Discussion : Teacher Centered vs Student Centered Differentiate between Teacher Centered vs Student Centered learning strategies. Use table to compare and contrast the advantages and limitations of Discussion Cooperative Learning Games Simulations Discovery Problem Solving

Teacher Centered vs Student Centered

  1. Differentiate between Teacher Centered vs Student Centered learning strategies.
Teacher centered Student Centered
The classroom will remain silent The classroom often noisy with the voice
The teacher will evaluate the student learning The student will evaluate their learning skill by themself
The teacher will prepared the question and the answer The student will find the answer
The teacher have the orderly list what to teach The student can choose what they want to learn.

http://education.cu-portland.edu/blog/classroom-resources/which-is-best-teacher-centered-or-student-centered-education/

http://www.nclrc.org/essentials/goalsmethods/learncentpop.html

http://www.usask.ca/gmcte/resources/teaching/tc_approach

 

  1. Use table to compare and contrast the advantages and limitations of
    • Discussion
    • Cooperative Learning
    • Games
    • Simulations
    • Discovery
    • Problem Solving
  ADVANTAGES LIMITATIONS
DISCUSSION -participate by everyone

-The student can develop the way of thinking

– discussion method is not appropriate for all the topics

– some of the students may feel shy

COOPERATIVE LEARNING – Students may explain things better to another student than a teacher to a class.

– Questions are more likely to be asked and answered in a group setting

 

– the students is responsible for each other’s learning apart from themselves

– The goal of scaffolding is for students to become independent and able to think by themselves, without the help of others

GAMES -The student learn to socialize

– Games can be educational such as simulations of flight or real-life situation

– Improved eye-hand co-ordination for playing those fast action games

– The hardware and software together are quite expensive

– Games do not need much physical activity

-can waste time

SIMULATIONS – developing self-confident among student and teacher -Sometimes it is difficult to interpret the simulation results.

 

DISCOVERY -supports an active engagement of the learner in the learning process

-it can fosters curiosity

-it can enables the development of lifelong learning skills

-the student can creates active involvement

-it can confuses the learner

– has limitations in practice

 

PROBLEM SOLVING -encourage the critical thinking -Limitation of the amount of content covered, can be time-consuming.

 

https://sites.google.com/site/edae620discussionteam5/the-advantages-and-limitation-of-discussion-method-in-teaching

https://transitiontobeginningteaching.wikispaces.com/Advantages+and+Disadvantages+of+Cooperative+Learning

http://www.teach-ict.com/gcse_new/entertainment/games/miniweb/pg8.htm

https://concentricmarket.com/blog/advantages-and-disadvantages-of-simulation/

http://kristenlockwood13.tripod.com/id22.htm

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Discussion : Cyberlearning Define cyberlearning and provide an example of a classroom application. Describe cyberlearning literacy and discuss how it maybe used in the classroom. Identify three web 2.0 resources and demonstrate an example of how they might assist learning. Explain why social networking issues important for the classroom.

1.Define cyber learning and provide an example of a classroom application.

From my research finding, in this 20st century, the cyber learning is become famous among the student. The user of this cyber learning is going to increases from time to time. From the finding research, the term of cyber learning can be refer as reflects the interest in managing the relationship of interactions between technology and education. Such an example of classroom applications is the uses of Web 2.0. The Web 2.0 is totally help student in their learning.

2.Describe cyber learning literacy and discuss how it may be used in the classroom.

The cyber learning literacy is the capable of the students to use the Web 2.0 networked computing and communication technologies to support their learning style, the knowledge and the skills needed for successful use of web 2.0 tools.

3.Identify three web 2.0 resources and demonstrate an example of how they might assist learning.

Skype: With Skype, students can learn from other students, connect with other cultures, and expand their knowledge in amazing ways by communicating through their computer with a webcam.

Kidblog: This kidblog site was designed specifically for elementary and middle school teachers who want to provide their students to create their own bloq. Kidblog is simple and powerful tools that allow students to publish posts and participate in discussions.

Linoit: Linoit is a great service that provides its registered users with virtual “stickies” that can be placed on a canvas or bulletin board area.

4.Explain why social networking issues important for the classroom.

In this 21st century learning, the social networking issues are important for the classroom. This is because this is important to help student more clearly about what they had learn. Beside that this can offer the fun learning for the student.

 

http://nspire.wsu.edu/docs/2012_Cyberlearning_FINAL.pdf

https://quizlet.com/20068296/cyberlearning-literacy-flash-cards/

http://www.kidsdiscover.com/teacherresources/web-2-0-tools-classroom/

http://edjudo.com/web-2-0-teaching-tools-links

Discussion : ASSURE Model (Siri 1) What are the primary types of criteria used to analyze learners? Why are learning objectives an important aspect of lesson planning? What are the four components of a well-written objective? List abd describe procedures for selecting, modifying and designing strategies, technology and media

1.What are the primary types of criteria used to analyze learners?

The first step, the teacher need to analyses the student. The learner characteristics need to be suit with the outcome learning. The information that the teacher had, it will help the teacher in the decisions for the outcome learning.

