Making your teaching more effective through technology

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Making your teaching more effective through technology by Mind Map: Making your teaching more effective through technology

1. Reasons (Why?)

1.1. Development of New "Literacies"

1.1.1. Traditional literacy

1.1.2. Visual literacy

1.1.3. Information literacy

1.1.4. Critical literacy

1.1.5. Media literacy

1.1.6. Tool literacy

1.1.7. Digital literacy

1.1.8. Social networking literacy Ability to interact with other is cyberspace in specific ways that are ethical, beneficial to other and beneficial to self Developing strategic alliances and engaging is use of collaborative tools Awareness of dangerous as well as responsibilities, knowledge of socially acceptable behavior in cyberspace Understanding privacy issues Bullying

1.2. Increase teacher effectiveness

1.3. Improve learning of subject matter content

1.4. Enable assessment for learning

1.5. Make learning more relevant for students

1.6. Empower research activities

1.7. Transformation of practices

1.8. Increase global/regional competitiveness

1.9. Create distance learning opportunities

2. Critical Issues

2.1. Copyright

2.1.1. Use of image

2.1.2. Use of audio

2.1.3. Use of resources from internet

3. What?

3.1. E-learning

3.1.1. distance learning

3.1.2. blended learning

3.1.3. technology integration in a classroom

4. Ways (How?)

4.1. Tools

4.1.1. 1. Blog Uses Sharing E-learning Target people For students For teachers For schools For parents Resources Blooger

4.1.2. 2. Mindmap Uses Collaborative learning Resources Mindmeister

4.1.3. 3. Google Docs Uses Share document Collaborative learning Resources Google Docs

4.1.4. 4. WebQuest Uses Interactive learning Resources

4.1.5. 5. Active Lessons Uses Student-centered learning Tools to help to create active lessons

4.1.6. 6. Digital Media Projects Digital Story Tools Delivery Method Resources

4.1.7. 7. Goggle site Uses Sharing Blogging E-learning Resources Google site Target people For students For teachers For schools For parents

4.1.8. 8. Visual contents of learning Visual content Non-computer based Computer based Resources Photo story Scratch Others

4.1.9. 9. Mobile phone and M-Learning Tools Multimedia Access Tool Connectivity Tool Capture Tool Representational Tool Analytical Tool Some Examples ipod NDS PDA ebooks

4.1.10. 10. Classroom Management tool Uses monitor students distribute information student-teachers interaction Resouces Junglebyte

4.2. Basic Requirment

4.2.1. Access to internet

4.2.2. Access to computer

4.2.3. Access to other technologies

4.2.4. Access to softwares

4.3. Methods

4.3.1. 1. Harvesting Google Beyond Google Wikipedia Different search engine Delicious Social bookmarking Mindmaps Youtube RSS feeds Podcast

4.3.2. 2. Mashing Mixing and re-mixing existing resources and media to create new resources