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Taxonomy for the technology domain
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Hershey, PA : Information Science Pub., 2005
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9781591405245
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Taxonomy for the Technology Domain suggests a new classification system that includes literacy, collaboration, decision-making, infusion, integration, and technology. As with most taxonomies, each step offers a progressively more sophisticated level of complexity by constructing increasingly multifaceted objectives addressing increasingly complex student learning outcomes. ""Taxonomy for the Technology Domain"" affects all aspects of how technology is used in elementary and secondary classrooms, corporate training rooms, and higher education classrooms.


Table of Contents

Prefacep. xi
Introductionp. xi
Target Audience: Who Should Read This Bookp. xi
Teacher-as-Learnerp. xi
Teacher-as-Expertp. xii
Teacher-as-Scholarp. xiii
Foundations and the Taxonomy for the Technology Domainp. xiii
Applications and the Taxonomy for the Technology Domainp. xv
Theoretical Frameworksp. xv
Practical Applicationsp. xvii
Research Implicationsp. xviii
Investigations into the Taxonomy for the Technology Domainp. xix
Transitionp. xx
Referencesp. xxi
Chapter 1 Domains of Teachingp. 1
Introductionp. 1
Cognitive Domainp. 1
Definitionp. 1
Conceptsp. 2
Theorists and Their Theoriesp. 2
Applications for Teachingp. 3
Affective Domainp. 5
Definitionp. 5
Conceptsp. 5
Theorists and Their Theoriesp. 6
Applications for Teachingp. 7
Psychomotor Domainp. 8
Definitionp. 8
Conceptsp. 8
Theorists and Their Theoriesp. 9
Applications for Teachingp. 10
Technology Domainp. 11
Definitionp. 11
Conceptsp. 12
Theorists and Their Theoriesp. 12
Applications for Teachingp. 12
Conclusionp. 19
Referencesp. 19
Annotated Bibliographyp. 20
Chapter 2 Psychologies of Learningp. 22
Introductionp. 22
Traditional Psychologies of Learningp. 23
Psychology of Behaviorismp. 25
Definitionp. 25
Conceptsp. 26
Theorists and Their Theoriesp. 26
Applications for Learningp. 28
Psychology of Cognitivismp. 29
Definitionp. 29
Conceptsp. 30
Theorists and Their Theoriesp. 30
Applications for Learningp. 32
Psychology of Humanismp. 33
Definitionp. 33
Conceptsp. 33
Theorists and Their Theoriesp. 33
Applications for Learningp. 35
Psychology of Technologyp. 36
Definitionp. 36
Conceptsp. 36
Theorists and Their Theoriesp. 37
Applications for Learningp. 41
Conclusionp. 43
Referencesp. 46
Chapter 3 Taxonomies of Educationp. 48
Introductionp. 48
Taxonomies for the Cognitive Domainp. 48
Levels of the Cognitive Taxonomyp. 49
Action Verbsp. 50
Learning Objectivesp. 51
Taxonomies for the Affective Domainp. 52
Levels of the Affective Taxonomyp. 53
Action Verbsp. 54
Learning Objectivesp. 55
Taxonomies for the Psychomotor Domainp. 56
Levels of the Psychomotor Taxonomyp. 56
Action Verbsp. 58
Learning Objectivesp. 58
Taxonomies for the Technology Domainp. 60
Taxonomy of Technology as Mediap. 61
Levels of the Technology as Media Taxonomyp. 61
Action Verbsp. 62
Learning Objectivesp. 63
SeSDL Taxonomy of Technologyp. 65
Levels of the Technology in the SeSDL Taxonomyp. 65
Action Verbsp. 67
Learning Objectivesp. 67
Summaryp. 68
Conclusionp. 69
Referencesp. 69
Annotated Bibliographyp. 71
Chapter 4 Technology and Education: The Implicationsp. 72
Introductionp. 72
