Computers as Information and Communication Technology • Computer is recognized as the third revolution in education. • Through computer technology, educators saw the amplification of learning along computer literacy. • In reading, the modern students can now interact with computer messages, even respond the questions or to computer commands. • In writing, the learner can form messages using computer languages or program.
Computer-assisted instruction (CAI) • Was introduced using the principle of individualized learning through a positive climate that includes realism and appeal with drill exercises that uses color, music and animation. • The novelty of CAI has not waned to this day especially in the basic education level as this is offered by computer-equipped private schools.
Uses of the Computer as ICT in Education Communication Media THE PC Audiovisual media (Internet) (Multimedia) E-mail (text and video) Text, sound, graphics Chat rooms chart, photos Blog sites Power-point presentation News services (print, video clip) CD, VCD, DVDplayer Music/ movie/ television room CDVCD, DVD player Educational software (Internet) Educational websites Softwares, coursewares School registration/ records accounting
The Personal Computer (PC) as ICT Instructional Media • Consist of audio-visual aids that served to enhance and enrich the teaching-learning process. Examples are the blackboard, photo, film and video. Educational communication media • Comprise the media of communication to audiences including learners using the print, film, radio, television or satellite means of communications.. For example, distance learning were implemented using correspondence, radio, television or the computer satellite system.
The programs (capabilities) normally installed in an ordinary modern PC: • Microsoft Office • Power-point • Excel • Internet Explorer • Yahoo or Google • Adobe Reader • MSN • Windows media player • Cyberlink Power • Windows media player • GameHouse
The End Present by: Group 2 Subject: EdTech2