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Edci4190: Technology in the schools

This three (3) credit hour course should be taken during the second semester of professional education coursework, Pre-Residency II. Students gain an understanding of the program and technology (ISTE) standards as the foundation of good teaching pedagogy; i.e. developing their professsional competencies and using technology to enhance the learning experiences.

Course objectives, outcomes, & Standards

girls using computers

This course (as a whole) supports three areas of Knowledge, Skills, and Disposition (KSD) performance outcomes. They are:

Maximize Learning
KS 2A5.            Assures that students have ample opportunity to explore, respond, and extend their thinking through technology, as appropriate to the content area.
KS 2B2.            Promotes positive intellectual interactions among students and teacher through instructional experiences that result in student investigation of theories, facts, and opinions related to the content area.
KS 2B3.            Provides opportunities for students to learn and challenge each other through planned, cooperative peer interaction.

Communicate

KS 6A3.            Uses technology appropriately and effectivelyin planning, investigating, and teaching, and in communication with students, parents, and others.

Specialize

D 7A2.           Demonstrates competence in development of and application of content-specific pedagogical skills based on Tennessee and specialized professional association (SPA) criteria.

 

Service Learning

Service Learning Component
Tennesee State University is a avid supportive of service learning and civic engagement. In this course, students will create technology-based activities that will be presented to your professional colleagues at the end of the term. This is will be their opportunity to demonstrate technical knowledge and skills while promoting critical thinking, instructional engagement, and curricular enhancements through effective technology integration.

TSU Center for Service Learning and Civil Engagement

 

 

Course TEXTBOOKInstructional Technology and Media for Learning, 10th Edition

University Dates

17

January, 2017
Spring Semester begins

17

January, 2017
Last Registration begins (ends on Jan. 20)

06

March, 2017
Midterms (until Mar. 10)

13

March, 2017
Spring Break (until Mar. 17)

31

March, 2017
Last day to withdraw from courses/University

03

April, 2017
Summer/Fall 2017 Registration begins -- register for Residency I courses

27

April, 2017
Last Day of Classes

01

May, 2017
Final Examinations (until May 5)

06

May, 2017
Undergraduate Commencement Ceremony, 9AM - Hale Stadium

08

May, 2017
Spring 2017 grades due in MyTSU

Address:

Address:
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Email:

204A Clay Hall
Teaching & Learning
3500 John Merritt Blvd.
Nashville, TN 37209
nkendall@tnstate.edu

 

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Office: (615) 963-5482 Off Campus: (615) 829-6298

Last Modified 30-Jan-2017 10:13 AM

 

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