M.Ed. Instructional Technology December 15, 2011 Kennesaw State University Dr. Traci Redish,Department Chair Dr. Julie Moore,Associate Professor Dr. Doug Hearrington,Assistant Professor Dr. Anissa Vega,Assistant Professor Dr. Jo Williamson,Associate Professor Jordan Cameron,Instructional Designer ORIENTATION
Department of Instructional Technology Faculty Jo Williamson Julie Moore Anissa Vega Doug Hearrington Traci Redish
Introductions Faculty: Dr. Hearrington Dr. Moore Dr. Redish Dr. Vega Dr. Williamson
Introductions Candidates: Jenna Barton Matthew ChambersChristy Cochran Rachel Dutton Ariana FieldsJesse ForteKimberley Hatcher Susan McCurryDeborah OakesTina Peardon Cochran Cynthia Reneau Janet Roberts Heather Smith Stacey StoryErin Tyre Sarah Wooten
Contact Information Gail DasherAdministrative Associate Please forward your Kennesaw email account to the email account you check daily!
Online Advisement • Students are assigned an advisor upon entering the program. • Send all advisement questions to your advisor. • Online meeting every other semester with your advisor. • Students can visit campus during office hours or meet online with advisor through the LMS (GeorgiaVIEW). • Online advisement website.
Online Advisement • Online cohort advisement session each semester with Dr.Redish. • Classes to register for the next semester • Reminder of paperwork and deadlines • Upcoming opportunities for endorsements/certificate programs • Recurring questions from emails • Student questions
Purpose of the M.Ed.: Leadership: To prepare you to serve as a school-leveltechnology coach/technology facilitator. & Teaching: To prepare you to effectively integrate technology into your classroom.
PSC Instructional Technology Standards(6 standards; 28 Elements) Standard 1: Visionary Leadership Standard 2: Teaching, Learning, & Assessment Standard 3: Digital Learning Environments Standard 4: Digital Citizenship & Responsibility Standard 5: Professional Learning & Program Evaluation Standard 6: Candidate Professional Growth & Development .
Program of Study(Tentative) SEMESTER I - Spring 2012ITEC 7410 Instructional Technology LeadershipITEC 7445 Multimedia and Web Design SEMESTER II - Summer 2012 ITEC 7480 Facilitating Online Learning Elective - You may choose to select an Endorsement/Certificate Program SEMESTER III - Fall 2012 ITEC 7400 21st Century Teaching and LearningElective - You may choose to select an Endorsement/Certificate Program SEMESTER IV - Spring 2013ITEC 7430 Internet Tools in the Classroom Elective - You may choose to select an Endorsement/Certificate Program SEMESTER V - Summer 2013ITEC 7460 Professional Learning & Technology InnovationITEC 7305 Data Analysis & School Improvement SEMESTER VI - Fall 2013ITEC 7470 Educational ResearchITEC 7500 Capstone Experience & Portfolio
12 courses = 36 hours = 6 semesters = 2 years • 9 ITEC courses (Instructional Technology) • 3 elective courses (9 hours) • Online Teaching Certificate Program • Teacher Leadership Endorsement & Preservice Leadership • Reading Endorsement – Elementary Only • Gifted Endorsement – Partnership with UGA • M.Ed. Level Content Classes Program of Study
Field Experiences 2 Types: 1. Structured(Course Assignments – 30 hours per course) 2. Unstructured(You Decide – 10 hours per course)
Field Experiences 1. Structured(Course Assignments – 30 hours per course) Turn in the log when you turn in the assignment. The log will also be placed in your portfolio.
Field Experiences 2. Unstructured(You Decide – 10 hours per course) Turn in the log at the end of the semester with all 10 hours documented.The log will also need to be uploaded to your portfolio.
Portfolio • Platform • Weebly.com • Sample Portfolio – email@example.com • Optional Synchronous Session – February 8, 2012, 5:00pm • Due – March 1, 2012
Portfolio Purchase a memory stick!
Capstone Culminating experience for candidates in the M.Ed. in Instructional Technology. The capstone should consist of a minimum of 75-100 hours of substantial work. Opportunity to apply and integrate key concepts from each course in your program of study. Must collaborate with their school community to identify an authentic and challenging technology-related need, problem, or research study to complete within the school, district or other educational agency. Design, implement, and evaluate an appropriate solution to meet the need, problem or research study. Proposal due to your advisor the 3rd semester – Fall 2012
Capstone Examples: Interactive Wiki with “how-to” tutorials on commonly asked technology questions 10-session professional learning program on Web 2.0 tools Professional Learning Program on SMART Board Tools Development of a School Website French Textbook with an Interactive Website School Wide Blog Initiative Online Course for Teachers – PLU credits Parent Technology Training
Registration: January 4-5 Dr. Vega/Dr. Moore Discuss Class
ITEC 7445Multimedia and Web Design for Education • Robin Williams & John Tollett Read Chapters 1-3
ITEC 7445 – Multimedia and Web Design for Education Visual/Web Process Design Instructional
Textbooks ITEC 7410 – Instructional Technology Leadership • Creighton, T. (2003). The Principal as Technology Leader. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin. • Roblyer, M.D. & Doering, A. (2010). Integrating Technology into Teaching, (Fifth Edition). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall.
Course Goals ITEC 7410 – Instructional Technology Leadership To gain a deeper understanding of the field of educational technology, including the history of the discipline, future career options, and professional organizations/resources to support ongoing learning. To develop a vision for technology use in K-12 schools and a research-based rationale to support that vision. To understand and assess essential conditions for effective technology implementations in K-12 schools To develop a school-level strategic plan to strengthen the essential conditions and to realize students’ vision for technology use.
About the course… ITEC 7410 – Instructional Technology Leadership • 8 modules (2 weeks to complete each module) • 3 Synchronous WIMBA sessions (like today) • January 12 7pm-9pm • February 23 7pm-9pm • April 26 6pm-9pm • Largest Assignment: Technology Planning Project • We will discuss in detail on January 12th • 3 Key components • Presented by you on April 26 (why we will start early)
Before January 12th ITEC 7410 – Instructional Technology Leadership • Read course orientation • Read course resources • Read course support • Read course rubrics (will be posted by January 7th) • Watch APA formatting video mentioned in our online orientation materials. • http://youtu.be/9pbUoNa5tyY (This link will be emailed to you within GeorgiaView.) • See you on Thursday, January 12th at 7pm!
Professionalism/Dispositions • Attendance & Punctuality • Class Participation • Contributes and leads class discussions • Displays a positive attitude • Respectful of professor and colleagues • Collaborates to complete high-quality team projects • Submits ALL assignments on time • Submits quality responses to online discussion forums • Plagiarism • If you get behind, email your instructor and ask for an extension.
Orientation Website https://education.kennesaw.edu/instructionaltechnology/content/welcome-1(Please view by January 7) Develop Portfolio Shellhttp://tredish.weebly.comDue: March 1(Session on February 8 @ 5:00) ITEC Dept. Website https://education.kennesaw.edu/instructionaltechnology/ Student Files Student Links