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Department of Teacher Education Instructional Technology Use By Course
Department of Teacher Education
Instructional Technology Use By Course
(as indicated in syllabus item XI)
EDT 109
EDT 110
EDT 207
EDT 211
EDT 212
EDT 222
EDT 305
EDT 311
EDT 312
EDT 313
EDT 314
EDT 315
EDT 317
Word processing, using web text and electronic reserve readings, creating a web
based resume, researching on the internet, and utilizing email
The candidates will utilize email, videos, CD-ROMs, Internet searches including
educational databases, PowerPoint and will use the TaskStream software for
creation of the professional portfolio.
Video, Web, overheads, CD Rom, and PowerPoint
A. Students will utilize e-mail and a web board to engage in such activities
as threaded conversations, collaboratively web-based case studies, and
to maintain communication with course instructors, student colleagues
and mentor teachers.
B. Students will conduct web-searches to access information.
C. Students will use advanced word processing, publishing, and
formatting skills as well as PowerPoint to create a professional Poster
Presentation.
Students will use WEB technology to explore professional information
available to teachers and parents. In addition, students will explore software
available for use in early childhood programs.
Video, Web, overheads, CD Rom, and PowerPoint
Instruction will integrate up-to-date electronic information technology.
a. Web-based threaded conversation
b. Word-processing
c. Internet links and database searches
A.
Use of PowerPoint to develop documentation board
B.
Use of digital cameras and incorporation of digital pictures into
documentation
 Students will utilize e-mail and a web board to engage in threaded
conversations, to collaboratively evaluate web-based case studies, and to
maintain communication with course instructors, student colleagues and
mentor teachers.
 Students will conduct web-searches to access information for their
curriculum web and prop box.
 Students will use advanced word processing, publishing, and formatting
skills as well as PowerPoint to create a professional Poster Presentation.
During this course candidates will utilize technology to communicate, to
organize assessment data, to prepare reports for colleagues and parents and to
prepare a PowerPoint Presentation.
Students will develop an understanding of the use and function of a variety of
technological devices and medical equipment that support the independence
and treatment of young children who are medically fragile to technology
dependent. Some examples include orthotics, prosthetics, chairs and
positioners, walkers, augmentative communication devices, digestive devices,
respirators and monitors.
 Candidates will use email to engage in conversations, to collaboratively
EDT321
EDT 338
EDT 340
EDT342
evaluate teaching examples, and maintain communication with the
instructor, peers, and mentor teachers. (D)
 Candidates will evaluate technology including computer software
appropriate for students. (D)
 Candidates will use word processing, publishing, and formatting skills as
well as PowerPoint, to create professional presentations. (D)
Exploration of on-line support for learning and teaching knowledge, skills,
and values
Use of on-line lesson plan and rubric building resources
Technology presentations demonstrating course knowledge
Electronic portfolio creation of new entries based on field-based
experiences
Video, Resources on the Internet, PowerPoint, Task Stream
Students are expected to use their Lotus Notes email accounts to receive and
submit communications with the instructor. Powerpoint presentations may be
available as well as companion websites with the textbook. Students should be
competent in the use of electronic library and internet sources. All assignments
should be word processed unless otherwise directed.
Students are expected to use their Lotus Notes email accounts to receive and
submit communications with the instructor. Powerpoint presentations may be
available as well as companion websites with the textbook. Students should be
competent in the use of electronic library and internet sources. All assignments
should be word processed unless otherwise directed.
EDT 343
Students are expected to use their Lotus Notes email accounts to receive and
submit communications with the instructor. Powerpoint presentations may be
available as well as companion websites with the textbook. Students should be
competent in the use of electronic library and internet sources. All assignments
should be word processed unless otherwise directed.
EDT 344
Students are expected to use their Lotus Notes email accounts to receive and
submit communications with the instructor. Powerpoint presentations may be
available as well as companion websites with the textbook. Students should be
competent in the use of electronic library and internet sources. All assignments
should be word processed unless otherwise directed.
EDT 350
EDT 400
1. Students will utilize on-line resources and databases to identify quality
literature.
2. Students will explore and utilize technology support in order to collect and
present information on authors and other assignments related to the course
content.
3. Students will utilize an on-line portfolio builder for the creation of their
portfolio entries.
Students will utilize e-mail to maintain communication with course
instructors, and student colleagues and to organize and access course
materials.
EDT 404
Students will utilize e-mail to maintain communication with course
instructors, and student colleagues and to organize and access course
materials.
