According to NDCC 54.59.01 Information Technology means the use of hardware, software, services, and supporting infrastructure to manage and deliver information using voice, data, and video. The purpose of Instructional Technology is to affect and effect learning. I felt that the definition of disruptive innovation is purely based on market impact. If company wants to stay connected to its customers, it needs some sort of mobile presence. It’s a powerful idea, but sometimes a confusing one.
The integration and infusion of technology into instruction is not really easy for it needs time and training to do it and I believe that adequate hands-on computer skills would greatly help in the integration of technology for a teacher. And yet what some teachers qualify as using technology in their classroom is limited to firing up the shiny new digital projector, moving a few items with the smart board, and having kids word process when it’s time to write.
Bodice: The specific part of women garments which are expanded from neck to waist is called bodice. Step 5: When you are done with all the initial ideas and you should have lots of them, it is time to take a good look and highlight the good ones. The use of technology provides the opening of opportunities to respond to these instructional issues/problems.
Dummy: The model which is exactly similar to the shape of the body of a man and which is used to check the fitting of garments is called dummy. We need not be a computer teacher to find a way to integrate technology into our discussions, nor are we already integrating if we allow our students use the time for classes for them to explore the computer through playing computer games.
The first characteristic of a disruptive innovation is that it initially provides inferior performance (as measured by the prevailing industry metrics) to existing products available. Evaluation starts as the program, project or product is being planned. While ISD may seem to include all the other domains, design emphasizes the parts and the whole of the planning function.