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Classroom Integration of Type II Uses of Technology in Education.

By: Maddux, Cleborne D.
Contributor(s): Yull, Sharon.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Florence : Taylor and Francis, 2012Copyright date: ©2011Description: 1 online resource (205 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781136443121.Subject(s): Computer-assisted instruction -- United States | Educational technology -- United States | Information technology -- United StatesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Classroom Integration of Type II Uses of Technology in EducationDDC classification: 004 LOC classification: LB1028.3 -- .C618 2005Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover -- Classroom Integration of Type II Uses of Technology in Education -- Copyright -- Contents -- INTRODUCTION: Information Technology, Type II Classroom Integration, and the Limited Infrastructure in Schools -- An Examination of Gender Differences in Elementary Constructionist Classrooms Using Lego/Logo Instruction -- Early Algebra with Graphics Software as a Type II Application of Technology -- Defining and Applying Idea Technologies: A Systematic, Conceptual Framework for Teachers -- The Technology Integration Assessment Instrument: Understanding Planned Use of Technology by Classroom Teachers -- Transforming Student Learning by Preparing the Next Generation of Teachers for Type II Technology Integration -- Scientists in Their Own Classroom: The Use of Type II Technology in the Science Classroom -- Handheld, Wireless Computers: Can They Improve Learning and Instruction? -- An Assistive Technology Toolkit: Type II Applications for Students with Mild Disabilities -- Authentic Instruction in Laptop Classrooms: Sample Lessons that Integrate Type II Applications -- Across the Curriculum with Handheld Computers -- Teachers as Designers of Learning Environments -- The Effect of a Hypermedia Learning Environment on Middle School Students' Motivation, Attitude, and Science Knowledge -- Implementing Handheld Computers as Tools for First-Grade Writers -- Index.
Summary: Develop new strategies for using computers in the classroom Educators have talked about using information technology to improve teaching since the beginning of the modern computer movement but true integration remains an elusive goal—for most. Classroom Integration of Type II Uses of Technology in Education finds teachers who have managed to take advantage of the sophistication, power, and affordability of today's technology to develop new and better strategies for learning, despite the absence of an effective institutional infrastructure. This unique book reviews effective Type II teaching applications and software used at all educational levels, including Lego/Logo technologies, idea technologies, graphics software, laptop computers, and handheld computers. Information technology in schools has failed to fulfill its considerable potential because without a widespread instructional support system, computers are generally poorly used and not integrated meaningfully into classroom activities. But some educators have still been able to implement Type II applications of information technology in their educational settings. Classroom Integration of Type II Uses of Technology in Education looks at their innovative methods of using computers to bring about more effective teaching—and learning. Classroom Integration of Type II Uses of Technology in Education examines: computer activities of grade 1-5 students using Lego/Logo technologies using Kid-Pix graphics software for creative activities the Technology Integration Assessment Instrument (TIAI) gender disparity in computer-oriented problem solving a three-tiered, idea-technology classification system pre-service teacher preparation assistive technology definitions, legislation, and implementation issues lesson plans and document techniques for laptop computers an action/instructional model for usingSummary: handheld wireless computers in the classroom Classroom Integration of Type II Uses of Technology in Education is an invaluable resource for academics working in information technology and education, and for K-12 teachers and administrators at all levels.
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Cover -- Classroom Integration of Type II Uses of Technology in Education -- Copyright -- Contents -- INTRODUCTION: Information Technology, Type II Classroom Integration, and the Limited Infrastructure in Schools -- An Examination of Gender Differences in Elementary Constructionist Classrooms Using Lego/Logo Instruction -- Early Algebra with Graphics Software as a Type II Application of Technology -- Defining and Applying Idea Technologies: A Systematic, Conceptual Framework for Teachers -- The Technology Integration Assessment Instrument: Understanding Planned Use of Technology by Classroom Teachers -- Transforming Student Learning by Preparing the Next Generation of Teachers for Type II Technology Integration -- Scientists in Their Own Classroom: The Use of Type II Technology in the Science Classroom -- Handheld, Wireless Computers: Can They Improve Learning and Instruction? -- An Assistive Technology Toolkit: Type II Applications for Students with Mild Disabilities -- Authentic Instruction in Laptop Classrooms: Sample Lessons that Integrate Type II Applications -- Across the Curriculum with Handheld Computers -- Teachers as Designers of Learning Environments -- The Effect of a Hypermedia Learning Environment on Middle School Students' Motivation, Attitude, and Science Knowledge -- Implementing Handheld Computers as Tools for First-Grade Writers -- Index.

Develop new strategies for using computers in the classroom Educators have talked about using information technology to improve teaching since the beginning of the modern computer movement but true integration remains an elusive goal—for most. Classroom Integration of Type II Uses of Technology in Education finds teachers who have managed to take advantage of the sophistication, power, and affordability of today's technology to develop new and better strategies for learning, despite the absence of an effective institutional infrastructure. This unique book reviews effective Type II teaching applications and software used at all educational levels, including Lego/Logo technologies, idea technologies, graphics software, laptop computers, and handheld computers. Information technology in schools has failed to fulfill its considerable potential because without a widespread instructional support system, computers are generally poorly used and not integrated meaningfully into classroom activities. But some educators have still been able to implement Type II applications of information technology in their educational settings. Classroom Integration of Type II Uses of Technology in Education looks at their innovative methods of using computers to bring about more effective teaching—and learning. Classroom Integration of Type II Uses of Technology in Education examines: computer activities of grade 1-5 students using Lego/Logo technologies using Kid-Pix graphics software for creative activities the Technology Integration Assessment Instrument (TIAI) gender disparity in computer-oriented problem solving a three-tiered, idea-technology classification system pre-service teacher preparation assistive technology definitions, legislation, and implementation issues lesson plans and document techniques for laptop computers an action/instructional model for using

handheld wireless computers in the classroom Classroom Integration of Type II Uses of Technology in Education is an invaluable resource for academics working in information technology and education, and for K-12 teachers and administrators at all levels.

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