This new fifth edition of Integrating Educational Technology into Teaching, by M.D. Roblyer and Aaron H. Doering, builds upon the success of the unique aspects and approach of previous editions. Beginning with Chapter 2, every chapter reinforces the authors' five-step Technology Integration Planning Model (TIP Model) through a series of features and activities:
The only book on the market to offer specific content area chapters, the fifth edition introduces the Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK) framework in Chapter 2 and incorporates it within these content-specific chapters to encourage teachers to reflect on the three domains to develop the knowledge and skills to overcome roadblocks to integration.
New to This Edition
The new ISTE National Educational Technology Standards for Students (NETS-S) and Teachers (NETS-T) and Essential Conditions are discussed in Chapters 1—3 and correlated throughout the text.
Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK) framework appears in Chapter 2 and isdiscussed in every chapter in Part IV.
Heavily revised Chapter 8 provides a greater focus on distance education by exploring what it means to be an online teacher and how to prepare for teaching online, and draws a comparison with face-to-face teaching.
Web 2.0 technologies and strategies are discussed and incorporated into every chapter.
Revised & Updated! Technology Integration Lesson Planning features in every chapter are correlated with the new NETS-S.
MyEducationLab annotations in every chapter integrate web-based assignable activities and resources with chapter content including video-based assignments, classroom artifacts, sample lesson plans, rubrics and checklists, tutorials, and web activities. To provide the MyEducationLab Student Access Code with the text for your students please use ISBN 0-13-610137-2 when placing your book order.