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Teaching and Learning with Technology (with Skill Builders CD),9780205430482

Teaching and Learning with Technology (with Skill Builders CD)

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---EXAM COPY VERSION--- ";This book has all the potential of becoming a classic for teaching how to integrate technology into the curriculum."; Laura E. Sujo de Montes-Northern Arizona University ";A book that is ostensibly about instructional technology but is more deeply about the nature of the educational enterprise and the role technology can play in support of learning for all."; Excerpt from the Forward by David Thornburg Written by teachers for teachers, this text offers a clear and current look at educational technology within a framework of teaching and learning to help pre-service and in-service teachers explore, evaluate and effectively integrate the full range of instructional technologies in their classrooms. New To This Edition NEW! Every copy of the text comes with a FREE student CD-ROM. The CD contains beautifully illustrated, hands-on activities that build students' skills in using popular software applications and in understanding hardware. The new CD now includes a trial version of Inspiration. NEW! ";On CD"; icons included throughout each chapter. These icons integrate the information and activities found on the student CD-ROM with each chapter's content. NEW! ISTE standards listed at the beginning of each chapter. These chapter openers indicate how chapter content matches specific NETS-T standards. NEW! Problem-Based Learning section features three realistic critical-thinking scenarios to help students apply the educational technology concepts they acquire to the resolution of problems they might encounter when they teach. NEW! Interchapters found after Chapters 2, 4, 8, 10, and 12. The interchapters synthesize chapter content and present concise overviews of key technology topics in a dynamic, full color format. Many interchapters also include related activities and resources for students. NEW! Checklist for evaluating and purchasing technology (interchapter II). This technology buying guide provides structure and insight to help teachers and school leaders make informed decisions on purchasing hardware for their classrooms. NEW! Updated and revised for new and emerging technologies throughout the text. Updated for technological advances, this edition includes descriptions and applications of wireless connectivity, trends in computing, the use of handhelds and Tablet PCs in the classroom, innovative applications of software programs for the classroom, and a discussion of where educational technology is headed in the future. Package this text with MyLabSchool-a powerful set of online tools that bring the classroom to life! With real video footage of teachers and students interacting, an interactive system for collecting observations, and a seamlessly integrated suite of tools for lesson planning, portfolio development, and standards integration from TaskStream, you'll get a clear sense of what being in a real classroom is like! Visit www.mylabschool.com for more information! ---STUDENT VERSION--- MyLabSchool-a powerful set of online tools that bring the classroom to life! With real video footage of teachers and students interacting, an interactive system for collecting observations, and a

Table of Contents

CD and Web Resources xix
Foreword xxv
David Thornburg
Preface xxvii
PART I Technologies for Teaching and Learning
1(70)
Theoretical Foundations
2(30)
Real People, Real Stories
4(1)
What Is Educational Technology?
4(1)
Why Study Educational Technology?
5(2)
Teaching and Learning: A Closer Look at the Instructional Event
7(3)
What Is Learning?
7(1)
How Do We Learn?
7(3)
Learning as Communication: A Framework for Exploring Teaching and Learning
10(4)
In the Classroom: Filters Change the Message
12(2)
Perspectives of Learning
14(2)
The Behavorist Perspective
14(1)
Spotlight On B. F. Skinner
14(1)
Spotlight On Jean Piaget
15(1)
The Cognitivist Perspective
15(1)
The Constructivist Perspective
15(1)
Toward an Integrated View of Learning
16(1)
A View of the Learner
17(5)
Cognitive Styles
18(1)
Spotlight On Myers and Briggs
18(1)
Learning Styles
19(1)
Intelligence
19(3)
Spotlight On Howard Gardner
22(1)
A View of the Teacher
22(1)
Toward a Holistic View of Teaching, Learning, and Technology
23(4)
Why Use Technology?
23(1)
Educational Technology: The Past
24(1)
Educational Technology: A Modern View
25(2)
Teaching, Learning, and Educational Technology: A Personal Synthesis
27(1)
Key Terms
28(1)
Key Theorists
28(1)
Chapter Review
28(1)
What Do You Think?
