Meaningful Learning with Technology

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  • atributes of

    MEANINGFUL LEARNING with proper use of technology

    uwes anis chaeruman from: Elaizabeth A. Ashburn and Robert E. Floden, Meaningful Learning Using

    Technology, NY: Teacher College Press, 2006

  • THE TRUE LEARNING

    TECHNOLOGY IS NOT ABOUT

    WHAT TECHNOLOGIES WE USED.

    BUT, MORE IMPORTANTLY,

    HOW THEY PROPERLY USED FOR LEARNING.

    - Uwes A. Chaeruman, 2017

  • Inten%onality

    Content Centrality

    Authen%c Work

    Ac%ve inquiry

    Construc%on of Mental Models

    Collabora%ve Work

    6 atributes

  • USE TECHNOLOGY

    PROPERLY TO ADDRESS

    THOSE ATRIBUTES

    OF LEARNING.

  • Intentionality Using clearly articulated learning

    goals to guide the design of learning tasks and assessment of learning

    progress.

    use technology to make intentional learning

    - Elaizabeth A. Ashburn, 2006

  • Content Centrality

    use technology properly to align learning goals and tasks with the big

    ideas, essential questions, and methods of inquiry that are centralto

    the discipline.

    - Elaizabeth A. Ashburn, 2006

  • Authentic Work use technology properly to make

    students able to construct multifaceted learning tasks that

    represent the challenges, problems, and thinking skills required outside

    the classroom. - Elaizabeth A. Ashburn, 2006

  • Active Inqury use technology properly to make students able to use a disciplined inquiry process for learning that is

    built on students own questions and develops habits of mind that foster high levels of thinking.

    - Elaizabeth A. Ashburn, 2006

  • CONSTRUCTION OF MENTAL

    MODELS

    use technology properly to make students able to embed the

    articulation of cognitive models of content within the learning tasks.

    - Elaizabeth A. Ashburn, 2006

  • Claborative Work use technology properly to make

    students able to work together adds value to achieving the learning

    outcomes.

    - Elaizabeth A. Ashburn, 2006

  • Terima Kasih

  • 4. AcKve inquiry: Using a disciplined inquiry process for learning that builds on students own quesKons and develops habits of mind that foster high levels of thinking. 5. ConstrucKon of mental models: Embedding the arKculaKon of cogniKve models of content within the learning tasks. 6. CollaboraKve work: Designing learning tasks so that students working together adds value to achieving the learning outcomes.