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The affordances of digital technology alter the sociotechnical systems within which people interact — and thus alter perception and cognition.

Welcome to ED386/ED586 EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY

Theories and practical techniques concerning technology in educational contexts. Includes exploration of emerging technologies and selection, production, and integration of educational materials. Lab fee required. Prerequisite: formal acceptance into the teacher education program. Co-requisite: ED325, ED330 or ED337. Lab fee required.
  • ED386/586-51 : Tuesday/Thursday 2-3:15 OC211
  • ED386/586-1 : Wednesday 5-7:40 OC211

Professor David Shutkin, Ph.D.


Readings

Available online through the library’s electronic reserves.  edsh68
Please consult the course readings for a current list.
A more thorough course bibliography is available here.

Online Subscriptions / Web 2.0

While there is no textbook for this course, please expect to incur some expenses for online subscriptions and tutorials.


Goals

  1. Produce an educational website / digital portfolio;
  2. Analyze the pedagogical potential of video games;
  3. Produce a Mobile App for education;
  4. Demonstrate understanding of multimodal literacy;
  5. Produce a multimodal digital story
  6. Apply ideas of distributed cognition to analyses of classroom practice;
  7. Demonstrate the development of your TPACK through the design of a technologically enhanced learning environment.

Alignment ED386 Course Goals with DESP Learning Outcomes & JCU Academic Learning Goals


Alignment ED586 Course Goals with DESP Learning Outcomes & JCU Academic Learning Goals

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