29(1)
Learning Together!
29(1)
Hands-On!
30(1)
Real People, Real Stories
30(2)
Designing and Planning Technology-Enhanced Instruction
32(39)
Real People, Real Stories
34(1)
Building an Effective Learning Environment
35(2)
Spotlight On Dunn and Dunn
36(1)
Using an Instructional Planning System
37(1)
The Design Phase
37(1)
The Dynamic Instructional Design Model
38(14)
Step 1: Know the Learners
40(2)
Step 2: State Your Objectives
42(1)
Connecting Theory to Practice: How to Know the Learner
43(3)
Step 3: Establish the Learning Environment
46(1)
Learning Environment Rubric
47(1)
Connecting Theory to Practice: Targeting Learning with Performance-Based Objectives
48(1)
Step 4: Identify Teaching and Learning Strategies
48(2)
Connecting Theory to Practice: Environmental Factors That Nurture Learning
50(1)
Step 5: Identify and Select Technologies
50(1)
Step 6: Make a Summative Evaluation
51(1)
In the Classroom: Effective Learning Environments
52(1)
Using the DID Model to Plan Instruction
52(1)
Creating Lesson Plans from the DID Model
53(5)
Lesson Planning
54(1)
Readying the Learners
54(2)
Targeting Specific Objectives
56(1)
Preparing the Lesson
56(2)
The Lesson Planner: Practical Application of the DID Model
58(1)
Instructional Action Planning
58(2)
The Instructional Action Planner: Getting Ready to Teach
60(2)
Linking Planning, Teaching, Learning, and Technology
62(2)
Design
62(1)
Plan
63(1)
Act
63(1)
Planning for Technology in Teaching and Learning
63(1)
Key Terms
64(1)
Key Theorists
64(1)
Chapter Review
64(1)
What Do You Think?
64(1)
Learning Together!
65(1)
Hands-On!
65(1)
Real People, Real Stories
66(2)
Special Topic: The Evolution of Educational Technology
68(3)
PART II Applying Technologies for Effective Instruction
71(270)
Personal Computers in the Learning Environment
72(30)
Real People, Real Stories
74(1)
Computers, Teaching, and You
75(1)
How Does a Computer Work?
76(1)
What Do I Need to Know about Software?
76(6)
What Do I Need to Know about Hardware?
82(5)
Input Devices
82(2)
Output Devices
84(3)
The System Unit
87(1)
Storage
87(10)
Hard Disks
88(2)
Floppy Disks
90(3)
In the Classroom: Creative Teaching with Computers
93(1)
Removable Hard Disks
93(1)
Connecting Theory to Practice: Hand in Hand: E-Portfolios and Authentic Assessment
94(1)
CD-ROMs
94(1)
CD-Rs and CD-RWs
95(1)
DVDs
96(1)
Educational Computing
97(2)
Hardware Evaluation Rubric
98(1)
Key Terms
99(1)
Chapter Review
99(1)
What Do You Think?
100(1)
Learning Together!
100(1)
Hands-On!
100(1)
Real People, Real Stories
101(1)
Digital Technologies in the Classroom
102(30)
Real People, Real Stories
104(1)
Digital Technologies in the Classroom
105(1)
What Input Devices Are Helpful to Teachers and Learners?
105(11)
Scanners
105(2)
In the Classroom: Using a Scanner-Net Worth: 1000 Words
107(1)
Digital Cameras
107(2)
In the Classroom: In the Eyes of the Beholder: Digital Cameras and Teaching
109(1)
Graphics Tablets
110(1)
In the Classroom: Hand in Hand: Teaching with Handheld Computers
111(1)
Sound Input Devices
111(1)
Pen Input Devices
112(1)
Touch Screens
113(1)
Video-to-Digital Input
113(1)
In the Classroom: Touch Screen Technologies
114(1)
Electronic Whiteboards
115(1)
In the Classroom: Smart Whiteboards
115(1)
What Output Devices Are Helpful to Teachers and Learners?
