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Instructional Technology for Teaching and Learning : Designing Instruction, Integrating Computers, and Using Media

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Edition:
2nd
ISBN13:

9780139140525

ISBN10:
0139140522
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
1/1/2000
Publisher(s):
Prentice Hall

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Summary

This book successfully integrates instructional design principles, methods, media, and computing, and it uses a learner-centered approach that focuses on how to design solid technology-enhanced instruction that increases learning. It details the basic theories and applications of educational technology in a reader-engaging format. Includes a new chapter,Using the Internet andDistance Education , which is particularly timely given the explosion of on-line technology. For educators and school administrators

Table of Contents

SECTION I INTRODUCTION TO INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY 1(62)
CHAPTER 1 Learning, Instruction, and Technology
3(20)
CHAPTER 2 Theory into Application
23(16)
CHAPTER 3 Computer Tools for Teaching and Learning
39(24)
SECTION II PLANNING 63(76)
CHAPTER 4 Developing a Plan
65(25)
CHAPTER 5 Identifying Methods and Media for Learning
90(25)
CHAPTER 6 Selecting Methods, Media, and Materials
115(24)
SECTION III IMPLEMENTATION 139(78)
CHAPTER 7 Using Methods and Media
141(21)
CHAPTER 8 Using Computers
162(27)
CHAPTER 9 Using the Internet and Distance Education
189(28)
SECTION IV EVALUATION 217(24)
CHAPTER 10 Evaluation of Students and Materials
219(22)
SECTION V TECHNOLOGY AND LEARNING TODAY AND TOMORROW 241(28)
CHAPTER 11 Issues and Directions in Instructional Technology
243(26)
APPENDIX A Understanding Computer Systems 269(6)
APPENDIX B Preview Forms for the Review of Instructional Materials 275(10)
APPENDIX C ISTE Recommended Foundations in Technology and Standards for Basic Endorsement 285(6)
GLOSSARY 291(10)
REFERENCES 301(4)
INDEX 305


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