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Title: Influence of Media Technology in Curriculum and Instruction


1
Influence of Media Technology in Curriculum and
Instruction
Ferdinand B. Pitagan, PhD College of
Education University of the Philippines
2
Table of Contents
Plan of Action
Media Education
BEC
Evaluation
ICT
Conclusion
3
MEDIA EDUCATION
4
Media Education
Manipulatives
People
Visual
Text
Motion
Audio
5
Media Education
media literate individual Able to seek, receive
and impart knowledge in an informed manner
through technologies.
6
BASIC EDUCATION CURRICULUM
7
Bureau of Elementary Education, Curriculum
Development Division Lesson Plan
Learning Objectives
  • One major skills target for each lesson plan
  • To ensure skill mastery among the pupils
  • References
  • Materials
  • Value Focus
  • Preparatory Activities
  • Development of the Lesson
  • Post Activity

Subject Matter
Lesson Proper
  • Testing Instruments
  • Assignments

Evaluation
8
INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY
9
Information and Communication Technology
  • ICT
  • Computers
  • Online/Web-based
  • Mobile/Wireless
  • Media Types
  • Assistive Technology
  • Others

10
INSTRUCTIONALDESIGN WITH MEDIA INTEGRATION
11
ID with Media Integration ASSURE Model
  • General Characteristics
  • Specific Entry Competencies
  • Learning Styles
  • Learning Environments
  • Tasks/Lessons
  • Others

ANALYSIS LEARNERS
12
ID with Media Integration ASSURE Model
  • The ABCDs of well stated Objectives
  • Classification of Objectives
  • Objectives and Individual Differences
  • Assessment Tools
  • Others

STATE OBJECTIVES
13
ID with Media Integration ASSURE Model
  • Instructional Methodologies
  • Media Formats
  • Specific Materials/Resources
  • Availability
  • Personal Resources
  • Others

SELECT METHODS, MEDIA and MATERIALS
14
ID with Media Integration ASSURE Model
  • Create Materials
  • Preview/Prepare the Materials
  • Prepare the Environment
  • Prepare the Learners
  • Provide the Learning Experience

UTILIZE MEDIA and MATERIALS
15
ID with ICT Integration ASSURE Model
  • Deliberately integrated to the Lesson
  • Graded Participation
  • Individual/Group Setting
  • Others

REQUIRE LEARNERS PARTICIPATION
16
ID with ICT Integration ASSURE Model
  • Assessment of Learners Achievement
  • Evaluation of Methods and Media
  • Evaluation of Instruction and Instructor
  • Revision

EVALUATE and REVISE
17
SUGGESTED PLAN OF ACTION
18
Suggested Plan of Action ANALYSIS
  • MEDIA INTEGRATION
  • online rubric/competency
  • online tests, surveys, etc.
  • mobile technology
  • computer-based assessment (offline)
  • others
  • Analysis
  • - learners
  • - learning environment
  • - institutional support

Learning Objectives
19
Suggested Plan of Action SELECTION
  • MEDIA INTEGRATION
  • online teachers resources
  • online students resources
  • online library/journals
  • others
  • Selection
  • - references
  • - materials
  • - value focus

Subject Matter
20
Suggested Plan of Action UTILIZATION
  • MEDIA INTEGRATION
  • online games/media
  • presentation software
  • skills development software
  • courseware
  • CAI, CAD, etc.
  • CMS, LMS, etc.
  • others
  • Utilization
  • - preparatory activities
  • - development of the
  • lesson
  • - post activity

Lesson Proper
21
Suggested Plan of Action EVALUATION
  • MEDIA INTEGRATION
  • online rubric/competency
  • online tests, surveys, etc.
  • mobile technology
  • online students/teachers resources
  • CMS, LMS, etc.
  • others
  • Evaluation
  • - assessment
  • - assigment
  • - post activity

Evaluation
22
EVALUATION OF ID WITH ICT INTERGATION
23
EVALUATION ID with Media Integration
  • What is the impact on student achievement of
    introducing ICTs in an educational setting?
  • How does this compare with other types of
    interventions?
  • UNESCO

24
EVALUATION ID with Media Integration
  • Captures attention interesting, engaging,
    variety of media, interactive
  • Relevance to the learners
  • Learning objectives presented at the beginning
    of the lesson, specific, observable
  • Provides frequent practice and immediate feedback
  • Provides formative/summative assessment
  • Kevin Kruse

25
CONCLUSION
It is no longer a question whether we need to
integrate media into the curriculum, the more
valid question is, how effective and efficient
that integration is
26
Write your reflection essays and submit it to
UVLe.
NEXT MEETING JULY 30, NO CLASSES Objective Get
acquainted with the critical role of teachers in
the use of media technology in classroom
teaching Topic Teachers as content experts,
instructional designer, assessor, co-learner,
etc. What do you think is the most important role
of a teacher in integrating technology into the
curriculum? Why? Activity Write a reflection
paper and submit it online during class time.
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