Course Content and Outcome Guide for ED 136
- Posted by:
- Curriculum Office
- Course Number:
- ED 136
- Course Title:
- Computers in Education
- Credit Hours:
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Course DescriptionIntroduces students to the many educational uses of computers and how to integrate educational technology into the curriculum. Prerequisites: Completion of WR 115; RD 115; and CAS 133.
Addendum to Course Description
Intended Outcomes for the courseUpon completion of this course, the student will be able to use technology to support communication,teaching, and learning by:
ý Create instructional materials by using word processing, database and presentation/publishing programs for use in K-12 settings. ý Use rubrics to aid in the evaluation of educationally-valid information on Web sites and educational software for use in the classroom.
ý Share information using the internet communication resources by using discussion boards, email, blogs, etc. to address topics specific to education, content area teaching, and library media practices.
ý Design student learning activities that integrate computers/technology for a variety of student group strategies and for diverse student populations in an educational setting.
ý Use an understanding of instructional theories and models concerning educational technology to increase technology integration in schools.
Course Activities and DesignPresentations by lecture, demonstration sessions and hands on application.
Outcome Assessment StrategiesEVALUATION
Final grade dependent on the degree of mastery of course objectives/outcomes. Class interaction, attendance and
final project will also be taken into consideration in determining the final grade.