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Tech Tactics - 3rd edition

Tech Tactics - 3rd edition

ISBN13: 9780205578450

ISBN10: 0205578454

Tech Tactics by Carolyn Thorsen - ISBN 9780205578450
Cover type: Paperback
Edition: 3RD 09
Copyright: 2009
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon, Inc.
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Tech Tactics by Carolyn Thorsen - ISBN 9780205578450

ISBN13: 9780205578450

ISBN10: 0205578454

Cover type: Paperback
Edition: 3RD 09
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Summary

This concise and practical text describes the major educational computer applications and provides methods for using computer tools effectively in the teaching/learning process. Key Benefits: concise and practical text that focuses just on important computer programs and how to incorporate them into teachingKey Topics:word processors, databases, spreadsheets, and presentation/Internet authoring software , instant messaging, copyright laws, etc.Market:Pre-Service and In-service teachers

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

Chapter One Teaching with Computers Effectively?' ' ' ' 3 Technology Operations and Concepts' ' 3' ' ' ' Learning Environments' ' 4' ' ' ' Teaching, Learning, and the Curriculum' ' 5' ' ' ' What Is an Instructional Model?' ' 6' ' ' ' Assessment and Evaluation' ' 7' ' ' ' Productivity and Professional Practice' ' 8' ' ' ' Social, Ethical, Legal, and Human Issues' ' 9' ' ' ' Preparing Students for the World of Work' ' 10 Three Kinds of Computer Use' ' ' ' 11 Teaching about Computers: Computer Literacy' ' 11' ' ' ' Using the Computer as a Teacher for Your Students' ' 13' ' ' ' Using a Computer as a Cognitive Tool' ' 15 Summary' ' ' ' 18 References' ' ' ' 18 Annotated Resources' ' ' ' 20 Chapter Two' ' An Introduction to Computers for Teaching 22 Objectives' ' ' ' 22 Instructional Models and Computers' ' ' ' 25 What Does the Research Say about Using Computers in Classrooms?' ' 26' ' ' ' Constructing Technology-Supported Lessons' ' 28 Summary' ' ' ' 30 References' ' ' ' 30 Annotated Resources' ' ' ' 30 Part' Two' ' ' The Internet: Information Retrieval and Communication Acquiring and judging the value of information and exchanging information are the topics of Part Two of this book. One of the greatest strengths of the Internet is its role as a repository of information. In addition, Internet-based communication, including e-mail and web-based conferencing, helps students acquire information from each other and from experts. It provides opportunities for collaboration during problem-based learning activities. Furthermore, the Internet is becoming a classroom itself. It is a medium in which a broad range of courses and learning activities are available for both children and adults. In addition to its role as a repository for information, the Internet is a powerful tool for communication. You will learn how to design instruction based on communication over the Internet. As your students use the Internet for this purpose, they will improve their writing skills as they acquire information. Chapter Three' ' Information Retrieval &nb