Agenda: Class 1
ET605 Introduction to Educational Technology
- A Vision of Technology
- Schedule Note
- February 14 is HCPSS teacher conferences; class will be online
- We have class during Loyola’s Spring Break (March 7)
- We do not have class on March 28
- We do not have class during Howard County Public Schools Spring Break (April 4)
- Last class is April 25: Final Exam
- Who Am I? Dr. Marcovitz
- Who Are You?
- Where's the beef (syllabus)?
- Part I: Technology Activities
- Part II: Problem-based Learning
- How can computer technology effectively be integrated into the curriculum?
- Attendance is required
- Group work is required
- Plagiarism is forbidden
- Members of your group (you will form groups next class)
- Members of the class
- Resources on the class web site and other places
- Your instructor - Don’t forget that I am prepared to help you
with anything you need for this class. I can spend as long as you want
talking about any of the required technologies. Don’t hesitate to ask!
- Accessing Articles for the Review of Articles
- Articles are often from Learning & Leading with Technology
or The Journal of Research on Technology in Education and other
- You can access most articles by visiting our class in Moodle.
- Articles not in Moodle can be accessed from the databases at the Loyola Library.
- Both of these journals are published by ISTE (http://www.iste.org/) so you can have complete access to them online if you join ISTE (recommended but not required for ET students).
- Check Network Access
- You should already be signed up for the class Moodle site
- Change your email at Moodle to your preferred email
- Note the instructions for accessing your network files at home (on class Web site)
- Call the Help Desk (410-617-5555) tomorrow if any of these things don’t work
- First Technology Activity: Tree Newsletter
- Complete the Tree Newsletter and submit it via Moodle
- Read Monke, Charlotte’s Webpage:
- Check out class Web site and print anything you want
- Be sure that you can get into our class Moodle site and post a test message in the Just Testing forum
- Be sure that you have a working email address
- Call the Help Desk (410-617-5555) if any of your Loyola accounts don’t work
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This page was prepared by: David M. Marcovitz, Ph.D.
Last updated: January 17, 2013