Instructional Technology and Media for Learning / Edition 9

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Are you ready to integrate technology into your classroom? Instructional Technology and Media for Learning will guide you as you begin to incorporate computer technology and other media into your teaching.

The 9th edition invites you to:

Integrate technology into your classroom with the ASSURE model:

  • The introduction to the ASSURE model in Chapter 4 has been revised to be more practical and exclusively relevant to P-12 teaching and learning.
  • ASSURE Classroom Challenge at the beginning of chapters frames the chapter content in a classroom situation.
  • ASSURE Classroom Connection questions stimulate thinking about the sample classroom situation in the context of the chapter information you’re reading.
  • ASSURE Classroom Practice at the ends of chapters provides you with a complete classroom example of technology integration, following the ASSURE model step by step.

Discover the most effective, popular, and accessible technology used in P-12 classrooms today, and learn how to use them:

  • NEW! Free and Inexpensive Materials highlights technology and media that teachers can obtain for free, at a low price, or at a discount price.
  • Close-Up on Learning presents brief case studies of technology and media applications in various contexts.
  • Media Files highlight technologies that are commercially available and commonly used in the classroom.
  • Technology for Diverse Learners showcases technology and media that you can use to meet the needs of diverse learners in your class.
  • Using Technology and Media in the Classroom gives helpful tips for using technology well for effective classroom presentations.
  • Copyright Concerns address timely copyright issues as they relate to each chapter’s content, informing you of correct legal usage of these technologies.

Use the ASSURE Learning in Action DVD located in the back of this text and referenced throughout each chapter to:

  • Watch ASSURE Learning in Action Videos to see classroom footage of technology usage in a variety of contexts from elementary to high school. For each video clip you can also answer Questions to Consider and view artifacts created by the students in the video.
  • Create your own technology-integrated lesson plans in My Professional Portfolio. Use the Lesson Plan Builder template to include the ISTE NETS*S and curriculum standards in each lesson you create, and add each finished lesson to a database.
  • Try Skill-Builder Tutorials, which now include video tutorials, to learn the how-to details of navigating and using various technologies.
  • Fill out Selection Rubrics for each technology and media format addressed in the text, making it easy for you to preview and evaluate your own teaching materials.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780132391740
  • Publisher: Prentice Hall
  • Publication date: 5/4/2007
  • Series: Alternative eText Formats Series
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 9
  • Pages: 408
  • Product dimensions: 8.27 (w) x 10.76 (h) x 0.68 (d)

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Technology and Media: Facilitating Learning




The Concrete-Abstract Continuum


Roles of Technology and Media in Learning

Learning Settings

Information and Instruction

Instructional Strategies


Chapter 2 Instructional Strategies: Integrating Technology and Media


Strategies in the Classroom



Drill and Practice



Cooperative Learning




Problem Solving

Teacher-Centered Strategies

Student-Centered Strategies

Creating Learning Experiences

Learning Contexts and Settings


Chapter 3 Visual Principles: Designing Effective Materials


Visual Literacy

Roles of Visuals in Learning

Types of Visuals

Visual Design Guidelines

Creating Images

Capturing Images


Chapter 4 Introduction

The ASSURE Model

Analyze Learners

State Standards and Objectives

Select Strategies, Technology, Media, and Materials

Utilize Technology, Media, and Materials

Require Learner Participation

Evaluate and Revise


Chapter 5 Computers and Multimedia: Accessing Digital Worlds


Computers and Multimedia in the Classroom




Software Selection

Computer Hardware

Computer Facilities


Chapter 6 Distance Education: Connecting Learners Beyond the Classroom


Distance Education

Instruction at a Distance

Audio in Distance Education

Television in Distance Education

Instructional Television Options


Chapter 7 Online Learning: Learning Through the Internet and Computer Networks


Online Learning




Chapter 8 Instructional Materials and Displays: Using Media to Engage Learners


Learning Centers

Instructional Modules


Printed Materials

Display Surfaces



Chapter 9 Visuals: Enhancing Learning with Visuals


Visuals in the Classroom

Nonprojected Visuals

Projected Visuals

Presentation Software

Digital Images

Document Camera Projection

Overhead Projection


Chapter 10 Audio: Listening and Learning


Using Audio in the Classroom

Digital Audio Formats

Analog Audio Formats

Advantages of Audio

Limitations of Audio

Integration of Audio

Hearing and Listening

Developing Listening Skills


Chapter 11 Video: Enhancing Learning with Moving Images


Using Video in the Classroom

Special Attributes

Digital Video Formats

Analog Video Formats




Selecting Video

Producing Video


Chapter 12 Trends in Technology and Media: Looking Ahead


Trends in Technology and Media

Innovations on the Horizon

Schools of the Future

Your Future in the Field

Professional Organizations

Professional Journals


Appendix: Equipment Safety and Setups


Equipment Safety

Equipment Selection and Identification

Care and Handling of Equipment

Projector Setups

Video Setups

Audio Setups

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