 

2.Why are learning objectives an important aspect of lesson planning?

Learning objectives is important in the making of lesson plan. This is important because it will states specifically what a learner can do in teaching and learning process. Such an example the student can identify the different of certain objects. Beside that it is also important to be used in choosing the good learning activities. Good learning activities will grab easily the learner attention in the class.

 

3.What are the four components of a well-written objective?

To well-written the objective the teacher should follow this four components that is known as ABCDs.

-A is stand for audience which the teacher need to know this objectives is created for whom.

-B is stand for behavior which the teacher need to choose wisely what the behavior or performance that they want to demonstrated during learning process.

-C is stand for conditions which the teacher need to know what the conditions or performance that they will observed

-D is for degree which means the teacher need to know what degree will the knowledge or skill be mastered.

 

4.List and describe procedures for selecting, modifying and designing strategies, technology and media

-figure out what delivery method will be best for our instruction.

-The strategies to use the learning aid

-The strategies to form the group discussion

-The teachers lead the student into discovering the correct answer.

http://educationaltechnology.net/assure-instructional-design-model/

http://www.unesco.org/webworld/ramp/html/r8810e/r8810e04.htm

https://learnandteachstatistics.wordpress.com/2013/07/01/objectives/

Discussion Title: Principles of Effective Instruction What are the eight principles of effective instruction? Describe the similarities and differences in the principles of effective tecnology and media utilization. What is the text literacy

What are the eight principles of effective instruction?

-Understand the way student learn

-support student

-create the learning environment

-adopt a balance approach to literacy approach

-guide the writing and reading experience

-good in organize literacy instruction

-good in connect the instruction and assessment

https://prezi.com/fqpirbdjwxn7/copy-of-8-principles-of-effective-teachers-of-reading/

 

Describe the similarities and differences in the principles of effective technology and media utilization.

Effective technology Media utilization
similarities
Both effective technology and media utilization is important in the 21st century learning. This is because this two is relate with each other and nearly have the same uses. Both of this may help the teacher to teach the student.
differences
-teach effectively with technology

-guide students to learn with technology

-students use technology to communicate knowledge and skills

-access media

-understand media

-analyze media

-create media

http://www.slideshare.net/godsall/2-nur642designing-and-assessing-pp2

 

What is the text literacy

Text literacy means the ability to read and write to a competent level.

http://wordspy.com/index.php?word=text-literacy

Discussion Title: Differentiate the terms of Instruction, Teaching, & Technology Before we start to create and innovate something related to the educational technology. There are terms need to be explain and clarify; Instruction Teaching Technology

-Instruction can be defined as the direction of what to do in detailed direction. http://whatis.techtarget.com/definition/instruction

-Teaching means give the knowledge to the students. Everyone who delivers the information will be labeled as the teacher. Based on the Edmund Amidon stated that teaching can be defined as an interactive process, primarily involving classroom talk, which takes place between teacher and pupil and occurs during certain definable activities.

http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/teach

https://teach.com/what/teachers-teach/

https://www.google.com.my/search?biw=1517&bih=725&q=teaching+definition&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjHpKLBnZjPAhWHrY8KHQ2hDzwQ1QIImAEoAQ

-Technology can be defined in various ways. This is because technology has in every field of work. So here technology can be assumed as products, process and also an organization.

http://www.useoftechnology.com/what-is-technology/

Discussion Title: Characteristics of 21st century Learner Discuss the characteristic of 21st century learner. How important we as an educator to know 21st century learner? How its effect technologies in education?

 

As we know 21st century learner is become more challenging to the teacher to handle it. This is because this group of learner is now become more vulnerable with the surrounding. There are a few characteristics of 21st century learner that is more obvious that can be seen. First is this 21st century learner is become more independent. As we know nowadays the things that we did not know we can only find it by surf the internet. So for this group of learner, they now did not need teacher to teach them actually because they can learn the lesson by surf at the internet at home, no need to attend the class. Beside that this group of learner is become more knowledgeable, they know everything, they also will get prepare first before they attend to the class.

http://literacy.dpsnc.net/21st-century-literacy/characteristics-of-21st-century-learners

https://drsaraheaton.wordpress.com/2011/12/07/21st-century-learners/

In this 21st century, we as the educator need to know about 21st century learner. This is because this group of learner is different with the past. So for this group of learner the educator need also to update their teaching skill to attract this group of learner. Because, if we as an educator fail to put ourself same level with this group of learner, the teaching and learning process will be not happen, because this group of learner would underestimate thus as the educator.

http://edtechtimes.com/2015/11/03/5-things-you-need-to-know-about-21st-century-learning/

Nowadays in this 21st century, the technology has taken away all the traditional teaching method. The technology is become the medium to teach and learn in the class. That will be effect on the rises of the technology user. With the rises of the technology user, the student will be independent learning.

http://www.teachhub.com/how-technology-changed-learning

http://edtechreview.in/trends-insights/insights/277-role-of-technology-in-21st-century