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Section 7 Assessing Instructive Innovation and Incorporation Systems Part 7 Targets Recognize the wellsprings of data for assessing innovation Portray the contemplations and apparatuses used to assess programming applications
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Part 7 Evaluating Educational Technology and Integration Strategies

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CHAPTER 7 OBJECTIVES Identify the wellsprings of data for assessing innovation Describe the contemplations and devices used to assess programming applications List and clarify the key criteria used to assess Web assets Describe the devices for assessing the adequacy of innovation Describe the techniques used to assess understudy ventures

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CHAPTER 7 OBJECTIVES Identify distinctive innovation reconciliation methods by classroom format Define and depict the estimation of an educational modules page Describe approaches to incorporate innovation into particular educational programs branches of knowledge Identify conceivable wellsprings of subsidizing for classroom innovation

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EVALUATING EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY Determining if the innovation is suitable and upgrades the showing and learning procedure Evaluate some time recently, amid, and after guideline

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EVALUATING EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY Sources of Information Numerous product bundles and Web locales to browse

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EVALUATING EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY Sources of Information School regions and state Departments of Education Lists of prescribed programming

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EVALUATING EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY Sources of Information Professional instructive associations Regional, national, and worldwide associations Web destinations for associations

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EVALUATING EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY Sources of Information Catalogs Provide data about items and how to utilize items Free by calling without toll numbers or finishing an online structure

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EVALUATING EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY Sources of Information Recommendations of partners Discuss issues with different teachers Unbiased, direct experience

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EVALUATING EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY Sources of Information Published assessments See company’s Web webpage Educational diaries

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EVALUATING EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY Sources of Information Technology gatherings National and state associations Presentations Meet agents from equipment and programming organizations

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EVALUATING EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY Sources of Information The Web Mailing records EDTECH Forums Newsgroups Web locales Discussion gatherings Bulletin loads up

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EVALUATING EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY Evaluating Software Applications Free trial adaptations Software assessment rubrics Detailed appraisal device

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EVALUATING EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY Evaluating Software Applications Content Is the product substantial? Relate substance to school’s particular measures and objectives

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EVALUATING EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY Evaluating Software Applications Documentation and specialized bolster Documentation Printed and online data Technical bolster Phone or Web bolster

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EVALUATING EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY Evaluating Software Applications Ability levels and appraisal Can programming be utilized with different capacity and scholarly levels? Will programming change the scholastic level and understudies travel through the aptitudes?

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EVALUATING EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY Evaluating Software Applications Technical quality and usability Technical quality How well the product presents itself and how well it functions Ease of utilization User invitingness Student supposition is vital in these criteria

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EVALUATING EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY Evaluating Web Resources Authority Is the creator distinguished? Inspect the creator\'s accreditations of the Web website Has the creator recorded his or her occupation, years of experience, or different qualifications?

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EVALUATING EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY Evaluating Web Resources Affiliation With whom is the Web webpage related? Inspect the area name

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EVALUATING EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY Evaluating Web Resources Purpose and Objectivity Is the substance gave as an administration? Is the substance fair-minded?

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EVALUATING EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY Evaluating Web Resources Content and learning procedure Is the substance substantial and proper? Does the data identify with your needs? What subjects are secured? For what level is the data composed? Do the connections inside of the site include esteem?

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EVALUATING EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY Evaluating Web Resources Audience and coin Is the substance suitable for your understudies? Is the substance exceptional and convenient?

