Educational Technology Course LIst

Educational Technology Course LIst

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EDT 109 - Developing Campus-Based Portfolios

This course covers the basic as well as advanced features of campus-based e-portfolio (electronic portfolio) systems.  E-portfolios can be used as a repository to store and organize digital evidence of teaching and learning.  The tools in the e-portfolio systems will be used to represent individual learning and competencies.  (1 unit)
Transfer Credit:  CSU


EDT 110   Introduction to Educational Technology

TARGETED FOR FUTURE TEACHERS BUT OPEN TO ALL STUDENTS

Introduction to Educational Technology is designed to prepare future teachers with the understanding of how to utilize computers in the educational environment.  Participants will learn basic computer terminology, fundamental Internet tools, basic word functions, the use of electronic spreadsheets, and use of database management systems.  This is an on-campus course. (2 units)
Transfer Credit:  CSU


EDT 111   Web Design for Educators


This course is for educators and prospective educators with little or no experience creating or designing web pages.  Topics of instruction will be web concepts, principles of good web design, special populations compliance, and school web site planning and building.  Other topics include educational applications of the World Wide Web, copyright, plagiarism, and security issues.  (1 unit)
Transfer Credit:  CSU

Recommendation: EDT 50 or EDT 51 and EDT 52 or EDT 53 or equivalent with grades of Credit or “C” or higher.


EDT 112   Virtual Curriculum


This course is intended to teach educators how to create conferences and online (virtual) curriculum projects for use in the classroom and on the World Wide Web.  Students in this course will be given guidelines for developing virtual museums, field trips, on-line exhibits, and exploratoriums from idea conception to the resulting conference or web pages for posting on the Internet. (3 units)
Transfer Credit:  CSU

Recommendation:  EDT 50 or EDT 51 and EDT 52 or EDT 53 or equivalent with a grade of Credit or “C” or higher

 

EDT 114   Microsoft Producer for Educators

This course covers the concepts and techniques for using Microsoft Producer.  Students will learn to use Microsoft Producer, while discovering practical and creative uses of the application to enhance existing and new PowerPoint presentations in teaching.  Methods of integrating this software into the educational setting will be explored.    (2 units)
Transfer Credit:  CSU

Recommendation:  EDT 50 or EDT 51 and EDT 52 or EDT 53 or equivalent with a grade of Credit or “C” or higher


EDT 115   Technology Integration in Education


This course trains educators and prospective educators who wish to learn how to integrate technology into classroom teaching and learning.  Topics include computer terminology, evaluation of digital media, locating technology resources for specific subject areas, adaptation of lesson plans to incorporate technology, and using multimedia in education.   Other topics include impact of technology on education; past, current, and future technology trends; and copyright, plagiarism, and security issues.  
Transfer Credit:  CSU

 Recommendation:  EDT 50 or EDT 51 and EDT 52 or EDT 53 or equivalent with grades of Credit or “C” or higher.


EDT 119  Hardware and Software Considerations for Educators


This course is for educators and prospective educators actively involved in the use, purchase, and/or maintenance of computer hardware and software in the educational setting.  Students will learn the functions of pertinent hardware, how to interface equipment to the computer, system requirements, and evaluation techniques.  Students will learn to troubleshoot basic hardware, software, printing, and network problems.  Maintaining appropriate maintenance and troubleshooting logs will be addressed.  Technology plans and effective classroom management techniques using technology in a limited number of educational settings discussed.
Transfer Credit:  CSU

Recommendation:  EDT 50 or EDT 51 and EDT 52 or EDT 53 or equivalent with grades of Credit or “C” or higher.


EDT 120   Exploring Assistive Technology in Education


This course is intended to develop the sensitivity as well as the skills and knowledge needed by teachers to create an educational environment that is conducive to learning for students with disabilities and for those who may have other learning challenges such as English second language learners.  Students will investigate strategies for differentiating instruction for students with learning and other disabilities within the general education environment.  Through lecture and hands-on experience, participants will explore practical uses of software that can be applied to classroom learning materials to make those materials more accessible to students needing assistance.  (2 units)
Transfer Credit:  CSU

 Recommendation:  EDT 50 or EDT 51 and EDT 52 or EDT 53 or equivalent with grades of Credit or “C” or higher.


EDT 121   Using Handheld Computers in Education


This course trains educators and prospective educators in the use of handheld computers in education to perform administrative, instructional, and other classroom functions.  Specific topics include the basics of using Palm OS handhelds, as well as more advanced functions such as productivity tools, student information system tools, assessment tools, web clipping, e-books, science probes, and writing tools. Other topics include policy and management issues related to handhelds and forming a plan for a school’s use of handhelds.   (2 units)
Transfer Credit:  CSU

Recommendation:  EDT 50 or EDT 51 and EDT 52 or EDT 53 or equivalent with grades of Credit or “C” or higher.


EDT 122   Fundraising/Grant Writing for Educators


This course covers the basics of grant seeking, grant writing, and other forms of fundraising that will enable educators to obtain money for technology and other educational programs.  The course will cover the process, structure, and skills to develop a conceptual framework for fundraising research, planning, writing skills and strategies.  Budgetary considerations, budgetary planning, and presentation skills will also be addressed.   (2 units)
Transfer Credit:  CSU

Recommendation:  EDT 50 or EDT 51 and EDT 52 or EDT 53 or equivalent with grades of Credit or “C” or higher.


EDT 123   Internet Tools for Educators


This course covers some of the tools provided on the Internet for educators including blogs, wikis, dictionaries, reference citation makers, libraries, and online rubric creators.  Students will learn to use these tools, while discovering practical and creative uses to enhance their teaching.  Methods of integrating the tools into the educational setting will be explored.  (2 units)
Transfer Credit:  CSU

Recommendation:  EDT 50 or EDT 51 and EDT 52 or EDT 53 or equivalent with grades of Credit or “C” or higher.


EDT 125   Fundamentals of Online Teaching


This course is designed for educators and future educators who wish to learn the fundamentals of teaching online courses.  Students will learn online course structures and delivery methods.  (2 units)
Transfer Credit:  CSU

Recommendation:  EDT 111, EDT 104, EDT 50 or EDT 51, and EDT 52 or EDT 53 or equivalent with grades of Credit or “C” or higher.

 

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