Instructor: Professional Seminar in Education EDUC 458 - University of Southern Indiana (Spring 2016)
Capstone seminar open to all teaching majors and minors. This course provides a synthesis of interdisciplinary knowledge and pedagogical practices. Integrates knowledge gained from Core 39, subject area coursework, and professional education core. The course examines current issues faced by teaching professionals in today's schools.
Instructor: Authoring Multimedia Resources EDUC 466 - University of Southern Indiana (Fall 2015)
Focuses on the systematic design and development of educational software and multimedia resources. Students plan instructional sequences, then apply computer programming and courseware design skills to the development of informational, instructional, and constructional resources. Internet, laserdiscs, CD-ROM, CD-audio, digitized audio, digitized still and motion video, and scanned images are incorporated into multimedia projects. Interdisciplinary multimedia thematic units also are developed.
Instructor: Professional Issues in Education EDUC 463 – University of Southern Indiana (Spring 2015)
Course Description: This course, taken concurrently with student teaching, prepares secondary and all-grades candidates for Indiana licensure requirements. Candidates also learn how assessment data can be used to inform instructional decision-making, manage the classroom, and enhance learning for diverse student populations
Instructor: Instructional Technology in Education EDUC 214 - University of Southern Indiana. (Fall 2016, Spring 2014, Summer 2014)
Course Description: Explores the use of technology to enhance the teaching and learning process. Students will explore current research, issues, and methodology related to the design, development, and use of technology resources. Emphasis will be placed on the evaluation and selection of Internet resources, educational software, productivity tools, and other emerging technologies in the educational environment. Students will develop skills in the production and effective use of print, projected, and displayed communication using technology tools.
Instructor: Special Topics in Computer Education EDUC 469/569 – University of Southern Indiana (Spring 2016, Fall 2015, Spring 2014)
Course Description: This course is devoted at each offering to the study of a contemporary topic of innovative development in computer education. Semester hour(s) credit available for each offering and education faculty determines course requirements.
Instructor: Internet in Education EDUC 567 – University of Southern Indiana (Summer 2016, Fall 2013 and Fall 2014)
Course Description: Focuses on the process of connecting learners with remote resources as primary or secondary means of learning. Examines the systematic design and development of distance learning environments (e.g., video, computer, and Internet-based delivery systems) with special consideration to learner needs and varied communication channels. Students plan and design instructional sequences, then apply distance learning techniques that address issues such as the need for real-time vs. delayed interaction. The evolving roles of technology, faculty, and learners are discussed. The course will be taught using the technologies demonstrated in class.