Technology and Domains of Teachingp. 74
Cognitive Domainp. 74
Technology-Based Implications for Teachingp. 74
Affective Domainp. 75
Technology-Based Implications for Teachingp. 76
Psychomotor Domainp. 77
Technology-Based Implications for Teachingp. 77
Technology and Psychologies of Learningp. 78
Behaviorismp. 78
Technology-Based Implications for Teachingp. 78
Cognitivismp. 80
Technology-Based Implications for Teachingp. 80
Humanismp. 82
Technology-Based Implications for Teachingp. 82
Technology and Taxonomies of Educationp. 83
Taxonomiesp. 83
Technology-Based Implications for Teachingp. 83
Conclusionp. 85
Referencesp. 86
Annotated Bibliographyp. 87
Chapter 5 Taxonomy for the Technology Domainp. 89
Introductionp. 89
Levels of the Taxonomy for the Technology Domainp. 90
Literacy (Level 1.0)p. 91
Denifitionp. 91
Impact of Literacy on Learnersp. 92
Impact of Literacy on Tearnersp. 93
Collaboration (Level 2.0)p. 93
Definitionp. 93
Impact of Collaboration on Learnersp. 94
Impact of Collaboration on Teachersp. 95
Decision-Making (Level 3.0)p. 97
Definitionp. 97
Impact of Decision-Making on Learnersp. 98
Impact of Decision-Making on Teachersp. 99
Infusion (Level 4.0)p. 100
Definitionp. 100
Impact of Infusion on Learnersp. 101
Impact of Infusion on Teachersp. 102
Integration (Level 5.0)p. 103
Definitionp. 103
Impact of Integration on Learnersp. 104
Impact of Integration on Teachersp. 105
Tech-ology (Level 6.0)p. 106
Definitionp. 106
Impact of Tech-ology on Learnersp. 106
Impact of Tech-ology on Teachersp. 107
Conclusionp. 108
Referencesp. 108
Chapter 6 Technology Literacy (Level 1.0)p. 109
Theoretical Frameworksp. 109
Definition and Historical Originsp. 109
Standards for Technology Literacyp. 110
Practical Applicationsp. 112
Literacy Technologies and Action Statementsp. 112
Domains of Teaching and Technology Literacyp. 114
Cognitive Domainp. 114
Affective Domainp. 115
Psychomotor Domainp. 116
Technology Literacy and the Psychologies of Learningp. 118
Behaviorismp. 118
Cognitivismp. 119
Humanismp. 120
Research Implicationsp. 122
Research Phase I Literacy and the Domains of Teaching and Psychologies of Learningp. 122
Research Phase II Literacy and Technology-Based Learning Objectivesp. 122
Conclusion of Technology Literacy (Level 1.0)p. 123
Referencesp. 123
Annotated Bibliographyp. 124
Chapter 7 Technology Collaboration (Level 2.0)p. 126
Theoretical Frameworksp. 126
Definition and Historical Originsp. 126
Standards for Technology Collaborationp. 127
Practical Applicationsp. 130
Collaboration Technologies and Action Statementsp. 130
Domains of Teaching and Technology Collaborationp. 132
Cognitive Domainp. 132
Affective Domainp. 134
Psychomotor Domainp. 136
Technology Collaboration and the Psychologies of Learningp. 137
Behaviorismp. 138
Cognitivismp. 139
Humanismp. 141
Research Implicationsp. 143
Research Phase I Collaboration and the Domains of Teaching and Psychologies of Learningp. 143
Research Phase II Collaboration and Technology-Based Learning Objectivesp. 143
Conclusion of Technology Collaboration (Level 2.0)p. 144
Referencesp. 145
Annotated Bibliographyp. 146
Chapter 8 Technology for Decision-Making (Level 3.0)p. 147
Theoretical Frameworksp. 147
Definition and Historical Originsp. 147
Standards for Technology Decision-Makingp. 149
Practical Applicationsp. 152
Decision-Making Technologies and Action Statementsp. 152
Domains of Teaching and Technology Decision-Makingp. 153
Cognitive Domainp. 154
