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Name___YVETTE TORRALBA-MOSES___________
TRUE/FALSE. Write 'T' if the statement is true and 'F' if the statement is false. 1)
Technological literacy cannot serve as the primary rationale for integrating educational technology. 1)
_T______

2)
One thing we have learned from the history of technologies in education is that teachers rarely have time to develop their own instructional media for teaching. 2)
__T_____

3)
Research over the past 40 years has shown conclusively that technology-based methods are usually superior to traditional ones. 3)
_F______

MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question. 4)
Educators who come from a vocational background and belong to the ITEA professional organization use this term to refer to uses of technology for teaching and learning. 4)
B______
A)
instructional technology
B)
technology education
C)
educational technology
D)
instructional systems

5)
In which of the following eras did Integrated Learning Systems (ILSs) become popular? 5)
_D______
A)
Internet Era
B)
Post-Internet Era
C)
Pre-microcomputer Era
D)
Microcomputer Era

6)
What is one thing we have learned from the history of technology in education about the role teachers will play in the future? 6)
__B_____
A)
To be effective, schools must keep up with new technology-based methods. B)
Despite technological innovations, human teachers will always be very important. C)
Due to technological innovations, human teachers gradually will be phased out. D)
The most successful teachers are ones who integrate technology into their methods.

7)
What does AUP stand for?
7)
__D_____
A)
Authorized Use Procedures
B)
Authorized Uniform Procedures
C)
Authorized Uniform Policies
D)
Authorized Use Policies

8)
Why do teachers need to develop their own rationale for using technology in education? 8)
__A_____
A)
Integrating technology is time-consuming and relatively expensive to use. B)
Parents are often opposed to their children using technology in classrooms. C)
Teachers often have to persuade administrators to support technology uses. D)
Newer technologies continue to require different rationales than older ones.

9)
Which of the following is one of the "big issues" shaping the current and future climate of educational technology? 9)
___B____
A)
Macintosh vs. Windows platform usage in schools
B)
directed vs. constructivist learning strategies
C)
cooperative vs. individualized learning strategies
D)
web-based vs. broadcast distance learning delivery

SHORT ANSWER. Write the word or phrase that best completes each statement or answers the question. 10)
Though many educators tend to think of technology as devices, Saettler reminds us that the historical function of educational technology was a/an ________ rather than a product. 10)
__tool and process______

11)
This term evolved from "computer literacy" and has come to mean technical skills that help prepare students for the workplace. 11)
_____________

12)
What kind of software, first introduced in 1994, marked the beginning of more widespread Internet use? 12)
Computer assisted learning________

13)
Attacks on computer systems by hackers and viruses make it necessary for schools to install firewalls and this kind of software. 13)
_firewall software______
14)
What term is used to describe the disparity between the use of computers by girls and boys which some people feel leads to girls entering science and mathematics fields less often than boys? 14)
_____________

15)
ISTE has worked with groups such as NCATE to identify this set of technology skills that should be required of all American teachers. 15)
_NETS______

TRUE/FALSE....
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