Teaching and Learning with TechnologyFourth edition continues to offer a foundation in learning theory and instructional design that helps position educational technology within the framework of teaching and learning. The text explores current and emerging technologies available to teachers. Using practical applications, examples from the classroom, and an array of reflection activities, the text offers students the opportunity to fully explore and apply technologies as tools to enhance teaching and learning. New Chapter 4 on diversity highlights technologies for special education students, ESL students, gifted, as well as diverse learning styles. The Fourth edition's new Chapter 14 New Technologies focuses on emerging technologies relevant to today's educators. Faculty will find a full range of in-text activities including reviews, group, critical thinking, and hands-on experiences as well as marginal references to the robust MyEducationLab website.
Table of Contents
PART ONE Chapter 1: Teaching, Technology, and You Chapter 2: Theoretical Foundations Chapter 3: Designing and Planning Technology-Enhanced Instruction Chapter 4: Diversity PART TWO Chapter 5: Personal Computers in the Learning Environment Chapter 6: Digital Technologies in the Classroom Chapter 7: Administrative Software Chapter 8: Academic Software Chapter 9: The Internet and World Wide Web Chapter 10: Using the Web for Teaching and Learning Chapter 11: Audiovisual Technologies PART THREE Chapter 12: Distance Education: Using Technology to Redefine the Classroom Chapter 13: Issues in Implementing Technology in Schools Chapter 14: Emerging Technologies in Schools