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EVALUATING EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY Evaluating Web Resources Design Web adequacy Web Evaluation Rubric Student Web Site Evaluation Form

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EVALUATING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATION Assessment Tools for Evaluating the Effectiveness of Technology Integration Measure understudy execution Reliable appraisal Traditional appraisal Testing

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EVALUATING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATION Assessment Tools for Evaluating the Effectiveness of Technology Integration Alternative evaluation Authentic appraisal (execution based evaluation) Project-based appraisal Portfolio evaluation Checklist Rating scale Rubric

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EVALUATING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATION Tools for Evaluating the Effectiveness of Technology Integration Teacher perception Observe inspiration Observe to what extent understudies take a shot at a goal

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EVALUATING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATION Evaluating Technology-Based Student Projects Integrated learning frameworks (ILS) Automatically track understudy progress Assessment rubric

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EVALUATING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATION Evaluating Technology-Based Student Projects Evaluating substance Based on your objectives and targets Review accentuation, sentence structure, spelling, and scope of material

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EVALUATING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATION Evaluating Technology-Based Student Projects Evaluating arranging How would you need your understudies to arrange? What devices will the understudies utilization? Programming devices (Inspiration)

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EVALUATING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATION Evaluating Technology-Based Student Projects Evaluating arranging Flowcharts Concept guide or story web Storyboard

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EVALUATING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATION Evaluating Technology-Based Student Projects Evaluating inventiveness Evaluate creativity, inventive and imaginative methodology, and aesthetic capacities Color, cut workmanship, and fine art ought to fortify substance

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EVALUATING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATION Putting it All Together - Evaluating Technology Integration Ms. Vicki Osborne’s classroom One PC and 26 understudies Block plan

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EVALUATING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATION Putting it All Together - Evaluating Technology Integration Ms. Vicki Osborne’s objectives for the lesson Students work in gatherings Use reference materials and Web assets Identify three noteworthy crusade issues Provide individual truths about the hopeful Create a sight and sound venture Use right syntax, spelling, and accentuation

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EVALUATING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATION Putting it All Together - Evaluating Technology Integration Ms. Vicki Osborne’s lesson Brainstorm to add to an idea map

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EVALUATING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATION Putting it All Together - Evaluating Technology Integration Ms. Vicki Osborne’s lesson Evaluation rubric Flowchart or storyboard Work in gatherings in 40-moment obstructs Each gathering shows their undertaking in the media focus

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INTEGRATION STRATEGIES Teachers must get to be facilitators of learning Use innovation to improve learning environment Put innovation at purpose of direction Many blends of innovation

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INTEGRATION STRATEGIES One-Computer Classroom Use the PC for classroom presentations and exhibitions Introduce new ideas Students utilization to present assignments, ventures, and exploration exercises to the whole class Maintain class records, make presentations and do research

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INTEGRATION STRATEGIES One-Computer Classroom Internet access Multimedia programming Enhance addresses and presentations Use PC as showing associate Foster gathering and helpful learning Write a continuous story Class bulletin

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INTEGRATION STRATEGIES One-Computer Classroom Teacher efficiency apparatus Optimize PC lab time

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INTEGRATION STRATEGIES Multi-Computer Classroom Multiple learning focuses Integrate different advances Ms. Julie Davis’ classroom Digital camera Web exploration focuses PowerPoint presentations Microsoft Publisher

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INTEGRATION STRATEGIES Computer Labs All understudies have hands-on experience Often used to show innovation abilities or subject-particular aptitudes Integrate particular programming into branch of knowledge substance Example: Web scrounger chase

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CURRICULUM INTEGRATION ACTIVITIES Curriculum Pages Strategy for actualizing the Internet into the classroom Teacher made record that contains hyperlinks to educator chose and-assessed locales that are substance and age proper

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CURRICULUM INTEGRATION ACTIVITIES Creating Lesson Plans Must incorporate innovation into lesson arranges AskERIC Web website Lesson arrangements and exercises can be found on the Web

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CURRICULUM INTEGRATION ACTIVITIES Creating Lesson Plans Language expressions mix Reading, written work, tuning in, survey, talking, and writing Oh Where, Oh Where Can Information Be Found?

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CURRICULUM INTEGRATION ACTIVITIES Creating Lesson Plans Social studies mix History, geology, civics, and financial matters What Wonderful Webs We Weave

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CURRICULUM INTEGRATION ACTIVITIES Creating Lesson Plans Mathematics incorporation Basic number ideas, estimations, geometry, variable base

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