MTT Exam Competency 001.


89 views
Uploaded on:
Category: Funny / Jokes
Description
The Master Technology Teacher exhibits information and utilization of innovation related phrasing and ... at the point when utilizing chose computerized advances (e.g., content, design, ...
Transcripts
Slide 1

MTT Exam Competency 001 Robert W. Youthful, Jr. College of Texas, Brownsville

Slide 2

Competency 001 The Master Technology Teacher shows learning and utilization of innovation related wording and ideas, equipment, programming, information info methodologies, and moral practices, and knows how to secure, investigate, and assess computerized data from the Internet and different sources.

Slide 3

The Master Technology Teacher: Knows innovation related wording and ideas. Shows a comprehension of the fitting utilization of equipment parts and programming applications. Knows how to utilize info and yield gadgets when utilizing chose advanced advances (e.g., content, illustrations, liveliness, video, sound, Internet applications). Recognizes and shows information of how to make, utilize, control, and trade computerized record designs (e.g., content, picture, video, sound) amongst applications and/or stages.

Slide 4

The Master Technology Teacher: Demonstrates learning of criteria (e.g., quality, fittingness, adequacy, proficiency) for assessing profitability and writing instruments for choice, securing, and utilize. Knows how to encourage the utilization of incorporated advancements in establishment and improvement curricular substance. Shows learning and use of techniques for seeking (e.g., watchword, Boolean, characteristic, dialect), finding, and securing data from electronic assets (e.g., collective programming, the Internet, intranets). Knows how to sort out, store, and recover electronic data found in different arrangements (e.g., content, realistic, video, sound).

Slide 5

The Master Technology Teacher: Knows how to distinguish and assess data gained from essential and optional hotspots for precision, importance, and substance legitimacy by getting to, scrutinizing, and contrasting information from different sources (e.g., the Internet, reference books, databases). Exhibits learning of the worthy utilization of electronic data and items while in an individual classroom, lab, or on the Internet or an intranet. Shows learning of copyright laws and infringement and of moral issues (e.g., reasonable utilize, licenses, and trademarks; PC hacking; PC robbery; PC vandalism; deliberate infection setting; attack of security) when utilizing, controlling, and/or altering electronic information.

Slide 6

The Master Technology Teacher: Knows how to acquire and refer to the wellspring of print and advanced data from an assortment of assets (e.g., the Internet; reference books; databases; libraries of pictures in an assortment of arrangements including content, sound, video, and representation). Exhibits regard for licensed innovation and comprehends the moral obtaining and utilization of computerized data (e.g., refering to sources utilizing built up strategies).

Slide 7

Terminology

Slide 8

Terminology Experience numbers. Expansive & shallow.

Slide 9

Operating System (OS) Terminology Digital Operating System (DOS) Graphic User Interface (GUI) WYSIWYG (whizzgy) QWERTY

Slide 10

Start Menu System Tray (Sys plate) Quick Launch Task Bar Windows Terminology

Slide 11

Task Manager OOPS! Presently What? Control + Alt + Delete

Slide 12

Making a Windows PC more usable to understudies with extraordinary needs. Assistive Technology-Accessibility

Slide 13

Accessibility-Control Panel

Slide 14

Accessibility Panel

Slide 15

Magnifies chose bits of work area top. Magnifier

Slide 16

Magnified zone can be moved to an alternate part of the screen. Different components can be adjusted, as well. Amplified Area Menu Magnifier

Slide 17

Magnifier

Slide 18

Further Review http://computer.howstuffworks.com/http://www.wikipedia.org/Education & Microsoft Software Tutorials http://www.microsoft.com/instruction/Tutorials.mspx Microsoft Accessibility Tutorials http://www.microsoft.com/empower/preparing/default.aspx

Slide 19

Applications

Slide 20

Hardware Applications Can you work: A printer on a system? A scanner? A computerized camera? A projector?

Slide 21

Software Applications Can you utilize: Photo altering programming? (Photoshop) Video altering programming? (Windows Movie Maker) Word processor? (MS Word) Presentation Software? (Power Point) Spreadsheet (Excel)

Slide 22

Applications-File Manipulation & Conversion Copy, move, erase records securely Recover documents incidentally erased Find records on a PC framework Convert document sorts Doc-TXT Doc-PDF Gif-JPEG

Slide 23

Review & Evaluation

Slide 24

Should We Buy It? Quality Appropriateness Effectiveness Efficiency

Slide 25

Tech Integration

Slide 26

Tech Integration Supports Curricular Goals Four key segments of learning: Active engagement Participation in gatherings Frequent collaboration Feedback, and association with true specialists.

