Syllabus IELP 5113

Beverley Taylor Sorenson College of Education and Human Development

IELP 5113:
Instructional Technology for Teaching and Learning Spring Semester, 2019

Instructor: Nathan Jenkins M.Ed.

Phone: (435) 574-7660, (435) 586-9485

Office: Iron Springs Elementary

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Office Hours: Mon-Fri (4:00-5:00)

Room:​SEDCIVC Room: 4128

Credit Hours: 3

520 West 800 South Cedar City Utah

(January 10, 17, 24, 31, February 7, 14, 2019) ​IVC Thursday Nights 5:00 PM-8:00 PM, 24 hrs. of Canvas online instruction plus assignment, and 6 hrs. Practical/Field experience

Course Description

This course examines instructional design for classroom teachers and explores a variety of emerging technologies that enhance student learning.

Course Objectives

The following five course objectives are based on the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) National Educational Technology Standards (NETS) for Teachers (2017), which are explained in more detail at ​http://www.iste.org/​. ​After completing this course, you should be able to...

Facilitate and inspire student learning and creativity.
Design and develop digital-age learning experiences and assessments. Model digital-age work and learning.
Promote and model digital citizenship and responsibility.
Engage in professional growth and leadership.

To qualify for credit, Southern Utah University requires that learners must complete 15 hours of contact time per credit hour in any given course.

Required Readings
Textbook​: There is no required textbook for this course.

Educational Standards for Teachers and Students

Utah Effective Teaching Standards: ​Once you complete all teacher education requirements, you will receive a Level 1 Utah professional educator license. After three years of full-time teaching, you may be eligible for a Level 2 license (and a pay raise) if you meet all requirements, including the Utah Effective Teaching Standards (based on the InTASC Standards). Go to the following address to learn about the UETS: ​http://www.uen.org/k12educator/uets/

International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) National Educational Technology Standards (NETS) for Teachers, Students, and Administrators:​Inadditiontounderstandingandachieving​NETSforTeachers,​ itis equally important for you to know and to be able to effectively implement and support ​NETS for Students;​ and it will also be useful for you to understand the expectationsof​NETSforAdministrators.​ Visitthefollowingaddressfordetails: http://www.iste.org/standards.aspx

Utah Core Standards: ​These K-12 content standards/objectives (organized by subject areas and grades) represent what the state of Utah requires students to be able to do. As you develop instructional materials for projects in this class, you are required to align them to support learner achievement of Utah Core Standards. Visit the following web address to learn more: ​http://www.uen.org/core/

Other Readings: ​Instructors may require additional reading assignments and would be provided in the course modules.

Grading Policy and Scale

The final grade will be based on the total percentage of the following categories.
Syllabus Quiz (2 %), Technology Assignments (65%), Research/Reading (5%), Final Project (12%) Knowledge and Skills Test (8%), and Attendance/Participation (8%).

Percentages for grades are as follows:

Attendance and Participation

Cla​ss attendance, punctuality, and active participation are required. ​Absences and tardiness will be subject to point deductions from your attendance grade. Two tardies (of more than 5 minutes late) will equal one absence. Excused absences include jury duty, military duty, representing SUU at athletic, academic, or artistic competitions. Absences due to personal reasons do not qualify as excused absences. You are responsible for information discussed and assignments given in class. If you miss a class, it is your responsibility to obtain any materials, assignments, or announcements you missed.

Late Assignments and Make-Up Work

Due dates are listed on Canvas. Late assignments are subject to a 10% point reduction for each day (including weekends) that they are past due, must be submitted within a week of the original due date. Technical problems are ​NOT​ a valid excuse for late submissions. If you encounter technical problems, you must see the instructor in person before passing the due dates. Be sure to check the submission status, after you upload your files to Canvas. An “Incomplete” grade is only available in extenuating circumstances as specified in SUU Policy

A

=

95 - 100%

B-

=

80 - 82%

D+

=

67 - 69%

A-

=

90 - 94%

C+

=

77 - 79%

D

=

63 - 66%

B+

=

87 - 89%

C

=

73 - 76%

D-

=

60 - 62%

B

=

83 - 86%

C-

=

70 - 72%

F

=

0 - 59%

6.13, section III, and at least 75% of the course work must have already been completed with a passing grade​.

Students Missing Classes to Represent SUU​: I​ f you will miss classes due to travel for competitions or other university-sponsored events, you MUST provide a hard copy of your travel schedule during the first week of the semester (or the earliest advanced notice) and MUST meet with the instructor to discuss make-up work at least two days before your travel date.

