Instructional Design and Educational Technology Foundations considers historical factors that contributed to the development of the field. Considers underlying systems concepts. Introduces major publications and professional organizations in the field. Includes a research project. Jigsaw is a cooperative learning strategy that enables each student of a “home” group to specialize in one aspect of a topic.Continue reading “IDET 5300”
Instructional Design and Educational Technology Practicum is a course where students will design and assemble their IDET Masters journey professional portfolio and complete a service-based, on-the-job guided practice in the planning and use of educational technologies and instructional design skills within a program-approved learning environment. Prerequisite: Participants must have completed at least 12 semester hoursContinue reading “IDET 5397”
IDET 5320 – Strategies for Technology Integration A course designed to enable participants to thoughtfully plan for integration of computers and other media in instruction. Examines the Project-Based Learning Model to engage learners in projects requiring investigation, analysis, synthesis, and presentation in real-world situations. Considers a rationale for technology integration, learning theory, evaluation of interactiveContinue reading “IDET 5320”
Instructional Design IDET 5304 introduces participants to the systems approach to instructional design. This course provides introductory information and application of skills and techniques necessary in the analysis, design, development, implementation, and evaluation of instruction (referred to as the ADDIE model).
Internet Resources in Education and Training surveys uses of Internet resources for instruction. Considers design standards and software tools for web development. Considers instructional strategies involving use of Internet resources to support learning. college code For children who are the first from their families to attend college – any college – the path is aContinue reading “IDET 5310”
Design Strategies for Online Instruction & Learning Management Systems is designed to provide educators with an overview of the instructional and programmatic factors that should be considered when designing, developing, and delivering an online course. Incorporates research-based knowledge consistent with International Association for K-12 Online Learning (iNACOL) and Texas Virtual School Network (TxVSN) standards.
Instructional Hypermedia is the application of a variety of computing applications integral to effective hypermedia development. Study of hypermedia design research. Production of a series of hypermedia objects in audio, video, and graphic production, as well as a final project related to selected instructional goals.
Instructional Design Application addresses the specification of research-based instructional strategies for various categories of learning outcomes. Applied use of educational technologies to design and develop instructional materials that are consistent with research findings in the field. LEARNER-CENTERED PARADIGM Info graphic designed to explain learner-centered paradigm.
Studies in Equality of Educational Opportunities identifies recent developments affecting the education of minority children and youth; innovations in program development and equality of educational opportunity.
Applied Research and Professional Writing is a course emphasizing the finding, interpreting, and use of research to achieve a stated educational goal for each individual student. Concepts of tests and measurements will be emphasized for interpreting research results and gathering data for applied research. Students will develop and execute an applied inquiry project.