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  1. April 14, 2011 Instructional Technology No longer a question of should! Adebayo Owolewa

  2. What is Instructional Technology Educational [Instructional] technology is a complex and integrated process, involving people, procedures, ideas, devices, and organization for analyzing problems and devising, implementing, evaluating, and managing solutions to those problems, involved in all aspects of human learning. - Association for Educational Communications and Technology

  3. Thinking Assignment WHAT IS YOUR CONCEPTION OF TECHNOLOGY?

  4. The Concept of Technology Fields of Engineering Engineers, technologists and technicians are closely related in their views of technology as the process of material construction based on systematic engineering knowledge of how to design artifacts,

  5. Technology?

  6. The Concept of Technology Social Science Scholars Social Science Scholars typically view technology in broader terms, extending what is understood of material construction to take social significance into consideration. First, social science scholars’ employment of the term “technology” refers to material construction uses as well as the intellectual and social contexts. It refers to the organization of knowledge for the achievement of practical purposes as well as any tool or technique of doing or making, by which capability is extended.

  7. What is Instructional Technology Educational [Instructional] technology is a complex and integrated process, involving people, procedures, ideas, devices, and organization for analyzing problems and devising, implementing, evaluating, and managing solutions to those problems, involved in all aspects of human learning. - Association for Educational Communications and Technology

  8. Technology!

  9. Web 1.0 The term "Web 1.0" is commonly associated with the state of the world wide webpre-2001. The time was characterized the one-way flow of information, websites with “read-only” material and slow and dial-up computer speeds. Compared to today’s standards, computer literacy was low.

  10. The Machine is Us/ing Us “Web 2.0 in just under 5 minutes”, explained by the Digital Ethnography Project at Kansas State University (Wesch). The video helps to illustrate important changes brought by Web 2.0 (read/write web, social web) as content and form became separated. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NLlGopyXT_g

  11. Web 2.0 The term "Web 2.0" is commonly associated with web applications which facilitate web-based

  12. Web 2.0 Technologies

  13. Web 2.0 Technologies

  14. Thinking Assignment HOW IMPORTANT DO YOU THINK IT IS FOR STUDENTS TO USE TECHNOLOGY?

  15. Why Important?

  16. Why Important?

  17. A Brave New World-Wide-Web An excellent video by David Truss highlighting his journey to become a connected teacher http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gyPQ4Qr8xks

  18. My Experiences

  19. The Networked Student This video by Wendy Drexler describes an emerging learning environment for the connected student. It depicts an actual project completed by her high school students and provides a tangible example of a well-connected learner. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XwM4ieFOotA

  20. What Teachers Need

  21. Administrator’s Perspective Teacher PD Converting to a new system Infrastructure Additional staff or consultant Maintenance Reduced licensing fees Meet Mass State Standards for Technology Foster community buy-in Teacher PD Aggregate data

  22. Questions & Discussion

  23. Resources 1) Schrum, L. & Solomon, G. (2007). “Web 2.0. New tools, new schools.” Washington DC: ISTE. 2) King, K. & Gura, M. (2007). “Podcasting for Teachers. Using a new technology to revolutionize teaching and learning.” Charlotte, NC: IAP 3) Alexander, B. (2006). “Web 2.0. A new wave of innovation for teaching and learning?” Educause 41(2), 33-44. 4) Wesh. “The Machine is Us/ing Us.” Online video. Digital Ethnography Project at Kansas State University. Accessed on 24 October 2009. <http://http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NLlGopyXT_g>. 5) Drexler, Wendy. “The Networked Student.” Online video. Accessed on 24 October 2009. <http:// http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XwM4ieFOotA>. 6) Truss, David. “A Brave New World-Wide-Web.” Online video. Accessed on 24 October 2009. <http://http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gyPQ4Qr8xks>. 7) Kumar, Swapna. Personal Interview. 12 October 2009. 8) Blute-Nelson, Meghan. Personal Interview. 14 October 2009. 9) Huang, Elsie. Personal Interview. 16 October 2009. 10) Web 2.0. Plagiarism. (21 October 2009). In Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved 23 October 9 from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_2.0. 11) Luppicini, Rocci. (2005). “A Systems Definition of Educational Technology in Society.” Concordia Uniersity: Department of Education.