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Integrating Technology into Teaching

Models Presentation

Jenesis Ramirez
GCU: TEC-561
11/01/17
Why Implement a Technology Integration Model
with Present Teaching Methods?
Resolution for present teaching issues
Students acquire skills from technology-assimilated
instructions
Digital instructional framework executes instructional tactics

Helps establish effective hi-tech learning atmosphere

Advantageous to progress/present 21 -century skills


st

Standards entail digital use by learners/educators

(Roblyer, 2016)
Value of Using Technology
Technology has a positive impact on
student learning by:
triggering learners to be inspired

students holding more information

offering meaningful and relevant

learning
(Costley, 2014)

http://hallr.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/Benefits-of-
Technology-in-the-Classroom.jpg
The Value of Using Technology

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Advancements in Technology
Technology has changed the
learning/teaching process by:
tailoring learning to specific

needs
acquiring technological
literacy skills as future
professionals
retrieving the higher-order skills

(Groff, 2013)

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technology-in-the-classroom.png
Advancements in Technology
The Internet altered educational
preparation with:

Distance Learning/Virtual Schools


Electronic eBooks/Articles
Mobile Access/BYOD
Open Access
Social Media
Digital Gaming

(Roblyer, 2016)
http://institute-of-progressive-education-and-learning.org/wp-
content/uploads/2014/02/Classroom-Technology-21.jpg
Learning Theory Application:
Behaviorism
Behaviorism associates learning with variations in either the
procedure or rate of recurrence of apparent performance.

Recollecting info
Dening and demonstrating ideas

Pertaining to descriptions

Routinely executing a specied practice

(Ertmer & Newby, 2013).


Learning Theory Application:
Behaviorism
Multimedia that supports
Behaviorism are:
Computer programs

drill-and-practice software

tutorial software

(Roblyer, 2016)

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content/uploads/2011/04/Kids-and-Computers2.jpg
Learning Theory Application:
Cognitivism
Emphasizes on the conceptualization of knowledge developments:

Rational thinking
problem-solving
data-processing
Highlighting on making information significant
use of advice to influence/support correct conceptual influences

(Ertmer & Newby, 2013)


Learning Theory Application:
Cognitivism
Multimedia that supports Cognitivism
are:
Presentations/Multimedia projects

Simulations for discovery learning

Audio-visual media (interactive


whiteboards)
Digital concept mapping

Computer-based memory games

Educational movies to relate to


learning

https://static01.nyt.com/images/2016/04/17/business (Roblyer, 2013)


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Learning Theory Application:
Constructivism
Constructivism generates sense from experience:

Interactive learning
Peer/Group association
Real-life, hands-on learning
Background knowledge
Original & Student-centered
Learners build own understanding

(Ertmer & Newby, 2013).


Learning Theory Application:
Constructivism
Multimedia that supports
Constructivism are:
PBL (project-based learning)

using technology
Creation of web-based sites or

digital stories
Online discovery learning

Global virtual collaboration

Social media to collaborate &


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content/uploads/2014/12/STEM-apps-in-classroom-
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Technology Integration Models:
SAMR
http://www.schrockguide.net/upload Examples:
s/3/9/2/2/392267/5805548.jpg?579 Substitution: Google Docs
for notetaking
Augmentation: Google
Docs for auto sharing
Modification:
NowComment.com for
collaboration/feedback
Redefinition: Nearpod for
presentations
(Schrock, 2017)
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technology-integration.jpg
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References
Churches, A. (2008). Blooms Digital Taxonomy. Educational Origami, 4. Retrieved
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Costley, K. C. (2014). The Positive Effects of Technology on Teaching and Student
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Groff, J. (2013). Technology-rich innovative learning environments. OCED CERI
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Schrock, K. (2017). Resources to Support the SAMR Model. Retrieved from
http://www.schrockguide.net/samr.html
Technology is Learning: SAMR Model. (n.d.). Retrieved from
https://sites.google.com/a/msad60.org/technology-is-learning/samr-model