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Ed105A Technology and Dehumanization

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Report for Ed105A Educational Technology 1

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Ed105A Technology and Dehumanization

  1. 1. Chapter 2 : Technology and Dehumanization Presented by: Juliemer B. Absalon TFR 1:00-2:30 Presented to: Dr. Ma. Theresa P. Pelones
  2. 2. Lucido, Paz, Educational Technology, Lorimar Publishing Incorporated, Philippines
  3. 3. Lucido, Paz, Educational Technology, Lorimar Publishing Incorporated, Philippines
  4. 4. Human Mechanization (Phil Lange) We turn them on and off whenever it suits our fancy. No explanation is offered on why and what they do. Their plans and future are unheard. All work and no play. Their human worth is judged only by the quality of their products. Human empathy is absent. Lucido, Paz, Educational Technology, Lorimar Publishing Incorporated, Philippines
  5. 5. Teacher- Communicator Interaction between communicators/ teacher and listener/student. Self-evaluation or reflection by listener/student. Dialogue or interchange between communicator and listener. Regular meeting and consultations. Lucido, Paz, Educational Technology, Lorimar Publishing Incorporated, Philippines
  6. 6. “Technology is made for man and not man for technology.” “Technology is made for the teacher and not the teacher for technology.”
  7. 7. The integration of technology in instructional process must focus on: The interactive and meaningful learning The development of creative and critical thinking The development and nurturing of teamwork The efficient and effective teaching
  8. 8. Traditional Way delivery vehicle for instructional lessons learner learns from the technology source and presenter of knowledge serves as a teacher
  9. 9. Constructivist Point of View (Jonassen, 1990) exploring knowledge to support learning by constructing accessing needed information, comparing perspectives, beliefs and world views serves as context to support learning -by - doing representing and stimulating meaningful real- world problems, situation and contexts defining a safe, controllable problem space for student thinking serves as a social medium to support learning by conversing collaborating with others discussing, arguing, and building consensus among members of the community serves as intellectual partner to support learning- by- reflecting helping learners articulate and represent what they know reflecting of what they have learned and how they come to know it
  10. 10. THANK YOU 

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