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The computer as the teacher tool

The computer as the teacher tool in teaching and learning process

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The computer as the teacher tool

  1. 1. The Computer as the Teacher Tool
  2. 2. Constructivism • Was introduced by Piaget (1981) AND Bruner (1990) • They gave stress to knowledge discovery of new meaning/ concepts/principles in the learning process While knowledge is constructed by the individual learner in constructivism, knowledge can also be socially constructed.
  3. 3. Social Constructivism • It is an effort to show that the construction of knowledge is governed by social, historical and cultural contexts. • The Psychologist Vygotsky stressed that learning is affected by social influences. • Dewey sees language as a medium for social coordination and adaptation. – Human learning is really human languaging that occurs when students socially share, build and agree upon meanings and knowledge.
  4. 4. The Computer’s Capability Given its present-day, speed, flexibility and sophistication, the computer can provide access to information, foster creative social knowledge-building, and enhance the communication of the achieved project package.
  5. 5. The teacher can employ the computer as a/an: • An information tool • A communication tool • A constructive tool • As co-constructive tool • A situating tool
  6. 6. Informative Tool • The computer can provide vast amount of information in various forms, such as text, graphics, sound and video. Even multimedia encyclopedias are today available on the internet. • Given the fact that the internet can serve as a channel for global communication, the computer can very well be the key tool for video teleconferencing session.
  7. 7. Constructive Tool • The computer itself can be used for manipulating information, visualizing one’s understanding, and building new knowledge.
  8. 8. Co-constructive Tool • Students can use co-constructive tools to work cooperatively and construct a shared understanding of knowledge. One way of co-construction is the use of the electronic whiteboard where students may also co- edit the same document from their homes.
  9. 9. Situating Tool • By means of virtual reality (RS) extension systems, the computer can create 3D images on display to give the user the feeling that are situated in a virtual environment. • A flight situation program is an example of a situating tool which places the user in a simulated flying environment.
  10. 10. IT in Support of Student-Centered Learning (SCL)
  11. 11. The traditional classroom • Usually arranged with neat columns and rows of student chairs • The teacher stands in front of the classroom or sit behind his/her desk
  12. 12. The SCL classrooms • Schools in the developed countries desire to gain effective, efficient and economic administration and instruction have adopted the use of ICT. • The students have now become active learner rather than passive learners • Learners can interact with other learners, demonstrate independence and self-aware in their learning process.
  13. 13. The new school classroom environment is characterized by student individually or in groups: • Performing computer word processing for text and graphs presentation • Preparing power point presentation • Searching for information on the Internet • Brainstorming on ideas, problems and project plans as needed.
  14. 14. The Internet and Education
  15. 15. Internet • Also called as NET • It is the largest and far-flung network system- of-all-systems. • It is not really a network but a loosely organized collection of about 25,000 networks accessed by computers on the planet.
  16. 16. TCP/IP (Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol) • Standardized protocol (set of rules for exchanging data) Server • a computer or computer program that manages access to a centralized resource or service in a network. • Originally developed and still subsidized by the United States government • Connects not only commercial, industrial, scientific establishments but all other sectors including education and its libraries, campuses and computer centers.
  17. 17. IP Address (192.168.1.1)
  18. 18. Computers that are being connected to the server
  19. 19. This is the server where were connected using Internet
  20. 20. Thank You

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