Tentative Schedule of Assignments and Activities:

  • Face-to-face sessionswill be held from 5:00 P.m. to 8 P.M. on: 1/10, 1/17, 1/24, 1/31, 2/7, 2/14 Place: SEDCIVC Room: 4128 - 520 W 800 S Cedar City 84720
  • Online sessionsfor 1/10 & 1/17 will take place between face-to-face sessions and should each take 2 hours to complete. Online sessions for 1/24 & 1/31will take place between face-to-face sessions and should​ ​each​ ​take 4 hours to complete. Online sessions for 2/7 & 2/14 will consist of 2 assignments and should each take 5 hours to complete. Descriptions and specific guidelines will be outlined on canvas. Online sessions will be comprised of readings, dvd’s to watch and critique, internet searches, research articles to review, questions to ponder, and preparation for presentations.
  • Field/practical experience-6 hours, may be chosen from suggested list and must be completed and reported on in the final class on 2/14.

Tentative Class Schedule for Spring 2019

Days

Topics

1/10 (Thu)

Introduction, Course Overview
Trends and Issues in Instructional Technology in K-12 Classrooms Instructional Design Model

1/17 (Thu)

Introduction to Video/Audio Educational Fair Use, Internet Security
Student Lead - Online Tools/Programs and Open Sources 1

1/24 (Thu)

Student Lead - Tools/Programs and Open Sources 2 Learning Management System for K-12 Learners Mobile Learning, Educational Apps -1

1/31 (Thu)

Distance Education and Online Collaboration -1 Educational Blogs and Wikis
Mobile Learning, Educational Apps -2 Introduction to iBooks and Atavist

2/7 (Thu)

Student Lead - QR Codes Assessments using technology ePortfolios

2/14 (Thu)

Final Project Presentation Course Summary Knowledge Test

Required Assignments and Due Dates

All assignments must be turned in through Canvas assignment page by​ ​11:59 p.m​. on the due dates listed below. Specific instruction handouts for each assignment will be posted on Canvas.

Due Dates

Assignments

1/16 (Wed)

2 Hours to Complete

Syllabus Quiz (Open book, online quiz)

Research on Open Sources for Learning

Concept map

1/23 (Wed)

4 Hours to Complete

Video (WeVideo or iMovie)

Cartoon/Animation for Learning

1/30 (Wed)

5 Hours to Complete

Podcast

Class Website

2/6 (Wed)

5 Hours to Complete

iBooks

Collaborative Learning with QR Codes

2/13 (Wed)

4 Hours to Complete

Creating Online Quiz

Final Project- Flipped Classroom Lesson

2/20 (Wed)

2 Hours to Complete

Technology Integration in K-12 Classrooms (Group Discussion)

Knowledge Test

Assignment Rubric

 

25 Points

15 Points

0 Points

Timely

The assignment was turned in before or one the due date.

N/A

The assignment was turned in after the due date.

Purpose

Meets the purpose of the assignment.

Partially meets the purpose of the assignment.

Does not meet the purpose of the assignment.

Organization

The assignment is organized and is laid out in a professional manner .

The assignment is organized, however it does not appear professional.

The assignment is not organized or professional

Conventions

The assignment is free of errors

The assignment contains a few errors.

The assignment contains multiple errors.

Instructional Technology Practical Experiences

Each course in SUU’s APT Licensure Program now includes a practical experience component. The APT Practical Experience component of each course, (the equivalent of .5 credit hour - 6 hours), is to provide teachers with an opportunity to document the knowledge, skills, and dispositions necessary for successful classroom implementation of instructional technology. In consultation with the course instructor, a variety of practical experiences could be selected. Below are some examples of beneficial practical experiences:

  • • Instructional Technology Classroom Observation
    • Instructional Technology Master Teacher Observation
    • Instructional Technology Individualized Instructional Session
    • Instructional Technology Peer Tutoring Session
    • Group Instructional Technology Session
    • Observation, Participation, and/or Review of Differentiated Instructional Strategies
    • Attendance at an Instructional Technology Professional Development Conferences
    • Attendance at School Functions or Extra-curricular Activities that Promote Instructional Technology

Participation in Service Learning Projects
Attendance at Local Community Councils or PTA Meetings Technology Daily Learning Log or Journal
Others Experiences as Agreed Upon with Instructor

Course Alignment with State and National Teaching Standards

The matrix below indicates the alignment of course objectives and assessments with state and national education standards, specifically TEAC (Teacher Education Accreditation Council), the Utah Effective Teaching Standards (based on the Interstate Teacher Assessment and Support Consortium or INTASC Standards), and ISTE.NETS•T (International Society for Technology in Education, National Educational Technology Standards for Teachers, 2008).