116(4)
Data Projection Units
116(1)
LCD Projection Panels
117(1)
Data Projectors
117(1)
Scan Converters
117(1)
In the Classroom: The Whole Is Greater than the Parts
118(1)
Speakers and Headphones
118(1)
In the Classroom: The Second ``R'' and the Special Needs Student
119(1)
Emerging Digital Technologies for the Classroom
120(3)
Wireless Devices
120(1)
Handheld Computers
121(1)
E-books
121(1)
Voice-Activated Devices
122(1)
Portable Storage
122(1)
Computer System Enhancements
123(1)
Microprocessors
123(1)
Storage and Memory
123(1)
Virtual Environments
123(1)
From Hardware to Software
124(2)
Classroom Equipment Evaluation Rubric
125(1)
Key Terms
126(1)
Chapter Review
127(1)
What Do You Think?
127(1)
Learning Together!
127(1)
Hands-On!
128(1)
Real People, Real Stories
128(2)
Special Topic: Teacher's Buying Guide for Classroom Computers and Peripherals
130(2)
Administrative Software
132(38)
Real People, Real Stories
134(1)
What Do Educators Need to Know about Software?
135(2)
Evaluating and Using Productivity Software
137(20)
Word Processors
139(1)
Document Preparation and Editing
140(1)
Desktop Publishing
141(1)
Archiving and Printing
141(1)
In the Classroom: The Business of Writing
142(1)
Ready-Made Word-Processing Tools
142(1)
Issues in Teaching and Technology: Why Can't I Use the Word Processor I Already Know?
143(1)
Word Processors in the Classroom
144(1)
Electronic Spreadsheets
144(2)
Spreadsheet Organization
146(1)
Formulas and Functions
146(1)
What-If Analysis
147(1)
Charts and Graphs
147(1)
Templates and Macros
147(1)
Electronic Spreadsheets in the Classroom
147(1)
In the Classroom: Excel-lent Teaching with Spreadsheets
148(1)
Database Management Software
148(2)
Database Organization
150(1)
Sorting
151(1)
Querying
152(1)
Reports
152(1)
Database Management in the Classroom
152(1)
Presentation Software
152(1)
In the Classroom: Databases in Action
153(1)
Multimedia Elements
153(1)
Wizards and Templates
153(1)
Resource Libraries
153(1)
Hyperlinks
154(1)
Animation
154(1)
Printing
154(1)
Display Options
154(1)
Presentation Software in the Classroom
154(2)
In the Classroom: Pointing the Way: Presentation Technology
156(1)
Integrated Productivity Packages
156(1)
Evaluating and Using School and Classroom Management Support Software
157(6)
Productivity Software Evaluation Rubric
158(2)
Portfolio Assessment Software
160(1)
Organization by Standards and Competencies
161(1)
Observations
162(1)
Multimedia Samples
162(1)
Customization
163(1)
Hyperlinks
163
Evaluating and Selecting Support Software
160(3)
Software, Teaching, and Learning: A Practical Approach
163(3)
Classroom Management Software Evaluation Rubric
164(2)
Key Terms
166(1)
Chapter Review
166(1)
What Do You Think?
166(1)
Learning Together!
167(1)
Hands-On!
167(1)
Real People, Real Stories
168(2)
Academic Software
170(42)
Real People, Real Stories
172(1)
What Is Academic Software?
173(1)
Authoring Systems
173(7)
Hypermedia Authoring Systems
175(1)
Web Authoring Systems
176(1)
In the Classroom: Around the World in One Day! Using HyperStudio to Learn about Hispanic Countries
177(2)
Issues in Teaching and Technology: Copyright
179(1)
Using Authoring Systems in the Classroom
179(1)
Desktop Publishing Software
180(2)
Graphics Software
182(5)
Clip Art Libraries
183(1)
Paint and Draw Software
183(1)
Paint Programs
183(1)
Draw Programs
184(1)
Imaging Software
185(1)
Editing Software
186(1)
In the Classroom: Synergy at Work
186(1)
Reference Software
187(2)
Tutorials and Drill-and-Practice Software
189(3)
Tutorials
189(1)
Academic Software Evaluation Rubric
190(1)
Drill-and-Practice Software
191(1)
Educational Games
192(3)
In the Classroom: Academic Software to the Rescue
193(2)
Simulations
195(1)
Special Needs Software
195(1)
Integrated Learning Systems
196(2)
Connecting Theory to Practice: Software and Learning
197(1)
Other Academic Software
198(3)
Problem-Solving Software
198(1)
Computer-Assisted Instruction
198(1)
Issues in Teaching and Technology: Who Decides?
