Information and communication technologies as a tool for curating, contextualizing, collaborating, and creating content and experiences for learning in the professional tracks.
Information and Communication Technology covering the topics of: 1. The current state of ICT technologies (i.e., Web 2.0, 3.0, convergent technologies, social, mobile, and assistive media) 2. Online systems, functions, and platform.
Online safety, security, ethics, and etiquette, Contextualized online search and research skills...
Applied productivity tools with advanced application techniques. These advanced tools and techniques currently include, but are not limited to: 1. Mail merge and label generation, 2. Custom animations and timing, 3. Hyperlinking in presentations, 4. Integrating images and external material in word processors, 5. Embedded files and data, 6. Advanced and complex formulas and computations.
Imaging and Design For the Online Environment covering the topics of 1. Basic principles of graphics and layout, 2. Principles of visual message design using infographics, 3. Online file formats for images and text, 4. Principles and basic techniques of image manipulation, 5. Basic image manipulation using offline or open source software, 6. Combining text, graphics, and images, 7. Uploading, sharing, and image hosting platforms usable platforms/ applications currently include but are not limited to: 1. Google Sketch Up (freeware), 2. GIMP (open source/ freeware),
Online platforms as tools for ICT content development covering the topics of: 1. The nature and purposes of online platforms and applications, 2. Basic web design principles and elements, 3. Web page design using templates and online WYSIWYG platforms.
These online platforms currently include, but are not limited to: 1. Presentation/ visualization (Prezi, Soho, Slideshare, mindmeister), 2. Cloud computing (Google Drive, Evernote, Dropbox), 3. Social Media (Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr), 4. Web Page Creation (Wix, Weebly), 5. File Management (zamzar, word2pdf), 6. Mapping (Google Maps, Wikimapia).
Collaborative development of ICT content covering the topics of: 1. Team structure and dynamics for ICT content, 2. Online collaborative tools and processes, 3. Project management for ICT content, 4. Curating existing content for use on the web Online collaborative tools that may be used currently include, but are not limited to: 1. Google Docs/ MS Office 365, 2. Prezi, 3. Google Chat/ Hangouts, 4. Skype/ Viber/ Kakao Talk/ WeChat/ Line Platforms that may be currently used to host newsletters and similar ICT content include but are not limited to: 1. Presentation/ visualization (Prezi, Soho, Slideshare, Mindmeister), 2. Cloud computing (Google Apps), 3. Social Media (Facebook Pages, Tumblr), 4. Web Page Creation (Wix, Weebly), 5. Blog sites (Blogger, Wordpress, Livejournal, Issuu) and more...
Mr. George P. Lumayag, SST3 of Dalaguete National High School has been teaching Empowerment Technologies for the Senior High School students since June 5, 2017. And he had developed the Classroom Website for Empowerment Technologies last June 8, 20017 a year after the full implementation of the K to 12 Curriculum. Here is the link of his Empowerment Technologies - Classroom Website @ sites.google.com/deped.gov.ph/empowermenttechnologies. He believed that using the classroom website in teaching and learning is the full utilization of Information and Communications Technology (ICT). And he also believed that this might not be the best practice in the 21st century. According to him that the students' acquired and applied skills could prove this innovation as one of the best practices. That's the reason why he decided to make an action research proposal pertaining to the perceptions of students in using the classroom website for teaching and learning.