TEAC Claims & Threads

Utah Effective Teaching Standards

Course Objectives (ISTE.NETS•T)

Assessments

TEAC Demonstrate

4. Content Knowledge

1. Facilitate and inspire

- Class discussions and

knowledge and

 

student learning and

in-class assignments on

competency in the

 

creativity.

instructional design

subject(s) they will teach.

   

models.

   

2. Design and develop

 
   

digital-age learning

- Final project.

   

experiences and

 
   

assessments.

 

TEAC Demonstrate

5. Assessment

1. Facilitate and inspire

- Instructional design

pedagogical competency

 

student learning and

model class discussion

and exhibit effective

6. Instructional Planning

creativity.

and in-class assignment.

elements of teaching in

     

the area they have chosen.

7. Instructional Strategies

2. Design and develop

- Technology practice

   

digital-age learning

assignments.

   

experiences and

 
   

assessments.

 
   

3. Model digital-age work

 
   

and learning.

 

TEAC Demonstrate

8. Reflection and

3. Model digital-age work

- Class discussions/in-

professional and caring

Continuous Growth

and learning.

class activities on

teaching dispositions that

   

educational fair use,

promote effective

9. Leadership and

4. Promote and model

Internet security, the

teaching and learning.

Collaboration

digital citizenship and

universal design

 

10. Professional and Ethical Behavior

responsibility.

5. Engage in professional growth and leadership.

principles.

TEAC Crosscutting

8. Reflection and

3. Model digital-age work

- Reading assignements.

theme: Learning to learn.

Continuous Growth

and learning.

 
     

-Final project presentation

 

9. Leadership and

5. Engage in professional

and peer review.

 

Collaboration

growth and leadership.

 

TEAC Crosscutting

2. Learning Differences

1. Facilitate and inspire

- Technology practice

theme: Diversity

 

student learning and

assignments

(Including Multicultural

3. Learning Environments

creativity.

 

perspectives and

     

understanding).

 

2. Design and develop

 
   

digital-age learning

 
   

experiences and

 
   

assessments.

 
   

3. Model digital-age work

 
   

and learning.

 

TEAC Crosscutting

3. Learning Environments

2. Design and develop

- Class discussions/in-

theme: Technology.

 

digital-age learning

class activities on

 

7. Instructional Strategies

experiences and

distance education and

   

assessments.

mobile learning.

   

3. Model digital-age work

- In-class activities on

   

and learning.

online tools/programs and

     

open sources.

   

4. Promote and model

 
   

digital citizenship and

- Technology practice

   

responsibility.

assignments.

     

- Final project.

Academic Integrity

Scholastic dishonesty will not be tolerated and will be prosecuted to the fullest extent. You are expected to have read and understood the current issue of the student handbook (published by Student Services) regarding student responsibilities and rights, and the intellectual property policy, for information about procedures and about what constitutes acceptable on-campus behavior.

ADA Statement

Students with medical, psychological, learning or other disabilities desiring academic adjustments, accommodations or auxiliary aids will need to contact the Southern Utah University Coordinator of Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD), in Room 206F of the Sharwan Smith Center or phone (435) 865-8022. SSD determines eligibility for and authorizes the provision of services.

Course Fees

Fees charged for this course are designed to maintain high quality programming, equipment, materials, supplies, and services for students in the College of Education and at Southern Utah University. A detailed list of expenditures is available in the Dean’s Office. For information on course-specific fees please see your instructor.

HEOA Compliance Statement

The sharing of copyrighted material through peer-to-peer (P2P) file sharing, except as provided under
U.S. copyright law, is prohibited by law. Detailed information can be
found at​ ​http://www.suu.edu/it/p2p-student-notice.html​.

Emergency Management Statement

In case of emergency, the University's Emergency Notification System (ENS) will be activated. Students are encouraged to maintain updated contact information using the link on the homepage of the ​mySUU ​portal. In addition, students are encouraged to familiarize themselves with the Emergency Response Protocols posted in each classroom. Detailed information about the University's emergency management plan can be found at http://www.suu.edu/emergency

Disclaimer Statement

Information contained in this syllabus, other than the course policy, grading, academic integrity, ADA statement, and HEOA statement, is subject to change with advance notice as deemed appropriate by the instructor.

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