AE 2240 - Instructional Technology
Field Experience hours: 5 hours in a public or private school setting. In this introductory course, students assess and respond to the complex, dynamic environment created through technology in the K-12 environment. In theory and practice, students are able to utilize technology in appropriate areas in the learning process. Through this critical analysis of technology, students will develop a personal understanding and application of technology in their role as educators in modern day society. Upon successful completion of the course, students will have developed an online portfolio website to utilize throughout the AE program.
Prerequisites: AE 2215 - Introduction to Art Education ; must be an Art Education major
Course Learning Outcomes:
- Students utilize Colorado Visual Arts Academic Standards in designing and developing instructional tools.
- Students assess the role of technology in education based on knowledge of the ways in which learning takes place, including the levels of intellectual, physical, social, and emotional development of students.
- Students develop authentic learning experiences that integrate and utilize appropriate, available technology.
- Students reflect on the development of critical- thinking and problem- solving skills through the incorporation of technology in the learning process.
- Students are able to respond to a complex, dynamic environment through technology in their instructional practice.
AE 2240 Course Learning Outcome Rubric
Illuminate: Technology Enhanced Learning by Bethany Petty; ISBN: 978-1949595833
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