199(1)
Brainstorming/Concept-Mapping Tools
200(1)
Academic Software in Teaching and Learning
201(1)
Key Terms
202(1)
Chapter Review
202(1)
What Do You Think?
202(1)
Learning Together!
203(1)
Hands-On!
203(1)
Real People, Real Stories
204(8)
What Would You Do? Creating the Ideal Classroom
206(2)
What Would You Do? Creating a Grade-Level Web Site
208(2)
What Would You Do? Training Teachers for Technology Integration
210(2)
Networks and the Internet
212(30)
Real People, Real Stories
214(1)
What Do I Need to Know about Computer Networks?
215(2)
Networking Basics
215(2)
Network Connectivity, Communications, and Security
217(3)
Sharing and Communicating via a Network
220(7)
Networked Programs
220(2)
Shared Data
222(1)
Shared Administrative Tools
223(1)
Shared Academic Tools
223(1)
In the Classroom: The More We Get Together: School Networks
224(1)
Shared Hardware
224(1)
Communicating via Email
224(3)
Expanding Connectivity through Telecommunication
227(1)
Telecommunication Technologies
227(2)
Modems
227(1)
Home-to-Network Connections
228(1)
The Internet: Connecting Networks to Networks across the Globe
229(1)
Internet Tools and Services
230(1)
Internet Service Providers
230(1)
Internet-Based Communications
231(5)
Email
231(2)
Conferences
233(1)
Mailing Lists
234(1)
Chats
234(1)
In the Classroom: ``You've Got Mail'': Chats and Email in the Classroom
234(1)
Videoconferencing
235(1)
Other Internet Services
236(2)
FTP
236(1)
Newsgroups
237(1)
The World Wide Web
237(1)
Using the Internet in Teaching and Learning
238(1)
Key Terms
239(1)
Chapter Review
239(1)
What Do You Think?
239(1)
Learning Together!
240(1)
Hands-On!
240(1)
Real People, Real Stories
241(1)
Using the Web for Teaching and Learning
242(36)
Real People, Real Stories
244(1)
What Is the World Wide Web?
245(7)
Web Sites: Linked Web Pages
245(1)
Web Browsers
245(1)
Locating Web Pages
245(1)
Creating and Evaluating Web Sites
246(1)
Multimedia on the Web
247(1)
Graphics
247(1)
Web Site Evaluation Rubric
248(1)
Audio
249(1)
Video
249(1)
Virtual Reality
250(1)
Search Engines
250(1)
In the Classroom: A Research Tool for All Seasons: Web-Based Research
251(1)
Portals
252(1)
Educational Resources on the Web
252(6)
Online Publications
252(2)
Online Professional Organizations
254(1)
Weblogs
254(1)
Governmental Sites
255(1)
Education Portals
256(1)
Favorite Links
256(1)
Classroom Management Tools
257(1)
Academic Tools
257(1)
Web-Enhanced Instruction
258(4)
Enhancing Classroom Communication
258(1)
Linking Your Students to Their World
259(1)
In the Classroom: Keeping in Touch: The Web for Student Communications
260(1)
Building Bridges to Parents and the Community
260(1)
In the Classroom: Weaving a Web to Families and the Community
261(1)
Class Web Sites
262(1)
Web Authoring Tools
263(3)
Word Processors
263(1)
Desktop Publishing Software
264(1)
Dedicated Web Development Software
265(1)
Moving Your Site to the Internet
266(2)
Adding Your Site to the School or District Site
266(1)
Uploading to a Web Host
266(1)
Uploading to a Private Host
267(1)
Uploading to Academic Web Services
268(1)
Internet Issues and Concerns
268(2)
Acceptable Use
268(1)
Privacy
268(1)
Filtering
268(1)
Academic Web Site Evaluation Rubric
269(1)
Using the Internet in Teaching and Learning: Final Thoughts
270(1)
Key Terms
270(1)
Chapter Review
271(1)
What Do You Think?