EDT 406
Students will utilize e-mail to maintain communication with course
instructors, and student colleagues and to organize and access course
materials.
EDT 412
Email is considered an official method of communication at the University of
Dayton. Please maintain your UD Lotus Notes email account and check it
regularly. During this semester, you may receive emails from the instructor.
These emails will only go to the address in the UD Lotus Notes Address Book. It
is the student’s responsibility to ensure that their preferred email address is
specified in the UD Address Book. If your preferred email address is not a Lotus
Notes email address, you can have your mail forwarded to your preferred address
by going to http://address.udayton.edu/
A.
B.
C.
D.
Candidates will use the internet as a source for lesson plan ideas
Candidates will investigate computer programs as a source of
meaningful problems for and practice with for students.
Candidates will use graphing calculators for class work, in lesson
plans, and during student teaching.
Candidates will design a web page with information about the courses
you are teaching, messages to parents, assignments for students,
additional information to share with parents and the community that
you are serving. (D4)
EDT 413
Use of the internet as an instructional resource for the teacher and for students
Use of power point presentations including digital pictures, clip art and charts
and figures
EDT 414
web site referencing and review, word processing, email, electronic resources
and software reviews, and audio/visual resources
EDT 415
EDT 419
Use of the internet for instructional resources – including judging the quality of the
content on the site, word processing, email
A. Students will utilize e-mail and a web board to organize files or course
related materials and maintain communication with course instructors,
student colleagues and mentor teachers.
B. Students will conduct web-searches to access information for their
curriculum web and lesson plans and to access NAEYC Position
Statements.
C. Students will use advanced word processing, publishing, and
formatting skills as well as PowerPoint to create a professional Poster
Presentation.
EDT 425
The students will use databases on the internet for research.
The student will create a brochure using Microsoft Publisher.
EDT 427
Email is considered an official method of communication at the University of
Dayton. Please maintain your UD Lotus Notes email account and check it
regularly. During this semester, you may receive emails from the instructor.
These emails will only go to the address in the UD Lotus Notes Address Book. It
is the student’s responsibility to ensure that their preferred email address is
specified in the UD Address Book. If your preferred email address is not a Lotus
Notes email address, you can have your mail forwarded to your preferred address
by going to http://address.udayton.edu/
The focus of this course uses the internet as a source for lesson plan ideas,
computer programs for rich sources of problems for and practice with for
students. Graphing calculators are utilized in class work, in lesson plans, and
during student teaching.
EDT 429
EDT 432
Word-processing; email responses; exploration of computer software
simulations, encyclopedias, databases, etc.; Internet research, use and
evaluation (including web quests); and audio/video and PowerPoint
presentations and equipment.
Email is considered an official method of communication at the University of
Dayton. Please maintain your UD Lotus Notes email account and check it
regularly. During this semester, you may receive emails from the instructor.
These emails will only go to the address in the UD Lotus Notes Address Book. It
is the student’s responsibility to ensure that their preferred email address is
specified in the UD Address Book. If your preferred email address is not a Lotus
Notes email address, you can have your mail forwarded to your preferred address
by going to http://address.udayton.edu/
The focus of this course uses the internet as a source for lesson plan ideas,
computer programs for rich sourses of problems for and practice with for
students. Graphing calculators are utilized in class work, in lesson plans,
and during student teaching.
EDT 441
EDT 442
Internet resources; use of personal computer; instructional resources for k-12
learners.
Students are expected to use their Lotus Notes email accounts to receive and
submit communications with the instructor. Powerpoint presentations may be
available as well as companion websites with the textbook. Students should be
competent in the use of electronic library and internet sources. All assignments
should be word processed unless otherwise directed.
EDT 443
Students are expected to use their Lotus Notes email accounts to receive and
submit communications with the instructor. Powerpoint presentations may be
available as well as companion websites with the textbook. Students should be
competent in the use of electronic library and internet sources. All assignments
should be word processed unless otherwise directed.
EDT 444
Students are expected to use their Lotus Notes email accounts to receive and
submit communications with the instructor. Powerpoint presentations may be
available as well as companion websites with the textbook. Students should be
competent in the use of electronic library and internet sources. All assignments
should be word processed unless otherwise directed.
EDT 445
Students are expected to use their Lotus Notes email accounts to receive and
submit communications with the instructor. Powerpoint presentations may be
available as well as companion websites with the textbook. Students should be
competent in the use of electronic library and internet sources. All assignments
should be word processed unless otherwise directed.
