Prerequisite: Either ETEC 411, 444, equivalent experience satisfying the California Level I computer technology standard, or consent of instructor.
Introduction to the field of educational technology. Overview of theoretical approaches, research trends, major developments, and prominent issues in the field. Incorporation of social, historical, psychological, and philosophical perspectives in the study of educational technology.
Letter grade only (A-F). (Seminar 3 hours)
Prerequisites: ETEC 444 or equivalent experience satisfying California Level I computer technology standard.
Principles for integrating computer technology into learning environments to improve: planning, designing and implementing learning experiences; educational communication and collaboration; assessment and evaluation.
Meets California Level II computer technology standard.(Seminar 2 hours, laboratory 2 hours) Letter grade only (A-F).
Examination of social and cultural implications of educational technologies, considering issues of cultural bias, equity, and questions of who benefits from particular technologies. International applications of computer technologies to promote learning about different cultures.
Prerequisites: ETEC 523, or consent of the instructor.
Examines leadership related to implementation of educational technology in education. Theory, knowledge, and skills necessary to use, evaluate, plan, and implement technologies in education system. Examines broader issues including security and cyber ethics.
Prerequisite: Either ETEC 110, 411, 444 or consent of instructor.
Critical use, analysis and evaluation of computer applications of computer technologies for accessibility and usability for populations with diverse needs. Terminology, design principles, and applications of accessible technologies. Legal and ethical issues in developing or adopting accessible electronic and information technologies.
Letter grade only (A-F).
Prerequisites: Either ETEC 411, 444, equivalent experience satisfying the California Level I computer technology standard, or consent of instructor.
Survey of educational applications across the Internet; characteristics of teaching and learning mediated through the Internet; analysis and design of Internet-based learning activities; design and development of online courses; implementation, management, and administration of online learning.
(Seminar 2 hours, Laboratory 2 hours)
Prerequisites: ETEC 523 or equivalent experience satisfying the California Level II computer technology standard.
Principles of instructional design emphasis on designing effective teaching strategies with educational technology. Theories and models to plan, create, evaluate and refine learner-centered educational activities.
Letter grade only (A-F).
Prerequisite: ETEC 523 or consent of instructor.
Introduction to e-learning design and development, including project management, instructional analyses and strategies, software selection, and evaluation. Interactive multimedia development applications, processes, and principles. Design and production of technology-enhanced instruction.
Letter grade only (A-F). (Seminar 2 hours, Laboratory 2 hours)
Prerequisites: ETEC 523 and either ETEC 530, EDP 520 or 595.
Students investigate and experience occupation or environment utilizing a form of educational technology. Under instructor guidance, students perform 90 field experience hours in educational technology environment. Instructor approval required for site selection.
Letter grading only (A-F).
Prerequisites: ETEC 523, 553.
Discussion, demonstration, and hands-on experience toward development of technology-based interactive learning programs. Concepts of technology-based instructional design. Authoring tools for creating simulations, educational games, and interactive assessment tools.
(Seminar 2 hours, laboratory 2 hours)
Prerequisites: Successful completion of all required course work for the Master of Arts in Education, Option in Educational Technology.
Studies in educational technology including reviews of literature, critique of educational technology research, and systematic development and evaluation of areas of students' prior work.
For qualified candidates preparing for the comprehensive examination. Application for enrollment must be made by March 1 for summer session or fall semester or by October 1 for spring semester. Letter grade only (A-F). May be repeated to mximum of 6 units.