271(1)
Learning Together!
271(1)
Hands-On!
272(1)
Real People, Real Stories
272(2)
Special Topic: Designing Classroom Web Site
274(4)
Audio and Visual Technologies
278(32)
Real People, Real Stories
280(1)
What Do I Need to Know about Audio and Visual Technologies?
281(1)
Audio, Visual, and Digital Technologies in Instruction
281(3)
Audio in Teaching and Learning
284(3)
Understanding Listening and Learning
284(2)
Media to Enhance Listening
286(1)
In the Classroom: Little (and Big) Pitchers: Building Listening Skills with Technology
286(1)
Traditional Audio Media
287(3)
Audiocassettes
287(2)
In the Classroom: Voices from the Past: Oral History as a Learning Adventure
289(1)
Broadcast Audio
290(1)
Digital Audio Media
290(3)
Optical Media
290(1)
Internet Audio
290(2)
In the Classroom: Something for Everyone and News as It Happens! Teachers Using Digital Audio and Internet Radio
292(1)
Internet Radio
293(1)
Visual Technologies in Teaching and Learning
293(1)
Visual Communication and Learning
294(2)
Visual Display Rubric
296(1)
Nonprojected Visuals in Teaching and Learning
296(5)
Real Objects
297(1)
Models
297(1)
Exhibits
297(1)
Print Materials
298(1)
Issues in Teaching and Technology: Paivio's Dual Coding Theory
299(1)
Graphics and Photographs
299(1)
Display Technologies for Nonprojected Visuals
299(2)
Projected Visuals in Teaching and Learning
301(5)
Overhead Projectors
301(3)
Digital Projectors
304(1)
Document Cameras
304(1)
In the Classroom: Multitasking Partnership: Projection Technology Helps Out
305(1)
Multimedia in Teaching and Learning
306(1)
Key Terms
307(1)
Chapter Review
307(1)
What Do You Think?
307(1)
Learning Together!
308(1)
Hands-On!
308(1)
Real People, Real Stories
309(1)
Video Technologies
310(31)
Real People, Real Stories
312(1)
What Do I Need to Know about Video Technologies?
313(1)
Understanding Video Technologies
313(3)
Traditional Video Technologies
316(4)
Broadcast Video
316(1)
In the Classroom: It's Still a Favorite: Broadcast Video for Teaching
317(1)
Narrowcast Video
317(1)
Cablecast Video
318(1)
Recorded Video Technologies
318(1)
In the Classroom: ``Late Breaking News!'' Video Productions Bring School News
319(1)
Digital Video Technologies
320(5)
Digital Video Basics
320(1)
DVDs
321(1)
Digital Video Capture
321(1)
Digital Video Cameras
322(1)
In the Classroom: Picture This! Digital Video in the Classroom
323(1)
Digital Video Editing
323(2)
Compressed Video Systems
325(1)
Internet Video
325(3)
Internet Broadcasts
325(2)
Live Cams
327(1)
Internet Meetings
327(1)
Using Motion Video in Teaching and Learning
328(6)
Preview and Evaluation of Video Media
328(1)
Video Evaluation Rubric
329(1)
In the Classroom: All the World's Their Stage: Internet Video in the Schools
330(1)
Creating Videos for Teaching and Learning
330(1)
Implementing Video in Instruction
331(2)
Connecting Theory to Practice: Theory, Videos, and Study Guides
333(1)
Videos for Teaching and Learning
334(1)
Key Terms
334(1)
Chapter Review
335(1)
What Do You Think?
335(1)
Learning Together!
336(1)
Hands-On!
