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2009-2010 College Catalog 
    
2009-2010 College Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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EDT 3610 - Applications of Educational Technology

2-3(1 + 2-4)

Prerequisite: literacy and software application skills equivalent to CMS/CSS 1010 and 1080 or as evidenced by previous course work in high school or college or from work or personal experience; and sophomore standing

Corequisite: Concurrent enrollment in any field-experience course is highly recommended

This course is designed to prepare teacher candidates to make decisions regarding the role of technology in support of content standards, learning, and assessment in P-12 education. Teacher candidates become proficient in beginning, intermediate, or advanced skills and specialized content-area/grade-level applications. They select, operate, and use media, computing, Internet, and related technologies to facilitate teaching/learning, communication, professional development, and productivity to meet the educational needs of diverse groups of learners. This course can be taken for 2 credits (minimum required to fulfill elementary and secondary program requirement in technology) or 3 credits (to provide advanced or specialized technology in teaching competencies). All students meet for 15 lecture hours and 15 supervised lab hours. Additional independent lab hours are expected from all students—15 for 2 credits and 45 for 3 credits. Teacher candidates select two or three credit hours based on their particular program requirements and their individual goals for growth in instructional technology.



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