Chapter 3 Presentation (updated)

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<p>Computers and Computer Tolls for Teaching and Learning</p> <p>Chapter 3Computers and Computer Tools for Teaching and Learning</p> <p>Presents Information-websites, in-class presentationsCommunication-e-mail, internetManage Instructional Processes-keeping records, calculating grades, assessing student progressProduce Material-papers, graphs, presentationsHow to Use the Computer as a Teacher or an Assistant</p> <p>Word Processor-preparing lesson plans, creating quizzes and tests, writing newsletters, communication with parentsGraphic Tools-create images for handouts, signs for classroom display, designing, class news lettersSpread Sheets-keeping student records, grade books, entering and analyzing data</p> <p>Using Major Computer Productivity Tools for teachers</p> <p>Databases-tracking student performance, building a collection of tests and quiz questions over materialPresentation Software-lectures, presentations, preparing notes or materials that need to be printedAuthoring Software-interactive materials, compiling a teaching portfolioTelecommunication-obtaining up-to-date content on various subjects, communicating with other teachers, students, and parents</p> <p>Using Major Computer Productivity Tools for TeachersWord Processor-writing papers and other written work, performing pre-writing activities, typing notesGraphic Tools-creating a graph of data, editing photos for presentations or reports, making drawings for illustrated materialSpread Sheets-entering and analyzing data, creating charts for visual representationsDatabases-finding information for assignmentsUsing Major Computer Productivity Tools for Students</p> <p>Presentation Software-making in-class presentations, creating multimedia reports or projects, compiling multimedia portfoliosAuthoring Software-developing multimedia reports or projects, creating interactive materials, creating multimedia portfoliosTelecommunication-accessing up-to-date information for researching assignments, using e-mail</p> <p>Using Major Computer productivity tools for Students</p> <p>Refers to any item, piece of equipment, or product system that is used to increase, maintain, or improve the functional capabilities of an individual with a disability5 Types of Assistive Technology:-Computer Access-Augmentative Communication-Visual Aids-Auditory Aids-Cognitive AidsAssistive Technology</p> <p>Motor Difficulties-oversized keyboards, joy sticks, touch pads, touch screensNonverbal or Communication Difficulties-digital communication, picture boards, type and talk devices, pocket communicatorsVisually impaired-enlarging fonts, screen readers, Braille, stand-alone reading aidsAuditory Impairment-closed captioning, FM systems, hearing aidsCognitive Impairments-various computer-based instruction, different multimedia software</p> <p>Types of Assistive technology</p> <p>sourceshttp://atto.buffalo.edu/registered/ATBasics/Foundation/intro/index.phphttp://www.proprofs.comhttp://www.slideshare.netNewby, Timothy J. Educational Technology for Teaching and Learning</p>