336(1)
Real People, Real Stories
336(2)
Special Topic: Teachers and Copyrights
338(3)
PART III Technology in Schools: Changing Teaching and Learning
341(70)
Distance Education: Using Technologies to Redefine the Classroom
342(34)
Real People, Real Stories
344(2)
What Do I Need to Know about Distance Education?
346(2)
Distance Education: A Brief History
348(2)
Distance Education and Alternative Delivery Systems
350(1)
In the Classroom: Time and Space Are Relative: K-12 Teachers Using Distance Education
350(1)
Designing Instruction for Alternative Delivery
351(5)
Beyond the Lesson Plan
351(2)
Preparing Students
353(1)
Planning Ahead for Murphy's Law
354(2)
Providing Feedback
356(1)
Evaluating Progress
356(1)
Support Technologies for Distance Teaching and Learning
356(10)
Support Technologies for Synchronous Instruction
357(1)
Telephone Technologies
357(2)
Connecting Theory to Practice: Comparing Apples and Apples: Which Is More Effective---Distance Education or Face-to-Face Instruction?
359(1)
Videoconferencing
360(1)
In the Classroom: Over and Back! Compressed Video for Education
361(1)
Internet Chats
361(1)
Internet Classroom Sites
362(1)
Support Technologies for Asynchronous Instruction
363(1)
Telephone Technologies
363(1)
Electronic Mail
364(1)
In the Classroom: The More We Get Together! Email in Teaching
364(1)
Electronic Conferences
365(1)
Class Web Sites
366(1)
Providing Interactivity via Distance Support Technologies
366(1)
Alternative Delivery to Enhance Traditional Classrooms
366(3)
Connecting Theory to Practice: Distance Technologies and Social Learning
367(1)
Using Distance Education Tools for Alternative Learning
367(1)
Individualizing Instruction
367(1)
Promoting Interaction
368(1)
Enhancing Independent Learning
368(1)
In the Classroom: The Whole Is Greater than the Total of Its Parts: Enhancing Traditional Teaching
369(1)
Issues in Implementing Distance and Alternative Delivery Systems
369(2)
Teacher and Student Readiness
369(1)
Preparation and Classroom Management Time
370(1)
Technical Support
370(1)
Instructional Support
370(1)
Copyright
371(1)
Reinventing the Classroom: The Future of Distance and Alternative Delivery
371(1)
Key Terms
372(1)
Chapter Review
373(1)
What Do You Think?
373(1)
Learning Together!
373(1)
Hands-On!
374(1)
Real People, Real Stories
374(2)
Issues in Implementating Technology in Schools
376(35)
Real People, Real Stories
378(2)
Planning for Technology
380(1)
Legal Issues in the Digital Age
380(7)
Copyright and Fair Use
381(1)
Privacy
382(2)
Issues in Teaching and Technology: Protecting Privacy
384(1)
Acceptable Use
384(1)
Software Piracy
385(2)
Social Issues in the Digital Age
387(2)
Ethical Issues in the Digital Age
389(3)
Freedom of Speech
389(1)
In the Classroom: Ethics and the Internet
390(1)
Privacy
390(1)
Academic Dishonesty
391(1)
Resources for Teachers
392(1)
Emerging Technologies
392(10)
New Technologies for Schools
392(1)
Virtual Environments
392(1)
Artificial Intelligence
393(1)
Communications
394(1)
Grid Computing
394(1)
Wireless Connectivity
395(1)
In the Classroom: Going Wireless in Schools
396(1)
Displays
397(1)
Convergence
398(1)
Emerging Issues: The Changing Face of Instruction in the Digital Age
399(1)
Computers as Appliances
399(1)
Computer Literacy
400(1)
Decentralizing Instruction
400(1)
The Changing Role of the Teacher
401(1)
Key Terms
402(1)
Chapter Review
402(1)
What Do You Think?
402(1)
Learning Together!
403(1)
Hands-On!
403(1)
Real People, Real Stories
404(2)
Special Topic: Strategic Planning for Technology
406(5)
Appendix Educational Technology Resources and Organizations 411(2)
Glossary 413(12)
References 425(10)
Index 435(10)
Photo Credits 445


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