|Publisher:||Sterling Publishers Private Limited
|Pages:||pp. viii + [iv] + 348, Figure, Tables, Index, Appendices, Biblio.
The Title "Introduction to Educational Technology 5th Revised and Enlarged Edition 2007, Sterling Low Price Edition" is written by K. Sampath. This book was published in the year 2007. The ISBN number 8120729099|9788120729094 is assigned to the Paperback version of this title. The book displayed here is a 5th Revised and Enlarged Edition 2007, Sterling Low Price Edition edition. This book has total of pp. viii + [iv] + 348 (Pages). The publisher of this title is Sterling Publishers Private Limited. We have about 4581 other great books from this publisher. Introduction to Educational Technology 5th Revised and Enlarged Edition 2007, Sterling Low Price Edition is currently Available with us.
Preface to the Fifth Edition
Preface to the First Edition
1. EDUCATION-THEN, NOW AND FUTURE DECADES :
The Meaning of Education; The Educative Process; The Present View on the Importance of Pupil and Learning Outcome; The Teacher of Yesterday and Today; The Traditional Approach; The Pragmatic Use of Acquired Knowledge; Basic Principles of Learning; Curriculum; Need Based Curriculum; Models and Theories of Instruction, Socratic Model; Other Teaching Models; Teaching Theories; Teaching Model and the Teacher Education Programme; An Outline of Teaching Methods Used--Then and Now; Teacher Competency-Factors, Education in the Decades to Come
2. LEARNING AND EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY :
Sense of Sight; Perception and Formation of Concepts; Value of One Sense Over Another; Multi-Sensory Approach; Audio-Visual Aids; The Fourth Revolution; Definition of Educational Technology; Technology of Education; Technology in Education; The Psychology of Using Teaching Aids; Media and Methods of Teaching; Integrated Use of Teaching Aids; Dale's Cone of Experience; A Practical Cone Classifying Different Aids
3. COMMUNICATION AND INTERACTION :
Theory of Communication; Communication Cycle; Types of Communication; Communication and Language; Communication in the Classroom; Lecture and Lecture-Demonstrations as Communication Interaction Methods; Interaction Analysis; Observation Schedule and Record (OSCAR); Bale's Interaction Process Categories; Flander's Interaction Analysis; Verbal Interaction Category System (VICS); Reciprocal Category System (RCS); Equivalent Talk Categories (ETC); Micro-Teaching; Important Features of Micro-Teaching; Classification of Teaching Skills; Link Practice; The Role of the Supervisor in Micro-Teaching; Conclusion; The Mini Course
4. TEACHING AIDS :
General Advantages of Using Teaching Aids; Broad Classification of Teaching Aids; Hardware and Software in Teaching Aids; Instructional Media; Media Attributes; Multimedia and Instructional Development; Modular Scheduling; Multimedia Centre; Uses and Abuses of Multimedia; Educational Technology for Exceptional Children
5. SYSTEMS APPROACH :
Definition of a System; Components of an Instructional System; Flow Diagram for Designing a System; Instructional Kits or Media Packages; Projects; Designing a Curriculum; Topic Analysis and Credit Systems
6. REPROGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT :
Reprography; Blueprint; Spirit Duplicator or Hectographing; Ink Duplicator; Reflex Printing; Photography; Digital Camera; Physics of Photography-Lenses
7. CHALKBOARD :
Types and Uses of Chalkboard; Some Hints for Using the Chalkboard; Summary of Effective Use of Blackboard; Electronic Blackboards
8. NON-PROJECTED AIDS :
Graphic Aids; Charts; Display Boards; Models; Purposes of Models .in Instruction; Materials for Preparation of Models; Mock-ups; Dioramas; Note on Working with Acrylic Materials for Model-Making
9. PROJECTED AIDS :
Projected Materials and Projectors; Power Source for Operation of Projectors; The Illuminating System in the Projector; Concave Reflector; Epidiascope; Slide Projector; Filmstrips; The Overhead Projector; Methods of Preparing Transparencies; Microprojection; Profile Projector; Holography; Microfilm and Microfiches; Motion Picture Projector; Loop Cassette Film Projector
10. DIRECT EXPERIENCES :
Field Trips and Excursions; Study of the Community; Exhibitions; Museums; Demonstrations; Planetariums
11. AURAL AIDS AND TV :
Educational Broadcasts; The Radio as Aid to Teaching; Radio Scriptwriting; Record Player; Tape-Recorder, Slide-Tape Presentation; Language Laboratory; Tele-Lecture; Sound Systems; Public Address System; Educational Television; Instructional Television (ITV); Controls in a TV Receiver TV Scriptwriting; Video Tape; Satellite Communication and Satellite Instructional TV Experiment (SITE); TV and Education; Future Hopes
12. PROGRAMMED INSTRUCTION :
What is "Programmed Instruction"?; Contributions of Pressey, Mager and Gagner; B.F. Skinner's 'Theory of Operant Conditioning'; Basic Ideas in Programming; Use of Primes, Prompts and Cues to Guide Student Responses; Chief Features of Linear Programme; Example for Linear Programme; Mathetics; Programmed Instruction and the Teacher; Individualising Instruction; Open University; Open and Distance Learning; IGNOU and Educational Technology; Correspondence Courses
13. TEACHING MACHINES - COMPUTERS :
What is a Teaching Machine? Computer Assisted Instruction; Computers in Education; Instructional Uses of Computer; The Teacher and CAI; Cybernetics; Interactive Learning Media; Interactive Audio; Interactive Video; E-mail; Teletext; Interactive Video. Power point presentation
14. INTERNET IN EDUCATION :
What is an Internet? Evolution of Internet; How does the Internet work? Internet in Daily Life; Internet in Education; Limitations
15. INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCES CENTRE :
Resource Centres; Classroom Accessories; Materials and Tools Required for the Preparation of Teaching Aids; The Photographic Darkroom-Accessories
A brief note by way of 'preface' seems appropriate in introducing the present edition of this popular textbook on 'Educational Technology'.
In this revised edition certain details and procedures which have now, to a large extent, become a bit archaic and outmoded have been removed or pruned to smaller size. Capsule introduction to some recent developments in 'Information Technology' having direct applicability to class instruction have been added to make the book more up to date and comprehensive. The role of these and other techniques in 'non-formal' and 'open education' has also been indicated. However the content of the book continues to be within the conceptual framework planned for the earlier editions by (late) Prof K. Sampath, as its relevance, soundness and flexibility easily allows it to absorb new and recent ideas in the field.
The present authors are most grateful to the continued welcome and appreciation accorded to this book by teachers and students alike in colleges of education and universities across our country as well as in various institutions overseas. They also sincerely thank Shri S.K. Ghai, Managing Director, Sterling Publishers, New Delhi and its editorial and publishing staff for their constructive cooperation in this endeavour.