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ISTE

ISTE adalah organisasi masyarakat internasional yang bergerak dibidang teknologi untuk pendidikan. Organisasi ini merupakan organisasi yang telah mengeluarkan standar pengajaran teknologi untuk pendidikan termasuk kompetensi guru, murid dan tenaga administrasi. Khususnya di Amerika pengajaran teknologi dalam pendidikan, mempergunakan standar dari ISTE ini. Begitu pula UNESCO banyak merujuk standar dari ISTE.

Selayang pandang tentang ISTE sebagai sebuah organisasi Teknologi untuk Pendidikan, dapat dilihat pada tayangan video dibawah ini.

Sumber: ISTE

 

Pidato Sekretaris jenderal Kementrian Pendidikan Amerika pada Pertemuan Pimpinan TP Dunia

Mr. Duncan yang kini menjabat Sekretaris jenderal Kementrian Pendidikan Amerika, berpidato pada Pertemuan Pimpinan TP Dunia (State Educational Technology Directors Association).

Apa isi pidato Mr. Duncan silakan simak videonya.

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Bagaimana Tugas Seorang Desainer Pembelajaran

bagaimana tugas seorang designer dalam mendesain pembelajaran (instructional design) bagi Teknolog Pembelajaran? Kali ini kami mengutip sumber dari riset studi kasus di Australia. Berikut kami sajikan versi aslinya. Silakan memahami versi Inggris biar tidak salah persepsi.

Current Role of Educational Designers

Educational designers at Southern Cross are classified as academic staff and are no longer project managers of the development of course materials. Project management and quality assurance of course materials occurs in the academic faculties who retain a high level of ownership of these processes. Educational designers now consult, when requested, on all aspects of the teaching and learning process, whether in face-to-face settings or in distance mode. In some universities educational design staff may be classified as academic or professional staff or even a mixture of the two within the same team. The tensions arising in these circumstances are further explored in Chapter II.

The following model has been developed at the Teaching and Learning Centre at Southern Cross to represent the flexible learning cycle and the various points in which educational designers can offer their expertise. It is a model that extends most conventional curriculum models by the inclusion of student support and the development of learning resources, reflecting an integrated flexible delivery philosophy.

Educational designers provide support at all points in the quality cycle (also known as Pathways to Good Practice) in the following ways:

  1. Designing and re-designing units: Educational designers continue to provide support to academic staff in all aspects of the design of units, with a particular focus on the constructive alignment of the curriculum (Biggs, 1999), the appropriate use of technology, and sound assessment practices which support meaningful learning.
  2. Developing and producing resources: Educational designers consult with course authors about best practice in writing and developing educational resources. They provide support about structure, style, use of media, and best use of communication
      Figure 1. Intersection of roles between academic developers and educational designers
    Figure 1. Intersection of roles between academic developers and educational designers  Figure 2. Flexible learning quality cycle at Southern Cross University (http:www.scu.edu.auservicestlpathways)
    Figure 2. Flexible learning quality cycle at Southern Cross University (http://www.scu.edu.au/services/tl/pathways)

    technologies. Feedback is often provided on drafts of work for inexperienced writers.

  3. Teaching: Individual staff often consult educational designers about appropriate teaching practices, particularly in the context of distance education. This includes establishing and facilitating distributed communities of learners and fostering interaction at a distance.
  4. Assessing learning: Apart from the design of assessment tasks, educational designers consult on the process of quality assessment including developing good marking criteria, communicating and supporting assessment tasks, marking and grading, academic integrity and plagiarism, and authenticating student work.
  5. Supporting students: Educational design staff have developed particular expertise in the support of distance learners, and offer advice on possibilities such as the appropriate use of technology, residential schools, travelling workshops and distance mentoring schemes (Morgan & Smit, 2001).
  6. Evaluating and reviewing: Educational designers provide advice on all feedback mechanisms for unit and course reviews, and provide input to the review process. Support is also offered to enable staff to gather and interpret evaluation data and ways in which units and courses can be improved.

Wajib dibaca bagi Perancang Pembelajaran Pemula

Adalah Lisa Chamberlin yang membagi hasil kajiannya tentang buku-buku yang direkomendasikan untuk dibaca bagi perancang pembelajaran tingkat pemula. Menurut Lisa buku-buku wajib dibaca khususnya bagi Teknolog Pembelajaran yang salah satu domainnya adalah Desain  khususnya untuk sub desainPembelajaran (instructional Technology).

