Educational Technology for Teaching and Learning

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  • Edition: 4th
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2010-04-06
  • Publisher: Pearson

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The fourth edition ofEducational Technology for Teaching and Learningintroduces current and future teachers to the approaches, methods, and procedures for integrating computers and other media into the curriculum using a systematic instructional design approach. This concise book provides the basics for becoming a knowledgeable educator in the 21st century: understanding the foundations of learning and technology and planning technology/media-supported learning experiences, integrating technology and media meaningfully into the curriculum, and ensuring the success of technology/media-supported lessons. The book is unique in the way it covers applications of technology and other media within a basic planning, implementation, and evaluation (PIE) framework. For courses in Instructional Media & Technology and Computers in Education.

Author Biography

James D. Lehman is Professor of Educational Technology and Head of the Department of Curriculum at Purdue University. He directed Purdue's PT3 implementation project, an initiative to better prepare future teachers and teacher educators to use technology in the classroom.

Table of Contents

Section I: Introduction to Educational Technology

Chapter 1: Introduction to Learning and Technology

Chapter 2: Theory into Application 

Chapter 3: Computers and Computer Tools for Teaching and Learning

Section II: Planning the Technology-enhanced Learning Experience

Chapter 4: Technology and Instructional Situations: Understanding Learners, Learning Objectives, and Learning Environments

Chapter 5: Technology and Instructional Planning: Identifying the Plan’s Key Activities

Chapter 6: Instructional Methods: Identifying Ways to Involve Learners 

Chapter 7: Instructional Media: Involving Multiple Senses of Learners

Chapter 8: Technology and Instructional Material Selection, Adaptation, and Creation

Section III: Meaningful Integration of Technology

Chapter 9:Integration of Computers to Support Learning

Chapter 10:Integration of the Internet to Support Learning

Chapter 11:Integration of Distance Education to Support Learning

Section IV: Ensuring Successful Technology-enhanced Learning Experiences

Chapter 12: Evaluation of Instructional Materials and the Assessment of Student Learning

Section V: Technology and Learning Today and Tomorrow

Chapter 13: Integrating Technology — Issues, Trends, and Horizons

Teacher Resource A: Addressing the National Educational Technology Standards (NETS) for Teachers

Teacher Resource B: Kevin Spencer’s Sample Lesson Plan (Civil War Unit)

Teacher Resource C: Planning, Implementation, and Evaluation (PIE) Checklist

Teacher Resource D: Media Preview Forms




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