and
others.

CLASSROOM 1.0 / WEB 1.0


WEBESTTICA CON DOCUMENTOS QUE JAMS SE ACTUALIZABAN Y LOS
CONTENIDOS DIRIGIDOS A LA NAVEGACINHTMLYGIF.
NAVEGADORES DE SLO TEXTO BASTANTE RPIDOS.
DESPUS SURGI EL HTML QUE HIZO LAS PGINAS WEB MS AGRADABLES A LA
VISTA, AS COMO LOS PRIMEROS NAVEGADORES VISUALES TALES COMO IE,
NETSCAPE, EXPLORER (EN VERSIONES ANTIGUAS), ETC.
LA WEB 1.0 ES DE SLO LECTURA. EL USUARIO NO PUEDE INTERACTUAR CON
EL CONTENIDO DE LA PGINA (NADA DE COMENTARIOS, RESPUESTAS, CITAS,
ETC), ESTANDO TOTALMENTE LIMITADO A LO QUE EL WEBMASTER SUBE A STA.
WEB 1.0 SE REFIERE A UN ESTADO DE LAWORLD WIDE WEB. EL CONCEPTO
WEB 1.0 SURGI SIMULTNEAMENTE AL DEWEB 2.0, Y SE USA EN RELACIN A
ESTE SEGUNDO TRMINO PARA COMPARAR AMBOS.2

CLASSROOM 2.0 / WEB 2.0


SITIOS WEB QUE FACILITAN EL COMPARTIR INFORMACIN, LAINTEROPERABILIDAD , EL
DISEO CENTRADO EN EL USUARIO 1Y LACOLABORACIN.
PERMITE A LOS USUARIOS INTERACTUAR Y COLABORAR ENTRE S COMO CREADORES DE CONTENIDO GENERADO
POR USUARIOS EN UNACOMUNIDAD VIRTUAL.
EJEMPLOS DE LA WEB 2.0 SON LAS COMUNIDADES WEB, LOS SERVICIOS WEB, LASAPLICACIONES WEB , LOS
SERVICIOS DE RED SOCIAL , LOSSERVICIOS DE ALOJAMIENTO DE VIDEOS , LASWIKIS,BLOGS,YFOLCSONOMAS.
SE REFIERE A CAMBIOS ACUMULATIVOS EN LA FORMA EN LA QUEDESARROLLADORES DE SOFTWARE Y
USUARIOS FINALESUTILIZAN LA WEB.
EN CONCLUSIN, LA WEB 2.0 NOS PERMITE REALIZAR TRABAJO COLABORATIVO ENTRE VARIOS USUARIOS O
COLABORADORES.
LAS HERRAMIENTAS QUE OFRECE LA WEB 2.0 NO SLO PERMITIRN MEJORAR LOS TEMAS EN EL AULA DE CLASE,
SINO TAMBIN PUEDEN UTILIZARSE PARA TRABAJO ENEMPRESA.
LA WEB 2.0 PERMITE A ESTUDIANTES Y DOCENTES MEJORAR LAS HERRAMIENTAS UTILIZADAS EN EL AULA DE
CLASE.
EL TRABAJOCOLABORATIVO ESTA TOMANDO MUCHA IMPORTANCIA EN LAS ACTIVIDADES QUE REALICEMOS EN
INTERNET.

ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF ICT IN EDUCATION


ICTS are a potentially powerful tool for EXTENDING EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES,
both formal and non-formal (rural populations, groups traditionally excluded from
education due to cultural or social reasons such as ethnic minorities, girls and women,
persons with disabilities, and the elderly, as well as all others who for reasons of cost
or because of time constraints are unable to enroll on campus).
ANYTIME, ANYWHERE.
ACCESS TO REMOTE LEARNING RESOURCES.ICT also facilitate access to
resource persons, mentors, experts, researchers, professionals, business
leaders, and peersall over the world.
ICTS HELP PREPARE INDIVIDUALS FOR THE WORKPLACE: workplace is
becoming more and more ubiquitous.

BENEFITS/ADVANTAGESOF ICT IN EDUCATION: GENERAL BENEFITS


Greater efficiency throughout the school.
Communication channels are increased through
email, discussion groups and chat rooms.
Regular use of ICT across different curriculum
subjects can have a beneficial motivational
influence on students learning.

BENEFITS/ADVANTAGESOF ICT IN EDUCATION: BENEFITS FOR TEACHERS

ICT facilitates sharing of resources, expertise and advice.


Greater flexibility in when and where tasks are carried out.
Gains in ICT literacy skills, confidence and enthusiasm.
Easier planning and preparation of lessons and designing materials.
Access to up-to-date pupil and school data, any time and anywhere.
Enhancement of professional image projected to colleagues.
Students are generally more on task and express more positive feelings when they use
computers than when they are given other tasks to do.
Computer use during lessons motivated students to continue using learning outside school hours.

BENEFITS/ADVANTAGESOF ICT IN EDUCATION: BENEFITS FOR STUDENTS


Higher quality lessons through greater collaboration between teachers in planning and
preparing resources .
ore focused teaching, tailored to students strengths and weaknesses, through better
analysis of attainment data.
Improved pastoral care and behaviour management through better tracking of students.
Gains in understanding and analytical skills, including improvements in reading
comprehension.
Development of writing skills (including spelling, grammar, punctuation, editing and redrafting), also fluency, originality and elaboration.
Encouragement of independent and active learning, and self-responsibility for learning.
Flexibility of anytime, anywhere access (Jacobsen and Kremer, 2000).

BENEFITS/ADVANTAGESOF ICT IN EDUCATION: BENEFITS FOR STUDENTS


Development of higher level learning styles.
Students who used educational technology in school felt more successful in school,
were more motivated to learn and have increased self-confidence and self-esteem.

Students found learning in a technology-enhanced setting more stimulating and


student-centred than in a traditional classroom.

Broadband technology supports the reliable and uninterrupted downloading of webhosted educational multimedia resources.
Opportunities to address their work to an external audience.
Opportunities to collaborate on assignments with people outside or inside school.

DISADVANTAGES OF ICT
Teachers attitude: some see it as a potential tool to aid learning whereas others seem
to disagree with the use of technology in early year settings.
Lack of knowledge: In theory some people may have the opinion that the teachers
who had not experienced ICT throughout their learning tend to have a negative
attitude towards it, as they may lack the training in that area of the curriculum.
Cost: the fact that computers are expensive.
Internet: the fact that there is no INTERNET at school or at home.