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Three Learner Goals for EDUC522
1. Ethical professionals who are able to understand and articulate the integration of a Christian worldview with their discipline in their communities of practice.
2. Responsive professionals who practice reflective critical thinking in their engagements with diverse communities of learners.
3. Informed scholarly professionals who are dedicated to collaboration and lifelong learning.
- Learn and explain cognitive research and its application to educational technology
- Explore the theory of multiple intelligences learning and how it relates to traditional cognitive, behavioral, and humanistic theories of learning
- Identify students’ uniqueness and apply teaching styles to enhance student learning
- Investigate appropriate integration of technology to address multiple intelligences
- Demonstrate the ability to apply technology in a variety of ways than enrich lesson plans and enhance effective teaching and learning experiences for all types of learners
- Reflect upon the power of using technology to create learning experiences that address multiple intelligences to enrich future teaching and learning activities
- McKenzie, W. (2005). Multiple Intelligences and Instructional Technology (2nd ed.). Eugene, Oregon: International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE).
- Silver, H. F., Strong, R. W., & Perini, M. J. (2000). So Each May Learn. Alexandria, VA: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development. (ISBN 0-87120-387-1)
- McKenzie, W. (2004). Standards-based lessons for tech-savvy students a multiple intelligences approach. Worthington, OH: Linworth Pub.
- November, A. C. (2001). Empowering students with technology. Arlington Heights, Ill: SkyLight Professional Development.
Class Meeting Schedule
- Mondays 4:45 - 9:30 on Adobe Connect: https://apu-celt.adobeconnect.com/_a1092948453/lrodriguez/
September 14th through November 9th
- Weekly posts in the Forum
- Initial response posted within 48 hours of meeting night.
Response to the posts of a minimum of 2 classmates by 7pm of the evening before the next meeting.
Please make sure to post throughout the week - thorough, thoughtful postings that add meaningful content to the conversation (thought-provoking questions, suggestions, extension of ideas, etc.)
- No discussion posts accepted after the week has ended. No exceptions. It's like talking in an empty room.