TE 803: Professional Roles and Teaching Practices II
Instructor: B. Pogodzinski
Description: Focused on working with the community surrounding the area where you teach and the importance of being involved inside and outside of your school district. Worked on developing curriculum in your content area that is most responsive to the needs of students.
TE 804: Reflection and Inquiry in Teaching Practices II
Instructor: A. Fritzen
Description: Focused on collecting, analyzing, and interpreting data that was collected during the internship year of student teaching. I began to create personal and professional goals, and implement them into my teaching practices. Created my first online portfolio using Weebly to show my personal and professional goals and collect resources.
CEP 810: Teaching Understanding with Technology
Instructors: T. Maginity & J. Spicer
Description: Focused on theories of learning and the understanding of teaching with technology. This course introduced the importance of personal learning networks (PLN), the TPACK framework, and the affordances and constraints of using technology in education. This it the first course of the Educational Technology Certificate Program.
CEP 811: Adapting Innovative Technology to Education
Instructors: S. Beauchamp Hicks & L. Wolf
Description: Focused on developing a personal learning network (PLN) to find technology tools that can be repurposed and used effectively in your classroom. The course focused on the TPACK framework and the Universal Design for Learning (UDL) principles. This is the second course of the Educational Technology Certificate Program.
CEP 812: Applying Educational Technology to Issues of Practice
Instructors: A. Keller, W. Marsland, & L. Wolf
Description: Focused on discovering and researching a wicked problem encountered in your school setting. The course discussed ways to solve the problem with the integration of technology and then implementing a well thought out plan to your real life situation. My wicked problem findings and implications may be viewed on my blog. This is the third course of the Educational Technology Certificate Program.
CEP 800: Learning in School and Other Settings
Instuctors: W. Cain, D. Henriksen, & P. Mishra
Description: Focused on major psychological perspectives that help one to think about learning that occurs inside the classroom, in an online environment, and in your every day setting. The major assignment was the DreamIT project which displays the theories learned in the class on how to teach students while using the TPACK framework.
CEP 815: Technology and Leadership
Instructors: W. Cain, D. Henriksen, & P. Mishra
Description: Focused on useful strategies to become a leader of technology in your place of employment. Strategies included how to lead professional development, managing projects within your department or school, and how to build relationships with other colleagues that may or may not be interested in using technology in their classrooms.
CEP 822: Approaches to Educational Research
Instructors: W. Cain, D. Henriksen & P. Mishra
Description: Focused on different methods of educational research, how to identify problems to research, and the evaluation of how people understand a topic. The final product was a research proposal that includes understanding the background of the research, a sample population, the questions & methods used, and the final presentation.
CEP 807: Capstone Course of Educational Technology
Instructor: M. Koehler
Description:Focused on the creation of an online portfolio that presents my work from the MAET program. My portfolio demonstrates my competence of effectively integrating technology into my classroom to support my teaching and the learning of my students.
CEP 820: Teaching Students Online
Instructors: A. Heintz & S. Sawaya
Description: Focused on creating an online course using a Learning Management System. The course discussed various management systems, their strengths and weaknesses, and how to use these systems to facilitate online learning and success for students. My developer notebook shows the progression of my online course.