Slide 27

Further Review http://www.edutopia.org/tech-combination http://www.remc11.k12.mi.us/bstpract/

Slide 28

Search

Slide 29

Strategies for Searching Keyword Boolean Natural Language

Slide 30

Further Review http://www.searchengineshowdown.com/strat/http://www.google.com/bolster/canister/static.py?page=searchguides.html&ctx=advanced&hl=en

Slide 31

Formats

Slide 32

File Extensions *.exe *.doc *.ppt *.txt

Slide 33

Visual Media Terminology Pixels *.jpg *.gif Thumbnail

Slide 34

Research Sources

Slide 35

Know Your Sources Primary Sources Original work Secondary Sources Cite different sources Encyclopedia Reviews Accuracy Relevancy Content legitimacy

Slide 36

Copyright & Fair Use

Slide 37

Public Domain Fair diversion for all. It chiefly relies on upon when the thing was composed.

Slide 38

Before Jan. 1, 1923 Public Domain

Slide 39

1923-1978 Works distributed between Jan. 1, 1923 and Dec. 31, 1978 Registered copyright was not restored. In the event that the first copyright has been restored, the distributed works might be ensured for a sum of 95 years from date of first production.

Slide 40

Before 1978, yet Never Published 70 years after the demise of the creator. In the event that the creator kicked the bucket more than 70 years prior, the copyright in an unpublished work kept going until December 31, 2002. In the event that such a work was distributed before December 31, 2002, the copyright will last until December 31, 2047.

Slide 41

After 1978 Public area 70 years after the creator passes on. On the off chance that the work is a work for contract (that is, the work is done over the span of occupation or has been particularly authorized) Or is distributed namelessly or under an alias copyright keeps going somewhere around 95 and 120 years, contingent upon the date the work is distributed.

Slide 42

Fair Use-a Definition Allows open to utilize a base measure of a copyrighted thing for a sensibly restricted measure of time until authorization can be acquired. Illustrations Reserve duplicate of a solitary article from a diary for one semester-YES Copied class set of a book utilized quite a long time.- NO

Slide 43

Fair Use Is it copyrighted? yes/no Fair Use-A protection in copyright infringement case Education is not a sweeping reason. Essential Rule: When in uncertainty, get authorization. In the event that you don\'t have consent, don\'t utilize it .

Slide 44

Fair Use-Four Tests Each one has parallel weight. Judged on case by case premise Character of Use Nature of the Work How Will Work be Used Effect on Potential Market Value or Value of the Work

Slide 45

Character of Use

Slide 46

Nature of the Work

Slide 47

How Will Work be Used

Slide 48

Effect on Potential Market Value or Value of the Work

Slide 49

Sources for Permission Copyright Clearance Center www.copyright.com Swank Motion Pictures, Inc. www.swank.com/school/main.html

Slide 50

Further Review & test for copyright & Fair Use. http://www.utsystem.edu/ogc/intellectualproperty/copypol2.htm#test Guidelines for Education Multimedia http://www.utsystem.edu/ogc/intellectualproperty/ccmcguid.htm Guidelines for Digital Images http://www.utsystem.edu/ogc/intellectualproperty/imagguid.htm

Slide 51

Citations

Slide 52

Why Cite? It\'s a torment in the back! Acknowledgment of the work of others. Keeps creators legit Pre-advanced Age Link

Slide 53

Plagiarism The altogether replicating of the work of someone else Using an immediate quote without quotes Paraphrasing that does not withdraw significantly from the first content An announcement that speaks to the supposition of another who is not recognized Inclusion of not ordinarily known certainties or interesting data Reproduction of measurements, graphs, or tables without giving credit

Slide 54

Basic Format (APA) Print Journal Author(s), (Year of Publication). Title of article. Diary name, Volume (Issue), Pages . Web Article Author(s), (Year of Publication). Title of article. Diary name, Volume (Issue), Pages. Recovered from Link

Slide 55

Further Review http://lib.radford.edu/instructional exercise/VII/comp.asp http://lib.radford.edu/assets/gifts/styleguides-apa.asp

Slide 56

© Copyright 2008 R. W. Youthful, Jr. Ojalá Concepts

Slide 57

Copyright Policy Materials distributed by Ojalá Concepts might be copied in printed copy group if unaltered in configuration and substance for instructive, non-benefit school region utilize as it were. All different uses, transmissions and duplications are restricted unless authorization is conceded explicitly. Demonstrating these pages remotely through edges on a site is not allowed.

Recommended
View more...