EDTL 2300: intro to educational technology ~ spring 2017 study set
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Chapter 1: Technology, Teaching, and You
Which is a standard in the ISTE NETS•S performance indicators for students?
Research and information fluency
NETS-C standards were developed by ISTE to specify technology requirements for
NOT guidance counselors
NOT elementary and secondary school principals
NETS-S 1 states, "Students demonstrate creative thinking, construct knowledge, and develop innovative products and processes using technology." NETS-S Profiles give which one of the following as an example of this standard?
Illustrate and communicate original ideas and stories using digital tools and media-rich resources.
To assist in teacher tasks such as software for grading, which type of technology tools can be used?
An acceptance by the teachers in a school district is considered to be the first critical challenge to meet the challenge of technology integration in K-12 schools.
The Common Core Standards initiative is a State of Ohio initiative led by the National Governors Association and the Council of Chief State School Officers.
Puzzles, test generators, online surveys are examples of technology tools for presentation.
Each state's Department of Education sets the requirements for teacher licensure/certification.
Chapter 2: Technology and Learning
What are technologies specifically adapted to help students with a physical or learning disability to learn?
Who developed the Theory of Multiple Intelligences?
Kinesthetic intelligence and spatial intelligence are two of the intelligences as identified by
Edward is a deaf child. He needs certain aids to help him learn. What type of device should he use?
Constructivist educators often use what type of learning to develop personal constructs?
Piaget and Papert are classified as Behaviorist Theorists.
Learning styles refer to those conditions under which we best learn.
Educational technology started as during the microcomputer movement in the late 1970's.
Canvas is an example of a learning management system that is used to foster communication and collaboration with the use of technology.
The changes that are included in national and state standards do not include the ability of students to think creatively.
Chapter 3: Designing Quality Instruction
The different types of thinking skills have been categorized by several theorists. One of the most popular of the systems is known as
The student will be able to correctly identify and apply syntactic variety in paragraphs created by peers eight out of ten times. This is an example of what?
What provides an authentic assessment tool, using electronic or paper, in the form of a collection of artifacts?
What does it mean to "chunk" your instruction?
Breaking information into manageable-sized segments for instruction.
All of the following are among the roles of instructional objectives except
Provide for generics behaviors, such as understanding a topic.
A podcast is an example of technology that supports a listening skills learning strategy.
"with 90% accuracy" is an example of the target performance in a written objective.
The DPA planning model for instruction include the 3 the planning process of Design, Plan and Articulate.
The dynamic instructional design (DID) model includes ongoing formative feedback and adjustments in each step.
"label the parts of flower" is an example of the stem of a performance objective.
Chapter 4: Technology to Enable Computer Use for Students with Special Needs
Which following form of instruction is an approach that recognizes and targets instruction to the varying abilities found in the same classroom?
What support device would you recommend for a student who has difficulty hearing a teacher in a classroom?
An amplification system that receives the teacher's voice
Scaffolding is defined as
taking students from their individual baseline and moving them beyond it
Key challenges for technology implementation for students with special needs include
training, selection, and collaboration
The following are examples of input devices; which device is programmable to enter entire phrases, words, and/or commands?
A technology tool that can assist students with visually seeing their thought and help with organization for the writing process is concept mapping.
A challenge associated with selecting and integrating technology for students with special needs is the collaboration between AT personnel and IT personnel.
CLD students are among the most rapidly growing group of K-12 students.
The Windows and Apple operating systems do not provide built-in screen readers.
StickyKeys will automatically hold a key down to eliminate need for sequential keystrokes.
Chapters 7 and 8: Software for Teacher Tasks and Chapter 8 Software for Active Learning
What is the intersection of a row and column in a spreadsheet that can contain data, formulas, or functions called?
Programs you can try out before paying are called what?
In word processing, the capacity to apply formatting styles to all or individual pages of a document is called
A license from a software company that lets the software be used legally on all of the computers at the organization's location is known as a
Ms. Axelrod considers her ninth-grade Spanish class to be unique in their needs and levels of performance. She has found no commercial software that correlates with her curriculum, so she is usiing
authoring systems software.
Software that presents new material using text and multimedia and may include built-in management components is
Bertha Simon, who teaches computer classes at Backus High School, has been asked by her principal to make a large banner welcoming the football team back after they have won the state championship. She uses this kind of software:
Software that provides students an opportunity to practice content at their own pace and is often used by teachers to reinforce previously presented content is know as tutorial software.
Classroom management software is one type of of administrative software for teachers.
A presentation tool that can be used to demonstrate numeric data visually in a spreadsheet is known as a function.
Educational games are a widely acceptable instructional strategy in K-12 education.
Quizlet is an example of a web-based tool for creating presentations.
Autoformats in Word Processing allows you to organize text into multiple columns or into a table or grid.
