syllabus_smr_wctls - College of Education Valdosta State...

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College of Education Valdosta State University Department of Curriculum and Instructional Technology ITED 8300 Technology Tools for Training and Education Three (3) Semester Hours Required Textbooks: Choose 1 of the 2 listed. Dick, W. & Carey, L. (1996). The systematic design of instruction (4 th ed.). NY: Harper Collins Publishers. Dick, W., Carey, L., & Carey, J. O. (2001). The systematic design of instruction (5 th ed.). NY: Longman Publishers. Online resources delivered via WebCT course site. Students will locate and utilize additional sites and readings as needed to support individual projects. Required Technology This course will require you to have equipment and skills allowing ready and constant access to a computer with Internet connection to the WWW. You must also have an e-mail account that you check regularly, the ability to attach and open documents readable in MS-Word, and access to a fax machine. These individual requirements are not fulfilled by Valdosta State University, but must be supplied by you at your home (preferable) or workplace. Course Description Prerequisite: ITED 7301 or equivalent Instructional Design course. Students are expected to be able to explain and apply at least one scholarly instructional design model (e.g., Dick & Carey, ASSURE) prior to entering this course. In this course students use the application of various technologies and products to improve learning environments. It includes in-depth use of at least two selected technology tools to develop quality instructional materials. One tool will be an instructor selected instructional design model and the other tool will be a student selected computer-based technology tool.
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College Of Education Graduate Conceptual Framework Principles (Ed.S. in IT outcomes) 1. Graduates are committed to their roles as helping professionals. 1A: Work efficiently, effectively, and cooperatively as leaders and members of teams/groups. 1B: Provide pedagogical expertise in using a variety of technologies in a variety of contexts. 1C: Develop and implement facility designs that support technology use in instructional programs. 1D: Serve as consultants, change agents, trainers, and managers of resources and facilities. 2. Graduates are capable of excellence in their professional practice. 2A: Model and promote ethical, legal, and equitable use of instructional technology. 2C: Manage projects and programs within the organizational culture. 2D: Demonstrate effective communication/interpersonal/group dynamics skills in diverse settings. 2F: Employ advanced skills in managing and using instructional/informational technologies. 2G: Design, develop, deliver, and evaluate staff development activities. 3. Graduates think systematically about their practice, use research, and contribute to the
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This note was uploaded on 11/16/2011 for the course ITED 8300 taught by Professor Staff during the Summer '08 term at Valdosta State University .

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