Integrating Educational Technology into Teaching / Edition 4

Integrating Educational Technology into Teaching / Edition 4

by Margaret D. Roblyer
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Prentice Hall
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Integrating Educational Technology into Teaching / Edition 4

For courses in Computers in Education and Educational Technology.

Integrating Educational Technology into Teaching, 4th edition, by M.D. Roblyer, provides hands-on practice with technology tools to illustrate how to integrate technology into the curriculum to support and shape learning.  The author’s five-part Technology Integration Planning Model (TIP Model) shows teachers how to create an environment in which technology can effectively enhance learning.

For this 4th edition, the author has developed a cohesive, comprehensive technology integration framework that builds on the strong research, the TIP model, and the numerous integration strategies of previous editions, and includes powerful classroom video clips of effective use of technology to shape learning.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780131195721
Publisher: Prentice Hall
Publication date: 07/12/2005
Edition description: REV
Pages: 480
Product dimensions: 8.30(w) x 10.76(h) x 0.73(d)

Table of Contents

Part IIntroduction and Background on Integrating Technology in Education1
Chapter 1Educational Technology in Context: The Big Picture4
What Is "Educational Technology"?5
Looking Back: How Has the Past Influenced Today's Educational Technology?8
Looking Around, Looking Ahead: What Factors Shape the Current and Future Climate for Technology in Education?14
Chapter 2Planning and Implementation for Effective Technology Integration27
The Need for Two Levels of Planning: What the School and District Can Do Versus What the Teachers Can Do28
Technology Integration Planning Tasks at District and School Levels28
A Technology Integration Planning Model for Teachers37
Chapter 3Learning Theories and Integration Models51
An Overview of Directed and Constructivist Instructional Methods52
Theoretical Foundations of Directed Instruction56
Theoretical Foundations of Constructivism62
Technology Integration Strategies: Directed, Constructivist, and Combined Approaches72
Examples of Technology-Integrated Units77
Part IIIntegrating Software and Media Tutors and Tools: Principles and Strategies83
Chapter 4Integrating Instructional Software into Teaching and Learning86
Drill and Practice Activities89
Tutorial Activities91
Simulation Activities94
Instructional Games98
Problem-Solving Courseware100
Integrated Learning Systems103
Evaluating and Selecting Instructional Software106
Chapter 5Integrating Word Processing, Spreadsheet, and Database Software Tools into Teaching and Learning116
Introduction to Software Tools117
Using Word Processing Software in Teaching and Learning117
Using Spreadsheet Software in Teaching and Learning126
Using Database Software in Teaching and Learning132
Chapter 6Integrating Other Software Tools into Teaching and Learning143
Introduction to Other Software Support Tools144
Using Materials Generators144
Using Data Collection and Analysis Tools149
Using Graphics Tools151
Using Planning and Organizing Tools154
Using Research and Reference Tools156
Using Tools to Support Specific Content Areas156
Chapter 7Integrating Multimedia and Hypermedia into Teaching and Learning163
Introduction to Multimedia and Hypermedia164
Commercial Multimedia/Hypermedia Software Packages168
Commercial Interactive Videodisc Systems169
Three Kinds of Multimedia/Hypermedia Authoring Resources174
Evaluating Hypermedia Products180
Part IIILinking to Learn: Principles and Strategies187
Chapter 8Integrating the Internet and Other Distance Resources into the Curriculum189
Introduction: Reaching Out to a World of Resources190
Resources Available to Support Audio and Video Telelearning196
Resources Available to Support Web-Based Learning196
Integration Strategies for Distance Lessons: Web-Based Activities204
Offering Courses and Programs with Distance Technologies212
Chapter 9A Link to the Future--Emerging Developments in Technology Integration220
Introduction: Classrooms and Other Learning Environments of the Future221
Trend 1Emerging Developments in Networking222
Trend 2Emerging Developments in Visualization223
Trend 3Emerging Developments in Interfaces224
Trend 4Emerging Developments in Handheld Systems225
Impact of the Four Trends for Educational Methods227
Future Challenges for Teachers228
Part IVIntegrating Technology Across the Curriculum233
Chapter 10Technology in Language Arts and Foreign Language Instruction235
Technology Integration Example: English and Foreign Language Instruction236
Issues and Problems in Language Arts and Foreign Language Instruction238
Strategies for Integrating Technology into Language Arts and Foreign Language Instruction241
Chapter 11Technology in Mathematics and Science Instruction253
Technology Integration Example: Mathematics and Science Instruction255
Issues and Problems in Mathematics Education254
How Technology Is Integrated into Mathematics Teaching and Learning256
Issues and Problems in Science Education262
How Technology Is Integrated into Science Teaching and Learning262
Chapter 12Technology in Social Studies Instruction271
Technology Integration Example: Social Studies Instruction273
Issues and Problems in Social Studies Education272
How Technology Is Integrated into Social Studies Education276
Chapter 13Technology in Art and Music Instruction287
Technology Integration Example: Art and Music Instruction289
Issues and Problems Common to Art and Music Education: The Arts in the Information Age288
Issues and Problems in Music Education288
How Technology Is Integrated into Music Education291
Issues and Problems in Art Education296
How Technology Is Integrated into Art Education297
Chapter 14Technology in Physical Education and Health Education302
Technology Integration Example: Physical Education and Health Instruction303
Issues and Problems in Physical Education and Health Education304
Chapter 15Technology in Special Education315
Technology Integration Example: Technology for Students with Special Needs317
Issues and Problems in Special Education Technology316
How Technology Is Integrated into Special Education320
AppendixTechnology Assessment Instruments335
Name Index363
Subject Index365
CD-ROM User Manual1

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