A. Students will explore on-line support for the teaching of phonics,
spelling, and vocabulary.
B. Students will examine and evaluate various packages (commercial,
computer software, etc.) available for phonics, spelling, and vocabulary
support.
EDT 450
EDT 452
Students will explore on-line support for teaching and learning in the
content areas. A bibliography of resources will be constructed.
EDT 453
Students will critically evaluate and use online resources for teaching reading and
writing including Ohiorc.org, readwritethink.org, and those from professional
organizations., etc.) available for phonics, spelling, and vocabulary support.
EDT 454
1. Students will locate and use online resources for teaching reading and
writing including Ohiorc.org, readwritethink.org, and those from
professional organizations.
2. Students will participate computer-generated activity sheets for the
teaching of comprehension.
3. Students will develop a website via Scholastic.com.
4. Students will locate and use online resources for assessing student’s
reading and writing skills.
EDT 458
Email between instructor and students
Explore on-line internet support for reading/writing in curricular areas
Integration of technology into lessons
Listening/viewing audio & video support materials
EDT 459
EDT 472
EDT 473
EDT 474
EDT 475
EDT 477
EDT 498
Students will explore on-line support for teaching and learning in the content
areas.
Students will use Taskstream to write lesson plans and rubrics.
Students will access Isidore for directions, assignments, grades, etc.
A. Students will utilize e-mail to maintain communication with course
instructors, and student colleagues and to organize and access course
materials.
B. Students will conduct web-searches to access information about the
conditions, diagnoses and treatments of children in the class.
C. Students will use adaptive devices that are used with the children in the
classroom.
D. Students will use computer programs such as BoardMaker and Google
Images to develop instructional materials and adaptive communication
devices.
Students will utilize e-mail to maintain communication with course
instructors, and student colleagues and to organize and access course
materials.
The following technologies are integrated in the student teaching
experience: word processing, e-mail responses, exploration of contentspecific knowledge, computer software, internet research, web quests,
PowerPoint presentations, etc.
E-mail, video camera, projector, videos, Internet, computer software, laser disc,
etc.
 Teacher candidates will use e-mail to engage in conversations, to
collaboratively evaluate issues, and maintain communication with the
instructor and colleagues.
 Teacher candidates will evaluate and use technology including
computer software appropriate for the visual arts.
 Teacher candidates will use technology tools to collect, analyze,
interpret, represent, and communicate student performance data.
 Teacher candidates will develop technology to meet the requirements
of students with special needs.
 Teacher candidates will use word processing, publishing, and
formatting skills as well as PowerPoint, to create professional
presentations.
A. Database searches
B. Word processing including “Track-Changes”
C. Technology-based research/statistical programs (Ethnographer, SAS,
SPSS) as appropriate to the study
EDT 499
EDT 502
EDT 503
EDT 507
EDT 508
EDT 509
EDT 510
EDT 518
EDT 530
A.
Word processing including “Track-Changes”
B. Technology-based research/statistical programs (Ethnographer,
SAS, SPSS) as appropriate to the study
E-mail
Communication
Web pages
Databases available through Roesch Library
Computer slide presentations.
Email is considered an official method of communication at the University of
Dayton. Please maintain your UD Lotus Notes email account and check it
regularly. During this semester, you may receive emails from the instructor.
These emails will only go to the address in the UD Lotus Notes Address Book. It
is the student’s responsibility to ensure that their preferred email address is
specified in the UD Address Book. If your preferred email address is not a Lotus
Notes email address, you can have your mail forwarded to your preferred address
by going to http://address.udayton.edu/
The students will utilize email, videos, Internet searches, and TaskStream (for completion
of the portfolio).
Video, Web, overheads, CD Rom, and PowerPoint
WebCT, TaskStream, PlacePro, Turnitin.com
During this course students will expand their knowledge of conducting web and
other computer-driven data-base searches. Students will learn to evaluate the
reliability of information found on the internet as they develop and word process a
literature review using APA style. Students will learn about and use a web-based
communication system, Word-Track Changes, PowerPoint, and email to complete
their assignments.
E. Students will utilize e-mail and a web board to organize files or course
related materials and maintain communication with course instructors,
student colleagues and mentor teachers.
F. Students will conduct web-searches to access information for their
curriculum web and lesson plans and to access NAEYC Position
Statements.
G. Students will use advanced word processing, publishing, and formatting
skills as well as PowerPoint to create a professional Poster Presentation.
