Course : ETEC Advanced Technology Integration
- Course Number
- ETEC 4113
- Section Number
- 4113- DX1/ 4113-X10
- Fall 2021
- Bridwell Hall, On-line
- Marci Moore
- Days & Times
- Final Exam Day/Time
- Friday, December 03, 2021 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Students demonstrate a basic level of technological pedagogical content knowledge through creating student-centered, technology-rich lessons, assessments, and parent communication (CAEP Standard 1)
Students design, implement, create and participate in digital learning and teaching experiences in the classroom and for professional development (CAEP Standard 2)
Students demonstrate knowledge and can model through their teaching content decisions the legal and ethical implications of digital citizenship.
STORAGE DEVICE AND FILE MANAGEMENT:
We will store everything in D2L. You will also be using Google Suite heavily and you can use your MSU Google or your own personal Google Account.
Demonstrate the following dispositions essential for learning:
- curiosity (ask meaningful questions, look for additional information, probe, reflect);
- flexibility (take alternate points of view, venture new ideas; be open-minded and playful);
- organization (plan ahead)
- patience (take time to reason, be persistent in efforts);
- risk-taking (try things beyond current repertoire);
- caring/passion (invest in ideas/process/product).
Be aware of how your attitude is conveyed to others (body language, conversation, neatness and completeness of work, willingness to assist and contribute, etc.). A sense of humor and the ability to be flexible is crucial!
Standard I: All teachers use and promote creative thinking and innovative processes to construct knowledge, generate new ideas, and create products. 1.1k,1.2k,1.3k, 1.1s,1.2s1.3s,1.4s,1.5s
Standard II: All teachers collaborate and communicate both locally and globally using digital tools and resources to reinforce and promote learning. 2.1k,2.2k,2.3k,2.4k,2.1s,2.2s,2.3s,2.4s,2.5s,2.6s,2.7s,
Standard II: All teachers collaborate and communicate both locally and globally using digital tools and resources to reinforce and promote learning. 2.8s,2.9s,2.10s,
Standard III: All teachers acquire, analyze, and manage content from digital resources. 3.1k,3.2k,3.3k,3.1s,3.2s,3.3s,3.4d,3.5s,3.6s,3.7s
Standard IV: All teachers make informed decisions by applying critical-thinking and problem-solving skills. 4.1k,4.2k,4.3k, 4.1s,4.2s,4.3s,4.4s,4.5s,4.6s,4.7s,4.8s,
Standard IV: All teachers make informed decisions by applying critical-thinking and problem-solving skills. 4.9s,4.10s,4.11s,4.12s
Standard V: All teachers practice and promote safe, responsible, legal, and ethical behavior while using technology tools and resources. 5.1k,5.2k,5.3k,5.1s,5.2s,5.3s,5.4s5.5s,5.6s
Standard VI: All teachers demonstrate a thorough understanding of technology concepts, systems, and operations. 6.1k,6.2k,6.3k,6.4k,6.1s,6.2s,6.3s,6.4s,6.5s,6.6s,6.7s,6.8s,6.9s,6.10s,6.11s,6.12s,6.13s,6.14s,6.15s,6.16s6.17s,6.18s,6.19s,6.20s,6.21s,6.22s,6.23s,6.24s,6.25s,6.26s,6.27s,6.28s,6.29s,6.30s,6.31s
Standard VII: All teachers know how to plan, organize, deliver, and evaluate instruction for all students that incorporates the effective use of current technology for teaching and integrating the Technology Applications Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) into the curriculum.7.1k,7.2k,7.3k7.4k,7.5k,7.8k,7.5k,7.6k,7.7k,7.8k,7.1s,7.2s,7.3s,7.4s,7.5s,7.6s,7.7s,7.8s,7.9s,7.10s,7.11s,7.12s,7.13s,7.14s,7.15s,7.16s,7.17s,7.18s,
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