Era internet telah memberikan manfaat yang besar dalam mempercepat akses informasi dari belahan dunia manapun. Bayangkan artikel yang terbit hari ini sudah bisa kita baca sekarang juga.

Kita ingat, sebelum adanya internet, buku-buku untuk sampai ke Indonesia membutuhkan waktu yang lama. Hal ini akan memperlambat kita untuk menerima informasi yang “update”.

Sebagian buku yang akan disebutkan dibawah ini sudah beredar di Indonesia, selainnya tersedia dalam versi online.  Nah, buku-buku yang direkomendasikan oleh Lisa adalah sebagai berikut.

  1. e-Learning and the Science of Instruction by Ruth Colvin Clark & Richard E. Mayer
  2. Making Sense of Online Learning : A Guide for Beginners and the Truly Skepticalby Patti Shank & Amy Sitze
  3. The Online Learning Idea Book: 95 Proven Ways to Enhance Technology-Based and Blended Learning edited by Patti Shank
  4. The E-Learning Handbook: Past Promises, Present Challenges by Saul Carliner & Patti Shank
  5. Designing Successful e-Learning by Michael Allen
  6. Evidence-Based Training Methods by Ruth Clark
  7. Preparing Instructional Objectives : A Critical Tool in the Development of Effective Instruction by Robert F. Mager
  8. Instructional Design Strategies and Tactics by Cynthia B. Leshin, Joellyn Pollock, and Charles M. Reigeluth
  9. ISD: From the Ground Up : A No-Nonsense Approach to Instructional Design by Chuck Hodell
  10. The Art of Facilitation by Dale Hunter and Anne Bailey and Bill Taylor
  11. The Systematic Design of Instruction by Walter Dick, Lou Carey, James O. Carey
  12. Instructional Design by Tillman J. Ragan & Patricia L. Smith
  13. eLearning by Design by William Horton
  14. Graphics for Learning: Proven Guidelines for Planning, Designing, and Evaluating Visuals in Training Materials by Ruth C. Clark and Chopeta Lyons
  15. Guide to eLearning by Micheal Allen
  16. Creative Training Techniques Handbook: Tips, Tactics, and How-To’s for Delivering Effective Training by Robert Pike
  17. Made to Stick by the Heath brothers
  18. Designing Effective Instruction by Gary R. Morrison, Steven M. Ross, and Jerrold E. Kemp
  19. The Principles of Instructional Design by Gagne et al
  20. e-Learning and the Science of Instruction: Proven Guidelines for Consumers and Designers of Multimedia Learning by Ruth C. Clark, Richard E. Mayer
  21. Train for Results by Catherine Mattiske
  22. First Principles of Instruction by M David Merrill

Kitab-kitab Suci Orang TP

Beberapa buku yang “wajib” dibaca oleh mahasiswa TP adalah sebagai berikut:

1. Instructional Technology: The Definition and Domains of theFields. AECT.1994

2. Menyemai Benih Teknologi Pendidikan

3.Mozaik Teknologi Pendidikan

4.Educational Technology: A Definition with Commentary yang berisi definisi TP tahun 2000 oleh Alan Januszewski & Molenda

5. Standard for Acreditation of school media Specialist and Educational Technology Specialist Programs  oleh Rodney S. Early

6. Instructional-Design Theories and Models, Volume III Building a Common Knowledge Base Edited by Charles Reigeluth, Indiana University, USA and Alison Carr-Chellman, Pennsylvania State University, USA

7.Design and Development Research
Methods, Strategies, and Issues
Rita C. Richey, Wayne State University, Detroit, USA and
James D. Klein, Arizona State University, USA

8.Classroom Integration of Type II Uses
of Technology in Education
Edited by Cleborne D. Maddux and
D. Lamont Johnson

9.Type II Uses of Technology
in Education
Projects, Case Studies, and Software Applications
Cleborne D. Maddux and D. Lamont Johnson

10.Multimedia and Literacy Development
Improving Achievement for Young Learners
Edited by Adriana G. Bus, Leiden University, the
Netherlands and Susan B. Neuman, The University of
Michigan, USA

11.Handbook of Technological
Pedagogical Content Knowledge
(TPCK) for Educators
Edited by the AACTE Committee on Innovation and
Technology, USA

12.Handbook of Research on Educational
Communications and Technology
Edited by J. Michael Spector, M. David Merrill,
Jeroen van Merriënboer and Marcy P. Driscoll

13. cilaka tigabelas, tunggu updatenya.