Fundamentals of Educational Technology Leadership
EDTC 801 - Summer Institute I
Summer 2014 - Dr. Zeiger
This course is the initial intensive summer seminar for incoming doctoral cohort candidates. This is a foundation course which outlines the expectations and practices of the program. It also introduces candidates to the program’s mission of preparing effective leaders for an interdependent world.
A log detailing responsibilities as a social media coordinator for the cohort.
An outline describing key concepts in Transformational Leadership.
A statement of Ericka Collado's leadership style, educational technology philosophy and career goals.
A collection of assignments completed as part of the doctoral coursework.
EDTC 802 - Principles of Educational Technology
Summer 2014 - Dr. Shamburg
This course focuses on concepts and strategies necessary for a leader in a technologically rich learning environment. Topics include strategic planning, leadership styles, institutional change processes, and policy issues in educational technology.
A research paper on the implications of designing a MOOC for foreign language instruction.
Spanish in 1-2-3 Level I: a proposal for a Spanish learning MOOC.
LEADERS IN THE FIELD:
A multimedia presentation that explores the work of Lawrence Lessig on creativity and freedom.
EDTC 804 - Global Issues in Educational Technology Leadership
Fall 2014 - Dr. Twomey
This course will investigate educational technology through a global perspective. The issues covered will include development strategies, diversity, cultural values, and the systemic role educational technology plays in global economic development. The course will focus on a cross-cultural examination of contemporary academic and workplace skills.
A Research paper on Chinese cultural values and k-12 technology implementation.
"China's Globalization in the Digital Age" - A research paper
"Proficiency and Emerging Technologies": A course proposal for foreign language pedagogy.
EDTC 625 - Using Integrated Software Across the Curriculum
Summer 2015 - Dr. Shamburg
Candidates learn about integrated software packages (i.e., software which integrates word processing, data base management, paint, draw, spreadsheet and telecommunications capabilities into one package). The package is studied as the starting point of a resource- based curriculum. New types of learning and assignments across the curriculum are explored.
A Spanish lesson that incorporates UDL principles.
A curriculum project that uses the green screen video technique as a time machine that connects a Spanish teacher with the late Frida Kahlo. The project is designed for a foreign language class but it is applicable to other content areas such as Social Studies and Language Arts.
Spanish Volteretas is a flipped lesson for an elementary Spanish class at the undergraduate college level.
A multimedia presentation describing the Five Disciplines Framework in Systems Thinking.
EDTC 631 - Technology Facilitator: Issues and Challenges
This course prepares candidates to assume a leadership role and administrative responsibilities associated with technology facilitators—professionals who promote the development and implementation of technology infrastructure, procedures, policies, plans, and budgets for P-12 schools. An analysis of district-wide and school curriculum needs, state agency mandates and federal imperatives as well as personnel roles and services will be conducted.
A district wide technology plan on Flipped Learning.
A plan outlining job qualifications of technology coordinators in a k-8 setting.
A district wide technology plan that focuses on English Language Arts classes in k-12.
A district wide professional development plan using CourseSites by BlackBoard.