EDU-225 Instructional Technology � Entire Course

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  • Required TextbooksOrder books as soon as possible from the Boise State Bookstore or from any online book seller.

    Note: Several of the required textbooks may be available as free ebooks from Boise States Albertsons Library. Pleasecontact our EdTech Librarian, Margie Ruppel (margieruppel@boisestate.edu) or view a list of available ebooks here.

    Undergraduate Courses

    EDTECH 202: Educational Technology-Classroom Applications

    Graduate Courses

    EDTECH 501: Introduction to Educational Technology

    EDTECH 502: The Internet for Educators

    EDTECH 503: Instructional Design

    EDTECH 504: Theoretical Foundations of Educational Technology

    EDTECH 521: Online Teaching in the K-12 Environment

    EDTECH 522: Online Teaching for Adult Learners

    EDTECH 523: Advanced Online Teaching

    EDTECH 531: Teaching and Learning in Virtual Worlds

    EDTECH 532: Educational Games & Simulations

    EDTECH 533: YouTube for Educators

    EDTECH 534: Mobile App Design for Teaching and Learning

    EDTECH 536. Digital Game Design for K-12 Classrooms

    EDTECH 537. Blogging in the Classroom

    EDTECH 541: Integrating Technology into the Classroom Curriculum

    EDTECH 542: Technology-Supported Project-Based Learning

    EDTECH 543: Social Network Learning

    EDTECH 551: Technical and Grant Writing for Educational Technologists

    EDTECH 552: Introduction to Network Administration

    EDTECH 554: Managing Technology Integration in Schools

    Graduate Courses

    EME 5432: Integrating Technology into the Social Studies Classroom (On campus)

    This course focuses on the integration of technology and emerging Web applications into social studies curricula. Studentswill explore the application of emerging technologies from a teaching and learning perspective, and reflect on how 21stcentury learning principles can best be facilitated in the social studies classroom. Topics include inquiry learning and servicelearning using technology in social studies; primary sources and digital resources; personal learning environments,networks, and communities; and bridging the digital divide.

    EME 5054: Foundations of Educational Technology (On campus and online)

    This course is required for all Educational Technology students at the University of Florida. Many students elect to major inEducational Technology because they enjoy the hands-on design and development aspects of the field. However,Educational Technology is a broad and dynamic field that intersects many other disciplines and offers numerousopportunities for individuals with varied interests and talents. Having knowledge of the foundations, history, perspectivesand literature in the field enables students to think more critically about their efforts and career goals. This course isintended to give you an overview of the field and help you begin to find (or further establish) your niche within it.

    EME 5207: Designing Technology Rich Curriculum (Online)

    This course is designed for educators interested in integrating technology into their existing curricula or in designing newcurricula that involves appropriate uses of technology. This is NOT a curriculum design course. The class is built on theassumption that course participants have a working knowledge of planning curriculum at a level appropriate for theircurrent context. That is, prospective and practicing teachers will most likely be focused on integrating technology intoclassroom or grade level curricula while administrators, curriculum support specialist and others may consider curriculummore broadly at a school or district level. Regardless of context, the issues associated with integrating technology intocurriculum are similar.

    EME 5404: Instructional Computing II: Media Ecologies and Open Education (Online)

  • Focuses on the role of new media in shaping real-life and online identities and the implications of new media for educationalenvironments. Students will explore the potential of new technologies (e.g. social networking tools, virtual worlds, mobilecomputing devices) for teaching and learning, and for overcoming the digital divide in the US or developing environments.Research, theory, and examples of project implementation will be used as a basis for critical thinking, reflection, anddecision-making.

    EME 5405: Using the Internet in Education (Online)

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