EDTC 5203: Module 7 Process

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  • Start with a learning theory: How do students learn best?
    Instructional theories are derived from the learning theory.
    Instructional strategies are processes used to apply an instructional theory.
  • EDTC 5203: Module 7 Process

    1. 1. Module 7: Processes Foundations of EducationalTechnology
    2. 2. The Input – Process – Output Paradigm Input Conditions Information Data Environment Process Methods Actions Procedures Development Output Results Outcomes Products Ideas
    3. 3. Definition of “Technology”  “The systematic application of scientific or other organized knowledge to practical tasks” (Galbraith, 1967, p. 12).  Hard technology: physical products that result from technological research and development  Soft technology: intellectual processes
    4. 4. Education is a Process Education is a series of purposeful actions and operations – a process.The goals of education represent desired learning outcomes; thus, education, in general, can be regarded as a process.
    5. 5. Technology can facilitate educational processes  Technological processes are dedicated means, based on scientific thinking, for communicating ideas and taking action to facilitate teaching and learning.  Common misconceptions:  Technology is the end rather than the means  Technology is a panacea for all ills of education  Technology can replace people
    6. 6. Alignment of Concept,Theory, & Practice Conceptual Framework Theoretical Framework Practical Framework Process is conceived as a series of actions directed toward a desired result. Independent process & collective processes are dedicated to facilitate learning and improve performance. An instructional strategy (process) based on situated learning moves the student through a learning space that increases its fidelity to a performance space. Situated Learning SL posits that learning is achieved most productively when students are guided through a graduated series of cases. 1) Sample case 2) Practice case 3) Action case
    7. 7. SystemsTheory  Effective educational technology systems should be: Systematic Synergistic Rules & proceduresPredictably generate consistent product SystemicOne part can change the whole Responsive relationship Sum of multiple elements is greater than sum of individuals
    8. 8. Processes throughout EdTech  Study – generating & analyzing data, information, knowledge, wisdom  Ethical Practice – appropriate processes for a given situation  Facilitating Learning – implementation of instructional processes  Improving Performance – processes to improve performance  Creating – efficient development processes for creating effective instructional materials and systems  Managing – proper management of processes