Advancements in Information and Communication Technology (ICT) have influenced almost all the dimensions of education and at all levels. Consequently a new discipline 'Educational Technology' has emerged recently. In this book an attempt is made to analyze the impact of technology on the theory and practices of teaching and learning.
The focus of this publication is on four broad themes - concept of educational technology including 'Technology of Education' and 'Technology in Education' role of educational technology in teaching and learning recent innovations in education as a result of the use of technology in education and lastly the new modes of communication in education. Wherever needed the text is illustrated with appropriate charts figures and diagrams for making it more meaningful and appealing.
J.C. Aggarwal is a former Deputy Director of Education and Executive Director of the Delhi Bureau of Textbooks Delhi Administration Delhi. He worked at the grassroots level as a Teacher Principal Plan Evaluation Officer and Educational Supervisor and Administrator. He also taught in a PG Teacher Training College. He is widely travelled and has written extensively on education.
S Gupta is Post Graduate from Delhi University Delhi and has been associated with teaching for the last twenty years. She has widely travelled in India and abroad and has participated in several school programmes. She has authored a widely acclaimed book entitled Education in Emerging India and co-authored two books viz School Management and Great Philosophers and Thinkers on Education.
CONCEPT OF EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY
Meaning Need and Scope of Educational Technology
Difference Between 'Technology of Education' and 'Technology in Education'
BASICS OF TECHNOLOGY
Relationship Between Teaching and Learning
Variables of Teaching
Principles of Teaching
TECHNIQUES OF TEACHING
Teaching Skills: Micro-Teaching
Development of Specific Teaching Skills
Computer Aided Instruction (CAI)
TV Transmission: Educational Television (ETV)
Concept of Communication
Modes of Communication: Audio Visual and Audio-Visual Aids
Edgar Dale's Cone of Experience and Principles
of Effective Communication