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Introduction to ICT in Education

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Harry Barton Essel

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Transcript of Introduction to ICT in Education

Introduction to ICT in Education
Who am I?
Pope John Secondary School, Koforidua
Professional Associations
Main Objective for the Course
help Teachers and prospective Teachers lead, manage, and use information technology to shape strategic IT decisions at every level within higher education
By Dr. Harry Barton Essel
Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi (Undergraduate Degree)
Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi (PhD Degree)
National Service as Teaching Assistant (Publishing Studies)
International Society of Education Through Art (INSEA)
Ghana Society of Education Through Art (GHASEA)
Building Learning Communities (BLC)
eLearning Guild (Associate Member)
An Effective knowledge management of Postgraduate intellectual outputs in KNUST (published)
The Value of Multimedia in Electronic Theses and Dissertation training (Published)
Painting the digital illustration concepts with orthodox drawing methodologies
Engaging classroom interactions with open response systems
Interactive Multimedia App Designer/developer
Web app Design/ Developer
Desktop App Design/Developer
Data visualization and Infographics (visual Presentations)
Professional Blogging with WordPress
google blogger and google sites
Web2.0 gears for Educations
(Google Apps)
Course Content
1. Introduction to ICT in Education
2. Internet and its applications
3. Web 2.0 gears
4. Educational Technology
5. Instructional System Design
6. Instructional Design
7. Multimedia and Hypermedia
8. Computer-based and Web-based (Online) learning
9. Prototyping of user interface Design
Introduction to ICT in Education
Definitions of ICT in Education
Categories of ICT in Education product
Ways ICT is improving Education

Internet and its application
Abstraction of the Internet
Other networking systems (Intranet, extranet, Ethernet etc)
The worldwide web (publishing web, participatory web and semantic web)
Web-based (web browsers, search engines, websites)
Data transfer on the web
Web 2.0 gears (Google Apps and other)
What are web 2.0 tools?
Categorizations and examples of web 2.0 tools
Creating user accounts for online gears
Introduction to cloud computing and collaborative systems ( Dropbox, Google drive, iCloud, SkyDrive)
Professional Social Networking (linkedin, Twitter, Pinterest)
Curriculum and Information management System (Edmodo)
Reference management System (Mendeley)
Online plagiarism detection systems – writecheck, Turnitin, ithentication, plagiarism
Educational Technology
• Education
• Technology
• Educational Technology
• Historic Timeline of Educational Technology
• Benefits of technology in education
• Edgar Dale’s Cone of Experience
• Allied Terminologies of Educational Technology
o Instructional Technology
o Human Performance Technology (HPT)

Instructional System Design
Grounded definitions and other traditional systematic approaches
Introduction to the ADDIE process

Definitions of Instructional Design
Who is an Instructional Designer?
Roles of Instructional Technologist or designer
Instructional Design model
o Gagne’s Nine Events of Instruction
o Kirkpatrick’s Four Levels of Instructional Evaluation
Delivery modes of instructional Design
o Asynchronous delivery model
o Synchronous delivery model
Instructional Technology Systems for learning support
Electronic Learning (eLearning)
Mobile Learning (mLearning)
Assistive Technology (Assistive Learning)
Blended Learning

Instructional Design
Multimedia and Hypermedia
• Definition of Terminologies
• Multimedia
• Hypermedia
• Virtual Reality
• Delivery of Multimedia
• Where to use Multimedia and Hypermedia
• The stages of Multimedia Project

Computer-based and Web-based learning
Computer-based Learning
Definitions of Computer-based Learning
Types of Computer-Based Learning
Assessment method in Computer-Based Learning
Adult Learning Theories, Interaction and Characteristics of learners
What is Interaction
Characteristics of Learners

Prototyping of user interface Design
Prototyping, what it is
The value of prototyping
Types of prototype (Taxonomy)
Eight guiding principles to prototyping
Picking the right tools for prototyping
Concepts and principles of Graphical User Interface designs
Graphical User Interfaces (GUI)
Concepts and principles of a good GUI
Advent of novel technologies for instructional delivery
Other issues in instructional delivery (HyFlex, Flipped classroom)

Virtual Examination
Term paper (Publishable)
Team of six (6) individuals
Delivery Models
Proctored Sessions
face-to-face teaching
peer teaching
Hyflex sessions
flipped classroom sessions
Visual Language Programming
Text-based Programming
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