Use of databases on the internet for research; email; word processing; CD & DVD
video clips with overhead projector; and use of TaskStream and on-line portfolio
builder
EDT 531
EDT 532
EDT 534
EDT 550
EDT 554
Exploration of on-line support for learning and teaching knowledge, skills,
and values
Use of on-line lesson plan and rubric building resources
Technology presentations demonstrating course knowledge
Electronic portfolio creation of new entries based on field-based
experiences
Use of databases on the internet for research, email; word
processing; CD & DVD video clips; overhead projector; Isodore, and use of
TaskStream and
on-line portfolio builder.
During this course candidates may find and review internet websites that
will assist them in lesson development, use word processing to complete all
assignments, video tape themselves teaching for personal and peer review,
and communicate with peers and instructors via e-mail. In addition,
electronic and audiovisual resources supporting science instruction may be
incorporated.
Taskstream, WebCT
This course uses the internet as a source for lesson plan ideas, professional
discussions, science information, professional growth, and student research.
You are required to design a web page with information about the courses you are
teaching, messages to parents, assignments for students, along with additional
information that you see fit to share with parents and the community that you are
serving.
EDT 560
EDT 561
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
Online modules
Downloading Digital Streaming
PowerPoint Presentation
Web-based threaded conversation
Web CT
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
EDT 562
Online modules
Downloading Digital Streaming
PowerPoint Presentation
Web-based threaded conversation
Web CT
a.
b.
c.
d.
Online modules
Downloading Digital Streaming
PowerPoint Presentation
Web-based threaded conversation
e. Web CT
EDT 563
EDT 564
EDT 565
EDT 570
EDT 571
EDT 572
EDT 573
EDT 574
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
Online modules
Downloading Digital Streaming
PowerPoint Presentation
Web-based threaded conversation
Web CT
Online modules
Downloading Digital Streaming
PowerPoint Presentation
Web-based threaded conversation
Web CT
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
Online modules
Downloading Digital Streaming
PowerPoint Presentation
Web-based threaded conversation
Web CT
Students are expected to use their Lotus Notes email accounts to receive and
submit communications with the instructor. Powerpoint presentations may be
available as well as companion websites with the textbook. Students should be
competent in the use of electronic library and internet sources. All assignments
should be word processed unless otherwise directed.
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Students are expected to use their Lotus Notes email accounts to
receive and submit communications with the instructor. Powerpoint
presentations may be available as well as companion websites with the
textbook. Students should be competent in the use of electronic library
and internet sources. All assignments should be word processed unless
otherwise directed.
Students are expected to use their Lotus Notes email accounts to
receive and submit communications with the instructor. Powerpoint
presentations may be available as well as companion websites with the
textbook. Students should be competent in the use of electronic library
and internet sources. All assignments should be word processed unless
otherwise directed.
Students are expected to use their Lotus Notes email accounts to
receive and submit communications with the instructor. Powerpoint
presentations may be available as well as companion websites with the
textbook. Students should be competent in the use of electronic library
and internet sources. All assignments should be word processed unless
otherwise directed.
Students are expected to use their Lotus Notes email accounts to
EDT 575
EDT 576
EDT 577
EDT 578
EDT 579
EDT 589
EDT 590
receive and submit communications with the instructor. Powerpoint
presentations may be available as well as companion websites with the
textbook. Students should be competent in the use of electronic library
and internet sources. All assignments should be word processed unless
otherwise directed.
Students are expected to use their Lotus Notes email accounts to
receive and submit communications with the instructor. Powerpoint
presentations may be available as well as companion websites with the
textbook. Students should be competent in the use of electronic library
and internet sources. All assignments should be word processed unless
otherwise directed.
Students are expected to use their Lotus Notes email accounts to
receive and submit communications with the instructor. Powerpoint
presentations may be available as well as companion websites with the
textbook. Students should be competent in the use of electronic library
and internet sources. All assignments should be word processed unless
otherwise directed.
Students are expected to use their Lotus Notes email accounts to
receive and submit communications with the instructor. Powerpoint
presentations may be available as well as companion websites with the
textbook. Students should be competent in the use of electronic library
and internet sources. All assignments should be word processed unless
otherwise directed.
Students are expected to use their Lotus Notes email accounts to
receive and submit communications with the instructor. Powerpoint
presentations may be available as well as companion websites with the
textbook. Students should be competent in the use of electronic library
and internet sources. All assignments should be word processed unless
otherwise directed.
