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Kutztown University
Department of Library Science and Instructional Technology
ITC 514
Foundations of Instructional Technology (3 credits)
Fall 2012
Online
Instructor Information:
Dr. Andrea Harmer
Office Phone: 610-683-4301
Email: [email protected]
Other important information:
Classroom emergencies:
Call Public Safety x34001
Counseling Office: Mary x 64215
Office Hours:
Tues 3-5, Wed 4-5, Th 11-1, RL 9
(I will be available by phone at these times)
If you need any extra help or clarification of issues related to this course, please feel free to come and see
me during my office hours or send me an email.
Text:
The Foundations of Educational Technology
The above link takes you to the online textbook that we will be using throughout the semester. The text was
developed in 2004 by doctoral students at the University of Georgia, a highly respected College of
Education with regard to technology integration. It is free of charge to use.
Goal: To help students construct a strong foundation of educational technology theory, research, and
practice as it relates to classroom activities in the K-12 setting.
Specific Objectives: By the end of this class students will:
1) Be able to identify important historical events and established theories affecting instructional
technology.
2) Understand and discuss research and researchers behind the theoretical foundations of
instructional technology.
3) Be able to discuss the present state of instructional technology for the K-12 classroom.
4) Be able to determine where the field of instructional technology is headed, based on past events,
research, and current course readings.
5) Be able to recognize and implement instructional design models and paradigms.
Behavioral Expectations: Our class together is considered a learning community and as such, all
community members are expected to treat each other with respect and compassion. All members’
knowledge gained through their individual and group experiences should be valued as it contributes to our
learning environment. Honesty is expected, enthusiasm and fun are welcome too!!
Please be aware of university policies on plagarism. See http:
www.kutztown.edu/library/reference/infolit/plagarism.asp
The following schedule is considered a guide for our learning together and is subject to change. Regular
attendance will ensure that you receive any updates or changes. Changes will also be posted on classroom
D2L site in case of illness or bad weather.
If you have already disclosed a disability to the Disability Services Office (215 Stratton Administration
Building) and are seeking accommodations, please feel free to speak with me privately so that I may assist
you. If you have an injury sustained during military service including PTSD or TBI, you are also eligible
for accommodations under the ADA and should contact the Disability Services Office.
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Syllabus:
DATE
Week of 8/27
TOPICS/ACTIVITIES
* Course introduction
* Student introductions
* Introduction-Section I and Brief History of
Instructional Technology and Ideas Affecting It
(22 pps)
ASSIGNMENTS/DUE
DATES
By 9/3 you should
1. Send one Powerpt slide
(saved as a ,jpg or a .pdf file)
to the D2L discussion board.
File should reflect your
personality and visually
introduce you to the class.
Please include your name
somewhere on the slide.
In PPt, to save as .jpg, save as
Picture. To save as .pdf go to
“print” menu, bottom left
“pdf” option or save as .pdf.
If you DO NOT HAVE
ACCESS to PPt, please send
any jpeg file with a brief
introduction.
Week of 9/3
* The Current State of Instructional Technology
(17 pps)
Week of 9/10
* What’s Next for Instructional Technology: A
Focused Field or Crisis of Identity (17 pps)
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2. In online text, read,
“Introduction” and “A Brief
History of Instructional
Technology and the Ideas
Affecting It”
3. Take History quiz in D2L
(5 questions worth 2 pts ea.)
By 9/10 you should
1. In online text, read, “The
Current State of Instructional
Technology”
2. Answer Current State
questions in D2L discussion
board
By 9/17 you should
1. In online text, read,
“What’s Next for
Instructional Technology: A
Focused Field or Crisis of
Identity”
2. Discuss What’s Next in
D2L discussion board
2
Week of 9/17
*Introduction- Section II and Instructional
Design (15 pps)
By 9/24 you should
1. In online text, read,
“Introduction- Section II and
Instructional Design”
2. In D2L discussion board,
discuss the benefits of using
ADDIE paradigm in
instructional design
Week of 9/24
* Instructional Designer Competencies and
Background of Instructional Design
Competencies – all sections 1-6
(14 pps)
Week of 10/1
*Learning Theories and Instructional Strategies
(20 pps)
* The Conflict of Learning Theories with
Human Nature (George Siemens)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xTgWt4Uzr54
Week of 10/8
* Technology Integration in K-12 (38 pps)
Week of 10/15
* Technology Integration in K-12 (38 pps)
Week of 10/22
* Technology for Higher Education : THE Way
to Go
(13 pps)
By 10/1 you should
1. In online text, read,
“Instructional Designer
Competencies and
Background of Instructional
Design Competencies”
2. Take Competencies quiz
in D2L
By 10/8 you should
1. In online text, read,
“Learning Theories and
Instructional Strategies”
2. Watch George Siemens
video.
