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Overview

Now even more applied, the Eighth edition of Instructional Technology and Media for Learning offers a unique chapter-case framework grounded in the popular ASSURE model. This new integarted chapter-case framework teaches readers to apply in-depth coverage of current and future computer, multimedia, Internet/intranet, distance learning, and audio/visual technologies to classroom instruction.

 

Visit real classrooms where teachers are using technology to improve learning for students across grade levels and content areas through the amazing new Clips from the Classroom: Learning with Technology Activity Guide and DVD now packaged at no additional cost with Instructional Technology and Media for Learning, 8th Edition!

 

Here, we offer you classroom-based video that vividly illustrates the effective use of technology to support and shape learning in the classroom. View the videos and work through the activity guide as you learn to reflect on the content to gain an understanding of how to effectively integrate technology into your future classrooms.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780132382878
  • Publisher: Pearson
  • Publication date: 11/16/2005
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 8
  • Product dimensions: 8.10 (w) x 10.80 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Meet the Author

Sharon E. Smaldino. Dr. Smaldino is the L. D. and Ruth Morgridge Endowed Chair for Teacher Education in the College of Education at Northerp Illinois University. She was a professor of Educational Technology at the University of Northern Iowa for many years prior to moving to NIU. Sharon received her Ph.D. in 1987 from Southern Illinois University, Carbondale. Prior to that she received an M.A. in Elementary Education and served for more than a dozen years as teacher, speech therapist, and special educator in school districts from Florida to Minnesota. At Northern Iowa she taught an introductory educational media course for undergraduates and graduate majors and served as coordinator of the Educational Technology program. Dr. Smaldino also taught graduate courses in Instructional Development, Instructional Computing Design, Desktop Publishing, and Selection and Integration. She has received several awards for her outstanding teaching. In her current role, she is focused in working with faculty and 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 and consulting, Dr. Smaldino serves as president of AECT, served on the board of directors of IVLA, and has written articles for state and national journals on her primary research interest, effective technology integration in learning. She worked on a Preparing Tomorrow's Teachers to use Technology (PT3) grant using the Web to deliver information and case studies of teachers using technologyin schools. She has also worked on a Teacher Quality Enhancement grant which identified technology as an important aspect of ensuring quality learning environments.

 

James D. Russell. Dr. Russell is Professor Emeritus of Educational Technology at Purdue University. He still teaches at Purdue during the summer and fall semesters. Jim works part-time for Purdue's Center for Instructional Excellence, where he conducts workshops on teaching techniques and consults on instructional improvement. During spring semesters he is visiting professor of Educational Psychology and Learning Systems at Florida State University. There he also works part-time for the Office of Distributed and Distance Learning. A former high school mathematics and physics teacher, Jim has taught for more than forty years. He has won numerous honors for his teaching at Purdue, including his department's Outstanding Teacher Award and the School of Education's Best Teacher Award. He was also selected as a member of Purdue's teaching academy and inducted into Purdue's Book of Great Teachers. His specialty areas, in which he has achieved national prominence through his writings and presentations, are presentation skills and using media and technology in classrooms. Through his teaching, workshops, consulting, and this textbook, Jim continues to make a significant impact on classroom teaching practice.

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Table of Contents

TEXTBOOK TABLE OF CONTENTS:

 

PART I: LEARNING FOUNDATIONS

 1. Technology, Media, and Learning.


 2. Instructional Systems.


 3. The ASSURE Model: Creating the Learning Experience.


 4. Visual Principles.

 

PART II: DIGITAL MEDIA


 5. Computers.


 6. Multimedia.


 7. Distance Education.


 8. Online Learning.

 

PART III: TRADITIONAL MEDIA

 9. Instructional Materials and Displays.


10. Visuals.


11. Audio.


12. Video.


13. Looking Ahead.

 

PART IV: TRENDS IN TECHNOLOGY & MEDIA


PART V: Classroom Resources.


A: Photography and Visuals.


B: Equipment and Setups.


C: How to...Step-by-Step Guides.


Glossary.

 

 

 

DVD TABLE OF CONTENTS:

 

TO THE READER                                                                                                 

 

GETTING STARTED WITH THE DVD                                                                    

 

Chapter 1       Learning with Technology in Action                                          

THEME 1: Transforming Teaching and Learning                                                        

Discussion Questions                                                                                            

Reflection Questions                                                                                             

NETS-S Question                                                                                                   

 

THEME 2: Software and Media                                                                                

Discussion Questions                                                                                             

Reflection Questions                                                                                              

NETS-S Questions                                                                                                 

 

THEME 3: The Internet and Virtual Schools                                                             

Discussion Questions                                                                                            

Reflection Questions                                                                                             

NETS-S Questions                                                                                                 

 

THEME 4: Technology across the Curriculum                                                          

Discussion Questions                                                                                           

Reflection Questions                                                                                             

NETS-S Questions                                                                                               

 

Chapter 2       Getting to Know the Students in Today’s Schools                     

The Millennial Generation                                                                                       

NETS-S Question                                                                                                  

Clips from the Classroom DVD Activity 2.1: Millennial Students                      

The National Educational Technology Plan and 21st Century Skills                             

NETS-S Question                                                                                                   

Clips from the Classroom DVD Activity 2.2: 21st Century Skills                       

The National Educational Technology Standards                                                      

 

Chapter 3       Effective Technology for Today’s Students                              

What Works: Research-Based Practice                                                                    

Clips from the Classroom DVD Activity 3.1: Higher-Order Thinking Skills      

Clips from the Classroom DVD Activity 3.2: What Works with Technology     

Clips from the Classroom DVD Activity 3.3: Advantages of Technology          

A Balanced View: Appropriate Uses of Technology                                                   

Clips from the Classroom DVD Activity 3.4: Appropriate Uses of Technology 

Evaluating the Effects of Technology for Learning                                                     

Clips from the Classroom DVD Activity 3.5: Reflective Teaching                     

 

Chapter 4       Planning for Technology in Teaching and Learning                  

Clips from the Classroom DVD Activity 4.1: Designing Instruction                  

Professional Development for Technology-Using Educators                                       

Clips from the Classroom DVD Activity 4.2: Professional Development             

Designing Technology-Enhanced Learning Experiences                                             

Clips from the Classroom DVD Activity 4.3: Teaching Philosophy                    

Clips from the Classroom DVD Activity 4.4: Assessment of Learning              

Organizing and Managing Technology                                                                     

Clips from the Classroom DVD Activity 4.5: Student Grouping                         

Clips from the Classroom DVD Activity 4.6: Classroom Management              

 

Chapter 5       Expanding the Classroom with Technology                              

The Digital Divide                                                                                                

Bringing the World into the Classroom and the Classroom to the World                     

Clips from the Classroom DVD Activity 5.1: The Internet for Learning           

NETS-S Question                                                                                                  

Clips from the Classroom DVD Activity 5.2: Problem-Based Learning            

 

Sample Responses to Video Discussion and NETS-S Questions in Chapter 1              

Sample Responses to Video Discussion and NETS-S Questions in Chapter 2              

Sample Responses to Video Discussion Questions in Chapter 3                                

Sample Responses to Video Discussion Questions in Chapter 4                                

Sample Responses to Video Discussion and NETS-S Question in Chapter 5               

 

RESOURCES                                                                                                       

References                                                                                                           

Webliography

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