Students are expected to use their Lotus Notes email accounts to
receive and submit communications with the instructor. Powerpoint
presentations may be available as well as companion websites with the
textbook. Students should be competent in the use of electronic library
and internet sources. All assignments should be word processed unless
otherwise directed.
Graduate students will use technology to engage in conversations, to
collaboratively evaluate examples of visual arts, and teaching examples, and
maintain communication with the instructor and colleagues. (D) (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6)
(P6)
Graduate students will evaluate technology including computer software
appropriate for the visual arts. (D) (3, 5) (P6, P9)
Graduate students will create a web site that can be used in the unit of instruction
or course of study. (D) (1, 2) (P4)
Graduate students will use word processing, publishing, and formatting skills, as
well as PowerPoint, to create professional presentations. (D) (6) (P6, P7)
EDT 601
EDT 602
EDT 629
A. Students will explore on-line support for the teaching of phonics,
spelling, and vocabulary.
B. Students will examine and evaluate various packages (commercial,
computer software, etc.) available for phonics, spelling, and vocabulary
support.
Students will explore on-line support for teaching and learning in the
content areas. A bibliography of resources will be constructed.
Email is considered an official method of communication at the University of
Dayton. Please maintain your UD Lotus Notes email account and check it
regularly. During this semester, you may receive emails from the instructor.
These emails will only go to the address in the UD Lotus Notes Address Book. It
is the student’s responsibility to ensure that their preferred email address is
specified in the UD Address Book. If your preferred email address is not a Lotus
Notes email address, you can have your mail forwarded to your preferred address
by going to http://address.udayton.edu/
1.
2.
3.
4.
EDT 630
EDT 631
WebCT
Microsoft Office
Quicktime (Lotus Notes)
Adobe Acrobat
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
1)
2)
3)
Multimedia software (KidPix, HyperStudio, PowerPoint, etc.)
Peripheral hardware (digital camera, scanner, etc.)
Internet resources (graphics, audio, video, etc.)
Presentation systems
WebQuests
Creation of CD Rom
Microsoft Office
WebCT
Inspiration
Email is considered an official method of communication at the University of
Dayton. Please maintain your UD Lotus Notes email account and check it
regularly. During this semester, you may receive emails from the instructor.
These emails will only go to the address in the UD Lotus Notes Address Book. It
is the student’s responsibility to ensure that their preferred email address is
specified in the UD Address Book. If your preferred email address is not a Lotus
Notes email address, you can have your mail forwarded to your preferred address
by going to http://address.udayton.edu/
EDT 632
1. SchoolNet Plus, networking
Email is considered an official method of communication at the University of
Dayton. Please maintain your UD Lotus Notes email account and check it
regularly. During this semester, you may receive emails from the instructor.
These emails will only go to the address in the UD Lotus Notes Address Book. It
is the student’s responsibility to ensure that their preferred email address is
specified in the UD Address Book. If your preferred email address is not a Lotus
Notes email address, you can have your mail forwarded to your preferred address
by going to http://address.udayton.edu/
EDT 633
Students will be required to have access to the Internet without certain firewall
restrictions so they can explore Web 2.0 technologies. Some schools will not
allow certain Web 2.0 technologies, so it is important that students have access
to Internet outside their school.
Email is considered an official method of communication at the University of
Dayton. Please maintain your UD Lotus Notes email account and check it
regularly. During this semester, you may receive emails from the instructor.
These emails will only go to the address in the UD Lotus Notes Address Book. It
is the student’s responsibility to ensure that their preferred email address is
specified in the UD Address Book. If your preferred email address is not a Lotus
Notes email address, you can have your mail forwarded to your preferred address
by going to http://address.udayton.edu/
EDT 634
1.
2.
3.
4.
Microsoft Office
Moodle or WebCT
Internet-based Resources: Applications and Content
Novell or Windows NT or Mac Networking
software
Email is considered an official method of communication at the University of
Dayton. Please maintain your UD Lotus Notes email account and check it
regularly. During this semester, you may receive emails from the instructor.
These emails will only go to the address in the UD Lotus Notes Address Book. It
is the student’s responsibility to ensure that their preferred email address is
specified in the UD Address Book. If your preferred email address is not a Lotus
Notes email address, you can have your mail forwarded to your preferred address
by going to http://address.udayton.edu/
EDT 667
EDT 672
Students will use computer applications to manage data.
Students will participate in an online forum for teacher researchers.
Students will use internet sites as a resource for developing knowledge
base and gathering resources for research project.
Overhead
Transparencies
Other materials as appropriate
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