9780134287485

Instructional Technology and Media for Learning

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  • ISBN13:

    9780134287485

  • ISBN10:

    0134287487

  • Edition: 12th
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2018-01-01
  • Publisher: Pearson

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Summary

Specific, realistic strategies for integrating technology and media into the PK-12 classroom
Using the ASSURE lesson plan model, Instructional Technology and Media for Learning, 12th Edition, demonstrates how to implement a complete range of technology and media formats that can be used to support and enhance teaching and learning. Written from the viewpoint of the teacher, the text highlights everyday teaching challenges and shows educators practical solutions for incorporating technology and media into their classroom. Examples are drawn from elementary and secondary education, covering a wide range of content areas.

The 12th Edition keeps readers up to date with recent innovations in technology and media, including mobile, Web 2.0, social media, copyright issues, coding as literacy, transdisciplinary learning, artificial intelligence, and augmented reality. Expanded and revised discussions help teachers consider appropriate technology that aligns with content standards while meeting the learning needs of all students.

Instructional Technology and Media for Learning, 12th Edition is also available via Revel™, an interactive learning environment that enables students to read, practice, and study in one continuous experience.
 


 

Author Biography

Sharon E. Smaldino served for many years as a speech therapist and special educator in school districts from Florida to Minnesota. She spent many years working with PK-12 aged deaf and hearing-impaired students in public schools and in residential programs. For several years she worked with hearing impaired students who were placed in a residential program for social and emotional issues. During the time she was working with those students Sharon began a doctoral program at Southern Illinois University-Carbondale with a focus on instructional design and technology integration. Sharon brought her personal computer into her classroom to help her deaf students explore new technology-integrated learning experiences. Following completion of her degree, Sharon started her career as a teacher educator where she focused on working with teacher candidates, faculty, and PK-12 teachers to integrate technology into the learning process. Presenting at state, national, and international conferences, Sharon has become an important voice on applications of technology in the classroom and in distance education. In addition to her teaching, Sharon has written articles for state and national journals, chapters, and books on her primary research interest–effective technology integration in learning. She has worked on the development and implementation of grants that are designed to support teachers to integrate technology into their teaching. Sharon has received several awards for her teaching and professional activities. She has served as a journal editor and has held leadership positions in several state and national professional associations.

Deborah L. Lowther
has been an educator for over 30 years. For the first seven years of her career she taught middle school science and was highly engaged with providing professional development to teachers within and beyond her district. Because of her desire to work with teachers, she received her PhD in educational technology in 1994 and accepted a faculty position at the University of Memphis in 1995. At the University of Memphis, Deborah served as Department Chair for Instruction and Curriculum Leadership (ICL). The ICL department offers eight initial teacher licensure programs as well as several MS and EdD options. Prior to accepting the chair position, Deborah served as the senior technology researcher for the Center for Research in Educational Policy, through which she researched PK-12 technology integration issues. She has personally conducted observations in PK-12 classrooms and interviewed students, teachers, and principals in numerous schools across the country. She has used the knowledge and experiences gained through engagement in applied research to develop the iNtegrating Technology for inquiry (NTeQ) Model with Dr. Gary Morrison. This model has been the foundational approach for several high-profile state-level technology initiatives. With regard to scholarship, Deborah has coauthored several books, chapters, and refereed journal articles; presented at numerous national and international conferences; and provided professional development to educational institutions across the nation.

Clif Mims
is a teacher, researcher, author, speaker, and educational consultant specializing in the effective integration of technology with teaching and learning. His teaching career began more than 20 years ago as an elementary and middle school teacher. He also coached basketball and math teams to numerous championships. While earning his doctorate in instructional technology at the University of Georgia, Clif began focusing on teacher education and professional development. He is a professor of instructional design and technology at the University of Memphis and is the founding executive direction of the Martin Institute for Teaching Excellence. Clif is both a Project Zero Faculty Fellow and a Future of Learning Fellow at Harvard University. He and his wife have three children.

Table of Contents

1. Exploring Student Learning
2. Designing Instruction and Assessing Learning
3. Integrating Technology and Media into Instruction: The ASSURE Model
4. Designing Digital Learning Environments
5. Engaging Learners with Digital Devices
6. Connecting Learners Using Web 2.0
7. Teaching at a Distance
8. Enhancing Learning with Multimedia
9. Preparing for Tomorrow’s Challenges
Appendix
Lesson Scenarios
Glossary
References
Name Index
Subject Index
Credits 

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