2. The student
What is Educational Technology?
Technology: Boon or Bane
The Roles of Educational Technology in Learning
The Roles of Technology in Learning
Cone of Experience
Learning through Educational Technology 1 & 2
3. I am Lea Ann S. Redoble, 29
years old. Currently studying at Cebu
Technological University, Moalboal,
Campus, taking up Bachelor in
Elementary Education (BEEd).
4. What is Educational Technology?
It is a Profession
It is a field study
which is concerned
with the practice
It is a field involved in
applying a complex,
integrated process to
analyze and solve
problems in human
It is a method for
such as cognitive
and critical thinking
5. Technology is in our hands. After
understanding what educational technology is
all about, it may be good to reflect on whether
this thing called technology is a boon or a bane
to education, a blessing or a curse to
9. The learner is made to accept as gospel truth
information they get from the internet.
The TV makes the learner a mere spectator not an
active participant in the drama of life.
The learner surfs the internet for zombie games.
11. Traditional way
i.e. as delivery vehicles for instruction lessons.
i. e. as partner in the learning process.
12. The learner learns from the technology serve as a TEACHER.
Technology serves as source and presenter of knowledge
13. Technology like computers is seen as productivity
It is assumed that “knowledge is embedded in the
technology and the technology presents that
knowledge to a student.”
14. Technology serves as a PARTNER IN LEARNING.
Educational technology serves as learning tools to
15. It provides opportunities for technology and learner
interaction for meaningful learning.
It engages learners in active, constructive,
intentional, authentic and cooperative learning.
17. For accessing needed information
For comparing perspectives, beliefs and world views
18. For representing and simulating meaningful real-
world problems, situations and contexts.
For representing beliefs, perspectives, arguments
and stories of others.
For defining a safe controllable problem space for
19. For collaborating with others.
For discussing, arguing and building consensus
among members of a community.
For supporting discourse among knowledge-building
20. For constructing personal representations of
For helping what learners to articulate and represent
what they know
For reflecting on what they have learned and how
they came to know it
21. It is pictorial device that presents
the learning experiences arranged according
to the degree of abstraction.
24. There is little doubt that information and
communication technologies have changed the
world in which we live. They have enabled us to
communicate, learn, work and relate to one
As the representative body that is
responsible for the states’ purse strings,
legislators also are demanding more rigorous
evidence that education funding is increasing
student achievement before they make
significant additional investment. In particular,
because technology is a relatively new tool in
education, a high level of scrutiny often is placed
on technology’s effectiveness.
25. As a future teacher, we must
engaged our students of the new digital
world of information technology or
modern world society because we are
now in 21st century.
When they are implemented,
instructional courseware, digital content
and other electronic learning resources
can help meet intermediary goals that
can lead to improved student
achievement, making technology an
essential tool in teaching.