Course Descriptions

EDU 125 - Technology in Education

2 Credits

An introductory course designed to expose students to current technologies used in modern education. Students will have hands-on practice working with various technology tools and will examine practical applications for enhancing the teaching and learning process, as well as the ethical issues and barriers surrounding implementation. Two class hours.

Course Learning Outcomes
1. Evaluate specific technologies and their application to education (National Educational Technology Standard #3).
2. Analyze educational challenges to select appropriate technologies to solve real-world educational problems (National Educational Technology Standard #1).
3. Design authentic learning experiences that utilize technology to promote student learning (National Educational Technology Standard #2).
4. Analyze ethical issues related to the use of technology (National Educational Technology Standard #4).
5. Analyze legal issues related to the use of technology (National Educational Technology Standard #4).
6. Analyze social issues related to the use of technology (National Educational Technology Standard #4).
7. Apply current research on the effective use of technology to support student learning (National Educational Technology Standard #5).
8. Apply current research on the effective use of technology to support student learning (National Educational Technology Standard #5).

Course Offered Fall and Spring

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Intersession 2018
Spring Semester 2018