Synopses & Reviews
This new fifth edition of Integrating Educational Technology into Teaching, by M.D. Roblyer and Aaron H. Doering, builds upon the success of the unique aspects and approach of previous editions. Beginning with Chapter 2, every chapter reinforces the authors' five-step Technology Integration Planning Model (TIP Model) through a series of features and activities:
- Technology Integration Examples and Making the Case boxes introduce teachers to the model.
- Technology Integration Lessons and Adapting for Special Needs boxes help teachers plan for effective technology integration.
- End-of-chapter Technology Integration Workshops provide hands-on practice with technology tools, developmentally appropriate classroom-based scenarios (The TIP Model in Action), and MyEducationLab website activities that help teachers visualize and apply what they have learned.
The only book on the market to offer specific content area chapters, the fifth edition introduces the Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK) framework in Chapter 2 and incorporates it within these content-specific chapters to encourage teachers to reflect on the three domains to develop the knowledge and skills to overcome roadblocks to integration.
New to This Edition
- The new ISTE National Educational Technology Standards for Students (NETS-S) and Teachers (NETS-T) and Essential Conditions are discussed in Chapters 1—3 and correlated throughout the text.
- Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK) framework appears in Chapter 2 and is discussed in every chapter in Part IV.
- Heavily revised Chapter 8 provides a greater focus on distance education by exploring what it means to be an online teacher and how to prepare for teaching online, and draws a comparison with face-to-face teaching.
- Web 2.0 technologies and strategies are discussed and incorporated into every chapter.
- Revised & Updated! Technology Integration Lesson Planning features in every chapter are correlated with the new NETS-S.
- MyEducationLab annotations in every chapter integrate web-based assignable activities and resources with chapter content including video-based assignments, classroom artifacts, sample lesson plans, rubrics and checklists, tutorials, and web activities. To provide the MyEducationLab Student Access Code with the text for your students please use ISBN 0-13-610137-2 when placing your book order.
"I have found the text to be very insightful and informative regarding new technologies for the classroom. I thoroughly enjoyed the addition of computer integration in the content areas in chapters 9-15. MyEducationLab really sealed the deal for me as an instructor. After exploring this site, I found out that my other text was leaving me in the dark with just the basic test bank and PowerPoints. MyEducationLab is a great resource for both instructor and students!"
- Tim Humphrey, Lincoln Land Community College
"MyEducationLab complements the textbook. If I were teaching a strictly online class, I would have my students using this section extensively. The videos were not too long, informative and the added feature of typing the dialogue was a necessity. We use webquest.org in my class as well. I'm glad to see that was included. The weblinks are invaluable! This book is such a refreshing change from the book we are using now (Shelly/Cashman). It probably would be one of the textbooks that a soon-to-be teacher would hold onto and consult as often as needed! Definitely a keepr!!
- Sharon Sisitzky, Indian River State College
Integrating Educational Technology into Teaching, 5e, the leading Educational Technology text on the market, introduces the concept of Technology Integration, shows pre-service teachers how to plan for Technology Integration, and offers them the opportunity to practice Technology Integration when designing curriculum to support and shape learning.
Integrating Educational Technology into Teaching, 5e incorporates two complementary instructional models to create a comprehensive technology integration framework built on strong research and proven techniques. The Technology Integration Planning Model (TIP Model) shows teachers how to create an environment in which technology can effectively enhance learning. While the Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK) framework, new for the 5th edition, provides teachers with the knowledge and skills to overcome obstacles when integrating technology into their curriculum--across the content areas. The text balances the “why” and “how” of using technology to support and shape the future of technology in education.
Table of Contents
Part 1: Introduction and Background on Integrating Technology in Education
1 — Educational Technology in Context: The Big Picture
2 — Foundations of Effective Technology Integration Models: Theory and Practice Part 2: Integrating Software Tutors and Tools into Teaching and Learning
3 — Teaching with Instructional Software
4 — Teaching with the Basic Software Tools: Word Processing, Spreadsheet, and Database Programs
5 — Teaching with Software Tools: Beyond the Basic Programs
6 — Teaching with Multimedia and Hypermedia Tools Part 3: Linking to Learn: Principles and Strategies
7 — Introducing the Internet and Other Distance Learning Tools
8 — Integrating the Internet into the Curriculum
Part 4: Integrating Technology Across the Curriculum
9 — Technology in English and Language Arts Instruction
10 — Technology in English Language Learning and Foreign Language Instruction
11 — Technology in Mathematics and Science Instruction
12 — Technology in Social Studies Instruction
13 — Technology in Music and Art Instruction
14 — Technology in Physical Education and Health Education15 — Technology in Special Education