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The Role of

Educational
Technology in
learning

Lesson 3:

Technology
makes the world
a better place.

YES!!! or NO???

Activity:

oThink of a learning
experience that the use
of technology helped
you learn.

Technology can.

Play a traditional
role. A delivery
vehicles for
instructional
lessons.

Technology
serves as a
teacher.

Constructivist role

or a partner in the
learning process.

Technology is a
learning
tool
to
learn
with,
not
from.

Technology serves as
a
medium
in
representing what the
learners knows and
he/she is learning.

Technology like
COMPUTERS is
seen as a
productivity tool.
* Word
Processing

*Spreadsheets
*Graphic
programs
*Desktop
Publishing

With the eruption of


INTERNET in mid
90s communications
and multimedia have
dominated the role
of technology inside
the classroom.

Cont

Active, constructive,
intentional, authentic,
and cooperative
learning. It provides
opportunities for
technology and learner
interaction for

From a constructivist
perspective, the
following are role of
technology in
learning: (Jonassen,
et al 1999)

Technology as tools
to support
knowledge
construction..

For representing
learners ideas,
understanding and
beliefs for organized,
multimedia knowledge
bases by learners.

Technology as
information vehicles
for exploring
knowledge to
support learning by
constructing:

For accessing
needed
information.

For comparing
perspectives,
beliefs and world
views.

Technology as context to support


learning-by-doing:

For representing
and simulating
meaning real-world
problems, situations
and context.

For representing
beliefs,
perspectives,
arguments, and
stories of others.

For defining a safe,


controllable
problem space for
student thinking.

Technology as a social medium to


support learning by conversing:

For collaborating
with others.

For discussing,
arguing, and
building consensus
among members of
a community.

For supporting
discourse among
knowledge-building
communities.

Technology as intellectual
partner (Jonassen 1996) to
support learning by reflecting:

For helping learners


to articulate and
represent what they
know.

For reflecting on
what they have
learned and how
they came to know
it.

For supporting
learners internal
negotiations and
meaning making.

For constructing
personal
representations of
meaning for
supporting mindful

Whether used from the


traditional or
constructivist point of
view, when USED
effectively. Research
indicates that technology
increases students
learning, understanding,
and achievements

but also their motivation


to learn, encourage
collaborative learning
and supports the
development of critical
thinking and problem
solving skills.

References:
Educational Technology 1
Brenda B. Corpuz, Ph.D
Paz I. Lucido

Images:
www.google.com

Thank you!