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Innovations Technology for Behavioral Education <ul><li>Kritayaphorn Surinkham </li></ul><ul><li>540231039 </li></ul>
<ul><li>This book is composed and edited by Mary Banks Gregerson, published by Springer in 2010 . </li></ul><ul><li>The main point of this book tells the readers about the role of technology and media as the tools for delivery of health care and the tools in medical and psychological education </li></ul>
Technology Innovation <ul><li>Technological innovation has a special place in the future of behavioral education for both students and educators. Clearly the relationship of technology and higher education has enduring meaning for tomorrow’s workforce and today’s students. For students, a new multimedia pedagogy integrates new technologies for a more effective and appealing educational environment. Effectiveness needs no further explanation, but attractiveness does. Student choice rules in education today. This consumer-driven higher education environment necessitates a more student-centered approach to learning, one in which technology plays a large part. So, the integration of technology into education not only capitalizes on home life trends but also anchors the educational experience relative to future work activities </li></ul>
INSIDE the BOOK <ul><li>The half of the whole chapter tells us the readers that technology innovation in behavioral education is not only about students using technology but also about technology enhancing their learning experience. In America the psychology of multimedia has traditionally implied the use of film and other electronic modality adjuncts such as PowerPoint. </li></ul><ul><li>Newer technologies than these expand the horizons of behavioral education. Multimedia education maximizes learning by involving many different sensory modalities. Newer technologies of the virtual environment activate more senses than the standard PowerPoint and overhead projections. These engender flexible learning skills that foster receptivity to innovation, a key to future mastery of technology that does not yet exist. Visionary leadership is required to guide judicious and careful design of technological innovation plans and their implementation as well as evaluation . </li></ul>
INSIDE the BOOK(2) <ul><li>For the applications of technology innovation in behavioral education divided into two types (application for delivery of health care and application for the medical and psychological education) </li></ul>
INSIDE the BOOK(3) <ul><li>A technology innovation for healthcare (also called Telehealth or more broadly eHealth) is no longer a new term or a novel way to deliver health care. Behavioral telehealth has been used in one form or the other for over 40 years, but current technological developments such as high-speed internet and wireless capabilities are making this form of delivery of service even more common. it is clear that the development, adoption, and implementation of a broad range of new eHealth applications (e.g., online health information websites, interactive electronic health records, health decision support programs, tailored health education programs, health care system portals, and mobile health communication programs) hold tremendous promise to increase consumer and provider access to relevant health information, enhance the quality of care, reduce health care errors, increase collaboration, and encourage the adoption of healthy behaviors for people especially those who live in remote areas. </li></ul>
INSIDE the BOOK(4) <ul><li>As the tool for educations, Technology is a broad term when used in the context of education. It varies in terms of tools: presentation slides (PowerPoint), “clickers,” You Tube videos, course management systems (e.g., Blackboard, Desire2Learn, and Moodle), Interactive whiteboards, and virtual worlds (e.g., Second Life); type of course (hybrid, wholly on-line, and wholly face-to-face) or the intended outcome or goal (e.g., advising, encouraging student interaction or collaboration, and quizzing). There are a number of recent and excellent guides to help educators think about how current and emerging tools in our increasingly digital age can positively impact their students, whether close at hand or in virtual communities. Technology’s use can also vary depending on the level it is used at: Undergraduate, graduate, medical school, and continuing education levels. Technology is particularly influential for continuing education (CE), the main purpose of which is to update, refresh, and reinforce knowledge. Once delivered primarily by lecture attendance or seminars. Moreover, Wall Street Journal Health columnist Melinda Beck wrote in the June 8, 2010 issue: “Increasingly, professors from Psych 101 to medical schools and psychoanalytic institutes are using fiction and film in classroom assignments or outside electives. For example, University of South Carolina School of Medicine popular elective psychiatry diagnostic course “Therapy Bites,” which views and diagnoses the vampire and non-vampire characters in the Twilight series. </li></ul>
Conclusion <ul><ul><li>It has still been rising of technology innovations in education hub for developing educational system for every field in education not only in medical and psychological education. As the non-stop progressing technology in the world serve instructors and students needs, technology has believed as one of the important factors of successful academic life. </li></ul></ul>