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LESSON 16

THE INTERNET AND EDUCATION


The Internet,also simply called the NET, is the largest and farflung network system-of-all-systems. Surprisingly,the internet is not really a
network but a loosely organized collection of about 25,000 networks
accessed by computer on the planet. It is astonishing to know that no one
owns the Internet.
How is everything coordinated through the Internet? This is done
through a standa rdized protocol( or set of rules for exchanging data) called
TRANSMISSION CONTROL PROTOCOL/INTERNET
PROTOCOL(TCP/IP).To gain access to the Internet,the computer must be
equipped with what is called a Server which has a special software
(program) that uses the Internet protocol. The grea attraction of the Internet
is that once the sign up fees are paid, there are no extra charges.Electronic
mail,for example,is free regardless of the amount of use.

GETTING AROUND THE NET


The vast sea of information now in the internet,including news and
trivia,is an overwhelming challenge to those who wish to navigate it. The
most attractive way to move around the Internet is called
BROWSING.Using a program called BROWSER, the user can use a
mouse to point and click on screen icons to surf the Internet,particularly, the
WORLD WIDE WEB(THE WEB). The future of the Internet seems limitless.

LESSON 17
EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY 2

PRACTICUM
Much like field studies in teacher education, Educational
technology 2 offers students the experiential process of adapting
to technology integration within a students-centered paradigm.
The practicum phase consists of hands-on computer tutorials
which the students,teacher or professional teacher-trainee will
need to make him/her capable.
The essentials requirements for the ET 2 practicum phase will be:

A computer laboratory/special computer classroom with adequate sets of


computers for hands-on tutorial learning.
Participation of computer lab tutor/assistant-as the teachers technical
assistant to assist the learner in the use of the computer and its various
programs.
Assigned numbers of hours in conformity with the course requirements.

The practicum phase consists in:


1. Basic Microsoft Word (6 hrs.)
The tutorial familiarizes each individual learners to the basics of Microsoft Word.
TUTORIAL COVERAGE:

Microsoft word menus and toolbars


Creating, formatting,editing and saving documents
Assigning page layouts
Insertin g tabs and tables
Templates and wizards
Printing

Upon successful completion the learners shall be able to:

Create,open and ssave word documents and files.


Insert graphics, tables and charts in documents
Manage files and folder
Apply format on the text,sentences and paragraphs

Interlink documents
Create standard documents using template

2..MICROSOFT POWERPOINT (6 HRS.)

The tutorial is a familiarization on the basics of Microsoft Powerpoint. It will train


the learner to prepare Powerpoint presentations to enhance the teaching of subjects.
COVERAGE:

Powerpoint fundamentals
Enhancement of PowerPoint presentations with the use of
graphics,charts,audio and video
Using templates and masters( slide,handouts and notes)
Presentinng and printing a slideshows

At the end of the tutorial,the learner will be able to:

Create and open PowerPoint presentations


Insert objects (cliparts),pictures,graphics,charts,audio and video to create
effective presentations
Use the templates to enhance presentations

3..INTERNETT AS TOOL OF INQUIRY(4 HRS.)


The tutorial will facilitate the findings of sources of information appropriate to a
learning task.
COURSE COVERAGE:

Accessing the Internet


Use of Internet tools
Search techniques

At the end of the tutorial, the learner will be able to:

Search and retrieve information from the web


Acquire skills in locating appropriate information on the internet
Acquire ability to use internet tools such as search engines
Gain knowledge of search techniques such as browsing through an
information tree
Learn the ability to execute the search