UNIVERSITY OF CALOOCAN CITY
Camarin Campus, Caloocan City
TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
Second Semester, 2011-2012
Course Code: MSC 132
Course Title: Educational Technology II
Contact Hours: 54 Hours
Credit Units: 3 Units
Pre-requisite: Educational Technology I
The subject “Educational Technology II” is a three (3) unit course designed to introduce both traditional and innovative technologies to facilitate and foster meaning ful and effective learning. Students are expected to demonstrate a sound understanding of the nature, application and production of the various types of educational technologies.
This course will likewise focus both on developing teacher support materials and the production of technology-based student outputs.
The subject further provides learning experiences through creating teaching/visual aids that will help develop the learning clients’ teaching competence.
Moreover, this course is designed to prepare the students in the selection, development, organization, and effective use of instructional materials. It involves the study of types, values, limitations and sources of instruction sheets and other teaching aids.
- To lend familiarization on how educational technology can be utilized as the media for the avenues teaching-learning process in the school.
- To impart skills in planning, designing, using, and evaluating the technology-enriched teaching and learning process.
- To provide education in the use of technology in instruction by providing knowledge and skills on technology integration-in-instruction to learners.
- To impart learning experiences in instructional technology-supported instructional planning.
- To acquaint students on information technology or IT-related learning theories with the computer as a tutor.
- To engage learners on practical technology integration issues including IT classrooms, use of the internet for learning, cooperative learning through the use of information technology.
- Written reports
- Research papers
- MS Office Outputs
- Teaching demonstration
- Instructional Video
- Lecture / discussion
- Cybernetics sessions
- Group discussion
- Film showing
Course Content: Contact Hours
Chapter I: Background, Information and Overview: ……………….6 hrs
1.1. A Review of Educational Technology 1
1.2. An Overview of Educational Technology 2
1.3. Educational Technology in the Asia Pacific Region
Chapter II: Inclinations to Educational Technology …………………3 hrs
2.1. Basic Concepts on Integrating Technology in Instruction
2.2. State-of-the-Art ET Application Practices
Chapter III: The Role of IT in Educational Technology……………..3 hrs
3.1. IT Enters A New Learning Environment
3.2. IT for Higher Thinking Skills and Creativity
3.3. Higher Thinking Skills Through IT-Based Projects
Chapter IV: Computers as the Third Revolution in Education …..3 hrs
4.1. Computers as Information and Communication Technology
4.2. The Computers as a Tutor
4.3. The Computer as the Teacher’s Tool
Chapter V: Use of Technology in Teaching-Learning Process ..…9 hrs
5.1. Information Technology in Support of Student-Centered Learning
5.2. Cooperative Learning with the Computer
5.3. The Software as an Educational Resource
5.4. Understanding Hypermedia
5.5. The Internet and Education
Chapter VI: Application/Softwares Commonly Used in Education
/ Hands-on Activities …………………….……………….......….15 hrs
6.1. MS Office Applications
6.1.1. MS Word Basics
6.1.2 MS Powerpoint Basics
6.1.3. MS Excel Basics
6.2. Adobe Photoshop Basics
6.3. Windows Movie Maker Basics
Students will be able to appreciate the concept and nature of “Educational Technology” for future application; acquire the necessary background on how to make teaching devices integrated with technology and based on proper classifications and identifications; and apply the skills in constructing instructional materials in teaching.
Please refer to your UCC Student’s Handbook
Paz I. Lucido et.al., Educational Technology 1, Philippines, Q.C., 2008
Paz I. Lucido, Educational Technology 2, Philippines, Manila, 2007
Brenda B. Corpuz et.al., Principles of Teaching 1, Philippines, Quezon City, 2007
Gloria G. Salandanan , Principles and Strategies of Teaching, Phil., Q. C., 2007
***Subject to change without prior notice.