The use of instructional technology in schools : lessons to be learned / Mal Lee and Arthur Winzenried.Material type: TextPublication details: Camberwell, Vic. : ACER Press, 2009. Description: 1 online resource (xi, 266 pages) : illustrationsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781441616890; 1441616896Subject(s): Educational technology -- Australia | Teaching -- Australia -- Aids and devices | EDUCATION -- Computers & Technology | Educational technology | Teaching -- Aids and devices | Australia | Theory & Practice of Education | Education | Social Sciences | Access to computers | Computer assisted teaching | Educational resources | Educational technology | ICT in education | Information and communications technology | Multimedia teaching | Online learning | Technology | Case studies | Informationstechnik | Onderwijstechnologie | Australië | SchuleGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Use of instructional technology in schools.DDC classification: 371.330994 LOC classification: LB1028.3 | .L44 2009ebOther classification: 5,3 | DP 2580 | DP 2600 | 81.68 Online resources: Click here to access online
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 248-258) and index.
The Use of Instructional Technology in Schools examines teachers' use of the major instructional technologies over the last century -- from the days of silent film, radio and slide shows through to the modern interactive whiteboard and the Web. It explores the reasons why so few teachers have used these technologies and why, even in today's digital world, the most commonly used classroom tools are the pen, paper and teaching board.
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Cover; Copyright; Contents; Figures and tables; Acknowledgements; Foreword; 1 Introduction; 2 Instructional technology -- the nomenclature; 3 The impact of the technology corporations and vested interests; PART 1 Discrete Instructional Technologies; 4 Teaching boards; 5 Film -- the 'first revolution'; 6 Radio -- the 'second revolution'; 7 Visual tools -- the exceptions; 8 Television -- the 'new saviour'; 9 Video and audio recording -- removing the barriers; 10 Computers as discrete teaching tools -- the 'great revolution'; PART 2 Integrated Instructional Technologies; 11 The technology of the home.
12 The role of the school library13 Networked teaching and the information superhighway; 14 The digital toolkit; 15 Interactive whiteboards; 16 Digital take-off -- the historical significance; 17 Total teacher use -- case studies; 18 The life cycle of instructional technology; 19 The lessons to be learned; Appendix; Bibliography; Index; Cover.