Virtual simulation is a software that promotes discovery learning through safe, model environments and experiences.
Problem-solving software is a class of academic software in which students practice essential skills multiple times until they have mastery.
Chapter 9: Teaching, Learning and the Web
All of the following are ways students can show their netiquette except
omitting the sender's name in group subscriber emails
The Internet software that allows online individuals to see and talk to each other while sharing files is
The capacity to formulate a question, use appropriate technologies to seek meaningful information relating to the question, and critically evaluate the resulting information to synthesize an answer defines the term
Which one of the following is a chat?
A doorway to a collection of the web's many resources is also called
Access to the Internet, whether at home or at school, requires routing digital traffic through a series of ______________, ________________, and _______________ until it reaches its computer or mobile destination.
servers, modems and routers
BGSU Canvas system is an example of a LMS.
A search engine is a program that is designed to find web sites and pages on the basis of key words that you enter.
Social networking sites are not capable of being able to be set for private viewing and interaction.
A mashup is a virtual online space that supports the posting of personal commentary on the internet.
Digital Citizenship includes that students are aware of and obey copyright laws.
Internet feeds that continuously and automatically update news and other topical information is known as a social bookmark.
Advanced Internet Search Strategies
What search below is best used for returning pdf files containing Quick Silver?
If you want to find out about Leopards but not Polar Bears what would you do?
Leopards -Polar Bears
Which of the following is an example of a Boolean search?
Shakespeare AND sonnets
To most effectively find information about cat adoption, the Boolean operator you should use is __________.
Using parentheses will force a search engine to look for that combination of words in the exact order written.
Which of the following is not a Cloud Based Bookmarking service?
If you're having trouble finding what you're looking for on the Internet, you might need to do all of the following EXCEPT:
only use a library website
Search is case sensitive. So google treats New York TImes and new york times differently.
The websites Blogger and YouTube are part of your Google account.
YouTube would be considered a Database website.
You want to find books that are about moths, books that are about butterflies, and books that discuss both. What is the best search string?
NOT moths AND butterflies AND books
good luck on this one.
Chapter 11: Technology in Schools: Implementation Issues
A formal statement that details what is and is not permissible for students interacting with each other via computer when using school equipment is known as the
Acceptable Use Policy (AUP).
The act of using the Internet, cell phones, or other technological devices to send or post text or images intended to hurt, harass, or cause harm is called
Which law requires that libraries in schools and for public use establish, enforce, and educate students as to protection policies?
Children's Internet Protection Act (CIPA)
Using one licensed software package on multiple computers is an illegal practice called
Mrs. Moss was grading papers, and one of her students, Darla, turned her paper in which was written by someone else. How was Mrs. Moss able to find this out without her student telling her directly?
She used anti-plagiarism software.
Filtering software only prevents access to unacceptable Internet site and does not have the ability to gather information about the user or computer that attempts to access an unacceptable site.
When a website requires that a person must be over the age of 13 in order to use the website the operators of the website are following the laws of COPPA.
The digital divide can be classified as a legal issue in the implementation of educational technology.
Web 2.0 promotes personal interaction and sharing on the internet.
A school district's Fair Use Policy describes what students may and may not do when using school technology equipment.
Chapter 12: Technology in Tomorrow's Schools
What are the 4 Cs for using technology?
Critical thinking, communications, collaboration, and creativity
These are a recently emerging educational force at the intersection of online learning and individual content exploration
Personal Learning Environments
Open content is created by all of the following with the exception of
What are courses that present content by using multimedia and interactivity and build a community of learners around a topic called?
Massive open online courses
Virtual Vision refers to the view of the physical world that has computer generated intensification to what you see, hear, feel, and smell.
An open opportunity to learn and collaborate are the main goals of the MOOC movement.
The Partnership for 21st Century Standards takes a a very specific approach to technology skills by identifying specific technology tools that students should be using in the classroom
If Sally were to complete the online achievement of correctly answering 100 math questions, thus signifying her adequate completion of the skill from a formal course of study regardless of the source, she should get a digital badge.
Chapter 10: Technology for Distance Delivery
All of the statements below describe the flipped classroom except
in-class delivery of lectures.
In distance delivery, synchronous instruction is instruction that occurs at
the same time regardless of the place.
Which delivery system combines elements of both face-to-face instruction and online learning?
This term refers to the parameters and guidelines that enable educators to use some copyrighted material for educational purposes.
Which of the following allows multiple people in the same room to access synchronous spoken input?
Skype is one of the most popular Voice-over Internet protocol systems.
A virtual bulletin board is an online tool in which teachers and students can post messages or comments and then respond to each others posts.
A digital representation of a person who interacts with others in a virtual world is called is called a stand-in.
The open source tool Moodle is an example of a learning management system.
The best Telephony technology system to use for a class size of 35 would be a conference call.
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