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Technology for Teaching

Priscilla Norton, Debra Sprague
Format
Book
Published
Boston, MA : Allyn and Bacon, c2001.
Language
English
ISBN
0205309151
Contents
  • Chapter 1 Technology for Teaching 1
  • Education's Hope for Technology 1
  • Dilemma of Technological Innovation in Education 2
  • Technology's Place in Education 3
  • Chapter 2 Skills Software: Drilling and Practicing 9
  • Infusion Model 9
  • Two Software Examples 11
  • Features and Functions of Integrated Learning Systems 14
  • Shared ILS Features 16
  • Supporting ILS Instruction 20
  • Integration of ILSs with Classroom Curriculum 20
  • Learning with Integrated Learning Systems 22
  • Benefits of Integrated Learning Systems 23
  • Limitations of Integrated Learning Systems 24
  • Teaching with Integrated Learning Systems 27
  • Cooperative Use of Integrated Learning Systems 27
  • Using ILSs for Practice and to Support Teaching and Learning 28
  • ILSs, Curriculum, and the Power of Educational Technology 30
  • Chapter 3 Computer Graphics: Seeing and Rendering 35
  • A Role for Image Making in Learning 37
  • Features and Functions of Graphics Tools 38
  • Common Graphics Tools 38
  • Types of Graphics Programs 40
  • File Formats 44
  • Importing/Exporting Images 45
  • Obtaining Preexisting Images 46
  • Learning with Computer Graphics 49
  • Line and Shape 50
  • Color 51
  • Perspective 52
  • Composition 54
  • Teaching Students to Be Image Makers 56
  • Teaching with Computer Graphics 57
  • Five Kinds of Images and Their Purposes 58
  • Chapter 4 Word Processors, Desktop Publishers, and Web-Based Editors: Informing and Publishing 65
  • Features and Functions of Word Processors, Desktop Publishers, and Web-Based Editors 68
  • Anatomy of Word Processors 68
  • Features and Functions of Word Processors 69
  • Anatomy of Desktop Publishers 71
  • Features and Functions of Desktop Publishing 73
  • Anatomy of Web-Based Editors 74
  • Features and Functions of Web-Based Editors 75
  • Learning with Word Processors, Desktop Publishers, and Web-Based Editors 77
  • Advantages 78
  • Research on Learning with Word Processors 79
  • Role of Teaching 80
  • Teaching with Word Processors, Desktop Publishers, and Web-Based Editors 80
  • Writing across the Curriculum 80
  • Learning from Models 82
  • Choosing the Right Tool 84
  • Knowing Design Principles 90
  • Writing as a Process 95
  • Putting It all Together: Going Deapr 97
  • D in DEAPR 97
  • E in DEAPR 98
  • A in DEAPR 99
  • P and the R in DEAPR 99
  • Chapter 5 Databases: Organizing and Analyzing Information 103
  • Features and Functions of Database Tools 106
  • Database Structure 107
  • Types of Databases 107
  • Sources for Databases 110
  • Learning with Databases 120
  • Databases and Problem Solving 121
  • Research on Learning with Databases 121
  • Teaching with Databases 122
  • Learning to Use a Database 122
  • Databases as an Integrated Learning Tool 123
  • Chapter 6 Telecommunications: Communicating and Accessing 129
  • Defining Telecommunications 129
  • Features and Functions of Telecommunications Tools 132
  • Asynchronous Communication 133
  • Synchronous Communication 136
  • An Integrated E-Mail Lesson 138
  • Telecommunications Tools for Accessing Information 140
  • Learning with Telecommunications Tools 143
  • Netiquette 144
  • Dos and Don'ts 145
  • Search Strategies 148
  • Evaluating Information 151
  • Teaching with Telecommunications 153
  • Five Patterns of Telecommunications Use in Classrooms 154
  • Ten Telecommunications Strategies 155
  • An Integrated Internet Lesson 159
  • Chapter 7 Simulations: Experimenting and Structuring 163
  • Features and Functions of Simulations 166
  • Simulation Categories 167
  • Characteristics of Simulations 168
  • Sources for Simulations 171
  • Learning with Simulations 176
  • Research on Simulations in Educational Settings 176
  • Advantages Associated with Computer Simulations 177
  • Limitations Associated with Computer Simulations 178
  • Teaching with Simulations 179 --S Preparation 179
  • Debriefing 180
  • Group Work 180
  • Simulations as an Integral Part of Classroom Instruction 180
  • Chapter 8 Multimedia/Hypermedia: Representing and Connecting 187
  • Technology and Thought 189
  • Features and Functions of Multimedia/Hypermedia 190
  • Defining Multimedia 190
  • Creating Multimedia 191
  • Anatomy of Hypertext and Hypermedia 196
  • Creating Hypertext 198
  • Creating Hypermedia 200
  • Learning with Hypermedia 204
  • Effects of Hypertext in the Classroom 205
  • Hypermedia in the Classroom 206
  • Teaching with Multimedia/Hypermedia 207
  • Introducing Hypermedia 207
  • Using Templates 208
  • Curricular Ideas for Using Hypermedia 209
  • Evaluation of Hypermedia 213
  • Going DEAPR 214
  • Chapter 9 Mathematical Devices: Computing and Modeling 217
  • A Role for Higher Mathematics 219
  • Calculators as Learning Tools 220
  • Calculators in Schools 220
  • Graphing Calculators 223
  • Probeware 224
  • Teaching with Graphing Calculators and Probeware 227
  • Spreadsheets as Tools for Learning 228
  • Common Features and Capabilities of Spreadsheets 230
  • Advantages of Using Spreadsheets 232
  • Disadvantages of Using Spreadsheets 232
  • Using Spreadsheets in the Classroom 233
  • Programming Languages as Tools for Learning 235
  • Controlling the Computer 235
  • Flow Charting 236
  • Computer Languages 238
  • Logo 238
  • Learning with Logo 239
  • Teaching with Logo 240
  • Chapter 10 Emerging Technologies: Virtual Learning 245
  • Artificial Intelligence 245
  • Capabilities of Artificial Intelligence 247
  • Potential of Artificial Intelligence 249
  • Limitations of Artificial Intelligence 252
  • Virtual Reality 253
  • Capabilities of Virtual Reality 253
  • Potential of Virtual Reality 254
  • Limitations of Virtual Reality 257
  • Distributed Learning 259
  • Capabilities of Distributed Learning 260
  • Knowledge Webs 261
  • Virtual Communities 262
  • Synthetic Environments 262
  • Sensory Immersion 265
  • Emerging Technologies: Becoming Part of Educational Practice 265.
Description
xiii, 274 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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