3. Discuss which learning
theory and strategy you use
most often in your classroom
and, why, and if you think it
has the potential to conflict
with human nature.
By 10/15 you should
1. In online text, read,
“Technology Integration in
K-12”
2. In D2L discussion board,
in one - two short paragraphs,
discuss how you have
integrated technology
recently in your own
classroom
By 10/22 you should
1. Use the ASSURE model to
integrate technology into a
lesson plan you currently
teach without using
technology (1-2 pps). Submit
lesson plan to digital
dropbox.
By 10/29 you should
1. In online text, read,
“Technology for Higher
Education : THE Way to Go”
2. In D2L discussion board,
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discuss your preferred
method of technology use in
higher education.
Week of 10/29
* Performance Technology
(24 pps)
Week of 11/5
* Open Education (19 pps)
Week of 11/12
*Educational Technology and Cultural
Dimensions (14 pps)
Week of 11/19
* Critiques of Instructional Technology (pps 1-43
of 88)
* Thanksgiving Break
Week of 11/26
* Critiques of Instructional Technology (pps 44 –
88)
Introduction-Section III
Week of 12/3
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By 11/5 you should
1. In online text, read,
“Performance Technology”
2. Take Performance
Technology quiz in D2L
By 11/12 you should
1. In online text, read, “Open
Education”
2. In D2L discussion board,
discuss your opinion of the
open education concept
presented in the chapter
By 11/19 you should
1. In online text, read,
“Educational Technology and
Cultural Dimensions”
2. In D2L discussion board,
discuss how you could use
technology to “tailor your
learners’ experiences to
complement their culture,” or
to introduce them to
expanded cultural
experiences (beyond simple
videoconferencing).
By 12/3 you should
1. In online text, read,
“Critiques of Instructional
Technology”
2. In D2L discussion board,
discuss which critique or case
study had the most impact on
you as an educator and why.
See 12/3 above
By 12/10 you should, take
FINAL: In online text,
choose and view an
interview with at least one
educational technology leader
that you did not know before
and in a short paragraph (in
D2L discussion board),
discuss what their impact
has been on the field of
educational and instructional
technology OR add someone
to the list that you believe has
shown leadership in IT and
explain why you chose that
person.
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Grading Rubric:
Assignment
History of Instructional
Technology Quiz
Current State questions (D2L
discussion board)
What’s Next in Instructional
Technology discussion
Benefits of using ADDIE
paradigm in instructional design
discussion
Competencies quiz
Learning theory and strategies
discussion
Technology integration
discussion
ASSURE model to integrate
technology into lesson plan
Preferred method of technology
use in higher education
discussion
Performance Technology quiz
Opinion of Open Education
concept discussion
Using technology to tailor your
learners experiences to
complement their culture
discussion
No assignment due:
Thanksgiving Break
Critique or case study
discussion
Final:
Educational Leader discussion
Total:
Range (as a percentage)
95.0 +
92 – 94.9
90 – 91.9
87 – 89.9
85 – 86.9
83 – 84.9
78 – 82.9
70 – 77.9
<70
Due
Date
9/3
Point
Value
10 pts.
9/10
10 pts.
9/17
10 pts.
9/24
10 pts.
10/1
10/8
10 pts.
10 pts.
10/15
10 pts.
10/22
20 pts.
10/29
10 pts.
11/5
11/12
10 pts.
10 pts.
11/19
10 pts.
11/26
12/3
10 pts.
12/10
10 pts.
150 pts
Letter Grade
A
AB+
B
BC+
C
D
F
Resources:
Links
Explorations in Learning & Instruction: The Theory Into Practice Database - TIP is a tool intended to make
learning and instructional theory more accessible to educators. The database contains brief summaries of 50
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major theories of learning and instruction. These theories can also be accessed by learning domains and
concepts.
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