Affective Domainp. 156
Psychomotor Domainp. 158
Technology for Decision-Making and the Psychologies of Learningp. 160
Behaviorismp. 161
Cognitivismp. 162
Humanismp. 164
Research Implicationsp. 166
Research Phase I Decision-Making and the Domains of Teaching and Psychologies of Learningp. 166
Research Phase II Decision-Making and Technology-Based Learning Objectivesp. 167
Conclusion of Technology for Decision-Making (Level 3.0)p. 167
Referencesp. 169
Chapter 9 Technology Infusion (Level 4.0)p. 171
Theoretical Frameworksp. 171
Definition and Historical Originsp. 171
Standards for Technology Infusionp. 173
Practical Applicationsp. 176
Infusion Technologies and Action Statementsp. 176
Domains of Teaching and Technology Infusionp. 177
Cognitive Domainp. 178
Affective Domainp. 180
Psychomotor Domainp. 182
Technology Infusion and the Psychologies of Learningp. 183
Behaviorismp. 184
Cognitivismp. 185
Humanismp. 187
Research Implicationsp. 189
Research Phase I Infusion and the Domains of Teaching and Psychologies of Learningp. 190
Research Phase II Infusion and Technology-Based Learning Objectivesp. 190
Conclusion of Technology Infusion (Level 4.0)p. 191
Referencesp. 192
Annotated Bibliographyp. 193
Chapter 10 Technology Integration (Level 5.0)p. 194
Theoretical Frameworksp. 194
Definition and Historical Originsp. 194
Standards for Technology Integrationp. 195
Practical Applicationsp. 199
Integration Technologies and Action Statementsp. 199
Domains of Teaching and Technology Integrationp. 200
Cognitive Domainp. 201
Affective Domainp. 204
Psychomotor Domainp. 205
Technology Integration and the Psychologies of Learningp. 207
Behaviorismp. 208
Cognitivismp. 209
Humanismp. 211
Research Implicationsp. 212
Research Phase I Integration and the Domains of Teaching and Psychologies of Learningp. 213
Research Phase II Integration and Technology-Based Learning Objectivesp. 213
Conclusion of Technology Integration (Level 5.0)p. 214
Referencesp. 215
Chapter 11 Tech-ology (Level 6.0)p. 217
Theoretical Frameworksp. 217
Definition and Historical Originsp. 217
Student Achievementp. 218
Student Assessmentp. 218
Equal Accessp. 218
Removing Barriers to Learningp. 219
Social Fairnessp. 219
Global Awarenessp. 219
Standards for Tech-ologyp. 220
Practical Applicationsp. 222
Tech-ology Technologies and Action Statementsp. 222
Domains of Teaching and Tech-ologyp. 223
Cognitive Domainp. 224
Affective Domainp. 226
Tech-ology and the Psychologies of Learningp. 228
Behaviorismp. 228
Cognitivismp. 230
Humanismp. 232
Research Implicationsp. 233
Research Phase I Tech-ology and the Domains of Teaching and Psychologies of Learningp. 234
Research Phase II Tech-ology and Technology-Based Learning Objectivesp. 234
Conclusion of Tech-ology (Level 6.0)p. 235
Referencesp. 236
Chapter 12 Investigation into the Taxonomy for the Technology Domainp. 238
Introductionp. 238
Recapitulation of Research Phases I and IIp. 239
Statement of the Problemp. 240
Methodologyp. 240
Findingsp. 241
Taxonomy by Grade Levelp. 242
Taxonomy by Academic Content Areap. 245
Summary of the Findingsp. 249
Recommendationsp. 249
Broadened Scope of the Original Inquiry and Investigationp. 250
Exploring Additional Criteria in the Technology Domainp. 250
New Related Studies Focusing on Taxonomiesp. 251
Conclusionp. 251
Referencesp. 252
Annotated Bibliographyp. 252
Appendixp. 255
Contributorsp. 255
Glossaryp. 257
About the Authorp. 266
Indexp. 267