Integrating Educational Technology into Teaching (4th Edition)
For courses in Computers in Education and Educational Technology.
Integrating Educational Technology into Teaching, 4th edition, by M.D. Roblyer, provides hands-on practice with technology tools to illustrate how to integrate technology into the curriculum to support and shape learning. The author’s five-part Technology Integration Planning Model (TIP Model) shows teachers how to create an environment in which technology can effectively enhance learning.
For this 4th edition, the author has developed a cohesive, comprehensive technology integration framework that builds on the strong research, the TIP model, and the numerous integration strategies of previous editions, and includes powerful classroom video clips of effective use of technology to shape learning.
Designed to help teach both theoretical and practical characteristics of technology integration strategies. Softcover. CD-ROM included. DLC: Educational Technology--U.S. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
The publisher, Prentice-Hall Career & Technology
Written from the teacher's perspective -- and ideal for both novice and experienced computer users alike -- this text presents practical, effective theory-based strategies for integrating technology resources and technology-based methods into everyday classroom practices. Comprehensive in coverage, it provides essential background information, reviews thoroughly the qualities and benefits of all of the computer technology options available to educators, and shows and tells -- with numerous sample lesson plans -- how each of these technologies may be integrated into the other activities and tasks for which teachers are responsible. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
From the Back Cover
Integration methods should be rooted in both learning theory and teaching practice. Integration should match specific teaching and learning needs. Old integration strategies are not necessarily bad; new strategies are not necessarily good.
Using these three premises as a foundation, this text presents effective theory- and research-based strategies for integrating technology resources and technology-based methods into everyday classroom practices. It is written from the teacher's perspective, making it ideal for both novice and experienced computer users.
--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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