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Education in Technology
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The application of technological processes and tools which can be used
to solve problems of instruction and learning.
To orient the learner to the importance of educational
To impart skills in planning, designing, using and evaluating
the technology-enriched teaching learning process.
To make the classrooms teaching easy, clear, interesting,
effective, understandable, objective and scientific.
has contributed in developing various methods, for example,
micro-teaching method, simulated teaching,
interaction analysis, audio-visual aids and programmed learning
helpful in making the teaching process
objective, easy, clear, interesting and scientific.
To convert behavioral objectives into the learning conditions in
the context of educational objectives.
To analyze the characteristics of the learners.
To organize the contents.
To evaluate the performance of the students with reference to
the achievement of educational objectives.
Importance & Need
Increasing the Effectiveness on Teaching-Learning
Maximizing the Output —Educational technology has maximized
the learning facilities.
Advantages of Technology in Classrooms
Prepares Students for the Future
Increases Student Engagement and Motivation
Provides Current Information and Wider Access
Disadvantages of Technology in Classrooms
the decision to purchase new technology is controversial, while managing your financial
New Skills -
People will need to be learned/trained to successfully
use the new technology that is incorporated.
Maintenance -The duration of its efficiency may affect the value of
Example of hardware
Flat screen monitor
CD/DVD RW drive
Example of software
a) Microsoft word
b) Microsoft power point
c) Microsoft Excel
d) Microsoft Publisher
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What is teaching aids?
Teaching aids play a key role in teaching-learning situations.
It works as the support to both teacher and taught in the pursuit of
knowledge and curriculum transaction.
No power dependence
Can be used in board day light
No maintenance costs
Mistakes can be corrected instantly.
Non projected Tools/Aids
Those aids which do not require projector, projection
screen or electricity.
Types of non projected
defined as a visual representation of numerical data.
Maps constitute an indispensible aid in teaching many subject like
geography, history, economics and social studies.
A chart is a combination of pictorial, graphic, numerical or vertical
material which presents a clear visual summery.
Presents a single idea or a subject forcefully and effectively.
Motivated the class.
It can highlight events and projects.
Flash cards are used for presentation of an idea in the form of posters,
pictures, words and sentences.
Models are used for demonstrating the three dimensional
representation of real things or abstract things.
They are particularly used for some specific purposes:
As a visual support material in instruction
As a objects for study or manipulation in individualized learning.
They can reduce very large objects to a size that can be conveniently
They can be used to demonstrate the interior structures of objects or systems with clarity.
Types of projected:
Over Head Projector (OHP)
It consists of a base area with a transparent glass
covering onto which light is focused from below.
A projector lies above this base, which magnifies the light coming from below and
projects it onto the desired point.
These are latest in the line which come with a HDMI port that can be used to connect the laptop or computer with
them and display on a screen the slides that are available.
They are vital for making presentations for learning computer programming languages and combined with
the internet knowledge is right in front.
Power point Slides
Starting from games to educational content there seems to be no dearth to the things which this app can do.
It is a very easy to make and use and students are
definitely pulled towards these flashy slides.
Films strip can be prepared for pictures, diagrams and
but unlike slides there is a sequential
movement in the screen,
films strips can be prepared for
structured lecture/narration or a story.
Some schools have even done away with textbooks and provide all
course information on the device.
This has taken away somewhat from traditional learning but also gives
student a wealth of opportunity.
Example of IT Tools/Aids
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called instruction material.
Definitions of Audio Visual Tools
According to Burton, “These are sensory
objectives and images which stimulate and
emphasis on learning process”.
Objectives of Teaching Aids
To enhance teachers skills which help to make
teaching-learning process effective.
Make learners active in classroom
Communicate them according to their capabilities.
Develop lesson plan and build interest.
To make students good observer.
Develop easy and understandable learning material.
To make teaching process more effective.
Audio Aids examples are Radio, Tape-recorder,Linguaphone, Audio cassette player, Language laboratory.
Visual Aids examples are Chart, Black and white board,Maps, Pictures, Models, Text-books, Slide projector, Transparency, Flash-cards, Print materials.
Audiovisual Aids examples are LCD project, Film project,TV, Computer, Virtual Classroom, Multimedia.
Advantages of Audio Visual Tools
Its helps to make learning process more effective
Its helps to grab the attention of students.
It builds interest and motivation teaching students
It enhance the energy level of teaching and students.
It is even better for over burden classrooms
It provides students a realistic approach and
Disadvantages of Audio Visual Tools
Characteristics of Audio Visual Tools
Relevancy – to the concept which needs to be developed.
Useful and purposeful teaching
Interest – make the learning process very easy
Motivation – they make the learning process in
classroom interesting especially in activity oriented subjects for effective learning.
Realism – possess the quality of developing real
concepts of the things.
Who can take benefit from Visual Aids?
Having Language Disorder
Autism Spectrum Disorder
Those who have Learning Disabilities
Student who have English as a secondary language
Personality Development Delay
Have the problem of hearing Impairment
Use of Audio Visual Tools in Classroom
The study changes living bodies (Seed germination, development of plants and animals). For this purpose film, projector, chart or models can be uses.
To summaries a series of observation : after a field trip a suitable film presents a quick summary of things observed.
To show the interior of things (human body, internal structured of animals and palms) can only be studiedwith the help of photography or films can help in such situation.
To present historic material : photographic records of important events, people and places can be used for this purpose.