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New technologies applied to education
The media as a support for new technologies applied to education.
Conceptualization of teaching media.
The teaching aids for many years have served to increase the effectiveness of the teacher's work, without replacing the educational and human function of the teacher, as well as rationalizing the workload of the students and the time necessary for their training. scientific, and to raise motivation towards teaching and learning.
The teaching-learning processes as communication processes.
In the Teaching - Learning process, teaching means are a key factor in the didactic process.
Role played by the teacher and the student in a traditional model of teaching and in an alternative model.
The role of the teacher is equally transcendental and even determining. It is up to him to become aware of the new frontier of learning or to remain locked in traditional learning models.
When changing the learning model, the role of the student must be changed logically, that is, his contribution to the task of learning.
Media classification. Audiovisual media: advantages and limitations.
The various studies of educational psychology have highlighted the advantages of using audiovisual media in the teaching-learning process.
New technologies society and school
The society of today, the information and knowledge society
The expansion of information and communication technologies based on microelectronics, computing
New Technologies Concept
The information technology concept has two typical characteristics. On the one hand, it is frequently used in contemporary debates, especially by the political class.
Sociocultural effects of technologies
We distinguish two very articulated dimensions regarding the use and application of new technologies in Peruvian education, the first is related to our aspirations as a nation and to the educational policies of the State
Challenges for education in the information society.
It is a set of tools, supports and channels for the treatment and access to information.
The Digital Gap is an expression that refers to the socioeconomic difference between those communities that have the Internet and those that do not, although it can also refer to all the new information and communication technologies (mobile phones and other devices). It is a question of political and social scope.
Iconic literacy: image reading.
Iconic literacy concept.
However, as José María Bautista and Ana Isabel San José (2002) point out, "the central issue is not that the media should be used more in the classroom ... nor is it that we need to prepare children to know to see the cinema or the television. The urgency is that we need to prepare the children so that they know how to live and survive in a world where the image and symbolic relations are what shape reality "
Reasons for iconic literacy
The College's curriculum should not ignore this visual competence, which would complete and expand the communication possibilities of its students. It should not be underestimated.
Image definition: Manual image and technical image.
Many authors have defined what they consider an iconic image, emphasizing one or the other of its aspects, but all agree that it is a representation, which may be material or digital, of a reality captured on a surface.
The significance of iconic literacy in contemporary culture.
Literacy is the learning of the alphabet understood in a symbolic and symbolic sense, but not only from traditional alphabets, but from any more or less abstract system of signs and symbols.
The still image: from the overhead projector to the power point
Advantages and disadvantages of using the overhead projector in the classroom.
The recordings can also be used for the evaluative purpose of the students.
Still Image and Teaching Use
Furthermore, as Elena Ramírez (Tejedor, Valcárcel; 1996,127) indicates, the joint use of iconic and verbal codes "... would facilitate the performance of many tasks and the development of certain skills ..." although "... these advantages not only seem to be depending of the codes themselves, but of other elements such as: the content to be communicated
The overhead projector: technical operation.
The overhead projector. The overhead projector or overhead projector is a relatively cheap and easy-to-use device that appeared in the 1940s and is the only audiovisual device designed specifically for education.
Principles of transparency design. How is transparency made and how is it used
The projector with opaque bodies. The opaque body projector or opascope is a fairly expensive, heavy and voluminous device, which due to its low luminosity (since it projects a previously reflected image) requires a significant darkening of the room, and for this reason it is rarely used.
Techniques for preparing transparencies by manual and mechanical procedures.
Transparencies are printed or photocopied graphics, photographs, and diagrams on transparent acetate sheets