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ACTIVITY SHEET for EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY 2

Directions: Decide with your group which of the three situations possesses the simple,
moderate, high level of technology integration in the instruction.

A. Ms. Cruz wants to show photos in her Social Studies class, but the pictures are small.
She decides to use the computer, scan the photos to a computer projection to the class (a
presentation software package).
- Good class presentation followed by a discussion

B. To dish our information on the Asean Region, Mr. Lopez assigned newsletter computer
production by group.
- Increased social skills through group work; planning, creativity, computer skills

C. English teacher, Ms. Santos, used computer-based activities (software) which students
can go through during library time.
- Enrichment activity; record-keeping features of software allows checking of progress
of student learning.

ACTIVITY SHEET for EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY 2

Directions: Decide with your group which of the three situations possesses the simple, middle,
high level of technology integration in the instruction.

A. Mrs. Yu asks her students to find information on H-fever in the internet. Students are to
create an information leaflet giving a family health tips on H-fever.
- Creative skills employed by students

B. Mr. Alonzo thinks it is tedious to do paper-and-pen Match Worksheets. He decides to


use the computer to put the worksheets into a spreadsheet form. He then asked students
to submit their completed worksheet to him by e-mail.
- More active student activity

C. The Rizal school has a partner-school in the U.S. A joint Science project allows the
Philippine and U.S. schools to exchange information on indigenous herbal plants in both
countries. Video conferencing is held involving students of both schools.
- A more sophisticated technology-supported project demonstrating global
communication and socially relevant research