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  • Bilkent University Graduate School of Education 7th International ConferenceOya KermanSerpil TutiPrincipalICT Teacher and Programmerkerman@bilkent.edu.trserpilt@bilkent.edu.tr

    Bilkent University Graduate School of Education 7th International Conference

  • Technological change is not additive, its ecological. A new technology does not change something, it changes everything.

    -Neil PostmanBilkent University Graduate School of Education 7th International Conference*ICT has become a natural part of peoples daily life, whether at work or in society, they also impose new challenges, especially for education.

    Bilkent University Graduate School of Education 7th International Conference

  • School ManagementTeachersStudentsParentsPhysical EnvironmentCurriculumExamples from our schoolFuture GoalsConclusion & RecommendationsReferencesQuestions & Comments

    More than 90 per cent of the technology that will affect our daily lives at the beginning of the 21st century has not been invented. This means that more innovations will be introduced in the next ten years than were produced throughout previous human history. -Freeman Dyson,physicist and principal architect of the theory of quantum electrodynamicsBilkent University Graduate School of Education 7th International Conference*Overview

    Bilkent University Graduate School of Education 7th International Conference

  • Bilkent University Graduate School of Education 7th International Conference*School Management50 years ago...

    30 years ago...

    20 years ago...

    10 years ago in our school...

    And Now !..

    Teachers need to integrate technology seamlessly into the curriculum instead of viewing it as an add-on, an afterthought, or an event.

    -Heidi-Hayes Jacobs, Educational Consultant, Curriculum Designers, Inc.

    Bilkent University Graduate School of Education 7th International Conference

  • Bilkent University Graduate School of Education 7th International Conference*School ManagementEducation Week says; 90 % of all schools are connected to Internet.33 % of teachers have Internet access in their classrooms.30 % of teachers said; students use computer only one hour per week.40 % of teachers said; students do not use computer in classroom.

    Today, we know that; access to technology is an important issue for teachers and students.

    Bilkent University Graduate School of Education 7th International Conference

  • There can be infinite uses of the computer and of new age technology, but if the teachers themselves are not able to bring it into the classroom and make it work, then it fails.

    -Nancy Kassebaum, U.S. SenatorBilkent University Graduate School of Education 7th International Conference*School Management

    We needed a vision for ICT and how it could transform learning. Our school has moved forward considerably. We were inspired and our staff have caught up on this and are driving the change too.

    Bilkent University Graduate School of Education 7th International Conference

  • Many teachers hunger for the time to translate new ideas and stategies into practical classroom lessons and unit plans. Invention is the time, when teachers take ownership. They make the innovation real.

    -Mc Kenzie, 1998Bilkent University Graduate School of Education 7th International Conference*TeacherTeachersSkill

    Bilkent University Graduate School of Education 7th International Conference

  • Bilkent University Graduate School of Education 7th International Conference*Parents

    Bilkent University Graduate School of Education 7th International Conference

  • In the Students point Of view Effectively Usage Of ICT

    Bilkent University Graduate School of Education 7th International Conference*Students

    Bilkent University Graduate School of Education 7th International Conference

  • Bilkent University Graduate School of Education 7th International Conference*Physical Environment

    Bilkent University Graduate School of Education 7th International Conference

  • Bilkent University Graduate School of Education 7th International Conference*Curriculum

    Curriculum subjects are associated with ICT lesson and skills.

    Bilkent University Graduate School of Education 7th International Conference

  • Effective use of ICT in all levels K....> 8, by all teachers.Use technology for in-depth learning projects.Develop higher-order thinking skills.By challenging curriculum to improve teaching and learning.Increase student motivation to learn.Reach higher levels of student achievement. Raise standarts in all subject areas.Bilkent University Graduate School of Education 7th International Conference*Future Goals

    Bilkent University Graduate School of Education 7th International Conference

  • Bilkent University Graduate School of Education 7th International Conference*To sum up...

    Bilkent University Graduate School of Education 7th International Conference

  • Bilkent University Graduate School of Education 7th International Conference*Questions & Comments The illiterate of the 21st century will not be those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn, and relearn.-Alvin Toffler

    Bilkent University Graduate School of Education 7th International Conference

  • cg g c - Oya Kerman & Serpil Tuti

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    Bilkent University Graduate School of Education 7th International Conference

    Introducing...*O.K. explanations...O.K. asks What are we going to talk about today? Can You give us an overview...

    *S.T. Can you tell us about the history of technological changes by including your own experiences ?.. (under these headings...)

    *S.T. Do you think schools are using ICT effectively? (statistics)*S.T. Why was there a need for ICT in our schools?*O.K. How did we implement ICT in our school? (S.T. We start with the most important factor that was the teacher training!.. )*When we first had our smart boards the company has trained our three teachers, one of me other computer and math teacher.. But then we continue to trained... And today, half of our staffs are able to use electronic board perfectly in class....)O.K. What was the usage of all those tarining and what did it bring to the teachers? (S.T - Credits!.. Finacials supports made teachers very happy, motivated them... And there is a competition among them? It is also a prestige for the teachers? )O.K. Can you give us an example, what do the teachers think about using ICT in their lessons? (S.T. Of course I have a nice video film for our colleques)*O.K. What about students? How did we educate them?

    *O.K. What do students think about using ICT in their lessons? (S.T. I have an other film with two of our students from grade 4 and grade 7)

    *S.T. We know that ICT tools are very expensive, Do we have any sponsors? (ask after Budget )O.K. How did we integrate ICT into different subject areas?..*O.K. Can you give us some examples from different subject areas?S.T. Of Course, I brought some photographs of classes.*O.K. Ms. Tuti, would you please summarize our presentation and give some recommendations for our collogues...**O.K. Closing remarks... Do you have any questions?..*O.K. Thank you for your participation for your interest and for your patience...Have a good lunch...*