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Teaching and Learning with Technology: Teaching and Learning with Technology  무료배송

 
지은이 : LEVER-DUFFY
출판사 : Allyn & Bacon
판수 : 1 edition
페이지수 : 439 pages
ISBN : 0321054059
예상출고일 : 입금확인후 2일 이내
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도서가격 : 38,000원 ( 무료배송 )
적립금 : 1,140 Point
     

 
This book offers a pragmatic, reader-friendly approach that helps teachers explore, evaluate, and effectively integrate the full range of instructional technologies they are likely to find in their classrooms. Founded in learning theory and instructional design, this book explores the current and emerging technologies available to teachers while consistently maintaining an instructional focus. Using practical applications and real-world examples, the book offers readers the opportunity to explore technologies as tools to enhance and support instruction. It culminates with an exploration of the teacher's role in technology planning and in ensuring its ethical implementation. The reader will find Web activities and a wide range of activities in each chapter including reviews, group, critical thinking and hands-on experiences. Teachers and technology coordinators.

Dr. Judy Lever-Duffy is Professor of Computer Science and Education, at Miami Dade College, Miami, Florida and teaches computer and education courses on campus and in MDC's Virtual College. She holds a B.A. degree in  Education from Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, Florida and an MS in Computer Studies and Ed.D. in School Management and Instructional Leadership from Nova Southeastern University, Ft, Lauderdale, Florida. Dr. Lever-Duffy enjoys teaching, writing, traveling, and living in the Florida Keys.


 


Dr. Jean McDonald is Associate Professor of Education, at Lambuth University, Jackson, Tennessee and teaches educational technology and methods courses for middle school and high school pre-service teachers. She holds a B.S. degree in English and an M.A. in English from Bradley University, Peoria, and an Ed.D. from the University of Memphis, Memphis, Tennessee. Dr. McDonald enjoys international travel, reading, and classical music.

--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
PART ONE
-TECHOLIGIES FOR TEACHING AND LEARNING
PART TWO
-APPLYING TECHNOLOGIES FOR EFFECTIVE INSTUCTION
PART THREE
-TECHNOLOGY IN SCHOOLS,CHANGING TEACHING AND LEARNING
This book offers a pragmatic, reader-friendly approach that helps teachers explore, evaluate, and effectively integrate the full range of instructional technologies they are likely to find in their classrooms. Founded in learning theory and instructional design, this book explores the current and emerging technologies available to teachers while consistently maintaining an instructional focus. Using practical applications and real-world examples, the book offers readers the opportunity to explore technologies as tools to enhance and support instruction. It culminates with an exploration of the teacher's role in technology planning and in ensuring its ethical implementation. The reader will find Web activities and a wide range of activities in each chapter including reviews, group, critical thinking and hands-on experiences. Teachers and technology coordinators.
"I had to read this book for a Technology and Education class, and it was a total waste of time and money. I'm a professional computer consultant in the middle of a Masters in Education, so I feel qualified to discuss the technical aspects of this book.

While this book was Copyrighted in 2005, almost all the pictures and content are so dated I think that little has changed since the first edition. A Third edition has just been released, which may be more up to date, but I feel it will be just as useless.

The main problem with this book is that it covers everything with no regard to technical ability. For instance, the book informs the reader what a scanner is, and then says they can be usefull for converting a printed page to editable text on the computer. If you are learning what a scanner is for the firs time today, then you AREN'T ready to start using OCR to import documents. In other places, it says floppy disks (yes, the 3.5 disks) are useful for storing information (most computers don't even accept floppy disks).

Additionally, the book is entirely pro-microsoft. It briefly touches upon 'free' software as it distinguishes between shareware and freeware, but doesn't mention Free/Libre Open Source Software. Between Sakai, Open Office, Firefox, and the myriad of other programs, this is inconceivable. All the pictures are for Word, Outlook, and Internet Explorer. It also makes no mention of Apple Computers (at least I didn't find any) or GNU Linux/*BSD.

Finally, it is filled with cute buzzwords that mean nothing, at least to me, such as "The DID's formative feedback look ensures performance objective validity." which appeared on the sidebar with a lightbulb.

Basically, if you don't know anything about technology, this book will be of no use, as much of it will gloss over what you need to learn, and if you are already a competent computer user, this book will be dated and provide scattered information that might have been helpful 5 years ago.

I would recomend not buying this book. If you are a teacher and want to see how technology can be used in your classroom (without learning useless information like what a POST is) I'd try Will Richardson's Blogs, Wikis and Podcasts. That was useful and interesting, while not being too technical."
 
"This is a required text for a class I'm taking. It's a waste of money. What's sound (the basics on skinner, piaget, etc ad nauseum) is already in every other education textbook and the technology segments are dated, frequently wrong, and assume you are mentally retarded.

Does anyone really need to be told what a keyboard is? For 2 pages? Book also has a profound Microsoft bias and seems to openly deny that anything else exists.

Avoid, if possible."

"This type of learning should not be taught with a traditional textbook, anyway. This particular one suffers from poor layout, way too many colors, and fonts that strain the eye."

 

   
 
   
 
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